Nurse Reprimanded for Wearing Swimsuit Under See-Through Plastic Gown

Concerns for better protective equipment of health-care workers has emerged in Russia after a nurse was reprimanded for wearing a swimsuit under her see-through plastic gown, a decision she made due to the getup being uncomfortably sweltering. The unnamed nurse (with some sites referring to her as “Nurse Nadia”) was photographed at a Tula hospital […]
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Gharib comic on NPR

COMIC: A Lost Boy, A Snake Bite, A Lesson In Resilience Malaka Gharib NPR's Goats and Soda blog May 17, 2020 https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/05/17/854937429/comic-a-lost-boy-a-snake-bite-a-lesson-in-resilience [Author: Mike Rhode]
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LAST CALL! We’d like to see the artwork you’re creating during the coronavirus crisis - The Washington Post

https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2020/05/05/wed-like-see-artwork-youre-creating-during-coronavirus-crisis/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Western - series genre checklist

Western genre series featured on Pencil Ink: All-Star Western Annie Oakley Annie Oakley and Tagg Apache Kid Approved Comics Billy the Kid Billy the Kid Adventure Magazine Blazing Western Bobby Benson's B-Bar-B Riders Cheyenne Kid Chief Victorio's Apache Massacre Colt .45 Cowboy Action Cowboy Love Cowboy Western Durango Kid Eclipse Monthly Fargo Kid Frontier Doctor Gene Autry and Champion Ghost [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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‘Force of Nature’ Trailer: Mel Gibson Fights Crooks During a Hurricane

Mel Gibson has entered Grumpy Old Man territory with Force of Nature, a movie that looks to be a combination of a disaster movie and a heist movie. When a group of thieves shows up during a Category 5 hurricane, Gibson’s retired cop character teams with a disgraced cop (Emile Hirsch) and others to save the day while pointing guns in every direction. Watch the Force of Nature trailer below. Force of Nature Trailer Following in the footsteps of Hard Rain and The Hurricane Heist (remember ...
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Superhero Bits: Stephanie Beatriz Would Love to Play ‘Batwoman’, James Gunn’s Favorite Superhero Movie & More

Want to see some alternate end credits designs considered for Avengers: Endgame? Would you like to see Stephanie Beatriz take over the mantle of Batwoman? What did Ben Affleck have to say to fans about supporting Zack Snyder’s Justice League? Why might there be a challenge with Catwoman once The Batman resumes production? What is James Gunn‘s favorite superhero movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Go behind the scenes of the recent DC’s Legends of Tomorrow episode “I...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Batman, Batwoman, Black Widow, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Harley Quinn, Justice-League, Logan, Moon Knight, Spider-man, Stargirl, Suicide Squad, Teenage-Mutant-Ninja-Turtles, The Boys, The Tick

22 May 2020 Playlist: And You’re Telling Me That It Sings?

Welcome to Friday. Grab the beverage of your choice and enjoy this curated playlist of weird and wonderful things. Primus live performing “Tommy the Cat.” The new trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. Which looks mind-bendingly badass. More from your friends at QI, this time concerning spies and the like. Fishbone, with their music video for “Ma and Pa.” More Taskmaster task madness. Snippets from the hilarious Simon Amstell. Some live Trevor No...
Tags: Music, Christopher Nolan, Television, Movies, Stimuli, Brit, Trevor Noah, Qi, Simon Amstell, Ma, Tommy, Fishbone, Primus, Taskmaster

Water Cooler: The Last Dance, Best in Show, War of the Worlds, Magic For Humans, Braven, Looney Tunes, Homecoming, ILM, Community & More

On the May 22, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. Opening Banter : Ben will return next week! At The Water Cooler : What we’ve been Doing : What we’ve been Reading : Hoai-Tran read Parasite: A Graphic Novel in Storyboards. Brad thumbed through Industr...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Peter, Ben, Brad, Jacob, Jeffrey Epstein, Peter Sciretta, Jacob Hall, Water cooler, Hoai Tran Bui, Hoai Tran, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume

