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TMW’s 25 Best Movies of 2020 so Far

Our favourite movies of the year to date. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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CALL & RESPONSE with Baron Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle premieres next week on Funny Or Die and Blavity

FOD is partnering with Blavity Inc. to highlight, promote & amplify talented Black voices in comedy, hip-hop, and culture. Last year, Funny Or Die partnered with creators Baron Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle to produce the Comedy Central TV show The New Negroes. The show’s mission was to highlight, promote, and amplify talented Black voices — both new and established — in comedy, hip-hop, and culture. Baron, Mike, and FOD believe this mission has always been important. Starting Tuesday, June ...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Black, Open Mike Eagle, Mike, Blavity, YouTube Twitter Facebook, Baron Vaughn, Comedy Central TV, FOD, Blavity Inc, Baron Mike


Prime Climb Game Review

Math games get a lot of table time at our house because we use them as a supplement to our homeschool curriculum. Playing math games is something my kids look forward to every week, and it’s real life math so it really gets into their developing brains and motivates them to get better and faster […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, Homeschool


Al Goodwyn Cartoons 6/9/20

Al Goodwyn has another roundup at Goodwyn Cartoons 6/9/20 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Zorro / Four Color Comics v2 #976 - Alex Toth art

Walt Disney's Zorro / Four Color Comics v2 #976, 1959 - Plotting to take control of California, a man called the Eagle and his conspirators disrupt the ammunition supplies. Like some of his previous Zorro features, Alex Toth's illustrations are outstanding. "Gypsy Warning" has all the hallmarks of a Toth story, including finely crafted faces and figures, deft brushwork and detailed backgrounds ( [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, California, Walt Disney, Unknown, Toth, Alex Toth


Jashin-chan Dropkick Makes an Important Discovery

Jashin-chan Dropkick‘s main crew of females have happened upon a vital tome in the show’s tenth episode, leading to a predictable conclusion before transitioning into more of the same cuteness and comedy; the truth concerning Kyon-Kyon’s twin sister is also revealed. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Winter, Animals, Anime, Nomad, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Dropkick, Jashin-chan Dropkick, Kyon Kyon


All Women Want Sex in Aku no Onna Kanbu: Full Moon Night R

Aku no Onna Kanbu: Full Moon Night R’s second episode will prove to be as sex-laden as the first as yet more fertile women offer themselves to the male protagonist, an enviable situation as the established conqueror has bred with tons of laudable females in the past and continues to acquire even more. Pretty pink-haired […]
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Tan, Oppai, Oshiri, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Kemonomimi, Aku no Onna Kanbu


MTV Movie Awards Postponed Indefinitely But Could Move to December

We may never find out who wins Best Kiss — though we may not want to find out, in the age of coronavirus-induced social distancing. This year’s MTV Movie Awards, which are usually held in June, have been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But there may be a chance that this glitzy awards ceremony will be pushed to December. There’s no summer without the MTV Movie Awards and the network’s annual awarding of things like Best Kiss and Best Fight. It’s a ceremony ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Awards, Los Angeles, Mtv, MTV Movie Awards, Zachary Levi, MTV Movie TV Awards, Coronavirus, Brooklyn Barclays Center


‘Little Britain’ Pulled From Netflix, U.K. Streaming Services for Use of Blackface

Little Britain, one of the most popular BBC shows when it premiered in 2003, remains widely unknown outside of the U.K. But it will likely be remembered for its notoriety now, as the sketch comedy series written by and starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams has been pulled from streaming on Netflix, BBC iPlayer, and Britbox over its use of blackface. Variety reports that Netflix has joined U.K. streaming services BBC iPlayer and Britbox in pulling Little Britain from its platform amid concer...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Society, Bbc, Netflix, Britain, David Walliams, Times, Alice, Lucas, Variety, Netflix BBC, Matt Lucas, Little Britain


Superhero Bits: ‘Supergirl’ Co-Star Chyler Leigh Comes Out, Brian Azzarello’s Joker Influenced ‘Suicide Squad’ & More

