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Live Review - IN THE SHADOW IT WAITS

A horror movie performed live! Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Hachi-nan tte, Sore wa Nai deshou! Episode 10 Impression

On this episode, Well's party takes an undead cleansing request at his home forest. Meanwhile, Wells faces his hostile eldest brother and political family problems. The political family problem for Wells is getting pretty interesting and especially how they revealed supporters who wants him to be the next family lord. Also, the zombie action and lich encounter is cool. Other than that, I hope our male lead can defeat his jealous elder brother. Now what's going to happen next? I can't wait to fin...
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Small Press Expo Announces Virtual Ignatz Awards and Cancellation of SPX 2020

Small Press Expo Announces Virtual Ignatz Awards and Cancellation of SPX 2020 For Immediate Release Contact: Warren Bernard Email: [email protected] Small Press Expo Announces Virtual Ignatz Awards and Cancellation of SPX 2020 ...
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J.D. Crowe wins Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for editorial cartooning

The event is livecasting now, and Alabama cartoonist JD Crowe has just been announced as the winner for the cartoon division - https://rfkhumanrights.org/awards/book-journalism-awards [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Yuragi-sou no Yuuna-san Tears Things up & Swaps Genders

Yuragi-sou no Yuuna-san‘s latest onslaught of sexually-charged antics has led its cast of heroines into several more moments of humiliation, as their clothes are torn and their bodies exposed (among other scenes) – on top of this, some unlucky males also have their genders reversed. Potent males seeking visual stimulation will be amused by the […]
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Bathing, Manga, Oppai, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, China Dress, Gender Swap, Yuragi Sou No Yuuna-san


Review: Villain

— by RON WILKINSON — How far would you go to protect your family? What if your family consisted of a brother who was too dumb to chew gum and connected enough to get a hundred grand in hock to vicious criminals? A lot of people would find a new brother and move to a […]
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Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards at 4PM today!

I was one of the judges for the editorial cartoon division. Usually these are held in person, and are inspiring, moving, disturbing and well-worth attending - Mike   ...
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TV Bits: ‘F is for Family’, ‘Hedy Lamarr’, ‘Step Up’, ‘Diary of a Future President’, ‘Tuca and Bertie’, ‘Lucifer’

In this edition of TV Bits: Watch a trailer for F is for Family season 4. Gal Gadot’s Hedy Lamarr series, originally destined for Showtime, is headed to Apple TV+. Starz steps up and revives the YouTube Step Up series. Diary of a Future President has been renewed by Disney+ for a second season. Tuca and Bertie season 2 now has a teaser. Lucifer is returning to Netflix for season 6. F is for Family is an animated series that has been on Netflix for four seasons! This is surprising to me,...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Hedy Lamarr, Disney, Atlanta, Netflix, Vienna, United States, Showtime, Starz, Gina Rodriguez, Lucifer, Gal Gadot, Murphy


Gaitán, Parra y Souza desmenuzan FIFA Gate en nueva serie

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (AP) — Así como sobrevivió a un gran escándalo de corrupción, el fútbol saldrá también adelante tras la pandemia del coronavirus. Así lo cree el actor colombiano Andrés Parra, protagonista de la nueva serie “El Presidente”, sobre el caso “FIFA Gate” que sacudió a esta organización que aglutina más países que la ONU.
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Telemundo baraja celebrar en octubre los suspendidos Latin Billboards

Miami, 4 jun (EFE News).- La cadena de televisión estadounidense Telemundo pidió este jueves a los artistas de la música latina apartar el 21 octubre como fecha tentativa para realizar los premios Latin Billboard en Miami, tras suspenderlos en marzo pasado por la pandemia del coronavirus.
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El actor Ryan Guzmán se disculpa con la comunidad afroamericana

El mexicoamericano se disculpó por defender a su prometida, la también actriz Chrysti Ane, por usar insultos raciales en el pasado.
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‘Another Round’ Trailer: Mads Mikkelsen Experiments With Drinking During Work, and the Results Are Intoxicating

If the ongoing pandemic or the events of the past few weeks have driven you to drink a bit more than you might have otherwise (and who could blame you?), you may be interested in Another Round. It’s a new film in which Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) and his pals decide to see if they can live better by constantly keeping alcohol in their blood and drinking only “during work hours.” But the guys are all high school teachers, so all this may not be the best idea – an...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Nbc, Drama, Movie Trailers, Thomas Vinterberg, Command, Vinterberg, Tobias Lindholm, Mikkelsen, Mads Mikkelsen, Festival de Cannes, Madding Crowd, Another Round, Helene Reingaard Neumann


Let's Resolve This

smoochin'
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NYT: Editorial de senador Cotton no cumplía con estándares