‘Tuca & Bertie’ Revived for Second Season by Adult Swim After Netflix Cancelation

Tuca & Bertie is getting a second wind. Following Netflix’s cancelation of Lisa Hanawalt‘s critically acclaimed animated comedy after just one season, Adult Swim has swooped in to pick up Tuca & Bertie for a second season. Tuca and Bertie season 2 has been greenlit for a 10-episode order by the network, which has slated the release for 2021. Created by Hanawalt and produced by Bojack Horseman creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Tuca & Bertie seemed like it had everything going for it. A flashy Net...
Tags: Twitter, Comedy, Adult Swim, Movies, Netflix, Animation, BoJack Horseman, Indiewire, Wong, Bertie, Tuca, Michael Eisner, Tiffany Haddish, Ali Wong, Lisa Hanawalt, Tornante Company

BBC’s Quarantine Comedy Series ‘Staged’ Reunites ‘Good Omens’ Stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen

It looks like the number of makeshift programming inspired by the coronavirus pandemic lockdown will keep rising as time goes on. While the likes of Parks and Recreation, All Rise and Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet have put together remotely produced special episodes, the BBC has put together an entirely new comedy series called Staged. The series will follow Good Omens stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen as members of a cast of a furloughed West End theatre production as they try to continue ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Bbc, David, United States, David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Charlotte Moore, Parks, Michael, Steve Coogan, Tennant, Rob Brydon, Simon Evans, Raven

Even ‘Contagion’ Couldn’t Prepare Steven Soderbergh for How “Deeply Irrational” Everyone is Acting During the Pandemic

Directing Contagion may have prepared Steven Soderbergh for a pandemic, but not for the deeply stupid human behavior that people have had in response to a pandemic. The filmmaker’s acclaimed 2011 thriller was ahead of the curve — showing the breakdown of society and difficulties of curbing the spread of a deadly virus long before coronavirus (COVID-19) even existed. Contagion was a famously realistic take on the pandemic movie, with Soderbergh employing a team of researchers and consultants to ...
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Trials of Mana Revives Artistic Interest in the Sexy Angela & Riesz

Artists have mustered a hankering for failed mage Angela and pretty amazon Riesz since the launch of Trials of Mana (a full 3D remake of Seiken Densetsu 3), a fact evidenced from the surplus of new illustrations that thrust them into sexy situations and almost serving as a form of initiation for every title populated […]
Tags: Games, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Angela, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Seiken Densetsu, Riesz

Theme Park Bits: Six Flags’ New Rules, Social Distancing Reminders, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Six Flags will be instituting reservations when they reopen. Take a look at how Universal Studios Orlando will enforce social distancing when it opens. And more! While the Disney theme parks still don’t have an opening date – no matter what the clickbait-y headlines tell you, it’s just the shopping and dining destination at Walt Disney World that reopened this month – there are plans afoot for one of its competitors for how they’ll handle guests moving f...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Universal Studios, Disney Springs, Universal Studios Orlando, World of Disney, Orlando Informer Twitter

Paul Feig Discusses Development of Universal’s Dark Army

Paul Feig discusses development of Universal’s Dark Army After chatting with ComingSoon.net last year about his vision for the Universal Classic Monster crossover film Dark Army, writer/director Paul Feig (A Simple Favor) has opened up to Collider with new details on the development of the project. RELATED: Paul Feig Reveals the Status of Universal’s Dark Army The project, one of many deviations from Universal’s now abandoned interconnected Dark Universe, has been in the works since Septem...
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‘The Outpost’ Wants to Beat ‘Tenet’ to Theaters in July

Will movie theaters across the country really be open by July? That’s still the hope, although everyone has their doubts. As of now, the big movie everyone is looking at is Tenet, which Warner Bros. still hopes to open on July 17. But it’s not the only July movie with eyes on a July theatrical release. There’s also the Russell Crowe movie Unhinged, which is allegedly opening July 1. And now there’s another film to add to the list: The Outpost, an adaptation of Jake Tapper’s book of the same nam...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Los Angeles, War, Afghanistan, Taliban, Russell Crowe, Warner Bros, Orlando Bloom, Jake Tapper, Tenet, Release Dates, Outpost, Milo Gibson

