Dana Maier at the New Yorker

Daily Shouts Fashionable Outfits for Working from Home The Full Caro, the Hedy Lamarr, and other clothing options for domestic productivity. By Dana Maier Daily Shouts Commuting Awards That Were Cancelled Due to the Coronavirus Most Oblivious While Seated on the Subway Next to a Standing Pregnant Woman—and other awards that won't be handed out this year. By Irv...
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Who’s Been Lying To The Rest Of The House?

Perhaps we’ve found our murderer after all Last episode, it seemed like we had things pretty much figured out. There were two pretty major suspects uncovered, and now would have been the perfect time to expose them in front of the rest of the house. But, this is The Coop, so there’s going to have to be at least a few more dramatic reveals. Like episode 4’s major twist — someone lied about being the last person to see Ryan alive. Gasp! And now it’s up to you to either clear their name off...
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Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, And Jimmy Fallon’s Soap Opera Sketch Literally Had Me In Tears

The costume changes alone made me WHEEZE Everyone’s had to make some pretty major adjustments in order to practice safe social distancing, and that includes folks in the entertainment industry. We’re on week four (or seventeen, honestly who knows what day it is at this point) of no in-studio shows, and although seeing talk show hosts monologuing from their garages and bathtubs using their iPhone cameras was a definitely odd at first, it’s been really fun to watch just how creative they c...
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5 Best Car Movies On Amazon Prime For The Coronavirus Quarantine

Let us know on Twitter what car movies or shows you are watching during the Coronavirus quarantine, and if you have any suggestions. Looking for car stuff to watch while staying healthy? Then ask, and ye shall receive. Here’s the five best car movies on Amazon Prime right now. If you’re a gearhead like us, watching car stuff is a fun way to pass the time during this Coronavirus quarantine. We recently compiled a list of the best car movies on Netflix and have now moved onto Amazon Pri...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Abc, Amazon Prime, Bbc, Netflix, Magazine, Autos, Spike Lee, Kevin Hart, Nascar, James May, Nicolas Cage, Scott, Newman, Ken Block

Clay Jones takes 3rd in Headliner Awards

The Press Club of Atlantic City has announced the winners of the 2020 National Headliner Awards. Third Place Clay Jones CNN/Claytoons   Founded in 1934 by the Press Club of Atlantic City, the National Headliner Awards program is one of the oldest and largest annual contests recognizing journalistic merit in the communications industry. The first National Headliner Awards were presented in 1935.  Since then, more than 2,650 Headliner medallions have been presented to ...
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Tamayomi Feels up Some Muscular Thighs

A fierce batting showdown has taken place in Tamayomi as the girls show off the extent of their baseball prowess, backstories and recollections of past events also being in abundance (along with some thigh-pinching action) to help viewers establish an emotional connection with the girls. Omake:
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Superhero Bits: ‘Supergirl’ Return Pushed Back Another Week, ‘Superman & Lois’ Adds Lana Lang & More

What’s the new return date for Supergirl? Why didn’t Kaley Cuoco use the signature Brooklyn accent for Harley Quinn? Did you know Superman once quarantined himself to save people from a virus? Who is playing Lana Lang on Superman & Lois? Is there a hidden Avengers Easter egg in Thor? Why did Black Widow co-star Florence Pugh shut off her Instagram comments? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. View this post on Instagram ...
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‘The Half of It’ Trailer: Netflix’s Teen Rom-Com Has a Love Triangle With an LGBTQ Twist

Netflix has already tried its hand at the modern-day teen romantic-comedy take on Cyrano de Bergerac with the profoundly bad Sierra Burgess is a Loser. But its latest teen rom-com fare offers a seemingly more affecting and progressive take on the classic catfishing story. Directed by Alice Wu, The Half of It follows the bookish girl who is enlisted by a sweet jock to help him write love letters for the beautiful popular girl. The problem: she falls in love with her too. Watch The Half of It tra...
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Luminous Witches Wielding Music as Their Magic

A Strike Witches anime spinoff called “Renmei Kuugun Koukuu Mahou Ongakutai Luminous Witches” will be gracing TVs sometime in the future and a PV was recently distributed to tease fans of the not-pantsu franchise, the focal witches being just as cute and lovable as the teams before them. The PV was initially shown off a […]
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Watching Under Quarantine: Movies Anywhere Screen Pass, Twitch Watch Parties, ‘Reno 911’ on Zoom, and More

