5 Best Will Forte Roles

5 Best Will Forte Roles A Saturday Night Live alum who easily managed to transcend his sketch comedy gig early on, Will Forte never stopped pursuing bigger and better things throughout his tenure on the most popular live comedy show of our time. Since leaving the show, Forte has made a name for himself across the world of comedy and has even managed to infiltrate the world of dramatic film. He deserves to be regarded with the same reverence as Kristen Wiig, Andy Samberg, Will Ferrell, Tina F...
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Saiyuki Reload Blast Coming Out of Hiatus

Ichijinsha’s Comic Zero Sum magazine has revealed Kazuya Minekura’s Sayuki Reload Blast manga is coming back from an 18-month hiatus. Kazuya Minekura’s original 1997 Sayuki manga (loosely based on the Chinese novel “Journey to the West”) tells the story of the monk Genjyo Sanzo, the monkey king Son Goku, the half-demon Sha Gojyo, and Cho Hakkai, a man […]
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Monolith Soft Now Hiring Legend of Zelda Staff

Japanese developer Monolith Soft, known for creating the highly popular Xenoblade Chronicles RPGs, has announced that they are now recruiting additional staff for the Legend of Zelda series. The new recruitment page lists programmers, technical artists, planners, and a project manager as open positions. Neither Nintendo or Monolith Soft have announced a new The Legend […]
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‘Gotham’ Series Finale Poster Brings Out Batman

After five seasons, Batman is finally showing up on Gotham…just in time for the series finale! The Dark Knight will show his cape and cowl for the first (and final) time on the Fox series in the forthcoming two-part season finale. The series is on a break, but will be returning for its final two episodes next month. And then we’ll never see Batman again! Just kidding, he already has a new movie on the horizon. All things considered, it’s kind of impressive that Gotham, a show set in the Batm...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Batman: Hush’ Movie Voice Cast Announced, Listen to the ‘Shazam!’ Theme & More

Want to make some Black Panther waffles? When does Gotham come back from hiatus to finish the final season? Want to know the voice cast for the Batman: Hush animated series? What disgusting way do fans want to see Ant-Man take down Thanos? Care to listen to the theme from Shazam! right now? Is there a problem with the statistics behind the snap of Thanos? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Marvel Comics is going all out for their War of the Realms event, going so far to c...
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HBO Developing New Epic Fantasy Series Based on Comic Book Series ‘Asunda’

With Game of Thrones set to slay its last White Walker this year, HBO is eager to find its next hit fantasy series. The network has begun development on the epic fantasy series Asunda, based on the comic book universe of the same name created by Sebastian A. Jones. The Asunda TV series will center on an orphan girl born of two nations who must battle an ancient enemy in a “culturally rich world” that looks to be even more diverse than Game of Thrones Deadline reports that HBO has begun devel...
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‘The Ritual’ Director David Bruckner Will Take Audiences ‘Out There’

David Bruckner, a filmmaker whose credits include work in anthology horror film V/H/S and Southbound, and the recent Netflix fright flick The Ritual (seen above), has lined-up his next project, and it sounds pretty cool. Bruckner will helm Out There, a sci-fi thriller described as being in the same vein as The Mist, minus the supermarket setting. More on the Out There movie below. Deadline broke the news about David Bruckner’s new movie, Out There. The thriller hails from a spec script by Ia...
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Review: Tim Burton's Live-Action 'Dumbo' Movie Lives up to Its Name

Originally based on the storyline written by Helen Aberson and Harold Pearl, 1941's Dumbo was the fourth animated feature film made by Walt Disney Productions, following up Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Pinocchio (1940), and Fantasia (1940). Originally conceived as a short film, Dumbo was reworked as a low-budget feature to help recoup the financial losses of Pinocchio and Fantasia. Made for half the cost of Snow White, the 64-minute film turned a profit, earning $1.6 million during...
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Watch: Sun Worshiper Comedy Short 'Bronzed' Directed by Mike Egan

"Now you just soak up the sun here, Sheryl Crowe." There's nothing like a dark comedy to lighten up the mood, right? Bronzed is a short film straight out of the SXSW Film Festival earlier this month, from the Midnight category. Written and directed by Mike Egan, the short stars fellow filmmaker Linas Phillips, with Johnny Pemberton. What is it about? Neo-sun worshiper Martin prepares to appease the solar Gods with ritual human sacrifice. But first he needs a spray tan. This is another one of...
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Freaky Official Trailer for Reverend Mother Horror Film 'The Convent'

"Something horrible had happened here many years ago. This place is damned." Vertical Entertainment has unveiled an official trailer for a horror film titled The Convent, which first premiered at FrightFest last year. Set in the 17th Century, the story is about a young woman who is saved from execution and sent to a priory to repent her sins but discovers a greater evil lies within. Persephone, played by Hannah Arterton, is plagued with terrifying visions upon arrival and soon realizes that ...
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Ridley Scott and Sigourney Weaver Give Plenty of Praise ‘Alien’ High School Play That Went Viral

Last weekend, a high school stage production of Alien went viral when images and video of the impressive play by a New Jersey drama club hit the web. The hype was enough to gain the attention of the official Alien Anthology account from 20th Century Fox (which may be in the hands of a Disney employee now), but now the students will be riding a whole new wave of pride thanks to some praise from Alien director Ridley Scott and the film’s star Sigourney Weaver. First up, Ridley Scott wrote a let...
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10 Best Maya Rudolph Roles

10 Best Maya Rudolph Roles Known for her tenure on Saturday Night Live throughout the 1990s and into the 2000s, Maya Rudolph is one of the most memorable and impressive performers in the show’s history. Often seen accompanying Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, or Will Ferrell in countless iconic sketches, Rudolph really came into her own and was given the chance to show her power as a solo performer once she left the show. Since then, the actress has managed to impress audiences and critics alike acros...
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Divinity: Fallen Heroes Tactical RPG Announced

