Long Haired Businessmen Video Conference with Will Ferrell and Will Forte

Pro tip: always wear a full suit for Zoom meetings, dress for success folks Look, we’re gonna give it to you straight, this isn’t business as usual. However, just because these are unprecedented times, just because we’re in the throes of a global pandemic, that doesn’t mean you and your esteemed business colleagues can’t still get down to brass tacks. Sure, corporate HQ is closed and you’re pretty sure you just saw a tumbleweed roll down the street from your apartment window, but you kno...
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Story Time With Samuel L. Jackson: “Stay The F*ck At Home”

You heard the man! Government officials at municipal, state, and federal levels have all been telling the public to stay home and follow social distancing guidelines for the past several weeks now. So have we, and so has your mom probably. Unfortunately, though, there are still some people out there who are throwing caution and logic and basic human decency to the wind, and continuing to do dumb shit like hang out in groups at golf courses in the middle of a goddamn pandemic. So! It looks...
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‘The Coop’ Episode 2 Is Here, Who’s Your Main Suspect?

This is the most hands-on reality show you’ll EVER watch You know how every single reality show host says “this is the most dramatic season yet”? Well, this season of The Coop is definitely the most dramatic one yet. I mean, what’s more dramatic than finding the hunkiest member of the house dead in the pool? Not a whole lot! In the season 39 premiere, viewers were introduced to the house members in a pretty unconventional way: by questioning them about the shocking and mysterious death of...
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First Trailer for Amazon Original SELAH AND THE SPADES

The boarding school set drama debuts on Amazon Prime Video this month. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Infinite Dendrogram Episode 12 Impression

On this episode, Franklin continues to cause more destruction after Ray's battle. Later, Shuicihi and more allies intervene.Man, Franklin is just getting more and more annoying with his monsters. Also, it was nice to see Shuicihi finally reveal his true abilities and along some allies. Other than that, I hope our male lead can finish off Franklin. Now what's going to happen next? I can't wait to find out. Overall, more annoying Franklin moments and cool counter battles.
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PR: 2020 Ignatz Submissions Info

Hello Everyone! In light of the global Covid-19 pandemic, we are changing up the process for Ignatz submissions. This year we will only be accepting PDFs to be submitted to the Ignatz jurors, with an optional single physical copies to follow later in the year. ...
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Raina Telgemeier on NPR

A Reading List For The Social Distancing Era, From Cartoonist Raina Telgemeier Ailsa Chang All Things Considered March 30, 2020 https://www.npr.org/2020/03/30/824021942/a-reading-list-for-the-social-distancing-era-from-author-raina-telgemeier https://ondemand.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/atc/2020/03/20200330_atc_a_reading_list_for_the_social_distancing_era_from_author_raina_telgemeier.mp3 Robin Ha and Ebony Flowers are on her list.  [Author: Mike Rhode]
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NPR cartoon on coronavirus home schooling

Comic: How To Turn Your Home Into A School Without Losing Your Sanity LA Johnson Anya Kamenetz NPR March 27, 2020   https://www.npr.org/2020/03/27/816575527/comic-how-to-turn-your-home-into-a-school-without-losing-your-sanity [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Richmond and Baltimore comics store owners interviewed by PW on coronavirus

Comics vs. Coronavirus: Following Up with Comics Retailers By Shannon O'Leary Apr 01, 2020 https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/comics/article/82867-comics-vs-coronavirus-followup-with-comics-retailers.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Dav Pilkey on Library of Congress website

Hey Kids! Dav Pilkey Reads From "Dog Man," Shows You How to Draw Big Jim 04/03/2020  https://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2020/04/hey-kids-dav-pilkey-shows-you-how-to-draw-big-jim/ Bestselling children's author Dav Pilkey shows readers how to draw "Big Jim," a character from his "Dog Man" series, and reads from one of the books. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Thunder Agents #12 - Steve Ditko / Wally Wood art, Wood cover

