Hachi-nan tte, Sore wa Nai deshou! Episode 4 Impression

On this episode, Well travels in an air ship and encounters an undead dragon. Later, gets promoted by the King and starts his new full noble life.So the undead dragon battle is decent and along our male lead's noble promotion. Also, I liked how he outranks his own family aside from being a mage. Other than that, I really wonder why Well still acts like a "naive kid" and references his "former working adult life". It's just somewhat strange. Now what's going to be the next plot? I can't wait to f...
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I See Dead People

Is the afterlife all it’s cracked up to be? The housemates ask Ryan all about it at Petra’s séance in the latest episode of “The Coop” This episode of The Coop goes HARD. Petra, Prince, and Mary housemates use an Ouija Board to summon Ryan to out his killer (and Petra uses it as an excuse to gab with Ryan about the afterlife). The non-so-virgin virgins Blake and Iwona use their Ryan-related sexapade stories to rekindle their romance. The only person making any progress on solving Ryan’s mu...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Petra, Mary, Blake, Ryan, Derrick, Ouija Board, Iwona, Sam Flowers, Petra Prince

Quarantine Check In: What Are You Watching?

FOD reporter Tamara Yajia asks people “What are you watching while social distancing?” Man-on-the-street interviews typically take place (as the name implies) on the street. BUT - due to the pandemic (and our desire to follow proper social distancing protocols) FOD reporter Tamara Yajia decided to hit the digital streets of the internet and ask our viewers what shows are keeping them sane during this quarantine. Through this interview process, we learned something odd yet (weirdly) heartw...
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Petra Mayer of NPR talks to Tom Gauld

Scientists Are Human, Too: Questions For Cartoonist Tom Gauld Petra Mayer NPR April 19, 2020 https://www.npr.org/2020/04/19/837107945/scientists-are-human-too-questions-for-cartoonist-tom-gauld [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Latest Liz at Large in the City Paper

Liz At Large: "Rest" And relaxation. Liz Montague Apr 23, 2020 https://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/arts/article/21129983/liz-at-large-rest [Author: Mike Rhode]
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House of Mystery #252 - Neal Adams cover, Alex Nino art

Neal Adams House of Mystery v1 #252, 1977 - Monstrous and symmetrical, this Neal Adams cover is an outstanding example of his late bronze age work. The layout directs the reader's view from the creature to the man to the pulsating eye on the desk. Alex Nino illustrates the tale of an old woman who exhumes her long-dead fiancee. The artist's dark and disturbing style is well suited to the story [Author: Unknown]
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Princess Connect! Re:Dive Gorges on Delicacies

Massacring vile beasts and monsters has been tossed aside for the third episode of Princess Connect! Re:Dive as some of the main characters can be seen cooking them up instead, the highly expressive Kyaru sure to be the highlight of the episode for many watchers (once again). Omake:
Tags: Food, Comedy, Fantasy, Anime, Moe, Image Gallery, Nekomimi, Cygames, Cygames Pictures, Princess Connect! Re:Dive, Kyaru

Best deals on video games, consoles, and gaming accessories for May 2020

Here are the best gaming deals for the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch that are available for May 2020.
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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Sequel a Go with André Øvredal Returning!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark sequel a go with André Øvredal returning! After scaring up over $106 million worldwide last year and garnering strong reviews from critics and audiences alike, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is getting a sequel from Paramount Pictures and Entertainment One with André Øvredal returning to the director’s chair! (Via The Wrap) RELATED: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Featurette Highlights Monster Makeup Timelapse Though the plot is b...
Tags: Movies, America, Alvin Schwartz, Stephen Gammell, Grand Budapest Hotel, Paramount Pictures, Sarah, Dan, Mill Valley, Walker, Guillermo, New Black, Lorraine Toussaint, Bellows, Gammell, ComingSoon

‘Cold Storage’: ‘Jurassic Park’ Screenwriter David Koepp’s Bioterrorism Thriller Finds a Director

David Koepp, best known as the screenwriter of Jurassic Park, published his first novel last year. It’s a bioterrorism thriller called Cold Storage, and before it was even published, Hollywood studios were engaged in a bidding war for the film rights. Paramount came out on top, and now the studio’s film adaptation has found a director: Jonny Campbell, whose credits include Westworld, Dracula, and Doctor Who. Get details about the plot below. According to Variety, Jonny Campbell will direct Pa...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Thriller, Adaptation, Pentagon, Johnny Depp, Paramount Pictures, Indiana Jones, Paramount, Diaz, David-Koepp, Action/Adventure, Koepp, Roberto Diaz, Cold Storage

Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for Week of April 18

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films of the Week Another week in quarantine has flown by, folks! Which means it’s time to check out the Top 20 Streaming Films for Week of April 18 that you, the couch potato crowd, binged during this extended shutdown (via Digital Entertainment Group). That film everyone hated, J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, retains the title as the most streamed movie of the week and will likely stay atop for the next six months since ...
Tags: Movies, Cats, Lionsgate, Disney, Ferrari, Ford, Sony, Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, Streaming, Jamie Foxx, Pixar, Guy Ritchie, Michael B Jordan, Skywalker, WB

Perky Goddess Pokes Right Through

A provocative goddess has garbed her heavenly body in some skimpy attire as the woman’s nipples poke through her top, the accompaniment of a skirt bound to also invigorate as she flaunts her undercarriage in a manner that might alert even males obsessed with only 2D women. More goddesses.
Tags: Japan, Anime, Fetish, Goddesses, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism

Superhero Bits: ‘Harley Quinn’ Coming to Syfy, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Is PG-13, Dragon Con May Happen & More

When is Harley Quinn coming to Syfy? Could Dragon Con end up happening later this year? Want to see concept art of the Fantasticar from Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four reboot? Who did Kevin Smith want to play Lex Luthor in Superman Lives? Which minor Spider-Man villain actor wants their own spin-off? Why did Wonder Woman 1984 get rated PG-13? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Go behind the scenes of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow episode “Zari, Not Zari” with  new featurette from ...
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Park For The Course

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‘The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah Producing Movie About an 8-Year-Old Chess Champion

It’s an unwritten rule in Hollywood: every few years, a major studio must – must! – make a movie about a chess prodigy. I’m not sure why: maybe the film industry has been in the pocket of Big Chess for decades. But Bleeker Street made Pawn Sacrifice in 2014, Disney made Queen of Katwe in 2016, and now Paramount Pictures is the next studio to abide by the rule, because they’re currently developing an untitled movie about an 8-year-old chess champion that’s going to be produced by The Daily Show ...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Disney, Sports, America, Paramount Pictures, Trevor Noah, New York State, True Story, Lupita Nyong, Epix, Walter Mitty, Katwe, Steve Conrad

Whitney Houston Biopic in the Works from ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Screenwriter and ‘The Photograph’ Director

Following the box office success and awards acclaim of Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, another biopic about a legendary singer is in the works, this time focusing on the iconic Whitney Houston. The Whitney Houston Estate is teaming up with Primary Wave and legendary Grammy-winning music producer Clive Davis for a biopic called I Wanna Dance With Somebody, lifted from the singer’s chart-topping single from her 1987 album Whitney. Since Bohemian Rhapsody kickstarted this new wave of superstar si...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Abc, Houston, Whitney Houston, Whitney, True Story, Jersey, Jennifer Hudson, Clive Davis, First Wives Club, Pat Houston, Issa Rae, Whitney Houston Biopic, Stella Meghie

‘A Secret Love’ Trailer: Netflix Documentary Reveals a Remarkable Six-Decade Lesbian Romance

Terry Donahue and Pat Henschel met when Donahue was 22 and playing as catcher for the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League — the women’s pro organization that would inspire the 1992 Penny Marshall film A League of Their Own. But while Donahue was considered a trailblazer and feminist icon in the 1940s, she still had to hide her queer identity for the better part of 65 years. That’s how long Donahue and Henschel have been together, after falling in love in 1947 and remaining inseparab...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Chicago, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Terry, Ryan Murphy, Jason Blum, Penny Marshall, Pat, Parkinson, Blumhouse, DONAHUE, Terry Donahue, Bolan, All American Girls Professional Baseball League

CS Review: DC Universe’s Stargirl Brings ‘Optimistic Energy’ to the Superhero Realm

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Review: DC Universe’s Stargirl Brings ‘Optimistic Energy’ to the Superhero Realm Before Stargirl arrives on DC Universe and on The CW next month, I had the opportunity to watch the first three episodes of the series and long story short, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the newest DC-based superhero show starring Brec Bassinger and Luke Wilson. *Minor spoilers below* RELATED: The Justice Society Must Live On in New Stargirl Trailer DC’s Stargirl follows ...
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‘Leverage’ Reboot headed to IMDB TV Without Original Star Timothy Hutton

Calling all you Leverage-heads out there! Grab your Leverage ball caps, your Leverage beer koozies, and your Leverage edible underwear, because Leverage is back, baby! Yes, the show that definitely existed at one point, and was definitely watched by someone, is getting a reboot over at IMDB TV, a streaming service that everyone knows and loves with all their heart and soul. Noah Wyle will lead the show now, stepping in for previous lead Timothy Hutton. Hutton not returning is to be expected, as...
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Monitoring Tool Watches Tirelessly to Ensure Maximum Social Distancing

New privacy-invading technology may start being adopted as a result of the Coronavirus as one company has manufactured a monitoring tool that detects when people are not effectively employing social distancing, a device that resembles something China would utilize to limit freedom and stifle dissent. Landing AI is a startup company made by Andrew Ng […]
Tags: Health, Politics, Technology, Privacy, China, International, Cameras, Anime, Ai, Andrew Ng, Coronavirus

