Atelier Lulua: Atelier Series Release Celebration Sale on Steam

In celebration of Atelier Lulua ~The Scion of Arland~ / ルルアのアトリエ ~アーランドの錬金術士4~ release, Koei Tecmo is having a Atelier series release celebration sale. The sale will include all 6 most recent games for 33 hours. For more details, check out the store sale page. Here's an opening for Atelier Lulua.Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/developer/KOEITECMO/list/46536
Tags: Anime, Koei Tecmo, Arland, Lulua

Judgment Resumes Sale in July Following Controversy

After promptly replacing the old Kyouhei Hamura model following the drug scandal of Pierre Taki (the actor that initially played him) and suspending sales in Japan, Sega has announced Judgment will be returning to stores in Japan. Alongside the announcement, Sega has also unveiled a series of trailers and CMs for the new version: The […]
Tags: Games, Japan, Trailer, Censorship, Anime, Ps4, Sega, Seiyuu, Video Gallery, CM, Pierre Taki, Kyouhei Hamura

Isekai Quartet Episode 7 Impression

On this episode, Subaru and his companions walk to school. Later, they meet up with Ainz and Emilia.I'll have to admit that I was slightly disappointed on this episode, because it doesn't have much comedy compared to the previous episodes. It could be Kazuma is the main comedy starter. Although, they still did some funny references from each anime. Other than that, I liked how Ainz noticed something on Subaru. Now what will happen next? I can't wait to find out. Overall, some decent comedy and ...
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Wednesday, May 22 Filming Locations for Free Guy, Younger, Mr. Robot, & more!

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 22, 2019: Filming in California TV Series: Good Trouble Stars: Maia Mitchell Location: 1100 S Hope St, Los Angeles (6:00 AM – 5:00 PM) TV Series: Ballers Stars: Swayne Johnson Location: 800 Traction Ave, Los Angeles (7:00 AM – 7:00 PM) Filming in Massachusetts Movie: Free […] The post Wednesday, May 22 Filming Locations for Free Guy, Younger, Mr. Robot, & more! appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Massachusetts, Los Angeles, Daily Filming Locations, Maia Mitchell, Swayne Johnson

Former judge files new motions in Jussie Smollett case

CHICAGO (AP) — A former judge who wants a special prosecutor appointed in the Jussie Smollett case is back in court with new motions to obtain her goal. Sheila O’Brien on Tuesday filed three motions in Cook County Circuit Court attempting to get the case before a different judge. At a hearing last week, Judge […]
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‘Tom and Jerry’ Movie Cast Adds Michael Peña as Neither Tom or Jerry

They’re still making that live-action-animation-hybrid Tom and Jerry movie, and the film’s villain has been found. Michael Peña, aka “the best thing about the Ant-Man movies”, has joined the Tom and Jerry movie cast in the role of hotel manager who has it in for the famous cartoon cat and mouse duo. Traditionally, Tom and Jerry are each other’s greatest foe, but I guess they’ll put their differences aside to battle Michael Peña. Deadline broke the news that Michael Peña has joined the Tom an...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Michael-Pena, Chloe Grace Moretz, Tom, Jerry, Park Hotel, Pena, Kayla, Family Films, Tom Jerry, Terrance, Tom And Jerry, Michael Peña Deadline, Jerry Chloe Grace Moretz

George R.R. Martin Possibly Working on Game with From Software

A very short and innocuous statement by accomplished fantasy writer George R. R. Martin (responsible for the Game of Thrones books) following the end of the Game of Thrones TV series has started a rumor mill about a new game he’s involved with. Martin addressed the ending of Game of Thrones on his personal blog […]
Tags: Games, Microsoft, Rumors, Anime, Martin, George R R Martin, Bandai Namco, From Software

HUD Secretary slammed for confusing REO with Oreo cookies

Despite the controversy that has swirled around his tenure, following the Oreo incident, Ben Carson attempted to downplay his apparent confusion.
Tags: Regulations, Radio, Hud, Mortgage, Donald Trump, Oreo, Foreclosure, Ben Carson, Trump, Department of Housing and Urban Development, News Brief, REO, Ben Carlson, Katie Porter, President Trump

