“Shocking”: Bowsette Not In New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

Those in love with unofficial fan-made character Bowsette have expressed dismay over the fact that “New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe” will likely not have the character included, a conclusion that seemed rather obvious to those not completely blinded by passion for the cute girl. Sites such as IGN mentioned that the official website for […]
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Crumb and Bukowski signed book on sale at Second Story Books

Bukowski, Charles; Crumb, RobertTHERE'S NO BUSINESS [Signed by Bukowski and Crumb] Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1984.     $500  [Author: Mike Rhode]
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Featurette Tells the Story of Captain Pike

Anson Mount, the latest actor to play the role of Captain Christopher Pike, sits down for a new Star Trek: Discovery featurette devoted to the character’s story. Pike has had an interesting trajectory in the Star Trek mythology, and Discovery is attempting to fill in some blanks in his backstory. Watch the Star Trek Discovery featurette below. Star Trek Discovery Featurette Captain Christopher Pike (not to be confused with teen horror story author Christopher Pike) has a curious backsto...
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Zach McGowan as Chuck Wepner in Boxing Film 'The Brawler' Trailer

"I'm Chuck." "I know who you are…" Vertical Entertainment has unveiled the first official trailer for The Brawler, a new boxing film from produce / director Ken Kushner. The Brawler is yet another telling of the true story of boxer Chuck Wepner, a man from Bayonne, New Jersey who becomes an underdog boxer and gets a shot to fight the champ. Chuck is the real life inspiration behind the Rocky movies, and his story was already profiled in another film titled simply Chuck, with Liev Schreiber p...
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Daily Podcast: The Best Movie Moments of 2018 Part 1

On the January 4, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by the whole /Film team, including managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman,  senior writer Ben Pearson , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista , in the first part of a discussion to determine the top 50 movie moments of 2018. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS UR...
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Masters Class in Dad Jokes

Mark Marino is following up on his previous course on "how to write and read fake news" with an unaccredited Masters Class in Dad Jokes: "In this classy class, we’ll explore the ins and outs of jokes only dads would tell. Patronize the patriarchy with us as we explore a form of humor so painful to hear they’re endEARing. You don’t have to be a dad, have a dad, or have bagged a dad (ahem) to be in this course. All it takes is a shameless love a puns and a sense that no joke is too corny. Learn ...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Batman: The Long Halloween’ May Get Animated, ‘Captain Marvel’ Promo Posters & More

Want a sneak peek of Batman coming in the final season of Gotham? Is there a Batman: The Long Halloween animated movie coming soon? Where did the white spider symbol on Venom‘s suit come from? Who was the first major cast member hired for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? What prop did Gotham refuse to let The CW use for Batwoman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Get a peek at Batman making a quick appearance in the promo for the second episode of Gotham‘s final season...
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Black Hollywood filmmakers had a good 2018, but not so great for women movie directors

Two new academic studies conclude that things have gotten worse for female movie directors. Black filmmakers, on the other hand, had a very decent year in 2018, at least according to the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative’s latest “Inclusion in the Director’s Chair” report. The USC study, however, found that of 2018’s 100 top-grossing fictional films, only four – “A Wrinkle in Time,” “Blockers,” “I Feel Pretty” and “The Spy Who Dumped Me” — were directed by women, half the number from 2017. That...
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Peter Jackson Would Be Very Happy to Be Disgusting Again

Peter Jackson is mostly known now for his Lord of the Rings epics, but he launched his career creating ultra-gory horror-comedies that turned him into a kind of cult legend. Jackson hasn’t returned to the horror genre since 1996’s The Frighteners (unless you want to count King Kong as horror) but that doesn’t mean his gross-out days are done. The filmmaker is restoring his early splatter films, which has inspired him to admit he’d love to be “disgusting again.” Will we ever see a new Peter J...
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‘The Old Man and the Gun’ Extended Preview: Robert Redford Makes a Smooth Getaway

Robert Redford may or may not be retiring from the acting business, but if he does, he leaves a spectacular swan song in his wake. And you could soon own that swan song on Blu-ray or DVD. The Old Man and the Gun, which stars Redford as an aging bank robber who pulls off an unprecedented string of heists across the country, is coming soon to home video. But if you’re still not convinced to buy this serene and soulful drama, Fox Searchlight has released an The Old Man and the Gun extended preview...
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“The Car” movie has the scariest trailer I’ve ever seen

