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Gunjou no Magmel Episode 2 Impression

On this episode, a research facility gets under attacked by kare bear monsters. Meanwhile, Inyou got tasked to rescue them. So it's interesting that they revealed some vague details about Shuuin and how his past is affecting Inyou. Also, the rescue research facility mission and action was just cool. Other than that, I'm liking the male lead's personality more and his partner's. Now what's going to be the next task plot? I'll be looking forward to it. Overall, cool research facility rescue and so...
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Oregon: The Anime

A few weeks ago, a tourist organization called Travel Oregon posted two anime inspired trailers of the Oregon state. The animation is produced by Sun Creature Studios and is heavily inspired on Studio Ghibli. Here are the anime trailers.Also, they even have a Japanese language version of their official website.
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The Post talks to Darrin Bell about his Pulitzer Prize

How the Trayvon Martin tragedy led to Darrin Bell's historic editorial cartooning Pulitzer By Michael Cavna Washington Post April 15 2019 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2019/04/15/how-trayvon-martin-tragedy-led-darrin-bells-historical-editorial-cartooning-pulitzer/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Death Stranding Figure Intricately Detailed

Accomplished video game producer Hideo Kojima has revealed a giant statue of Death Stranding’s protagonist Sam on his Twitter account. Kojima mentions that the giant 1/2 scale statue of Sam is only meant as a prototype and could serve as a reference for future cosplays and fan illustrations. While little concrete information about the game […]
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‘Mary Tyler Moore Show’ actress Georgia Engel dies at 70

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A friend of Georgia Engel, the actress who was part of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” says she has died at age 70. John Quilty, who was also her executor, said Engel died Friday in Princeton, New Jersey. The cause of death wasn’t known because she was a Christian Scientist and […]
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Wolf & Parchment: New Theory Manga Adaptation Announced

Back in mid-March, mangaka Hidori announced they will be adapting Isuna Hasekura’s Wolf & Parchment: New Theory Spice & Wolf light novels into a manga for Kadokawa’s Dengeki Maoh. Wolf & Parchment: New Theory Spice & Wolf is a direct sequel to Hasekura’s Spice & Wolf light novel series, telling the story of Lawrence and Holo’s daughter Myuri […]
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This Comedian Plays Every Cliché Movie Character And It Rules So Hard

Why does every movie scientist rip their glasses off so aggressively Movies have been around for a long time, like we’re talking over 100 years here, and in that time a fair number of cliché characters have emerged and frankly, have been used to death. We’re all aware that these stock characters exist, like the Extremely Brooklyn Police Chief or the Super Immature Rom-Com Male Best Friend, but one man decided to take things a step further and point out just how predictable cookie cutter th...
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Here, Have Some Laughs That Don’t Have Anything To Do With Game Of Thrones

If you’re like me and haven’t seen the premiere yet, let this be a safe place for you Listen. I did not watch Game of Thrones last night. I was tired and figured I’d watch it later this week, which was the worst possible decision and I am a big dumb idiot for it. I don’t know how I’m going to make it through the day without reading spoilers. Mistakes were made, now I have to live with it. So instead of perusing through twitter or reading the news or speaking words to other human beings...
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First Trailer & Poster For Netflix Thriller THE PERFECTION

First look at the upcoming Netflix bound thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Wendy Williams Reportedly Hired a Private Investigator & Confronted Cheating Husband Before Filing for Divorce

Details behind Wendy Williams’ decision to divorce her husband after 21 years of marriage continue to emerge. And it seems Williams filed the papers shortly after confronting her husband about his alleged love child.Williams reportedly had it out with her husband, Kevin Hunter, a few weeks ago after hiring a private investigator.After pressure from Wendy and the PI, Hunter eventually confessed to his wife.A source tells People:“The split is definitely due to Kevin’s ongoing infidelity and that h...
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Wendy Williams Hired a Private Investigator & Confronted Cheating Husband Before Filing for Divorce

