Johnno and Michael Try Running for President

Have either of these guys ever held office? Nope, but neither has the current president... so I guess they’re qualified for the job! Being president is a HUGE job for one person - and that’s why Johnno and Michael are running together to be your next president! Is it legal for them to run together? lol, nope. Did anyone ask (or want) them to run for office? Haha, absolutely not. Is that going to stop them from pursuing the highest office? OF COURSE NOT. CREDITS John...
Tags: Humor, Michael, Maddy, Winton, Johnno, Johnno WilsonMichael StrassnerFunny Or Die, Johnno Wilson, Johnno WilsonMichael StrassnerFunny, Michael Strassner, Karen Maryurama @kkmaruyama Maddy Coglan, Brett Maline, Kirstin Leigh

Enen no Shouboutai’s Tamaki Has Her Clothes Scorched Off in Nude Filter

S10’s mastery of the art of nude filter creating has now fully exposed the body of lewd accident-prone Tamaki of Enen no Shouboutai, as the scene in the first season where the girl gets her clothing scorched has been modified so that her nude body can be seen. While a rather short and basic modification, […]
Tags: Parody, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Comparison, Oppai, H, Tamaki, Nude Filter, Enen no Shouboutai

It’s Official: A Moustache is Better Than a Beard

A moustache for Movember can help save a life! Movember is changing the face of men’s health one moustache at a time. And no, we’re not talking about just any type of facial hair. Anyone can grow a beard, but a moustache has meaning—it’s a powerful upper lip accessory. It commands attention, demands a double-take, and compels lifesaving conversations. And that glorious Mo could lead to a conversation about the fact that men, on average, die earlier than women from largely preventable reason...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Movember

First Trailer and Poster for Italian True Life Drama ROSE ISLAND

Director Sydney Sibilia's drama comes to Netflix in December. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Netflix, The Movie Waffler, Sydney Sibilia

‘I’m a Killer Maid’ TV Series, Based on a Popular Chinese Webcomic, Being Developed by Legendary

Hey, are you a killer maid? If so, you might be interested in I’m a Killer Maid, a new TV series being developed by Legendary from a series of popular Chinese webcomics. It’s being hailed as a “rare example of Chinese IP being developed for an audience outside China,” and is being described as “Mary Poppins turned John Wick…with shades of Freaky Friday and Killing Eve.” Which is certainly something! Variety has the scoop on the I’m a Killer Maid TV series, based on the webcomic from Tencent ...
Tags: Television, Movies, China, Adaptation, Tencent, Legendary Pictures, Variety, Mary Poppins, John Wick, Tencent Pictures, Qiong, Tencent Group, I'm a Killer Maid, Tencent Comics Per, Hao Pingqiong, Xiao Baicai

‘Crazy, Not Insane’ Trailer: A Look Into the Minds Of Serial Killers

The ever-prolific Alex Gibney has yet another documentary heading our way: Crazy, Not Insane. This HBO doc profiles psychiatrist Dr. Dorothy Otnow Lewis, who has devoted her career to studying serial killers and what makes them act the way they do. There’s a wealth of documentaries, and docuseries, devoted to serial killers, but so many of them tend to only focus on the crimes themselves rather than the root cause. Sure, it’s easy to shrug-off the actions of someone like Ted Bundy by saying he ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Documentary, Movie Trailers, Laura Dern, Alex Gibney, Lewis, McNamara, Gibney, Ted Bundy, Michelle McNamara, Dorothy Otnow Lewis, Crazy Not Insane

Superhero Bits: See J. Jonah Jameson in ‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’, Other ‘Moon Knight’ Contenders & More

Want a first look at J. Jonah Jameson in the upcoming Spider-Man: Miles Morales game? What is the proper pluralization of Cyclops if you meet multiple versions in the multiverse? Want to see The Batman shooting in Chicago earlier this week? Who else was in the running to lead the Moon Knight series? Who is playing Eclipso and Shade on Stargirl next season? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s a new video from Spider-Man: Miles Morales showing us the game version of J...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Spider-Man, Chicago, Batman, Thor, Marvel Comics, X-men, Doctor Strange, Shazam, Joker, Alex Ross, Miles Morales, Comic Book/Superhero, Justice-League, Superhero Bits

Superhero Bits: See J. Jonah James in ‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’, Other ‘Moon Knight’ Contenders & More

