/Filmcast Ep. 519 – Aladdin

When Devindra is away, David and Jeff come out to watch the latest Disney live-action Aladdin. Together with Aisha Harris from the New York Times, the cast find out whether the remake live up to the original 1992 version. Read Aisha Harris’s article in the New York Times on why the reiteration doesn’t make Disney more progressive, and Anisa Khalifa’s blog post on why the casting can’t solve its flawed foundations.  Check out Jeff Cannata’s new D&D show Dungeon Run. Listen to David’s other podca...
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News Post: Like Dauntles and PAX?

Gabe: I’ve been playing a ton of Dauntless recently. It’s a monster hunting game and when someone finds the behemoth they fire a flare up into the sky to alert the other slayers. The Dauntless folks have been coming to PAX for a few years and giving out these cool PAX flares that you can equip in game. Essentially it launches a big firework into the sky that spells out PAX. It will work on any platform but the steps to redeem the code are a little convoluted. I’m going to post them here just to ...
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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Unleashes Devastating Weapons

The official Capcom YouTube channel has started posting a series of video promoting weapons that players can wield in the upcoming Monster Hunter: World expansion “Monster Hunter World: Iceborne”. The trailers showcase the Clutch Claw (allowing players to hold on to monsters while dealing even more damage) and the more straightforward Great Sword and Long […]
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Joel Kinnaman to Return as Rick Flag in The Suicide Squad!

Joel Kinnaman set to return as Rick Flag in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad Joel Kinnaman has let the world know that he will indeed return as Rick Flag for James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. The actor revealed the news via his Instagram account (via JoBlo), where he snapped a picture at a gun range where he will begin “easing into that squad preppppp …” Check out the full message below! RELATED: The New Gods Movie: Tom King to Co-Write Screenplay with Ava DuVernay PB ...
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 2 Recap

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 2 Recap To close out our recaps of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina , we are recapping the major storylines of Season 2. The Herald of Hell After signing her name in the Book, Sabrina embraced her witch side this season. With Lilith’s guidance, Sabrina performed perversions of Jesus’s miracles. By doing so, she fulfilled a prophecy and became the Herald of Hell, who would usher in the apocalypse. PB = PB |...
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Movies And TV Shows With Interesting Aspect Ratios

Movies and TV shows with interesting aspect ratios Comingsoon.net is taking a look at some of the most unique aspect ratios across film and television history. Check out our selections in the gallery below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([0, 0], [[30...
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Vivendi's Radionomy To End US Streaming This Week

Radionomy, which allowed users to create online radio stations, will shut down U.S. streaming at the end of this week.The announcement offered to migrate stations to Shoutcast for Business. U.S. music licensing rates set by the Copyright Royalty Board made streaming to U.S. listeners unsustainable for the company, according to RAIN. Radionomy is 64% owned by Vivendi, which also owns Universal Music Group.  Shoutcast and Winamp are also Radionomy owned companies. [Author: Bruce...
Tags: Music, Radio, Streaming, Vivendi, Music Business, Music Tech, Broadcast & Satellite, Bruce Houghton, Copyright Royalty Board, Winamp, Radionomy, RAIN Radionomy, Universal Music Group Shoutcast

Review: ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ Food is Colorful, Offbeat, and Often Delicious

(Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens this week and it’s too big and too immersive to be contained in a single review. Our extensive coverage will be collected here.) Like any theme park land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland features a variety of food for you to enjoy, all of it themed as if it came from a galaxy far, far away. We had food we loved, food we liked, food that barely missed the mark, and yes, food that we didn’t even finish because…yuck. When you visit Black Spire Ou...
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Zack Snyder’s ‘Army of the Dead’ Cast Adds Ella Purnell as Dave Bautista’s Daughter

Zack Snyder‘s first post-DCEU film is Army of the Dead, an action movie about mercenaries trying to pull off a heist during a zombie outbreak. Dave Bautista was previously announced as the star of the film, and now more Army of the Dead cast members have joined the team. Most notable among the bunch is Ella Purnell, who will play Bautista’s daughter. More on the Army of the Dead cast below. The Wrap is reporting Ella Purnell, who appeared in Kick-Ass 2 and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar ...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Avengers’ Game News Coming to E3, Chris Hemsworth Almost Played Gambit & More

