DC’s top recent comic book movies

DC Comics recent movie history is somewhat up and down in terms of recent quality, but there is little denying the comic book company has been responsible for some of the more fun superhero movies of the last few years. And while others are winning real money online at online casinos, some are busy collecting […]
Tags: Movies, Dc Comics, Superheroes, Dc, Margot Robbie, Gal Gadot, Zachary Levi

1917 Blows Away Star Wars at the Box Office!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW 1917 Blows Away Star Wars at the Box Office! Turns out a Golden Globe win for Best Motion Picture Drama helps a lot, as Universal’s World War I drama 1917 took the box office by storm with an impressive estimated $36.5 million weekend haul! Expanding from 11 theaters to 3434, the Sam Mendes film which features no major stars built its momentum on a campaign around its innovative single-take presentation and the caliber of the filmmaking. This takes 1917‘s domestic gross to...
Tags: Movies, Salma Hayek, Horror, Sony, Box Office, Sam Mendes, Jordan, Jamie Foxx, Kristen Stewart, Lucasfilm, Paramount Pictures, Michael, Golden Globe, Charlie, Skywalker, ComingSoon

Troy-Jeffrey Allen interviews Adam Warren

"Manga's approach to storytelling was much more forceful." The Adam Warren Story Troy-Jeffrey Allen PREVIEWSworld Jan 10, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRE4NaMmDSY [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Aces High v2 #2 - Wally Wood reprint

Aces High v2 #2, 1999 - Re-presenting the classic EC comics of the 1950s, this issue reprints Aces High #2 in its entirety (with modified cover and minus the ads). Wally Wood's artwork is most prominent. Other artists in this issue include Jack Davis and Bernard Krigstein. Cover by George Evans. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Wood / Aces High ebay  >this issue >Wood >Aces High [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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My Own Romance #75 - Jack Kirby cover

Jack Kirby My Own Romance v1 #76, 1960 - An artist's model touts her own beauty while denigrating another woman. Poorly composed and hurriedly drawn, Jack Kirby's cover is a mishmash of text and imagery that falls far below his usual standards. Too many visual elements vie for the reader's attention. Other artists in this issue include Dick Giordano and Vince Colletta. This is number 4 of 5 My [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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The Outsider Episode 1 Recap

The Outsider Episode 1 Recap HBO’s The Outsider, a limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, follows the investigation of the brutal murder of a young boy named Frankie Peterson. In The Outsider Episode 1, police detective Ralph Anderson arrested school teacher Terry Maitland at a Little League game. Guilty Det. Ralph Anderson had his officers arrest Terry Maitland during a Little League game that Terry was coaching. Overwhelming evidence of Terry’s guilt convinced the district at...
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Operating notes: Wet antenna, electrical noise GONE!, 30m noise

I have been using my Cobra antenna for more than four years now, so you’d have thought I’d have seen everything. Yesterday, though was something  different. One of the things about an antenna that uses ladder line feedline is that the characteristics change when it gets wet. When this happens, re-tuning usually keeps me on the air. Of the three bands that I operate most often—30 meters, 40 meters, and 80 meters—30 meters requires the most retuning, then 80 meters, and 40 meters normally requires...
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Mamako Cosplay by Hane Ame Embraces Motherly Charm

Gorgeous cosplayer Hane Ame, seemingly capable of taking on the appearance of almost any character, has now delved into the fetish of alluring mothers by dressing up as Tsuujou Kougeki ga Zentai Kougeki de Ni-Kai Kougeki no Okaa-san wa Suki Desu ka?’s Oosuki Mamako, representation that the anime’s rabid mother-lovers will greatly appreciate. Not satisfied […]
Tags: Anime, Cosplay, Lingerie, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Mizugi, Hane, Hane Ame, Zentai Kougeki de Ni kai Kougeki, Tsuujou Okaa-san, Tsuujou Kougeki, Suki Desu, Oosuki Mamako

#RHOA Recap! Season 12 Episode 11 | ‘SNAKE BYE’ | Live discussion + subscriber call-in

