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China’s cash-burning video sector: how Kuaishou lost $1B in 6 months

Rumors have been floating for months that ByteDance is going public with TikTok and Douyin separately. Just last night, Bloomberg reported that ByteDance is seeking a pre-IPO round of $2 billion at a staggering valuation of $180 billion. Before any of that materializes, ByteDance Chinese rival Kuaishou has moved ahead to file for an initial public offering in Hong Kong Thursday night, and its prospectus is shedding light on a race where both growth and costs are astronomical. Launched by a fo...
Tags: Google, Asia, Hong Kong, Entertainment, China, Tech, Bloomberg, Tencent, Toutiao, Kuaishou, Bytedance, Short Video, Douyin, Kuaishou Express, ByteDance Kuaishou


Kyoto Animation Handed WIA Diversity Award “They Hired Women!”

Kyoto Animation has been randomly handed a “Diversity Award” from non-profit organization Women in Animation for the apparently revolutionary act of hiring women, a seemingly foreign concept for the deranged feminists in the West who are convinced that a lack of women in any industry is a result of sexism and not merely a lack […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Awards, West, Feminism, Anime, Announcements, Kyoto Animation


The scene that comes to mind

  The scene that comes to mind. [Author: The Film Doctor ]
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Superhero Bits: ‘Venom’ Gets a Hot Toys Figure, ‘Loki’ May Already Have Season 2 Order & More

Wanna get your hands on a Hot Toys figure of Venom from the movie with Tom Hardy? Can you help John Buscema‘s daughter track down his stolen Marvel Comics art? Does Loki already have a second season order? How is Robert Pattinson trying to bring a nuanced performance to The Batman? Will we learn about Ant-Man‘s time spent in the Quantum Realm? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s an unboxing video for the Marvel Made Paragon Collection: Chris Claremont Premier Bundl...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Robert Pattinson, Sony, War Machine, Batman, X-men, Tom Hardy, Aquaman, Ant-man, Wolverine, John Buscema, Loki, Titans, Dianna


‘Snake Eyes’ Origin Movie is Influenced by Japanese Cinema, Says Star Henry Golding

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins, Paramount’s upcoming origin movie that hopes to relaunch the G.I. Joe franchise, evidently is taking inspiration from one of the world’s greatest film directors. Hey, might as well aim high, right? Henry Golding, who plays the title character in the new film, explained in a new interview that audiences may spot some Japanese influences in Snake Eyes – including a specific type of sword-fighting style, as well as nods to the work of cinema legend Akira Kurosawa. ...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Akira Kurosawa, Paramount Pictures, Joe, Robert, Kurosawa, Golding, Action/Adventure, Robert Schwentke, Schwentke, Henry Golding, Akira -RSB- Kurosawa, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins


Dogeza de Tanondemita Busts Out of a Tight Shirt

A bashful librarian girl has been sought by the male protagonist in Dogeza de Tanondemita as the poor girl exhibits a high degree of embarrassment after being asked lewd requests, inevitably leading to the man’s desires being met as the well-endowed female literally busts out of her shirt. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Megane, DMM Pictures, Dogeza de Tanondemita


Kevin Bacon Will Play a Father Who Betrays His Criminal Son in ‘One Way’

Kevin Bacon has joined the cast of One Way, an action-thriller from director Andrew Baird. The story follows a criminal, played by Colson Baker, AKA musician Machine Gun Kelly, on the run with a bag of cash stolen from boss. Baker’s character turns to his father, played by Bacon, for help. But Bacon’s character has no interest in winning any Father of the Year awards, and instead rats his son out, making matters all the more deadly. Deadline has the story on Kevin Bacon joining the One Way c...
Tags: Movies, Casting, California, Los Angeles, Oliver Stone, Kevin-Bacon, Bacon, Jfk, Baker, One Way, Kevin, Freddy, Baird, Machine Gun Kelly, Action/Adventure, Highland Film Group


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Free Guy & Death on the Nile Removed From December Release Schedule

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Free Guy & Death on the Nile Removed From December Release Schedule Walt Disney Studios has removed the Ryan Reynolds-led Free Guy and Kenneth Branagh’s Death on the Nile from 20th Century Studios’ December release schedule. Free Guy was previously set to release on December 11, 2020, while Death on the Nile was scheduled to debut on December 18, 2020. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRef...
Tags: Movies, 20th Century Studios, Disney, Movie News