Movie Theaters, Urged to Open, Want to Delay Showtime

The major chains, with no new releases to show and a fear of being singled out as virus hot spots, are worried about coming back too early.
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Spike Lee and Armando Iannucci Both Voice Displeasure With Opening Movie Theaters Too Soon

Lately, there’s been an aggressive push from some to reopen just about everything, including movie theaters. It’s understandable – we’re all sick of being quarantined, and cabin fever is setting in. But the coronavirus is still here, and it would be a big mistake to rush reopening movie theaters too soon. And filmmakers Spike Lee and Armando Iannucci both agree. In case you missed it, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp decided to ignore the advice of pretty much everyone and announce that certain G...
Tags: Movies, US, Georgia, Armando Iannucci, Spike-Lee, Vanity Fair, Ifc Films, Stalin, Lee, Kemp, Brian Kemp, Peach State, Cinemark, Business and Industry News, Iannucci, Indie Theater Revival Project

’23 Hours to Kill’ Teaser: Jerry Seinfeld Shakes and Stirs Things Up in His New Netflix Comedy Special

James Bond may by MIA during this current global crisis (at least until November), but have no fear: Jerry Seinfeld is swooping in to save the day, or at least to lighten the mood. The acclaimed comedian is about to shake and stir up the comedy community with his first original stand-up special in 22 years on Netflix. And true to form — and to the tongue-in-cheek title — the first teaser for his special Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill is a send-up of the famous Agent 007. Watch the Jerry Seinf...
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POLL: What’s the Best Scene in Jurassic Park?

POLL: What’s the best scene in Jurassic Park? It’s amazing to think this year we will be celebrating 27 years since the debut of the hit sci-fi adventure franchise Jurassic Park and ComingSoon.net is diving back into the original film and asking our readers what is their favorite scene from the 1993 original? Be sure to let us know in the poll and comments below! Incidentally, Universal is holding a Jurassic Park Twitter watch party with Joseph Mazzello this evening at 5pm PST! RELATED: POL...
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Danny Boyle’s ‘Frankenstein’ Stage Production Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller Will Stream on YouTube

In 2011, the Royal National Theatre in London staged a production of Frankenstein directed by Danny Boyle and starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller. And this was no normal take on Mary Shelley’s classic tale. To change things up, Cumberbatch and Miller would alternate their roles, with each actor having an opportunity to play both Dr. Frankenstein and his creation. The productions were filmed, and have been previously broadcast in movie theaters, but now, the National Theatre’s You...
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Enticing Hachiroku Bunny Girl Maid Ero-Figure Perfectly Flat

Figure collectors especially charmed by girls of pettanko status will be even more convinced to purchase this figurine of Hachiroku (from Maitetsu) as it goes the extra mile by dressing her in both maid attire and bunny ears, fetishes that will have otaku piling up to acquire her when she pulls into the station in […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Binding, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Maids, Pettanko, Ero-figures, Bunny Girl, Cast-off, Usamimi, Hachiroku, Maitetsu

CS Video: Home Before Dark Interviews With Hilde Lysiak & More!

CS Video: Home Before Dark Interviews With Hilde Lysiak & More! ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with Home Before Dark co-creator and executive producer Dara Resnik, executive producer Joy Gorman Wettels and Hilde Lysiak, the 13-year-old investigative journalist whose life the series is based on. Our interviews with the trio can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Home Before Dark Featurette Takes You Inside Apple TV+’s Newest Series Home Before Dark is inspired by the life o...
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Original Content podcast: ‘Too Hot to Handle’ might be a work of evil genius

Is “Too Hot to Handle” the dumbest show on Netflix … or the most diabolically brilliant? The reality TV series brings a group of twentysomethings together on a secluded tropical retreat, then — after a brief getting-to-know-you period — warns them that anything even coming close to sex will result in a reduction of the $100,000 prize. Not only does this force the contestants to wrestle with their own physical desires — it also encourages them to point fingers and police each other’s behavior....
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‘The Shrink Next Door’ TV Series Books an Appointment With Apple TV+

The Shrink Next Door is the latest buzz-worthy podcast to find itself turned into a TV series, and now that TV adaptation has a home. Apple TV+ just won a bidding war to land the show, which will reunite Anchorman cast members Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. The true story follows a psychiatrist who slowly takes over the life of his unsuspecting patient. As a result of a “highly competitive situation,” Apple has won the rights and given a straight-to-series order for The Shrink Next Door TV seri...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Apple TV, Netflix, John, Will-Ferrell, True Story, Martin, Ike, Marty, Isaac, Paul-Rudd, Showalter, Kate McKinnon, Joe Nocera

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