Terry Crews Painting A Tree Is The Only Thing That Matters This Christmas

He proved that the best presents really don’t need to be gift wrapped after all It’s not always easy to get into the holiday spirit, and some years are harder than others. Years when, for example, the government is a sneeze away from shutting down, the planet is warming at such a staggering rate that we’ve only got about a decade before shit starts to look like Mad Max, and everything is just generally a total disaster. Listen, I love the holidays, I’ll literally wear tinsel, I will crush...
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The Carpetbagger: Rob Lowe on Dancing With Snow White and Getting the Last Laugh

The last time the Oscars went hostless, he did a duet that went down in history — and not in a good way. “I managed to convince myself that I’d killed it.”
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Here are the latest two additions to my collection of QSLs from stations whose call signs spell words. I didn’t actually work K7BIG. He writes: Hi, Dan. I enjoy reading your blog. I saw that you collect QSLs with words, so here’s my card. 73, Johnny. I got this card today in a pack from the QSL buro. Other notable cards included one from OH0V on Aaland Island and one from OM2VL (I’m Slovak-American.) The post New QSLs: K7BIG, DL5AN appeared first on KB6NU's Ham ...
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How to Direct Nicolas Cage: 9 Pieces of Advice

BEGIN SLIDESHOW How to Direct Nicolas Cage: 9 Pieces of Advice Saban Films allowed ComingSoon.net the chance to chat with writer/director Maria Pulera (Falsely Accused) about her new supernatural thriller Between Worlds, which stars the legendary Nicolas Cage (National Treasure, Ghost Rider). We got Pulera to open up about her experience with the Oscar-winning actor and give us 9 Pieces of Advice for Directing Nicolas Cage. Check out the list in the gallery below, and check out the movie ...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Gotham’ Final Season Trailer, ‘Doom Patrol’ Character Posters & More

Who is playing Injustice Society members in the Stargirl series? Want to see the new trailer for the final season of Gotham? Which character was introduced in the credits scene from the Titans season finale? How much did Aquaman make in Thursday night previews? Is Marvel working on a Nova Corps. movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Another edition of Just the Facts with J. Jonah Jameson runs through the latest Spider-Man PS4 DLC addition. Stargirl has cast Joy Osmans...
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Christopher Bell gets engaged

Christopher Bell announced Friday that he and girlfriend Morgan Kemenah are now engaged. Bell, 24, made the announcement on Twitter. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver follows Chase Briscoe and Matt Tifft in the category of Xfinity Series drivers who have announced recent engagements.
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Horror Book II Ends In Escape Or Rape

Horror Book II has players controlling an unsuspecting camper as they are attacked by a killer, causing them to try and find a way to escape and ending in rape should they fail (when playing as a female character anyway). The game has players searching the area for the exact items they need to escape […]
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‘Luke Cage’ Showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker Signs Deal with Amazon

Netflix’s loss is Amazon’s gain. Luke Cage showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker has just signed a deal with Amazon to produce new TV projects for Amazon Prime. The news comes on the heels of Netflix cancelling Luke Cage, which Coker created and served as showrunner on for its two seasons. Maybe all the other cancelled Marvel Netflix showrunners can knock on Amazon’s door next. Two months ago, Netflix cancelled Cheo Hodari Coker’s show. Now, it looks like he has landed a much better deal with Amazon....
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How to do Nevada's 'Death Drive'

You might think that a Nevada route called “The Death Drive” would give you something to worry about, like getting stranded alone in the desert. In fact, the road is not barren. Not at all. The itinerary for this 365-mile road trip — a loop from Las Vegas to western Nevada and back again — is actually alive with excitement. You’ll head from the neon lights of Sin City toward the rugged beauty and history of the state’s wide open heartland. The route treks past forests and parks, among them t...
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Sega Delays Valkyria Chronicles IV DLC On PC: “You’ll Get It In 2019!”

