James Cameron's epic sci-fi movie "Avatar" will soon be followed by three more sequels, with "Avatar 2" scheduled to hit movie theaters by the year's end of 2016.
The action adventure science fiction epic Na'vi film, "Avatar," which grossed $2.7 billion in the box office, has scheduled a release of its first sequel, "Avatar 2" on December 2016, with two additional sequels planned for release in December 2017 and December 2018.
Three years after the first film, "Avatar 2" follows the lives of Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Zaldana) as they explore Polyphemus' other moons. Dr. Grace Augustine (Sigourney Weaver), whose human body died in the first film, will be making a return appearance in all three of the sequels. more >>
OnePlus has just announced it is launching a new device next month and it isn't a smartwatch or tablet.
Chinese smartphone company, OnePlus revealed it is unveiling new hardware in April but declined to name the device, saying it is neither another trending smartwatch or a tablet, creating a mystery as to which category the new gadget may belong.
The manufacturer's co-founder, Carl Pei, verified that OnePlus has put plans in motion to introduce their new product in the next few weeks, but begged off on naming it, choosing instead to leave people curious as to what the OnePlus One maker has in store. more >>
Three men have gotten married in what is reportedly the world's first three-way same-sex marriage in Thailand. Although Thailand doesn't officially recognize same-sex marriages, the trio claim that Buddhist law sanctions their union.
The Mirror and other sources reported that the wedding ceremony took place on Valentine's Day in February in Uthai Thani Province. The men were identified as Joke, 29, Bell, 21 and Art, 26.
According to the reports, Art and Joke began a romantic relationship in 2010 after meeting through business. more >>
U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was attacked Thursday morning by a knife-wielding man who slashed his face before being taken into custody by police in Seoul.
Lippert had to undergo surgery for knife wounds on his face and left arm, according to Robert Ogburn, minister-counselor for public affairs at the U.S. Embassy. He suffered a four-inch cut on the side of his face that required 80 stitches to close. Lippert also incurred injuries to his hand and arm while trying to defend himself. Doctors said that the injuries will require months to heal.
The attack occurred at a breakfast forum on Korean unification in Seoul; Kim Ki-Jong, 55, was taken into custody immediately after he slashed Lippert. Witnesses said that Kim yelled about reuniting North and South Korea while he lunged at Lippert. He's reportedly known to police for his political activism. In 2010, he was given a suspended sentence for throwing a rock at the Japanese ambassador to Seoul. more >>
Australian megachurch Hillsong will see the premiere of its first ever film, "Hillsong — Let Hope Rise," released in May following news that Relativity Studios will distribute the project.
On Wednesday, Matt Alvarez, who's overseeing the project for Relativity, the third-largest mini-major film studio in the world, said the studio is "excited" about the highly anticipated film. "Hillsong — Let Hope Rise" chronicles the journey of Australian worship band Hillsong United, which began in 1998 as a pastime for youth at church and has since grown into a global sensation.
"We are excited to share 'Hillsong — Let Hope Rise' with moviegoers across the United States. Chronicling this Christian band's humble beginnings to their present day worldwide ministry is truly remarkable and worthy of their story being told on the big screen," Alvarez said in a statement. more >>
A Canada-based Baptist church had the burden – not to evangelize, but to encourage, empower and equip Filipino pastors in their respective missions and ministries in the Philippines.
Solid Rock Baptist Church, a local and independent church in Alberta, Canada recently held its fourth Pastor's School conference last week from February 23-27 at the Tagaytay Mission Camp, in Tagaytay City, Philippines.
With the theme "Rebuild: We Are Not Retreating; We Are Building Lives," the conference addressed some issues that hinder Filipino Baptist churches from experiencing the power of God, and being used by God to carry out His plan. more >>