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Entertainment 21 movies that millennials love are turning 20 this year, and get ready to feel really old

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'Fast 9' director says 'never say never' to a potential 'Fast and the Furious' and 'Jurassic World' crossover movie

  'Fast 9' director says 'never say never' to a potential 'Fast and the Furious' and 'Jurassic World' crossover movie Director Justin Lin told press during a conference for "F9" that he never likes to be boxed in. Star Michelle Rodriguez said she's already all in.During a press conference for the next installment, "Fast 9," the cast and director were asked if there could ever be a "Fast and Furious" and "Jurassic World" crossover movie since they're both Universal Pictures properties.

a person that is on fire: Mass Effect 3 de EA ahora disponible en PlayStation Now. © PlayStation

Mass Effect 3 de EA ahora disponible en PlayStation Now.

A decade or so ago, Mass Effect inspired a whole generation of gamers. Players got to help shape a galaxy-size narrative through the choices they made while playing. Then Mass Effect 3 wrapped up the trilogy in a firestorm of controversy. The ripple effects of that moment are still being felt today, and well beyond the gaming community.

But it's not all bad. There's enough rosy nostalgia for the Mass Effect universe -- CNET's Sean Keane calls it "the video game equivalent of the original Star Wars trilogy" -- that the games' makers have just come out with a remastered collection that includes the three games and pretty much all the downloadable content. Yes, they've upped their game.

Oscar Movies Brad Pitt Has Produced Over the Years — from Minari to Moonlight

  Oscar Movies Brad Pitt Has Produced Over the Years — from Minari to Moonlight The actor and producer has had a hand in many Oscar-winning movies , and his commitment to diversifying Hollywood didn't just start with Minari. The Fight Club actor has a total of 60 producing credits to his name, including Vice (2018), The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019) and Bong Joon-ho's Okja (2017). Here are some of the award-winning movies Pitt has helped bring to the screen.

Those are just two of the in-depth features and thought-provoking commentaries that appeared on CNET this week. So here you go. These are the stories you don't want to miss:

Mass Effect's ending changed the internet for the worse, and we're still trying to recover

Commentary: The conclusion to the Mass Effect trilogy was the catalyst for a type of online outrage that's grown ever stronger during the last decade.

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The Chromebook at 10: How these stripped-down computers went mainstream

In honor of the Chromebook's 10th anniversary, see how this "browser in a box" went from uninspired in 2011 to required in 2021.

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Being James Bond: How 007 movies got me into intelligence work

Growing up, I lived for James Bond and secret agents. Before I knew it, I was tiptoeing into the world of spies in the thick of the Cold War.

Chicken coops for everyone: A rural chain is thriving as millennials flee cities

  Chicken coops for everyone: A rural chain is thriving as millennials flee cities If you're one of those millennials who moved to a rural or suburban area during the pandemic, it's practically a requirement that you pick up gardening tools at the very least, or maybe even some animal feed or a chicken coop. © Jonathan Weiss/Shutterstock Whitestown - Circa March 2021: Tractor Supply Company Retail Location. Tractor Supply is Listed on the NASDAQ under TSCO. One of the beneficiaries of that -- besides, of course, the chickens -- is Tractor Supply Co., a chain popular in those areas, which says it's seen significant sales growth over the past year.

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QAnon channels are deleting their own YouTube videos to evade punishment

YouTube has banned almost 40 channels that use the tactic. Disinformation experts say they haven't seen the ploy used before.

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Swamp Motel's internet scavenger hunts are the most fun I've had all pandemic

Bored by Netflix? Done with Zoom quizzes? Try Swamp Motel's immersive theatrical mysteries instead.

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How the homework gap may actually be the key to solving the digital divide

Schools across the country during the past year of distance learning have discovered who has access to broadband and who doesn't.

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Come to the deepfake cabaret, where AI drag performers come to play

Fun, mischief, humor and performance throw big questions about AI ethics into the limelight.

Aubrey Plaza Marries Longtime Love Jeff Baena: 'My Darling Husband'

  Aubrey Plaza Marries Longtime Love Jeff Baena: 'My Darling Husband' Aubrey Plaza and Jeff Baena have been together since 2011 and often work together

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The tiny details that make giant video game worlds believable

Even if you're just there to kick ogres, an underlying foundation of lore holds it all together.

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Mass Effect: Legendary Edition remasters your 2007 nostalgia beautifully

Commentary: The remastered trilogy collection simultaneously makes you wistful for a bygone era and gets you hyped for the beloved sci-fi series' future.

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‘Army of the Dead’ and Life After Superhero Movies .
With Army of the Dead now out on Netflix, Zack Snyder manages to escape Metropolis — and the superhero genre as a whole — by returning to his undead roots as a filmmaker… and launching a brand new franchise all of his own in the process. When it comes to ways to leave the superhero […]When viewed through the lens of Snyder’s career to date, Army of the Dead feels at once a regrouping and a step forward for the filmmaker: it returns him to the subject matter of his 2004 debut Dawn of the Dead — written, as it happens, by Guardians of the Galaxy and The Suicide Squad’s James Gunn — but approached in a style and scope, in both production and casting choices, that reflect what he’s been up to in the past few yea

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