Sega has recently come under fire from the long-suffering fans of the Valkyria Chronicles series, after delaying the release of DLC for the PC version despite saying that all platforms would get it in 2018. Despite promising a December release on all platforms for Valkyria Chronicles IV’s “Edy’s Advance Ops” and “A United Front with […]
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‘Outlaws’ Trailer: A24 Dives into the World of Australian Biker Gangs

After playing the Toronto International Film Festival back in 2017, the Australian biker gang drama formerly known as 1% is finally coming to theaters, but with a new title and an early 2019 release date. The film from director Stephen McCallum is now known as Outlaws, and it follows Matt Nable as the Copperheads motorcycle club leader Knuck who has been busy doing a three-year stint in prison. Meanwhile, Paddo (Ryan Corr) has been keeping the everything in order, even turning quite the handsom...
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For Saoirse Ronan, ‘Queen of Scots’ role gave room to grow

NEW YORK (AP) — Saoirse Ronan says she was “more than ready” to make the transition on film, and in real life, from young girl to commanding woman. Her new role in “Mary Queen of Scots,” gave her the opportunity to do both. Ronan, who is Irish, says she was not only excited to play […]
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Watch: Gobelins Animated Short 'Hors De L'Eau' with Snow Monkeys

We're almost finished with 2018, but there's a few more good short films to feature. Hors De L'Eau, which translates to Out of Water in French, is one of the final graduation projects for 2018 made by filmmakers at the animation school Gobelins in Paris, France. This animated short is a parable about exclusion, telling a story about a macaque mother who encounters hostility from a group of snow monkeys due to strict rules which govern their community. The POV perspective is really striking, ...
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‘Beverly Hills 90210’ Revival With Original Cast Being Shopped Around

Beverly Hills 90210, the hit ’90s show about teenagers being played by 30-year-olds, is coming back. The Beverly Hills 90210 revival is set to feature original cast members Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling, Jason Priestley, Ian Ziering, Brian Austin Green and Gabrielle Carteris, provided a network or streaming service picks it up. The cast is, of course, much older now, so it’s unlikely they’ll still be trying to pass as teenagers. But that would be pretty funny. The dream of the ’90s is alive…on...
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‘The Image Book’ Trailer: French Director Jean-Luc Godard Returns With a Fascinating Deconstruction of Cinema

Iconic filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard, a figurehead of the French New Wave movement which pushed the envelope of cinematic storytelling methods back in the 1960s, has spent much of his career experimenting with form. That experimentation continues in the 88-year-old’s latest cinematic effort, The Image Book, which played at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The trailer has arrived, and I can say without hesitation that it’s unlike any trailer you’ve ever seen. The Image Book Trailer I admitte...
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The 2019 Rose Parade Live With Cord & Tish On New Year’s Day

We are getting ever closer to New Year’s Day! The special starts at 8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. ET on January 1, 2019 — everywhere video is streamed! Save The Date! Watch the live event on Funny Or Die The day is almost here! When Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan return for their annual round of live Rose Parade coverage. The 2019 Rose Parade Live With Cord & Tish will stream live right here on Funny Or Die’s website, as well as on Funny Or Die’s social platforms — including Facebook, Twitter, and...
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You Can Now Watch Pixar’s Bittersweet ‘Bao’ Short Online Now

Are you ready to cry? And if you’ve already seen Pixar’s heartwarming story of parental connection, are you ready to cry again? Bao, Pixar‘s acclaimed animated short that made history for being directed by the studio’s first female shorts director, is now available watch online — for one week only. So if you’re craving a good cry, or maybe just want to appreciate your parents more, watch Bao now. Watch Bao Online Though less than eight minutes long, Bao manages to be a tender, funny, an...
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Sacha Baron Cohen Won’t Make ‘Who Is America?’ Season 2

After stirring up all sorts of controversy and creating problems for plenty of politicians and pundits, Sacha Baron Cohen‘s comedy documentary series Who Is America? will not be returning for a second season. No, the show hasn’t been canceled, but instead, Cohen simply doesn’t see a way to easily continue the show and deliver the same kind of shock and hilarity. The Hollywood Reporter recently had an interview with Sacha Baron Cohen on their Awards Chatter podcast, and thankfully, he wasn’t p...
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‘Kingdom’ Trailer: Bae Doona Flees Zombies in Medieval Korea

