‘Watchmen’ Wants You To “See How They Fly” With A Satisfying Conclusion

There was just the tiniest bit of trepidation leading into the Watchmen finale. Would the show, which had so far exceeded all expectations, stick the landing? Thankfully, the answer is yes. On one hand, “See How They Fly” the season (and perhaps series?) finale of the show is almost too simple in its approach. After week after week of jaw-dropping, mind-blowing episodes that bucked typical TV tradition, the finale unfolds in a fairly straightforward manner. It’s almost as if after weeks of impo...
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Fine art animation wins Portrait Gallery prize

Portraits that bend the rules of portraiture, in 'The Outwin 2019' [in print as The new face of artistic portraiture] By Mark Jenkins   Washington Post Dec. 13, 2019 , p. Weekend 24-25 online at  https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/museums/portraits-that-bend-the-rules-of-portraiture-in-the-outwin-2019/2019/12/11/db924a86-1619-11ea-9110-3b34ce1d92b1_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Animation, National Portrait Gallery, Mark Jenkins, Mike Rhode

Manga on Uighur persecution in Sunday's Post

Japanese manga about a Uighur woman's persecution in China becomes viral hit [in print as Tragic tale has become surprise viral hit]. By Simon Denyer   Washington Post Dec. 15, 2019, p A20 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/japanese-manga-about-a-uighur-womans-persecution-in-china-becomes-viral-hit/2019/12/13/35353f16-1b5c-11ea-977a-15a6710ed6da_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Weird Science v2 #20 - Wally Wood art & cover, Al Williamson / Frank Frazetta art

Wally Wood Weird Science v2 #20, 1953 - Due to her husband's exposure to h-bomb radiation, a woman gives birth to a mutant freak. Wally Wood chronicles the little girl's life in an orphanage, revealing her appearance toward the tale's end. Masterfully drawn, Wood expends the same amount of effort to an array of beautiful women on the cover. Inside, the corresponding story by Al Williamson [Author: Unknown]
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Kanojo Okarishimasu Rents a Girlfriend

A rather formulaic romcom has made itself known as an anime adaptation of Kanojo Okarishimasu has been announced, a series revolving around the male protagonist renting a fake girlfriend through a service (though unfortunately not to perform perverted acts, it seems). The PV puts the focus on rented girlfriend Mizuhara and her abundance of cuteness: […]
Tags: Romance, Relationships, Dating, Anime, PV, Mizuhara, Kanojo Okarishimasu

New Release Review (VOD) - THE DWELLING

Two couples find themselves at the whim of a possessed bed. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘Star Wars Resistance’ Juggles Action, Humor, and Teeth-Clenching Emotion in “Station to Station”

A love and pining for home haunts the fast-paced action of Star Wars Resistance in “Station to Station.” This episode would not have worked as well if the viewer hadn’t witnessed the civilian idyllics on the Colossus in the lighthearted “Kaz’s Curse.” Even though the Colossus never appears in this episode, its humble homeliness is an emotional core in “Station to Station”. Tam (Suzie McGrath) and Jace Rucklin (Elijah Wood) begin their day-in-the-life with the First Order by performing the men...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Animation, Sequels, Adam Driver, Mcgrath, Kylo Ren, Leia Organa, Disney Xd, Snoke, Tam, Matt, Imperial, Poe Dameron, Hux

Seven Days Visual Novel on Steam

Recently, Seven Days got released on Steam. The game is a visual novel about a boy receiving a cursed Blu-ray disc from a friend and encounters some ghosts. Current special 10% off release price is $35.99 or ¥3935.02 until December 20. For more details, check out the store page. Here's a trailer.Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/931560/Official Website: https://fruitbatfactory.com/7days/
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Standing ovation in Milan for Domingo’s 50th anniversary

MILAN (AP) — Opera star Placido Domingo received a standing ovation for his 50th anniversary gala concert at La Scala on Sunday and returned the appreciation with a rare a cappella performance. Standing alone on the stage holding three yellow roses, Domingo serenaded the audience with a favorite Spanish zarzuela, “Non Puede Ser.” By then, […]
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Bram Stoker’s Dracula – Mike Mignola Graphic Novel Review

Mike Mignola‘s last comics project before he embarked on his epic Hellboy journey, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is his graphic novel adaptation of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1992 movie of the same name. Originally released as a full-color four issue adaptation some 25 years ago, this new edition comes in stunning black and white. Mike Mignola’s bold graphic style is perfectly suited to tackle this moody gothic horror number, with its rich inky blacks and shadows, creating dynamic negative spaces that he...
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Tai One On

lol at the boat owners telling me "the best days of boat ownership are the day you get it and the day you sell it"
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Jumanji: The Next Level Unseats Frozen II at the Box Office

