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/Filmcast Ep. 564 – Demolition Man and Devs (GUEST: Alan Yang, director of Tigertail)

On this episode, special guest Alan Yang, director of the new Netflix film Tigertail, stops by to review 1993’s Demolition Man. Tune in to hear the cast discuss Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes’s memorable performances. Stay after the show for a in-depth review of Devs, the sci-fi limited series written and directed by Alex Garland. Read about the predictive power of Demolition Man here. Thanks to our sponsor this week: Quip. Go to GETQUIP.COM/FILMCAST, RIGHT NOW, you’ll get your firs...
Tags: Movies, Youtube, David, Netflix, Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes, Engadget, Tigertail, Alan Yang, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger, Devindra, Facebook Shownotes, Alex Garland Read


ArtInsights Gallery on animator Bob Singer's art for sale

Animation Artist Bob Singer: Cartoon History-Hanna Barbera and Warner Brothers Artist and his art by Leslie Combemale ArtInsights blog March 31, 2020 https://artinsights.com/animation-artist-bob-singer-hanna-barbera-career-original-art-career/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Bob, Hanna Barbera, Mike Rhode, Leslie Combemale, Bob Singer, Warner Brothers Artist


Bob Weber teaching at Smithsonian - in 1978

Rick Marschall has the photo - A Crowded Life in Comics – Moose Tracks. By Rick Marschall Yesterday's Papers blog April 20, 2020 http://john-adcock.blogspot.com/2020/04/a-crowded-life-in-comics_20.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Smithsonian, Mike Rhode, Bob Weber, Rick Marschall


Incredible Hulk v2 #264 - Frank Miller cover

Frank Miller Incredible Hulk v2 #264, 1981 - An enraged Hulk holds an unconscious woman while the kids behind him seem to tremble in fear. Frank Miller's art is somewhat cartoonish in nature, diminishing the tension of the scene. The children are thinly outlined to recede into the background, but the technique evokes a largely unfinished feel. Other artists in this issue include Sal Buscema. [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Hulk, Unknown, Frank Miller, Sal Buscema


Puni Virgin 3200 Offers Two Tight Virgin Openings

Onanism hobbyists eager for the next entry into the Puni Virgin Onahole series can experience the pleasurable masturbator now, as the Puni Virgin 3200 simulates both lower orifices of a virgin maiden that buyers can use as they see fit. The Puni Virgin 3200 was developed by the ever diligent G Project as part of […]
Tags: Sponsored, Japan, Shopping, Anime, Fetish, Otaku, H, Image Gallery, Onanism, Onaholes, OtonaJP, Puni Virgin


Dumbest Music Videos: Thong Song by Sisqo

What did Sisqo mean when he said ”dumps like a truck”? What does it mean to have dumps like a truck? Does Sisqo have the ability to fly? Should we allow Ja Rule anywhere near lavish beachside parties? All these questions will be answered as we revisit “Thong Song”, one of the Dumbest Music Videos. We open in Miami, where Sisqo is on the phone with a friend. He’s ready to go to a huge Spring Break party, but is stuck at home because CLIP: “I’m just waiting for this girl to bring my daught...
Tags: New York, Humor, Jurassic Park, Miami, Huffington Post, Giphy, South Beach, Sisqo, Eleanor Rigby, Ben Rosen, Bryan Wieder, Ben RosenFunny Or Die, Ben RosenFunny


Judgment for the Sins of the Father: Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood

Wunderkind director Paul Thomas Anderson first gained notoriety with Boogie Nights (1997), a film about the 1970s porn industry, so I was struck by how his There Will Be Blood, depicts an opposite Victorian world of stringent strait-laced rigor. Loosely adapted from Upton Sinclair’s muck-raking 1927 novel Oil!, Anderson’s screenplay takes Sinclair’s central character, a genial and sentimental wildcat oil man, and turns him into a monster of capitalistic greed. Brilliantly played by Daniel Day L...
Tags: Movies, California, America, Paul Thomas Anderson, Anderson, Paul Dano, Daniel, Sinclair, Plainview, Daniel Day Lewis, Eli, Elle Hunt, Upton Sinclair, The Film Doctor, Sean Fennessey, Daniel Day Lewis Daniel Plainview


