‘The Meg’ Honest Trailer: The Movie So Nice It Happens Twice

There seems to be a new movie with a killer shark in it at least every other year, and it’s up to the filmmaker whether that movie is going to be good like Jaws, bad like Jaws: The Revenge or so bad it’s good like Deep Blue Sea. But somehow, The Meg toes the line by having so much insane shark attack action juxtaposed with some pretty serious drama. It’s all a little perplexing. Watch as The Meg Honest Trailer sinks its teeth into the aquatic Jason Statham action thriller. The Meg Honest Tra...
Tags: Movies, Adaptation, Lol, Jason Statham, Honest Trailers, Meg, Action/Adventure, Video Of The Day, The Meg

Girls' Frontline Veteran Callback Event

Recently, Girls' Frontline EN started the Veteran Callback Event. Veterans who are level 15+ and hasn't returned no later than October 30 will receive the Super Sass T-Doll plus other rewards. Also, friends who add the returning veterans will receive some benefits. Dear Commanders,Our first Veteran Callback event will commence after the maintenance. Both returning players and those who support a returning player can benefit from this event!#GirlsFrontline pic.twitter.com/C57gKWBbpK— Girls' F...
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/Filmcast Ep. 493 – Overlord

Jeff stays strong amid the wildfire raging near his house. The cast discuss Girl in the Spider’s Web, Midnight Diner, Bodyguard and end with an in-depth review of the war-horror film Overlord. David and Jeff challenge Liev Schreiber’s Michael Barbaro impression on SNL… tune in to decide who wins the “Barbar-off.” Be sure to check out David’s new podcast, Write Along as well as The Daily podcast. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-5...
Tags: Movies, Michael Barbaro, David, Liev Schreiber, Jeff, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Overlord, Facebook Listen, Simonmharris, Kyle Hillinger, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, American Vandal, David Girl, Web Grey Gardens Devindra, Tokyo Stories Jeff Bodyguard American Vandal

Edward Hopper’s painting ‘Chop Suey,’ once promised to SAM, instead sells for a record $91.9 million

Edward Hopper’s “Chop Suey,” a 1929 oil painting of two women talking closely in a New York restaurant that had long been publicly promised to Seattle Art Museum, instead sold at a Christie's auction Tuesday for $91.9 million.
Tags: New York, News, Entertainment, Visual Arts, Edward Hopper, Christie, Seattle Art Museum

NPR on Stan Lee

A Marvel Of A Man: Stan Lee Dead At 95 Beth Accomando  All Things Considered November 12, 2018 https://www.npr.org/2018/11/12/106322838/a-marvel-of-a-man-stan-lee-dead-at-95 https://ondemand.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/atc/2018/11/20181112_atc_a_mar...
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10 Gifts To Get That One Garfield-Obsessed Friend In Your Life

The best Garfield gifts on the web At Funny Or Die, we’re here to bring you laughs. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Funny Or Die may earn commission. For more information, see our Terms of Use. If you’ve clicked on this then you’re like me: a person who’s obsessed with Garfield - the overweight, lazy and fabulous cat that’s addicted to lasagna. There’s something about Garfield that brings a ...
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November 13 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

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Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Ansel Elgort, Horror, Digital, San Francisco, Islam, Mark Wahlberg, TV News, Peru, Robert De Niro, Kansas, Sherlock Holmes, Dennis Hopper, Cia

Daily Podcast: John Lasseter, Paramount Ranch, A Star is Born, Roma, Star Wars, Toy Story 4, Detective Pikachu.

On the November 13, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and senior writer Ben Pearson to talk about the latest film and tv news, including John Lasseter, Paramount Ranch, A Star is Born, Interrogation, Roma, The Mandalorian, Toy Story 4 and Detective Pikachu . You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if ...
Tags: Movies, California, Cbs, Ryan Reynolds, Roma, John Lasseter, Ben, Carl Weathers, Ben Pearson, Ducky, Pikachu, Alamo Drafthouse, Pedro Pascal, Peter Sciretta, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman

Superhero Bits: Special Edition – A Tribute to Marvel Comics Legend Stan Lee

In this special edition of Superhero Bits, take a look back at the life of Stan Lee through interviews, in memoriam reels, archive footage, kind words from collaborators, and love from Marvel’s biggest stars. Superheroes wouldn’t be what they are today, and Stan Lee will be long-remembered and sorely missed after all he’s done for people who latched onto his characters. This video has every single cameo Stan Lee made as himself, from Mallrats to all the Marvel Studios movies. Fans have al...
Tags: Movies, Stephen Colbert, Hugh Jackman, Stan-Lee, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Joss Whedon, Tom King, Stan, Josh Trank, Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Hollywood Walk of Fame Marvel

Alita: Battle Angel Movie As Sickeningly Creepy As Ever

Another hefty amount of action sequences can be spotted in a new trailer for the live action Alita: Battle Angel movie, the main heroine still sporting Gollum-esque peepers that are seemingly the only thing fans and detractors of the film have been discussing. The “battle ready” trailer: The movie’s debut on February 14th may perhaps […]
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Anime, Live Action, Gollum, 3D CG, Adaptations, Alita, Battle Angel Alita

Persona 5 “A Teen-Dating Game For Incels!”

