*MONZA* Color Matching-Counting-Preschool-Simple Strategy Game

My twins are 4 and LOVE LOVE LOVE to play games. Santa brought them something special this Christmas: a race-car themed, color matching, early strategy game called Monza.  Players choose one of the 6 colored wooden car playing pieces to race each other around the track. The cars line up on the starting line, and […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, Math, DICE, Santa, Strategy games, Card Games, Homeschool, Monza, Gameschooling, Monza Players

Fine art animation at the Hirshhorn for a few more days

At the Hirshhorn, six online art videos ask how media shapes memory [fine art animation; in print as Videos find their messages in the media] Kelsey Ables Washington Post Dec. 18, 2020 : Weekend 14-15 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/museums/hirshhorn-museum-drawing-from-memory-art-review/2020/12/15/0476cc50-3e1f-11eb-8db8-395dedaaa036_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Kelsey Ables Washington Post

More on Wonder Woman from Betancourt of The Post

Wonder Woman survives a pandemic and polarizing reactions to remain one of the top superhero franchises David Betancourt Washington Post Dec. 28, 2020 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2020/12/28/wonder-woman-three-hbo-max/ For Pedro Pascal, this is the way to play a villain when you're also the coolest hero in the galaxy David Betancourt Dec. 26, 2020 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-ente...
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Kanojo ga Yatsu ni Dakareta Hi Seeking Greater Sexual Thrills

The two main males and central heroine in Kanojo ga Yatsu ni Dakareta Hi can’t seem to settle for normal sexual situations as they can be seen performing all sorts of perverse activities in public, from fingerings on the train or in an elevator to having sex in a park bathroom, karaoke bar, or at […]
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Superhero Bits: ‘Black Panther’ Costume Design, Melissa McCarthy’s ‘Thor: Love & Thunder’ Audition & More

What does Alex Ross have to say about designing the opening credits artwork for Spider-Man 2? What Marvel role was Shia LaBeouf recently considered for? Want to watch Batman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond on HBO Max? How did a a former executive react to Bradley Cooper‘s voice for Rocket Raccoon? Who are the odds-on favorites to be cast in Fantastic Four? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Comic artist Alex Ross discussed the process of created the artwork for the...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Spider-Man, Bradley Cooper, Sydney, Justice-League, Batman, Deadpool, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Thor, Avengers, Oscar Isaac, Joss Whedon, Melissa Mccarthy, Alex Ross, Taika Waititi

*ECOLOGIES BIZARRE BIOMES* Food Chain Science Card Game

We are getting A LOT of Gameschooling in this holiday season, which has been so much fun. It’s really nice to take a break during the holidays and still learn (of course!) but not worry about lessons or curriculum or deadlines. There’s enough going on during the holidays, who needs normal school?!?  Ecologies has a […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, Science, Card Games, Homeschool, Gameschooling

Kamado Nezuko’s Birthday Exuding an Aura of Cuteness

Kimetsu no Yaiba‘s wildly adored Kamado Nezuko was showered with praise come the arrival of her birthday, causing the usual flood of art and shrine photos to invade social media as her loyal admirers dutifully expressed their support for the non-existing girl. Artwork from both novices and experts was distributed online, as well as shrines […]
Tags: Cake, Anniversaries, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Otaku, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Kimetsu, Yaiba, Kamado Nezuko

Bad Comics, Part 2

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The Best Movies Leaving HBO Max in January 2021

As December (and 2020) ends, it’s time to say goodbye to a few titles on HBO Max. The streaming service is chucking a handful of films, some of them quite great. So jump on down below to see the movies leaving HBO Max in January 2021. Before Sunrise A dreamy, swooning, romantic film that kicked off an entire trilogy, Before Sunrise finds Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy meeting on a train from Budapest, and clearly falling head-over-heels for one another. They drift around Vienna talking and f...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Los Angeles, Vienna, Budapest, Ethan Hawke, Tommy Lee Jones, Brad Pitt, Cia, Will Smith, Warner Bros, Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Anderson, Magnolia, Gene Hackman