What did Grant Gustin have to say about the actor recently fired from The Flash? Which version of Joker inspired the one we see in Suicide Squad? Which Riverdale star is up for the role of Batwoman? When will Arrowverse stars get back to shooting in Vancouver? Could a Black Widow cast member be reprising their role in the Shang-Chi movie? What is the working title for the Hawkeye series at Disney+? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Stargirl cast member Joel McHale sat do...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Disney, Suicide Squad, Justice-League, Black Widow, Batwoman, Vancouver, Batman, Thor, Joel Mchale, Avengers, BLM, Grant, Cw


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Funny or Die Acquires Call & Response from Vaughn & Eagle

Funny or Die acquires Call & Response from Vaughn & Eagle After partnering with the comic duo for the Comedy Central series The New Negroes, Funny or Die is reuniting with Baron Vaughn (Scare Package) and Open Mike Eagle for a new web series entitled Call & Response, according to Deadline. RELATED: Shudder Acquires Horror Comedy Anthology Scare Package In collaboration with Black millennial platform Blavity, the web series will debut on Funny or Die and Blavity’s YouTube, Facebook and Twit...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Funny Or Die, Eagle, Open Mike Eagle, Vaughn, ComingSoon, Baron Vaughn, TV Premiere Date, Chris Redd, Shalewa Sharpe, Call & Response, Vaughn Eagle, Blavity s YouTube Facebook, Josh Johnson Clayton


‘Percy Jackson’ Author Still Hates the Movies, Says Disney+ Series Will Fix Everything

The best-selling Percy Jackson and the Olympians book series was turned into a film franchise that 20th Century Fox hoped would become their own Harry Potter. But after just two movies, it seemed the interest just wasn’t there, so fans never got to see the rest of the books brought to the big screen. That doesn’t seem to bother author Rick Riordan though, because he has been very outspoken about his hate for the movies, and he says the upcoming Disney+ series will not follow that same path of d...
Tags: Television, Movies, Fantasy, Stephen King, Disney, Fox, Adaptation, Stanley Kubrick, 20th Century Fox, Riordan, Percy Jackson, Rick Riordan, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Disney Riordan


Could a ‘Wanted’ Sequel Happen in the Screenlife Format? Director Timur Bekmambetov Hopes So

For years, Hollywood was considering making a sequel to Wanted, the 2008 film starring James McAvoy and Angelina Jolie as assassins who can curve a bullet’s trajectory in mid-air. And even though the movie came out more than a decade ago, it seems like the idea for a Wanted 2 isn’t dead just yet – at least, not in the mind of the first film’s director. Timur Bekmambetov, the director of Wanted and the producer of films like Searching and Unfriended, now suggests that a Wanted sequel could be ma...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Fox, Sequels, Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy, Universal, Wesley, Action/Adventure, Timur-Bekmambetov, Bekmambetov, Derek Haas, Wanted-2, Deadline Bekmambetov


God Help Us, the Winklevoss Twins Are Co-Producing a Movie About Their Bitcoin Journey

The Winklevoss twins—the brothers Mark Zuckerberg allegedly stole the idea for Facebook from—are making a movie about themselves, Deadline reported this week. If that doesn’t seem masturbatory enough, rejoice: said film is about how they amassed a net wealth of more than $1 billion by getting really into Bitcoin.Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Science, Technology, Movies, Film, Social Media, Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Winklevoss, Winklevii, Winklevoss Twins, Tyler Winklevoss, Cameron Winklevoss, Winklevoss Twins Are Co


AMC Says ‘Almost All’ U.S. Theaters Will Reopen in July

The chain reported that it lost more than $2 billion in the most recent quarter, when the pandemic essentially stopped theatergoing.
Tags: Movies, News, Amc, AMC Entertainment Holding Inc, Coronavirus Reopenings


