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Monday, Nov 12 Filming Locations for Untitled Suits Spin-Off, Empire, Jack Ryan & more!

Here’s a look at various filming locations for Nov. 12, 2018: Filming in California TV Series: Untitled Suits Spin-Off Stars: Bethany Joy Lenz Location: Avenue Scott and Ave Tibbitts, Santa Clarita TV Series: The Rookie Stars: Nathan Fillion Location: Warner Bros, Los Angeles Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago PD Stars: Jason Beghe Location: 1337 W. […] The post Monday, Nov 12 Filming Locations for Untitled Suits Spin-Off, Empire, Jack Ryan & more! appeared first on On Location Vacations. ...
Tags: Movies, California, Chicago, Illinois, Scott, Daily Filming Locations, Jack Ryan, Nathan Fillion, Jason Beghe, Bethany Joy Lenz, Warner Bros Los Angeles Filming, Ave Tibbitts Santa Clarita


A Month with CleanMyMac X

There’s a wealth of optimization tools available for the average Mac user. In short, optimization involves tuning up your Mac’s operating system and related files by performing maintenance tasks and cleaning out junk, caches, and other files that have build up over time. The folks at MacPaw know a thing or two about optimizing Macs – they’ve been developing and improving CleanMyMac for several years now. The latest iteration, CleanMyMac X, is optimized for macOS Mojave. The new version can be pu...
Tags: Comics, News, Mac, Software, MacPaw, Clean My Mac 4, Mac optimization tools for Mojave, Mac Utility


The Post on the animation movie business

In epic rumpus, Hollywood's animation sector looks to sort its royalty from its minions [in print as Hollywood's animation sector sorts its royalty from its minion] By Steven Zeitchik Washington Post November 11 2018, p. G1, 4 https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/in-epic-rumpus-hollywoods-animation-sector-looks-to-sort-its-royalty-from-its-minions/2018/11/09/0dc30f12-e2be-11e8-ab2c-b31dcd53ca6b_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Hollywood, Washington Post, Steven Zeitchik, Mike Rhode


Pale Blue Dot

I miss Carl Sagan
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Peter Jackson’s World War I Documentary Set For December Release

Peter Jackson’s World War I documentary set for December release Variety reports that Peter Jackson’s upcoming World War I documentary They Shall Not Grow Old will be hitting theaters in a limited release on December 17 and 27 with the help of Fathom Events and Warner Bros. Pictures. RELATED: Peter Jackson’s WWI Documentary Acquired by Warner Bros. “Peter and I share a passion for WWl history,” said Warner Bros Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich. “Watching this documentary was a moving...
Tags: Movies, Bbc, New Zealand, Jackson, Peter Jackson, Peter, Warner Bros Pictures, Toby Emmerich, Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros Pictures Group, House Productions, Imperial War Museums, Clare Olssen, Jabez Olssen, Warner Bros Peter


Best new shows and movies to stream: ‘Room 104,’ German thriller ‘Beat’ and more

Need something to watch this weekend? Check out our list of the best new shows and movies to stream right now. On the list this week: Room 104 returns for a second season, Robert the Bruce fights for Scotland's throne, and more. The post Best new shows and movies to stream: ‘Room 104,’ German thriller ‘Beat’ and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Entertainment, Scotland, Trends, Home Theater, Streaming, Robert, Bruce, Movies & TV


The Grinch Took the Roast Beast & Box Office Crown with $78.7 Million Worldwide

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Grinch took the roast beast & box office crown with $78.7 million worldwide Universal Pictures new animated version of Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch took not only every decoration from Who-ville, but the top spot at the box office worldwide with a global debut of $78.7 million. The film brought in a domestic total of $65.5 million, marking Illumination Entertainment’s lowest opening since 2016’s Sing with $35.2 million. Benedict Cumberbatch lends his voice as the title charact...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Disney, US, Bradley Cooper, Box Office, Lady Gaga, Mike Myers, Deadpool, Grinch, Whoopi Goldberg, David Fincher, Claire Foy, Viacom, Tyler Perry, Cooper