We finally get a glimpse of more Bae Doona in the latest Kingdom trailer for the Netflix original K-drama. The horror series combines two of the things that Korean cinema and TV excel at lately: zombies and medieval period dramas. In other words, this series looks awesome. Kingdom Trailer Directed by Kim Seong-hun (A Hard Day) and written by Signal scribe Kim Eun-hee, Kingdom is set immediately after the death of a king in Korea’s Joseon period, which lasted between 1400 to 1900. Follow...
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Blast-Off #1 - Jack Kirby / Al Williamson art, Williamson art, Kirby cover

Jack Kirby Blast-Off v1 #1 presents the 3 Rocketeers, 1965 - One of the few Harvey sci-fi titles, this issue boasts four stories by Al Williamson. His two pencilled efforts, inked respectively by Reed Crandall, Roy Krenkel and Angelo Torres, are impressively realistic and sophisticated. By contrast, his two collaborations with Jack Kirby are more graphically rendered but fascinating in their [Author: Ted F]
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News: Binwin’s Minions Season 3 + Wintertop Gift!

Scott R. Kurtz: We are pleased as punch to announce that Tavis Maiden & Cory Casoni will be returning for Binwin's Minions Season 3, beginning this January. I can't tell you what a joy it's been to see these ragamuffin minions questing with the greatest adventurer of all time, and I'm honored that Cory & Tavis are returning to tell more of their tales. I’d also like to thank all of you, dear readers, for making this comic possible. Without your support this comic would neve...
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News Post: Snowballs

Tycho: I was eventually able to get Gabe into Bloodborne, and then he got farther than I ever did; I suspect the same may be true for Ashen as well. I don’t know if we have term for Souls-Alike yet, other than souls-alike perhaps, or the tepid, mealy prefix “The Dark Souls Of,” but when I came into our office and asked him how it was going with Ashen said, without looking over, that it was “one of those” and I knew what type of that he meant.  He meant the type of game that doesn’t spare the ...
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I saw Aquaman last night, and as expected, it was big dumb action fun. The best thing about the movie, I thought, was the immersive visuals of the seascapes, from immense glowing underwater cities to abandoned gathering places with giant decaying statues. That’s why I was glad I saw it in the theater, even if it is too long (2 1/2 hours, almost) and could have been more tightly edited. Putting in both Ocean Master (Orm, Arthur’s half-brother, played by [...]
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Sony Accidentally Leaks Player Numbers For PS4 Games

Sony has made a rather vital blunder with its “My PS4 Life” promotion, as statistics generated by the site along with other public information has made it possible for users to calculate how many players there are for countless Sony titles. Sony’s “My PS4 Life” promotion, which allowed PlayStation users to generate statistics for their […]
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Mac mini meets Mac IIci

Mac IIci with a Sonnet eGPU. But this is no ordinary IIci… Hotrodders love to customize and trick out their cars. Whether it’s frame off builds or restomods, it’s always exciting to see what people can do to breathe life into old machines. Why shouldn’t computers be any different? I’ve talked a little about the Mac IIci case I acquired several years ago. My plan, at the time, was to incorporate it into a future Hackintosh build. The best laid plans derailed that dream… but putting...
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When You Add Someone New To Your Friend Group

The LA Clippers use BumbleBFF when they need to fill out a hang sesh. [Author: Bumble BFF]
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Darren Aronofsky-Produced Virtual Reality Seres ‘Spheres’ Coming to New York in 2019

Spheres, the three-part virtual reality series written and directed by Eliza McNitt, executive produced by Darren Aronofsky, and narrated by Millie Bobby Brown, Jessica Chastain, and Patti Smith, is headed to the Big Apple starting next month. The first public viewings of the VR series begin in January at Rockefeller Center, with tickets on sale now. The series invites you to “dive into the heart of a black hole and discover the hidden songs of the cosmos,” which is usually how I feel after the...
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