Want to see the next installment of the Marvel Comics documentary series Seminal Moments? Are you ready to learn more about the upcoming Avengers video game at E3? What did David Harbour‘s remake of Hellboy make in its entire domestic run? Is Millie Bobby Brown in The Eternals or not? Why was the ending of Dark Phoenix reshot? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Watch the next installment of Seminal Moments from Marvel Comics, looking back at the first issue of X-Men. Marv...
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Review: ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ Shops Offer Awesome Merchandise for Casual Fans and Serious Collectors Alike

(Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens this week and it’s too big and too immersive to be contained in a single review. Our extensive coverage will be collected here.) The heart of Black Spire Outpost on the Planet Batuu (actually Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland) is a quaint indoor marketplace that feels like the Star Wars version of an international bazaar. Disney Imagineers traveled to Morocco and Turkey to experience ancient open-air markets, which inspired the design of this ar...
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‘The Chi’ actor loses MTV awards bid amid misconduct claims

LOS ANGELES (AP) — MTV on Wednesday cut Jason Mitchell from contention at next month’s MTV Movie & TV Awards following reports of alleged misconduct by “The Chi” actor. MTV said in a statement Mitchell was removed as a nominee for best performance in a show in light of recent developments. The channel did not […]
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Jason Mitchell Loses MTV Award Nomination As ‘The Chi’ Showrunner Reveals “Everyone” on Set Knew About His Sexual Misconduct

Following the decisions by Netflix and Showtime, MTV has also dropped actor Jason Mitchell. The network has rescinded his MTV Movie and TV Awards nomination. Earlier this month, Mitchell was nominated in the “Best Performance in a Show” category at the 2019 MTV Movie and TV Awards for his work on the series The Chi. However, today (May 29), Mitchell’s nomination was officially rescinded due to several allegations of misconduct while on the set of the Showtime series. “In light of recent developm...
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Review & New Footage: Disneyland’s ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ is Incredible – and the Closest We’ll Come to Being in ‘Star Wars’

(Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens this week and it’s too big and too immersive to be contained in a single review. Our extensive coverage will be collected here.) When you are in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, it really does feel like you are being transported to a planet somewhere in the Star Wars galaxy. I had a chance to visit Disneyland’s newest expansion and I was blown away. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting a galaxy far, far away. Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Review ...
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Review: Disneyland’s ‘Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run’ Ride Let’s You Explore the Fastest Hunk of Junk in the Galaxy – and Then Pilot It

(Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens this week and it’s too big and too immersive to be contained in a single review. Our extensive coverage will be collected here.) Tucked into Black Spire Outpost on the Planet Batuu (actually Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland in Anaheim, California), you will find an infamous ship parked at the local port: the Millennium Falcon. And yes, seeing it in-person is amazing. This life-size recreation of the iconic ship is so much bigger than I ever exp...
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Review: Oga’s Cantina at ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ is a Dream Come True for ‘Star Wars’ Fans Who Like Their Booze

(Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens this week and it’s too big and too immersive to be contained in a single review. Our extensive coverage will be collected here.) Walking through the eastern street of Black Spire Outpost on the Planet Batuu (but actually in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland), you will come across a big building with music blaring out the front door. It’s the Star Wars version of walking past a hopping club in the city. There’s even a long line of hopeful clubgoe...
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‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Features “Mind-Blowing” Aerial Footage, Says Jon Hamm

After more than thirty years, Tom Cruise is feeling the need for speed…again. Paramount Pictures’ Top Gun: Maverick will see the superstar reprise his role of Pete “Maverick” Mitchell in a theatrical sequel, and in addition to his old pal “Iceman” (Val Kilmer), this time he’ll be joined by big-screen veterans like Jennifer Connelly and Ed Harris and a whole crop of younger actors to boot. One of Cruise’s new co-stars, Jon Hamm, recently gave an update about some of the Top Gun 2 footage he’s se...
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Early Thoughts on Kimetsu no Yaiba

I finally got a chance to read Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba this week. It’s not a title that changes the shonen genre, but Kimetsu no Yaiba is a title that reminds me of events involving mental... More after the jump!
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Kikyou Hanazono Ero-Figure Flaunts Her Pink Pantsu

Artist Tony Taka has become involved the production of another stunning ero-figure, with the thoughtful Kikyou Hanazono (inspired by Tony’s original illustration series “T2 Art Girls”) allowing onlookers to peer up her skirt and ogle her pink pantsu – the shameless girl can be purchased come February of next year. Kikyou Hanazono can be pre-ordered […]
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Tenki no Ko Trailer Forecasts Rain & Strife

