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  1. Who doesn't love a good mysterious Sarcophagus movie? Haven't we all seen 'The Mummy' and 'The Mummy Returns'? Well, at one point the movie did give us goosebumps and made for a great entertaining watch. The plot was simple, an archaeologist goes and digs a tomb that's not supposed to be found or for a reason has been kept away. But despite all the cues and indication, the team unveils the tomb unleashing the curse and putting all of mankind under threat. How interesting is that now? Well, something exactly like that happened in the past couple of days. A 9.8-foot-long black granite tomb was found in Alexandria City. The discovery of this mysterious sarcophagus has raised various eyebrows. Some are calling is a cursed mummy while some believe that Alexander the Great was buried there. © Twitter The Egyptian Council of Antiquities is celebrating this discovery but many are wondering what might be inside it, after all. The black tomb is said to be from the Egyptian Ptolemaic period, sometime between 350BC and 30BC. The thing has remained under the ground, away from the world for two millennia and many think that it should have remained this way. But the archaeologists certainly don't feel the same. © Twitter Twitter, of course, can't keep calm and is already saying how it's not cool to play with the ancient history. Some have linked it to the movie “The Mummy”. Taking the whole thing ahead was David Milner, editor at Gamer Informer Australia, who tweeted: “As a fan of Brendan Fraser's 'The Mummy', I say don't open the cursed sarcophagus. But as someone who saw Tom Cruise's 'The Mummy', I say do it. We deserve the horrors that await.” Netizens are getting creative again. Some are totally against opening it while some are all ready for the curse to unfold. Check out the hilarious Twitter reactions here: fucking do it. i'll do it. I'll lick the dang thing. who gives a shit. https://t.co/Fz5ikGJohM — Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) July 17, 2018 Finally, some good news. https://t.co/rZk22KouD9 — Sam Sykes (@SamSykesSwears) July 17, 2018 I, for one, welcome our new Zombie Mummy overlord. https://t.co/la53pcT40i — Ashley in Wonderland (@NotATadpole7) July 17, 2018 being eviscerated by an ancient spectral force would make more sense than most things that happen on a daily basis. i say open it up. https://t.co/q504KA81BG — brendon bigley (@brendonbigley) July 17, 2018 Egypt after opening that mysterious Black Sarcophagus pic.twitter.com/GQfIX2Tn0U — F.A.C. (@ROTLD_2) July 17, 2018 *sarcophagus opens* *evil spirit emerges* MWAHAHAHA FINALLY.. AFTER CENTURIES AT REST, I, SUTEKH, HAVE RETURNED TO UNLEASH CHAOS UNLIKE ANYTHING YOU'VE EVER SE... *looks around* ...did...did another unholy force beat me here? No? YOU guys did this? Wow.. well.. nice job I guess? — John Karalis ð¬ð· (@RedsArmy_John) July 17, 2018 (•_•) <) )â¯We're / (•_•) ( (> Gonna / (•_•) <) )> Dieeeee / https://t.co/XIKT7vC0Lk — Delaney Strunk (@delaknee) July 17, 2018 If Brendan Fraser isn't involved in this I give up on the internet. https://t.co/OQXdWsPRJT — Shockingly Right (@RightShockingly) July 18, 2018 "Oh goddammit. Can't a vampire motherf'er get some sleep up in this B?!" When they open this thing and unleash some insane plague, I'm gonna be REAL mad at somebody. https://t.co/3LMWU4nQDZ — John Steven Rocha (@TheRochaSays) July 16, 2018 This feels like the beginning of a horror movie.... https://t.co/FwkjebuBxp — Odie Still Sucks At Hiatuses‏ || [SEMI-HIATUS] (@sweetbtstea) July 18, 2018 Isn't there a film series on why this is probably a bad idea? https://t.co/HaEgRJZ8fU — Michael Ohiku (@MichaelOhiku) July 17, 2018 Yesssssss... DO IT. https://t.co/34EedFR35A — Mike Dougherty (@Mike_Dougherty) July 17, 2018 https://t.co/jfn9xFnxq2 pic.twitter.com/FMqRBj1I67 — correlophus sillyhattus (@indik) July 17, 2018 No doubt, the curiosity is killing us. Archaeologists will soon open it. But we wonder if it will be just some ancient findings or some curse that will ruin the whole world.
