Watch Ryan Reynolds And Sandra Bullock Fight For Betty White’s Love

This is definitely the most intense rendition of the birthday song I’ve ever heard Today is a very important day. On the seventeenth of January in 1922, the legendary Betty White was born. The Golden Girls star has been on television for over eighty years, and although she’s been in our homes and making us laugh for, well, our entire lives, there’s still a lot to learn about her and from her. For example, did you know that according to Betty White, the secret to a long life is vodka and ho...
Tags: Humor, Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds, Betty White, Ryan, Sandra, Betty, Sloane Hughes

Richmond-born editorial cartoonist Ron Rogers RIP

Longtime political cartoonist Ron Rogers dies at 65 1/17/2020 http://richmondfreepress.com/news/2020/jan/17/longtime-political-cartoonist-ron-rogers-dies-65/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Richmond, Mike Rhode, Ron Rogers

Virtual YouTuber Fubuki is a Cat Video

A fan from bilibili created a parody of Vtuber Fubiki admitting that she's an "alien cat". It got uploaded on YouTube as an English subtitle version. The parody is just cute. Here's the video.
Tags: Anime, YouTuber Fubuki, Vtuber Fubiki

Washington Times (!) reviews Screwball, book about early cartoonists

I had no idea the Times was still publishing. BOOK REVIEW: 'Screwball!'  By Michael Taube  Washington Times January 16, 2020 https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/jan/16/book-review-screwball/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Washington, Times, Washington Times, Mike Rhode, Michael Taube

Anime ‘Weathering With You’ reviewed in the Post

'Weathering With You': Animated love story is set against a backdrop of climate change [in print as Hope breaks through a cloud of melancholy in animated romance]. By Mark Lieberman Freelance journalist Washington Post January 17 2020 p. Weekend 24. online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/movies/weathering-with-you-animated-love-story-is-set-against-a-backdrop-of-climate-change/2020/01/13/2113c388-3491-11ea-91fd-82d4e04a3fac_story.html [Author: Mike Rhod...
Tags: Post, Comics, Washington Post, Mike Rhode, Mark Lieberman

Library of Congress' Comic Art exhibit reviewed in the Post

At the Library of Congress, 'Comic Art' offers an appealing history of comics [in print as An exhibition that draws you into history]. By Mark Jenkins   Washington Post Jan. 17, 2020, p. Weekend 17-18. online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/museums/at-the-library-of-congress-comic-art-offers-an-appealing-history-of-comics/2020/01/15/a7439180-3258-11ea-9313-6cba89b1b9fb_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Alpha Flight #3 - John Byrne art & cover

John Byrne Alpha Flight v1 #3, 1983 - After Marinna's kidnapping, the team tracks her to a hidden complex in the frozen north. Their arrival triggers elaborate traps, such as the complex grid of rods that enclose Aurora on the cover. Although devoid of most color, the perspective-laden image is beautifully executed by John Byrne. He expends the same effort inside, using two splashes and two [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Aurora, John Byrne, Marinna

Prison Princess Trailer Definitely Lewd

The first trailer for Prison Princess has clarified that the puzzle game is indeed lewd on occasion as the breasts and butts of the two princesses are constantly in the face of players, an element that can only be regarded as a positive. The trailer hastily covers the game’s puzzle mechanics as well as the […]
Tags: Games, Puzzle, Trailer, Anime, Adventure Games, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Nintendo Switch

Darwin's Game Episode 3 Impression

On this episode, Kaname struggles to avoid the hotel battles and encounters mysterious plant exit blocks. Later, he teams up with Rein to fight the Florist. So seeing Kaname to be teleported at a really bad location is intensely interesting. Also, the action is nice and along Rein being introduced in person. Other than that, I wonder how the newly partnered duo is going to defeat the Florist. Now what's going to happen next? I can't wait to find out. Overall, cool intense hotel trap action and s...
Tags: Anime, Darwin, Kaname

New Trailer & Artwork For Arrow Video's Bluray Of José Ramón Larraz's Cult Slasher EDGE OF THE AXE

Larraz's '80s slasher makes its blu-ray debut this January. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, The Movie Waffler, José Ramón Larraz

Tommy Davidson Says Jamie Foxx Was “Competitive” & “Mercilessly Mean” to Him in Upcoming Memoir

Comedian and actor Tommy Davidson is set to release his memoir, Living In Color, later this month. An excerpt from the book reveals Davidson has had a strained relationship with Jamie Foxx since the moment they met. Davidson and Foxx first worked together in 1991 when Foxx joined the sketch series, In Living Color, which Davidson starred on from the first season. In the memoir, Davidson writes that things started to go left while the two filmed a sketch featuring Foxx’s would-be-famous character...
Tags: Celebs, Pop Culture, Jazz, In Living Color, Jamie Foxx, Wanda, Jamie, Foxx, Davidson, Memoirs, Tommy Davidson, Kenan Ivory Wayans, Booty Call (movie, Living In Color, Wanda Davidson

‘Birds of Prey’ Soundtrack Trailer Includes New Movie Footage and Some Real Bangers