Related Posts OPEN POST: Who is #RHOA Kenya Moore Accusing of “Backstabbing” ?? (VIDEO)EXCLUSIVE!!! #RHOA Season 10 Reunion TEA: Nene Leakes Sends Kim Zolciak Home Crying, Porsha Williams Spills Marlo Tea & More…5 Things Revealed on #RHOA Season 11, Episode 6 ‘Whining & Dining’ + Watch Full Video…#RHOA Season 10 Salaries Revealed: Who’s The Highest/Lowest Paid ‘Housewife’?5 Things Revealed on #RHOA Season 12, Episode 9 | A Whine of A Time + Watch FULL Video… Straight From The A [S...
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#RHOA Recap! Season 12 Episode 10 | ‘BYE SNAKE’ | Live discussion + subscriber call-in

Related Posts OPEN POST: Who is #RHOA Kenya Moore Accusing of “Backstabbing” ?? (VIDEO)EXCLUSIVE!!! #RHOA Season 10 Reunion TEA: Nene Leakes Sends Kim Zolciak Home Crying, Porsha Williams Spills Marlo Tea & More…5 Things Revealed on #RHOA Season 11, Episode 6 ‘Whining & Dining’ + Watch Full Video…5 Things Revealed on #RHOA Season 12, Episode 9 | A Whine of A Time + Watch FULL Video…#RHOA Season 10 Salaries Revealed: Who’s The Highest/Lowest Paid ‘Housewife’? Straight From The A [SFTA...
Tags: Celebrities, News, Youtube, Atlanta, Rhoa, Nene Leakes, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Kim Zolciak, Eva Marcille, Atlanta Gossip, Cynthia Bailey, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Porsha Williams, Marlo Hampton, Tanya Sam

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Hokkaido Man Beats Fast Food Worker Over Missing Chicken Nugget

A beauty salon manager from Hokkaido has been arrested after assaulting a fast food worker in a bout of rage over being scammed one chicken nugget from his five nugget purchase, his attitude towards fast food apparently reaching Western levels. The 32-year-old man from the city of Obihiro (in the northern prefecture of Hokkaido) initially […]
Tags: Food, Japan, Crime, Bizarre, Assault, Mcdonald's, Anime, Hokkaido, Obihiro

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey Will Return As Golden Globes Hosts in 2021

At the Golden Globes last weekend, host Ricky Gervais kept talking about how this was the last time he would be on stage for the awards ceremony, and he didn’t care about it at all. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has taken him at his word, and next year they’ll bring back two talents who have proven to be much more beloved in their hosting duties. The Saturday Night Live dynamic duo of Amy Poehler and Tina Fey will be returning to host the 78th Golden Globes for the 2021 ceremony. The ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Nbc, Jimmy Fallon, Awards, Amy-Poehler, Ricky Gervais, Tina-Fey, Golden Globes, Amy, Fey, Gervais, Tina, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Poehler, Lorenzo Soria

‘Twilight Zone’ Season 2 Cast Announced and Jordan Peele Wrote an Episode This Time [TCA 2020]

Get Out and Us creator Jordan Peele relaunched The Twilight Zone for CBS All Access last year, and he also served as the new host in place of the legendary Rod Serling. During CBS All Access’s announcements to the Television Critics Association, Head of Original Content, Julie McNamara, previewed the second season, including the cast and titles for new episodes. Find out all about The Twilight Zone season 2 below. In the first season, Peele created the reboot and has a story credit on “Nightm...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Cbs, Win, Joel Mchale, The Twilight Zone, Cbs All Access, Rod Serling, Porter, Jacobs, Christopher Meloni, Simpson, Gillian Jacobs, Rosenfeld, Peele

Review: Three Christs

— by BEV QUESTAD — “Three Christs” is as entertaining as it is soul-searching. A brilliant cast, headed by Richard Gere, and a poignant study of mental health make this the new “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” of 2020. Based on the psychiatric case study titled “The Three Christs of Ypsilanti” (1964), by Dr. […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Walton Goggins, Julianna Margulies, Richard Gere, Peter Dinklage, Bradley Whitford, Jon Avnet, BEV QUESTAD, Charlotte Hope

‘Standing Up, Falling Down’ Trailer: Ben Schwartz and Billy Crystal Pal Around in a Small Town

