Coliving amidst the challenges of COVID-19

There is no other way to say it: Real Estate as an industry did not have it easy in 2020. Big plans had to be put on hold, and business growth shrunk. The sub-segment of coliving within the Real Estate industry was especially susceptible to the damage that the world-wide lockdown did to businesses. At the beginning of this month, my team and I at TheHouseMonk launched the Global Coliving Report 2020. It was the culmination of several months of research within the coliving industry around the wor...
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History of Swear Words: Big Nic Energy [EXCLUSIVE CLIP]

Adam Rose/Netflix Here’s a f*cking sneak peek at our new f*cking show History of Swear Words, premiering January 5th on Netflix! Friends, come with us on a journey through some of the most important words in the English language: Fuck, Shit, Bitch, Dick, Pussy, and Damn. This January, we’ll explore the fascinating history of these grand expletives in our new series, aptly named History of Swear Words, with the help of Oscar-winner and top tier screamer of curse words Nicola...
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Yes, Virginia, Wonder Woman 1984 was filmed in Alexandria

'Wonder Woman 1984' Filmed In Landmark Mall And Alexandria Doesn't Want You To Forget It Mikaela Lefrak Dec 29, 2020 https://dcist.com/story/20/12/29/alexandria-virginia-hosts-wonder-woman-promotions-tours/ 'Wonder Woman 1984' in Virginia • Dec 28, 2020 Virginia Film Office https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Da4zyRGhLFk How 'Wonder Woman 1984'...
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New UK Trailer and Artwork for Dystopian Sci-Fi LX 2048

The sci-fi thriller comes to UK Home Entertainment in January. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘The Investigation’ Trailer: Scandinavian Crime Drama From ‘Mindhunter’ Director Tobias Lindholm Comes to HBO

HBO is building out its international titles, with the acquisition of a new limited series from Danish filmmaker Tobias Lindholm. His name may not ring many bells, but his resume stands on his own: in addition to directing episodes of Netflix’s Mindhunter, he’s been nominated for an Oscar for writing and directing the 2015 drama A War, and collaborated multiple times with Danish filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg, most recently on the Mads Mikkelsen-starring Another Round. So it’s likely he’ll deliver...
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Genshin Impact’s Mona & Xinyan Have an Erotic Christmas

Artists and animators have not let up when it comes to producing pornographic parodies of the maidens of Genshin Impact, with this particularly perverse creation focusing on Mona and Xinyan as one of the girls takes advantage of a new appendage to make their Christmas time together a rather suggestive one. BlackJr’s fascination for futanari […]
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‘Landscape With Invisible Hand’: Tiffany Haddish to Star in Sci-Fi Film with ‘Truman Show’ Similarities

Tiffany Haddish has been incredibly busy since her big breakout role in Girls Trip from 2017. Since becoming an instant star in that film, she’s been in more than a dozen movies and appeared in dozens of episodes of television, but now the bombastic comedian is poised to appear in a genre in which she hasn’t done much work yet: science fiction. Haddish is in talks to star in Landscape with Invisible Hand, a movie adaptation of a sci-fi novel about an alien invasion on Earth with a strange twist...
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*CATAN HISTORIES: RISE OF THE INKAS* Civilization Building Strategy Board Game

We are long-time Catan fans.  Catan was actually the first strategy game I ever remember playing as a college student.  Before that, all I ever played were card games, and I loved the strategy and social nature of Catan!  We played it for years and enjoyed many of the expansions, and I was thrilled to […]
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Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon and More ViacomCBS Channels Finally Coming to Hulu’s Live TV

Finding the right live television streaming service can be tricky. After all, they don’t all have some of the channels that you otherwise might be accustomed to having through a standard cable subscription. For example, Hulu with Live TV has been missing popular channels like Comedy Central, MTV, BET, VH1, Nickelodeon, TV Land, and more because they didn’t have a deal with ViacomCBS. But that changes today, as Hulu is adding those channels and more to their live TV line-up. Today, Hulu announ...
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Box Office Drops 67% in Its Second Weekend

