'Mulan': A Beloved Disney Classic Reimagined As Martial Arts Epic

'Mulan': A Beloved Disney Classic Reimagined As Martial Arts Epic Linda Holmes; Stephen Thompson; Mallory Yu ; Kathy Tu Pop Culture Happy Hour September 4, 2020 https://www.npr.org/2020/08/28/907044823/mulan-a-beloved-disney-classic-reimag...
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The Post's opinion on Charlie Hebdo massacre trial

The Charlie Hebdo trial serves as a reminder that we can't have freedom without solidarity Opinion by Sonny Bunch Act Four blog September 4, 2020 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/09/04/charlie-hebdo-trial-serves-reminder-that-we-cant-have-freedom-without-solidarity/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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The Post reviews Mulan... and Pepe the Frog

The new 'Mulan' is somber and serious-minded — and spectacular [in print as A heroic battle that is worth revisiting] Ann Hornaday Movie critic Washington Post September 4, 2020 : Weekend 16-17 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/movies/mulan-movie-review/2020/09/02/8eed3270-e8a7-11ea-970a-64c73a1c2392_story.html and not apparently on their website is ... [The documentary "Feels Good Man" tells the story of Pepe the Frog...] Michael O'Sullivan ...
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Vice recommends King's Strange Adventures

DC's Best Comic Right Now Is Not So Quietly About the Horror of the Iraq War Strange Adventures is about a broken man making a terrible mistake. by Gita Jackson September 3, 2020, https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/4aymgn/dcs-best-comic-right-now-is-not-so-quietly-about-the-horror-of-the-iraq-war [Author: Mike Rhode]
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1984 #6 - Alex Nino art

1984 #6 1984 (magazine) v1 #6, 1979 - Aliens enter Earth's orbit and proceed to copulate inside the NASA's Skylab spacecraft. Alex Nino creates two inhuman creatures, along with their grotesque sexual organs. Despite the strangeness of the story, the artist draws the characters adeptly and somewhat tastefully. To contrast the two species, Nino illustrates the perplexed humans with sharp, [Author: Unknown]
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Han Juri Costumes Win Street Fighter V Fan Design Contest

The winners of the Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Costume Contest have been declared, perhaps proving that the luscious Han Juri is one of the more favorable characters in the franchise as the two winners made costumes for her. There was said to be 12 total finalists and Capcom decided that the masterful creations of […]
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New Trailer for Slasher Sequel REDWOOD MASSACRE: ANNIHILATION, Starring Danielle Harris

Director David Ryan Keith delivers a sequel to his 2015 slasher. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘Twelve Minutes’ Game Trailer: Daisy Ridley and James McAvoy Star in Interactive Time Loop Thriller

As independent video games continue to push the creative envelope, they’ll continue to attract top-tier Hollywood talent to participate. Case in point: Twelve Minutes, an upcoming interactive time loop thriller that features voice work from Daisy Ridley (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), James McAvoy (X-Men: First Class), and Willem Dafoe (The Lighthouse). Check out the game’s trailer and learn more about it below. Twelve Minutes Trailer The game, which hails from creative director Luis Ant...
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Review: 'I'm Thinking of Ending Things' is a Captivating, Metaphysical Tale

When I was in school growing up we studied a painting that particularly captured my heart and my mind. Its title, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, is a perfect description of the events portrayed in the painting. The French Post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin created this masterpiece in Tahiti, painting characters that are meditating on the questions about human existence listed in the title. We ought to study the painting from right to left, starting with a sleepin...
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Misanee Mahou Shoujo Bikini Ero-Figure Extremely Bashful

Aficionados who remember Raita‘s Mahou Shoujo series will be motivated into purchasing this astounding figurine of the buxom Misanee, as it exudes an incredibly erotic aura as the girl shyly sits on the ground, waiting to be grabbed and poked by buyers when she descends into their arms next February. Black bikini and white bikini […]
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‘Total Recall’ 4K Release Will Get Your Ass to Mars This December

Total Recall, Paul Verhoeven‘s sci-fi action classic that features Arnold Schwarzenegger getting his ass to Mars, is headed to 4K. This December, the movie arrives via a 3-disc 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital) and Digital 4K Ultra HD courtesy of Lionsgate. For this release, Total Recall has been restored in 4K from a scan of the original 35mm negative and comes with multiple special features, which are listed below. Total Recall 4K Ultra-violent, darkly funny, and featu...
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‘Gnomes & Goblins’ Trailer: Jon Favreau’s VR Game Takes You Into a Fantasy World This September