Developer Larian Studios (responsible for Divinity: Original Sin) has announced a new tactical RPG game set in the universe of Divinity: Original Sin 2. A quick summary of the features contained in Divinity: Fallen Heroes via the newly revealed website: Divinity: Fallen Heroes is a new tactical game oozing with RPG elements, set in the […]
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The First Word Podcast - Jordan Peele's 'Us', feat. Aaron Neuwirth

"They look exactly like us. They think like us. They know where we are. We need to move and keep moving. They won't stop until they kill us… or we kill them." On this episode of The First Word podcast we dive right into a full-on, discussion covering all aspects of Jordan Peele's new horror film Us, his second feature following the highly successful Get Out (from 2017). Friends Alex Billington (@firstshowing) and Mike Eisenberg (@Eisentower30) team up to bring you a podcast providing in-depth ...
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Robert Townsend doc on ‘The 5 Heartbeats’ earns NAACP nod

NEW YORK (AP) — Some of us understand the heartbreak of finding out our favorite band has broken up, but few can actually turn that dismay into a cult classic. That’s what Robert Townsend did with “The Five Heartbeats.” According to the 62-year old filmmaker, it was hearing that David Ruffin was leaving The Temptations […]
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Lyft Raises $2.2B in IPO, Pegging Valuation at Over $24B

Investors eager to bet on the mobility industry’s future handed ride-hailing company Lyft $2.2 billion in new capital Thursday as the company completed an IPO that set its market capitalization at $24.3 billion, The New York Times reported.Lyft sold 30.8 million shares at $72 apiece, according to Renaissance Capital—the top of a new range that Lyft originally set at $62 to $68. The company was valued at $15.1 billion at the time of its last fundraising in mid-2018.Lyft’s pricey showing rivals A...
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‘Sex and the City’ Sequel Show in the Works, But The Original Cast Might Not Return

Paramount TV is developing a Sex and the City sequel series based on an upcoming book from author Candace Bushnell, who wrote the book that inspired the mega-hit HBO show and two feature films. But it seems unlikely that the original show’s cast will reunite for this follow-up story. Learn more about the new TV series below. Bushnell, who wrote Sex and the City, Lipstick Jungle, and The Carrie Diaries (all of which have been adapted into TV shows), has a new book coming out this summer calle...
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‘Chernobyl’ Trailer: HBO Paints a Haunting Picture of the Worst Nuclear Disaster in History

Just the name “Chernobyl” is enough to evoke a sense of dread. The new HBO miniseries Chernobyl is diving deep into why that dread exists. Written and executive produced by Craig Mazin in The Hangover writer’s first foray into drama, and starring Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgard and Emily Watson, Chernobyl is a five-part miniseries that dramatizes the 1986 nuclear disaster that devastated the small, now-abandoned Ukrainian town of Pripyat and released radioactive material across Belarus, Russia,...
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Queen Nimue Tempts Hellboy in a New Preview Scene

Queen Nimue Tempts Hellboy in a New Preview Scene In the world of Hellboy, the immortal sorceress, Nimue, was once the Lady of the Lake. She was the one who gave Excalibur to King Arthur, which helped him reign in Camelot. But the centuries have not been kind to Nimue, despite her ageless features. She’s the mother of monsters, and her children have been devastated by humanity. Now, Nimue wants her revenge. But in a new preview scene from Hellboy, she sees even more possibilities. ...
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Keanu Reeves' Most Spectacular Sci-Fi Roles

A look at the sci-fi CV of Keanu Reeves. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Release Review - LORDS OF CHAOS

The scuzzy story of the founders of Norwegian Black Metal. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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“I love human beings as the monster, as the horror.” Exploring the Twilight Zone elements of Us

I very much enjoyed Us, in part because one can brood on its mysteries indefinitely. Here is Aisha Harris' thoughts on the Twilight Zone elements of Jordan Peele's film. [Author: The Film Doctor ]
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Win Season 2 Of Icelandic Thriller TRAPPED On DVD

Season 2 of Trapped comes to UK DVD April 1st and we've got two copies to give away. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Sexy Trinity Seven Movie Teases the Release

The nearly imminent Trinity Seven Heavens Library and Crimson Lord movie has teased some of its highlight scenes a mere day before launch, naturally focusing heavily on the movie’s abundance of erotic scenes to ensure at least a couple more buyers. While the highlight video features scenes from previous trailers, it depicts a little bit […]
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Billboard removes rapper Lil Nas X from country chart

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Billboard has told rapper Lil Nas X to take his horse and giddy up by removing his viral hit “Old Town Road” from their country charts because they said it wasn’t country enough. The song became a dance meme and features references to the video game “Red Dead Redemption 2,” and […]
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All The British Men Are Starring in Sam Mendes’ World War I Drama ‘1917’

Make way for British Men: The Movie. No, that’s not actually the name of this new movie, but it may as well be judging by the sheer amount of pale white skin and sharp cheekbones that its cast shares. The film is Sam Mendes‘ latest effort, a World War I drama titled 1917, which takes place on a single day at the height of the Great War. The 1917 cast has just added British heartthrobs young and old to its numbers, including Colin Firth, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Richard Madden. The Wrap repo...
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First Real Teaser for André Øvredal's 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark'

"You don't read the book, the book reads you." CBS Films has revealed the first full teaser trailer for the horror adaptation of the beloved book series Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, produced by Guillermo del Toro. And it looks creepy as hell, with a number of stories from the books coming to life in the freakiest of ways. The film is actually directed by Norwegian filmmaker André Øvredal (Trollhunter, The Autopsy of Jane Doe), and it's also produced by and co-written by del Toro. The h...
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