Outrage has continued to flow forth from NeoGaf replacement ResetEra as a thread about Persona 5 has been acquiring attention due to it complaining that the adult-targeted game features teen-dating. Sure to have many confused as to why this criticism sprung up 2 years after the RPG’s launch, the creator of the forum thread opened […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Relationships, Dating, Anime, Persona, RPG

Monster Hunter Movie “Will Only Have Monsters From The Games – Really!”

Further information about the live-action Hollywood Monster Hunter movie has surfaced to help fans brace for impact, with an interview revealing that the director has no intention of creating new original monsters and will instead use ones from the franchise – a huge relief to fans who will get to see their favorites gunned down […]
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Hollow Knight Physical Copies Canceled

In a disappointing turn of events, the developers of the intense 2D action game Hollow Knight have canceled the physical release of their game. The bad news comes officially from the development studio Team Cherry itself, citing production problems that have overwhelmed the small group. Team Cherry has followed up their decision with an official […]
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Sawamura Spencer Eriri Hot Limit Cosplay Hot Indeed

A cosplayer of Saekano’s delectable blonde Sawamura Spencer Eriri has chosen to dress up in the saucy outfit from the T.M. Revolution song “Hot Limit”, which onlookers will likely agree looks better on a woman. The particularly hot cosplay:
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‘A Star Is Born’ Extended Cut Might Be in the Works

Bradley’s Cooper‘s acclaimed remake of A Star Is Born starring himself and Lady Gaga already clocks in at 2 hours and 15 minutes. However, if the film’s cinematographer is to be believed, there might be an extended cut of the movie on the way. In a recent interview, director of photography Matthew Libatique (who has shot movies ranging from Iron Man to Black Swan) talked about the evolution of the film over time, and he revealed that an extended cut might put some deleted scenes and footage bac...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Matthew Libatique, Warner Bros, Musical, Warner Brothers, Bradley, Cooper, Libatique, Home Video, A Star is Born

Review: Mahou Shoujo? Naria Girls

I sometimes describe my relationship to anime as that of a drug addict; overexposure has heightened my tolerance, but also necessitated greater and greater doses to achieve the same high. It’s the only reasonable explanation for why I watched Mahou Shoujo? Naria Girls — a 3-D motion-captured improv comedy magical girl series — to completion. And though I’m very late to the game (it premiered in 2016), it’s a series that deserves a lot more attention. Naria Girls is part of a loose collecti...
Tags: Anime, Sega, Evan Minto, Mahou Shoujo, gdgd Fairies, Koutarou Ishidate, Mahou Shoujo? Naria Girls, Naria Girls, Tesagure Bukatsu, Souta Sugahara, Men 's Party Ishidate, Ishidate, Suzuko Mimori

Full Behind-the-Scenes Featurette for James Wan's 'Aquaman' Movie

"Once they put all these things together behind James' vision - blows my mind, still." Are you ready to dive in? Warner Bros has unveiled a new behind-the-scenes featurette for James Wan's Aquaman movie, giving us an extended look at the making of this massive superhero epic. There's only one month left until this hits theaters. The character of Aquaman, also known as Arthur Curry, first appeared in Zack Snyder's Justice League movie, and this solo feature takes place after the events of tha...
Tags: Movies, Justice League, Warner Bros, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, James, Zack Snyder, To Watch, Featurette, James Wan, Arthur Curry, Yahya Abdul Mateen II, Black Manta

New ‘Searching’ Easter Egg Videos Reveal More Secrets Hidden in Plain Sight, Including An Alien Invasion

We’re quickly approaching the end of the year, and Searching, the thrilling mystery that unfolds across computer screens, remains one of my favorite films of 2018. If you missed the movie during its theatrical run, you have the opportunity to catch it now because it’s just arrived on home video. To celebrate its release, Sony Pictures Entertainment has released a new Searching easter egg video that points us to even more references, nods, and clues about the villain that were hidden in plain si...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, David, Thriller, Sony, Searching, Sony Pictures Entertainment, David Kim, Easter Eggs, Rosemary, John Cho, Margot, Shyamalan, Robbie, Digital HD, Mystery/Suspense

‘On the Basis of Sex’ Trailer: Felicity Jones is the Notorious RBG

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become a celebrity in ways no other Supreme Court Justice has before. Not only has she fought for just causes, she’s also inspired memes, documentaries, and even action figures. And now she gets the origin story treatment with On the Basis of Sex. The film finds the young Ginsburg long before she became a Supreme Court Justice, working as a lawyer on a case involving gender discrimination. Watch the latest On the Basis of Sex trailer below. On the Basis of Sex Traile...
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Stan Lee's Spider-Man PS4 Cameo Is So Quintessentially Stan Lee