The Best Movies and Shows Leaving Netflix in June 2020

Summer is fast approaching, and with nationwide lockdowns looking to extend into the sunniest months, there’s no better time to catch up on movies and shows before they leave Netflix next month. These are the TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in June 2020. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off John Hughes‘ 1986 classic is an exuberant teen comedy with a wistful edge. It’s got Matthew Broderick‘s manic pixie dream boy Ferris Bueller crashing a parade to lead a street-wide performance performance of “...
Tags: Netflix, Netflix/Streaming Video, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Inception, Mad Men, Minority Report, The-Matrix

The Academy's Tribute to the Power of Movies During These Times

Thank You, Movies. Movies are always there for us, ready to be watched anytime, ready to make us laugh and cry. We're living in unprecedented times, in a changed world due to a pandemic that has taken over the entire planet. Even though we've all been doing our best to stay at home in quarantine, and stop the spread of the coronavirus, it hasn't been easy. But thank goodness for movies! The Academy writes: "Grateful for the movies that have lifted us up, made us laugh and transported us du...
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There Exists a Three-Hour-Long Cut of ‘Ghostbusters: Answer the Call’, According to Director Paul Feig

Now that the Snyder Cut of Justice League is finally happening after years of fan outcry, is it time to start asking for other alternate movie cuts? No, it’s not, but people will do it anyway. Case in point: someone jokingly asked for a Paul Feig cut of Justice League, and Feig used the opportunity to reveal that there’s an alternate cut of his Ghostbusters reboot, aka Ghostbusters: Answer the Call. A very long alternate cut. There’s a three and a half hour cut of Ghostbusters: ATC I’d be h...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sony, Justice League, Paul Feig, Ghostbusters, Judd Apatow, Kristen Wiig, Remakes, Snyder, ATC, Kate McKinnon, Feig, Feige, Snyder Cut of Justice League, Snyder Cut

Final Fantasy VII Remake Sets Franchise Record, April 2020’s Best-Selling Game

Final Fantasy VII Remake Sets Franchise Record, April 2020’s Best-Selling Game Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake has not only set a new launch month sales record in the Final Fantasy franchise, surpassing 2016’s Final Fantasy XV in unit and dollar sales, but the game title was also April 2020’s best-selling game, according to IGN. RELATED: CS Review: Final Fantasy VII Remake Proves It Was Worth the Wait The outlet reports that the title led April 2020 sales, followed by Call of Duty: Mod...
Tags: Amazon, Games, Movies, Fifa, Nba, Mlb, Mario Kart, Persona, Square Enix, Final Fantasy, Madden NFL, IGN, Borderlands, Final Fantasy Vii Remake, Video Game News, Shinra

CS Interview: Director Vaughn Stein on Star-Studded Thriller Inheritance

CS Interview: Director Vaughn Stein on star-studded thriller Inheritance ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with director Vaughn Stein (Terminal) to discuss his upcoming ensemble thriller Inheritance led by Lily Collins (Mank), which is available on DirecTV Cinema and digital platforms now! RELATED: Inheritance Trailer: Lily Collins & Simon Pegg Star in New Thriller Film In looking back at first getting the script and choosing to direct, Stein recalls loving the material “from the ...
Tags: New York, Movies, Interview, Lionsgate, Alabama, Features, Manhattan, Archer, Kate, Connie Nielsen, Patrick Warburton, Collins, Kennedy, Matthew, Lily, Tribeca

FX Renews What We Do In The Shadows For Season 3!

FX renews What We Do In The Shadows for season 3! After two highly acclaimed seasons for the cable network, FX has chosen to greenlight a third season of What We Do In The Shadows, the series adaptation of the Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi written/directed mockumentary, according to Deadline. RELATED: Mark Hamill Shows His Dark Side in What We Do in the Shadows Episode 2.06 Promo “We’re incredibly happy that critics and audiences are all in on Shadows,” Nick Grad, President, Original...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, TV News, Tilda Swinton, Hulu, What We Do In The Shadows, FX, Wellington, Mark Hamill, Guillermo, Wellington New Zealand, Taika Waititi, Clement, Jemaine Clement, Tri State

CS Recommends: Mad Max: Fury Road Plus Comedy & More!