If you put Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation) and Billy Crystal (When Harry Met Sally) in a room together, comedic magic will happen. A new film called Standing Up, Falling Down bets big on this basic idea, and according to our review from last year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the film succeeds largely because of their standout performances. Check out the trailer for the indie comedy below. Standing Up Falling Down Trailer While the movie has a seemingly familiar indie movie plotline, I’m...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, America, Los Angeles, Showtime, Movie Trailers, Ben Schwartz, Long Island, Parks, Independent, Tribeca, Schwartz, Scott, Harry Met Sally, Marty

Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘6 Underground’ is very fun and very dumb

Netflix’s “6 Underground” feels like a movie that belongs on the big screen. Sure, it isn’t part of a giant franchise (yet), and it doesn’t feature any well-known superheroes — but it does star “Deadpool”‘s Ryan Reynolds as a wise-cracking hero who criss-crosses the globe, going from one spectacularly destructive set piece to another. And behind the camera, you’ve got Michael Bay (who made “Bad Boys” and countless “Transformers” movies) coordinating the action. On the latest episode of the Or...
Tags: Apple, TC, Media, Entertainment, Michael Bay, Tech, Netflix, Middle East, Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, Bay, Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Original Content Podcast

Fate/Grand Order Babylonia Consumed by Battle

Another indescribably epic battle has commenced in Fate/Grand Order Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia, perhaps putting all the others before it to shame as the episode also officially revealed Ereshkigal, a new cute girl that watchers can look forward to ogling. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Babylonia, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Fate/Grand Order, CloverWorks, Ereshkigal

‘The Outsider’ Featurette Wants to Remind You that Stephen King Writes Scary Stuff

There’s a new Stephen King series coming our way: The Outsider, an HBO adaptation of one of the horror master’s more recent novels. The story concerns the investigation of a brutal murder with seemingly supernatural connections, and since it’s a Stephen King story, there’s a lot of spooky stuff going on. This new The Outsider featurette has the folks involved with the show talking about what makes a Stephen King tale so darn scary. The Outsider Featurette Stephen King is hotter than eve...
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Watch: 3-Min Horror Short 'Fear Wish' by Todd Spence & Zak White

"In order to wish for something you need, you gotta wish for something you fear. Otherwise that first wish goes away." Yet another tense, low key horror short film from Todd Spence & Zak White. The two have been cooking up under-5-minute, low budget horror shorts for the last few years - including Where Is It and last year's Your Date is Here. Fear Wish is their latest short and it's about a desperate man trying to wish for something he needs. Starring Nathan Sutton, with Scott Whyte and Amy...
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NBC Addresses Firing ‘Saturday Night Live’ Hire Shane Gillis After Comedy Controversy [TCA 2020]

When Saturday Night Live hired three new cast members this year, executive producer Lorne Michaels was initially praised for hiring the first Asian cast member Bowen Yang and adding Chloe Fineman to the show’s roster of women. The third hire, Shane Gillis, co-hosted Matt and Shane’s Secret Podcast and an episode in which he used racist and homophobic slurs emerged, leading Michaels to fire Gillis. NBC Entertainment Chairman Paul Telegdy addressed the Television Critics Association on Saturday, ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Disney, Snl, Kevin Hart, James Gunn, Ellen Degeneres, Lorne Michaels, Television Critics Association, Tca, Lorne, Matt, Michaels, Shane

Nekopara Anime Completely Hated by Anime News Network

Self-proclaimed anime website Anime News Network has once again regarded shows that are completely innocent and cute as political and “uncomfortable” as the anime adaptation of eroge Nekopara was lambasted for having a world full of “catgirl slaves”. While such unintelligble criticism is expected of the slanderous and politically maligned cesspool, the site’s so-called reviewers […]
Tags: Review, Internet, Anime, Adaptations, Nekomimi, Anime News Network, Nekopara

‘1917’ Hits No. 1 at the Box Office and Takes Aim at the Oscars

The war epic collected about $37 million over the weekend, a stellar result for a period film with no marquee stars. “Just Mercy” and “Like a Boss” each took in $10 million.
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TV Bits: ‘Ragnarok’, ‘Better Things’, ‘Saved by the Bell’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