‘Love Life’ Season 2: ‘The Good Place’ Actor William Jackson Harper to Play New Lead in Anthology Series

Love Life, HBO Max’s romantic anthology series, has found its new lead actor. William Jackson Harper, who broke out playing neurotic, ethics-obsessed professor Chidi Anagonye in NBC’s excellent The Good Place, will take over as the new central focus in Love Life season 2. Anna Kendrick starred in the first season, and if you didn’t get enough of her in those ten episodes, don’t worry: her character is expected to pop back in on occasion during season 2. In addition to its focus on philosophy ...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Romance, Nbc, Drama, Casting, Anna-Kendrick, Paul Feig, Kristen Bell, Harper, Eleanor, Kendrick, Lionsgate Television, Darby


Zillow CEO predicts how tech trends will impact agents

New tech tools in the real estate industry will forever change consumer expectations, Zillow CEO Barton said on a company earnings call.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Zillow, Barton, Select, Rich Barton, Real Estate Agent, iBuyer, Zillow Offers


Zillow investor lawsuit over co-marketing program gets class-action status

Hundreds or thousands of investors could be impacted by litigation over Zillow's agent-lender co-marketing program. Zillow continues to say the three-year-old suit is without merit.
Tags: Technology, Regulations, Radio, Lawsuits, Zillow, Class Action, Securities Fraud, CFPB, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Spencer Rascoff, Select, RESPA, Kathleen Philips, Co-Marketing, Securities Exchange Act, Class Certification


Cool Stuff: New ‘Ghostbusters’ Ecto-1 LEGO Set is Much Bigger (and Rustier) Than Previous Versions

Ghostbusters: Afterlife won’t be arriving in theaters until next summer – following two delays brought about by the coronavirus pandemic – but LEGO couldn’t wait to release a huge playset for the Ghostbusters franchise’s signature vehicle. A new LEGO Ghostbusters Ecto-1 set was revealed today, and it’s the biggest building brick version of the signature vehicle so far. Built on the same scale as the massive LEGO Batmobile from Tim Burton’s Batman movie, this new LEGO Ghostbusters Ecto-1 is insp...
Tags: Toys, Comedy, Movies, Tim Burton, Sci-fi, Lego, Sequels, Sony, Batman, Ghostbusters, Cool Stuff, Cadillac Miller Meteor, ECTO, Brothers Brick, Ghostbusters: Afterlife


Exclusive Interview: Actor Barry Bostwick

— by LYNETTE CARRINGTON — Perhaps no other film in history has had the longevity, and certainly the cult classic popularity that “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” has amassed since its release in 1975. What initially started out as a dud of a film when it was released, evolved into a midnight release spectacular film […]
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Exclusives, LYNETTE CARRINGTON


‘Black Crab’: Noomi Rapace Goes Back to Sweden for Netflix Action-Thriller

Noomi Rapace is going back to Dragon Tattoo country with a new Netflix movie. The actress will star in Black Crab, an action-thriller based on a novel by Swedish writer Jerker Virdborg. The story is set in a “post-apocalyptic world torn apart by climate change and war,” so it will no doubt seem eerily familiar to just about everyone. This marks Rapace’s first return to Sweden since she broke out big with the Dragon Tattoo series and headed to Hollywood. Multiple outlets are reporting that No...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sweden, Casting, Netflix, Action/Adventure, Noomi Rapace, Rapace, Black Crab, Jerker Virdborg, Malin Idevall, Mattias Montero, Hollywood Multiple, Netflix Adam Berg, Indio Netflix


‘What’s Love Got to Do With It?’: Lily James, Emma Thompson, and Shazad Latif to Star in Rom-Com

Hot off her starring role as the second Mrs. de Winter in Netflix’s recent remake of Rebecca, Lily James is lining up a new movie project. James is set to co-star with Emma Thompson (Late Night, Last Christmas) and Shazad Latif (Star Trek: Discovery) in a new romantic comedy from Working Title called What’s Love Got to Do With It? Here’s what we know so far. According to a report from Deadline, Jemima Khan (Impeachment: American Crime Story) is writing and producing the new rom-com, which wi...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, London, Downton Abbey, Movies, Romance, Casting, Netflix, Harry Potter, Emma Thompson, Adnan Syed, South Asia, James, Clinton, Thompson, Lily James