‘Creed 3’ Will Be Directed by Star Michael B. Jordan, Confirms Tessa Thompson

In October of this year, word broke that Creed franchise star Michael B. Jordan might end up directing Creed III. Now, Jordan’s Creed co-star Tessa Thompson has confirmed just that, revealing in an interview that Jordan is indeed set to direct the eventual sequel. This would mark Jordan’s directorial debut, and would also follow precedent since Rocky star Sylvester Stallone went on to direct several Rocky sequels. In his book A Life in Movies: Stories From 50 Years in Hollywood, Rocky and Cr...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Creed, Ryan Coogler, Tessa Thompson, MGM, Michael B Jordan, Stallone, Rocky, Clubber Lang, Ivan Drago, Sylvie, Steven Caple Jr, Irwin Winkler

Channing Tatum to Romance Sandra Bullock in ‘The Lost City of D’

Channing Tatum is set to romance a stony Sandra Bullock in Paramount Pictures’ The Lost City of D, a romance adventure film with a premise that sounds eerily like Romancing the Stone. Variety reports that Tatum is in final negotiations to star opposite Sandra Bullock in The Lost City of D, a film which Bullock is producing through her company Fortis Films along with Liza Chasin and her 3dot Productions. The movie was originally set to reunite Bullock with her The Proposal co-star Ryan Reynol...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Casting, Sandra-Bullock, Channing-Tatum, Robert Zemeckis, Ryan Reynolds, Paramount Pictures, Michael Douglas, Douglas, Aaron Nee, Kathleen Turner, Mike, Gordon, Adam, Reynolds

Theme Park Bits: New Epcot Fountain, Snow White Ride Revisions, the Future of Dining, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Epcot’s updated fountain has been revealed. Disneyland is offering a sneak peek to an extensive overhaul of its Snow White dark ride. And more! Just because we’re in the middle of a global pandemic (squarely in the middle of Month 10!) doesn’t mean that the Disney Parks are laying dormant. Over in Orlando, Walt Disney World continues to progress through various construction projects, with Epcot being the center of a lot of the updates. You can see the re...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Morocco, Theme Parks, Snow White, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Epcot, Orlando, Mickey, Spaceship Earth, Disney Springs, Disney Parks Blog, Orlando International Airport, Walt Disney World Resort, Disney Parks

The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to HBO Max in January 2021

A new year, a new list of movies coming to HBO Max, the WarnerMedia streaming service that is finally living up to its potential to be a one-stop shop for all things DC Comics. Because amid all the prestige dramas and stone-cold classics, there has been, until now, a lack of the beloved DC animated shows that aired during the ’90s and early 2000s. But I’m here to tell you that Batman Beyond will finally be streaming — among other titles. Here are the best TV shows and movies coming to HBO Max i...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Bruce Wayne, Dustin Hoffman, David Lynch, Tom Hardy, Naomi Watts, Robert Redford, Miller, George Miller, Charlize Theron, Betty, Fuller, Bryan Fuller, Alan J Pakula, Netflix/Streaming Video

‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ Featurette: Bringing August Wilson’s Play From the Stage to Screen

August Wilson‘s words are revered as poetry, his plays taught in classrooms. So it’s no wonder that director George C. Wolfe and producer Denzel Washington wanted to put special care in bringing Wilson’s stage play, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, to the screen. In a new featurette, Wolfe, Washington, and the rest of the cast of Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom delve into Wilson’s “crackling” dialogue and lyrical writing, and how they set about adapting it for the screen. Check out the video below....
Tags: Viola Davis, Movies, Drama, Washington, Chicago, Netflix, Stage, Davis, Shakespeare, Wilson, Denzel Washington, Video Clips, Chadwick Boseman, Ma, Wolfe, Ma Rainey

The Paycheck Protection Program is back. Here’s what you need to know

The federal government now has more money for small businesses, though it may be harder for real estate professionals to actually claim it this time around.
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This Sunny City Is the Best Place to Retire in America

We always love articles that support our love for Sarasota. Fortunately, Sarasota is often voted the "Best" for several categories - beaches, retirement locations, small town etc. There seems to be two groups of people who have opposing views for articles like this. Those who love this kind of attention and welcome more people to the area and those who hate it because it brings more people to the area. Regardless, of what group belong it, this article is worth a read. I pasted the article " This...
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How to transfer your Cyberpunk 2077 save from Xbox One to Xbox Series X