Wonder Woman 1984 might have been flying high in its opening weekend, with the biggest post-pandemic opening yet, but it experienced a steep drop at domestic theaters in its second weekend. But whether that’s down to the unusual day-and-date release on HBO Max or poor word-of-mouth buzz is still uncertain. Deadline reports that the Wonder Woman 1984 box office experienced a massive 67% drop during its second weekend in domestic theaters, more than the average second-weekend drop of roughly 5...
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‘Borat 2’ Star Maria Bakalova Felt It Was Her “Duty” to Go Through With Giuliani Scene, Had a Sweet Reunion With Babysitter Jeanise Jones

Maria Bakalova was the undeniable breakout star of Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, an unknown Bulgarian actress straight out of acting school who was able to hold her own against prankster extraordinaire Sacha Baron Cohen and dupe U.S. political figures like Rudy Giuliani. So it’s no wonder that the most buzzed about scenes from the Borat sequel usually feature Bakalova, including the aforementioned Giuliani interview and a sequence involving Jeanise Jones, a kindly 62-year-old woman who was recrui...
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15 Cookbooks Inspired by Iconic Films & TV Shows For Cinephiles & Foodies Alike

All products and services featured by Variety are independently selected by Variety editors. However, Variety may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. There’s nothing that pairs better than a good movie and a solid meal to match—especially when your hunger […]
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“That ’70s Show” Actress Tanya Roberts’ Rep Says She’s Still Alive After Initially Saying She Died

Actress Tanya Roberts is still alive … despite an initial report saying she’d died. It was previously reported that Roberts died Sunday (Jan. 3) at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles after collapsing at her home while walking her dogs on Christmas Eve and was rushed to the hospital and placed on a ventilator. Roberts is best known for her role as a “Bond Girl” and portraying the character Midge (Donna’s mom) on That ‘70s Show. The actress’s rep, Mike Pingel, initially “confirmed” her death and...
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‘Surviving Death’ Trailer: Netflix Series Explores What Happens After We Die

Not content with exploring what happens when a woman named Emily visits Paris or what happens when a queen has a gambit, Netflix is setting its sights on a topic that is far more existential: what happens after we die? In contrast to my goofy introductory paragraph, Surviving Death, a new six-episode series coming to the streamer this week, is a deadly serious show that looks to engage with one of mankind’s biggest questions through research and first-hand accounts with people who have died and...
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Uma Musume Season 2 Adorably Dashes & Dances

Production quality has seemingly gone up for Uma Musume‘s second season as its debut is replete with horsegirls both familiar and new, also exhibiting sweet loli horsegirls before ending on a special idol performance and lots of comically cute prancing. Omake:
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Watch: Mesmerizing Ice Harvest Stop-Motion 'Freeze Frame' Short

"The most absurd technique since the invention of the moving image." Let's kick off the New Year with a mesmerizing and unique stop-motion short Freeze Frame by animator / filmmaker Soetkin Verstegen based in Brussels. "This chilly 5-minute experimental animation was literally created out of ice sculptures and puppets frozen inside frames of ice!" Freeze Frame is described by Soetkin as "miniature cinema inside an ice cube", with an old school, grainy black & white look and feel. It's also d...
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‘Chris Rock: Total Blackout’ Trailer: Chris Rock Returns to Netflix With a Remix of ‘Tamborine’

Chris Rock is back with a new Netflix comedy special! Well, okay, it’s not exactly new. Instead, Chris Rock: Total Blackout is an extended version of Rock’s 2018 Netflix stand-up special Chris Rock: Tamborine. In the Total Blackout trailer below, Rock himself tells us that the best way to describe this is as “a remixed version of a special.” The remix will feature about 27 extra minutes of material, including “never-before-seen jokes, interviews, and behind the scenes footage.” Chris Rock T...
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'The Office' is now streaming on Peacock with unreleased footage - here's how to watch every episode

