Matthew McConaughey Hosted Virtual Bingo For A Senior Center And It’s Delightful

*Choking back tears* alright alright alright Adjusting to life under the preventative measures put in place to help protect ourselves and our communities from coronavirus, like social distancing and Stay At Home orders, has been more difficult for some than it has been for others. There are plenty of extroverts out there who are bouncing off the walls and have probably started talking to their houseplants for even a crumb of socialization, and I’d imagine that many parents now on week thre...
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This Fan-Made ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Lip Sync Is Simply The Best

Oh god it’s so sweet I’m gonna cry oh man I think it’s safe to say that we’re all in need of some happy, uplifting news these days. So with that said, Schitt’s Creek, the best series ever, is officially over. Okay, I know that’s the complete opposite of happy, uplifting news, but bear with me — that’s just the setup. All good things, unfortunately, must come to an end. Six seasons definitely did not feel like enough, but this is exactly how Dan Levy and the rest of the Schitt’s squad env...
Tags: David, Humor, Tina Turner, Jessica, Creek, Dan Levy, David Rose, Schitt, Sloane Hughes, Jessica Mielke, Blou

Ted White on Polio

Long-time comics editor Ted White compares today's epidemic to the polio of his youth - Déjà Vu All Over Again By Ted White Falls Church News-Press (April 2 2020) / FCNP.com April 7, 2020   https://fcnp.com/2020/04/07/deja-vu-all-over-again/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Ben Hatke returns to blogging

Wine, Love, and Lyrics in a time of Quarantine. April 6, 2020 http://www.benhatke.com/2020/04/wine-love-and-lyrics-in-time-of.html It's good to see his art again. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Cavna talks to cartoonists about isolation

5 tips to spark your creativity while working alone, from artists who do it all the time Michael Cavna   Washington Post April 6, 2020 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2020/04/06/creativity-brain-tips-mind-isolation-art-quarantine/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog #3 - Alex Toth art

Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog v1 #3, 1952 - After the recent deaths at a traveling circus, the owners call on Rex and his keeper to investigate. Alex Toth does a marginally better job than his previous issues, starting with a metaphor for the opening splash. The first few pages are more heavily inked, resulting in more graphically compelling scenes (see interior page below). Despite the [Author: Unknown]
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Cosplayer Minase Airi Extremely Proud of Her Thighs

The divine Minase Airi is an individual with a passion for cosplay as witnessed by way of her Twitter account, as the breath-taking female uploads photos of herself for amorous men to partake of, many of which feature her wearing the outfit of Sword Art Online’s Sinon or focus exclusively on her thighs. Those skeptical […]
Tags: Japan, Anime, Cosplay, Legs, Sword Art Online, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Maids, China Dress, Minase Airi

Review: The Other Lamb

— by RON WILKINSON — The opening scenes of the concubine-like quarters of the 15 or so women under the control of Shepherd tell the whole story. Do not try to impose any kind of literal, rational interpretation on this movie. The message is allegorical, at best. At worst, it is exploitation; a revenge thriller […]
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Ero-Anime With Oni Girl Nezu-chan Ravages Kimetsu no Yaiba’s N*zuko

Kimetsu no Yaiba’s precious Nezuko has been lewded by the erotic community by way of “Ero-Anime with Oni Girl Nezu-chan“, subjecting the girl to tons of sexual activities that will have purists scrambling to protect the fictional girl’s innocence. The attractive package comes with an assortment of depraved animations revolving around the sexy demon-slayer, her […]
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CBS Resurrecting Sunday Night Movies to Fill in For Shortened TV Seasons

Back in the old days, long before streaming, and even before home video as we know it today, networks aired movies. NBC had NBC’s Saturday Night at the Movies, and both ABC and CBS had the Sunday Night Movie. Well, as the saying goes, everything old is new again, and as CBS finds itself facing a drop-off in programming due to coronavirus delays, they’re bringing back the Sunday Night Movie. Starting in May, CBS will be airing titles like Raiders of the Lost Ark and Titanic on Sunday nights. ...
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Exclusive ‘Cursed Films’ Clip Unleashes the Curse of ‘The Omen’

Cursed Films, Shudder’s new series about the urban legends surrounding classic horror films, is a must-watch. They’ve already debuted an episode on The Exorcist, and this week they’ll be premiering a new ep devoted to Richard Donner’s 1976 classic, The Omen. We’re debuting an exclusive Cursed Films clip that features Donner and more talking about some of the spooky happenings that surrounded The Omen‘s production. Cursed Films Clip Do you believe in curses? I don’t, but I sure love hear...
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The Venice Film Festival Will Not Be Going Digital

Everything is delayed, canceled, or on hold at the moment due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), which means that film festivals are having to make some tough choices. Cannes is postponed. SXSW was canceled, but they recently announced they would try to put together an online film festival with Amazon Prime Video. TIFF has yet to make a decision one way or another, but festival runners Joana Vicente and Cameron Bailey mentioned last week that they were considering a potential digital festival. Digi...
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ScreenPlus Allows Theaters to Create Personalized VOD Platforms, Which Could Help Them Survive During the Coronavirus

We’ve documented the hardships of movie theaters as this pandemic has essentially put the entire industry on hold. Bailout programs have been put in place and organizations are collecting money to make sure theaters are able to turn the lights back on when everything returns to normal, but now a potential new revenue stream has presented itself as another way to help in the short term. It’s called ScreenPlus, and thanks to their partnership with a software company called VistaGroup, they’ve rol...
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Universal Developing Night of the Hunter Remake

