This Cat Is Doing His Best, Ok

In some ways, I think we’re all a cat with water running over its head licking the air Listen. The pandemic has been hard on everyone, and we’ve all been coping in different ways. Probably somewhere around 30% of Americans have become addicted to baking sourdough bread, I’ve become way too emotionally invested in the lives of the birds that come to my bird feeder and a lot more lenient about the definition of “clean” laundry, and the other day I saw a guy drop his keys twice in a row...
Tags: Humor, Sloane Hughes

Giant Planes Compared

Five largest airplanes compared by length, height, and wingspan. 'cartoon' watermark will not... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Aircraft, Humor, Aviation, Airbus, Jet, Boeing, Unknown, Pratt and Whitney, Antonov, Stratolaunch, Turbojet, Spruce Goose, Airbus A, Aviation Lovers, Giant Aircraft, Heavy Machine

Trudeau's Grope Force One! Updated!

"Inspired by a news report and various memes referring to Canadian prime minister, Justin... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Humor, Unknown, Trudeau, Justin, Grope Force One Updated

Mystic #60 - Al Williamson art

Mystic #60 Mystic v1 #60, 1957 - Four thieves make their escape on a plane to Haiti, only to encounter a strange old man with an unusual treasure map. The initial artwork by Al Williamson seems ponderous and unexciting, atypical of the artist. However, his pencils improve with each subsequent page, aided by the deft hand of inker Ralph Mayo. Their collaborations, such as this case, often [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Haiti, Unknown, Al Williamson, Ralph Mayo

*BLUE LAGOON* Island Settlement Game

If you live in a cold-winter place, Blue Lagoon is the perfect game to bring back memories of sand and sunshine. It’s an area control/set collection game where players try to collect resources and spread their settlements and villages as far and wide as possible.  Game components include settler discs and village huts in four […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, Science, History, Board Games, Geography, Strategy games, Blue Lagoon, Gameschooling

Arrested Security Guard Hoarded Over 500 Schoolgirl Gym Uniforms

A security guard has been caught hoarding hundreds of gym uniforms meant for high school girls, the criminal admitting he was unable to control his sexual urges and likely failing to impress the thieves who managed heists resulting in hauls of thousands of pantsu. Aichi police apprehended the security guard after he filched gym uniforms […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Police, Theft, Anime, Fetish, Bloomers, Aichi

The WRONG TURN Reboot Debuts Two New Clips and UK Artwork

A pair of clips and a poster for the upcoming cannibal reboot. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: UK, Movies, The Movie Waffler, Reboot Debuts Two New Clips

‘Father of the Bride’ Remake Will Be Directed By Gaz Alazraki

The Father of the Bride remake has found its director. Gaz Alazraki, who helmed Club de Cuervos, is set to direct the pic for Warner Bros., with this latest incarnation focusing on a Cuban American family. The original Father of the Bride opened in 1950 with Spencer Tracy in the lead, and was followed by a sequel in 1951, Father’s Little Dividend. In 1991, the film was remade with Steve Martin. That film also got a sequel, 1995’s Father of the Bride Part II. Late last year, Netflix released a “...
Tags: Comedy, Remakes, Warner Brothers, Father of the Bride, Gaz Alazraki

Atelier Ryza 2 Covers up Atelier Sophie DLC Costume’s Pantsu

It seems Atelier Ryza 2 hasn’t completely escaped censorship as many have been noticing that the Atelier Sophie DLC costume has its pantsu covered up, even though the costume has exposed pantsu in Atelier Sophie. Those online have been sharing screenshots of the censored pantsu: How the underside of the outfit looks in Atelier Sophie: […]
Tags: Games, Censorship, Anime, Comparison, Mods, Dlc, Tecmo Koei, Pantsu, Gust, Ryza, Atelier Ryza, Atelier Sophie DLC

Time To Start Over

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‘Resident Evil’ Reboot Movie Will Arrive in September