‘The Biggest Little Farm’

“Why do farmers farm, given their economic adversities on top of the many frustrations and difficulties normal to farming? And always the answer is: ‘Love. They must do it for love.’” Wendell Berry Bringing it to the Table: On Farming and Food The Biggest Little Farm is an extraordinary film. The documentary directed by John […]
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Superhero Bits: Patty Jenkins Regrets Pushing Back ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, Possible Man-Thing Easter Egg & More

Where is Avengers: Endgame on the domestic box office chart now? Is there a Man-Thing Easter egg in Guardians of the Galaxy? Want to watch the first part of a new Marvel Comics online documentary series about the X-Men? Who was originally also considered for Lois Lane in Man of Steel? Why does Patty Jenkins regret pushing back Wonder Woman 1984 to next summer? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Patton Oswalt talked seeing Avengers: Endgame with his daughter and joining Ma...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Robert Pattinson, Nintendo, Batwoman, Batman, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Marvel Comics, Avengers, X-men, Patton Oswalt, Marvel Studios, Edgar Wright, Supergirl, Loki, Gwen

Non-Fiction Review – Spinning Your Wheels And Talking Endlessly About It

Olivier Assayas is probably the greatest living writer of conversations for the screen, but his latest effort, Non-Fiction, doesn’t quite manage to capitalize on that talent. There’s something to be said for a tag-team match of bibliophiles locked in a print vs. e-book debate that becomes an ironic railing at misguided youth, but without a more interesting purpose guiding things, it all ends up feeling a little hollow. Leonard Spiegel (Vincent Macaigne) is an author whose forte is a genre he ...
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Questionable Content

Google has gotten really strict about "adult content" on websites that host their ads, so this gets some censor bars. You can sign up for my Patreon if you want to see this strip in all its lubey glory.
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Two Hollywood Projects Leave Georgia Due to the State’s Anti-Abortion Law, Alabama Won’t Play ‘Arthur’ Episode Featuring Gay Wedding

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, a new movie set to reunite Oscar-nominated Bridesmaids writers Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, and an Amazon Prime Video show called The Power have abandoned their plans to film in Georgia due to the state’s restrictive anti-abortion law. Meanwhile, the neighboring state of Alabama (which has its own set of Draconian abortion laws in place) refuses to air an episode of the animated series Arthur which depicts the anthropomorphic aardvark’s teacher in a same sex...
Tags: Amazon, Florida, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Alabama, America, Georgia, Aclu, Marvel Studios, Kristen Wiig, Arthur, Abrams, J J Abrams, Kemp, Peele

Batman Dark Knight Returns Issue 4, Kayfabe Commentary

No deep dive of this legendary comic exists online from a cartoonist's perspective, let alone 3 cartoonists! The boys, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, and Tom Scioli continue to unpack the Frank Miller 1986 Batman classic over the course of 4 jam-packed episodes, one chapter at a time! For more videos and deep dives like this make sure to subscribe to the Cartoonist Kayfabe YouTube channel 
Tags: Comics, Video, News, Batman, Graphic Novel, Frank Miller, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Tom Scioli, Lynn Varley, Klaus Janson, Dark Knight Returns, Cartoonist Kayfabe, Cartoonist Kayfabe YouTube, Ed Piskor Jim Rugg, Batman Dark Knight Returns

‘The Current War’ Release Date Set For October After Two Year Delay

After premiering at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, The Current War was set to open in November of that year. The film was supposed to be a Weinstein Company release, but when the sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein effectively killed TWC, The Current War was pulled from the release schedule. Now, the film – which tells the story of the battle between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse – will finally see the light of day. Remember The Current War? It’s okay if ...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Drama, America, Harvey Weinstein, Manhattan, Michael Shannon, Thomas Edison, Edison, Nicholas Hoult, Westinghouse, TWC, Weinstein Company, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, Release Dates, Gomez Rejon

