How To Be A Jerk To Yourself w/ Amanda Cerny (Lesson 8)

Now, more than ever, it’s important to stay connected to your friends so you can be a jerk to them anywhere, any time. If you want to be a true jerk, you can’t just be a jerk to everyone you love (pfft - that’s too easy!). First, you have to be a jerk to ✨yourself ✨ HOW TO BE A JERK TO YOURSELF 1. BE EXTREMELY CRITICAL OF YOURSELF Look yourself in the mirror and judge the way you look. Start with a completely unrealistic set of expectations and standards fo...
Tags: Humor, Amanda Cerny, Anna Asher, Darren Miller, Darren Miller Tamara Yajia, Andrew Jewell, Carly Reeve, Jessica Leigh Schwartz, Cody Pereira, Eleanor Giblet Executive Producers, Michelle Akeley, Kevin Cardoni, Marla Black, Arlene Muller, Photography Kalea Calloway Camera Operator, Minami Moriyama

2020 Sketches That Kept Us Going

We all need a laugh to end this godforsaken year Well, here we are, the end of December, another year has come and gone. There were highs, there were lows, and lows, and lows, and there were even more lows. I don’t know where you’re from or what exactly your year entailed, but what I do know, and what we can all agree on as absolute fact, is 2020 sucked. Like, it fucking suuuuuuucked, dude. Remember when we all thought 2016 was the worst year? HA! If only, am I right? Fortunately, th...
Tags: Wales, Boston, Gop, Usps, Humor, Amy Klobuchar, Facetime, Oj Simpson, Rudy Giuliani, New England, Trump, United States Postal Service, Klobuchar, IB, Ben Shapiro, Jeff Wright

/Filmcast Ep. 599 – Wonder Woman 1984

This week, David, Devindra, and Jeff are joined by Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm writer and critic, to review Wonder Woman 1984. Tune in to hear Jeff’s passionate diatribe against the latest film directed and co-written by Patty Jenkins. Follow Hoai-Tran Bui on Twitter and subscribe to Hoai-Tran’s podcast. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a title for us to watch. Thanks to Mike C for building the Hashtag Slashtag website: https://hashtagslashtag.com/Thanks to our sponsor this week: P...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, Youtube, Chicago, David, Mike, Jeff, Engadget, Ma Rainey, Patty Jenkins, Slashfilmcast, The Show, David Devindra, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger, Devindra

PR: IDW & The Smithsonian Institution’s ‘Airplanes: A Smithsonian Coloring Book’

IDW Publishing and the Smithsonian Institution’s enlightening new coloring book, Airplanes: A Smithsonian Coloring Boo k , is now available for purchase everywhere books are sold!      Airplanes: A Smithsonian Coloring Book allows readers to soar through the skies with some of the most recognized and revered airplanes from the collection at the National Air and Space Museum. The thrilling artistry of John Pirtel vivifies the very first powered aircrafts of the 1900s, rev...
Tags: Comics, Airplanes, Smithsonian, Coloring Book, Press Release, Smithsonian Institution, IDW, National Air, IDW Publishing, Mike Rhode, John Pirtel, National Air & Space Museum

Alternative Animal Names - Saber-Toothed Jungle Tuba

Alternative Animal Names - Saber-Toothed Jungle Tuba Buy it here:... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Past Expiry]
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The Post reports Wonder Woman made some money

'Wonder Woman 1984' did fine in theaters, despite being available on HBO Max [in print as 'Wonder Woman 1984' earns $16.7 million from theaters, despite being available on HBO Max] The box office results were the highest for any major film released during the pandemic. By Steven Zeitchik Washington Post Dec. 29, 2020 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/12/28/wonder-woman-box-office-numbers/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, Hbo, Washington Post, Steven Zeitchik, Mike Rhode, HBO Max

Mark Zaid's legal defense of Mark Waid ends with case's dismissal

Richard Meyer Has Voluntarily Dismissed Lawsuit against Mark Waid Posted on December 22, 2020 | by Mark Seifert https://bleedingcool.com/comics/richard-meyer-has-voluntarily-dismissed-lawsuit-against-mark-waid/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mark Waid, Mike Rhode, Mark Zaid, Richard Meyer, Mark Seifert

40Hara Illustration Exhibit Teeming With Pantsu & Catgirls

40Hara, the creator of the Iya na Kao Sare nagara Opantsu Misete Moraitai manga series, has opened yet another exhibit bursting at the seams with his distinct artwork, offering attendees a glimpse at some succulent pantsu as well as some art of an adorably sweet catgirl. Those enamored with anime girls or impressive artwork will […]
Tags: Japan, Events, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Akihabara, Moe, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Nekomimi, Kao Sare