Superman: The Movie 4K Re-Release

The movie that’s the grandfather of our current era, with the domination of superhero films at the box office, has been released on the newest video format, 4K Ultra HD. The 1978 Superman, starring Christopher Reeve, showed that you could do superpowers believably on film. This year is the 40th anniversary of the movie and the 80th anniversary of the character. Unfortunately, there is no new content on this package to mark that milestone. It would have been great to [...]
Tags: Comics, Movie Reviews, Christopher Reeve


Conan the Barbarian #14 - Barry Windsor Smith art & cover

Barry Windsor Smith Conan the Barbarian v1 #14, 1972 - Elric of Melnibone, a creation of writer Michael Moorcock, makes his first appearance in comics. In this unlikely pairing of heroes, the duo join forces against a netherworld queen. Barry Smith's enthusiasm overshadows the more primitive aspects of his drawings. His two splash pages struggle with their respective compositions, yet other [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Barry Smith, Michael Moorcock, Ted F, Barry Windsor Smith, Elric, Melnibone, Barry Windsor Smith Conan


Beating Richie Knucklez: The making of a Space Invaders world champion

Jon Tannahill was born 17 years after Space Invaders was released. He set his mind to be the bestTomohiro Nishikado’s video game Space Invaders remains the first and last concept for all other “shoot ’em up” video games; the core concept being a single person fighting off a multitude of artificially intelligent enemies. Created in no less than a year, its exquisite attention to imagery and sound, as well as easily understood game play, has offered timeless appeal. What was an amusement of lazy p...
Tags: Games, Life and style, Culture, Brisbane, Moma, Richie Knucklez, Jon Tannahill


Valkyria Chronicles IV Flops Completely

Valkyria Chronicles IV failed to break into the top 10 in the Western video game charts in its first week of release. According to recent figures released by sales tracker vgchartz, Sega’s tactical role-playing game Valkyria Chronicles IV failed to reach the top in in either Europe or North America during its first week of […]
Tags: Europe, Games, Xbox One, Sales, Steam, Anime, Ps4, North America, Sega, RPG, Pc Gaming, Valkyria Chronicles, Nintendo Switch, SRPG, Valkyria Chronicles IV


Netflix Trailers: New International Shows ‘1983’, ‘Dogs of Berlin’, and Docu-Series ‘Our Planet’

Netflix can’t stop, won’t stop! There was a time when the streaming service was primarily known for providing subscribers with other people‘s content. Those days are gone! Week after week, the streaming giant unleashes new original programming, and you, the hungry viewing public, lap it up like a lioness of the Serengeti lapping up the blood of a fresh kill. Below, check out some new Netflix trailers for international shows 1983 and Dogs of Berlin, and the Planet Earth–like docu-series Our Plan...
Tags: Television, Movies, Documentary, Berlin, Netflix, Poland, David Attenborough, 1983, Soviet Union, Planet Earth, Foreign Language, Dogs of Berlin, Our Planet, Netflix Trailers


Christmas Comes Early as ‘Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch’ Wins Weekend Box Office

The Universal Pictures movie made $66 million
Tags: Movies, News, Uncategorized, Seuss, Onetime


‘The Grinch’ Rakes in the Green at the Box Office

The latest adaptation of the classic Christmas story was a big No. 1. But two other new films, “Overlord” and “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” struggled.
Tags: Movies, News, Box Office, Grinch, Illumination Entertainment, Bohemian Rhapsody (Movie, The Girl in the Spider's Web (Movie, The Grinch (Movie, Overlord (Movie


Hollywood Idol Rock Hudson Getting a Biopic from ‘Arrowverse’ Executive Producer Greg Berlanti

Right now, rock legend Freddie Mercury is making waves at the box office in the form of the biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, telling the story about how his band Queen rose to fame and would make an impact on music for generations. More importantly, the film shines a light on Freddie Mercury’s sexuality, though the frontman never addressed it out in the open. Now, Universal Pictures is looking to the history of the silver screen for a new biopic that will focus on a Hollywood icon forced to hide his o...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Wikipedia, Dc Comics, Rock, Joan Rivers, Freddie Mercury, James Dean, True Story, Hudson, Universal Pictures, Charlton Heston, William Holden, Piper Laurie, Lightfoot