Back in 2016, the short Gnomes and Goblins Preview teased a chance to step into a fantasy world created by none other than The Lion King director Jon Favreau. It was a fantasy adventure VR simulation that earned tons of buzz and excitement. It took nearly 4 years for a full-fledged PC virtual reality game to be developed by XR developers Wevr, but the full Gnomes & Goblins VR game is finally coming to PC headsets this September. Watch the Gnomes and Goblins trailer below. Gnomes and Goblins...
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Photos: Drive-in movies back for long, hot holiday weekend

People enjoy a movie at the Regency Theaters Plant Drive-In in Van Nuys, Thursday, September 3, 2020. The theater has converted a parking lot into a drive in theater due to the coronavirus shutdown. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) People enjoy a movie at the Regency Theaters Plant Drive-In in Van Nuys, Thursday, September 3, 2020. The theater has converted a parking lot into a drive in theater due to the coronavirus shutdown. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Dail...
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‘Five Eyes’: Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham Reunite for a Spy Thriller

Director Guy Ritchie plucked Jason Statham from the world of modeling and gave him his first acting job in 1998’s Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. The two have reunited multiple times over the years – in 2000’s Snatch, 2005’s Revolver, and again in next year’s Wrath of Man – and now the duo are getting together to make yet another new movie. Ritchie will direct Five Eyes, a spy thriller in which Statham will play the lead character…who happens to have a pretty spectacular name. The Hollyw...
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Christopher Walken is a Small-Town Farmer in 'Percy' Official Trailer

"We're gonna lose the farm, Percy." Mongrel Media from Canada has revealed the first trailer for an indie drama titled Percy, originally known as Percy vs. Goliath. Based on real events from a 1998 lawsuit, the film follows a small-town farmer who takes on a giant corporation (Monsanto) after their GMO's interfere with his crops. As he starts the fight against them, he realizes he's like thousands of other disenfranchised farmers around the world fighting the same battle. Suddenly, he become...
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‘Dune’ Director Denis Villeneuve Actually Thinks David Lynch’s Version is Pretty Good

Director David Lynch’s Dune is among the most famous box office bombs in Hollywood history. The eclectic filmmaker behind films like Mulholland Dr and Blue Velvet did not have final cut on his film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi novel, and Lynch even had his name removed from a version of it that was later edited for television. Seeing the film morph into something beyond his control was clearly a painful experience for him, but the finished version wasn’t a total loss – in fact, new...
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‘Grizzly 2’, Starring George Clooney, Laura Dern, and a Killer Bear, is Officially Being Released After Almost 40 Years

Did you know there’s a movie where a giant bear tries to kill Laura Dern, George Clooney, and Charlie Sheen during a music festival? If you’re wondering how you never saw such a spectacle, there’s a very good reason: it was never released. Grizzly II (which went by two different titles, Grizzly II: The Predator and Grizzly II: The Concert), was filmed in 1983 in Hungary, but never released. But that’s about to change! The Ringer has a big piece all about the making, and surprise resurgence, ...
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‘Automatons’: The Stop-Motion Animated Comedy From the ‘Bill and Ted’ Screenwriters May Find New Life, Ed Solomon Says

Let’s time travel back to 2004. Bill & Ted writers Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson were working on the stop-motion animated Automatons, a wildly absurd comedy about a pair of neurotic robots who were built to kill Hitler, only to be buried at the bottom of the ocean and emerge 70 years too late. It was the kind of project that would have difficulty being greenlit even coming from the writers of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and its sequel Bogus Journey, much less coming 13 years after Bogus Jo...
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Tzi Ma on Being the Go-To Onscreen Asian Father, What ‘Mulan’ Means for the Asian-American Community [Interview]

Tzi Ma has become the go-to dad in countless Asian-led movies. From The Farewell to Tigertail, culminating in this year’s highly anticipated Disney remake of Mulan, there’s a warmth and world-weariness that the Hong Kong-born actor brings to films that are beginning to evolve audiences’ understanding and exposure to Asian-American culture. But despite that, Ma is not a dad himself, though he assures that as an uncle of many nieces and nephews, he’s changed many a diaper. “I have been able to do...
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‘Mulan’ Star Jimmy Wong on Putting His Own Twist on a Beloved Animated Character [Interview]

Jimmy Wong is just happy to be here. In just his third feature film, the Chinese-American actor found himself acting opposite Donnie Yen, Gong Li — some of the biggest names in the Hong Kong movie industry. And he’s playing a character from a beloved Disney animated movie, the laidback Imperial Army recruit Ling, in Niki Caro’s remake of Mulan. It’s a lot of pressure, but Wong wouldn’t have it any other way. “For me, I’m just happy to be able to be a voice in general for anyone that’s out there...
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How to watch the NFL without signing up for a traditional cable subscription