Dwayne Johnson and Issa Rae Are Making a Backyard Wrestling Show for HBO

There’s an entire generation that might only know Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a movie star, but the former professional wrestler seems to be going out of his way to be involved in wrestling-adjacent projects these days. He produced and appeared in last year’s Fighting With My Family, he has a show about his early wrestling days called Young Rock in development at NBC, and now he’s teaming up with Insecure star Issa Rae to executive produce a backyard wrestling show for HBO. According to Vari...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Nbc, Drama, Dwayne-Johnson, Sports, Netflix, Cia, Houston, Johnson, Staten Island, Judd Apatow, Rae, Dwayne The Rock Johnson, El Masri


Crisis Management

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Superhero Bits: Brad Pitt Almost Played Big Daddy in ‘Kick-Ass’, Spider-Man Video Game Sequel Rumors Fake & More

What did the studio think needed to be done for Hit-Girl in Kick-Ass? What are Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman doing for charity? When does The Suicide Squad take place? Which Guardians of the Galaxy co-star will have a bigger role in Vol. 3? Which HBO TV creator wants a crack at Batman? Ready for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow to take on Star Trek? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The Justice Society must live in on a new trailer for what’s to come in the first season of DC U...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Star Trek, Hugh Jackman, Reddit, Suicide Squad, Brad Pitt, Batman, Deadpool, Guardians Of The Galaxy, James Gunn, Ryan Reynolds, Keanu Reeves, Supergirl, Joker


One-Punch Man Live Action Movie Coming

Singular punch-based superhero series One-Punch Man is set to become the next laughingstock as it was announced that a live action film is on the way, once again making use of Western writers and producers. Sony Pictures is developing the live action adaptation and has enlisted Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner (known for 2017’s Jumanji: […]
Tags: Movies, Sony, Anime, Sony Pictures, Announcements, Live Action, Jeff Pinkner, Scott Rosenberg, One-Punch Man, Adaptations


‘Spaceship Earth’ Trailer: Neon’s Biosphere Documentary Has an Innovative Release Strategy

Director Matt Wolf‘s documentary Spaceship Earth, which focuses on eight people who lived inside a self-engineered biosphere in the early 1990s, was picked up by Neon and the distributor will be releasing it online in about two and a half weeks – but this release won’t be quite like any other you’ve experienced before. In addition to drive-ins and quarantine-friendly pop-up locations, you’ll be able to watch Spaceship Earth on websites of businesses that have previously had nothing to do with f...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, US, Brooklyn, Exhibition, Movie Trailers, Hulu, Neon, Wolf, Spaceship Earth, Matt Wolf, Apple TV Amazon Google, Pasjoli


Apple’s iPhone 12 leaked: What do agents have to look forward to?

Subtle marketing or legit leak? Either way, Apple's iPhone 12 will be larger and faster, and it's rumored to come with LiDAR scanning tech on its three-lens, 3D camera.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Technology, Steve Jobs, Smartphones, Mobile Apps, Radio, Lidar, Select, News Brief, Real Estate Tools, iPhone 12 Pro Max, 3D cameras


AMC Delays ‘NOS4A2’ Season 2 Premiere While Extending the ‘Creepshow’ Season 1 Cable Run

You’re going to have to wait a little longer before returning to Chrismtasland. AMC has delayed the NOS4A2 season 2 premiere that was supposed to arrive on June 1. It will now drop on June 21, which isn’t that huge of a delay. Meanwhile, Creepshow season 1, which is already streaming on the AMC-owned Shudder streaming service, is being extended for a six-week run on the network. AMC originally planned to run it for three weeks. The coronavirus is causing hell for schedules of films and TV sh...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Amc, George Romero, Amc Networks, Joe Hill, Wayne, Charlie, Vic, Greg Nicotero, Nicotero, Rob Schrab, Creepshow, George Romero Stephen King, NOS4A2


‘Enola Holmes’, Starring Millie Bobby Brown as Sherlock Holmes’ Younger Sister, is Heading to Netflix