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is hitting theaters next month, continuing the story of Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie). Once the Clown Princess of Crime, the Suicide Squad character has cut ties with the Joker, and it somehow may have made her even crazier. But it’s all good, because she has a new girl gang to keep her company and deal with Ewan McGregor as the latest dude to give her troubles. And based on the recently released Birds of Prey soundtrack traile...
Tags: Movies, Gotham, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Margot Robbie, Ewan McGregor, Warner Brothers, Harley, David Ayer, Don, Robbie, Sue Kroll, Comic Book/Superhero, Soundtracks

Superhero Bits: Karen Gillan Wants to Direct ‘Batgirl’, ‘Spider-Man 3’ Shooting Locations & More

Could Titans and Doom Patrol air first on DC Universe and then go to HBO Max the next day? What did Marc Guggenheim have to do to get Ezra Miller as The Flash in Crisis on Infinite Earths? Ready for the 80th anniversary of The Joker with a 100-page commemorative issue? When and where will Spider-Man 3 be shooting? What comic book movie does Karen Gillan want to direct? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Marvel Hero Project highlights Thrilling Tokata, who advocates for in...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Spider-Man, Batgirl, Black Widow, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Batman, Wendy Williams, Hellboy, Joaquin Phoenix, Joker, Ezra Miller, Titans, Marc Guggenheim, Karen Gillan

71-Year-Old Arrested For Throwing Filled Condoms Into a Yard

A perverted old man was apprehended by police after throwing condoms filled with his own bodily fluids into a neighboring house’s yard, which he claimed he did to “satisfy his urges”. The 71-year-old senile criminal tossed two used contraceptives containing his bodily fluids into the yard of a nearby house last October, with surveillance cameras […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Bizarre, Tokyo, Contraception, Anime

‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Trailer: Someone Tries to Murder Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon is quickly becoming a major player in the TV realm, and she’s following up her AppleTV+ series The Morning Show with another streaming series called Little Fires Everywhere. This one has some serious Big Little Lies energy to it, with Witherspoon playing the matriarch of a rich, seemingly idyllic family who finds herself at odds with a mysterious new neighbor, played by Kerry Washington. Check out the intense new trailer below, in which someone tries to burn Witherspoon’s char...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Reese-Witherspoon, Abc, Washington, Norman Lear, United States, New York Times, Broadway, Adaptation, Ron Burgundy, Kerry, Hulu

Christian Bale Reteaming with ‘The Fighter’ and ‘American Hustle’ Director David O. Russell for a Big New Movie

Fans of The Fighter and American Hustle will be happy to hear that director David O. Russell is reteaming with Christian Bale for a big new movie that is being put together at New Regency as part of their overall deal with 20th Century Fox, which is now situated at Disney. Deadline has news of the new David O. Russell movie in the works at New Regency, which would be the first feature film from the director since Joy with Jennifer Lawrence in 2015. The project is on the fast track to producti...
Tags: 20th Century Fox, Casting, Disney/Pixar, Christian-Bale, David-O.-Russell

First Full Trailer for 'Tread' Documentary About Colorado's 'Killdozer'

"Enough is enough! I'm not going to take it anymore." Gravitas has unveiled an official trailer for an indie documentary titled Tread, telling the story of the infamous "Killdozer" incident that took place in Granby, Colorado in 2004. Pushed to his breaking point, a master welder in a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains quietly fortifies a bulldozer with 30 tons of concrete and steel and heads out to destroy those he believes have wronged him. Though it was armed with three high-po...
Tags: Movies, Colorado, Trailer, Documentaries, Rocky Mountains, To Watch, Killdozer, Granby Colorado, Marvin Heemeyer Tread

The ‘Sing Street’ Off-Broadway Musical is a Worthy and Wonderful Adaptation of the Film

The off-Broadway musical adaptation of Sing Street at the New York Workshop Theatre carries on the starry and head-banging spirit of John Carney’s 2016 indie hit. The stage script is adapted and expanded by Enda Walsh, who also penned the Tony-winning stage musical treatment for Carney’s Once .  It’s 1982 in Dublin, Ireland and the family of 16-year-old Connor (a stellar Brenock O’Connor) is among those caught in the waves of economic despair. To conserve their savings, his parents ...
Tags: Movies, Features, Broadway, Connor, Carney, Enda Walsh, Barry, Billy Carter, Brendan, Tony, DUBLIN Ireland, Conor, Baxter, Moran, John Carney, Sing Street

‘Don’t Breathe 2’ Has a New Director

Looks like Don’t Breathe 2 is finally moving forward – with a new director. While original filmmaker Fede Alvarez is still on board as producer and co-writer, he’s handing directorial duties to Rodo Sayagues, who co-wrote the first film. Stephen Lang will return as the surprisingly deadly Blind Man, although plot details are still a mystery. THR says Rodo Sayagues, who co-wrote Don’t Breathe and the Evil Dead remake with Fede Alvarez, is set to make his directorial debut with Don’t Breathe 2...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, Don, Alvarez, Stephen Lang, Fede Alvarez, Don't Breathe, Rodo Sayagues, Don't Breathe 2

