Fortnite Season 8 Teasers Hint At Pirate Theme

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Epic Games has dropped some Fortnite teasers indicating what awaits us in Season 8, and it appears a pirate theme is preparing to wash ashore. Both teasers pair poems about buried treasure and seafaring threats with spooky pirate imagery.

The first teaser references "X marks the spot" and treasure, with an image of a hook. The second has an image of a snake, and warns you to beware "those who arrive on the waves." The teasers are counting down days until Season 8 launches, which will be on Thursday, February 28.

Given the poems, it seems likely that the players will be able to hunt for loot in buried treasure form, and there may be some form of AI opponent arriving on ships. New teasers are dropping every day so we may see more specific hints as time goes on.

Fortnite: New Season 8 Teaser Hints At Pirate Theme

about X hours ago from

Epic Games has dropped some Fortnite teasers indicating what awaits us in Season 8, and it appears a pirate theme is preparing to wash ashore. Both teasers pair poems about buried treasure and seafaring threats with spooky pirate imagery.

The first teaser references "X marks the spot" and treasure, with an image of a hook. The second has an image of a snake, and warns you to beware "those who arrive on the waves." The teasers are counting down days until Season 8 launches, which will be on Thursday, February 28.

Given the poems, it seems likely that the players will be able to hunt for loot in buried treasure form, and there may be some form of AI opponent arriving on ships. New teasers are dropping every day so we may see more specific hints as time goes on.

Fortnite: New Season 8 Teaser Hints At A Pirate Theme

about X hours ago from

Epic Games has dropped some Fortnite teasers indicating what awaits us in Season 8, and it appears a pirate theme is preparing to wash ashore. Both teasers pair poems about buried treasure and seafaring threats with spooky pirate imagery.

The first teaser references "X marks the spot" and treasure, with an image of a hook. The second has an image of a snake, and warns you to beware "those who arrive on the waves." The teasers are counting down days until Season 8 launches, which will be on Thursday, February 28.

Given the poems, it seems likely that the players will be able to hunt for loot in buried treasure form, and there may be some form of AI opponent arriving on ships. New teasers are dropping every day so we may see more specific hints as time goes on.

The Irishman Teaser Trailer Reveals Lines From Martin Scorsese's Next Mobster Movie (But No Footage)

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As part of the 91st Academy Awards broadcast tonight, Netflix released the first teaser trailer for its upcoming mobster movie The Irishman from Martin Scorsese. It doesn't contain any footage, sadly, but we hear the voices of some of the characters, including Robert de Niro.

De Niro plays Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran, who supposedly had links to the mob and the killing of union boss Jimmy Hoffa in the '70s. Al Pacino will play Hoffa. The movie also stars Anna Paquin, Ray Romano, Joe Pesci, and Harvey Keitel. It's based on the Charles Brandt book "I Hear You Paint Houses."

Scorsese is a Hollywood legend who is known for his mobster movies. He won an Oscar for the Boston mafia movie The Departed, while he is also known for Goodfellas, Casino, Gangs of New York, and Mean Streets.

Game Of Thrones Season 8 Footage Shows New Arrivals In Winterfell

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With Game of Thrones Season 8's April 14 release date quickly approaching, HBO has released some new footage just in time for the 2019 Oscars. The footage came in a larger video full of clips from various of the premium cable network's upcoming shows, including Big Little Lies Season 2, Barry Season 2, Watchmen, and more.

The video opens with a shot of ravens flying around the top of the Wall, which isn't anything to write home about. But if you skip ahead to around 48 seconds in, you'll see what's really exciting in the new footage: some recent arrivals at Winterfell.

Check out the video below:

Black Panther Wins Marvel Studios' First Oscars Ever

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It didn't take long for Black Panther to make an impact at the Academy Awards, snagging two Oscars early in the evening--one for Best Costume Design and the other for Best Production Design. In all, the Marvel Cinematic Universe film has been nominated for 7 Oscars.

Upon accepting her award for Best Costume Design, Ruth Carter was quick to give thanks to Spike Lee for giving her her start in 1988's School Daze, which he directed. She also gave thanks to Marvel for creating Black Panther in the first place, saying, "Marvel may have created the first black superhero, but through costume design, we turned him into an African king."

"Thank you to the Academy, thank you for honoring African royalty and the empowered way women can look and lead on-screen," she continued. This was Carter's first Oscar and also sees her making history as the first black person to win an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. "This has been a long time coming," she joked.

New Game Of Thrones Season 8 Footage: Guess What Arya's Gazing At?

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With Game of Thrones Season 8's April 14 release date quickly approaching, HBO has released some new footage just in time for the 2019 Oscars. The footage came in a larger video full of clips from various of the premium cable network's upcoming shows, including Big Little Lies Season 2, Barry Season 2, Watchmen, and more.

The video opens with a shot of ravens flying around the top of the Wall, which isn't anything to write home about. But if you skip ahead to around 48 seconds in, you'll see what's really exciting in the new footage: some recent arrivals at Winterfell.

Check out the video above.

Black Panther Wins Three Oscars For Marvel Studios

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It didn't take long for Black Panther to make an impact at the Academy Awards, snagging two Oscars early in the evening--one for Best Costume Design and the other for Best Production Design--and not stopping there. In all, the Marvel Cinematic Universe film has been nominated for 7 Oscars.

Upon accepting her award for Best Costume Design, Ruth Carter was quick to give thanks to Spike Lee for giving her her start in 1988's School Daze, which he directed. She also gave thanks to Marvel for creating Black Panther in the first place, saying, "Marvel may have created the first black superhero, but through costume design, we turned him into an African king."

"Thank you to the Academy, thank you for honoring African royalty and the empowered way women can look and lead on-screen," she continued. This was Carter's first Oscar and also sees her making history as the first black person to win an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. "This has been a long time coming," she joked.

All The Oscar Winners Revealed Here

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The 91st Academy Awards are airing right now, and it'll be a long night full of awards, speeches, and other memorable events. Here in this post we're rounding up all the winners, including the highly coveted Best Picture that will be revealed at the end of the night.

Below you can see a list of the Oscars categories and nominees. The winners will be put in bold, so keep checking back with GameSpot throughout the evening to see all the winners. And for lots, lots more on the 91st Academy Awards, head to GameSpot sister site ET.

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All The Oscar Winners Revealed; Green Book Wins Best Picture

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The 91st Academy Awards were held this evening, and Green Book took home the overall award for Best Picture. The movie stars House of Cards actor Mahershala Ali as jazz pianist Don Shirley and Lord of the Rings star Viggo Mortensen as his driver and bodyguard Tony Vallelonga in the Deep South. The film was directed by Peter Farrelly, who is one of the Farrelly brothers behind Dumb & Dumber, Shallow Hal, Me, Myself, And Irene, and There's Something About Mary.

Ali also won Best Supporting Actor for his role in Green Book, while Farrelly, Brian Currie, and Nick Vallelonga (the son of Tony Vallelonga) won for best Original Screenplay.

Below you can see a list of the Oscars categories and nominees. The winners are in bold. And for lots, lots more on the 91st Academy Awards, head to GameSpot sister site ET.