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‘The Battle of Winterfell’ Finally Went Down And, Uhhhh, Oh My GOD

SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS HO-LY SHIT. Last night’s episode of Game of Thrones was possibly the most intense moment in television history and I am still recovering. The stress of watching the Battle of Winterfell probably took two years off my life but god damn that was so satisfying it’s worth it. If you haven’t watched it yet, do not read any further. Stay off the internet. Avoid all human contact. Honestly, don’t even go outside until you’ve seen it. This should be priority number one. ...
Tags: Humor, Jon Snow, Sam, Arya Stark, Gracie Hughes, Kfc, Jon, Edd, Arya, Theon, Jorah, Brienne, David Leavitt, Dan Amira, ARYA EFFIN STARK Gendry, Micah Peters


How to get your own Netflix Special

If you’re like me you log onto Netflix and have no idea what to watch. The Home Page is filled with a dizzying assortment of thumbnails for shows and documentaries and specials – most of which I’ve... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Kimetsu no Yaiba Episode 4 Impression

On this episode, Urokodaki starts sending Tanjirou for the upcoming trial. Later, Tanjirou fights a demon who is connected to his master's past. So it was interesting to see a strong demon who wants revenge by killing Urokodaki's disciples. Also, they fully revealed the two children who assisted our male lead. Other than that, they left a cliff hanger on an action scene which is kinda lame. Now what's going to happen next? I literally can't wait to find out because of that specific cliff hanger....
Tags: Anime, Kimetsu, Tanjirou, Urokodaki


Gunjou no Magmel Episode 4 Impression

On this episode, Inyou and Zero encounters a miracle worker named Verena. Later, Inyou recalls his past while Zero investigates her. Whoa, this plot got really dark because of Verena's true nature. Also, seeing more of Inyou's past with Shuuin was interesting. Other than that, they finally revealed some of Zero's past and even some more cute moments of her. Now what's going to be the next rescue plot? I'll be definitely looking forward to it. Overall, nice dark miracle worker plot and some more ...
Tags: Anime, Zero, Verena, Inyou, Shuuin, Verena Later Inyou


Iron Man #53 - Jim Starlin art

Iron Man v1 #53, 1972 - Jim Starlin lends a hand to regular artist George Tuska, pencilling a handful of pages. Their vastly dissimilar styles make it relatively easy to distinguish which pages were drawn by whom. Page 18 appears to be completely by Starlin (see interior page below) whereas on pages 23, 26 and 27 he appears to have drawn only a panel or two. In general, his figures appear [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Ted F, Jim Starlin, Starlin, George Tuska


Usakichi’s Saber Alter Cosplay Quite Dignified

Serious cosplayer Usakichi has donned the blackest of dresses and armor to showcase her completely dignified Artoria Pendragon Saber Alter cosplay, looking certain to easily appeal to the character’s countless number of fans. More of the beautiful noir cosplay:  
Tags: Games, Anime, Cosplay, Image Gallery, Fate/Grand Order, Usakichi


This Hilarious 90’s Makeup Tutorial Legit Gave Me War Flashbacks

I can’t believe I used to think this looked GOOD The 90’s were a special, special time. It was a decade that gifted us with great hip-hop and top tier boy bands, the best after school cartoons, and some primo slang — can we please start saying “talk to the hand” again? I think it’s time to bring that back. However, the 90’s were also possibly the worst years in human history when it comes to fashion and makeup trends. Offensively bright blue eyeshadow all the way up to ex...
Tags: Humor, Gracie Hughes, Instagram and Youtube


A Discerning Palate

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‘Avengers: Endgame’ Brought Back One MCU Star with Recycled Footage

There are a lot of surprising (and not-so-surprising) cameos in Avengers: Endgame. While almost all of these involved the original actors returning to reprise their previous roles, there was one specific case that resorted to recycling unused footage. You probably could’ve guessed this while watching the scene in question play-out, but now it’s been confirmed. See which MCU star was brought back with recycled footage below. Beware of major spoilers. During Avengers: Endgame, Thor and Rocket ...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Thor, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Russo brothers, Jane, Portman, Russo, Russos, Jane Foster, Anthony Russo, MCU, Comic Book/Superhero, Thor: The Dark World, Natalie-Portman


John Singleton’s ‘Boyz’ ranks with best L.A. movies of all time

John Singleton’s masterpiece, “Boyz n the Hood,” illuminated a part of Los Angeles that white audiences had rarely seen in movies, a place that touched hearts even as it revealed grim truth. The 1991 film launched Singleton’s directing career, and the acting careers of Ice Cube, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Morris Chestnut. It also captured the essence of a real story about a part of Los Angeles that, at the time, was grossly ignored by the mainstream media. A year after Boyz’ release, 63 people died in...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, La, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Dennis Hopper, Morris Chestnut, Philip K Dick, Chinatown, Valley, Boyz, Santa Ana, South Central Los Angeles, Fast Times


Superhero Bits: Chris Pratt’s Illegal ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Set Video, DC Universe Yearly Subscription Deal & More