Details behind Wendy Williams’ decision to divorce her husband after 21 years of marriage continue to emerge. And it seems Williams filed the papers shortly after confronting her husband about his alleged love child.Williams reportedly had it out with her husband, Kevin Hunter, a few weeks ago after hiring a private investigator.After pressure from Wendy and the PI, Hunter eventually confessed to his wife.A source tells People:“The split is definitely due to Kevin’s ongoing infidelity and that h...
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‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Ending Changed During Production, Kathleen Kennedy Talks About the “Blueprint” to Bring Palpatine Back, and More

With so much conversation centering on J.J. Abrams‘ upcoming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker over the past few days, we’ve searched the galaxy far and wide and gathered some of the best and most interesting bits we could find. So in addition to all of /Film’s more in-depth coverage, keep reading to learn about how the film’s ending changed during filming, why Abrams and Kathleen Kennedy chose that title, their thoughts on Palpatine’s comeback, see how one fan’s cut of the new trailer involves ...
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Studio FOW’s Subverse Kickstarter Bravely Breaking Stretch Goals

Source Filmmaker ero-animation producers Studio FOW – now rebranded as FOW Interactive – have recently started up a Kickstarter for their first ever sci-fi eroge called “Subverse”. The game’s Steam page gives an extensive overview on gameplay and the sexual content players can expect: Welcome to a new era in adult entertainment!  Tired of crappy, […]
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Sargon of Akkad Running for Political Office

YouTube personality Sargon of Akkad, who became one of the more high-profile figures during Gamergate, is running for political office in the European Union. YouTuber Sargon of Akkad announced that he is running for political office. The social commentator has been chosen as a candidate for the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) and hopes to […]
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Watch: ‘Game of Thrones’ Premiere Featured Cameos From Martin Starr and Rob McElhenney, George Lucas Visited the Set, and More

Game of Thrones is back, but even those who are watching closely may have missed a couple of high-profile cameos in last night’s season premiere. Did you catch Martin Starr (Silicon Valley, Party Down, Freaks and Geeks) and Rob McElhenney (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) in small roles? Did you know Star Wars creator George Lucas visited the set during the filming of “Winterfell”? See all of that and more in a great new behind-the-scenes video, head inside the episode to get more insights fr...
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‘Hellboy’ and ‘Missing Link’ Bomb From a ‘Little’ Competition at Weak Weekend Box Office

This weekend’s Hellboy box office was…well, hell. The Neil Marshall-helmed comic book reboot was met with the cold shoulder from audiences on its opening weekend, earning $12 million, beneath reigning champ Shazam! and the Regina Hall comedy Little. But it wasn’t the only anticipated new film to be beaten by a Little competition. Laika’s Missing Link, which earned rave reviews and followed up the stop-motion animation studio’s Oscar-nominated Kubo and the Two Strings, also flopped at the box of...
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‘The Nun 2’ Set to Haunt ‘Luke Cage’ Writer Akela Cooper

While The Nun was critically slammed, there’s no denying the dollar signs that appeared in New Line Cinema’s eyes when the Conjuring spin-off made $365 million worldwide. A sequel was an inevitability. It was just a matter of when, and who would be involved. Now we know at least one name. The Nun 2 is moving forward, with screenwriter Akela Cooper set to write the script. She may not be a household name, but she’s cut her teeth on plenty of genre projects before this, so she has the bonafides t...
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‘Lake Success’ HBO Limited Series Will Star Jake Gyllenhaal as a Narcissist On a Cross-Country Bus Ride

Jake Gyllenhaal will take a trip to Lake Success with a new HBO limited series. Gyllenhaal will star and executive produce the show, adapted from the novel by Gary Shteyngart. In Lake Success, the actor will play a narcissist who abandons his family to take a cross-country bus ride in search of his college girlfriend. This will mark Gyllenhaal’s first foray into playing a main role in a TV series. Sooner or later, everyone either heads to Netflix for HBO. Having already done Netflix with Vel...
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Exclusive ‘Miss Bala’ Clip Goes Behind-The-Scenes of the Gina Rodriguez Action-Thriller

Gina Rodriguez stars in Miss Bala, an action-thriller from director Catherine Hardwicke. Miss Bala drops on Digital this week, arriving on Blu-ray later this month. Below, we have an exclusive Miss Bala clip that will be available on the digital and Blu-ray releases, highlighting the action and stunt work Gina Rodriguez had to undertake for the film. Miss Bala Clip In the exclusive Miss Bala clip above, cast members Gina Rodriguez and Ismael Cruz Cordova, and director Catherine Hardwick...
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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ season 11: Scarlet Envy is just as shocked as you are

