news culture Deadpool 3: the return of a star expected by movie fans
Published on September 28, 2022 at 19:20
In the daily program for September 28, we will start with NASA and an asteroid. We’ll continue with this night’s big announcement: the official premiere of Deadpool 3, and end with the very first NFT game to hit the Epic Game Store. Every day, let’s go!
Wolverine is back in Deadpool 3!
Deadpool returns to the movies with Deadpool 3 and surprises guest star Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. The actor hasn’t taken on the role since 2017, and the two actors haven’t worked together since 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine, where Ryan Reynolds accurately played Deadpool. At the production we find Shawn Levy, director of Night at the Museum 1 and 2. At the moment, the film is scheduled for a long time, no earlier than September 4, 2024.
NASA Avoids Armageddon ‘Don’t Look Up’
As you already know, 66 million years ago, an asteroid destroyed 75% of life on Earth, putting an end to the existence of dinosaurs. So to make sure this doesn’t happen again, NASA and other space agencies are working on multiple scenarios. A DART mission appeared this week, the goal of which was to send a satellite to crash into an asteroid at 22,000 km/h. Images of the impact were broadcast live by the agency on September 26, 2022. The results of the mission for now remain inferred and unobserved, it will take several days, even several weeks, to restore the data and results.
First NFT game released on Epic Game Store
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are elements that are similar to any other microtransactions in a video game and are unique. The system behind the brand new game recently released on the Epic Game Store: Blankos Bloc Party. The goal is to play to win and invest to win the best. This game isn’t new, as we’ve already seen some snippets of it back in 2020, but before any trace of NFTs, it was added later. This is rather ironic considering that the CEO of Epic Games was not an NFT fan a year ago. The Epic Game Store platform points out in passing that it does not encourage the buying or selling of cryptocurrencies and digital items, but is nevertheless opening up this new category with the release of Blankos.