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Appreciation: Kirk Douglas was a Hollywood light who never seemed to fear the darkness

Flowers rest on Hollywood icon Kirk Douglas’ star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Douglas passed away at the age of 103-years old, Wednesday February, 5, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Tour guide Gregg Donovan moves flowers on the Hollywood Walk of Fame star of Hollywood icon Kirk Douglas who passed away at the age of 103-years old Wednesday February, 5, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Sound The gallery will resume in se...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, News, Jack Nicholson, California, Washington, White House, Israel, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Jimmy Carter, Amsterdam, Broadway


Bofuri Episode 5 Impression

On this episode, Kasumi parties up with Maple and Sally instead of attacking them. Later, the duo continues gathering the medals until the event ends. So it was nice to see Maple randomly make more new friends along with Sally. Also, the medal gathering action is really awesome and especially how Sally does some PvP fights by herself. Other than that, the ending result got me laughing hard because of Maple's desired skills that she earned. Now what's going to be the next plot? I'll be definitely...
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Kokodayo! Arknights Kroos Your Eyes Video

Around a year ago, a fan created a video by doing editing demonstration parts on Kroos' voice lines and then launches them as a song. Here's the video.By the way, could this video be secretly brainwashing? It successfully got stuck in my head. Kokodayo!
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Spokesman-Review credits Washington Post for bigger comics pages

The Post of 1954 true, but... Rob Curley: Adding more comics and puzzles still a great idea from 1954 Wed., Feb. 5, 2020 https://www.spokesman.com/stories/2020/feb/05/rob-curley-adding-more-comics-and-puzzles-still-a-/  [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Zorro v2 #4 - Alex Toth reprint

(Walt Disney presents) Zorro v2 #4, 1966 - This issue contains the first reprinting of "The Banditos" from Zorro v1 #9. Though Gold Key's versions are slightly smaller than the originals, this series does an nice job at reproducing Alex Toth's artwork. Find >this issue or more >Toth or >Zorro issues on ebay. - - - - - - - - -  Home / Toth / Zorro ebay  >this issue >Toth >Zorro [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Hacker Forced to Pay Nintendo $250,000 May Also Be Jailed for Child Porn

A 21-year-old man from California is likely to be sentenced to three years in prison after investigations of his hacking activities uncovered child pornography. Ryan Hernandez, who also goes by the online handle of “RyanRocks”, was charged with multiple hacking incidents going as far back as 2016, when he used phishing techniques to obtain information […]
Tags: Games, Usa, Crime, Children, California, Hacking, Nintendo, Courts, Pornography, Anime, Nintendo Switch, Ryan Hernandez, RyanRocks


Watch This Video Of A Coyote And A Badger Who Are Friends And Weep

I would lay down my life for them Everything is bad! All of it! The Senate acquitting Donald Trump today is bad! The shady shit going on with the Iowa caucus is bad! Climate change is bad! The current administration is rolling back every environmental protection they possibly can and are actively helping it along, and that’s bad! The WiFi in my office today is bad! Tax season is approaching, annoying and bad! It’s only Wednesday! Bad! It’s all bad!! There is only one thing today that is ...
Tags: Senate, Disney, Iowa, Humor, Donald Trump, Sloane Hughes, San Francisco BayArea


New Release Review - BIRDS OF PREY

The fantabulous emancipation of one Harley Quinn. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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EVO 2020 Tournament Lineup Features Surprising Title Return

During a special Twitch live stream, the EVO fighting game tournament organizers revealed the game lineup for this year’s iteration of the event, featuring the surprising return of Marvel vs. Capcom 2. The latest edition of the tournament will feature the first appearance of Granblue Fantasy: Versus and the return of Marvel vs. Capcom 2 […]
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Jameela Jamil comes out on Twitter

Actress Jameela Jamil, known for her role on the sitcom The Good Place, has come out as queer, apparently as part of pushback against criticism of her role as a judge on a reality competition series. The improglio began when HBO Max streaming service announced Jamil would serve as one of the judges on the new ballroom competition show Legendary, alongside Dashaun Wesley and Megan Thee Stallion. The show will feature contestants grouped into 10 “houses” competing to win cash prizes. Critics clai...
Tags: Feature, Hbo, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Sam Smith, Legendary, Ad Friendly, James Blake, Dashaun Wesley, Jamil, Jameela Jamil, HBO Max


‘The Roads Not Taken’ Trailer: Elle Fanning Tries to Connect With Her Ailing Father, Javier Bardem

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,” writes Robert Frost in his famous poem. “And sorry I could not travel both.” Frost’s beloved poem ponders the ideas of choice and self-determination with a devastatingly simple metaphor. The upcoming feature film starring Javier Bardem and Elle Fanning grapples with those same concepts, in a slightly more complicated way. The Roads Not Taken is a film directed by British auteur Sally Potter that follows a daughter (Fanning) who takes her ailing father (Bar...
Tags: Movies, Salma Hayek, Drama, Molly, New York City, Leo, Movie Trailers, Sally Potter, Frost, Orlando, Laura Linney, Potter, Javier-Bardem, Elle-Fanning, Robert Frost, Bleecker Street