I know different parts of the country adopted self-isolation and quarantine procedures at different times over the past several weeks, but many of us are coming up on a full month of being in quarantine due to COVID-19. And amid all of the Tiger King discourse, our daily streaming recommendations, and films like Parasite and Portrait of a Lady on Fire hitting Hulu, you may have missed a few things that might help make your time at home a tiny bit better. So let’s run through a few of them, shal...
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‘Kubrick By Kubrick’ Trailer: Hear Stanley Kubrick Discuss His Work in Unearthed Recordings

Stanley Kubrick is probably one of the most studied filmmakers in American history – you can find hundreds of books about the making of classics like The Shining, Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Spartacus, and the rest of his filmography. But hearing what Kubrick thought about his movies, in his own words, is more of a rarity. Now, a new documentary aims to scratch that itch for film fans. Kubrick By Kubrick Trailer Director Grégory Monro‘s documentary is supp...
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Star Wars Bits: The Art of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, The Lightsaber Collection, Blast Points Podcast’s QVC Commentary, and More!

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: The Making of The Art of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Blast Points Podcast’s Cavalcade of Content The Rise of Skywalker Novelization: Additional Scenes & Easter Eggs An interview with Star Wars Creature & Special Make-up Effects Creative Supervisor Neal Scanlan And more! The Making of The Art of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Phil Szostak is the Creative Art Manager at Lucasfilm. He’s also the author of The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The ...
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John Carpenter’s Unreleased ‘The Thing’ Musical Cues Coming to Vinyl

While John Carpenter provided the music for most of his films, he didn’t score one of his most iconic works: The Thing. Instead, legendary composer Ennio Morricone handled the soundtrack. However, Carpenter did create some additional cues to fill in some stretches of silence in the film, and now, that previously unreleased music is coming to vinyl for the first time, courtesy of Waxwork. When it came time to make The Thing, John Carpenter turned to Ennio Morricone, one of the best composers ...
Tags: Movies, Ennio Morricone, John Carpenter, Carpenter, Morricone, Ennio, Daniel Davies, Soundtracks, The-Thing, Sacred Bones Records, Cody Carpenter, Waxwork Records, Waxwork, Colored Vinyl Electric Blue

Julianne Moore, Finn Wolfhard to Star in Jesse Eisenberg’s ‘When You Finish Saving the World’ Movie Based on His Audible Series

Several naturally curly-haired actors are putting their heads together for a buzzy comedy-drama, When You Finish Saving the World. Based on the Audible drama series written by and starring Jesse Eisenberg, the feature film is set to star Oscar winner Julianne Moore and Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard, with Eisenberg at the helm as writer and director. And in one more piece of buzzy involvement, Eisenberg’s Zombieland co-star Emma Stone is set to produce the film. Quite a star-studded affair ...
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Universal Studios To Remain Closed Through May

Universal Studios to remain closed through May With no end in sight for the global pandemic, Universal Studios has announced that its Orlando Resort and Hollywood theme park will remain closed through May 31 at the very minimum in an effort to keep their team members and guests safe. RELATED: Both Universal Parks Extend Closure Into April In the park’s official statement, they address the unfortunate fact that the coronavirus “has impacted many parts of your life including your travel and ...
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Virgin Radio to air Pete Mitchell tribute this weekend

A special show to celebrate the life and career of radio presenter Pete Mitchell, hosted by Chris Evans, will be broadcast on Virgin Radio UK on Sunday evening. Pete died suddenly last month, aged just 61, while out walking near his home in Stockport. His 34 years in radio as a presenter and producer had seen him work at stations including Piccadilly Radio, Key 103, Virgin, Radio 2, 6 Music and Absolute Radio. Perhaps most famous for his partnership with Geoff Lloyd on Virgin Radio in the 200...
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BNA: Brand New Animal Parties Hard & Battles Harder

Lovers of animal girls who are slightly more furry than usual may be appeased by BNA: Brand New Animal as the series goes the typical route by being set in a world where such animal people are oppressed by humans; with the abused race still finding plenty of time to celebrate. The show’s riveting action […]
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Broker confidence in New York City plummets to record low

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has left brokers more pessimistic than ever about the present, though they are more upbeat about the future.
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Universal Studios Will Remain Closed Through At Least May 31 [Updated]