How to Dress Like Bella Swan from Twilight

It's been 10 years since the first Twilight film. Here's how to dress like its lead character today. (All Photos: Official promotional photography or movie screenshots) Love it or hate it, you have to admit that the Twilight franchise is a true cultural phenomenon. It's been 10 years (!!) since the first film was released and we're still no closer to a winner in the battle of "Team Edward" vs. "Team Jacob".But man candy aside, one thing we can agree on is that many of you seem to love the main...
Tags: Celebs, Movies, College, Washington, Arizona, How To, Tips, Kristen Stewart, Seattle, Edward, Twilight, Serena, Bella, Sharon, Fashion Tips, Bella Swan


‘Zoo’ Trailer: A Struggling Couple Ends Up Stuck Together During a Zombie Apocalypse

If you read that headline and thought, “I’ve already seen Shaun of the Dead,” that’s totally fair. However, the premise for a new indie thriller called Zoo takes things beyond an imitation of the beloved Edgar Wright comedy. You see, this couple being stuck together is only one half of the story. As the two get comfortable while waiting to be rescued, their softer side convinces them to let another couple in for safety. What follows is a standoff to see which couple can tolerate each other long...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Karen, Zoo, Thriller, John, Movie Trailers, Edgar Wright, Independent, Shaun, Ed Speleers, Alex Billington, Antonio Steve Tublén, Zoë Tapper


Liev Schreiber Hosts the Best ‘Saturday Night Live’ of the Season (So Far)

Even though the Showtime series Ray Donovan started all the way back in 2013, apparently it took five years for Lorne Michael to decide that Liev Schreiber deserved a chance to host Saturday Night Live. Even the host himself said that in his dreams he saw this happening a lot earlier in his career. But here we are in 2018, and Liev Schreiber not only hosted SNL, but early in the season, he’s hosted the best episode so far. Let’s break down the best and worst sketches of the Liev Schreiber hoste...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Showtime, Snl, Lil Wayne, Ryan Gosling, Aidy Bryant, Liev-Schreiber, Ray Donovan, Cecily Strong, Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett, Looney Tunes, Kate McKinnon


Dash #5 — Return of the Gay Detective

After a three-year hiatus, I was curious to see how this supernatural noir mystery picked up. Smartly, writer Dave Ebersole begins the issue with a “story so far” section that fits nicely into the hardboiled PI’s tendency to monologue, in keeping with the genre, while bringing the forgetful reader up to speed with the current case. After a reminder that Dash was drummed off the police force for being gay, there’s a resurrected Egyptian mummy to stop and a mystical [...]
Tags: Comics, Other Publishers, Dave Ebersole


All Points Bulletin: Godzilla vs. the Lost Vikings

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.  Alain’s picks: When Portugal Was King That brief time when Portugal was a world power. The Irish vs. The Vikings Bonus: Find out where the harp comes from on the Irish Flag. I’m Not Sure … Continue reading All Points Bulletin: Godzilla vs. the Lost Vikings
Tags: Portugal, Anime, All Points Bulletin, APB, Twitter Alain


Nutaku Now Offering Eroge in 6 New Languages

Nutaku has improved upon the accessibility of their vast library of erotic games by announcing that they can now be played in 6 new languages: Spanish, French, German, Polish, Chinese and Japanese (as well as English). Nutaku has gifted users from other countries with the ability to play their sexy games by way of different […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Anime, Announcements, Pc Gaming, H, Eroge, Nutaku


Chicago Imposing “Amusement Tax” On PlayStation Network Games

Digital purchases made through the PlayStation Network will soon be subject to an “amusement tax” within the city of Chicago, in order to “comply with the Chicago amusement tax authorization”. Frequent shoppers of the PlayStation Network (who hail from Chicago) are about to see a 9% increase on all their purchases due to the implementation […]
Tags: Games, Usa, Money, Taxes, Chicago, Playstation, Anime, Illinois