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Jumanji: The Next Level unseats Frozen II at the box office After spending three straight weekends freezing out the competition and dominating the #1 spot, Frozen II has officially been unseated by Sony Pictures’ Jumanji: The Next Level. The highly-anticipated sequel opened with a domestic total of $60.1 million over the weekend for a worldwide cume of $213 million worldwide. To compare, the movie’s predecessor, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, debuted with a domestic total...
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L.A. Buzz Bands Show (holiday edition), tonight at 9 on The Independent 88.5 FM

Who spiked my eggnog? Tonight, I’ll be spreading a little holiday cheer (and weirdness) on the L.A. Buzz Bands Show, kicking off at 9 p.m. on The Independent 88.5 FM. I’ll have new, original Christmas tunes from Los Lobos, Letters to Cleo, Mike Krol, the Regrettes, Mini Trees, the Jacks and Mikal Cronin, along with freshly minted covers by Jesika von Rabbit and Apex Manor. Plus, I’ll revisit some favorites from recent years, courtesy of Jeff Schroeder (of Night Dreamer, Smashing Pumpkins) and th...
Tags: Music, Radio, Buzz Bands La, Jeff Schroeder, Los Lobos, Local Music, Mikal Cronin, Cleo, Jenny, Jesika von Rabbit, Los Angeles music, Gary Calamar, 88.5 FM, Mike Krol, The Independent 88.5 FM, Cleo Mike Krol

Tekashi 6ix9ine to Be Released From Prison After U.S. Federal Government & DA Drop ALL Charges (Report)

Tekashi 6ix9ine will officially be a free man within the next 72 hours if online reports are to be believed. According to an exclusive report from Hip-Hop website OnSmash.com, the U.S. Federal Government, probation department and the defense attorney have officially come to terms to give Tekashi Snitch9ine time served. 6ix9ine is set to be released from jail in less than 72 hours, and will appear in court to be sentenced to one-year and a day. Under FEDs sentencing guidelines, the mandatory mini...
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Not Even a Blackout Gives Expert Taiko no Tatsujin Player Pause

A video of an expert Taiko no Tatsujin player has garnered praise as the individual is able to persist in playing through a rather intense level despite being temporarily impaired by a technological fault. The recorded footage depicts the person progressing well through a difficult song before the screen ends up turning off briefly (the […]
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New Top Gun: Maverick Poster Releases Ahead of Tomorrow’s Trailer

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New Top Gun: Maverick Poster Releases Ahead of Tomorrow’s Trailer Paramount has released a new poster for the anticipated sequel Top Gun: Maverick that shows everyone’s favorite flying ace hunkered up next to what appears to be a P-51 Mustang. The poster comes courtesy of Tom Cruise’s own Twitter feed, and also included a trailer tease: “Feel the need. Trailer tomorrow.” Check out the poster in the gallery below! RELATED: Exclusive: Joseph Kosinski Talks Top Gun 2 and TRON...
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CS Scene of the Week: Lyra Leads the Resistance in His Dark Materials

CS Scene of the Week: Lyra leads the resistance in His Dark Materials Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s CS Scene of the Week column where we dive into the best scenes and performances television has to offer. For the week of December 2 to December 8, Lyra (Dafne Keen) completed the first part of her mission by saving Roger (Lewin Lloyd) and freeing the other kidnapped children with the help of Lee (Lin-Manuel Miranda), Iorek (Joe Tandberg), the Gyptians, and even the witch Serafina (Ruta Gedmintas)...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Fox, TV News, Tom Payne, Billy, PAUL, Sean Pertwee, Watkins, Malcolm, Lyra, Mrs Coulter, Serafina, Prodigal Son, Bolvangar

Get a First Look at Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Coming to Disney World in March 2020

Next spring will give Walt Disney’s classic character Mickey Mouse a modern ride experience in the form of Micky and Minnie’s Runaway Railway. The attraction is slated to open in Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios in Florida, and so far we’ve only gotten a look at some concept art and a couple of behind the scenes images of Disney’s Imagineers working on the ride. But today, you can take a glimpse behind the scenes in a new Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway video, straight from Disney Park...
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‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Teaser: Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington Star in Scorching Hulu Drama

Reese Witherspoon is on a hot streak of starring in TV adaptations of acclaimed books. She was one of the leads in the ensemble cast of HBO’s Big Little Lies, which wrapped its second season earlier this year, and she can currently be seen on the AppleTV+ flagship series The Morning Show. Now she’s heading into another adaptation: Witherspoon joins Kerry Washington (Scandal) in Hulu’s Little Fires Everywhere TV series, based on the 2017 best seller from author Celeste Ng. Check out the fiery fi...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Reese-Witherspoon, Washington, NG, New York Times, Adaptation, Hulu, Richardson, Shelton, Celeste Ng, Witherspoon, TV Trailer