The Resident Evil reboot movie is now set for a September 2021 release date. This latest big-screen film based on the popular video game series sounds like it’s going to be much more faithful to its source material than the film franchise that started with 2002’s Resident Evil, directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. This new version comes from director Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down) and stars Crawl actress Kaya Scodelario. Sony is attempting to revive the Resident Evil film franchise with this n...
Tags: Movies, Horror, France, Canada, Sony, Video Game, Anderson, Roberts, Sony Pictures Releasing International, Paul W S Anderson, Release Dates, Johannes Roberts, Martin Moszkowicz, Victor Hadida, Neal McDonough, Resident Evil

Marvel Artist Joe Bennett Responds After Immortal Hulk Anti-Semitism Accusations

In Marvel’s Immortal Hulk #43—out this week from writer Al Ewing and artist Joe Bennett—there is a scene in which Bruce Banner, as a very human-looking version of his Joe Fixit Hulk persona, attempts to make some quick cash and throw people off his tail by pulling off a scam. Small as the scene is, it quickly drew…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Hulk, Bruce Banner, Joe Bennett, Fixit, Gerry Duggan, X Men, Fictional Characters, Ardian Syaf, Al Ewing, Hulk In Other Media

Michelle Williams To Reunite With Todd Haynes for Peggy Lee Biopic

Michelle Williams to reunite with Todd Haynes for Peggy Lee biopic The long-gestating biopic of beloved jazz singer Peggy Lee is finally gaining some ground as Golden Globe winner Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon) has signed on to star in the central role and reunite with director Todd Haynes (Dark Waters), according to Deadline. RELATED: Michelle Williams Confirms Return for Venom Sequel if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStan...
Tags: Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Fox, Bob Dylan, Williams, Seattle, MGM, Todd Haynes, Lee, Haynes, Ephron, Peggy Lee, Christine Vachon, Michelle Williams, Billie Eilish, Witherspoon

Daily Podcast: WandaVision Interviews with Showrunner Jac Schaeffer and Actor Randall Park

On the February 4, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson presents an interview with WandaVision head writer Jac Schaeffer and a separate conversation with WandaVision actor Randall Park . Opening Banter :   In Our Feature Presentation: ‘WandaVision’ Showrunner on Red Herrings, How the TV Broadcasts Work For Darcy and Jimmy, Episode 4’s Hospital Scene, and More [Interview] ‘WandaVision’ Actor Randall Park on How Jimmy Woo Represents the Audience, H...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Darcy, Ben Pearson, Randall Park, Red Herrings, Jac Schaeffer, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume, WandaVision Interviews, Jimmy Episode

‘Fever’: Michelle Williams to Play Peggy Lee in Biopic Directed by Todd Haynes

A Peggy Lee biopic has been in the works for years, with Reese Witherspoon once being attached to play the beloved singer/actress. But the project was put on hold after its screenwriter, Nora Ephron, died in 2012, and it’s been idling ever since. Now the film has new life, because four-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams has come on board to star for director Todd Haynes (Carol), and MGM is in talks to distribute the movie, which is called Fever after Peggy Lee’s famous cover of the Little Wil...
Tags: Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Casting, Fever, Williams, Oscar, Marilyn Monroe, Nora Ephron, MGM, Todd Haynes, Lee, Peggy Lee, Christine Vachon, Michelle-Williams, Billie Eilish, Witherspoon

‘Behind Her Eyes’ Trailer: Netflix’s New Thriller Teases a Twisted Love Triangle

At this point, movies that position themselves as the next Gone Girl (see: The Girl on the Train, the upcoming Woman in the Window) are becoming a little old-hat. So why not a Netflix miniseries that does that instead! Behind Her Eyes is more trippy psycho-sexual thriller than Hitchcockian suspense movie, however, with an ending so shocking that Netflix is marketing the film almost exclusively around it. What is the ending? Well, you’ll have to watch to find out. Behind Her Eyes Trailer ...
Tags: Adaptation, Television, Thriller, TV Trailer, Behind Her Eyes

Another US Trailer for Absurd Russian Sci-Fi Spectacle 'Cosmoball'