NUEVA YORK (AP) — Una controversial carta abierta escrita por el senador republicano Tom Cotton, en la que defendía el uso de las tropas federales para apaciguar las protestas, no cumplía con los estándares del New York Times, afirmó el periódico el jueves.El Times reportó que hizo una revisión de cómo fue que el artículo “Desplieguen las Tropas” que escribió Cotton llegó a ser publicada en la edición impresa y por internet.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Ap, New York Times, Tom Cotton, El Times, Nueva York


Superhero Bits: Rogue Still Visible in ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’, New Dormammu Concept Art & More

Which superhero costume designer created the SpaceX astronaut suits? Will The Falcon and the Winter Soldier get a new title for a second season? What award was Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi recently given? What accidental Easter egg in X-Men: Days of Future Past shows Rogue is still around? Why did Laura Harrier think Zendaya took her role in Spider-Man: Homecoming? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Universal Orlando is hosting a Team Member preview of the parks to...
Tags: Spacex, Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Batman, Thor, X-men, Aquaman, Hulk, Zendaya, Orlando, Falcon, Tenet, Taika Waititi, Jose Fernandez, Kumail Nanjiani


61-Year-Old Man Being Prosecuted for Selling Copyright-Violating Anime Stickers

A company employee will soon be prosecuted for selling sheets of stickers containing copyrighted designs of various well-known anime characters, an operation he managed to successfully carry out for nearly three years. Yokosuka station (Kanagawa) is filing charges against the 61-year-old male company employee (from Saitama) on suspicion of violating the Japanese Copyright Act, as […]
Tags: Crime, Copyright, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Yokosuka, Saitama, Kanagawa, Image Gallery, Anime Goods


‘Dune’ Cinematographer Had to “Forget” ‘Star Wars’, Says Part One is “A Fully Standalone Epic”

Greig Fraser, the cinematographer behind movies like Let Me In, Killing Them Softly, Foxcatcher, and Zero Dark Thirty, is heading from one space epic to another: he’s the man behind the camera for director Denis Villeneuve‘s highly-anticipated adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi story Dune. Fraser was the director of photography for both Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and The Mandalorian, but in a new interview, he spoke about having to “forget a lot of Star Wars” when embarking on the D...
Tags: Quotes, Movies, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Denis, George Lucas, Warner Brothers, Dune, Frank Herbert, Paul Atreides, Fraser, Villeneuve, Herbert, Denis Villeneuve, Action/Adventure, Greig Fraser


Film and TV Production Studios in the U.K. and Asia Are Starting to Re-open

International production studios are beginning to re-open after months of shutdowns in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We’ve seen countries like New Zealand, which had a notably tough response to the outbreak, the Czech Republic, and France begin to slowly resume film and TV productions, but studios in the U.K. and Asian countries like South Korea, China, and Taiwan have begun to follow suit. Deadline reports that some of the biggest studios in the U.K. have begun to open th...
Tags: Asia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Hollywood, Movies, Australia, France, China, Disney, Taiwan, Netflix, Czech Republic, Piers Morgan, New Zealand, Pacific, Variety


BNA: Brand New Animal Goes on a Rescue Mission

BNA: Brand New Animal‘s highly expressive tanuki girl has made use of her myriad of transformations to rescue her cult leader friend, the mischievous girl naturally once again getting herself in trouble as she instigates various fights. Omake:
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Bella Thorne’s Infamous To Hit Select Drive-In Theaters

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Bella Thorne’s Infamous to hit select drive-in theaters With traditional theaters still mostly shut down around the world, Vertical Entertainment has announced that their upcoming crime thriller Infamous will be taking a more old school approach and be hitting select drive-in theaters across the country on Friday, June 12 alongside its digital release. RELATED: Infamous Trailer & Poster Starring Bella Thorne & Jake Manley The full list of drive-in theaters set to scree...
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Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for Week of May 29

Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for Week of May 29 Look out fellow couch potatoes, here comes The Invisible Man! After missing out on DEG’s Top 20 Watched at Home list early on, most likely due to its high rental price tag, the Universal horror flick has suddenly found a large enough audience to leap all the way to No. 2 in this week’s streaming list. Mighty impressive for a flick that sat at No. 14 last week. Even so, that wasn’t enough to bump last week’s champ, Sonic the Hedgehog,...
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FTC fines kids app developer HyperBeard $150K for use of third-party ad trackers

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today announced a settlement of $150,000 with HyperBeard, the developer of a collection of children’s mobile games over violations of U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Rule (COPPA Rule). The company’s applications had been downloaded more than 50 million times on a worldwide basis to date, according to data from app intelligence firm Sensor Tower. A complaint filed by the Dept. of Justice on behalf of the FTC alleged that HyperBeard had violate...
Tags: Apple, TC, Apps, Games, Kids, Tech, Regulations, Developers, App Stores, Vietnam, Ftc, Coppa, Andrew Smith, Bureau of Consumer Protection, U S Federal Trade Commission FTC, Dept of Justice


