Clear Your Saturday, I’ve Got Your Plans Right Here. Two Words: Shrek. Fest.

Courtesy of 3GI Industries It’s actually one word but that doesn’t sound as dramatic Back in 2014 the internet gave birth to something magical: Shrekfest. Although it started out as a joke it didn’t take long for it to become a real live event, because, well, who isn’t passionate about Shrek. So, in that same year, comedy troupe 3GI Industries organized the first official Shrekfest in Milwaukee, WI. In the years since, it’s become an internationally beloved event (remaining completely f...
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Troy-Jeffrey Allen talks to Darick Robertson and Jim Rugg

Got It Covered: Darick Robertson on 'The Boys: Dear Becky' by Troy-Jeffrey Allen Sep 05, 2020https://www.previewsworld.com/Article/245455-Got-It-Covered-Darick-Robertson-on-The-Boys-Dear-Becky OCTOBRIANA: A Comic Talk with JIM RUGG by Troy-Jeffrey Allen  Sep 8, 2020 PREVIEWSworld https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...
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Hot Wheels #3 - Alex Toth art, Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams Hot Wheels v1 #3, 1970 - Jack Wheeler and his crew aid the police in stopping a slew of bank robberies. Alex Toth's streamlined approach is a tad less detailed than previous issue, mostly due to Vince Colletta's spare inking. The first several pages, including the two-page spread, fare better than the rest. Neal Adams does a decent cover, although more realistic approach than the [Author: Unknown]
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News: Final Hours of the Adventure Journal Reprint Kickstarter

Scott R. Kurtz: If you play Dungeons & Dragons then you know how impossible it can be to keep track of your character sheet. They’re always just a hair bigger than the hardcover manuals to keep them in and they always get lost or crumpled.   A couple years ago, I designed a hardcover journal to solve this problem and more. It’s called the Adventure Journal and it holds up to three characters with printed pages for stats, equipment, spells, portraits, backgrounds, notes, maps, and more. Yo...
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Book Talk: "The Adventures of Barry and Joe" with Adam Reid 6:15 EDT today

Book Talk: "The Adventures of Barry and Joe" with Adam Reid Online Event Today at 6:15 PM Public · Hosted by The Hilltop Show Online Event https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TdrPFj60TImx4bJTBePXFQ Meet Adam Reid, creator of the satirical graphic novel "The Adventures of Barry and Joe," which, in Adam's words, is both graphic and novel. Doors open at 6:00 PM EST. Submit your questions for A...
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NPR on Yanow's Contradictions

'The Contradictions' Chronicles A Classic College Experience Etelka Lehoczky September 13, 2020     https://www.npr.org/2020/09/13/912028393/the-contradictions-chronicles-a-classic-college-experience  [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Winsor McCay's son returns home from World War I

 The Library of Congress has introduced a new search feature for their newspaper collection's images - News Navigator. Times Artist and His Soldier-Son Washington Times March 11 1919 Winsor McCay, the famous cartoonist, whose drawings often appear on the editorial page of The Times, welcoming his son, Sergt. Robert Winsor McCay, jr., who returned from France recently with the Twenty-seventh New York Division. Sergeant McCay was awarded the British Military Medal for gallantry in actio...
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Ode to Kathy Bates

A VIDEO FOR KATHY BATES FANS ONLY Ode To Kathy Bates My darling Kathy, my shining star. I’ve watched in awe on screens, near and far. You nabbed the Oscar in Ninety-one, Long before Adam Sandler played your son. A career unmatched, with style to boot. An angel on earth in a pantsuit In Fried Green Tomatoes, you stole my heart Wrapped nude in cellophane - a work of art! You looked at your vagina with a hand mirror Taught us all menopause is nothing to fear. That gorgeous red perm, still s...
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RVs are Like America On Wheels (But With a Bathroom)

Finally, a politician using a metaphor anyone can understand! Americans, hop into the RV! Gorv is ready to get behind the wheel and steer our country in the most important direction—forward. Although just to be clear he can also reverse the RV, that’s not a problem. It’s just that most politicians usually talk about moving forward, and you also drive in a forward direction. But sometimes you also have to make a right or left or go around a bend, so that’s not perfect. Ok so to recap, Gorv i...
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Disgaea Rises From the Dead With Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny

Those passionate about the Disgaea franchise will rejoice over the news that the franchise’s sixth mainline iteration is finally on the way in the form of Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny, with several familiar characters also making a return, though fans are likely hoping this title will be good news considering the failures of Disgaea […]
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The Best Movies Leaving Hulu in October 2020

