First Trailer for the Russo Brothers’ CHERRY, Starring Tom Holland

The Russos' crime drama comes to AppleTV+ in March. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Untitled David O. Russell Project Adds Nine to Ensemble Roster

Untitled David O. Russell project adds nine to ensemble roster As if he didn’t already have a star-studded cast for his upcoming project, Oscar-nominated writer/director David O. Russell (American Hustle) has continued to expand his ensemble roster with the addition of nine new stars, according to Deadline. RELATED: The Little Things Trailer: Denzel Washington Stars in New Crime Thriller PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
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NPR reviews After the Rain

To Adapt 'After The Rain,' Artists Cross All Kinds Of Boundaries Etelka Lehoczky January 10, 2021 https://www.npr.org/2021/01/10/955072316/to-adapt-after-the-rain-artists-cross-all-kinds-of-boundaries  [Author: Mike Rhode]
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O'Connell's continuing Caniff stories at TCJ

Italian Gallery Offers Digital Access To Caniff Exhibition BY Michael O'Connell Jan 14, 2021 http://www.tcj.com/italian-gallery-offers-digital-access-to-caniff-exhibition/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Connell, Michael O Connell, Mike Rhode, TCJ, Caniff

The problems of Wonder Woman's Smithsonian job

Wonder Woman the Museum Worker Is a Less Convincing Disguise Than Clark Kent's Wonder Woman's use of her ancestor's objects as they were intended offers a vision of why museums should exist and continue to keep all these things. by Sanchita Balachandran Hyperallergic January 13 2021  https://hyperallergic.com/613003/wonder-woman-the-museum-worker-is-a-less-convincing-disguise-th...
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Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time Movie Postponed Again

The last release in the Evangelion film series, Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, has once again been postponed because of the dreaded Coronavirus and Japan’s new State of Emergency, possibly leaving fans feeling hopeless over whether or not they’ll ever get a chance to witness it. Originally planned to unleash havoc on January 23rd […]
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First Trailer and Poster for Netflix Original I CARE A LOT, Starring Rosamund Pike

First look at director J Blakeson's comic thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Chloé Zhao’s ‘Nomadland’ to Be Released on Hulu and in IMAX Theaters

Nomadland is one of the best movies of 2020 that barely anyone has seen. But that will soon change, as distributor Searchlight Pictures has set a Nomadland release in both theaters and streaming next month, just ahead of the Oscars. Searchlight Pictures may have waited too long to release Nomadland to theaters, but at least they’re rolling out the red carpet for Chloé Zhao‘s acclaimed road drama. Variety reports that Nomadland is set to debut in select IMAX theaters on January 29, 2021, befo...
Tags: New York, Movies, Drama, America, Frances Mcdormand, Nevada, Toronto Film Festival, Lincoln Center, Fox Searchlight, Hulu, Fern, Release Dates, David Strathairn, Chloe Zhao, Jessica Bruder, Nomadland

Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi AT-X Broadcast Far More Lewd & Nude

Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi‘s AT-X broadcast will be deemed as having done a better job when it comes to meeting fan expectations since the version has fully nippled nudity and the male protagonist has sex with all of the servant girls; minor alterations such as a more clear view of some pantsu also being present. […]
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‘Looney Tunes Cartoons’ Trailer: They’re Back With New Episodes, Folks!

They’re back, folks! Warner Bros. Animation’s critically acclaimed revival of the beloved animated comedy series returns with new episodes this month. HBO Max has released a new Looney Tunes Cartoons trailer unveiling the release date of brand-new episodes. Watch the Looney Tunes Cartoons trailer below. Looney Tunes Cartoons Trailer Looney Tunes Cartoons is back with a batch of 10 all-new episodes, starting January 21, 2021. In these new episodes, “Taz stars in his first full-length Loo...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Rise of the TMNT: The Movie’ Synopsis Revealed, Wolverine Casting Rumors Debunked & More

What is the Rise of the TMNT movie about? Why did Batwoman‘s showrunner choose to avoid recasting Kate Kane? Who’s the latest addition to the Moon Knight cast? Could Swamp Thing come back from the dead for a second season? Could WandaVision usher in the concept of mutants in the MCU? What does Jack Kirby‘s son think of certain domestic terrorists misusing Captain America‘s symbol All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Javicia Leslie sat down for an interview to discuss what’s...
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Watch: Charming 'The Moon's Not That Great' Animated Short Film

"It's just too gray… I'm sitting here and I'm just thinking, when are we going to see Mars?" This lovely, poetic animated short film is worth a watch to bring a smile to your face. The Moon's Not That Great is about an astronaut who embarks on a voyage to the Moon. When she returns, she discovers that everyone on Earth is over the Moon, and only cares about Mars instead. Featuring the voices of Gabby Capili, Jake Sheppard, Claire Epting, Kristin Wetenkamp, Noah Malone, Caleb Fietsam, Sam Lan...
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‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ May Shake Up Marvel’s Visual Style Thanks to Director Sam Raimi