Handwritten wills shake up Aretha Franklin’s estate

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — The discovery of handwritten wills in the home of the late Aretha Franklin could ignite a dispute among family members about the estate of the “Queen of Soul.” She died last August without a formal document to guide her sons about her music, property and other assets. But the newly found […]
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Compass poaches entire Coldwell Banker team

Los Angeles-based WSA Real Estate operates in the tony western half of Los Angeles. Team members are now decamping for Compass, which is not acquiring the entity itself.
Tags: Softbank, Los Angeles, Radio, Agent, Compass, Industry News, Santa Monica, Coldwell Banker, Pacific Union, Brokerage, Select, News Brief, Alain Pinel Realtors, Pacific Union International, Robert Reffkin, Wydler Brothers Real Estate

Game of Thrones Writer Bryan Cogman Joins Amazon’s Lord of the Rings

Game of Thrones writer Bryan Cogman joins Amazon’s Lord of the Rings Former Emmy-winning Game of Thrones writer and co-executive producer Bryan Cogman has joined Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series as a consultant, Variety has confirmed. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeM...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Bbc, Britain, TV News, Jackson, Lord Of The Rings, Peter Jackson, Sauron, Orlando, The Lord Of The Rings, Westeros, Weiss, David Benioff

Minions: The Rise of Gru Revealed as Minions Sequel Title

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Minions: The Rise of Gru revealed as Minions sequel title Universal Pictures has revealed that Illumination’s Minions 2 is titled Minions: The Rise of Gru. The sequel will release in theaters on Friday, July 3, 2020, and will be directed by Kyle Balda (Minions) and Brad Ableson. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.pus...
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‘Aladdin’: Watch Composer Alan Menken Perform a Medley of Disney Songs, and Learn How Will Smith Crafted His Version of Genie

Despite going into Guy Ritchie‘s Aladdin with almost no hope whatsoever, I ended up being won over by the movie. Fans of the original Aladdin won’t be disappointed, and while I’ve grown to be somewhat cynical about Disney remaking its animated classics, this one justifies its existence by making some interesting updates while staying true to its characters. This past weekend, I attended the Aladdin press conference in Beverly Hills, and amid all of the expected answers about singing and dancing...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Robin Williams, Disney, Adaptation, Beverly Hills, Little Mermaid, Will-Smith, Smith, Walt Disney, Remakes, Q&a, Guy Ritchie, Guy, Alan Menken, Jasmine

God of War PlayStation 4 Sales Surpass 10 Million

During a presentation for Sony IR Day 2019, the company revealed that God of War has surpassed 10 million units sold. Apart from showing off the strength and future plans connected to the Sony Interactive Entertainment brand, the multimedia giant has revealed rough sales numbers for a few of their titles: Other accolades for the […]
Tags: Business, Games, Sales, Sony, Anime, Ps4, Sony Interactive Entertainment, God Of War

Compass poaches entire 22-person Coldwell Banker team

Los Angeles-based WSA Real Estate operates in the tony western half of Los Angeles. Team members are now decamping for Compass, which is not acquiring the entity itself.
Tags: Softbank, Los Angeles, Radio, Agent, Compass, Industry News, Santa Monica, Coldwell Banker, Pacific Union, Brokerage, Select, News Brief, Alain Pinel Realtors, Pacific Union International, Robert Reffkin, Wydler Brothers Real Estate

Man indicted in fatal shooting of rapper Nipsey Hussle

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A grand jury has indicted a 29-year-old man in the fatal shooting of rapper Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles. Eric Ronald Holder Jr. was indicted on one count of murder, two counts each of attempted murder and assault with a firearm, and one count of possession of a firearm by a […]
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‘The Whistlers’ Review: A Quirky Crime Drama That Echoes Alfred Hitchcock and Guy Ritchie [Cannes]

When even fans of contemporary Romanian cinema describe the films that achieved global appreciation from a wide swath of cineastes, “funny”, “action packed”, and “plot heavy” are not usual talking points. It’s a country that for decades has generated films that are precisely constructed by often being narratively spare, reveling in character beats and the ennui of boredom in works that stretch hours and hours. This “new wave” was embraced by the same fickle arthouse crowd that now just might f...
Tags: Movies, Michael Bay, Features, Movie Reviews, Alfred Hitchcock, Cannes, Canary Islands, Guy Ritchie, David Simon, Porumboiu, Film Festivals, Corneliu Porumboiu, Hitchcock, Cristi, Festival de Cannes, Featured Stories Sidebar