CS Recommends: Mad Max: Fury Road Plus Comedy & More! Stuck inside? Don’t know what to watch/read/play/listen to? ComingSoon.net has got you covered. In this week’s CS Recommends our staff gives you solid tips on the best media to consume during your downtime, including Mad Max: Fury Road & more. Check out our picks below! RELATED: Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for Week of May 15 MAX EVRY’S RECOMMEND: A Thousand Clowns Click here to purchase! Kino Lorber just recently put out ...
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BNA: Brand New Animal Takes to the Skies

New quirky beast friends hastily become foes as BNA: Brand New Animal dishes out an episode rife with sky-high soaring before eventually plunging into the depths of despair with betrayal, the anime’s tanuki heroine undergoing another remarkable transformation in the process. Omake:
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‘Out’ Trailer: Disney+ Debuts Heartwarming LGBTQ Pixar SparkShorts Film

Pixar has been steadily churning out animated shorts through its SparkShorts program, an initiative dedicated to cultivating new talent through short films, that has allowed Pixar animators to experiment with more than the 3D animation the studio is known for. Everything from hand-drawn animation to new styles of CG animation are on display in the shorts, which first debuted theatrically and on YouTube last year before moving to Disney+. And Disney+ has kept the program alive, steadily releasin...
Tags: Movies, Youtube, Disney, Animation, Out, Pixar, Greg, Jim, Short Films, Disney/Pixar, SparkShorts, Pixar Animation Studios Jim Morris, Disney And Disney, Manuel Greg

Inheritance Review

Rating:  4.5/10 Cast: Lily Collins as Lauren Monroe Simon Pegg as Morgan Warner Connie Nielsen as Catherine Monroe Chace Crawford as William Monroe Patrick Warburton as Archer Monroe Marque Richardson as Scott Michael Beach as Harold Thewlis Joe Herrera as Det. Emilio Sanchez Lucas Alexander Ayoub as Eddie Parker Christine DeRosa as Sofia Fiore Directed by Vaughn Stein Pick up your Digital HD copy of Inheritance here! Inheritance Review: After over a decade of rocking the world of comedy, S...
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CS Interview: Lily Collins on Complex Thriller Inheritance

CS Interview: Lily Collins on complex thriller Inheritance ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with Golden Globe nominee Lily Collins (Rules Don’t Apply) to discuss her role in the crime thriller Inheritance helmed by Vaughn Stein (Terminal), which is available on digital platforms now! Pick up your digital copy of Inheritance here! RELATED: Inheritance Trailer: Lily Collins & Simon Pegg Star in New Thriller Film When looking at taking on her role in the film, Collins found the bigg...
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The Birthplace Of 'Harry Potter' Isn't Where You Thought It Was

Author J.K. Rowling clears up this and a host of other Riddikulus rumors.
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Netflix’s Animated Film The Willoughbys Watched by 37.6 Million in First Month

Netflix’s Animated Film The Willoughbys Watched by 37.6 Million in First Month Variety brings word that Netflix’s animated film The Willoughbys has been watched by 37.6 million households during the first month since its premiere, according to the streamer. The Willoughbys is the second original film from Netflix’s animation division (following Klaus) that aims to provide more family content. RELATED: Exclusive: Kris Pearn’s Five Favorite Overlooked Animated Films Netflix logged nearly 38 mil...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Streaming, Ricky Gervais, Alessia Cara, Klaus, Willoughby, Jane Krakowski, Movie News, Willoughbys, Kris Pearn, Brenda Gilbert, Jane Will Forte Scoob, Tim Vincent Tong Sausage Party, Melanoff Martin Short Frankenweenie, Luke Carroll Aaron L Gilbert

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