Singer Natalie Gelman Asks YOU to Submit a Selfie Spin Video for Use in Upcoming Video!

Here’s a “news flash” from Natalie Gelman (singer/songwriter) about some of her upcoming streaming concerts as well as a video contest of sorts. She’s got an amazing  voice! Her style and songs are really interesting. I  am sharing this information that if you like watching streaming performances, you can see her for FREE Online over […]
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Library of Congress on preserving Captain America #1

Preservation Week: From Captain America to Thomas Jefferson May 1, 2020 by Neely Tucker https://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2020/05/preservation-week-from-captain-america-to-thomas-jefferson/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Congress, Captain America, Thomas Jefferson, Mike Rhode, Neely Tucker

Magnus Robot Fighter #8 - Russ Manning art

Magnus Robot Fighter v1 #8, 1965 - During the annual Weather Festival, an ancient battle-robot resurrects and takes over the weather control tower. A band of multi-ethnic kids called the Outsiders helps Magnus infiltrate the master control room. Russ Manning's artwork is made more distinctive due to scenes of colorful festivities (see interior page below) and wildly varied weather effects from [Author: Unknown]
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News Post: Assassin’s Swede

Tycho: There are fully four versions of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and it’s crucial to know that the Ultimate version isn’t even the most complete one.  It’s the one right before the Collector’s Edition, so, I mean, technically it’s the Penultimate Edition but whatever. I’ve been gone for a while from this series, getting out after Unity, which really should have been exquisite but was really, really okay.  I recall the videos going around at the time, with people’s eyes and teeth, you know… out...
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Both Love Live! Anime Will Be Free for a Week

The Love Live! franchise is following along with other anime shows as both the original Love Live! anime and Love Live! Sunshine will be made available for free for an entire week to help keep people at home. Declared through its official Twitter account, the Love Live! anime shows making their return to the official […]
Tags: Health, Sunrise, Anime, Announcements, Idol, Otaku, Love Live, Coronavirus

This Joint Wedding & Funeral Is The Definition Of “Chaotic Energy”

Let’s get married/buried! If “The Coop” housemates learned anything in this episode, it was this: combining Iwona and Blake’s wedding with Ryan’s funeral was a HORRIBLE idea. The casket was almost dropped, DJ J.D. had no idea what music was appropriate to play, and the priest was BEYOND pissed (though he did handle transitioning between the wedding vows and the funeral eulogy FLAWLESSLY). However, given the chaotic trajectory of Iwona, Blake, and Ryan’s relationship, it made sense that the...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Elton, Blake, Ryan, Katie, Bobby Moynihan, Devon Smith, Iwona, Brian Huskey, Sam Flowers DEBORAH BAKER, Elton OLIVER COOPER, Blake JEN TULLOCK, Iwona JORDAN, Mary TRAVIS MILLS, Miles LOU WILSON

Superhero Bits: Alternate ‘Iron Man 2’ Suitcase Armor, ‘Harley Quinn’ Takes a Jab at Snyder Cut Bros & More

How did the animated Harley Quinn series mock the nastier side of The Snyder Cut bros? Could Batman beat Iron Man in a fight? How did Captain America: The Winter Soldier almost open? When will The Eternals LEGO sets start to arrive? Which character from The Flash is returning before the end of the season? Is there a chance Marvel movies won’t resume production until next year? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s a first look clip from an upcoming episode of Teen Tit...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Iron-Man, Black Widow, Harley Quinn, Batman, Deadpool, X-men, Iris, Joker, Eric Wallace, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash, Justice-League, Superhero Bits, Captain-America

‘Have a Good Trip’ Trailer: Sting, Nick Offerman, and More Teach Us About Psychedelics in Netflix Documentary

What would it be like to trip with Sting? You probably won’t be able to experience that, but you can hear Sting talk about his craziest trip in Have a Good Trip, Netflix’s new comedic documentary featuring a bunch of celebrities, including Adam Scott, Nick Offerman, Sarah Silverman, and more talking about psychedelics. Have a Good Trip Trailer Donick Cary directs a very unusual documentary with Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics, a partly scripted investigation into psychedeli...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Documentary, Netflix, Nick Offerman, Movie Trailers, Donick Cary, Have a Good Trip, Adam Scott Nick Offerman Sarah Silverman, AP Rocky Paul Scheer Nick Kroll Rob Corddry

