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Matt Reeves officially set to direct 'The Batman'

The Batman has officially landed its new director.

Warner Bros. announced Thursday that Matt Reeves (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Cloverfield) will helm the Caped Crusader’s next solo outing. 195 more words


'The Batman': Plans for Matt Reeves to direct come to a halt

Just one week after The Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves landed an offer to direct The Batman from a script by Ben Affleck, Geoff Johns, and a recent polish by Chris Terrio, negotiations have stalled. 207 more words


Ricky Gervais Compares Donald Trump to His Office Character David Brent: 'They're Both Idiot Narcissists!'

Ricky Gervais believes “there’s a little David Brent in all of us.”

The creator of the beloved British sitcom The Office sees need for love, popularity and validation all over the world — but 15 years after Brent made his debut on  452 more words


SITCC team participates in ACCT Olympics

The Association for Challenge Course Technology held their 27th Annual Convention in Savannah, GA February 1-4, 2017.

ACCT is the world’s leading and largest American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Accredited Standards Developer focused specifically and solely on the challenge course industry. 190 more words

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Matt Reeves in talks to take over 'Batman' directing duties from Ben Affleck

The Batman appears to have found a new director in Matt Reeves.

The filmmaker behind Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Cloverfield is in early talks to helm Warner Bros’. 167 more words


High school football playoffs: The end of an era

In the February edition of the Georgia High School Association’s newsletter, the organization’s  Executive Director reflected fondly upon the state’s high school football playoffs’ tenure at the Georgia Dome. 158 more words

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David Brent, Rock Star Influencer? Ricky Gervais on The Office Favorite's 'Last Attempt to Be Famous'

Thirteen years have passed since David Brent graced small screens, and now The Office‘s resident king of cringe is back with a musical odyssey:  360 more words