When did Captain America first shout, “Avengers assemble!” in the comics? Want to sign up for a year of DC Universe for just $60? Can a fan petition convince Disney and Marvel to release the IMAX version of Avengers: Endgame on Blu-ray? What did Joss Whedon think of Avengers: Endgame? Want to see an illegal video Chris Pratt took from the set of Avengers: Endgame?  All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Get your self some tasty fiery fondue inspired by the flaming head of Gho...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Disney, America, Los Angeles, Gotham, Chris Pratt, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Joss Whedon, Ben Bornstein, Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Captain-America, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Iron-Man


How to Train Your Dragon Trilogy – Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes

In our final Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes review (for a while, at least), Jason and Kurt review all three films in Dreamworks’ How to Train Your Dragon trilogy. Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/multiplex10 Like us on Facebook http://facebook.com/multiplex10 Subscribe to us on YouTube  http://youtube.com/c/multiplex10cinemasDirected, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin Written by Gordon McAlpin and Joe Dunn Producers: Tom Brazelton and Joe Dunn Starring: Tom ...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Dreamworks, How To Train Your Dragon, Jason, Kurt, Joe Dunn, Tom Brazelton, The Web Series, Gordon McAlpin, Kurt Gordon McAlpin, Movie Minutes, Avrom Honig, Tom Brazelton Joe Dunn, Christopher Niessl, Kirk Damman Amy Guth Robert Hornak


Samurai Shodown Remake Ukyo Tachibana Trailer Cuts Deep

SNK has revealed a new Samurai Shodown remake character trailer via the Shoryuken publication, which stars the grief and illness-stricken swordsman Ukyo Tachibana. Ukyo is an expert Iaijutsu swordsman ill with tuberculosis. Despite having several women chasing for his affections, he only treasures Kei Odagiri. He avoids developing further feelings for her due to his […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Fighting Games, SNK, Nintendo Switch, Samurai Spirits, Ukyo Tachibana, Ukyo Tachibana Ukyo, Iaijutsu, Kei Odagiri


‘The Twilight Zone’ Season 2 Ordered by CBS All Access

CBS All Access wants to journey even further into another dimension with Jordan Peele, so they’ve gone ahead and ordered a second season of Peele’s Twilight Zone reboot. Peele’s star-studded reimagining takes Rod Serling’s classic sci-fi series and adapts it for our own current, increasingly weird timeline. More on The Twilight Zone season 2 below. THR has confirmed CBS All Access has ordered a second season  of The Twilight Zone from producers Jordan Peele and Simon Kinberg. “Jordan Peele a...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Cbs, The Twilight Zone, Cbs All Access, Rod Serling, Peele, Simon Kinberg, Jordan Peele, Serling, Netflix CBS, Simon Kinberg Jordan Peele, Julie McNamara Jordan Simon


Appreciation: John Singleton was a giant of African-American, and L.A., cinema

This July 13, 1991 file photo shows filmmaker John Singleton, who made the movie “Boyz N The Hood,” in Los Angeles. The family for Singleton says the filmmaker will be taken off life support Monday, April 29, 2019, after suffering a stroke almost two weeks ago. In a statement Monday, Singleton’s family said it was “an agonizing decision, one that our family made over a number of days with the careful counsel of John’s doctors.” (AP Photo/Bob Galbraith, File) In this Nov. 14, 2015 file photo, ...
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‘Rugrats’ Movie Hires ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ Sequels Director David Bowers to Watch the CG Babies

Hey, remember last summer when Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon announced that they were working on a new Rugrats movie? But instead of being another animated take on the mischievous, precocious babies who started as a NickToon back in 1991, this new feature film adaptation was said to be a hybrid of live-action and computer animation used to bring the babies to life. Apparently no one at Paramount or Nickelodeon has realized what a horrifying idea this is, because the project now has a direc...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Nickelodeon, Tommy, Chuckie, Bowers, Susie, David-Bowers, TV To Film Adaptation, David Goodman, Rugrats, Nicktoon, CG Babies, Tommy Pickles Chuckie Finster Phil


Notable reaction to the death of filmmaker John Singleton

NEW YORK (AP) — Notable reaction to the death of “Boyz N the Hood” filmmaker John Singleton: “With His Passion, His Heart, The Way He Talked About His Love For Cinema And Black Folks I Could See John Would Make It Happen. And He Did. From Day One.” — Spike Lee, via Instagram. “So sad […]
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Washington state’s poet laureate wins $100,000 fellowship for poetry events along the Columbia River

With the fellowship money, Claudia Castro Luna plans to hold a series of poetry writing workshops and readings along the entire length of the Columbia River.
Tags: Books, News, Entertainment, Washington, Columbia River, Claudia Castro Luna


Stan Lee’s Final Cameo in ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Explained by the Russo Brothers

Avengers: Endgame brings about the end of an era for the Marvel Cinematic Universe that started with Iron Man in 2008. But Stan Lee‘s passing in 2018 brought the end of an era that began all the way back in 1961. But fittingly, both eras are wrapped up in one final cameo from the comic book titan in Avengers: Endgame. The 22nd film in the MCU was the site of Stan Lee’s final cameo, directors Anthony and Joe Russo confirmed, putting to bed rumors that he had shot footage for this summer’s upcomi...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Stan-Lee, Avengers, Easter Eggs, Marvel Studios, Russo brothers, Anthony, Joe, Lee, Nuff, Stan, Steppenwolf, Russo, Joe Russo, MCU


Ask The Salty Waitress: What are the rules of sneaking food into a movie?