Stan Lee loved a good cameo. The legendary comics icon, who died yesterday at 95, got to sneak into so many movies based on heroes he’d helped bring to life over the past two decades—and even into some based on ones he didn’t. But maybe the one that best encapsulates Stan Lee as a creative is one of his most recent.Read more...
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Another Trailer for US Release of 'Never Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki'

"It's better to try and fail." GKids has debuted the second official US trailer for the long-awaited Miyazaki documentary titled Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki, which they will be releasing in US theaters later this year. The doc was originally made for TV and released in Japan in 2016, but has been awaiting a global release ever since then. Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki spends intimate time with Miyazaki-san himself, examining his time since retirement in 2013. It follows his very firs...
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‘Ophelia’ Trailer: Daisy Ridley is the Doomed Heroine of ‘Hamlet’

Shakespeare’s Hamlet gets a new interpretation with Ophelia, a retelling of the famous tragedy through the eyes of another character. Daisy Ridley is Ophelia, who falls for the young Dane – a romance that goes haywire once Hamlet’s father is murdered, driving the young man mad in the process (maybe). The Ophelia trailer below gives us a look at what just might be the entire movie, while also introducing us to Clive Owen‘s questionable wig. Ophelia Trailer I love Daisy Ridley, I love Ham...
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‘Sharp Objects’ Creator Marti Noxon Heads to Netflix

Netflix has scored its latest high-profile TV creator. Hot off the heels of her acclaimed HBO miniseries Sharp Objects, Marti Noxon has signed a multi-year overall deal with the streaming giant. The Emmy-nominated writer, producer, and director may not be a huge household name, but Marti Noxon has accumulated such an impressive resume stretching back from cult series Buffy the Vampire Slayer to the Emmy-nominated UnReal that it’s no wonder Netflix snapped her up. Now, fresh off creating the ...
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Sylvester Stallone & Ryan Guzman in Trailer for Action Film 'Backtrace'

"Stay sharp. These guys will kill for what they're after." Lionsgate Premiere has debuted an official trailer for an action crime thriller titled Backtrace, starring Sylvester Stallone as a detective. This cops & robbers flick is about an amnesiac criminal, played by Matthew Modine, who is the lone surviving thief of a violent armored car robbery. He's given a drug that forces him to relive the life he's forgotten, in order to find the money he hid. The film's full cast includes Ryan Guzman,...
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‘Interrogation’: CBS All Access True Crime Show Lets You Solve the Case On Your Own

CBS All Access is getting into the true crime game with a new series called Interrogation. But whereas all of the current original programming on the streaming service has been unspooled at the rate of one episode per week, Interrogation will release its first nine episodes all at once, giving viewers the opportunity to explore the case at their own pace and follow narrative threads they find the most compelling. Read more about Interrogation below. Variety reports that the new show hails fro...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Netflix, Cbs, Steven Soderbergh, Interrogation, True Story, Cbs All Access, Internal Affairs, Julie McNamara, Anders Weidemann, John Mankiewicz, Weidemann

First Trailer for Party Game Mexican Comedy 'Perfectos Desconocidos'

"What secrets do you expect us to have, Eva?" Pantelion Films has unveiled an official US trailer for the release of Perfectos Desconocidos from Mexico, remade by filmmaker Manolo Caro. The title translates to Perfect Strangers, and they're billing this as a "Spanish speaking comedy with English subtitles" from Mexico. It's actually the second remake of an Italian film which first premiered in 2016 - Perfect Strangers or Perfetti Sconosciuti, which was then remade in Spain last year, and is ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Mexico, US, Spain, Eva, Indies, To Watch, Manolo Caro, Perfectos Desconocidos, Franky Martin

‘Widows’ review: An unconventional heist thriller so good I wanted to marry it

Directed by Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”), co-written by McQueen and Gillian Flynn (“Gone Girl”), and starring the great Viola Davis, “Widows” is smart, soulful and surprising in every frame, weaving statements on race, gender, crime and grief into a tick-tock (and tip-top) heist plot. Rating: 4 stars out of 4.
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Neil Young and Miley Cyrus Among Celebrities Who Lost Homes in California Wildfires

The enclaves of the rich and famous who live west of Los Angeles have not been spared by the out-of-control fires.
Tags: Celebrities, News, California, Los Angeles, Neil Young, Wildfires, Miley Cyrus, Actors and Actresses

Why I Ordered a Mac Mini

I did something I never thought I would do: order a new Mac mini.   Before I get into specifics, below is the configuration I ordered. For my Mac mini, I opted for the i7 processor, 32GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and the 10GB ethernet options.       Long time readers will know that I’ve been a Mac user for some time. While I’ve enjoyed using Macs, in 2015 I took a right turn on Albuquerque and built my very first PC (dual booting between Windows 10 and macOS).  For the most part, the Hackintos...
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