‘Snow Blind’ Movie Starring Jake Gyllenhaal Sparks Bidding War

Everyone wants a piece of Snow Blind. Studios are currently in a bidding war for the film adaptation of the graphic novel written by Ollie Masters and illustrated by Tyler Jenkins, with Jake Gyllenhaal attached to star for director Gustav Möller. Described as “Prisoners meets Running on Empty,” the story follows a teen who discovers that he and his family have secretly been in the Witness Protection Program for years, and now someone seeking revenge has tracked them down. Deadline is reporti...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Fbi, Jake-Gyllenhaal, Alaska, David Cronenberg, Adaptation, Gyllenhaal, Luca Guadagnino, Tyler Jenkins, Witness Protection Program, Snow Blind, Ollie Masters, Gustav Möller, Jake Gyllenhaal Sparks, Snow Blind Studios


‘Harry Potter’ Star Daniel Radcliffe Shows Support for Transgender Community, Refutes J.K. Rowling’s Tweets About Gender Identity

“Transgender women are women.” That’s the (correct) personal stance of former Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, who has written a brief essay responding to a series of tweets written this past weekend by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling which argue the contrary. Radcliffe’s support of the trans community prove once again that he’s a good dude, and in addition to that, his words about grappling with the stance of an auteur behind a popular piece of fiction are applicable in multiple cases acro...
Tags: Movies, Harry Potter, Daniel-Radcliffe, J K Rowling, Radcliffe, Jo, Rowling, GLAAD, LGBTQIA, Trevor Project, Gossip/Controversy, Harry Potter Star Daniel Radcliffe, Crucially Radcliffe


SPX Legal Defense Fund Case Settled

Almost two years ago, a group of comic creators were sued by small-press publisher Cody Pickrodt for defamation when they accused him (or repeated the accusation) of what the law is calling “sexual misconduct”. Now, a statement has been issued that an out-of-court settlement has been reached. Eight of the defendants had previously been dismissed from the case due to jurisdiction. Cody Pickrodt and Whitney Taylor issued a statement that reads, in part: Both of us wish to put this [...]
Tags: Comics, Comic News, Whitney Taylor, Cody Pickrodt


Neptune Becomes a Virtual YouTuber for New VVVtunia Footage

Footage for the disturbingly sexualized Neptunia franchise’s latest entry, VVVtunia, has used modern tactics to try and stay hip with the young crowd as titular heroine Neptune has transformed into a virtual YouTuber to promote the game. The decision to transform the beloved icon is fitting as VVVtunia has countless virtual YouTubers present as part […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, Neptune, Moe, PV, Compile Heart, Neptunia, Virtual YouTubers


See ‘The Goonies 2’ Concept Art Created for Adam F. Goldberg’s Pitch for the Sequel

For years and years, fans have been asking for the beloved 1985 adventured movie The Goonies to get a sequel. The film from director Richard Donner and producer Steven Spielberg is one of the most beloved movies to come out of the 1980s, and it’s always felt ripe for a legacy-quel introducing a new cast of kids and bringing back all of the stars from the original movie, now all grown up. Thankfully, there might be hope for a sequel from one of the film’s biggest fans. Adam F. Goldberg is best k...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Abc, Oregon, Sequels, Steven-Spielberg, Warner Brothers, Goldberg, Josh Gad, Richard-Donner, DONNER, Adam-F.-Goldberg, Action/Adventure, Goonies, Family Films, The-Goonies


‘The Hate U Give’ is Available to Rent for Free on Digital Platforms as Protests Supporting Black Lives Matter Continue

As the protests supporting the Black Lives Matter movement continue across the country, more and more people are looking for movies and shows to watch that address the root issues of that movement. (And no, The Help is not exactly the best available option.) Studios and filmmakers are making some particularly relevant movies free to rent, and it’s hard to get more relevant than 2018’s The Hate U Give, which involves the police shooting an unarmed black man, and what happens when the officer’s n...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Dwayne Johnson, Selma, New York Times, Adaptation, Black Lives Matter, Ava Duvernay, 20th Century Fox, Starr, Amandla Stenberg, Pete, Khalil, Anthony Mackie, Peter Sciretta