  2. Amaia Arranz-Otaegui, a University of Copenhagen postdoctoral researcher in archaeobotany, and Ali Shakaiteer, a local assistant to researchers working at an archeological site in the Black Desert in northeastern Jordan, are seen collecting wheat...
  3. We've all had smartphones for a while and we've all come across teething issues such as a cracked screen. This problem kickstarted the highly profitable market of smartphone covers and screen protectors that have become an essential accessory to buy today. Every smartphone is plagued by this problem. However, a new story reported by Newsweek sent shockwaves amongst smartphone owners. Sarvinder Naberhaus dropped her iPhone out of a biplane while she was trying to take pictures. © Pexels The incident occurred when Sarvinder and her friend hired a biplane to get a better view of their city. As common as it gets, her smartphone slipped from her hands and plummeted a 1000 feet. Here's where the story gets interesting, Sarvinder used the 'Find My iPhone' app to locate her phone in a nearby neighbourhood. To her surprise, the smartphone was still alive and started to call her phone in order to locate it. She heard her phone ring and found the phone in a yard. Her smartphone was found lying in long grass, working perfectly, without a single dent or scratch on its body and it even greeted her with an alarm. Now that is quite unreal. The iPhone was in a bumper case which provides protection, but not the kind where it would be able to withstand a 1,000-foot drop. © YouTube It's not the first time where an iPhone has been found working after being dropped from a high altitude. In 2015, a man dropped his iPhone more than 9,000 feet from a plane and found his phone to be still working. Yesterday we reported how an iPhone managed to survive underwater at a depth of 30 feet for two full days. It's great to hear such stories where the iPhone has managed to do the impossible. What sucks is that we all know that not everyone is lucky and we are able to break our screen by simply dropping it on a hard surface, even from our desk. We can only hope to have a really tough cover that may just save us from having a huge bill at the repair centre. Source: Newsweek
  4. The sixth installment in the MI series aka 'Mission Impossible: Fallout' is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated and awaited movies of this year. I am sure y'all have varied reasons to patiently wait for the movie to release – Tom Cruise's epic comeback after a deadly injury, him performing the death-defying HALO jump or jumping from 25,000 feet over a 100 times like it's nobody's business, or Henry Cavill's moustache that cost Warner Bros. 25 million dollars. Paramount Pictures Well, whatever your reasons are, we just found one more to add in your already heavy list and that is the fact that, India plays a huge role in Ethan Hunt's quest to save the world. Paramount Pictures Reportedly, the climax scene of the movie is set in the backdrop of Kashmir, where Tom Cruise and his 'Mission Impossible' team will stop a sinister plan from taking its course. In fact, India will find its mention in the narrative multiple times throughout the movie. Instagram Although the movie mentions India, the Indian Army and the climax is set in Kashmir, the scenes aren't actually shot in India. Yes, you read that right! The movie talks about India a lot, but the makers didn't really shoot in the country. They gave a makeover to a valley in New Zealand to make it look like a small village in Kashmir. Reason – the makers didn't get permission to shoot a helicopter chase scene anywhere else except New Zealand. Paramount Pictures Wondering how Kashmir finds its way into the movie? It begins with a breakout of an epidemic in Kashmir that brings the nation on the radar of the after-effects of an attack. Ethan Hunt and his team cross borders and head to Kashmir to save the world and ward off the danger that is threatening a large chunk of the population. (FYI, don't call this a spoiler and even if you think so, don't blame me for it. I am equally surprised!) The movie is said to mention the Indian Army, show the daily lives of people in Kashmir and top it with a high-octane helicopter chase and crash in the snow-capped mountains. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, 'Mission: Impossible – Fallout' is releasing on July 27 and also stars actors Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin, Michelle Monaghan and Sean Harris. Source: Hindustan Times