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Mark J. Terrill/AP Photo; Mark LoMoglio/AP Photo; Alyssa Powell/Business Insider The American TV audience watches more NFL Football than any other sport, so I probably don't have to remind you that the 2020-21 season starts September 10.However, it's still not that easy to figure out how to watch your favorite teams without a cable subscription. Broadcast rights continue to be spread across several...
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The Adventures of Superman: DC FanDome to Bring Back 1940s Radio Series

The Adventures of Superman: DC FanDome to bring back 1940s radio series More than 60 years since The Adventures of Superman had broadcast its last episode in 1951, Warner Bros. Television and The Creative Coalition have announced that they’re officially teaming up to bring back the classic 1940s serial to life with an all-star cast led by Daniel Dae Kim (Lost) and Wilson Cruz (Star Trek: Discovery) to recreate episodes from the long-running radio series. The revival event will launch during t...
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CS Video: Rachel Leigh Cook, Damon Wayans Jr. & Heather Graham on Love, Guaranteed

CS Video: Rachel Leigh Cook, Damon Wayans Jr. & Heather Graham on Love, Guaranteed ComingSoon.net had the opportunity to speak with stars Rachel Leigh Cook, Damon Wayans Jr., and Heather Graham about Netflix’s new romantic comedy Love, Guaranteed, streaming now! You can check out the interview now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; ...
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Jason Scott Lee’s ‘Mulan’ Villain is More Than a One-Dimensional Baddie [Interview]

It’s been 26 years since Jason Scott Lee last starred in a Disney live-action remake, as the hero Mowgli in 1994’s The Jungle Book. But in the live-action remake of Mulan, he’s playing the villain. And not just any bad guy – one of the best bad guys of Disney’s animated films. But Lee relishes finally getting a chance to play a villain in a Disney film, even if it took more than two decades to do so. “As an actor, you want that diversity, you want that contrast, otherwise it’s so boring,” Lee t...
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CS Interview: Aya Cash & Antony Starr Talk The Boys Season 2

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Aya Cash & Antony Starr Talk The Boys Season 2 ComingSoon.net had the chance to speak with The Boys newcomer Aya Cash and Homelander’s Antony Starr about the second season, which premiered today on Amazon Prime Video. You can check out the interview below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiral...
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Sega Introduces Sakura Taisen Mobile Game With Full Anime Episode

Sega has officially unveiled a new Sakura Taisen property in the form of a mobile RPG called Sakura Kakumei (Sakura Revolution). To further promote the title, the developer and publisher also revealed a prologue OVA and a few teaser trailers. The new Sakura Taisen game takes the franchise into the future year of 2011 (Taisho […]
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Exclusive: Heather Graham Teases New Details About The Stand Miniseries

Exclusive: Heather Graham Teases New Details About The Stand Miniseries While speaking with Heather Graham about her new romantic comedy Love, Guaranteed (streaming now on Netflix), ComingSoon.net had the chance to find out new details about the upcoming miniseries adaptation of The Stand and Graham’s character Rita Blakemoor. You can see what Graham has to say about CBS All Access’ new Stephen King series adaptation in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gp...
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The top 9 movies on Netflix this week, from 'The Frozen Ground' to 'Quantum of Solace'

Nic Cage in "The Frozen Ground" The Film Arcade "Quantum of Solace" and "The Frozen Ground" were some of Netflix's most popular movies this week.  Netflix introduced daily top lists of the most popular titles on the streaming service in February. Streaming search engine Reelgood keeps track of the lists and provides Business Insider with a rundown of the week's most popular movies on Netflix every Friday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A new James Bond movie, "No Time ...
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’20/20′ Episode ‘Chadwick Boseman: A Tribute for a King’ Now Streaming on Disney+

The 20/20 episode Chadwick Boseman A Tribute for a King has made its way to Disney+. The special aired on August 30 in remembrance of the Black Panther actor, who died on August 28 from colon cancer. Boseman had kept his illness a secret from the world, and his sudden, unexpected death at the age of 43 sent shockwaves throughout the world. If you missed the 20/20 special Chadwick Boseman: A Tribute for a King, you can now catch it on Disney+. The special “celebrates Boseman’s storied life, l...
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CS Score Reviews Ludwig Göransson’s Tenet and Elmer Bernstein’s Wild Wild West

CS Score Reviews Ludwig Göransson’s Tenet and Elmer Bernstein’s Wild Wild West Hey there, film score lovers! This week on CS Score we dive into Ludwig Göransson’s score to Christopher Nolan’s action extravaganza Tenet and take a look at Varèse Sarabande’s deluxe edition for Elmer Bernstein’s Wild Wild West. As a special bonus, we sat down with music editor David Klotz to discuss his Emmy-nominated work on Stranger Things and American Horror Story. Let’s do this. TENET Ludwig Göransson Purc...
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