The image of Phoenix’s Joker dancing on those stairs has been a meme since the internet first laid eyes on it, which was in April, when the bit was used for promotional materials like the Joker movie’s poster and trailer.
Also, audiences seem to really like Joaquin Phoenix's Joker and Kristen Stewart would like to play a gay superhero.In news that is likely more surprising than It Chapter Two's box office take, Joker—the new origin story film about Batman's nemesis—won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival this past weekend.
Google's New Gaming Service, Election Security, and More News. Google is taking preorders for its wireless gaming service, a new report shows our elections could be in trouble, and Dark Phoenix apparently sucks. The new X-Men movie Dark Phoenix is apparently terrible.
Self-driving truck developer TuSimple is running a two-week pilot project with the US Postal Service, moving mail between Phoenix and Dallas. Alex Davies covers autonomous vehicles and other transportation machines for WIRED.Starting Tuesday, self-driving trucks built by startup TuSimple will haul trailers full of mail and packages all by themselves.
Uber's Underwhelming IPO, Lyft Earnings and More Car News This Week. The New York Stock Exchange Friday, when Uber shares began trading. But the company also wants you to know that soon, 10 or so Waymo self-driving vehicles will operate on its ride-hail platform in Phoenix.
That box office total will only get bigger once Avengers: Endgame arrives in theaters on Friday, but that’s just one of the highly-anticipated comic book movies hitting the big screen in 2019: Dark Phoenix , Spider-Man: Far From Home , and Joker are all coming for your hard-earned money this year, too.
The 25 Movies We Already Can’t Wait to See in 2019 By the time X-Men showdown Dark Phoenix comes out in June, theaters will have shown a glut of genre fare that ranges from manga adaptation Alita: Battle Angel to Jordan Peele's horror flick Us. It's gonna be a fun year.
“In many ways, Phoenix is the perfect place for us to get started: It’s got wide but complex roads, and it’s a large city with sprawling suburbs that give us a lot of room for growth,” says Dan Chu, who oversees product at the self-driving car company.
For Khosrowshahi to grow Uber into a company that is worth the figure at which it is valued, and can make good on its promise to be the de facto transportation application, for bikes, buses, scooters, and any other here-to-there alternative, he will need to confront some significant challenges in the year to come:Khosrowshahi has cleaned up the company’s culture and addressed some of its emergencies, but Uber is far from the market leader it was two years ago.Self-driving technology: After a fatal crash in March, Uber paused its self-driving program, and shuttered its Phoenix testing site, before resuming driving in manual mode (with human drivers) on public streets in Pittsburgh in mid-July.