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Birdman Director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Bardo Gets A New Trailer, And 22 Minutes Shaved Off Its Runtime

Alejandro González Iñárritu’s upcoming film Bardo just received a new trailer, and a confirmation that it’s shaving 22 minutes of its run time.

Netflix shared the trailer for the Birdman director’s next film, the full title being Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths, which is set to release in select theaters November 4, and joining the subscription service December 16. As reported by IndieWire, the film has also had a pretty big change too–it’s now 22 minutes shorter, bringing it to two hours and 32 minutes in length, without credits.

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From director Alejandro G. Iñárritu comes BARDO, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths. In select theaters November 4 and on Netflix December 16. pic.twitter.com/xdoQqaU2Vq

— Netflix (@netflix) September 22, 2022

According to IndieWire, Iñárritu made the decision to shorten the film following screenings of it at the Venice Film Festival and Telluride. “The first time I saw my film was with 2,000 people in Venice,” the director told IndieWire. “That was a nice opportunity to see it and learn about things that could benefit from being tied up a bit, add one scene that never arrived on time, and move the order of one or two things. Little by little, I tightened it, and I am very excited about it.”

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Everything going on with Overwatch 2’s messy launch, 2025’s Call of Duty might have been revealed, as well as the next Need for Speed.

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Keanu Reeves Wants To Direct Netflix’s BRZRKR Film

In addition to acting in movies and video games, Keanu Reeves keeps busy with other ventures, including co-writing a comic book called BRZRKR. Netflix is turning the comic book into a film and animated series, and Reeves recently told Collider that he may want to helm the movie himself.

“I know how it’s a lot of work, but the film that I directed, Man of Tai Chi, was born, I became the director because I was part of the writing process, and I didn’t want to hand it over,” Reeves said. “I was like, oh, okay, I have to direct this. I’m not quite there yet on BRZRKR. I have to read the script, but I’m also interested in having a collaborator and what they could bring to it.”

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The likelihood of Reeves directing the film seems fairly low even to the actor himself, who says there’s a 33% chance he’ll end up as director. Screenwriter Mattson Tomlin tweeted last week that he’d finished the first draft of the script Reeves referred to in the above quote. Tomlin is also working on a Terminator animated series and, most recently, the script for The Batman 2.

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Overwatch 2 – Kiriko Hero Guide

Overwatch 2 is now here, bringing a massive update to the hero shooter. New modes, a new battle pass, and new heroes headline the new game, including a brand-new healer character, Kiriko. While owners of the original Overwatch will have instant access to Kiriko, new players will have to play to earn her, along with some of the original roster, or unlock her instantly by buying the premium battle pass. Here’s everything you need to know about the new healer, Kiriko.

Kiriko overview

Kiriko is a fast-moving healer with a high ceiling. She can continuously heal her teammates with primary fire, the Healing Ofuda. This sends out paper talismans that track down the teammates you are aiming at when firing them. These Ofuda don’t move particularly fast, but Kiriko’s kit is designed around sticking in the firefight, near your teammates. Her abilities give her the chance to move around a ton to avoid being taken down and while her secondary fire, the Kunai, doesn’t provide as much damage as some other healers, its quick fire and reload speed makes it handy enough to take down an enemy that gets too close.

Kiriko’s abilities

Healing Ofuda: Channel a burst of healing talismans that can seek targeted allies.

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