‘The Execution’: Murdered Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Will Be the Subject of a Film by ‘Morbius’ Director

In October of 2018, Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul to get a marriage license and never walked out. That’s because inside the building, Khashoggi – who had been critical of the Saudi government and the crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman – was assassinated and dismembered by agents of the Saudi government. Now his story will be told in a feature film called The Execution, which is set to be directed by Daniel Espinosa, the filmmaker be...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Washington Post, Saudi Arabia, Netflix, Sony, Yemen, Istanbul, True Story, Anthony Bourdain, Brian De Palma, Mohammed bin Salman, Mohammad Bin Salman, Espinosa, Kon Tiki


Original ‘Ghostbusters’ Outtakes Feature Alternate Titles for the Paranormal Exterminators

If the world hadn’t gone to hell, we’d be about one month away from getting a new Ghostbusters movie from director Jason Reitman, son of the original film’s director Ivan Reitman. But since Ghostbusters: Afterlife has been pushed back until March 2021, we’ll have to settle for checking out some rarely seen footage from behind the scenes of the original Ghostbusters. In the original movie from 1984, Peter Venkman (Bill Murray), Ray Stantz (Dan Aykroyd) and Egon Spenger (Harold Ramis) start up th...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Movies, Sci-fi, Sony, Jason Reitman, Ghostbusters, Ray, Ivan Reitman, Video Of The Day, Behind the Scenes Footage, Dan-Aykroyd, Harold-Ramis, Bill-Murray, Annie Potts, Peter Venkman Bill Murray Ray Stantz Dan Aykroyd


Nominated for an Eisner Award!

Friends! Fantastic news: My book Anatomy of Authors was nominated for an Eisner Award today, in the "Best Humor" category! Woohoo! YOU CAN (MAYBE) VOTE! Eisners are voted on by members of the Comics Industry and by Educators/Historians/Librarians/Instructors/Researchers who work with comics in schools/libraries. So if you're a cartoonist, comics writer, editor, inker, colorist, publisher (or!) a comics retailers (or!) a teacher or historian who works with comics (or!) a librarian wh...
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Check Out the Full List of 2020 Eisner Award Nominees

Check Out the Full List of 2020 Eisner Award Nominees San Diego Comic-Con 2020 was called off in light of the coronavirus pandemic, and that left the Eisner Awards without a venue. Comic-Con has served as the home of the comic book industry’s Oscar-equivalent since 1991. But even though that won’t be the case this year, the show must go on. Via The Hollywood Reporter, the Eisner committee has announced the list of nominees for 2020. As expected, plenty of new and continuing Marvel and DC book...
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Space Force Season 1 Episode 3 and Episode 4 Recap

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Space Force Season 1 Episode 3 and Episode 4 Recap In the previous episodes of Netflix’s Space Force, Gen. Naird oversaw the launch of Epsilon 6, which the Chinese sabotaged. In Space Force Season 1 Episode 3, Naird and Dr. Mallory testified in front of Congress regarding Space Force’s budget, and in Space Force Season 1 Episode 4, Naird volunteered for the Lunar Habitat experiment. Mouse Appropriations Dr. Mallory discovered that the budget for his rat blood pressure ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Congress, Washington, Netflix, Moon, TV News, Air Force, Recap, Ali, Erin, TV Recap, Mallory, Epsilon, ComingSoon, Space Force


Exclusive: The Vast of Night Director Talks His Next Career Steps

Exclusive: The Vast of Night Director Talks His Next Career Steps Amazon Studios provided ComingSoon.net the chance to chat 1:1 with The Vast of Night director Andrew Patterson about his critically acclaimed sci-fi drama (91% on Rotten Tomatoes) now on Prime Video. Many who have reviewed the film have speculated that it will serve as the perfect Hollywood calling card for Patterson, and it may have served just that purpose already. Check out what he says about his next movie career steps belo...
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Films About and By Black Voices Streaming for Free on The Criterion Channel

In the wake of nationwide protests against police violence against Black lives, The Criterion Channel is making a series of films about and by Black voices available for free. Films from Maya Angelou, Julie Dash, William Greaves, Kathleen Collins, Cheryl Dunye, Charles Burnett, and more, are available in front of the paywall for the streaming service. Criterion is also “establishing an employee-guided fund with a $25,000 initial contribution and an ongoing $5,000 monthly commitment to support o...
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Review: The Florida Project

— by LYNETTE CARRINGTON — Every once in awhile a film comes along that haunts you, nags at you and consumes you. That is exactly what “The Florida Project” does, whether it is intentional or not. The 2017 film was directed by Sean Baker and flew under the “popular general audience.” Willem Dafoe garnered an […]
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