There’s a lot of anticipation for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the big screen. That’s mostly because we’re entering a new era for the interconnected comic book franchises, but also because we haven’t seen a Marvel movie since Spider-Man: Far From Home in July 2019. When it comes to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the hype is particularly high before we’ve even seen a single frame because director Sam Raimi is at the helm, and according to Elizabeth Olsen, who is r...
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‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’, New Joel Coen Movie With Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand, Was Shot in Black-and-White

The Tragedy of Macbeth, Joel Coen‘s first movie without brother Ethan, doesn’t have a release date yet, but here’s hoping we can see it this year. As we wait for some sort of release announcement (and a trailer, please?), we now have some news: the film was shot in black-and-white by cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel. This is news that will no doubt make some cinephiles (like me, for instance) start watering at the mouth. Let us see this movie, damn it! Macbeth has been covered on the big scre...
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‘Falling’ Trailer: Viggo Mortensen’s Directorial Debut is About a Father and Son at Odds

Viggo Mortensen makes his directorial debut with Falling, the story of a gay man dealing with his estranged, conservative father who is suffering from dementia. Mortensen also stars in the pic, which features great character actor Lance Henriksen as the antagonistic father. Falling played at both Sundance and at TIFF last year, where it was met with mixed reviews. Now it’s headed to theaters and digital in February. Watch the trailer below. Falling Trailer Falling focuses on “John (Vigg...
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‘I Care a Lot’ Trailer: Is This The Rosamund Pike Performance We’ve Been Waiting For Since ‘Gone Girl’?

Ever since Rosamund Pike‘s Oscar-nominated turn as “Amazing” Amy Dunne in David Fincher’s Gone Girl, I’ve been hoping she would step back into the fun, pulpy atmosphere of that kind of thriller again. Now, seven years later, it appears that’s finally happening with I Care a Lot, a new film in which she plays a scam artist who preys on elderly people but ends up selecting the wrong target to mess with. And thankfully, it looks like she’s having an absolute blast on screen again. Check out the ne...
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Katherine Waterston & Vanessa Kirby in 'The World To Come' Trailer

"Meeting you has made my day." Bleecker Street has debuted the official US trailer for the indie western lesbian romance The World To Come, the second feature made by Norwegian filmmaker Mona Fastvold. This originally premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year, and will next stop by the 2021 Sundance Film Festival later this month in the Spotlight category. Somewhere along the mid-19th century American East Coast frontier, two neighboring couples battle hardship and isolation, witnessed...
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Station Director Mark Peters exits Pirate FM

Mark Peters is leaving his role of Station Director at Pirate FM in May this year after seven years at the station. He joined Pirate FM in 2014 as Managing Director but moved to the new position of Station Director last year after Bauer took charge. Mark was previously at Star Radio in Cambridge where he was Managing Director and replaced Beverley Warne at Pirate who was at the station for 20 years. Martin Ball, Managing Director for Wave 105 and Regional Commercial Director for Bauer station...
Tags: Top, People, Radio, Cambridge, Cornwall, Mark, Bauer, South of England, UKRD, Mark Peters, Star Radio, Martin Ball, Pirate Fm, Beverley Warne

Noah Baumbach to Adapt Don DeLillo’s ‘White Noise’, Starring Greta Gerwig and Adam Driver

There are few working filmmakers today who can so perfectly capture that certain type of hyperverbal, self-loathing upper-middle class person, and Noah Baumbach stands proudly within that echelon. The Marriage Story director is about to take on an adaptation of a novel full of those kinds of characters, with frequent collaborators Greta Gerwig and Adam Driver joining him to star in the feature. According to a Production Weekly listing (via Jason Osia on Twitter), Baumbach is set to direct a ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Adaptation, Hitler, Greta Gerwig, Don DeLillo, Adam Driver, White Noise, Frances Ha, Gerwig, Babette, Noah Baumbach, Baumbach, DeLillo

‘Flora & Ulysses’ Trailer: A Young Girl Finds a Squirrel Who Happens to Be a Superhero

There are so many superheroes all over movies, TV, video games, and comic books, but there are few as unique as the one at the center of the new Disney+ movie Flora and Ulysses. That’s because Ulysses is a squirrel who just so happens to have superpowes, and he’s about to bring a little adventure and excitement into the life of a young girl obsessed with superheroes. Watch the Flora and Ulysses trailer below to see this squirrel in action. Flora and Ulysses Trailer You gotta love that se...
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Station Director Mark Peters to leave Pirate FM