Thanks to Microsoft's Smart Delivery feature, you're able to move your Cyberpunk 2077 save from Xbox One to Xbox Series X|S. In this guide, we'll show you how.
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New Evangelion “Guidelines” Forbid Fan-Made Erotica

Studio Khara recently posted some guidelines regarding their Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise and what content can be made for it, something that will surely incite criticism, confusion and rage as pornography has been deemed forbidden. Holding onto the rights for the Evangelion franchise, Studio Khara updated its website and provided guidelines regarding fan-made creations, which […]
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‘Pretend It’s A City’ Trailer: Martin Scorsese Presents a Surprise Documentary Featuring Writer Fran Lebowitz

Ten years after Martin Scorsese teamed up with writer and essayist Fran Lebowitz for the HBO series Public Speaking, the filmmaker has unveiled a surprise follow-up documentary for Netflix, titled Pretend It’s a City. Lebowitz, who executive produced the documentary, appears again in her famously sardonic glory alongside Scorsese as they take on (a pre-COVID) New York City. Watch the Pretend It’s a City trailer below. Pretend It’s a City Trailer Fran Lebowitz is a born and bred New York...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Jimmy Fallon, Documentary, New York City, Gotham, Netflix, Bob Dylan, Scorsese, Martin-Scorsese, Times Square, Rolling Stones, David Johansen, John Wilson, New York Dolls

Hatsune Miku Handjob Karaoke MMD Goes Beyond the Use of Her Hand

MyuDoll has paid tribute to the old Japanese TV show known as Tekoki Karaoke as they have produced an erotic MikuMikuDance parody where a lucky male is pleasured by Hatsune Miku as they try to sing as best they can for cash. Miku, however, has expanded on the original concept by introducing other forms of […]
Tags: Music, Parody, Nurses, Anime, Fetish, Karaoke, Hatsune Miku, Miku, H, 3D CG, Exhibitionism, MikuMikuDance, MyuDoll

Official Trailer for 'The Capote Tapes' Doc About 'Answered Prayers'

"'How could your friend do this to you?'" Altitude Films in the UK has released an official UK trailer for the documentary The Capote Tapes, the feature directorial debut of filmmaker Ebs Burnough. This originally premiered at last year's Toronto Film Festival, and also played at the Hamptons and Rio de Janeiro Film Festivals. Using the tapes, animation, and new on-camera interviews with people who knew him, the film explores the impact of Truman Capote's explosive unfinished novel "Answered...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Documentaries, Dick Cavett, Truman Capote, Hamptons, Baldwin, Jay McInerney, Rio de, Plimpton, To Watch

‘Contagion’ Team Steven Soderbergh and Scott Z. Burns Developing “Philosophical Sequel”

When the coronavirus pandemic started to make headlines earlier this year, many people returned to Contagion, Steven Soderbergh‘s excellent, and oddly prophetic 2011 movie about a deadly virus that starts sweeping through America. At times, elements from Scott Z. Burns‘ Contagion script felt like blueprints for our current predicament, so much so that the film found a whole new form of popularity and ended up on the top 10 on the iTunes movie rental chart nine years after it hit theaters. Now, ...
Tags: Movies, Matt Damon, America, Sequels, Steven-Soderbergh, Jude Law, Burns, Scott, Soderbergh, Scott Burns, Scott Z. Burns, Happy Sad Confused, Contagion, Scott Z Burns Contagion

John Ratzenberger is in Pixar’s ‘Soul’…If You Can Find Him

Only one actor has lent his voice to every Pixar Animation feature film since the company broke the animation mold with Toy Story back in 1995: John Ratzenberger. The former Cheers actor, who has given life to Pixar characters like Hamm, P.T. Flea, and The Underminer, continues his streak as the studio’s “good luck charm” by appearing in their newest movie, Soul, which is now streaming on Disney+. But who does he play? Pete Docter, one of Soul‘s directors, confirmed in a recent interview tha...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Movies, Soul, Animation, Pixar, Joe, Riley, Luca, Pete Docter, Hamm, John-Ratzenberger, Ratzenberger, Disney/Pixar, Family Films, Docter