‘The Outsider’ Featurette Goes Behind-the-Scenes with Stephen King

The Outsider is the latest Stephen King adaptation headed our way, and it looks to be a particularly good one. The HBO series starts off with an unspeakable crime – but a crime that appears to be open and shut. There’s a mountain of evidence pointing towards a guilty party. And yet…there’s also plenty of evidence that seems to point to that same person’s innocence. So just what is going on here? A new The Outsider featurette goes behind-the-scenes of the show with the cast and crew, including S...
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Hallmark draws criticism after pulling same-sex wedding ads

NEW YORK (AP) — The Hallmark Channel was facing some bitter criticism on social media Sunday over its decision to pull ads for a wedding-planning website that featured two brides kissing at the altar, following a complaint from a conservative advocacy group. The hashtag #BoycottHallmark was trending at one point on Twitter, and celebrities like […]
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‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ Unseats ‘Frozen 2’ at the Box Office

The Dwayne Johnson vehicle opened to about $60.1 million in domestic sales this weekend.
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Short Film: Blue

— by BEV QUESTAD — The most exciting, shocking, gorgeously filmed environmental short at Willamette Riverkeeper’s 2019 Wild and Scenic Film Festival is about women athletes snow biking down mountains outside of Valdez, Alaska. There are steep, gaping crevasses, suicidal slippery-edged trails, and at least one hold-your-breath crash. Never heard of snow biking? I wouldn’t […]
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Mega Man Battle Network 3D Fan Remake Stays Accurate to Original

Small independent developer Nick West has been toiling away on a Mega Man Battle Network 3D remake, bringing the cyber-based Mega Man spinoff series to PCs. As the developer explains, the fully released remake will contain just the very first scenarios from the first Battle Network game: Mega Man Battle Network Overclocked is a fan […]
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J.J. Abrams Teases a Fan Favorite Character Cameo in ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has the difficult task of not only wrapping up this new trilogy of Star Wars movies, but the entire Skywalker saga that began back in 1977. Because of that, the movie will be reaching into every facet of Star Wars for an epic finale that we’ve seen teased in the trailers and TV spots. We already know that a bunch of ships from the history of the saga will gather for what will undoubtedly be the biggest space battle of the entire franchise, but it sounds like we ...
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Amazon’s ‘The Expatriates’ Series Lands ‘The Farewell’ Filmmaker Lulu Wang as Writer, Executive Producer & Director

Writer and director Lulu Wang made a huge splash this year with the Sundance selected indie sensation The Farewell. Though Wang herself didn’t score a nomination for directing from either the Indie Spirit Awards or Golden Globes, the film did, and it’s a fantastic showcase of her talents both on the page and behind the camera. Now she’ll get to flex those skills again with what will presumably be a bigger budget project in the form of an Amazon drama series called The Expatriates. The Expatri...
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With Miss Jamaica’s Miss World Win, Black Women Now Hold Five of The World’s Biggest Beauty Pageant Titles

Black women currently hold five of the biggest beauty pageant titles in the United States, and the world. When Miss Jamaica, Toni-Ann Singh, was crowned Miss World in London on Saturday, she joined an impressive roster of black women who hold some of the world’s most prestigious pageant titles: Zozibini Tunzi as Miss Universe, Cheslie Kryst as Miss USA, Kaliegh Garris as Miss Teen USA, and Nia Franklin as Miss America (who is scheduled to crown her successor on Dec. 19). It is the first tim...
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Netflix is Making a TV Series About the Creation of…Spotify?

Spotify is getting the Netflix treatment. In what looks to be the streaming giant’s bid to make the next Social Network, Netflix has ordered a Swedish scripted series about the origins of the music streaming service Spotify. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has greenlit the development of a limited series based on the book Spotify Untold by Swedish business reporters Sven Carlsson and Jonas Leijonhufvud. The book details the origins of the music streaming company, which launched ...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, UK, Television, Movies, Drama, Steve Jobs, Aaron Sorkin, Netflix, Oscar, Danny Boyle, Daniel Ek, David Fincher, True Story, Social Network, Martin Lorentzon

‘Jumanji’ ends ‘Frozen 2’ hot streak to claim top spot

LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Jumanji: The Next Level” puts “Frozen 2” on second-place ice, while Clint Eastwood’s “Richard Jewell” opened with one of the worst box office debuts for the director. The Sony film starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart brought in $60.1 million in the U.S. and Canada to break a three-day record for […]
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Watch: Clever 'Star Wars: Origins' Fan Film Reimagines Earth's History

"The Saga You Know, The Origins You Don't…." This is the week where we all finally get to experience the grand finale in the Skywalker saga, with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opening in theaters soon. If you're in need of a hearty Star Wars boost to get you in the right mood, or just want to explore some more Star Wars goodness in honor of the long-awaited opening this week, this new fan film is a must watch. Star Wars: Origins is a spectacular, whimsical, and entertaining 18-minute shor...
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