Another trailer released for Makoto Shinkai‘s upcoming film Tenki no Ko has continued to show off its next-level aesthetics and art while also implying that there will be quite a bit of drama, both dangerous and heart-wrenching. The latest trailer, published by Toho Movie Channel: Further details on the film’s cast: Keisuke Suga (seiyuu: Shun […]
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Chris Hemsworth Was Not Happy With the ‘Star Trek 4’ Script

Star Trek 4 was all set to bring back Chris Hemsworth as Kirk’s father, and then it fell apart. Hemsworth and Chris Pine, who plays Kirk in the rebooted film franchise, both walked away from the project, putting the future of Star Trek 4 in serious doubt. Salary negotiations were cited as the reasoning behind Hemsworth and Pine jumping ship. But now, Hemsworth has revealed another reason: he wasn’t happy with the script. J.J. Abrams’s 2009 Star Trek reboot opened with the birth of Captain Ki...
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Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo’ Soars Onto Blu-ray and Digital in June

The famously adorably flying elephant will soon be flying to your living room screen. While tickets didn’t fly off the shelves for Tim Burton’s remake of Dumbo, perhaps the cute CGI creation will have better luck on Blu-ray and Digital HD when it comes to home video this June. Disney has set the Dumbo Blu-ray release date on the same day as its Digital HD release in several different formats for a variety of devices. Make the Dumbo live-action remake your “Baby Mine” with a Blu-ray or Digita...
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Kodak Black Denied Bond for Weapons Charges, Judge Calls Him a “Danger to the Community”

Kodak Black will remain in a Miami, Florida jail after a judge ordered him to be held without bond following his arrest earlier this month for weapons charges, saying that the rapper is a “danger to the community” and should be detained until he goes to trial in August CBS Miami reports: Federal prosecutors went to court Wednesday to appeal a judge’s decision to release the 21-year-old Pompano Beach native on $550,000 bond. The rapper, whose current legal name is Bill Kapri and who was born Dieu...
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Jake Johnson to Star Opposite Cobie Smulders in ABC’s Stumptown

Jake Johnson to star opposite Cobie Smulders in ABC’s Stumptown TVLine is reporting that Jake Johnson (New Girl, No Activity, Drunk History) will star opposite lead Cobie Smulders (Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Friends from College) in ABC’s upcoming action-drama Stumptown. Johnson will replace Mark Webber in the series-regular role. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptA...
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‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ Featurette: Meet the Titans Wreaking Havoc on Earth

Godzilla: King of the Monsters stomps into theaters this weekend, but he won’t be alone. A trio of other classic monsters from Godzilla’s long cinematic history are making a comeback in a big way, and a new featurette highlights each of them with some new footage from the sequel.  Godzilla King of the Monsters Featurette Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah are coming to to the big screen. While you might think that Godzilla will have to contend with all three of these titans in order to keep...
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Parents Suing for $1 Million over Teacher Convincing Son to Be a Girl

Distraught parents are suing an Oregon school district after a teacher tried to inform their son that he may be transgender. The 8-year-old boy was, without the consent of his parents, asked several times by the teacher if he thought he was a girl and was also made to skip recess to instead read books, […]
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‘New Gods’ Movie Taps Comic Writer Tom King to Co-Write Screenplay With Ava DuVernay

It’s been a while since we heard anything regarding The New Gods, the Warner Bros. DC film being directed by Ava DuVernay. But now, we have an update: Tom King, a comics writer whose credits include The Vision for Marvel and DC’s Batman, will pen the New Gods movie script with DuVernay. The New Gods movie will be based on the comic characters created by legendary writer and artist Jack Kirby. The Wrap broke the news about Tom King joining Ava DuVernay to co-wrote the New Gods movie script. K...
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The New Gods Movie: Tom King to Co-Write Screenplay with Ava DuVernay

The New Gods movie: Tom King to co-write screenplay with Ava DuVernay TheWrap is reporting that The New Gods movie adaptation will be co-written by Eisner Award-winning comic book writer and ex-CIA officer Tom King (Batman) with Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay (Selma, 13th, A Wrinkle in Time), who is directing the film. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone'...
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Two Short Teasers for 'Icon: The Robert Englund Story' Documentary

"Horror chose me… It's unique that my biggest success has been in the horror genre." Cult Screenings has debuted two teaser trailers for their latest project - Icon: The Robert Englund Story. As that title very clearly indicates, this is a documentary about horror icon Robert Englund, the American actor who played the role of Freddy Kreuger in the beloved horror franchise A Nightmare on Elm Street. It's made by the same team behind the RoboDoc, and Pennywise doc, and it's launching on Indieg...
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