Movie poster from Universal Pictures. Scroll down to watch the trailer. “Evil has many forms, now it returns as, The Car. A car possessed. Who knows what it wants? They all know nothing can stop… The Car. There’s nowhere to turn, nowhere to hide. No way to stop, The Car. What evil force drives, The Car?” Happy Friday everyone! It’s good to be back in the swing of things after the holiday. I hope your new year is living up to the hype so far. Before we part for the weekend, I want to share an...
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Catherine PC Port Gets ESRB Rating

A Windows port of reverse-netorare puzzle game Catherine has been all but confirmed after the ESRB added a rating for a “PC version”. A PC port of Catherine appears to have been confirmed only one day after Sega’s enigmatic sheep post, thanks to the ESRB adding a Windows version of the title to its rating […]
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From Cooper to Coogler, AFI Awards brought out the stars

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bradley Cooper, Emily Blunt, Michael B. Jordan and Adam Driver are just a few of the stars and filmmakers who gathered Friday in Los Angeles for the annual American Film Institute Awards. AFI announces its 10 film and 10 television honorees well in advance of the luncheon, making the occasion a […]
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Gamer who beat wife on livestream reinstated by Twitch, which profits from his notoriety

Last month, an Australian Fortnite player who streamed himself beating his wife off-screen while his screaming children watched was charged with assault and banned from Amazon-owned Twitch. But after only two weeks, the service has restored Luke Munday's account and is profiting from his newfound notoriety. Twitch and Munday and Munday’s attorney didn’t respond to requests for comment from The Daily Beast. Munday, who goes by “MrDeadMoth” on Twitch, was a small-time streamer until the night o...
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‘Black Panther’, ‘Crazy Rich Asians’, ‘Roma’, and More Earn PGA Award Nominations for Best Picture

Since 2010, the movie that won the Producers Guild of America award for best picture also went on to win Best Picture at the Oscars six out of eight times. (Only La La Land, The Big Short, and Gravity didn’t take home the top statue at both ceremonies; Gravity shared the PGA prize with eventual Oscar champ 12 Years a Slave in 2013.) That impressive prediction percentage means that folks who care about award season are very interested in which film takes home the PGA prize this year. The PGA Awa...
Tags: Movies, Awards, America, Beverly Hills, Vice, Roma, Screen Actors Guild, John Krasinski, Seuss, Producers Guild, Green Book, Black-Panther, A Star is Born, Crazy Rich Asians, The Favourite, A Quiet Place

‘Hanna’ Teaser: Joe Wright’s Teen Assassin Movie Becomes an Amazon TV Show

David Farr (The Night Manager) co-wrote the screenplay for the 2011 film Hanna, which starred Saoirse Ronan as a girl raised by her father to be the perfect assassin. Now Farr is returning to that story and expanding on the concept in a new TV series for Amazon Prime Video, and the first teaser trailer has arrived. Amazon is calling this teaser “baby heist,” so they certainly know how to get our attention. Hanna TV Show Teaser Knowing the basic premise of this show, what if this baby Han...
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Gamer who attacked wife on livestream reinstated by Twitch (UPDATE: banned again)

Last month, an Australian Fortnite player who streamed himself attacking his wife off-screen while his screaming children watched was charged with assault and banned from Amazon-owned Twitch. But after only two weeks, the service has restored Luke Munday's account and is profiting from his newfound notoriety. Twitch and Munday and Munday’s attorney didn’t respond to requests for comment from The Daily Beast. Munday, who goes by “MrDeadMoth” on Twitch, was a small-time streamer until the night...
Tags: Amazon, Post, Games, News, Bastards, Fassbender, Fortnite, Twitch YouTube, Munday, Luke Munday

PR: Meet comics superstar Jason Aaron this Saturday at Third Eye Annapolis

Jason Aaron launches Conan & more at Third Eye Annapolis! ...
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‘Star Wars Resistance’ Animated Shorts Have Some Fun on the Colossus

The animated series Star Wars Resistance is on a short break right now, but there are a few more episodes left to air later this month. In the meantime, you can hang out with the gang from the Colossus in a new series of animated shorts featuring the show’s characters in a series of mini-adventures. They’re all nearly two minutes long, and you can check out the Star Wars Resistance shorts below. In this one, the droid bucket is missing his helmet, and it makes him feel a little naked. Yes,...
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‘All My Children’ Fired Chadwick Boseman When He Complained About His Stereotypical Character (And Replaced Him With Michael B. Jordan)