Exclusive Pikwik Pack Clip From Disney Junior’s New Series

Exclusive Pikwik Pack Clip From Disney Junior’s New Series ComingSoon.net has an exclusive clip from the new Disney Junior animated series Pikwik Pack, premiering with back-to-back episodes on Saturday, November 7 at 8:30 a.m. ET/PT on Disney Junior and DisneyNOW. You can check out the clip in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]};...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Oscar Isaac, Hazel, Axel, Suki, Disney Junior, Frank Falcone, DisneyNow, Guru Studio, Ipkwik Pack, Pikwik, Pikwik Post


‘His Dark Materials’ Season 3 is Already in the Works

His Dark Materials has yet to debut its sophomore season, but the team behind the epic fantasy-adventure series is already hard at work on season 3. Executive producer Joel Collins teased that His Dark Materials season 3 is already in the works, and seeing as it adapts the most ambitious and lavish book of Philip Pullman’s trilogy, they’re going to need all the time they can get. HBO and BBC have yet to greenlight the third season of His Dark Materials, but the team behind the fantasy-advent...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Fantasy, Bbc, Adaptation, Philip Pullman, Collins, Pullman, Jack Thorne, Thorne, Lyra, Spyglass, Asriel, Jane Tranter, JOEL COLLINS


‘Interrogation’ Canceled By CBS All Access, Becoming Only the Fourth Scripted Show on the Service to Get the Boot

*Grabs you by the lapels, slams you down into a chair, shines a bright light in your eyes* So, where were you on November 4, 2020? At home, huh? A likely story. Got an alibi for that? We got a tip that someone canceled the CBS All Access series Interrogation on that day. You wouldn’t happen to know anything about that, would you? No? Well, I guess we’ll see about that. I’m going to go get something to eat from the vending machine – you sit in here for a while and think it over. Yes folks, it’...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Cbs, Interrogation, Paramount, Peter Sarsgaard, Cbs All Access, Gallner, Mystery/Suspense, Kodi Smit, Smit McPhee, Sarsgaard, Julie McNamara, Anders Weidemann John Mankiewicz, Kyle Gallner Veronica Mars Smallville


Watch: Superb 'Hammer Down' Western-Trucker Action Short Film

"You don't even know what's inside there, do you?!" Hammer Down is an excellent action-heavy 13-min short film made by Simon Hatt and it's now online. Inspired by his own upbringing with his truck driver father, Simon made an adventure film about a daughter and her truck driving father. Hammer Down tells the "story of a young girl (Abigail Dylan Harrison) traveling with her truck-driving father (This is Us star Chris Sullivan, who yes, was Taserface in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) while h...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Short Film, James Gunn, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Simon, Chris Sullivan, To Watch, Simon Hatt, Abigail Dylan Harrison, SlashFilm Hatt


Stephen King Thinks ‘Under the Dome’ Went Off the Rails, but Loves ‘Mr. Mercedes’

Stephen King isn’t shy when it comes to talking about adaptations of his work. Heck, King has spent the last 40 years complaining about Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. And now, the master of horror has opened up about two recent adaptations – the TV shows Under the Dome and Mr. Mercedes. Both shows ran for three seasons, and in King’s eyes, only one was successful: Mr. Mercedes. I’m a pretty big Stephen King fan, but I did not watch Under the Dome. In fact, I don’t think I know a single perso...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Stephen-King, Adaptation, Stanley Kubrick, Cbs, Dick Cheney, King, Bush, Under The Dome, Dome, Bill Hodges, Mr. Mercedes, Washington Post King


Radio Stations Make Early Flip to All-Christmas Music, Seeking Holiday — and Ratings — Cheer

Christmas is now underway on radio across the country, as stations flip to all-holiday formats a bit earlier than usual. In some smaller markets, such as WWIZ in Youngstown, Pa., the move to wall-to-wall seasonal tunes happened as early as late September. But this week, major stations in key cities such as Los Angeles’ KOST […]
Tags: News, Christmas, Los Angeles, Radio, Mariah Carey, Youngstown, KOST


