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Resident Evil fans can interact with Red Queen character via new AI technology
In anticipation of the worldwide release of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) is teaming up with artificial intelligence (AI) agency IV. AI to bring the world’s first movie character powered by true AI to social media platforms with the #ChallengeTheRedQueen Messenger Experience.
As the experience launches today, Facebook users can match wits against The Red Queen by messaging the Facebook user The Red Queen on Facebook Messenger. In Russia, the feature will be available on Telegram.
True to the character that fans know and love, the Red Queen’s dismissive attitude has been embedded in the personality profile of the experience using AI, so that the audience can have genuine interaction with the character.
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In the experience, The Red Queen AI challenges fans of the franchise to test their Resident Evil knowledge and share their accomplishments.
White Men Can’t Jump remake in development
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kenya Barris — creator of ABC’s hit comedy Black-ish — will write and produce a White Men Can’t Jump remake of 20th Century Fox‘s hit comedy.
Barris will be joined as a producer by Los Angeles Clippers player Blake Griffin and Ryan Kalil of the NFL’s Carolina Panthers under their Mortal Media banner alongside partner Noah Weinstein.
The original 1992 film starred Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson as a pair of street basketball hustlers, and Rosie Perez as the latter’s girlfriend. Directed by sports enthusiast Ron Shelton (Bull Durham, Tin Cup), it was a sleeper hit upon release,grossing over $90 million worldwide.
Barris is also at work on a new Shaft remake, while the Mortal Media partners are currently developing a Rocketeer reboot with a black female lead for Disney.
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The Story of God with Morgan Freeman is back on National Geographic Channel with three new episodes
When it comes to mankind’s greatest existential questions, it’s safe to say that there are no easy answers. That fact proved little obstacle for the first season of National Geographic Channel‘s The Story of God with Morgan Freeman. Over the course of six episodes, Freeman traveled the globe in search of an understanding of man’s theological motives, focused through specific topics and backed by firsthand conversations with all sorts of unique individuals.
Now, as The Story of God launches its second season, Freeman joins longtime producing partner Lori McCreary and fellow EP James Younger for a quick conversation with ComingSoon.net about how The Story of God came to be and about what will be explored over the course of three season two episodes.
ComingSoon.net: How did you three come together for the show in the first place?
Morgan Freeman: We were in Hagia Sophia, looking up on the walls where there were these frescoes.