Hans Zimmer is Currently Working on Billie Eilish’s ‘No Time to Die’ Theme Song [TCA 2020]

This week, Billie Eilish announced that she is writing and performing the song for the upcoming James Bond movie No Time to Die . Hans Zimmer was also confirmed to write the score. Zimmer was on a Television Critics Association panel for the nature docu-series Seven Worlds, One Planet , for which he also provided the score. After the panel, he spoke with reporters about upcoming projects. Find out how Zimmer is going to work with Eilish, how he hooked up with the Bond producers, and ho...
Tags: Movies, James Bond, Barbara Broccoli, Bbc America, Zimmer, Van Halen, Television Critics Association, Tca, Hans Zimmer, Eon, Billie Eilish, Tangiers, David Arnold, Space Jam, Eilish, Featured Stories Sidebar

Steve Martin and Martin Short to Star in True Crime Comedy on Hulu

Steve Martin and Martin Short are currently touring with their two-man comedy show, but the legendary performers and former Three Amigos co-stars have yet another reunion on the horizon. During the Hulu panel at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, the streaming service announced that Martin and Short will star in an untitled true crime comedy series. Get the details below. TVLine has the report, saying that Hulu gave a straight-to-series order to the 20th Century Fox televis...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Casting, Steve Martin, Hulu, Chevy Chase, Ang Lee, Short, Martin Short, Television Critics Association, Martin, Dan Fogelman, Billy Lynn, Three Amigos, John Hoffman Grace Frankie Looking

ComicLab Podcast: Live by the Platform, Die by the Platform

EPISODE SUMMARY From YouTube’s new policy regarding Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) to SmackJeeves' site-wide changes, the ComicLab guys realize that living by the platform can mean dying by the platform. EPISODE NOTES From YouTube’s new policy regarding Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) to SmackJeeves' site-wide changes, the ComicLab guys realize that living by the platform can mean dying by the platform. Then they take delight in an ingeni...
Tags: Post, Comics, Youtube, Dave, Sheldon, Brad, Brad Guigar, Dave Kellett, Evil Inc

The best PS1 games of all time

The original PlayStation may be old, but it's still an amazing platform for JRPGs, cart racers, and more.
Tags: Gaming, Video Games, Trends, Playstation, Sony, Best Of, Buying Guides, PS1, Best Of Everything, Tier 4

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Lands an Overall Deal with Apple to Develop and Star in New Projects

Apple is continuing to build their roster of talent with exclusive deals, and this time they’ve added a big comedic talent. Seinfeld star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, fresh off her Emmy-winning run as the lead of the HBO comedy series Veep, has signed a multi-year overall deal with Apple to develop, executive produce and star in projects exclusively for Apple TV+. It’s the first time she’s ever signed a deal like this with a streaming service. The Julia Louis-Dreyfus Apple TV+ deal was announced by A...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Movies, Nbc, Armando Iannucci, Will Ferrell, Veep, Christine, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lee Eisenberg, Louis Dreyfus, Appletv, Julia Louis Dreyfus Apple

Toyota Invests ¥43 Billion Into Flying Vehicles

Automotive manufacturer Toyota has announced that they will be investing ¥43 billion ($390 million) in the US startup known as Joby Aviation, who has developed a “flying taxi” capable of taking off vertically and without the need of a runway. Flying vehicles are apparently being seen as an attractive form of travel due to the […]
Tags: Japan, Usa, Technology, Money, Cars, US, Toyota, Anime, Joby Aviation

Maren Eggert in German Drama 'I Was at Home, But' Official Trailer

"Leave me alone, please!" The Cinema Guild has unveiled an official US trailer for the acclaimed German indie drama titled I Was at Home, But… (with ellipses officially / translated from Ich War Zuhause, Aber in German). This premiered at the Berlin Film Festival last year, and stopped by numerous other prestigious festivals including Hong Kong, Melbourne, San Sebastián, Toronto, New York, Chicago, and Vienna. This complicated family drama set in Berlin "tells the story of Astrid, a forty-so...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Berlin, US, Vienna, Indies, Astrid, To Watch, Cinema Guild, Maren Eggert, Zuhause Aber, Astrid Jakob Lassalle

‘Matrix 4’ Cast Now Includes a Character You Probably Forgot About

Hey, remember The Merovingian? The weird vampire (I think?) from The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions? Well, he’s back. Lambert Wilson, who played the character, is reportedly in negotiations to appear in The Matrix 4, the mysterious new sequel being directed by Lana Wachowski. In other Matrix 4 casting news, Eréndira Ibarra, who worked with Wachowski on Sense8, is now part of the team as well. I know The Matrix sequels have their defenders, but I’m not one of them. The first Matri...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Sequels, Monica Bellucci, Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Jada Pinkett Smith, John Wick, Fishburne, Ibarra, Lana Wachowski, Persephone, Wachowski, Yahya Abdul Mateen, The Matrix 4

The Legal Career Of The Obscure First Masked Crime Fighter

He's not as well known as everyone who came after him.
Tags: Books, Comics, Law, Trivia Question of the Day

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