In this edition of TV Bits: Watch trailers for Ragnarok and Better Things. Mark-Paul Gosselaar has joined the cast of the Saved by the Bell revival. Justin Chambers is leaving Grey’s Anatomy. Need a Thor/Loki fix in between Thor films? You might want to check out Ragnarok, a Norwegian series that transplants Norse mythology into a modern-day high school setting. The series “is set in the small, fictitious town of Edda, situated in the grand, breathtaking Norwegian nature. The story revo...
Tags: Television, Movies, Shonda Rhimes, Abc, California, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Netflix, Thor, Sam, Chambers, Bell, Grey, Zack Morris, Saved By The Bell, Grey's Anatomy

Theme Park Bits: Lord of the Rings at Universal, Sam the Eagle Comes to Epcot, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Is Universal Orlando building a Lord of the Rings land? Disney’s scaled back on its bus service for select resort hotels. Build-a-Bear moves to Knott’s Berry Farm. And more! There are few major cinematic franchises left to turn into theme-park areas. Star Wars has plenty of representation in the Disney theme parks, Harry Potter is all over the Universal parks, and…well, what else could there be? One big option would be the Lord of the Rings films, and ba...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, Muppets, Harry Potter, Theme Parks, Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World, Sam, Middle Earth, Epcot, Orlando, Disney World, Anaheim, Knott, Downtown Disney

Taiwanese Ishuzoku Reviewers Airing Allegedly Has Uncensored Vaginas

Those who pursue the dark arts of illegal downloading have discovered that the Taiwanese and Chinese versions of the first episode of Ishuzoku Reviewers allegedly contains uncensored vaginas, a revolutionary decision that will have many contemplating the legality of it all. The brief moment of vaginal exposure was spotted only during the opening sequence, with […]
Tags: Comedy, Prostitution, Censorship, Anime, Comparison, H, Monster Girls, Adaptations, Kemonomimi, Passione, Ishuzoku Reviewers

Exclusive: NBC’s Peacock Considering ‘Quantum Leap’ Revival As Millennials Drive ‘Saved by the Bell’ and ‘Punky Brewster’ Returns [TCA 2020]

NBC’s upcoming streaming service The Peacock was not represented at NBC Universal’s day before the Television Critics Association. The Peacock will feature revivals of classic NBC sitcoms Punky Brewster and Saved By the Bell, but NBC’s head of program planning and strategy, Jeff Bader, discussed another series that might get revived as well. Speaking with /Film, Bader said the ‘90s time travel series Quantum Leap is another title under consideration and spoke about what led to the Punky Brewste...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nbc, Sequels, New Orleans, Cbs, Nbc Universal, Remakes, Bell, Zack Morris, Saved By The Bell, Television Critics Association, Beckett, Frye, Peacock, NBC Entertainment

Official Trailer for 'Foosballers' Doc About Professional Table Soccer

"She hits that ball harder than her momma does." Pull Shot Productions in association with Cascia Films has debuted an official trailer for an indie documentary titled Foosballers, produced, edited and directed by Joe Heslinga. As the title indicates, this film is indeed about the people who compete in the table soccer game known best as foosball. "Most people know foosball as the game they used to play in their parent's basement, but for some die-hard fans, foosball isn't just a game… it's ...
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Tony Prince to auction memorabilia to save radio station

United DJs founder Tony Prince is starting a music and memorabilia auction to help his radio station continue broadcasting. The former Radio Caroline and Radio Luxembourg DJ has collected many items of memorabilia which are available via Omega Auctions. At the top of the list in his first auction is the promotion copy of the Beatles first release ‘Love Me Do’ which was first aired on Radio Luxembourg. Tony inherited this single, which has a spelling error of Paul McArtney, when he and collea...
Tags: UK, People, Radio, Paul Mccartney, Elvis, Joe Cocker, Omega, Tony, RCA, Radio Luxembourg, Paul MCartney, David Wynne, united DJs, Tony Prince, Radio Caroline and Radio Luxembourg DJ, Radio Luxembourg Tony

Who Gets to Pick Best Actor? Actually, I Do

The SAG Awards nominating process isn’t all exclusive screenings and receptions with movie stars. Well, it is. But there’s work involved.
Tags: Movies, News, SAG-AFTRA, Screen Actors Guild, Actors and Actresses, Academy Awards (Oscars, Golden Globes (Awards

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