"The game is more dangerous than it may seem." Well Go USA has released an official US trailer for the extra absued, epic Russian sci-fi CGI spectacle called Cosmoball, made by famed producer Dzhanik Fayzi. We posted an international trailer for this a few months back. The film follows four athletes with the rare ability to teleport, which makes them the only humans capable of playing "cosmoball," a dangerous sport requiring unimaginable speed, reflexes, and courage. While the rest of the wo...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Trailer, Sci-fi, US, To Watch, Foreign Film, Dzhanik Fayzi, Maria Lisovaya

Mattel Developing ‘Uno’ Movie with Rapper Lil Yachty Potentially Starring

The day isn’t over yet, but I can’t imagine there being a more Mad Libs-style headline to come out of the entertainment news world than this one. Mattel Films will team up with rapper Lil Yachty to produce an Uno movie based on the classic card game, with Yachty also “eyeing a starring role” in the film. And naturally, as anyone who has ever played Uno should clearly already know, the movie will be set in the underground hip-hop scene in Atlanta, Georgia. Of course. Makes total sense. Deadli...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, Atlanta, Toy, Mattel, Atlanta Georgia, UNO, MATT MASON, Action/Adventure, Lil Yachty, Yachty, Mattel Films, Marcy Kelly, Mattel Developing ` Uno, Kevin Coach K Lee Pierre P Thomas

Cult Classic Horror Movie ‘Cube’ Was Remade in Japan – Watch the First Trailer

In 1997, the low-budget Canadian horror film Cube became a cult hit, spawning a franchise and earning the attention of Hollywood, which would inevitably commence plans to develop a remake. But Japan has beat Hollywood to the punch, releasing their own Cube remake while Lionsgate’s long-in-development version remains on hold. Shochiku, a major Japanese film producer and distributor, released the first teaser for the Cube remake, which you can watch below. Cube Remake Trailer Remakes of J...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Movie Trailers, Remakes, Cube, Vincenzo Natali, Shochiku, Natali, Foreign Language, Saman Kesh, Shimizu Yasuhiko, Anne Natali, Cube Shimizu

The Mistake That Changed the History of Blade Runner

These days, Blade Runner is considered one of the all-time masterpieces of science fiction. The combination of Philip K. Dick’s idea, Ridley Scott’s direction, Harrison Ford’s performance, and a laundry list of technical masters behind the scenes created a film that has stood the test of time. But it wasn’t that way…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Warner Bros, Harrison Ford, Blade Runner, Ridley Scott, Philip K Dick, Blade, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, Versions Of Blade Runner

Resident Evil Origin Story Reboot Lands September Release Date

Resident Evil origin story reboot lands September release date With filming progressing smoothly and a star-studded cast attached to the project, Constantin Films and Sony Pictures’ upcoming reboot of the Resident Evil film franchise has landed a release date of September 3, according to Deadline. RELATED: Donal Logue Joins Johannes Roberts’ Resident Evil Origin Story Reboot if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.g...
Tags: Movies, France, China, Netflix, Sony, Sony Pictures, Roberts, Constantin, Capcom, Milla Jovovich, James Harris, Paul W S Anderson, LOGUE, ComingSoon, James Wan, Johannes Roberts

‘Pelé’ Trailer: Netflix Documentary Tracks the Career of the Soccer Superstar

You may not know the name Edson Arantes do Nascimento, but I’d bet that even if you don’t know anything at all about sports, you’ll recognize his alter ego: Pelé. That’s the short and direct title of a new documentary coming to Netflix this month which showcases Pelé’s rise to fame as a Brazilian soccer prodigy, his incredible accomplishments on the pitch, and how he became an international icon and an outspoken political figure who advocated for those less fortunate than himself. Check out the...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Sports, Netflix, Pele, Movie Trailers, Max Von Sydow, John Huston, Kevin Macdonald, Edson Arantes, Nascimento, Santos Futebol Clube, Ben Nicholas, David Tryhorn, Pitch Productions, Sylvester Stallone Michael Caine