There are some "Lipsync For Your Life" battles that even a newbie can call. Then, there are the eliminations where the entire Drag Race fandom's wigs are snatched!
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Top 10 Nisio Isin Characters with the Coolest Names

Famed novelist and writer Nisio Isin (most known for his work on the Monogatari light novels) has served as the subject of this new ranking, tasking voters with determining which of his characters have the “coolest” names and unsurprisingly causing Monogatari to comprise the majority of the list. The ranking: 1. Senjogahara Hitagi (Monogatari) 2. […]
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Science fiction author Gene Wolfe has died

Gene Wolfe, author of “The Book of the New Sun” and other acclaimed works of science fiction and fantasy, died Sunday at the age of 87. According to Locus, his death came after a long struggle with heart disease. While Wolfe was never quite as famous as some of his peers, his writing was loved intensely by his fans. Ursula Le Guin, for example, called him “our Melville,” while Michael Swanwick described him as “the greatest writer in the English language alive today.” That level of praise (and c...
Tags: TC, Media, Entertainment, Tech, Ursula K Le Guin, James Joyce, Melville, Ursula Le Guin, Wolfe, Earthsea, Ulysses, Michael Swanwick, Gene Wolfe, New Sun, Nessus, Death Island

Hulu buys back AT&T’s minority stake in streaming service now valued at $15 billion

Hulu has paid $1.43 billion to buy AT&T’s minority stake in the streaming video company. The companies announced Monday that the transaction valued Hulu at $15 billion. As a result, AT&T’s 9.5 percent stake in Hulu was worth $1.43 billion. The valuation is two-thirds higher than last November when Disney reported in a regulatory filing that the streaming video company was worth $9.26 billion. Hulu is owned through by Hulu LLC, a joint venture of Disney and Comcast. Disney now has a 67 percent...
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Taicho07789 Has Quite the Commanding Presence

Lovers of well-endowed goddesses will likely worship the activities of Taicho07789 as the girl is constantly posting videos and photos of herself, usually wearing sophisticated clothing or skimpy tops, all while putting high emphasis on her impressive chest. The precious woman can be seen wearing all sorts of outfits, though onlookers surely wish they could […]
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George R.R. Martin Talks ‘Game of Thrones’ Ending, Says His Book Conclusion Won’t Be That Different from the Show’s

The eighth season of HBO’s Game of Thrones has begun, leaving only five episodes until the ending of the epic story is unveiled. That story originally began in 1996 when George R.R. Martin published the first book in his A Song of Ice and Fire saga, and as the final season of the show kicks off, the author has weighed in on the parallels between the two endings: the show’s and his planned conclusion for his novels, which is still years away. Read on for his quotes and to find out where he think...
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Watch: A Smile Leads to Danger in Shelly Lauman's Short Film 'Birdie'

A short look at how a simple smile can lead to danger and terror. Birdie is a short film made by filmmaker Shelly Lauman, the next film debuted as part of Fox Searchlight's new online initiative called "Searchlight Shorts". A woman walks alone to the train station. As she descends the stairs to the underground platform she smiles at a young man, and he smiles back. With the smallest of gestures, the woman becomes caught in a subtle and sinister game. Maeve Dermody stars, with Sam Parsonson, Josh...
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Star Wars Celebration Returning to Anaheim for 2020

Star Wars Celebration returning to Anaheim for 2020 At the Closing Ceremony for Star Wars Celebration 2019, Lucasfilm officially announced that you won’t have to wait two years for the convention to return. Star Wars Celebration will be back in 2020 and will return to Anaheim, where the convention was held in 2015. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; ...
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Tiger Woods’ win could have golf industry roaring back

NEW YORK (AP) — Tiger Woods’ win at the Masters could revitalize the golf industry, which has struggled in the past decade while the game’s biggest star was hobbled by issues on and off the course. Bridgestone Golf, whose logo was on the golf balls Woods used, says its website traffic soared after the Sunday […]
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