Wally Wood T.h.u.n.d.e.r. Agents v1 #12, 1967 - A trio of heroes make an explosive entrance on Wally Wood's eye-catching cover. On the lead Dynamo feature, agents of S.P.I.D.E.R. use a machine to increase the strength of one of the biggest goons. Steve Ditko steps in to pencil this tale, bringing a new interpretation to the character. His figure drawings are distinctive, yet Wally Wood's inks [Author: Unknown]
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News: Table Titans: School Days

Scott R. Kurtz: If you love Table Titans and you're interested in how comics are made, I have a treat for you. I have started working on a brand new Table Titans story, tentatively titled School Days and I'm inviting everyone behind the scenes to watch it be made in real-time. Anyone who supports our Table Titans Patreon, at any level, will have access to my writing process, drawing process, development sketches, and the finished pages as I create them. I'll be posting videos...
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News Post: Kuarantine

Tycho: There’s a lot of physicality being ported to these digimal realms lately, something you know if you have to find some new way to work or if you have mewling, molting larvae at home trying to figure out what school means when you have six teachers, no firm guidance, a lot of buzzwords, and school is functionally illegal.  Spoiler: it fucking sucks. This digitization wave had already come to sports by the time we were trying to figure out what it meant at home, and our own Gabriel was sort ...
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15-Year-Old Boy Kills Grandmother for Attending His Graduation

A 15-year-old boy heartlessly murdered his own grandmother after she committed the despicable deed of attending his graduation, bound to have many wondering the child’s inevitable fate. Police explained that the boy contacted authorities saying that his grandmother was “becoming cold in her bedroom”; the 76-year-old woman was living with the 15-year-old boy at their […]
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‘The Third Day’ Delayed Until Fall, But You Can Watch a New Trailer Now

HBO’s new series The Third Day looks promising, and I was looking forward to seeing it next month. Sadly, I – and everyone else – will have to wait a little longer. The series is the latest bit of entertainment that’s had to shuffle its release due to the coronavirus outbreak, and now won’t be premiering until the fall. But in the meantime, you can check out a new trailer below. The Third Day Trailer This is a great trailer. It doesn’t give away too much, but it does a wonderful job dra...
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‘The Office’ Executive Producers Developing New Comedy Series Inspired By Working from Home During Coronavirus

Right now, everyone is looking for some kind of reprieve from being locked up at home due to the spread of the coronavirus across the United States. That doesn’t appear to be in the cards anytime soon, but The Office executive producers Paul Lieberstein and Ben Silverman think they’ve figured out a way to make light of the situation by crafting a new workplace comedy series inspired by the sudden rise in employees working from home due to the outbreak of coronavirus forcing people to practice s...
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‘Lean on Me’—Bill Withers from Slab Fork, West Virginia to Number 1 on the Charts

Lean on me When you’re not strong And I’ll be your friend I’ll help you carry on… —Bill Withers (1938-2020) Lean on Me could be the symbolic theme song for 2020 Scott W. Smith
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Superhero Bits: Iron Man VR Delayed Indefinitely, Barbara Gordon Coming to ‘Titans’ Season 3 & More

Want to smell like The Punisher? Would you like to learn how to draw Groot? Where is a Batman cosplayer trying to keep people off the streets with a Batmobile? How is astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson ruining superheroes this time? Want to play as Deadpool in Fortnite? Why was Venom trending on Twitter before the weekend? Are you bummed that Iron Man VR has been delayed? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. You can draw an adorable version of Groot from Guardians of the Ga...
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Many Moviegoers Eager to Return to Movie Theaters, But Others Are More Hesitant Due to Coronavirus

Movie theaters across the United States are shut down as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the country. Once we’re done battling this virus, some movie theaters may not be there to meet us on the other side. With an unclear window for when movie theaters will reopen, some of them simply can’t afford to be without a revenue stream for a few months. But the good news is, for those theaters who are able to survive, they’ll be met with open arms by moviegoers again. A new poll con...
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‘Free Guy’ Clip: Ryan Reynolds Sits at Home While the Outside World Goes Wild