Want a first look at J. Jonah Jameson in the upcoming Spider-Man: Miles Morales game? What is the proper pluralization of Cyclops if you meet multiple versions in the multiverse? Want to see The Batman shooting in Chicago earlier this week? Who else was in the running to lead the Moon Knight series? Who is playing Eclipso and Shade on Stargirl next season? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s a new video from Spider-Man: Miles Morales showing us the game version of J...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Spider-Man, Chicago, Batman, Thor, Marvel Comics, X-men, Doctor Strange, Shazam, Joker, Alex Ross, Miles Morales, Comic Book/Superhero, Justice-League, Superhero Bits

A Question of Holmes

Turns out that the trilogy that began with A Study in Charlotte now has four books. I read A Question of Holmes, the final, in the hopes that it would resolve some of the many tangles built up so far. (The cast became too large in the second, The Last of August. I think I read the third, The Case for Jamie, but I don’t recall much about it and definitely didn’t like it.) I was distinctly disappointed. The characters [...]
Tags: Comics, Mysteries, Charlotte, Jamie, Holmes

Violet Evergarden Movie Accrues ¥1.5 Billion

The Violet Evergarden movie has managed to achieve about ¥1.5 billion as of October 25th, a success that will surely help Kyoto Animation recuperate money-wise from the devastating arson incident from over a year ago. The film debuted in Japanese theaters on September 18th and served as a sequel to the anime as it followed […]
Tags: Movies, Sales, Anime, Adaptations, Kyoto Animation, Violet Evergarden

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The Curse of the Crying Woman! (1963)

32 Days of Halloween XIIIMovie Night #28 Tonight we have the 1963 Mexican horror flick, The Curse of the Crying Woman. It deals with La Llorana ghost story/legend. The Wikipedia (which is always right) page on the legend does a good job of giving a brief summary of the various versions of the story, plus showing its place in the…um, I guess worldwide weeping ghostly woman mythos? And it also touches on the many film versions there have been, including the most recent one as part of t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Mexico, Wikipedia, 32 Days of Halloween, La Llorana

Newer Streaming Services Have Older Content

Which is a good thing, if you ask me. Because I like older movies. And to me, a “classic” is 1940s, not 1980s, as I’ve seen it used recently. Courtesy of JustWatch.com comes this infographic. You’ll note that the studio streaming services — Disney+, Peacock, and HBO Max — are the newer kids on the block but have a longer tail and thus an older average content age. But then, the companies behind them have been around a lot longer [...]
Tags: Comics, TV News, HBO Max, Disney Peacock

NijiGaku Anime Visits My (Not So) Familiar Digs

Been somewhat enjoying the new Love Live anime this season. My take is not far from this take. Let’s discuss the real-life locale aspect. Odaiba is this funky east-Tokyo zone with big shopping malls and other leisure complexes. This planned community is not that … community-y and most people go there to enjoy the sea breeze and the wide open park spaces, among the eats and shopping nearby. Zepp Tokyo and Zepp Diver City are the bookmarked ends of this zone for me, although I did walk around p...
Tags: Tokyo, Anime, TIF, Odaiba, Love Live, Venus Fort, Zepp Tokyo, Zepp Diver City, Diver City, Noitamina Store

MGM Delays Releases of Respect & Tomb Raider Sequel

MGM delays releases of Respect & Tomb Raider sequel With the global pandemic still keeping theaters shut and preventing productions from getting underway, MGM has elected to delay the release dates of the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect and the Alicia Vikander-starring Tomb Raider sequel, according to The Wrap. RELATED: Alicia Vikander Hopes to Begin Production on Tomb Raider Sequel in 2021 PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB....
Tags: Games, England, Movies, Video Games, Aretha Franklin, Walton Goggins, Warner Bros, Ryan Gosling, Emmy, MGM, Dominic West, Tomb raider, Forest Whitaker, East London, Harlem, Alicia Vikander

Tim Curry is Doing the Time Warp Again in a ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Livestream Fundraiser

What do you do if you have a political fundraiser set for Halloween night? Why, hire Tim Curry to host a livestream of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, of course. The Wisconsin Democrats managed to score a sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania for a Rocky Horror Show Livestream, a musical event set to feature appearances from original cast members of the 1975 cult classic and many more special guest stars. Curry will be hosting a Rocky Horror Picture Show livestream fundraiser on S...
Tags: Movies, Tim Curry, Events, Fox, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Laverne Cox, Curry, Fundraiser, Columbia, Political, West Hollywood, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Barry Bostwick, Frank N Furter, Transylvania