The Wretched Review

Rating:  7.75/10 Cast: John-Paul Howard as Ben Piper Curda as Mallory Jamison Jones as Liam Azie Tesfai as Sara Zarah Mahler as Abbie Kevin Bigley as Ty Gabriela Quezada Bloomgarden as JJ Richard Ellis as Gage Blane Crockarell as Dillon Ja’layah Washington as Lily Co-written/co-directed by Brett and Drew Pierce Click here to order The Wretched on VOD! The Wretched Review: The horror genre is a brilliant area to explore everything from real-world problems such as suffering through a divorce ...
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Rat Packs Roaming Kitakyushu Streets Due to Restaurant Closures

The streets of Kitakyushu have become thick with vermin as exterminators suggest that they’ve invaded public areas as a result of restaurants being shut down due to the Chinese Coronavirus, bound to have critics questioning the cleanliness of such establishments. More and more pedestrians have been spotting the scurrying rodents on the street late at […]
Tags: Health, Japan, Animals, Anime, Hygiene, Kyushu, Kitakyushu, Coronavirus

Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg to Produce ‘Bubble’, Another Animated Film For Adults

In the United States, animation still has the reputation of being largely for children. But an entire medium of artistic expression shouldn’t be relegated to one demographic, and Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are trying to help make that clear to audiences. The duo, who co-wrote and produced 2016’s outrageous animated feature Sausage Party, is getting back into animation by producing Bubble, an animated film based on the podcast of the same name. Get the details below. According to Variety, R...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Fantasy, United States, Animation, Sony, Seth-Rogen, Pixar, Bubble, Sony Pictures Animation, Jordan Morris, Morris, Rogen, Goldberg, Fairhaven, Matt Tolmach

CS Score! Reviews Army of Darkness By Joseph LoDuca & Danny Elfman

CS Score! Reviews Army of Darkness By Joseph LoDuca & Danny Elfman Welcome film score lovers to another edition of CS Score!, where we break down all the latest news regarding film scores. This last month saw the release of a couple of high-profile expanded soundtracks, notably the Joseph LoDuca/Danny Elfman collaboration Army of Darkness. Click here to purchase Army of Darkness OST! And that’s about it. With no new films on the horizon, it’ll be a while before we get a new soundtrack to kic...
Tags: Movies, Superman, America, Iron Man, Army, Conan, Brad Pitt, Thor, Robert Zemeckis, Avengers, John Williams, Joss Whedon, Captain America, Alan Silvestri, James Horner, Silvestri

Another ‘G.I. Joe’ Movie, a Follow-Up to ‘Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins’, is in Development

Yet another G.I. Joe film is in development at Paramount, because evidently someone over there believes that this is still a major, bankable franchise. Paramount and Hasbro are currently in negotiations with the writing team of Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse, who did uncredited polish on the upcoming Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins movie, to write a follow-up that’s intended to expand the fictional world even further. According to The Hollywood Reporter, this new movie is meant to build on wha...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sequels, Hasbro, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Agatha Christie, Joe, Tony Harris, Brian K Vaughan, Screenwriting, Action/Adventure, Robert Schwentke, Anna Waterhouse, Joe Shrapnel, G.I. Joe

‘Antebellum’ Directors Making Apocalyptic Drama ‘Rapture’

Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, directors behind the coronavirus-delayed horror movie Antebellum, are already cooking up their next project. It’s called Rapture, and it’s described as an “apocalyptic drama” and “a mind-bending nightmare of Biblical proportions.” Plus: Antebellum now has a new release date in place for this August. Lionsgate is clearly very happy with Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, the directors of the upcoming Antebellum. So much so that they just nabbed the filmmaking ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Bush, Nathan Kahane, Lionsgate Films, Release Dates, Renz, QC Entertainment, Sean McKittrick, Antebellum, Rapture, Raymond Mansfield, Christopher Renz, Gerard Bush, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, Zev Foreman

‘John Wick 4’, ‘Spiral’, and More Lionsgate Movies Get New Release Dates

Just the other day we ran a story stating that John Wick Chapter 4 was all but guaranteed to move from its May 21, 2021 release. Sure enough, Lionsgate just shuffled a whole bunch of upcoming release dates, and John Wick 4 was one of them. The Keanu Reeves sequel won’t arrive in theaters now until 2022. Spiral, the Saw reboot starring Chris Rock, is also moving – from this year to 2021. The coronavirus isn’t just interfering with films from this year, it’s having a ripple effect with films w...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Salma Hayek, Lionsgate, NFL, Sequels, Hilary Swank, Rembrandt, Anna, Ryan Reynolds, Chris Rock, Antonio Banderas, Keanu Reeves, Michael Keaton, Samuel L Jackson, Hall of Fame