Superhero Bits: ‘Superman & Lois’ Teaser Trailer, Zack Snyder’s Teases New ‘Justice League’ Score & More

Want to see the first trailer for The CW’s new Superman & Lois series? Why was Kelly Hu‘s role as Deathstrike in X2: X-Men United so challenging for her? Want to see a DeepFake video putting Mahershala Ali into the Blade movies? Did Joseph Gordon-Levitt talk with Marvel Studios about a new project? Want to hear part of the new Justice League score by Junkie XL? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Wonder Woman 1984 suffered a heavy drop-off at the Chinese box office in its se...
Tags: Movies, Mahershala Ali, Justice-League, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Avengers, X-men, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Cw, United, Marvel Studios, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Lois, Zack Snyder, Michael Jai White

Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi CM Teases the Party

The highly anticipated Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi is once again trying to build up excitement amongst anime watchers as a brief CM has been distributed, teasing a few new stills from the anime as well as a staple line of dialogue from the protagonist. The CM naturally emits a fittingly dark aura: Kaifuku Jutsushi no […]
Tags: Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Party, TNK, Image Gallery, CM, Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi, Kaifuku Jutsushi

‘The Netflix Afterparty’ Trailer: The Self-Promoting Talk Show Speaks with Netflix Movie & TV Stars and Creators

If you’ve been thinking that Netflix needed a show about Netflix shows, then Netflix has good news. The Netflix Afterparty is a new talk show starting next month that will have comedians David Spade, Fortune Feimster and London Hughes talking to the stars and creators of Netflix original shows and movies like Cobra Kai, Emily in Paris, F is for Family, The Queen’s Gambit, Love Is Blind, and more. Get a glimpse at what the show will be like with The Netflix Afterparty trailer below. The Net...
Tags: London, Television, Movies, Netflix, Chelsea, Paris, David-Spade, Chelsea Handler, Spade, Bill Burr, Alex Murray, Brunelle, Cobra Kai, TV Trailer, London Hughes, Fortune Feimster

Meet the Real Estate Tech Entrepreneur: William Sankey from Northspyre

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with William Sankey from Northspyre. Without further ado… Who are you and what do you do? My name is William Sankey and I am the Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Northspyre, a cloud-based intelligence platform that arms real estate development teams and their collaborators with proactive, data-driven insights that predict the effects of planned and unplanned changes on overall project costs and timelines. My backgrou...
Tags: Interviews, Radio, William, CRE, Jones Lang, Entrepreneurs and Tech, Northspyre, William Sankey, Madison Realty Capital Macklowe Properties

Los Angeles Health Dept. Wants Film & TV Production to Stop Amid COVID-19 Surge, ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Shooting Resumes in UK

Thanks to the holidays and a disregard for proper quarantining, COVID-19 cases are still surging across the United States. One of the hardest-hit states during the coronavirus pandemic continues to be California, which officially became the first state to surpass 2 million COVID-19 cases on December 23. That’s why the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is urging film, television, and music productions to consider pausing their work for a few weeks in order to reduce risk and possibl...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, California, Germany, Cruise, United States, United Kingdom, Sequels, Surrey, Tom-Cruise, Action/Adventure, Business and Industry News, Canada France, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Filmla

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Box Office Strong Enough to Help Movie Theater Stocks, But Theaters Aren’t Out of the Woods Yet

Wonder Woman 1984 hit HBO Max on Christmas Day, but it also opened in theaters. This means for the first time in a while we have some box office numbers for a big studio movie, and guess what? Those numbers aren’t too shabby! To be clear, Wonder Woman 1984‘s opening weekend box office haul would be a disappointment in a normal year, but this isn’t a normal year. At the moment, Wonder Woman 1984 is looking at a $17 million domestic opening – good enough to bolster movie theater stocks. But there...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Amc, Sequels, Box Office, Warner Bros, Pixar, Warner Brothers, Forbes, Skywalker, WB, National CineMedia, Box Office Mojo, Comic Book/Superhero, Wonder Woman 1984, HBO Max

Ochikobore Fruit Tart Finale’s Lust Has no Limit

Devotees have been spared no moment’s rest when it comes to humor or half-naked females as Ochikobore Fruit Tart‘s climax episode is rife with a cluster of highly erotic scenes – animal ears, pantsu, maid outfits and sukumizu being only a few of the fetishes and content available in the explosive ending. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Dancing, Anime, Feel, Idol, Yuri, Moe, Endings, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, Ochikobore Fruit Tart