Superhero Bits: DC Daily Podcast Launches, ‘Birds of Prey’ Box Office Tracking & More

How much could Birds of Prey make globally in its opening weekend? What is Odin doing on Earth in a Thor: The Dark World deleted scene? How does a new Batman comic let him turn any car into a Batmobile? What advice did The Eternals star Kumail Nanjiani have for Shang-Chi star Simu Liu? Which X-Men star wants to join the Spider-Verse? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. It’s time for an awkward 1989 prom in the promo for “Slay Anything,” the next DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. D...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Earth, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Batman, Thor, Avengers, Dorothy, Aquaman, Hawkeye, Joker, Odin, Titans, Barry Allen, Tyler Posey


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Rachel McAdams Won’t Return For Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Rachel McAdams Won’t Return For Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Earlier today, word broke that Marvel is in talks with Sam Raimi to bring him on board to direct Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. But Variety‘s report also buried another major piece of news that’s been largely ignored. According to Variety, Rachel McAdams will not be returning for the Doctor Strange sequel. In the first film, McAdams portrayed Dr. Christine Palmer, a colleague and former lover of Benedict...
Tags: Amazon, Comics, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marvel, Rachel Mcadams, Strange, Doctor Strange, Marvel Studios, Elizabeth Olsen, Loki, Christine, McAdams, Wong, Sam Raimi, Benedict Wong


Theme Park Bits: Patrick Mahomes Goes to Disney World, 3-D Maps of Disney Parks, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: The Super Bowl LIV champ goes to Disney. Look at 3-D versions of the Disney Parks via Apple Maps. And more! If there’s one thing you must know about me, it’s that I’m a longtime Buffalo Bills fan. (Stop laughing.) If there’s a second thing you must know about me, it’s that I’m a longtime New York Mets fan. (I said stop laughing.) What do those teams have to do with theme parks? Well, with the conclusion of Super Bowl LIV, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterb...
Tags: Google, Movies, Disney, Tokyo, Buffalo Bills, Theme Parks, Cinderella, Kansas City Chiefs, Walt Disney World, Apple Maps, New York Mets, Orlando, Disney World, Mahomes, Chiefs, Minnie


RAJAR Q4 2019: New record for digital radio listening

Digital listening share has increased by 11% to a new record of 58.5%, up from 52.6% in Q4 2018 in the latest figures for Q4 2019. They were boosted by the launch of new national commercial digital stations, and the growth of listening online via smart speakers in home and DAB listening in car. Overall digital listening grew by 43.4 million hours or 8% year on year. Listening via online and apps grew by 28.5 million hours (or by 30%) to now account for 12.5% of all listening and 21.5% of digi...
Tags: UK, Top, Digital, Global, Bbc, Industry, Radio, LBC, BBC Radio, Rajar, Virgin Radio, Ford Ennals CEO of Digital Radio UK


Kirk Douglas, maverick movie star of Hollywood’s golden age, dies at 103

By HILLEL ITALIE LOS ANGELES — Kirk Douglas, the intense, muscular actor with the dimpled chin who starred in “Spartacus,” “Lust for Life” and dozens of other films, helped fatally weaken the blacklist against suspected Communists and reigned for decades as a Hollywood maverick and patriarch, died Wednesday, his family said. He was 103. “It is with tremendous sadness that my brothers and I announce that Kirk Douglas left us today at the age of 103,” his son Michael said in a statement on his Ins...
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Tom Hiddleston to Star in Netflix Political Thriller Series ‘White Stork’

Tom Hiddleston is taking over our TV screens, one streaming service at a time. In addition to starring in the upcoming Disney+ series Loki, the Avengers: Endgame star has been tapped to lead White Stork, a Netflix political thriller series created, written, and executive produced by Jericho scribe Chris Dunlop. Variety reports that Hiddleston is set to star in White Stork, a 10-part political thriller that follows politician James Cooper, “whose parliamentary ambitions and personal life are ...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Amc, Disney, Bbc, Netflix, Thriller, Cbs, Thor, Tom Hiddleston, James Cooper, Political, Jericho, Hiddleston, Stork, Chris Dunlop


RAJAR Q4 2019: London and national brands round-up

Coverage of the general election helped 5 Live, Radio 4 and LBC each add half a million listeners across 2019. 5 Live is up from 4.9m to 5.4m in the Q4/2019 RAJAR listening figures, while Radio 4 has added a similar amount, rising from 10.4m a year ago to 10.9m now. LBC, including new digital station LBC News, posts a record high of 2.7m listeners (up more than half a million year on year), while talkRADIO is up more than 40% from 12 months ago to now have 433,000 listeners a week – another r...
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RAJAR Q4 2019: The quarterly radio Infographic is here