‘The Overlook Hotel’: Mark Romanek Provides Info on His Abandoned ‘Shining’ Prequel

HBO Max is moving forward with Overlook, a TV series spun-off from The Shining. But at one point we could’ve had a completely different piece of entertainment bearing the Overlook name. That was The Overlook Hotel, a Shining prequel that was supposed to be directed by Mark Romanek (One Hour Photo) and written by Glen Mazzara. The script for that film exists and even got the blessing of Stephen King himself, but it ultimately never came together. In a new interview, Romanek talks about what happ...
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Ice Cream Advertisement Inspires Some Delectable Butt-Centric Art

An innocent advertisement for ice cream has become indecent and lewd after those online started witnessing something other than a cold savory treat, with artists producing their own raunchy interpretations of the image to further fuel delusions. The original optical illusion, with the Twitter user who uploaded the image mentioning that all he can see […]
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Paramount Plans New G.I. Joe Movie After Snake Eyes Solo Film

Paramount Plans New G.I. Joe Movie After Snake Eyes Solo Film Later this year, the Snake Eyes solo film will bring the G.I. Joe franchise back to the big screen. However, Paramount Pictures and Hasbro Studios are already planning a new G.I. Joe movie to carry the franchise forward. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Seberg writers Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse have been signed to write the next G.I. Joe film. Shrapnel and Waterhouse’s movie won’t be a direct sequel to Snake Eyes. Instead...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Rebecca, Paramount, Joe, Scarlett, Hasbro Studios, Brian K Vaughan, Movie News, Seberg, Samara Weaving, Anna Waterhouse, Joe Shrapnel, G.I. Joe, Henry Golding

Ben Schwartz and Sam Rockwell to Reunite in New Comedy for Searchlight Pictures

2020 will go down as an awful year in global history, but if we put the pandemic aside, comedian/actor/writer Ben Schwartz is actually having a pretty solid year career-wise – and it just got even better. Schwartz will write the screenplay for a mysterious new comedy for Disney’s Searchlight Pictures, which he’ll also executive produce and star in alongside Oscar winner Sam Rockwell. Ben Schwartz and Sam Rockwell previously starred in the 2018 indie movie Blue Iguana, but this seems like it w...
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John Wick Chapter 4 Release Date Confirmed by Lionsgate!

John Wick Chapter 4 release date confirmed by Lionsgate! Just one day after it was reported that the John Wick 4 release date was in flux, Lionsgate has officially confirmed a new release date for the Keanu Reeves-led fourquel! The film is now scheduled to open on May 27, 2022. The prime Memorial Day Weekend release date is almost exactly one year from its original release date of May 21, 2021. It is currently in direct competition with Warner Bros.’ fantasy tentpole Dungeons & Dragons, as we...
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Lionsgate Reveals New Calendar Dates for Spiral, Antebellum & More!

Lionsgate reveals new calendar dates for Spiral, Antebellum & more! With a lot of uncertainty currently going on in the world affecting the future of the film industry, Lionsgate has revealed a full new calendar of release dates, including for the previously-removed Saw franchise installment Spiral, the Janelle Monáe-starring Antebellum and more! RELATED: Lionsgate Removes Spiral, Antebellum & Run From Release Calendar Antebellum was originally slated for release on April 24, but will now ...
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‘L.A.’s Finest’ Season 2 Trailer: Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba Are Back

Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba are back and ready to take on crime in Los Angeles. The TV series spin-off of the Bad Boys franchise, which is the first original series from Spectrum, is back with L.A.’s Finest season 2. Watch the L.A.’s Finest season 2 trailer below. LA’s Finest Season 2 Trailer Gabrielle Union’s Sydney “Syd” Burnett, the sister of Martin Lawrence’s Marcus Burnett and an undercover special agent with the DEA tracking dangerous money launderers, was the breakout char...
Tags: Television, Gabrielle Union, Movies, Michael Bay, Los Angeles, Sydney, Sony, Miami, DEA, Lapd, Jerry Bruckheimer, McKenna, Jessica-Alba, Syd, Action/Adventure, Martin Lawrence

