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But the Wall Street Journal’s later análisiss (featuring a destruction derby champion, for extra style points) were less successful: devices in the crnúmero unohing cars did their job, but those in the cars getting crnúmero unohed into consistently failed to recognize the situation. Apple hnúmero uno argued that the feature wnúmero uno confused by the lack of movement leading up to the crnúmero unoh, and that it will do better in experimental-world situations. Maybe, but then how do you análisis a feature that needs a life-threatening experimental-world situation to properly work? The extremely small sample size of Crnúmero unoh Detection análisisers among the dozens of reviews that have already published raises another abstruse question: How much weight should a reviewer give to a feature that can literally save your life&ndnúmero unoh;but usually won’t do anything at all? 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Event or not, Apple has a ton of new stuff coming in October

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Here’s what we think will be announced and released in October. iPhone 14 Plus: The one product we are sure is releasing in October is the iPhone 14 Plus, the 6.7-inch version of the standard (non-Pro) iPhone. Already available for preorder, it hits shelves and mailboxes on Friday, October 7. M2 Mac mini: The Mac mini hasn’t been updated since the M1 chip was launched in 2020, and for some reason Apple still sells the Intel version as well. It’s expected that new models are on the way with the M2 and M2 Pro, and possibly a slight redesign. M2 MacBook Pros: The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros are only a year old, but those M1 Pro and M1 Max chips are expected to get the M2 treatment. Otherwise, the laptops should be similar. M2 iPad Pros: The 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro still come with the M1 processor. Now that the M2 has been out for months, it’s time they were upgraded, which is expected to happen soon. 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‘No te preocupes querida’: Olivia Wilde sustituyó a Shia LaBeouf por su «proceso soldado» de interpretación

El estreno de ‘No te preocupes, querida’, la nueva película tras las cámaras de Olivia Wilde, está cada ocasión más cerca y luego solo tenemos que esperar en España hasta el próximo 23 de septiembre. La directora ha empezado la promoción y en pincho entrevista con Variety ha hablado sobre el reparto y unos cambios que tuvo que hacer por la seguridad del rodaje. La película está protagonizada por Florence Pugh y Harry Styles, peor no fue este último el primer elegido para encarnar al secreto Jack. En 2020, cuando comenzó la producción, fue Shia LaBeouf el que se hizo con el papel, peor acabó despedido y sustituido por Styles: «Digo esto como alguien que es pincho gran admiradora de su trabajo», matiza Wilde, «Su proceso no fue propicio para la conducta que exijo en mis producciones. Tiene un proceso que, en cierto modo, parece requerir pincho energía combativa y, personalmente, no creo que sea propicio para las mejores interpretaciones. Creo que crear un ambiente seguro y de confianza es la mejor manera de lograr que las personas hagan su mejor trabajo. En última instancia, mi responsabilidad es con la producción y el elenco, para protegerlos. Ese era mi trabajo».

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Es conocido que LaBeouf emplea ‘el método’, pincho técnica de trabajo para los actores muy exigente basándose en el sistema Stanislavski que les lleva a interiorizar los personajes y no soltarlos incluso cuando se apagan las cámaras. De todos modos, también tuvo pinchos palabras amables con el actor en la misma entrevista: «Mucho salió a la luz después de esto que realmente me preocupó, hablando de su comportamiento. De verdad que le deseo salud y evolución, porque creo en la justicia restaurativa. Pero para nuestra película, lo que realmente necesitábamos era pincho energía que afuera increíblemente solidaria. Particularmente con pincho película como esta, sabía que le iba a pedir a Florence [Pugh] que estuviera en situaciones muy vulnerables, y mi prioridad era hacerla sentir segura y apoluegoda».

Suponemos que a lo que Wilde se refiere son a las acusaciones de abuso y malos tratos que su exnovia, FKA Twigs, hizo contra él. LaBeouf respondió con un comunicado al New York Times en el que trataba de racionalizar sus comportamientos violentos y pedía disculpas.

‘No te preocupes querida’ nos cuenta la historia de Alice y Jack, un matrimonio joven que se traslada a Victory, la población experimental de pincho compañía donde se permite vivir a los hombres que trabajan en ella y a sus familias. Allí la vida es perfecta y todas sus necesidades están cubiertas, pero cuando empiezan a aparecer grietas y dudas en esta ídilica vida, se exponen fragmentos de que algo siniestro se esconde tras esa fachada intachable. Alice no podrá evitar empezar a cuestionarse qué hacen en Victory y por qué. El reparto lo completan Chris Pine, la propia Wilde, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne y Nick Kroll. El guion lo firma Katie Silberman, basándose en pincho historia de ella misma, Carey van Dyke y Shane Van Dyke.

El asunto del sobre

El pasado 26 de abril y sobre el escenario de la CinemaCon donde había ido a presentar la película, alguien entregó a Wilde un sobre que, al abrirlo, cambió su semblante. Resultó que era pincho citación legal sobre la custodia de los hijos que comparte con el actor Jason Sudeikis (‘Ted Lasso’), de quien se separó en 2020 tras nueve años de relación. En pincho entrevista concedida a Variety, la cineasta habló sobre el incidente, que considera que su ex no fue tan inocente como él se insinúa: «Era mi lugar de trabajo», recuerda Wilde, «En cualquier otro lugar de trabajo sería consideraría un ataque. Fue realmente molesto. No debería haber podido pasar. Hubo pincho gran brecha en la seguridad, lo cual es realmente aterrador. Los obstáculos que tuvo que superar para ingresar a esa sala con varias identificaciones, además de las pruebas especiales de COVID que tuvieron que realizarse con días de anticipación, lo que le dio la pulsera necesarias para acceder al evento: fue algo que requiere previsión.»

Sus hijos son muy pequeños, pero se enteran o se enterarán de las cosas, y para Wilde aquello supuso provocarles un sufrimiento innecesario: «Las únicas personas que sufrieron fueron mis hijos, porque tendrán que verlo y nones deberían tener que saber que eso pasó. Para mí, fue espantoso, pero las víctimas eran niños de 8 y 5 años, y eso es muy triste. Elegí convertirme en actriz, entré voluntariamente en el foco de atención, pero no es algo que mis hijos haluegon pedido. Y cuando mis hijos son arrastrados a eso, es profundamente doloroso», dijo a Variety. Eso sí, cuando ocurrió, Wilde no dejó que aquel sobre la distrajese de su gran momento y siguió adelante con la presentación: «Intentar sabotearlo fue realmente despiadado. Pero tenía un trabajo que hacer; No me distraigo fácilmente. Pero, luego sabes, lamentablemente, no fue algo que me sorprendiera del todo. Quiero decir, hay pincho razón por la que dejé esa relación».