Walt Disney Animation announces new projects with four directors, including Blindspotting's Carlos López Estrada
Carlos López Estrada and Suzi Yoonessi alongside Disney veterans Josie Trinidad and Marc Smith will create original content for the studio.
Natalie Portman-starrer Lucy in the Sky will clash at the box office with Todd Phillip's DC movie Joker as well as Pedro Almodovar’s Pain and Glory.
Legion season 3 first look: Dan Stevens leads his own cult in final instalment of X-Men spin-off series
Legion also stars Harry Lloyd, Aubrey Plaza, Bill Irwin, Jeremie Harris, Amber Midthunder and Katie Aselton.
Legion season 3 teaser: X-Men spin-off series teases time-travel, introduces Charles Xavier aka Professor X
The third and final season of Legion will premiere on FX on 24 June
Lucy in the Sky trailer: Natalie Portman's astronaut loses touch with reality in Noah Hawley's directorial debut
Lucy in the Sky has been directed by Noah Hawley, who has helmed shows like Fargo and Legion.
The Legion Y530 has been designed with care and features an unexpected friendliness of design.
Jon Hamm to star opposite Natalie Portman in Fargo creator Noah Hawley's astronaut drama Pale Blue Dot
Pale Blue Dot follows a married astronaut (Portman) who returns to Earth after a mission and begins an affair with a fellow astronaut (Hamm).
Established gaming brands already sell capable gaming laptops. What is Lenovo offering that can set it apart? That’s exactly what I intend to find out.
Lenovo has just announced its new gaming brand Legion for the Indian market.
Zack Snyder would do well to watch season 1 of Marvel's Legion, and take copious notes.
Anonymous has publicly proclaimed that Donald Trump will regret the next 4 years in office, that they will expose all his dirty secrets.
India's cyber security issues can be fixed, but it will require a determined and focus approach: ex-CEO of NIXI
If a bunch of kids can breach India’s government servers and facilities, what defence do we have against a state-sponsored attack?
Hacking group Legion claims tht it has hacked into emails of 74,000 chartered accountants across India, private institutions and banks
Legion, the hacker group that recently set about wreaking havoc on high-profile Twitter accounts and mocking the security of India’s banking system, has just released email ids and passwords belonging to over 74,000 chartered accountants in India.
In a world where knowledge is power, it’s best to avoid giving out information willy-nilly.
Legion hacker group: India's IT Minister calls for complete audit of India's IT and banking infrastructure
India's IT Act is over 16 years old and archaic in a modern world. Our banking and IT infrastructure is also il-equipped to deal with cyber security threats
Legion is merely pointing out the holes in the system that would allow threat actors and malicious agents to compromise the data of people.
Think hacker and you’ll think Anonymous. It is but natural, given the name that this hacktivist network has made for itself in the past. However, it’s important to note that not all hackers/hacktivists are associated with Anonymous.
Legion did not go into specifics of how they got their hands on the information or the email dumps but they did point out that the group has root access to a lot of servers across the country.
One can be tempted to bracket the hacking done by Legion as a sign of the dystopian times that we live in. There are enough straws to indicate that: a group of renegades dabbling in weed, smoke and mirrors, security codes and a naïve sense of superiority.