This quick and clever tool creates an instant homepage for your podcast

Podcast homepages weren’t something I gave any thought to until I launched my own standalone show. And honestly, even then I probably didn’t give enough thought to the subject. For that reason, many or most of my shows have Tumblr pages — which is, at best, a bit of a mixed blessing in 2020. The biggest reason many podcasters give little consideration to the subject is the fact that most people are platform-dependent when it comes to listening. People who consume a lot of podcasts generally do s...
Tags: Google, Apps, Podcast, Entertainment, Tech, Podcasting, Brenden Mulligan, Mulligan, Podpage

ReelWorld creates new sound for Virgin Radio Int

Virgin Radio stations in Romania, Switzerland and Oman have all unveiled a new station sound developed and produced by the team at ReelWorld in England. Incorporating original music and bespoke imaging, ReelWorld says the rhythmic package is a fuzion of hip hop and R ‘n’ B sounds to help the station’s contemporary music proposition punch through on air. Mitch Calladine is the Group Production Director for Virgin Radio International: “We were looking for a new sound for the stations and had th...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, Production, Radio, Ireland, Oman, BBC Radio, Virgin Radio, Reelworld, Anthony Gay, JingleMad, Virgin Radio Int, Romania Switzerland, Mitch Calladine, Virgin Radio Romania Switzerland

Former pocket listing site to relaunch as public-facing

The PLS says its new site will comply with NAR's Clear Cooperation Policy and show exclusive listings to the public for the first time.
Tags: Radio, Antitrust, NAR, National Association of Realtors, James Harris, Select, Mauricio Umansky, Fair Housing, David Parnes, PLS, Pocket Listings, Chris Dyson, MLS & Associations, Clear Cooperation Policy, Exclusive Listings, Property Listing Service

Will ‘Wonder Woman 4’ Come After ‘Wonder Woman 3’? Patty Jenkins Hints at Two More Stories

When word broke that Warner Bros. was moving ahead with Patty Jenkins directing Wonder Woman 3, there was much talk about it being the end of a trilogy. But not so fast! Jenkins herself says she has at least two different stories in mind. One is obviously Wonder Woman 3, but what about beyond that? It’s easy to jump to the conclusion that Jenkins has a plan for Wonder Woman 4 as well, but in the past, it’s been reported that Jenkins and Warner Bros. were developing a spin-off film about the Ama...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Diana, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Patty, Jenkins, Geoff Johns, Patty-Jenkins, Toby Emmerich, Comic Book/Superhero, Wonder-Woman, Diana Prince, Wonder Woman 4

‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Season 4 Early Buzz: Critics Are Divided on the Final Season

The fourth and final season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has critics running both hot and cold. Much like how Sabrina Spellman was split into two personas in the Netflix teen horror drama, critics could not be more divided on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 4, which closes out the popular series this Thursday. Is it the best season yet, as a couple critics claim? Or is it a disappointing and “cheap” finale as a couple others say? Find out more with the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Teen, Netflix, Kiernan Shipka, Radio Times, Collider, Greendale, CBR, Sabrina, The Buzz, Sabrina Spellman, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrinawas

Fate/Grand Order’s Sales Spiraling Downward over the Years

Charts detailing the amount of sales made in several top-performing gacha games have revealed that the once almighty Fate/Grand Order has been dropping in sales significantly over the years, sure to be hard to believe amongst its many devout followers. These charts have exposed that Fate/Grand Order has dropped below half the annual income of […]
Tags: Business, Games, Money, Sales, Rankings, Smartphones, Anime, Comparison, Fate/Grand Order, Gacha, Casuals

The Lasso of Truth Is Wonder Woman 1984's Real Star

In Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman 1984, princess Diana of Themyscira whips out a bevy of new, magical tricks to aid in her fight to save the world. She does battle with both Max Lord and Cheetah, two villains meant to embody all wanton greed and consumption that defined the decade. Though both her foes are armed in their…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Hbo, Science, Dc Comics, Streaming, Magic, Diana, Wonder Woman, Superheroes, Warner Bros, DC Entertainment, Gal Gadot, Lasso, Patty Jenkins, Superpowers, Lasso of Truth

Patty Jenkins Fought for Both ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Opening Scenes When Warner Bros. Wanted One Cut

Wonder Woman 1984 opens with two different action sequences that serve two very different purposes. The first is a flashback sequence showing a young Diana (Lilly Aspell) competing in an Olympic-style competitive event on Themyscira, and the second brings us into Washington D.C. in 1984 with a vibrant, cartoonish sort of jewelry heist that adult Diana (Gal Gadot) stops in a shopping mall. However, one of them almost didn’t make the cut because Warner Bros. Pictures wanted director Patty Jenkins...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Washington, Superman, Sequels, Maxwell, Diana, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Gal Gadot, Jenkins, Warner Bros Pictures, Richard Donner, Patty-Jenkins, Comic Book/Superhero

