The majority of their cameras going back to their first Cinema Camera used either EF or M4/3. They're keeping consistent so that their new cameras can fit into your existing kit. If they where to switch to something else almost their entire existing customer base would have to essentially build a new lens kit from scratch.
Plus when you look at lens options, RF is still pretty new and there aren't alot of options. Most E-mount lenses are focus by wire which means manual focus is almost impossible. It's fine when you're using Sony's killer continuous AF but on a cinema camera where you have to hit repeatable focus pulls it's just not a viable option.
EF isn't the most versatile option out there as far as adapting to other mounts goes, but it has probably the widest selection of lenses available.
Fox? Shazam was a WB film.....
"both “over editing” and “unmotivated editing” can create muddled and messy scenes that leave audiences with confused and lost."
Or in the case of this article, No Editing.
Yeah Wrestling's fake. It's not real the Avengers........
The head-scissors takedown is actually pretty prominent in Jiu Jitsu and Lucha Libre. It's not done to be sexualized, it's allows you to take down people twice your size by using your momentum against them. Since women action heroes are typically fighting people who are larger than them it actually makes perfect sense for them to use the maneuver.
"The GH4, though it was a powerful mirrorless micro 4/3s camera, required shooters to use an external recorder to capture 4K images" Ummmmm, no it didn't. It needed an external recorder to capture 10-bit.