Tan Girl Patty Crawls Around in Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation

New goddesses have continued to make their way to the sandy beaches of Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation as the game has now introduced the delightfully shaded Patty, catering to those who adore women with caramel tans and bound to be highly coveted by players. Patty’s special trailer, which has her crawling about quite […]
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A Wonderful Video Tribute to the 'Importance of Cinema in Our Lives'

"One simple question. A world of emotions." While everyone waits patiently at home all over the world for movie theaters to reopen, Lost in Film has put together a video tribute to the importance of cinema. They reached out to various cinephiles across the world and asked them to answer this simple question: "Why do you love cinema?" They then edited a video together featuring footage from various films and the answers they received, highlighting different perspectives and points of view abo...
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Watercooler: Stephen King, Parks and Rec, Mandalorian, The Kid Who Would Be King, The Half of It, Pet Sematary, Schitt’s Creek, First Kid, Never Have I Ever, Community, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters

On the May 1, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. At The Water Cooler : What we’ve been Doing : Peter and Kitra got a silver play button from YouTube ! Inspired by a bizarre dream, Jacob has a question for the group. Brad briefl...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Features, Netflix, Brooklyn, Chris, Peter, Gretel, Ben, Brad, Jacob, Peacock, Ben Pearson, Junot Diaz, Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Peter Sciretta

Rogen, Goldberg & Tolmach Developing Bubble Adaptation For Sony

Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg developing Bubble adaptation for Sony Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have had a strong working relationship with Sony Pictures going back nearly 13 years and now they’re looking to continue it as they are developing an animated adaptation of the 2018 podcast Bubble along with mega producer Matt Tolmach, according to Variety. RELATED: An American Pickle: HBO Max Acquires Seth Rogen’s Comedy Film The film, which is being penned by podcast creator Jordan Morris, will ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Sony, Seth Rogen, Sony Pictures, Hulu, Jared Leto, Grey, Jordan Morris, Rogen, Goldberg, Matt Tolmach, Seth Rogen Evan Goldberg, Evan Goldberg, ComingSoon, Movie News

Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg Developing Bubble Adaptation For Sony

Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg developing Bubble adaptation for Sony Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have had a strong working relationship with Sony Pictures going back nearly 13 years and now they’re looking to continue it as they are developing an animated adaptation of the 2018 podcast Bubbles, according to Variety. RELATED: An American Pickle: HBO Max Acquires Seth Rogen’s Comedy Film The film, which is being penned by podcast creator Jordan Morris, will tell the story of an unlikely group o...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Sony, Seth Rogen, Sony Pictures, Hulu, Jared Leto, Grey, Jordan Morris, Rogen, Goldberg, Seth Rogen Evan Goldberg, Evan Goldberg, ComingSoon, Movie News, David Manpearl

Michael Sheen and David Tennant Bring Your ‘Good Omens’ Fan Fiction to Life in 30th Anniversary ‘Lockdown’ Video

Even angels and demons are being affected the worldwide coronavirus lockdowns. One angel and demon pair, who can’t stand to be apart despite how much they deny it, are especially feeling the pressure. Michael Sheen and David Tennant reprise their roles as the angel Aziraphale and demon Crowley from Good Omens, the Amazon Prime adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett‘s beloved fantasy-comedy novel, in a special lockdown video that shows what everyone’s favorite Apocalypse-thwarting angel a...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Fantasy, Neil Gaiman, Bbc, Adaptation, David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Terry Pratchett, Crowley, Sheen, Tennant, Pratchett, Gaiman, Aziraphale

‘Hunting Season’: James Wan and ‘John Wick’ Writer Derek Kolstad Are Making a Time Travel Movie

James Wan, John Wick writer Derek Kolstad, and Transformers producer Don Murphy are combining their talents for Hunting Season, a new time travel movie based on a short story by late author Frank M. Robinson. The story is reminiscent of 1984 and Fahrenheit 451, in that it’s set in a totalitarian society. Robinson’s short story was originally published in 1951. THR has the news regarding Hunting Season, which James Wan will produce with partner Michael Clear via Atomic Monster, and Don Murphy...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, America, Adaptation, Harvey Milk, Robinson, John Wick, James Wan, Derek Kolstad, Don Murphy, Frank M Robinson, Hunting Season, Michael Clear, James Wan John Wick, Susan Monford

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