The Heart of Batman: The Batman: Complete Animated Series Blu-ray Extra

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment was kind enough to send me a review copy of the on-everyone’s-wish-list Batman: The Complete Animated Series Blu-ray set. Due to the incredible demand, as indicated by the huge increase in the print run, I didn’t get any of the extras, so I can’t speak to those, but I was thrilled to be able to check out the new movie-length feature, “The Heart of Batman”. There are 10 Blu-rays in the set (not counting the movies). [...]
Tags: Comics, Warner Bros Home Entertainment, Television Reviews


How To Solve A Rubik’s Cube (And Avoid Your Real Problems)

A step-by-step guide to solving the puzzle, creating a false sense of control that wont solve any of your actual problems The first step in solving the Rubik’s cube is coming to terms with the real reason you want to solve a Rubik’s cube in the first place. This wasn’t easy for me, and it may not be easy for you either. Take a minute to think hard about this. You may think it’s because you enjoy solving puzzles, meeting challenges, or passing the time with a tactile activity. And all that ...
Tags: Humor, Darren Miller


Films I watch repeatedly (a new series): His Girl Friday

After awhile, it feels like therapy. I get out His Girl Friday (1940) or Out of the Past (1947) and watch it for some sort of undefined solace. Joseph Epstein's new book entitled Charm discusses how one can look for the movies of the 1930s and 40s for exemplars of charm, and how Cary Grant could be one on film, but not necessarily one in person (only, it seems, Audrey Hepburn could do that). Why do I love Howard Hawks' His Girl Friday so?  Let me count the ways:1) Because it depicts a world whe...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Grant, Walter, Rosalind Russell, Bellamy, Howard Hawks, Hildy, Joseph Epstein, The Film Doctor, Ralph Bellamy, Hildy Johnson, Walter Burns Grant, Bruce Baldwin


First Look Review - WOMAN UP

A career woman becomes France's first female CEO. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Movies, France, TheMovieWaffler.com


New Release Review (VOD) - ELIZABETH HARVEST

The new wife of a brilliant scientist uncovers his dark secret. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Movies, Horror, Vod, New Releases, By Eric Hillis, TheMovieWaffler.com


This Week In Trailers: Iron Sky: The Coming Race, Divide And Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes, The Bisexual, Capernaum, Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 10

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we get on a dinosaur with Hitler, dissect one of the most heinous and active media figures of our time, feel empathy towards the les...
Tags: Movies, Mexico, This Week In Trailers, Hitler, Movie Trailers, Curb your Enthusiasm, Roger Ailes, Capernaum, Grindelwald, Desiree Akhavan, Movie Marketing, Iron Sky, Buster Scruggs, Iron Sky: The Coming Race, Timo Vuorensola, Cameron Post


Comic Documentaries on Ellis, Morrison to Watch Free

Sequart Organization, a publisher of books and films “devoted to the study of popular culture and the promotion of comic books as a legitimate art form”, has released two of their documentaries about cult comic creators on YouTube for free viewing. Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods was produced in close collaboration with Morrison and features extensive interviews with him, as well as never-before-seen photos and documents spanning his childhood to the present day. Complimenting Morrison’s own w...
Tags: Comics, Morrison, Grant Morrison, Movie News, Ellis Morrison, Sequart Organization


Stephenson's Fall (Redux)

You folks remember, like, three years ago, when some digital spelunking on my part uncovered that Neal Stephenson's next novel would be called "Fall" ("pitched as a high-tech retelling of PARADISE LOST featuring some characters from REAMDE"). After a slight detour with The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O., it looks like Fall has finally panned out. Harper Collins and Amazon both have listings for Fall, Or Dodge in Hell, with the same description: The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Seveneves, A...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, New York Times, Dodge, Neal Stephenson, Stephenson, Ilya, Harper Collins, Phillip K Dick, Kaedrin, Zula, Arts & Letters, Reamde, Sophia One, Bitworld



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