Every month, a string of new movies and TV shows come to Hulu, and every month, the streaming platform has to let go of a few beloved films to make room for them. So a few more notable titles are leaving Hulu in October, but that means you’ll have plenty of time to check them out before they’re gone for good (or move on to another streaming service). Find out about the best movies leaving Hulu in October 2020 below. Footloose (1984) Nothing beats the 1984 original starring Kevin Bacon, al...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ Ultimate Edition, Songbird Possibly Coming to the MCU & More

Want to see how to draw Ghost Rider? When will Spider-Man: Miles Morales be available for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4? What can fans expect from the third season of the Big Hero 6 animated series? What’s the reported reason Ray Fisher decided to lash out at Warner Bros.? Is Songbird appearing in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Artist Doaly sat down for Marvel to teach all the aspiring artists out there how to draw the flaming Gho...
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The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to Hulu and Disney+ in October 2020

Since Wonder Woman 1984 isn’t coming to theaters in October anymore, you’re gonna want to find some new stuff to watch at home. Thankfully, Disney+ and Hulu have a wave of new movies and TV shows coming to your living room. Not only is Disney+ bringing the debut of the second season of The Mandalorian and the astronaut drama series The Right Stuff, but Hulu has plenty of Halloween horror on the way with new original movies and some blockbusters making their streaming debut too. Get a rundown of...
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‘The Devil Has a Name’ Trailer: The Truth Lies Beneath

Have you heard the news? The Devil Has a Name! Or so the title of this new movie claims. Featuring always-welcomed character actor David Strathairn, this film claims to “comedically pull back the curtain on the culture of greed that poisons Corporate America, from sea to polluted sea.” Kate Bosworth, Edward James Olmos, Martin Sheen, Alfred Molina, and Haley Joel Osment all appear here, with Olmos also directing from a script by Rob McEveety. Watch The Devil Has a Name trailer below. The De...
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‘Utopia’ Red Band Trailer: Things Get Violent in the Latest Look at Gillian Flynn’s Amazon Series

Amazon is ready to take you to Utopia, a new series from Gillian Flynn, adapted from the 2013 British show of the same name. In the series, fans of a comic book discover a conspiracy within the comic is actually real, and now, “a group of young fans come together to embark on a high-stakes twisted adventure to use what they uncover to save themselves, each other, and ultimately humanity.” A new Utopia red band trailer gives us a blood-drenched look at the series below. Utopia Red Band Trail...
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Netflix Will Campaign Delroy Lindo for Best Actor for ‘Da 5 Bloods’

Delroy Lindo gives one of the year’s best performances in Da 5 Bloods, so it’s only fitting that Netflix has decided to push for a Best Actor Oscar nomination. The streaming service could’ve hedged their bets and tried to campaign Lindo for Best Supporting Actor, but will instead save that for the rest of the film’s cast: Jonathan Majors, Clarke Peters, Norm Lewis, Isiah Whitlock, Jr., and the late Chadwick Boseman. I try to stay out of Oscar punditry because I find it rather crass, and I ha...
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Demon’s Souls Remake Slaying Foes on PlayStation 5

Sony and SIE Japan Studio showcased the newest gameplay footage for the PlayStation 5 remake of action RPG Demon’s Souls during the official PlayStation 5 showcase stream, bound to have masochists eager to play through the title once more. The newest gameplay preview of the remade Demon’s Souls shows off crisp new graphics and more […]
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"After 11 years, Bob Dylan is returning to his fabled Theme Time Radio Hour series, which will take over SiriusXM’s Deep Tracks (Ch. 27) with a brand-new show and a one-week limited-run channel..."

"... featuring every episode of the original Theme Time, starting Monday, September 21 at 12pm ET. First introduced in May 2006, Theme Time Radio Hour was a weekly one-hour radio show hosted by Bob Dylan, with each episode dedicated to a different topic, including Money, Presidents, and Spring Cleaning. The show was among the most-listened-to programs on all of satellite radio. All of Dylan’s classic satellite Theme Time shows will air back to back during the week, including a brand new, never-b...
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Ron Howard and Brian Grazer say that their accelerator can help diversify Hollywood

Impact Creative Systems (formerly Imagine Impact) is bringing a startup accelerator-style approach to finding fresh creative talent, and it announced this morning that, with funding from venture capital firm Benchmark, it’s spinning out from Imagine Entertainment — the production company founded by director Ron Howard and producer Brian Grazer. Right after the news broke, the accelerator’s founders — Howard, Grazer and CEO Tyler Mitchell — joined us at TechCrunch’s Disrupt conference to discu...
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‘The Father’ Trailer: Anthony Hopkins Gets His Wires Crossed

