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3 terrible (but hilarious) bad dates in comic form We asked you to send us your awful dating stories. Then we had an illustrator draw them. https://www.thelily.com/3-terrible-but-hilarious-bad-dates-in-comic-form/ Tess Smith-Roberts Feb. 6, 2021 ------------ I experienced homelessness as a teen. I'm still processing the trauma. Homeless people are often treated as if they don't exist. ...
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New Trailer and Poster for Nightmarish Horror DEMENTER, Starring Larry Fessenden

First look at  writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle's chiller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Bands That Couldn't Exist Before The Internet

By William Kuechenberg  Published: February 02nd, 2022 
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Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #348 - Carl Barks reprint

Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #348Walt Disney's Comics and Stories v1 #348, 1969 - Heading up this issue is a classic Carl Barks "pot of gold" tale. First published in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #155, it features Uncle Scrooge, Donald Duck and his nephews. Other artists in this Gold Key bronze age humor issue include Paul Murry. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Barks / Walt Disney's Comics [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Final Fantasy XIV Ultima Music Video Incredibly Atmospheric

Square Enix has revealed a promotional music video for the latest arrangement album of Final Fantasy XIV songs called “Scions & Sinners: Final Fantasy XIV Arrangement Album.” The song in the MV, called “Ultima”, is but one of nineteen tracks that will be featured on the arrangement album. The group performing Ultima, “The Primals”, is […]
Tags: Games, Music, Anime, MMORPG, Square Enix, Ultima, MV, Release Dates, Final Fantasy XIV

This Chameleon Is Tiny And Grumpy And I Love Him

Glaw et al, Scientific Reports 2021 | Creative Commons License Size is everything (in the nicest way possible) Everything has been bad for a long time. All of 2020 was bad. All of it. Start to finish. If that wasn’t bad enough things weren’t even magically better at 12:01AM on January 1st 2021, which, to me, feels like a scam. Today, though, there is some good news. And boy, howdy, it is good. Although it feels like the world is growing smaller and smaller, every so often s...
Tags: Humor, Madagascar, Gulf of Mexico, Rice, Gerald, Brookesia, Sloane Hughes

Sergio Martino’s Political Thriller SILENT ACTION to Make Its Blu-Ray Debut - New Trailer and Artwork

Martino's thriller makes its worldwide blu-ray debut in March. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Lockdown: How religious services have been changed by Covid

Three religious leaders tell Radio 1 Newsbeat how they've adapted their services in the pandemic.
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Tuesday, Feb. 9 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for Feb. 9, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Atypical Location: 1818 Santa Ynez St., Los Angeles TV Series: The Morning Show Location: S Spring St. and E 8th St., Los Angeles TV Series: Insecure Location: Flower St, between 9th St. and Olympic Blvd.; 900 S Figueroa St, […] The post Tuesday, Feb. 9 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Watch: Wong Kar-wai Directed a Lunar New Year Short Film for Mercedes Benz

Wong Kar-wai has been relatively quiet since his last feature film, The Grandmaster, was released in 2013. But the renowned Hong Kong director has been ramping things up recently, preparing a new TV series, producing the Thai Sundance film One for the Road, and shooting a Lunar New Year commercial for Mercedes Benz. Or “curating” a commercial, as the text claims onscreen, though the short film has all the hallmarks of a Wong film. Watch short below. Wong Kar-wai Short for Mercedes Benz ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, Shanghai, States, Mercedes Benz, Wong, Wong Kar, Janus, Short Films, Wong-Kar-Wai, Nattawut Poonpiriya, Television Commercials by Big Directors, Lulu Wang, Ogilvy Asia, Wong Kar wai Short, Mercedes Benz Created for Mercedes Benz China

‘Lost and Found’ Will Star Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi as Treasure Hunters

Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi are on the hunt for some treasure with Lost and Found, a new feature being developed by Amazon Studios. Steve Pink, writer of Grosse Pointe Blank and High Fidelity and director of Hot Tub Time Machine, is directing from a script he co-wrote with Jeff Morris. The story follows an unlikely pair who join forces to find long-lost buried treasure along the Mississippi River. The news about Lost and Found comes from Deadline, which reports that Amazon has made a dea...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Casting, Disney, Lost And Found, Netflix, Richard Linklater, Pink, Miranda, Gina Rodriguez, Levi, Mississippi River, Rodriguez, Jeff Morris

Watch: Wong Kar-Wai's Mercedes Benz China New Year Short Film

"As long as the heart is longing, it will start desperately for love…" He hasn't made a new film since 2013 (The Grandmaster), but Wong Kar Wai is still working his magic. The beloved filmmaker was recruited by Mercedes Benz China for a new advertising campaign that just launched with a six-minute short film. The new campaign seems to be called "Heart's Direction", launched to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. "On the way to find 'the heart's direction', Mercedes-Benz is willing to be wi...
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Higher Ground Productions Announces Next Wave of Obama-Produced Movies and Shows on Netflix

Higher Ground Productions, the production company formed by former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama, has announced a new line-up of film and TV productions as part of their partnership with Netflix. While the first wave included primarily documentaries like American Factory, Crip Camp, and Becoming, and the new titles include a sci-fi film called Satellite, a YA series called Firekeeper’s Daughter, and a few more features, as well as a docuseries about the National Pa...
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Will Patton in Gritty Coal Mine Monster Movie 'The Devil Below' Trailer

"It took my son, and I've been fighting him ever since." Vertical Ent. has released an official trailer for The Devil Below, a new horror film (formerly titled Shookum Hills) from filmmaker / VFX supervisor Brad Parker (director of the very creepy Chernobyl Diaries previously). A geological expedition to an Appalachian sinkhole becomes a fight for survival against a mysterious force. When a team of researchers try to find out how fires started in underground coal mines that have been ablaze ...
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‘This Was Our Pact’: Peter Dinklage Will Voice a “Mysterious and Charismatic” Talking Bear in New Animated Movie

What the world needs right now is a movie where Peter Dinklage provides the voice of a “mysterious and charismatic” cartoon bear. Okay, maybe that isn’t really what the world needs right now, but we’re getting it anyway. Dinklage will produce and star in This Was Our Pact, an animated feature based on the graphic novel by Ryan Andrews. The story follows a group of friends who embark on an adventure, and at some point, part of that adventure involves a talking bear. Variety has the scoop, rep...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Animation, Adaptation, Ben, Nathaniel, Peter-Dinklage, Dinklage, Will Collins, Ryan Andrews, Ken Duncan, Duncan Studio, This Was Our Pact, Ryan Andrews Will Collins, Estuary Films and Duncan Studios Here

‘White Bird: A Wonder Story’: Gillian Anderson to Star in “Creative Companion” to 2017 Film ‘Wonder’

Gillian Anderson is joining the Wonder Cinematic Universe. The former X-Files star has been cast as a lead of the forthcoming White Bird: A Wonder Story, which is not quite a sequel but meant to be a “creative companion” to the 2017 film Wonder. That movie, which was directed by Stephen Chbosky, was made for around $20 million and ended up quietly raking in more than $305 million worldwide, so I suppose it shouldn’t be too shocking that a studio is looking to go back to the well – albeit with a...
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CS Interview: Christopher Landon Talks Freaky, Potential Sequel & HDD Crossover

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Christopher Landon talks Freaky, potential sequel & HDD crossover Just in time for the hit horror-comedy to hit shelves, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with co-writer/director Christopher Landon to discuss the body-swapping slasher Freaky, his thoughts on a potential sequel and the fan-desired crossover with the Jessica Rothe-starring horror-comedy Happy Death Day series! RELATED: CS Interview: Alan Ruck Talks Horror-Comedy Freaky, Plus Exclusiv...
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Streaming Service Fandor is Coming Back to Life Thanks to Its New Owners

  Fandor, the streaming service that closed its doors back in 2018, is once again open for business. Well, it will be soon. A new report says that Cinedigm has purchased Fandor and acquired its library of 4,600 films, with plans to relaunch the service with a subscription tier and an ad-supported free tier as well. Get the details below. I know, I know – there are so many streaming services floating around nowadays that you might feel like you’re drowning in them. But Fandor got in the game e...
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Magnetic Build-a-Comic Set!