Update – April 9, 2020: Today, Universal has announced that it is extending the closure of Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood, as well as CityWalk at both locations, through at least May 31. The company will continue to pay its employees at 100% through April 19, but offered this update: Beginning April 20, nearly all our team members will be paid at 80 percent of their pay – and we will ask them to adjust their work accordingly.  A small group of team members will be aske...
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Stephen King Had to Change His Next Novel Because of Coronavirus

Stephen King is already working on his next novel – because of course he is – but he’s had to make some changes due to the coronavirus pandemic. Yes, we’ve reached the point where the real world is so scary that King has to adjust his tales of terror to accurately reflect that. The prolific author also offered an apology to everyone who thinks we’re currently stuck in a real-life Stephen King story.  Do you find yourself watching movies and TV shows right now, seeing crowds of extras milling ...
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Surprise! New Episode of ‘Tiger King’ Coming to Netflix This Week for All You Cool Cats and Kittens [Updated]

UPDATE: Netflix has officially announced the new episode, which is an after show update with new interviews of the subjects of the documentary series Tiger King. Our original story from April 5 follows below with the official update at the end. The new Netflix documentary miniseries Tiger King has taken the population by storm. People can’t stop talking about the man known as Joe Exotic, his zoo full of tigers and lions, and his life full of some of the most incredible, unbelievably real charac...
Tags: Twitter, Television, Movies, Documentary, Netflix, Oklahoma, Oprah Winfrey, Joel Mchale, Los Angeles Dodgers, Joe, Variety, Jeff, Justin Turner, Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, Jeff Lowe

CS Editor’s Desk: April 9, 2020 Edition

CS Editor’s Desk: March 20, 2020 Edition Hey everyone! ComingSoon.net Managing Editor Max Evry here with the new edition of CS Editor’s Desk, where I gab directly to CS readers about what’s going on this week and in the weeks ahead, both at the site or in the industry at large. We also have a special announcement this week about the very first ComingSoon.net podcast, which will be released very soon! Check out the video below, along with a list of some of our more interesting stories of the w...
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TCM Unveils Classic Film Festival: Special Home Edition

TCM Unveils Classic Film Festival: Special Home Edition For fans looking to dive into the history of film while trapped at home, Turner Classic Movies has unveiled a special marathon entitled Classic Film Festival: Special Home Edition, celebrating classic movies and moments from the past decade that fans can enjoy from the comfort of their homes. Check out the TCM schedule below! RELATED: Tribeca Film Festival Debuting Select Programming Online The full calendar of Classic Film Festival: ...
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Fox Airing New ‘Tiger King’ Special From TMZ, and Joe Exotic’s Abused Tigers Are Now “Happier” at a Sanctuary

Everyone wants a piece of the Tiger King pie. Netflix is riding high due to the success of its new bonkers docuseries, and now others are trying to cash in. ID has its own Tiger King sequel in the works, and now Fox and TMZ (ugh) are teaming up for a new hour-long special, titled TMZ Investigates: Tiger King — What Really Went Down. Meanwhile, answers about the fate of Joe Exotic’s tigers are starting to come out, and they’re not pretty. This upcoming Monday, April 13, Fox will air TMZ Inves...
Tags: Movies, Colorado, Fox, Netflix, People Magazine, True Story, Joe, Harvey Levin, Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, Joseph Maldonado, Tiger King, Kent Drotar, Drotar

Google searches soar for ‘mortgage’ and ‘home.’ ‘Real estate,’ not so much

Google's data shows changes during the pandemic in home-related online searches. Some experts believe those trends hint at longterm shifts in consumer preference.
Tags: Google, Home, Real Estate, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Sundae, Brokerage, Select, Pandemic, John Burns Real Estate Consulting, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Josh Stech, Ken Perlman

Westerners Buying Baby Chickens in Bulk Due to Coronavirus

Not just food and toilet paper is being hoarded by unstable citizens in the West as apparently some individuals are going so far as to grow their own sources of nourishment, as evidenced by people buying large amounts of baby chicks. Those residing in states such as Missouri, Texas, and Utah are said to be […]
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Introducing Sankaku Plus – No Ads, No Limits, And More…

Sankaku Plus, a monthly paid subscription plan offering completely ad-free usage, exclusive features and premium content, is launching now in an early access format. Any Sankaku account can sign up with the following link: Get Sankaku Plus Account status can be checked and subscriptions cancelled at any time from this page. All payments are processed […]
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