About the Movie Soul, its Beauty and its Blemishes

Note: SPOILERS GALORE so skip this if you haven’t watched. Disney and Pixar’s latest animated film Soul has been living rent-free in my head since I saw it last week. My first reaction was: I loved it. But then I started giving it more thought, even as my good feels kept going. Now, I’m a bit disappointed in what it could have been. First, lemme talk about what I loved about it, and what made the film so good to me when I watched it: It’s beautiful. SOUL is a feast for your eyes. The animation ...
Tags: Facebook, Disney, Soul, Humor, Tina Fey, Jamie Foxx, Pixar, Black, Eddie Murphy, Joe, Tv And Movies, Jamie, Tina, Disney Pixar, Anywho, Lem

Daily Podcast: Wonder Woman 3, Future DC Movies for HBO MAX, Exorcist, Barry Jenkins’ Lion King, What If and She Hulk

On the December 28, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film Editor-in-Chief Peter Sciretta is joined by weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Wonder Woman 3, Future DC Movies for HBO MAX, Exorcist, Barry Jenkins’ Lion King, What If and She Hulk.  In The News : HT: New COVID-19 Relief Bill Designates $15 Billion for Movie Theaters and Live Event Venues Can this save movie theaters? Brad: ‘Wonder Woman 3’ Is Be...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, Warner Bros, Brad, Kevin Feige, Linda Blair, David Gordon Green, Patty Jenkins, Peter Sciretta, Barry Jenkins, Hoai Tran Bui, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume, Warner Bros Plans to Release Bigger DC Films

CS Soapbox: THAT WW84 Cameo and What it Might Mean for WW3

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Soapbox: THAT WW84 Cameo and What it Might Mean for WW3 Wonder Woman 1984 is a strange movie. Not a bad movie, mind you, just a strange one. Of all the directions Patty Jenkins and Co. could have taken Diana, the most badass of badass Amazonians, they decided to throw her in the middle of a wacky wishing stone plot ripped straight from that Hawaiian episode of The Brady Bunch. No matter. The film is destined to make lots of money with over 50% of HBO Max users having a...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Diana, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Batman, Warner Bros, James Gunn, Joss Whedon, Comic Book, Chris Pine, Carter, Gal Gadot, Snyder, Adam, Jenkins

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Novelist Was Forced to Remove Hints at a Finn and Rey Romance

Was a romance between John Boyega‘s Finn and Daisy Ridley‘s Rey initially supposed to happen in the Star Wars sequel trilogy? Alan Dean Foster, who wrote the novelization of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, seems to think so, stating in a recent interview that he was forced to remove hints at a Finn and Rey romance from his book before it was published. Read his quotes below. Foster has had a long writing career, working on novelizations within several tentpole franchises ranging from Alien to S...
Tags: Books, Movies, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Lucasfilm, George Lucas, John Boyega, Finn, Daisy Ridley, Alan Dean Foster, Rey, Foster, Don, Skywalker, Ridley, Star-Wars, Rey Romance

Mike Flanagan Says There Are “No Plans” For More ‘Haunting’ Seasons Right Now – And His ‘Revival’ Adaptation Might Be Dead, Too

If you were hoping that Mike Flanagan and company would take you to a new spooky house for a third Haunting season, I have some bad news. According to the filmmaker, who created both The Haunting of Hill House and the recent The Haunting of Bly Manor for Netflix, there are currently no plans for a third entry. Meanwhile, in other Mike Flanagan news, the director’s film adaptation of Stephen King‘s Revival seems to be dead. The Haunting Season 3 With The Haunting of Hill House, filmmaker Mi...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Ebay, Stephen King, Netflix, Adaptation, King, Revival, Josh, Flanagan, Gerald, Shirley Jackson, Hill House, Mike Flanagan, Intrepid Pictures

Michael Jackson’s Neverland ranch sells for $22M

Pittsburgh Penguins co-owner Ron Burkle has paid $22 million for the estate once known as Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch.
Tags: Listings, Radio, Luxury, Compass, Michael Jackson, Frank Lloyd Wright, Pittsburgh Penguins, Ron Burkle, Neverland, Colony Capital, Neverland Ranch, Conrad Murray, Yucaipa Companies, Suzanne Perkins, Kyle Forsyth, Soho Club

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