Free Guy, the film in which Ryan Reynolds plays an NPC living in a violent video game world, was among the many movies that Disney shuffled around on the release calendar today due to the coronavirus pandemic. The movie, which was initially supposed to arrive this July, will now hit theaters on December 11, 2020. To make that delay a little more bearable, Reynolds shared a clip from the film on his YouTube page of his character sitting inside his apartment as the outside world goes absolutely i...
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Marvel Studios Hires ‘Rick and Morty’ Veteran to Write ‘Ant-Man 3’

Ant-Man 3 has found a writer. Jeff Loveness, who currently serves as a writer and co-producer on Adult Swim’s sci-fi comedy series Rick and Morty, has been hired to write the continuing adventures of Ant-Man and the Wasp for Marvel Studios. Get more details below. According to The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision blog, Marvel hired Loveness “in the early days of Hollywood’s shutdown,” so writing has already begun on the sequel, which will presumably reunite Paul Rudd as Scott Lang/Ant-Man, Ev...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Sequels, Michael Pena, Tbs, Thor, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Daniel Radcliffe, Marvel Studios, Morty, Rick, Luis, Paul Rudd

Ant-Man 3 Lands Rick and Morty Scribe to Pen Script

Ant-Man 3 lands Rick and Morty scribe to pen script The Marvel Cinematic Universe is diving into the wild writer’s room of Rick and Morty once again as Jeff Loveness has been tapped to pen the script for the highly-anticipated third installment of the Ant-Man franchise, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Exclusive: Michael Peña Hopes to Return For Ant-Man 3 Sources report that Loveness’ deal was closed just before much of Hollywood shut down amidst global health concerns and tha...
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‘Home Before Dark’ Showrunner Dana Fox and Director Jon M. Chu on Making Dark Subject Matter Accessible [Interview]

Director Jon M. Chu has built his career making mostly bright, poppy entertainment like Step Up 3D, Jem and the Holograms, Crazy Rich Asians, and the upcoming In the Heights. But he’s dipping into darker territory in Home Before Dark, a new AppleTV+ drama which hails from creators/showrunners Dana Fox (New Girl) and Dara Resnik (Daredevil). It’s a mystery series centering on 9-year-old journalist named Hilde Lisko, played by The Florida Project’s Brooklynn Prince, and inspired by a real-life ki...
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Inmou Thoroughly Loves the Hairy Maidens

New fever-inducing schoolgirls accompany Inmou’s second episode, the women being of the same voluptuous and oddly hairy variety as the first episode’s temptresses; the rather eager male protagonists can’t resist their beauty since they can be seen adoring the girls from perverse angles (among other things). Omake:
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The Weekend Binge: The show that redefined sci-fi and the War on Terror

Welcome to Queerty’s latest entry in our Queerantined: Daily Dose series. Every day as long as the COVID-19 pandemic has us under quarantine, we’ll release a suggested bit of gloriously queer entertainment designed to keep you from getting stir crazy in the house. Each weekend, we will also suggest a bingable title to keep you extra busy. The Addictive: Battlestar Galactica Scary how a reality show presidency and a global pandemic can make us opine for the bygone awful days of George W. Bush, n...
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Focus Features Launching Movie Mondays with a Free Livestream of Films Throughout April

Since movie and television productions are currently on hold, entertainment companies are showing solidarity by making a lot of free content available for people to enjoy while they self-quarantine at home. HBO is the latest to offer up some premium content for free, and even Marvel Comics is getting in on the free content supply. Now Focus Features is launching their own Focus Movie Mondays, where they will live stream one of their films on Facebook for free throughout the month of April.  F...
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Adam Sandler Thanks Doctors and Nurses in a Catchy Quarantine Song

When he’s not getting snubbed for an Oscar, Adam Sandler can always be relied on to whip out a funny musical ditty that will lighten our moods during the most trying of times. And these are indeed trying times. During an appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s at-home edition of The Tonight Show, the actor and comedian debuted a quarantine song that paid tribute to the doctors and nurses on the frontlines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and asked us listeners to appreciate the hard work they do. A...
Tags: Television, Movies, Jimmy Fallon, America, Netflix, Musical, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Adam-sandler, Sandman, Fallon, Crocs, Sandler, Dan Bulla, Coronavirus

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