Dear Salty: My adult daughter and I go to a couple movies together every month. It’s one of our rare bonding activities and I really look forward to it. But wow, theater food is expensive! I’ve taken to bringing in our own snacks in my bag, which seems to work fine. But for longer movies or ones that start around meal…Read more...
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MTV Video Music Awards is heading to New Jersey

NEW YORK (AP) — The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards has a new home: New Jersey. The network announced Monday that its annual awards show will take place Aug. 26 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The VMAs are typically held in New York, though it has also taken place in Los Angeles, […]
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Emile Hirsch is Peel in Trailer for Quirky Coming-of-Age Drama 'Peel'

"I'm happy you're still alive." Sony Pictures has debuted an official trailer for an indie coming-of-age film titled simple Peel, from director Rafael Monserrate. This just premiered at the Santa Barbara Film Festival earlier this year, and is heading straight to VOD for release in May. Emile Hirsch stars as Peel, a sheltered boy who grew up within the confines of his childhood home. When his mother dies, he must venture out into the world alone and figure out how to survive, and how to find...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Santa Barbara Film Festival, Sony Pictures, Emile Hirsch, Indies, To Watch, Jacob Vargas, Rafael Monserrate


Hong Kong Man Beaten up Over Avengers: Endgame Spoilers

An unfortunate man in Hong Kong was brutalized by a mob after spoiling the Avengers: Endgame movie in front of a crowded theater. Reportedly, the man in question left the movie theater located at the significantly crowded Hong Kong Causeway Bay area and began shouting out spoilers, only to get beaten by several people waiting […]
Tags: Hong Kong, Crime, Movies, Marvel, International, Assault, Anime, Hong Kong Causeway Bay


‘Almost Famous’ Musical Will Premiere in San Diego This Fall

Cameron Crowe‘s Almost Famous will jump from screen to stage this fall, as an Almost Famous musical heads to San Diego. Based on Crowe’s acclaimed 2000 film about a teen journalist on assignment with an up-and-coming rock band, the new musical will feature music by Tom Kitt, with lyrics by Kitt and Crowe. More on Almost Famous: The Musical below. Almost Famous It’s been almost 20 years since Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous enchanted everyone (except me), and now the rock drama is headed t...
Tags: Movies, Dave, Stage, Elton John, San Diego, William, Musical, Rolling Stone, Cameron-Crowe, Hamilton, Crowe, Stillwater, Lin Manuel Miranda, Kitt, Tom Kitt, Old Globe


Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights Unleashing Universal Monster-Themed Attractions This Year

Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is bringing its classic Universal Monsters (sorry, Dark Universe) to life with a new maze inspired by the 1943 film Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, and a new haunted house attraction, too. The maze will take the elements of the classic movie, and update them for the 21st century – whatever that means. Maybe the Wolf Man will use SnapChat. Guests will also be “hunted” by other Universal Monsters, including that blood-sucking fiend Dracula, at a new Universal ...
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John Singleton’s Boyz n the Hood Was Just the Start of a Fearless, Trailblazing Career

The Oscars So White debacle of 2015 opened a galvanizing conversation about how filmmakers of color might carve out greater opportunity in Hollywood. But that battle is hardly a new one, and in the early 1990s, John Singleton, who died Monday at age 51 following a stroke, was at the forefront. Singleton’s 1991 debut Boyz…
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Uncategorized, Remembrance, Singleton, John Singleton, Onetime


Where to Stream John Singleton’s Six Best Films

The Oscar-nominated director died Monday at the age of 51. The movies he made in his first decade showcased a filmmaker of variety and intelligence.
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John Singleton: Where to Stream the Director’s Six Best Films

The Oscar-nominated director died Monday at the age of 51. The movies he made in his first decade showcased a filmmaker of variety and intelligence.
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Alternate ‘Endgame’ Storylines Revealed by ‘Avengers’ Screenwriters

Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely sat down with the New York Times for an incredibly detailed interview delving into the epic conclusion to the Infinity Saga. During the interview, Markus and McFeely detail several alternate Endgame storylines that they kicked around before arriving at what happens in the final film. Major spoilers follow. Before and After the Snap One of the biggest problems Markus and McFeely say they ran into in cra...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, New York Times, Sequels, Thor, Thanos, ` Avengers, Marvel Studios, Hawkeye, Robert Redford, Tony, Bruce Banner, Redford, Kevin Feige, Markus, Joe Russo


How Could Endgame Effect Doctor Strange 2?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW How could Endgame effect Doctor Strange 2? Now that Avengers: Endgame is in wide release, ComingSoon.net is speculating on how the events in that movie could play into what takes place is director Scott Derrickson’s forthcoming Doctor Strange 2. SPOILERS BEWARE!!! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { ...
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