Former Devon radio presenter dies from coronavirus

Former ExmouthAiR presenter Terry Mills has died after falling ill with COVID-19. Terry was 38-years-old and put into an induced coma after falling ill with coronavirus whilst travelling alone on a business trip in hospital in Cancun. Terry was involved with ExmouthAiR (previously Bay FM) from 2007 hosting the mid-morning show. Terry also interviewed Gloria Hunniford when she visited Exmouth in 2010. Station manager Andy Green said: “He was a natural and completely loved being on the radio....
Tags: UK, New York, London, America, People, Radio, Devon, Terry, Cancun, Pamela Anderson, Andy Green, Community Radio, Gloria Hunniford, Exmouth Air, Terry Mills

'Promising Young Woman' is nominated for 4 Golden Globes - here's how to watch the thriller at home

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Carey Mulligan in "Promising Young Woman." Focus Features "Promising Young Woman" is available to rent through VOD services like Prime Video, Vudu, and FandangoNow.The thriller follows a woman as she seeks vengeance on the men who wronged her."Promising Young Woman" received four Golden Globe nominations, including Best Drama.See also: How to rent movies online"Promising Young Woman" is now streamin...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Movies, Microsoft, Entertainment, America, Trends, Tech, Apple TV, Chicago, Netflix, Streaming, Espn, HD, Golden Globes, Carey Mulligan

James Gunn’s ‘The Suicide Squad’ Spin-Off ‘Peacemaker’ Adds Nhut Le as Judomaster

Leave it to James Gunn to dig deep in the DC Comics canon to find a new obscure superhero to add to the Peacemaker ensemble. Nhut Le has been cast in the HBO Max The Suicide Squad spin-off as Judomaster, joining a cast that is led by John Cena. Deadline broke the news that Nhut Le will be playing Judomaster in Peacemaker, the upcoming HBO Max spin-off series of James Gunn’s follow-up film to David Ayer’s 2016 comic book movie Suicide Squad. This is apparently the year for Judomaster, a somew...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Casting, Dc Comics, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, Warner Brothers, Andy, Jagger, David Ayer, Michael Collins, U S Army, Gunn, Cena, Peter Safran

Renée Zellweger to Lead Blumhouse TV’s The Truth About Pam Limited Series

Renée Zellweger to lead Blumhouse TV’s The Truth About Pam limited series Nearly a year after it was announced the production banner would be developing the limited series alongside NBC, Blumhouse Television’s The Truth About Pam has found its star with two-time Oscar winner Renée Zellweger, marking her broadcast TV debut, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Blumhouse Adapting Dateline Story, Plus Jamie Lee Curtis First-Look Deal if ( ! ezoic_test(...
Tags: TV, Blumhouse TV, Nbc, Renee Zellweger, The Truth About Pam, TV News, TV Premiere

Marvelous Matagari Ero-Figure Grinds on a Teddy Bear

Figure collectors will likely crave this hot figurine as it is based upon an illustration sketched by the legendary Ishikei, depicting a female known as Matagari as she sits on top of a teddy bear with no clothing covering her fabulous frame – buyers can fantasize about the girl pulling the same move on them […]
Tags: Artists, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-figures, Cast-off, Rocket Boy, Original Figures, Ishikei, Matagari

Our top takeaways from January’s Inman Connect

Last week was Inman Connect, and our community and Inman Ambassadors were on hand the entire week to catch the sessions, share the ah-ha moments, and relay all the WFH (watch from home) action from the event.
Tags: Radio, Inman Ambassadors

*ADVENTURE LAND* Battle Explorer Grid Game

If you’re looking for a strategy game, this one has it all! Adventure, mysticism, companionship, herbs, swords, battles…this is s a great beginning strategy game for young board game players. It’s can also be fairly complex with three different Adventure Scenarios to satisfy even the most seasoned board gamer! Each scenario indicates how points are […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, Math, History, Board Games, Geography, Strategy games, Homeschool, Gameschooling

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