RE/MAX still bouncing back from Q2 with 0.7% revenue decline

RE/MAX 's Q3 2020 total revenue declined 0.7 percent annually to $71.1 million as the company bounces back from a decline in dues and franchise fees.
Tags: Radio, Agent, Industry News, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Select, Adam Contos, RE/MAX, Earnings Calls, Coronavirus, Re/max Earnings


Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou Spawning Twice the Trouble

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou has fleshed out twin sisters Mion and Shion further as the show’s latest episode has Keiichi meeting with the both of them at various locations, the meddlesome Shion naturally parading around as her sister and instilling no surprise in those familiar with the source material. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Horror, Anime, Oppai, Image Gallery, Adaptations, 07th Expansion, Higurashi, Naku Koro, Waitress, Passione, Shion, Naku Koro ni Gou, Mion, Keiichi


5 key ways indie brokers can be competitive in recruiting agents

In order to compete with big franchise names when recruiting, independent brokers must stand out from the pack — here's how.
Tags: Small Businesses, Values, Radio, Portland, Volunteering, Fargo, Denver, Louisville, Community Outreach, Brokerage, Select, Living Room Realty, Community Involvement, Agent Recruiting, Indie Broker, Indie Brokerages


Redfin reports strong earnings, surging demand for housing

The online brokerage raked in raked in $237 million in revenue during the third quarter of this year, beating analyst expectations.
Tags: Wall Street, Radio, Earnings, Redfin, Glenn Kelman, Industry News, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Select, Pandemic, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Coronavirus Pandemic


Riding hot market, Zillow posts first profitable quarter in 3 years

Zillow beat expectations, posting $657 million in revenue in the third quarter of 2020 and a net income of $40 million.
Tags: Markets & Economy, Select, Technology, Earnings, Ibuyer, Millennial, Rich Barton, Zillow, Zillow Group, Zillow Offers


‘Molly and the Moon’: Kristen Bell and Jonathan Groff Reunite in an Original Musical Film by ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Creators

Love is an open door, and the Molly and the Moon is an open door for Frozen 2 co-stars Kristen Bell and Jonathan Groff to play a couple in a musical once again — but this time, in live-action. An original musical from How I Met Your Mother creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, Molly and the Moon reunites the Frozen and Frozen 2 co-stars in a film inspired by a Thomas’ personal experience of having a baby born with a rare genetic disorder. We’ll finally get a duet between Bell and Groff, and...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Casting, Molly, Moon, Kate, Kristen-Bell, Musical, Bell, Thomas, Elliot, Jacobsen, Groff, Jonathan Groff, Harvey Mason, Nathan Larson


Henry Golding Reveals Samurai Influences for Snake Eyes

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Henry Golding reveals samurai influences for Snake Eyes Audiences may still have a year to wait for the arrival of Paramount and Hasbro’s prequel and potential soft reboot of the G.I. Joe film franchise, Snake Eyes, but star Henry Golding recently go the opportunity to see a cut of the film and has discussed new details including the film’s samurai influences. RELATED: Snake Eyes: Henry Golding Says G.I. Joe Spinoff is a Different Kind of Superhero Film ...
Tags: Japan, Movies, California, US, Hasbro, Vancouver, Paramount, Joe, Golding, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Stuber, ComingSoon, Movie News, Kenta, Brian Goldner, Schwentke


‘The United States Vs. Billie Holiday’ First Look: Andra Day Transforms Into the Blues Icon in Lee Daniels’ Biopic

Billie Holiday is one of the most beloved Blues singers in history, but like many Black icons who were carving out a career in the spotlight in the early 20th century, she had a life that was mired in conflict and hostility. Many had racist institutions and racist communities banding against them, but for Holiday, she had the U.S. government out to get her. Holiday’s glamorous career and life, as well as her conflict with the FBI, is the focus of Lee Daniels’ new biopic, The United States Vs. B...
Tags: Images, Movies, Fbi, United States, Lee Daniels, Daniels, Andra Day, Garrett Hedlund, The United States Vs. Billie Holiday, Federal Department of Narcotics, Jimmy Fletcher, Suzan Lori Parks Andra Day Cars, Trevante Rhodes Da'Vine Joy Randolph



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