‘Platonic’ AppleTV+ Series Will Reunite ‘Neighbors’ Stars Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne

Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne are heading back to television. The former Neighbors and Neighbors 2 co-stars are joining forces again for Platonic, a new AppleTV+ comedy series which hails from Neighbors director Nicholas Stoller. Get details about the new show below. Variety reports that Rogen and Byrne are set to star in Platonic, a half-hour series that’s received a ten-episode order at AppleTV+. Here’s how the show is being described: Platonic explores the inner workings of platonic friendship...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, America, Netflix, Rose-Byrne, Seth-Rogen, Judd Apatow, Gloria Steinem, Nicholas-Stoller, Rogen, Byrne, Platonic, Stoller

Oujo & Onna Kishi W Dogehin Roshutsu Destroyed Both Mentally & Physically

Oujo & Onna Kishi W Dogehin Roshutsu has continued down its path of humiliation and depravity as the princess and her faithful female knight are once again used by their enemies as they see fit, the two prisoners having their minds and bodies distorted beyond human comprehension. Omake:
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Ero-anime, Oujo & Onna Kishi W Dogehin Roshutsu, Onna Kishi W Dogehin Roshutsu, Kishi W Dogehin Roshutsu

REALM founder Julie Faupel on the luxury of peace of mind

The industry leader talks about launching a platform during COVID, what luxury consumers want and how agents are delivering.
Tags: Technology, Interviews, Radio, Realm, Luxury Real Estate, Select, Agent Tips, Julie Faupel, Luxury Buyers, Luxury Sellers, Inman Interview, Coronavirus, Luxury Month, Theme-month-202010

Comic Relief stops sending celebrities to African countries

Move follows criticism that its promotional films reinforced ‘white saviour’ stereotypes Comic Relief will stop sending celebrities such as Ed Sheeran or Stacy Dooley to make promotional films in African countries, after deciding the approach reinforces outdated stereotypes about “white saviours”.The anti-poverty charity, best known for its Red Nose Day fundraising events, has also said it will no longer portray the continent using images of starving people or critically ill children. Instead it...
Tags: Television, Media, Africa, Bbc, Radio, Ed Sheeran, Comic Relief, Stacy Dooley

October 27 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW October 27 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s October 27 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCook...
Tags: South Korea, TV, London, Movies, Horror, Berlin, Edgar Allan Poe, Digital, America, Park, Britain, TV News, Roy, Kim, Jack, Blu-ray

John David Washington is ‘Born to Be Murdered’ in Thriller Acquired by Netflix

John David Washington is having a killer year. After becoming the breakout star of Spike Lee’s BlaKkKlansman in 2018, Washington nabbed a role in the Christopher Nolan tentpole Tenet, which hit theaters (to somewhat divisive results both critically and commercially) this year. And now Washington is continuing that killing streak with a thriller produced by Luca Guadagnino, Born to Be Murdered, which has just been picked up by Netflix. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has acquired...
Tags: Movies, Greece, Washington, Netflix, Thriller, Athens, David O Russell, Spike Lee, Nolan, Alfred Hitchcock, Margot Robbie, Zendaya, Epirus, Tenet, Vikander, Hitchcock

‘Shotgun Wedding’: Jennifer Lopez and Armie Hammer Will Attempt to Get Hitched in New Action-Comedy

Very attractive people Jennifer Lopez and Armie Hammer are set to star in Shotgun Wedding, an action-comedy about a destination wedding party that gets taken hostage. Jason Moore, director of the original Pitch Perfect, will direct a screenplay from Mark Hammer and Liz Meriwether. And oh yeah, gin salesman and occasional actor Ryan Reynolds is one of the executive producers. Lionsgate just announced Shotgun Wedding, an action-comedy that will bring together Jennifer Lopez and Armie Hammer, a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Lionsgate, Casting, Jennifer-Lopez, Ryan Reynolds, Armie-Hammer, Jason Moore, Tom, Jennifer, Darcy, Tex Avery, Pitch Perfect, Lionsgate Films, Action/Adventure, Liz Meriwether

Lily C.A.T.