Black Panther co-stars Chadwick Boseman and Michael B. Jordan already had a connection before appearing in the Marvel film: they once both played the same role. Boseman worked for a week on the soap opera All My Children, only to be fired after he voiced objections to the racial stereotypes inherent to his character. After his dismissal, Jordan was brought in to fill the part. It’s no secret that Chadwick Boseman and Michael B. Jordan both played the same part on All My Children – anyone cou...
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Ringo Lam, Director of Hong Kong Classic ‘City on Fire,’ Dies at 63

He achieved renown with a string of crime dramas, including a 1987 thriller that influenced Quentin Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs.”
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VR Futanari Sexaroid Momiji Pokes The Man

Futanari fetishists who would prefer the girl penetrate a man rather than a cute female can witness such a scenario in “VR Futanari Sexaroid Momiji“, as players take the role of a male as he and his sex robot Momiji perform all sorts of sexy acts. Players have the option of numerous different positions and […]
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The Drone – a movie where a DJI Phantom drone is possessed by a serial killer

Drones are no stranger to the articles on this website, so a movie that features a drone it’s pretty relevant, right? Well… I don’t even know what to say about this one. Unless this is supposed to be a comedy, and I genuinely can’t tell from the trailer, I cannot think of a dumber idea […] The post The Drone – a movie where a DJI Phantom drone is possessed by a serial killer appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Library of Congress Swann Fellowship applications due in February

With apologies for cross-posting—a reminder that Swann Foundation for Caricature and Cartoon, administered by the Library of Congress is accepting applications for its graduate fellowship, one of the few in the field, for the 2019-2020 academic year. Deadline for applications is February 15, 2019. Please see the following for criteria, guidelines, and application forms: http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/swann/swann-fellow.html   Please email [email protected] or call (20...
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New Mutants #36 - Barry Windsor Smith cover

Barry Windsor Smith New Mutants v1 #36, 1986 - Similar in tone to earlier issues on the title, Barry Windsor Smith's cover exudes a dark, sinister feel. Kitty Pryde of the X-men is bound and suspended in marionette-like fashion. A sword, a satanic symbol, and numerous skulls surround her limp figure. Smith's terrific pencils are further augmented by the eerily cool color palette. Other artists [Author: Ted F]
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News Post: Fish Are Friends

Tycho: I like comics when I read them but I always forget they are there.  I’m not trying to speak with insufficient reverence, I’m just a finite creature.  However it came to be, I’ve always been around artists for some reason and they’ve kept me up to date with stuff but I can’t pretend to any kind of true membership in the sanctum. If I watch a DC movie, it’s generally on one of the planes I have to board all the time.  Outside of Wonder Woman, generally speaking they seem kind of confused...
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Best-Selling Books Week Ended December 29. FICTION 1. “Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild” by Dav Pilkey (Graphix) 2. “The Meltdown (Diary of a Wimpy Kid 13)” by Jeff Kinney (Amulet Books) Most Read Stories'Seattle-ization'? American cities fear what's happened here | FYI GuyNordstrom co-President Blake Nordstrom, who treated employees like family, is dead at […]
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Academy Awards Organizers Are Open to Kevin Hart Returning as Oscars Host [Updated]

Update: Variety now reports that “key parties involved in the annual Oscars telecast are open to the return of Kevin Hart as host” if he wants the job. Our original article from this morning follows. People have noticed that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have yet to choose a 2019 Oscars host following the exit of their first choice, Kevin Hart. But, according to Ellen DeGeneres, that’s because they’re waiting for him to return. Hart stepped down from the Oscars hosting gig fol...
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The ‘Bird Box’ house is in Monrovia and fans are flocking to see it and take (blindfolded) selfies

Fans pose for pictures with blindfolds in front of the home at the corner of Canyon Blvd. and Greystone that was used in the Netflix series Bird Box on Friday, January 4, 2019 in Monrovia, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) A Brazillian family made the “Bird Box” house one of their stops during their week-long trip to California Friday morning. (Photo by Tyler Evains) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds April Le of San Dimas left two ribbons th...
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