Concept Art: Tokyo DisneySea’s “Fantasy Springs” Looks Like Pandora Without ‘Avatar’

Today, The Oriental Land Company, which owns the Tokyo Disney Resort and licenses its theme park imagery from The Walt Disney Company, announced that its expansion of Tokyo DisneySea will be called Fantasy Springs. The new land will feature Tangled, Frozen, and Peter Pan-related areas, and now they’ve released some concept art which reveals how the park also seems to be taking inspiration from Disney’s Pandora – The World of Avatar land…only without any Banshees or Na’vi in sight. Check out the...
Tags: Elsa, Movies, Disney, Pandora, Tokyo, Theme Parks, Peter Pan, Anna, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Concept Art, Tokyo Disney Resort, Rapunzel, Neverland, The Walt Disney Company, Disney/Pixar

Nanjiani & Bautista in Another International Trailer for 'Stuber' Comedy

"Take the shot, Stu!" 20th Century Fox has released a new international trailer for action comedy Stuber, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival this year to some early acclaim. Dave Bautista stars as a detective who suddenly recruits his Uber driver into an unexpected night of adventure. Kumail Nanjiani also stars as his driver, with a cast including Iko Uwais, Natalie Morales, Betty Gilpin, Jimmy Tatro, Mira Sorvino, and Karen Gillan. This looks hilarious, and the reviews from SXSW were...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Fox, Sxsw, Stu, Karen Gillan, Bautista, Stuber, Kumail Nanjiani, Nanjiani, Dave Bautista, To Watch, Nanjiani Bautista

Trulia founder Pete Flint’s venture firm NFX raises $275M

NFX splits its investments equally between business-to-business companies and business-to-consumer companies but said that out of 3,000 firms seeking money this year it will ultimately only fund 0.5 percent.
Tags: Technology, Israel, San Francisco, Investing, Radio, Venture Capital, Firefly, Zillow, Zeus, Venture Funding, Ribbon, Trulia, Industry News, Lyric, Select, News Brief

Critic’s Notebook: Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood’ Debuts at Cannes

Our critic says the film plays like a love letter to — and requiem for — the industry the movie’s director loves.
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Quentin Tarantino, Cannes, Tarantino, Pitt, Brad, DiCaprio, Leonardo, Margot, Robbie, Quentin, Cannes International Film Festival, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Movie

Coca-Cola is Bringing Back New Coke and You Can Blame ‘Stranger Things’

Does nostalgia also apply retroactively to things most people hated? Perhaps Stranger Things can pull it off with its upcoming tie-in with New Coke, the infamously despised new recipe of the classic soda that debuted in the summer of 1985, the setting for season 3 of the Netflix sci-fi drama. That’s right, New Coke is back, courtesy of a partnership between Coca-Cola and Netflix, which is hoping to build anticipation for its third season of its flagship sci-fi series with the release of a limit...
Tags: Movies, Coca Cola, Sci-fi, Netflix, New York Times, Coke, Kellogg, Russo, Coca Cola North America, Stranger Things, Business and Industry News, New Coke, Duffer Brothers, Stuart Kronauge, Food/Drink, Coca Cola is Bringing Back New Coke

Terminator: Dark Fate Trailer Will Debut This Thursday!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Terminator: Dark Fate trailer will debut this Thursday! After teasing us a week ago with a shot of the editing bay, director Tim Miller lived up to his word and will reveal the first trailer for the upcoming Terminator: Dark Fate this Thursday morning at 6:00 a.m. PST! Terminator: Dark Fate will see Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger reprising their roles. They will also share the screen with newcomers Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049), Natalia Reyes (Birds of Pas...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Paramount, Hamilton, Mackenzie Davis, Jai Courtney, Tim Miller, Sarah Connor, Kyle Reese, Linda Hamilton, ComingSoon, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna Marvel, Terminator: Dark Fate

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