Released back in 1987, this is another anime film I dug up while searching for anime releases that were horror-themed. It’s pretty much a take on Alien, and so a crew on a long-distance cargo ship starts having to deal with something killing the crew. Nothing groundbreaking, but it was entertaining, and decently animated. I only wish I could have watched the original Japanese edition — I could only find the American dub, which was apparently heavily edited (by Carl Macek of Robotech fame n...
Tags: Travel, Film, Anime, Lily, Debaser, Movie Marathon, October 2020, Lily Cat, Carl Macek

Former ‘Daily Show’ Host Jon Stewart Returns to TV for a Current Affairs Series for AppleTV+

After a five year break, former Daily Show host Jon Stewart is coming back to TV. Stewart has reportedly signed an “expansive, multi-year deal” with Apple, and is set to serve as the host of a new current affairs series on AppleTV+ which will run for multiple seasons. Here’s what we know so far. According to a press release, Stewart has signed a first-look deal with Apple and will anchor a new, original current affairs series for the streaming service. The hour-long show will tackle a single ...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Television, Movies, Casting, John Oliver, Daily Show, Jon Stewart, Rosewater, Eden, Bush, Stewart, Richard Plepler, James Dixon, Appletv, John Oliver Stewart

'Love, Weddings & Other Disasters' with Diane Keaton Official Trailer

"If you're Cinderella, come meet your Prince Charming…" Saban Films has unveiled the official trailer for a lovable romantic comedy titled Love, Weddings & Other Disasters, the latest ensemble movie from actor / director Dennis Dugan (Happy Gilmore, Beverly Hills Ninja, Big Daddy, Saving Silverman) since he last made Grown Ups 2 in 2013. With a couple's impending wedding as the backdrop, Love, Weddings & Other Disasters weaves multiple storylines as it follows the search for love by a colorf...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Diane Keaton, Silverman, Dennis Dugan, Indies, To Watch, Prince Charming Saban Films, Gilmore Beverly Hills

Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack

Since I’m a big fan of Junji Ito’s work, I’m really surprised that I had missed the release of this (back in 2012) — I just stumbled upon it while searching for horror-themed anime to watch. If you’re a fan of Ito, then you know what to expect: deliciously grotesque happenings of the weirdest kind — in this case, fish (and other creatures of the sea, including sharks) start roaming the streets with insect-like appendages. And then it gets even weirder. I quite enjoyed this, and would now l...
Tags: Travel, Film, Tokyo, Anime, ITO, Debaser, Movie Marathon, Junji Ito, October 2020, Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack

John David Washington & Alicia Vikander Thriller Lands at Netflix

John David Washington & Alicia Vikander thriller lands at Netflix Nearly a year and a half after landing the Golden Globe nominees and Oscar winner to star in the film, Netflix has acquired the rights to the Luca Guadagnino-produced thriller Born to Be Murdered starring John David Washington (Tenet) and Alicia Vikander (Tomb Raider), according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Untitled David O. Russell Project Adds John David Washington PB = PB || {}; P...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Washington, Netflix, Athens, David O Russell, Streaming, Gloria Steinem, Alicia Vikander, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Golden Globe, Vikander, Riley Keough, Lara Croft, Luca Guadagnino, ComingSoon

New ‘Children of the Corn’ Reboot is Already in Theaters, Apparently (Two Theaters, to Be Exact)

The latest Children of the Corn reboot – one of the few films that managed to complete production during the coronavirus pandemic – is apparently already in theaters. Two theaters, to be exact – in Sarasota, Florida. The low-budget film is the latest in a series of endless adaptations of Stephen King‘s short story about a group of creepy children running amok in corn country. Back in May, we got word that a Children of the Corn reboot was in the works. Not only that, but it was one of the fe...
Tags: Florida, Movies, Horror, Stephen-King, Sydney, Adaptation, Nebraska, Remakes, Sarasota Florida, Kurt-Wimmer, Children Of The Corn, CMX CinéBistro, Burns Court Cinema, Sarasota Flordia

Ava DuVernay’s Colin Kaepernick Limited Series Finds Lead Star

Ava DuVernay’s Colin Kaepernick limited series finds lead star After initially teasing his excitement over the casting of a younger star to bring his story to life on screen in the Ava DuVernay-produced limited series at Netflix, Colin Kaepernick took to Twitter to reveal that Jaden Michael (Vampire vs. the Bronx) will lead the series entitled Colin in Black and White. The former football star’s post can be viewed below! RELATED: Colin Kaepernick Inks First-Look Deal with Disney ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Disney, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Netflix, TV News, Bronx, Ava Duvernay, Black, Ava, Kaepernick, DuVernay, ComingSoon, Turlock California, TV Premiere

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