The quarterly RAJAR Infographic is here with all the data you need for Q4, 2019, including All Radio Listening, Average Hours Per Listener and Digital Platforms.
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Celebrate ‘The Goonies’ 35th Anniversary with Four-Day Fan Event and Screening Tour in Oregon

The Goonies is one of the most beloved films to come out of the 1980s. This year, the movie directed by Richard Donner and producer Steven Spielberg is celebrating its 35th anniversary, and Oregon Film and Travel Oregon are teaming up to pay tribute from where the adventure unfolded. The state where the movie takes place, in the town of Astoria, will host a special fan event spread across four days, as well as public screenings of the movie in five cities around the Beaver State. Find out all a...
Tags: Movies, Oregon, Events, Steven Spielberg, Astoria, Todd Davidson, La Grande, Richard Donner, Action/Adventure, Family Films, Movie Tourism, The-Goonies, Oregon Film and Travel Oregon, Oregon Film, Bowling Alley, Churchill School Baker City


Sam Raimi in Talks to Direct ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

Scott Derrickson walked away from directing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness for Marvel Studios due to creative differences. But now, they’ve found his replacement. Director Sam Raimi is in talks to take the helm of the Doctor Strange sequel starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme. Considering Raimi’s reputation for horror with the likes of the Evil Dead franchise and Drag Me to Hell, not to mention his time spent with Spider-Man for an entire trilogy of films, he seems...
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Kirk Douglas, a Star of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Dies at 103

Mr. Douglas’s rugged good looks and muscular intensity made him a commanding presence in films like “Lust for Life,” “Spartacus” and “Paths of Glory.”
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Kirk Douglas, longtime influential movie star, dies at 103

By HILLEL ITALIE LOS ANGELES — Kirk Douglas, the muscular actor with the dimpled chin who starred in “Spartacus,” “Lust for Life” and dozens of other films and helped fatally weaken the Hollywood blacklist, has died at 103, People magazine reported Wednesday. “It is with tremendous sadness that my brothers and I announce that Kirk Douglas left us today at the age of 103,” his son Michael said in a statement obtained by People. “To the world, he was a legend, an actor from the golden age of movie...
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Report: Sam Raimi May Direct Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Report: Sam Raimi May Direct Doctor Strange 2 Last month, Scott Derrickson stepped down as director of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness over creative differences with Marvel. However, it looks like Marvel may have already found a replacement: Sam Raimi. Via Variety, Raimi is in talks to direct the Doctor Strange sequel, with Derrickson remaining as a producer. Raimi arguably set the stage for the MCU with the original Spider-Man trilogy for Sony. If Raimi signs on, this will be his...
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RAJAR Q4 2019: Regional and local radio facts and figures

The big stories from around the regions this quarter include Capital Scotland shedding 104,000 listeners, whilst Hits Radio and Greatest Hits Radio increased listeners in the North of England. BBC Locals BBC local radio reached 7.5million listeners per week, from 7.43m last quarter and 7.8m last year. Most stations remained fairly consistent, although BBC Radio Kent and London took the biggest drops whilst Merseyside and York saw significant increases quarter on quarter. BBC Radio Manchester,...
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Comedy Series ‘Run’ Hits On HBO April 12th, And It Looks Brilliant

Fans of Fleabag have something new coming that they are going to want to get on their radar, though it looks like a tough sell for some. Run, is a series with an introduction that doesn’t exactly scream comedy, and appears to filter through a veneer that leans more toward the dramatic. Still, this somewhat confused, atypical approach already hints at similarities to Fleabag. Leaving aside persnickety details, like what the show is about, for the moment, Run is executive produced by Vicky Jone...
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Battling Juvenile Incarceration in Trailer for '1275 Days' Documentary

"It's cruel punishment." FilmRise has released an official trailer for an indie documentary titled 1275 Days, a powerful film about juvenile incarceration and terribly long sentences for criminals. In 2013 in Indiana, 15-year-old Blake Layman and four friends broke into a neighbor's home, thinking it was unoccupied. The homeowner surprised them, firing a gun. One boy was shot and killed. Three of the boys were caught, and sentenced to 55 years in prison each. Blake's family & his girlfriend ...
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The 39 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now

Sorting through the Amazon Prime Video catalog can be tough, so here are the best movies available right now.
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Review: 'Birds of Prey' Breaks the Fourth Wall in Harley Quinn's Style

Harley Quinn. Two words, many meanings, one powerful woman. The woman that she used to be in Suicide Squad is gone. Now, audiences have a chance to experience this badass lady cause some serious mayhem and teach a spoiled man a lesson. The action unfurls swiftly as Harley breezes by in her sparkling roller-skates and breaks bones. Cathy Yan and Christina Hodson demonstrate their phenomenal directing and writing skills with DC's Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quin...
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