The 12 Best (And 6 Worst) Genre Movies of 2020

Here’s how weird 2020 was for movies: Unless you saw something in January or February (like The Invisible Man, Birds of Prey, or Bloodshot), there’s a good chance you didn’t see a movie in a movie theater for the entire year. A whole year without going to the movies. Frankly, it’s hard to even fathom, even though we…Read more...
Tags: Science, Movies, Streaming, Birds Of Prey, Year In Review, Palm Springs, Relic, Bad Hair, Tenet, Dolittle, The Invisible Man, Antebellum, His House, Artemis Fowl, Bill and Ted Face The Music, Io9 Year In Review

The New ‘Resident Evil’ Movie Has Already Wrapped Filming

There must be some level of irony around a video game movie about a deadly pandemic wrapping up production amid a real-life pandemic. But the context in which the new Resident Evil film has been filming is certainly not intentional, as the Johannes Roberts-helmed reboot is Sony and Constantin Film’s newest expansion of a film franchise that began with Paul W.S. Anderson’s 2002 film. Anderson would direct or co-write the next five films in the series, but he steps away from the franchise complet...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sony, Sony Pictures, Remakes, Anderson, Roberts, Capcom, Paul W S Anderson, Johannes Roberts, Constantin Film, Resident Evil, Claire Redfield, Umbrella Academy, Leon S Kennedy, Raccoon City

Hataraku Saibou Manga’s Final Chapter Will Confront the Coronavirus

Hataraku Saibou, a series about anthropomorphized cells of the human body, intends to close out its manga by unleashing a final chapter discussing the Coronavirus, bound to have many wondering how much of the information will be true and how much will be fearmongering. It was divulged on Twitter that the final chapter for Hataraku […]
Tags: Health, Medical, Anime, Announcements, Anthropomorphisation, Continuations, Hataraku Saibou, Coronavirus, Hataraku Saibou Manga

Master P & Baron Davis in Talks to Buy Reebok From Adidas for $2.4 Billion

Adidas is reportedly seeking to unload Reebok for an asking price of $2.4 billion, and former NBA All-Star Baron Davis and Hip-Hop mogul Master P are looking to team up to purchase the famed sportswear brand. Master P confirmed the news to ESPN reporter Eric Woodyard, saying in a statement: “These companies have been benefiting off us, this could be history for this company going Black-owned.” Master P is the stage name of Percy Robert Miller, a 53-year-old rapper, actor, producer, entrepreneur ...
Tags: Celebs, Sports, Nike, Adidas, Michael Jordan, Davis, Nba, Pop Culture, Jazz, Espn, Cleveland Cavaliers, Charlotte Hornets, Miller, NBA All Star, Baron Davis, NY Knicks

The 25 Best Movie Posters of 2020

The 25 Best Movie Posters of 2020 Let’s stress one particular thing off the bat: some of these movies did not come out this year due to do to COVID-19 but their ad campaigns were already in motion before cinemas closed. This list does not compile the biggest hits or most acclaimed films of the year. This is the artwork we have chosen to be  The 25 Best Movies Poster of 2020  regardless of quality or if the movie was even released (in theaters or otherwise).  Check out 2020’s visceral co...
Tags: Art, Movies, Arkansas, Black Widow, Birds Of Prey, Mulan, Estate, Palm Springs, Alone, Most Popular, Movie Posters, Emma, ComingSoon, Freaky, Movie News, The Hunt

Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of Christmas

Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of Christmas Ahoy, fellow couch potatoes! You guys sure brought the Yuletide spirit this week with 10 of DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20 entries featuring holiday classics, namely Elf (No. 2), Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (No. 3), National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (No. 4), The Polar Express (No. 5), Home Alone (No. 9), A Christmas Story (No. 10), Fatman (No. 11), Love Actually (No. 12), How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (No. 15) and Home Alone 2: Los...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, New York, Movies, Disney, Warner Bros, Yellowstone, Tenet, Seuss, National Lampoon, DEG, Movie News, Streaming News, Home Top, Watched At Home, Tenet Warner Bros, Elf Warner Bros

The Boss Baby: Family Business Delayed by Universal & Dreamworks

The Boss Baby: Family Business Delayed by Universal & Dreamworks Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Animation’s The Boss Baby: Family Business will move from March 26, 2021, to Friday, September 17, 2021, taking the place of the previously announced The Bad Guys. On that date it will compete with 20th Century Studios’ Death on the Nile starring Kenneth Branagh and Sony’s The Man from Toronto starring Kevin Hart. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB....
Tags: Lisa Kudrow, Movies, Nbc, Jimmy Kimmel, Abc, Toronto, Ted, Shark, Sony, Dreamworks, Dreamworks Animation, Kevin Hart, Kenneth Branagh, Universal Pictures, Wolf, Tim

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