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. "The Office" remains one of the most watched sitcoms in America, nearly a decade after its conclusion. NBC As of January 2021, Peacock is the exclusive subscription streaming home of "The Office."You can watch the first two seasons of "The Office" for free, but you'll need to pay $5 per month for Peacock Premium to get every episode.Peacock Premium subscribers also get access to unreleased footage f...
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Paul Greengrass Compares His Unmade ‘Watchmen’ Movie to ‘Joker’

Once upon a time, before Zack Snyder’s movie and the excellent HBO series, we almost got Paul Greengrass‘ Watchmen. Greengrass was actually one of several filmmakers to circle the project, including Terry Gilliam, Darren Aronofsky, and even Tim Burton. Those are some very different filmmakers, and it’s easy to picture the wild ways Gilliam, Aronofksy, or Burton would interpret the material. But what about Greengrass? How would his version of Watchmen play out? According to the director himself,...
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Former Compass agent sues firm over contract ‘bait-and-switch’

The lawsuit, filed in California by agent J. Gregory Maffei, allows a glimpse into the kind of contracts the company offers agents, which have drawn the ire of many in the industry.
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‘Game of Thrones’ actress Emilia Clarke sells LA home at a loss

The 34-year-old English actress purchased the home in 2016 for $4.64 million and recently sold it for $4.4 million.
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ARRL Board meeting agenda one of the least informative agendas I’ve ever seen.

The ARRL 2021 Annual Board Meeting will be held Friday/Saturday January 15-16, 2021. Today, I received the by email. (You can get the agendas, too, by logging into the ARRL website and going to https://www.arrl.org/Users/edit#!/edit-info-email_subscriptions.) I must say, though, that this is the least informative of any agendas that I’ve ever received. Basically, all it says is the order in which the board is going to receive reports. In order, these are: Treasurer’s report CFO report Office...
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‘Star Wars: The High Republic’ Trailer Kicks Off “Interconnected Mega-Story”; Will Take Place Across Three Phases

It will still be many months until the next Star Wars movie or TV show comes along, but tomorrow, a new era of Star Wars storytelling begins – for those who are willing to engage with it. That’s when Lucasfilm launches Star Wars: The High Republic, a cross-platform publishing initiative featuring stories set centuries before the events of the Skywalker Saga, taking place in the pages of books, comics, magazines, and eventually forming the backdrop for at least one Disney+ show. Today, the compa...
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REPORT: Michael Keaton Will Be the DCEU’s Main Batman

BEGIN SLIDESHOW REPORT: Michael Keaton Will Be the DCEU’s Main Batman With production set to finally begin on Warner Bros.’ standalone Flash movie in just a few short months, a new development may see Michael Keaton’s version of the Dark Knight beyond a one-shot appearance in the Andy Muschietti-directed film. According to New York Times writer Brooks Barnes, who recently did a profile of DC Films president Walter Hamada, a quote from the WB exec actually indicates that moving forward K...
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Microsoft Canada Xbox Sale: Save up to 80% off Select Game

Microsoft Canada has a Last Chance Sale available now, where you can save up to 80% off Select Games Xbox Last Chance Sale is valid until January 11, 2021. Click here to view Microsoft Xbox offers.
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The $6.99 Discovery Plus streaming service launched today with shows from HGTV and Food Network, joining an already crowded streaming market

Chip and Joanna Gaines. Nathan Congleton/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal/Getty Images Discovery Plus launched today as the selection of streaming services continues to grow. Starting at $4.99, the Discovery Plus subscription includes shows from brands like Food Network, HGTV, TLC, BBC, and Discovery Channel, which airs the popular Shark Week program. It will also include a "Fixer Upper" reboot featuring home renovation duo Chip and Joanna Gaines starting on January 29, as well as additional s...
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