The Father earned rave reviews out of the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and from all accounts, it seems as if Anthony Hopkins is going to be in contention for another Academy Award thirty years after he won the trophy for playing Hannibal Lecter in 1991’s The Silence of the Lambs. In this movie, Hopkins plays an elderly man who slowly begins to lose his grip on reality, while fellow Oscar winner Olivia Colman (The Favourite) plays the daughter who’s trying to make sure he’s properly...
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In ‘Antebellum,’ Tongayi Chirisa is Playing More Than a Slave Role [Interview]

When Zimbabwean actor Tongayi Chirisa first read Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz‘s script for Antebellum, he leapt at the chance to star in the ambitious horror parable. It was something new, envelope-pushing, and powerful, even if Chirisa is playing one of the most common roles offered to Black actors: a slave. “I didn’t have any qualms or thoughts on that, because I judge the story by the context of what the script is trying to say,” Chirisa told /Film in a Zoom interview ahead of the VOD re...
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‘Scream 5’ Casting Continues as Film Plans to Start Shooting This Month

Scream 5 is still assembling its cast, and – surprise, surprise – the horror sequel is gearing up to shoot soon. And I mean very soon, as in this month. Sonia Ammar, a French-Arab singer, model, and actor, is the latest addition to the film, which brings back original franchise players Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, and David Arquette alongside new additions Jack Quaid, Dylan Minnette, Mason Gooding, Kyle Gallner, Jasmin Savoy Brown, and Mikey Madison. Things are moving fast for Scream 5. Vari...
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Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ Trailer Contains “No Surprises”, Says Alejandro Jodorowsky

Surrealist filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky‘s unmade movie adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel Dune is one of the all-time great “what ifs” in cinematic history, so I suppose it’s only natural that someone would ask him what he thinks about the new trailer that was released for Denis Villeneueve’s upcoming adaptation. And while Jodorowsky had some nice things to say about his fellow director, it also sounds like he was a little underwhelmed by what he saw in the trailer. Jodorow...
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Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany to Lead Disney+’s She-Hulk

Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany to lead Disney+’s She-Hulk Just a few days after landing Kat Coiro (Marry Me) to direct and executive produce the series and months of casting rumors, Disney+’s She-Hulk has finally found its titular star in Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany as she is in final talks to star in the Marvel Cinematic Universe spin-off, according to Variety. RELATED: Kat Coiro in Talks to Helm & Executive Produce Disney+’s She-Hulk PB = PB || {}; P...
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‘Falling’ Review: Viggo Mortensen’s Directorial Debut is a Total Disaster [TIFF 2020]

“Sorry to bring you into this world just to die.” So begins Falling, Viggo Mortensen’s frustrating and flawed father/son drama that demands rather than earns empathy from its deeply unlikeable central character and his near saintly son. Told over two timelines, Mortensen’s script (and directorial debut) shows Willis as a young father (Sverrir Gudnason) and an elderly, sundowning parent (Lance Henriksen). Whether being an obnoxious, abusive prick decades ago or an aggressively homophobic sh...
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Keller Williams adds ‘equity’ to core belief system amid racial unrest

Amid national discussions on race, Keller Williams agent leaders have also added diversity, equity and inclusion committees to local leadership councils.
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Azur Lane’s New Event PV Overflowing With Sexy Boats

Azur Lane has ushered in its latest event with a stylish PV exhibiting all the new shipgirls hopeless gacha addicts are hoping to acquire, additionally teasing a myriad of marvelous bikinis, the obligatory dose of sex appeal that will keep players coming back week after week. The PV for new event “Setsuna Miru Kochou no […]
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‘The Wolf of Snow Hollow’ Trailer: Robert Forster Hunts a Werewolf in His Final Feature Role

Jim Cummings made quite a splash in 2018 when the writer-filmmaker-star made his feature directorial debut with Thunder Road, a microbudget indie comedy that won the Grand Jury prize at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival. It earned him enough buzz that he was able to score Oscar nominee Robert Forster for his follow-up film, The Wolf of Snow Hollow, in what would be — in a bittersweet turn of events — Forster’s final feature film role. Watch The Wolf of Snow Hollow trailer below. The Wolf of Snow ...
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Filmshop Exhibition Offers Virtual Indie Film Series

Filmshop Exhibition Offers Virtual Indie Film Series Filmshop, a nonprofit collective of independent filmmakers in NY, LA, and New Orleans announced a new initiative called Filmshop Exhibition, an online showcase offering members the opportunity to share their work virtually via curated blocks by notable members of the entertainment industry. The free series kicks off September 10th and runs on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays through October 24th on their website. PB ...
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