Mark Peters is leaving his role of Station Director at Pirate FM in May this year after seven years at the station. He joined Pirate FM in 2014 as Managing Director but moved to the new position of Station Director last year after Bauer took charge. Mark was previously at Star Radio in Cambridge where he was Managing Director and replaced Beverley Warne at Pirate who was at the station for 20 years. Martin Ball, Managing Director for Wave 105 and Regional Commercial Director for Bauer station...
Tags: Top, People, Radio, Cambridge, Cornwall, Mark, Bauer, South of England, UKRD, Mark Peters, Star Radio, Martin Ball, Pirate Fm, Beverley Warne

No, Tom Cruise Did Not Bring Scary COVID-19 Robots to the Set of ‘Mission: Impossible 7’

There’s a story making the rounds that sounds too good to be true. Here’s the gist of it: Tom Cruise apparently brought a pair of terrifying robots to the set of Mission: Impossible 7 to guard against COVID-19. Now, I know what you’re saying: “That’s fucking amazing.” But you’re also probably saying, “Hey, that sounds made up!” And I agree! But let’s be honest: if there’s a story about Tommy Cruise bringing some scary robots to his movie set, we’re not not going to cover it. But we can tell you...
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First Trailer for 'Apollo 11: Quarantine' Spin-Off Short Documentary

"To protect us from any harmful life from the Moon." CNN Films + Neon + IMAX have unveiled an official trailer for a short documentary film titled Apollo 11: Quarantine, a spin-off from the masterful Apollo 11 film from 2018. It seem as if director Todd Douglas Miller was "inspired" by the pandemic lockdown and has created another new film based on the same restored and rescanned archival footage he found for the original Apollo 11 film. It has also been re-mastered and will initially debut ...
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NAR: Most behavior at Capitol riot does not violate new ethics policy

According to the trade group, "merely being a participant in something that appears likely to involve criminal activity does not automatically invoke" rule against hate speech.
Tags: Harassment, Radio, Ethics, Slurs, Hate Speech, Code Of Ethics, Capitol, NAR, National Association of Realtors, Select, MLS & Associations, Epithets, Bruce Aydt, Matt Difanis, Harassing Speech

CD Projekt RED Co-Founder Speaks Up About Cyberpunk 2077 Disastrous Launch

The co-founder of CD Projekt RED, Marcin Iwiński, released a video message about Cyberpunk 2077‘s disastrous launch while also explaining the company’s commitment to fixing the game. Iwiński briefly recalls the history of the developer and publisher before reiterating that the company never intended to launch the game in such a bad state. He then […]
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Disneyland Cancels Its Annual Passholder Program Due to the Pandemic

Disneyland’s annual passholder program is no more. According to Ken Potrock, the president of Disneyland, the California theme park has decided to “sunset” the annual passholder program, which should have significant ramifications on how Disney lovers spend their time in the park. (You know, when it eventually opens again.) Potrock sent a letter to Disneyland annual passholders informing them that after nearly forty years, the program is being canceled “due to the continued uncertainty of th...
Tags: Movies, California, Disney, Los Angeles, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Buena Vista Street, Downtown Disney District, Disney/Pixar, Ken Potrock, Potrock

Official Trailer for 'Til Kingdom Come' Doc Film About US Evangelicals

"We've been waiting for that to happen for decades…" Abramorama has released an official trailer for an acclaimed documentary film titled 'Til Kingdom Come, made by journalist / filmmaker Maya Zinshtein (Forever Pure). This already premiered at a number of film festivals last year, and the film is showing in "virtual cinemas" next month. This frighteningly stark, eye-opening film takes us into the world of American Evangelicals and their (indoctrinated) connection to Israel. Pastors encourag...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Kentucky, Israel, America, Documentaries, Jesus, Trump, End Times, To Watch, Abramorama, Maya Zinshtein

The Agency adds to its leadership team with high-profile hires

Jim Ramsay comes aboard from Engel & Völkers as the new executive vice president of franchise sales, while Wendy Walker, formerly of Coldwell Banker, will be the managing director of the Scottsdale office.
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Elizabeth Cotter Aims for Revenge in Brutal Trailer for 'Burn It All'

"You ruined a very lucrative business." Vertical Ent. has released a slick trailer for a gnarly action thriller titled Burn It All, the latest from filmmaker Brady Hall (June and July, Scrapper, 7 Witches). This hasn't premiered at any festivals, as far as we know, before dropping on VOD this winter. The sudden death of her estranged mother shakes Alex from a suicidal spiral and she returns home only to crash against a criminal underworld and a past full of misogyny, abuse & self-loathing. B...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Alex, Brady, To Watch, Elizabeth Cotter

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