The cast for of “Friends” (L-R) Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courtney Cox, Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow. Image: Courtesy of Warner Bros TV via AFP Relaxnews The “Friends” production team announced that they have finally finished filming for the much-awaited special reunion, after initial delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “That’s a wrap! Could we BE any more excited!? Friends: The Reunion is coming,” the official Instagram account for the hit 1990s TV show stated in a post today, April 11. The announcement came with a photo of the special’s poster and what appears to be the set for the show. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Friends (@friends) “Friends: The Reunion” resumed filming last week in Los Angeles, California, as David Schwimmer confirmed during an interview with “The Graham Norton Show” last April 2. “We’re not in character so we’re all ourselves, the real people. But there ... » Learn More about ‘Friends’ reunion finishes filming, says production team
Emilia Clarke in “Game of Thrones.” Image: HBO LOS ANGELES — HBO has announced the launch of The Iron Anniversary, a month-long celebration to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the series premiere of “Game of Thrones.” Included in the celebration are an interactive “Game of Thrones” spotlight page on HBO Max (which is live now), as well as a “Game of Thrones” “MaraThrone” of all episodes of season 1. Additionally, Warner Bros. Consumer Products is releasing a new line, including a one-of-a-kind Imperial egg by Faberge, a range of Mikkeller beers inspired by the series and an assortment of iron-textured Funko Pop figures. The “Game of Thrones” spotlight page on the WarnerMedia streamer will feature a broad introduction to the world and characters for new viewers, as well as spoiler-laden curations featuring Easter eggs for die-hard fans. Also, subscribers will be able to stream over 150 videos of cast interviews, behind-the-scenes extras, clips and trailers. The “Game of ... » Learn More about ‘Game of Thrones’ at 10: HBO sets month-long Iron Anniversary plans
KUALA LUMPUR: Solar enthusiasts are jumping on the bandwagon to promote the renewable energy (RE) source, harping that it is freely available and more cost-effective. But is this true? And is too much solar a good thing? Let’s explore this further. Solar is available only during the day, thus you still need to cater for energy during the night. This will normally be provided by other conventional plants (i.e coal, gas and hydro). This means that conventional plants are still needed even though solar is introduced into the system. Alternatively, battery can also be used to store some of the solar energy for the night. However, this comes as an additional cost. Battery technology is still new and expensive with a current price tag of RM5000/kW, compared with RM3000/kW for the typical cost of a gas plant. Not only are batteries for the power system costly, they can only be used for a limited time, depending on their type and design. A 100MW solar plant is not equivalent to a ... » Learn More about Solar in Malaysia – Challenges, and too much of a good thing?