Netflix has solved the case of where the Millie Bobby Brown-starring Enola Holmes would go. The streaming giant has acquired the global rights to the new feature film directed by Emmy-winning Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer. Based on the children’s book series following the adventures of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister, Enola Holmes was originally set up under Lionsgate Entertainment last year, but has now been handed off to the streaming service. Netflix has acquired the global rights, excl...
Tags: Hbo, England, London, Movies, Lionsgate, China, Netflix, Adaptation, Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock, Emmy, Henry Cavill, Brown, Holmes, Tony


Former Employee Arrested After Holding Two Young Girls Hostage

A former male employee of an eel restaurant in Fukuoka City was arrested by police after he kidnapped the owner’s two children and held them hostage higher up in the building, with his exact motive not yet being divulged. Brandishing a knife, a man in his 30s broke into the Minami ward restaurant while the […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Anime, Kidnapping, Fukuoka, Minami, Fukuoka City


Senate approves $310B in new funding for small business loan program

The money is meant to replenish the Paycheck Protection Program, a potentially important lifeline for real estate professionals.
Tags: Real Estate, Congress, Senate, Radio, Mitch McConnell, Agent, Donald Trump, PPP, Industry News, Trump, SBA, Markets & Economy, Select, News Brief, Pandemic, President Trump


That Show You Love? There’s No One on Set for It

My colleagues in the film industry are among the millions of idled workers in America.
Tags: Movies, News, International Cinematographers Guild, Labor and Jobs, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


NJ brokerage honors coronavirus nurse with a special giveaway

Ocean City-based The Quintin Group catered lunch for a Shore Medical Center nurse who won the brokerage's "COVID Heroes Community Award."
Tags: Radio, Ocean City, Brokerage, Shore Medical Center, New Jersey real estate, Agents Giving Back, Coronavirus, Jeff Quintin, Quintin Group


‘All Day and a Night’ Trailer: Jeffrey Wright and ‘Moonlight’ Star Ashton Sanders Are in a Cycle of Violence

Ryan Coogler rightfully earned loads of praise for directing and co-writing Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, but his co-writer on that film, Joe Robert Cole, sort of fell by the wayside in a lot of the discussions about that movie. Now Cole is putting a new film entirely on his own shoulders: he’s written and directed a generational drama for Netflix called All Day and a Night, and its trailer has just arrived. Check out Jeffrey Wright (Westworld) and Ashton Sanders (Moonlight) as a father and so...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Oakland, Ryan Coogler, Jeffrey-Wright, Sanders, Wright, J Simpson, Regina Taylor, Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Joe Robert Cole, Ashton Sanders


‘The Haunting of Bly Manor’ Release Not Affected by Coronavirus Shutdown

We’ll take whatever good news we can get these days, so here’s something: The Haunting of Bly Manor, the follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House, is right on schedule. The Netflix series from Mike Flanagan wrapped production before the coronavirus shut everything down, and now all the post-production work is carrying on unaffected. So while many TV shows and movies are being forced to delay their releases right now, Netflix is still likely to premiere Bly Manor this year. Going great. Still...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Netflix, Henry James, James, Flanagan, Dani, Shirley Jackson, Hill House, Mike Flanagan, Ben Howling, Victoria Pedretti, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Bly Manor, Bly Manor Hill House


April 21 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW April 21 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s April 21 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 Bad Boys For Life The Bad Boys Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) are back together for one last ride in the highly anticipated Bad Boys for Life. The Gentleme...
Tags: TV, New York, Downton Abbey, Movies, Salma Hayek, Horror, Cary Grant, Digital, Alaska, New York Times, TV News, Marlon Brando, Oklahoma, North America, Elizabeth Taylor, Mia


Michael Jordan Series ‘The Last Dance’ is ESPN’s Most Watched Documentary

Last weekend, ESPN debuted the first two episodes of the anticipated documentary series The Last Dance, a chronicle of NBA superstar Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls as they made a run for what would become their final championship season. The premiere was bumped up to April from June since ESPN is desperate for programming due to the lack of sports happening around the world, and it worked out rather well for them since it’s now their most-watched documentary ever. ESPN has a press relea...
Tags: Television, Movies, Documentary, Chicago, United States, Michael-Jordan, Nba, Espn, Chicago Bulls, Charlotte Hornets, North Carolina, Hulu, Charlotte, Raleigh Durham, Jason Hehir, The Last Dance


‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3: Pre-Production Has Already Begun, and Jon Favreau Has Been Writing Scripts “For a While” Already

The second season of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian doesn’t arrive on the streaming platform for another six months, but a new report says that pre-production on a third season is already underway. Get the details below. The Mandalorian Season 3 According to Variety, sources close to the production have revealed that creator/showrunner Jon Favreau has been “writing season 3 for a while,” and the art department, led by Lucasfilm vice president and executive creative director Doug Chiang,...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Jon-Favreau, Lucasfilm, Pedro Pascal, Rosario Dawson, Action/Adventure, Dave Filoni, Ahsoka Tano, Doug Chiang, Michael Biehn, The Mandalorian, Baby Yoda


The Majority of Georgia Movie Theaters Won’t Reopen Next Week

Yesterday, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp – the same elected official who claimed that he “didn’t know” the coronavirus could be spread without symptoms, even though that news had long since become public knowledge – made headlines when he announced he was ignoring the advice of everyone who knows what they’re talking about and allowing several businesses to reopen in the Peach State. The list of businesses includes movie theaters, which Kemp said could open on April 27. But here’s the thing: most...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Georgia, Variety, Kemp, Tenet, Brian Kemp, Peach State, Cinemark, National Association of Theatre Owners, Business and Industry News, Georiga, Mark Zoradi, Coronavirus, Majority of Georgia Movie, AMC Theaters Regal Cinemas Cinemark


The Mandalorian Season 3 Reportedly in the Works!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Mandalorian Season 3 reportedly in the works While fans anxiously wait for the second season debut of Disney+’s hit Star Wars spin-off series, The Mandalorian, Variety has brought word that the streaming service has already reportedly begun development on The Mandalorian Season 3! Sources are reporting that creator Jon Favreau (The Lion King) has been hard at work “writing season 3 for a while” and that the art department at Lucasfilm vice president and executive cre...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Ilm, Nick Nolte, New Republic, Carl Weathers, Giancarlo Esposito, Jango, Rosario Dawson, ComingSoon, Dave Filoni


US market data suggests a checkmark-shaped real estate recovery

The latest U.S. market data shines a light on what the dip and recovery will look like — a checkmark shape — with an immediate drop, three to four weeks at the bottom and a slow recovery period.
Tags: New York, Texas, California, Opinion, Washington, Oregon, New York City, US, Recession, Data, Analysis, Austin, Radio, Recovery, Seattle, King County


Netflix says 64M households ‘chose to watch’ the documentary hit ‘Tiger King’

How big a hit is Netflix’s “Tiger King”? In its latest earnings release, the streaming company says 64 million households have “chosen to watch” the docuseries its first four weeks of release. You’ll note that it isn’t claiming that 64 million people actually watched the whole show (which tells the story of Joe Exotic, a big cat owner who’s accused of hiring a contract killer to murder his nemesis, an animal rights activist). That’s because the company recently switched to a new system for se...
Tags: Media, Entertainment, Tech, Netflix, Mark Wahlberg, Ryan Reynolds, Tiger King, La Casa de Papel Money Heist


Beyond the Door (Ovidio G. Assonitis, 1974)

“Stick a straw in that Campbell’s soup can and settle in for the bonkers Beyond the Door.” Read my full review over at Slant Magazine.
Tags: Movies, Film, Movie Reviews, Richard Johnson, Blu-ray, Campbell, Juliet Mills, Ovidio G. Assonitis


Cannibal Apocalypse (Antonio Margheriti, 1980)

“Cannibal Apocalypse suggests that war isn’t just hell, it’s also contagious.” Read my full review over at Slant Magazine.
Tags: Movies, Movie Reviews, Blu-ray, John Saxon, Antonio Margheriti, Film Series, Cannibal Apocalypse



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