Universal developing Night of the Hunter remake Universal Pictures is diving back in time as they have begun development on a new adaptation of the Davis Grubb thriller novel The Night of the Hunter, which was previously adapted in to the 1955 Robert Mitchum-led classic, according to Variety. RELATED: Universal Pushes Bob Odenkirk’s Nobody, Untitled M. Night Shyamalan Thriller The novel, published in 1953, follows murderous ex-con Harry Powell in the American South in the Great Depression ...
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April 7 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW April 7 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s April 7 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Little Women Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the timeless and beloved story of four sisters each determined to live life on their own terms. Dolittle The eccentric Dr. Dolittle sets sail on a...
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‘The Night of the Hunter’ Remake in Development at Universal From ‘Operation Finale’ Writer

In 1955, Oscar-winning actor Charles Laughton, who appeared in films like Witness for the Prosecution, Mutiny on the Bounty, and Spartacus, stepped behind the camera as a director for the first and only time. The result was The Night of the Hunter, a dark, moody thriller starring Robert Mitchum as a serial killer, and a movie that is beloved by cinephiles and has influenced generations of filmmakers and storytellers. It’s a stone-cold classic: not just one of the best films ever directed by an ...
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We Now Have to Wait Until February to See Bob Odenkirk as an Action Movie Star

Universal is making some more changes to its release date calendar due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. While other studios are still hoping to release movies in late July despite the near future remaining unclear, the folks at Universal aren’t taking any chances – they’ve moved Nobody, their Bob Odenkirk action movie, until February of next year. Get the details on that below, and learn what’s happening with M. Night Shyamalan‘s new movie as well. Nobody was originally set to open in the...
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Stageit, the Music Live-Stream Platform, Finally Comes Into Its Own

If ever a platform was built for the stay-at-home era and took years to realize it, it’s Stageit. The site is the spot where fans are paying to see upward of 700 artist performances a week in an intimate setting — face-to-face, laptop-to-laptop. With touring, a musician's financial lifeline, ceased until this pandemic ends, Stageit […]
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Violet Evergarden Movie Delayed a Second Time

People excitedly awaiting the premiere of the Violet Evergarden movie have been dealt a devastating blow as the movie has now been delayed for a second time, predictably as a result of the Coronavirus and probably instilling no surprise in any fan at this point. The production committee behind the film delivered yet another heart-wrenching […]
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Zillow and Trulia beat back patent infringement suit for listing apps

'This ruling ensures we will be able to continue to provide this information,' said a Zillow Group spokesperson.
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Tiffany Haddish & Common Caught Quarantining Together, Adding Fuel to Recent Dating Rumors

After continuing to deny the rumors, there’s now more evidence that Tiffany Haddish and Common are a couple … or at least more than “just friends.” Over the weekend, Haddish made an appearance during Cedric the Entertainer’s virtual Heal Through Laughter event, a fundraiser for COVID-19 relief. Haddish revealed that she was not quarantining alone and fans noticed Common roaming in the background. The musician eventually crashed Haddish’s segment to speak to Cedric and thank him for keeping us la...
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Shikijou Kyoudan Converts a Sultry Schoolgirl

The targets of Shikijou Kyoudan’s sex cult has shifted from suffering wives to naive schoolgirls as the erotic animation’s second episode has ravaged a ravishing blonde, a nice change of pace for those that don’t enjoy the concept of breeding with a woman the same age as their mother. Omake:
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More Disney Theatrical Movies Could Go Direct to Disney+, But Don’t Expect Big Tentpole Films, Says Bob Iger

With movie theaters shut down for the time being, and so many movie release dates delayed, moviegoers are wondering if more and more titles will go directly to digital or streaming. Disney made this decision recently with one of their upcoming movies, Artemis Fowl, which is headed right to Disney+. Could that mean additional Disney theatrical titles will go straight there as well? According to Bob Iger, yes – but don’t expect that from huge tentpole movies like Black Widow or Mulan. No one c...
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Do you have a Plan B for Field Day?

Not the most appropriate graphic for FD 2020, but I’m sure it was designed well before we all quarantined. STAY HOME ON FIELD DAY! It’s beginning to look like Field Day is going to be a lot different this year. Even though it’s still more than two and a half months away, I’m beginning to think that there will still be restrictions on large gatherings, at least here in Michigan. A week or so ago, the ARRL offered some guidance on this. They suggest that you: Encourage club members to operate fr...
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Federal judge rejects R. Kelly’s coronavirus get out of jail request

A federal judge today denied a request that accused serial sexual abuser R. Kelly be released from jail, rejecting claims by his lawyers that he is at high risk of contracting COVID-19. READ THE DECISION: [PDF] The judge said they failed to prove their client is no longer “a flight risk or a danger to the community.” 'At least 2' workers at the jail have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus. From reporting by Marina Fang for HuffPo: On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly reje...
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Former Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff leaves board of directors

Rascoff served as CEO until 2019, when company founder Rich Barton returned.
Tags: Technology, Ipo, Radio, Zillow, Industry News, Spencer Rascoff, Select, News Brief, Rich Barton, Rascoff

Netflix Will Allow Parents to Filter, Remove Movies and Shows From Kids’ Profiles

With kids quarantined inside with nothing to do but stream movies and shows for the foreseeable future, parents are naturally going to get stricter with what they can and can’t watch. But how many complaints do you think it took for Netflix to start rolling those stricter parental controls into its actual platform? We can’t know for sure, but it had to have been a fair few in a short amount of time, considering how fast Netflix is rolling out a new series of tools allowing parents to filter — a...
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