Bungie Announces Destiny 2 Beyond Light, The Witch Queen & Lightfall

Bungie Announces Destiny 2 Beyond Light, The Witch Queen & Lightfall Destiny 2 developer Bungie has announced a new trilogy of expansions for the title launching this fall, according to Vital Thrills, including Beyond Light (releasing on September 22, 2020), The Witch Queen (2021), and Lightfall (2022). You can check out videos below about the future of Destiny 2 and Beyond Light gameplay, and pre-order Beyond Light here! RELATED: Electronic Arts Launches First Wave of EA Games on Steam Bungi...
Tags: Games, Movies, Bungie, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Destiny 2, Destiny 2 Beyond Light, Lightfall, EA Games on Steam Bungie


Space Force Season 1 Episode 5 and Episode 6 Recap

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Space Force Season 1 Episode 5 and Episode 6 Recap In the previous episodes of Netflix’s Space Force, Naird and Mallory testified before Congress, and Naird participated in the Lunar Habitat Experiment. In Space Force Season 1 Episode 5, Space Force participated in Space Flag against the Air Force, and in Space Force Season 1 Episode 6, Naird and Mallory searched for a spy in Space Force. Space Flag To test exoskeleton technology, Space Force Blue Team competed in war ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Congress, India, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Air Force, Recap, Lockheed, TV Recap, Duncan, Tony, CHAN, Raytheon, Jerome


‘Doctor Who’ Minisode Brings Back Bill Potts to Inform Aliens That Black Lives Matter

One of the greatest tragedies of Doctor Who season 10 — aside from being our last season with Peter Capaldi and for the alarmingly sad endings for our core characters — is that we only got one season with the TARDIS dream team that was Capaldi, Pearl Mackie, and Matt Lucas. Together, that trio was one of the most underrated ensembles of modern Who, and it’s still a shame that we only got 12 episodes with them. But in the latest special Doctor Who minisode released as part of the series’ ongoing...
Tags: Television, Movies, Minneapolis, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Earth, Bbc, Bill, Peter Capaldi, Steven Moffat, Black Lives Matter, Lucas, Chris, Heather, Emily, Matt Lucas


Becoming an Angel Investor for the First Time

I’ve invested a significant amount of my personal capital (all of it..) into my own startups. But, never someone else’s company. Until a couple of months, that is. I’m excited to announce I’m an angel investor in Resident Ventures, a company that hosts bespoke culinary experiences in unique, residential spaces. The back story: At CREtech New York last year, I met Brian Mommsen, the founder, and was instantly drawn to the blend of community, real estate, and hospitality — the three things I’ve sp...
Tags: Radio, Community, Community building, Resident, Built World, Entrepreneurs and Tech, Brian Mommsen, CREtech New York


Corcoran agent fired over alleged racist marketing

Joseph Swedroe was based out of a Miami-area Corcoran office, but was terminated after reportedly suggesting consumers move to Florida to escape unrest in New York
Tags: Florida, New York, Protest, New York City, Radio, Racism, Miami, Agent, Black Lives Matter, Riot, Industry News, Aventura, Corcoran, Select, News Brief, Pam Liebman


The best Xbox One exclusives (June 2020)

The Xbox One has more exclusives than Halo, Forza, and Gears of War. Here's a list of our favorite picks.
Tags: Gaming, Microsoft, Halo, Trends, Xbox, Best Games, Best Of, Buying Guides, Tier 4


Musical Based on Lionel Richie Catalogue in the Works at Disney

Musical based on Lionel Richie catalogue in the works at Disney Lionel Richie is one of the most legendary musicians in American history and now his iconic catalogue of songs has been acquired by Walt Disney Studios, who are developing a movie musical based around the hits, according to Variety. RELATED: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton Gets Early Release on Disney+ The musical, tentatively titled All Night Long, will be penned by Pete Chiarelli (Crazy Rich Asians, The Proposal) and is curren...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Disney, Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, Abba, Dana Brunetti, Luke Bryan, Richie, Walt Disney Studios, Lin Manuel Miranda, Epix, Celie, ComingSoon, Movie News, House of Mouse



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