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Why you should add 'Macbeth' to Up Next queue

Cult of Mac Today
I’m really looking forward to the upcoming Apple TV+ debut of The Tragedy of Macbeth, which looks incredible from the trailers.
Directed by solo Coen brother Joel, the cinematography alone looks amazing. Add to that a top-notch cast headed by Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand, and a screenplay by veteran scribe Will Shakespeare, and you have what looks like a winning mix.
“This adaptation is both expected and unexpected — in frequently thrilling ways,” writes our TV reviewer, Scout Tafoya.
Can’t wait.
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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Tweet o' the day
Michael Fisher
Turns out the thing I'm most sad about missing at #CES2022 is ... a car?

BMW wrapped an entire SUV in E Ink (yep, the same display technology that powers Kindles and other e-readers).

The result: change the color of your car with the push of a button. ⚪️➡️⚫️ https://t.co/vGVKJPyXw7 https://t.co/lNM22SD0ne
One more thing ...
“When you’re doing something for yourself, or your best friend or family, you’re not going to cheese out. If you don’t love something, you’re not going to go the extra mile, work the extra weekend, challenge the status quo as much.” – Steve Jobs
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