You guys: For TEN SOLID YEARS, I've wanted to make a Magnetic BUILD-A-COMIC set, and now --finally-- it's here! And it's so dang fun! You can build your own comic strips on your fridge again and again and again. It's in the store, HERE : 500+ pieces, with everything you need to make comics on your fridge! ==== And the two new Sheldon books are in the store today, too! If you snag all three with this link, I'll throw in a free copy of POP CULTURE --...
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Hawai’i Life joins invite-only network Forbes Global Properties

The luxury brokerage now has an ownership stake and a seat on the board of directors of the exclusive real estate network.
Tags: Radio, Luxury, Luxury Real Estate, Brokerage, Select, Real Estate Network, Hawaii Life, Alex Lange, Jeff Hyland, Matt Beall, Forbes Global Properties

Kimetsu no Yaiba Hinokami Keppuutan Eager to Decimate Demons

Aniplex and CyberConnect2 have revealed several new screenshots for the upcoming Kimetsu no Yaiba action game “Kimetsu no Yaiba Hinokami Keppuutan”, also announcing all the platforms the game will be coming to in the future. The tweet announcing all of the title’s intended platforms and that new information will be available in the next issue […]
Tags: Games, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Pc Gaming, Adaptations, Aniplex, Kimetsu no Yaiba, PS5, CyberConnect2, Kimetsu, Yaiba, Xbox Series X, Yaiba Hinokami Keppuutan

First Trailer for NatGeo's 'Own the Room' Doc About Entrepreneurs

"You have a story that deserves to be heard." National Geographic + Disney have debuted an official trailer for an inspiring new documentary film titled Own the Room, debuting streaming on Disney+ in March for everyone to watch. This is the second feature from the award-winning filmmakers behind the doc Science Fair, which premiered at Sundance in 2018. National Geographic Documentary Films' Own the Room doc follows five young star students on their journey to win one of the world’s most pre...
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Lana Condor is a Teen Ghost in Netflix’s Comedy Limited Series ‘Boo, Bitch’

Lana Condor is trading boy trouble for supernatural trouble in Boo, Bitch, a new live-action comedy series from Netflix in which the To All the Boys star stars as a teenage girl who wakes up one morning to find herself a ghost. Lana Condor is set to star in and executive produce Boo, Bitch, “a live-action comedy limited series about a high school senior who, after years of playing it safe, decides to live an epic life … only to wake up the next morning and find out she’s now a ghost,” Netfli...
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‘Falling’: Bidding War Breaks Out Over Rights to Novel Described as ‘Speed’ at 35,000 Feet

You’ve probably never heard of T.J. Newman, and until a few days ago, Hollywood hadn’t either. But the rookie author is currently on the minds of several major players who are all jockeying for the rights to adapt her debut novel, Falling, into a film or TV show. The book, which is set on an airplane, has been described as “Speed at 35,000 feet” and sounds like a throwback to the kind of thriller that used to be commonplace in the 1990s, but that we’d love to see make a large scale comeback. ...
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How property management firms can avoid staff turnover

The multifamily housing industry has long faced a high turnover rate, but ramping up online trainings and employee recognition could significantly help, according to a recent survey conducted by multifamily talent performance solutions company Grace Hill.
Tags: Training, Data, Analysis, Radio, Professional Development, Recognition, Rentals, Satisfaction, Property Management, Retention, Online Training, Property Managers, National Apartment Association, Multifamily, Multifamily Housing, Propmodo

Real estate mogul Grant Cardone to team up with eXp Realty

Though it remains unclear what Cardone will be doing with eXp Realty, he did recently promise to add "nitro" to the brokerage's already successful strategy.
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Bullish analysts send Zillow stock soaring to record high

The company's stock surged to a new all-time high Monday, after multiple analysts upped their price target ahead of the company's Wednesday earnings report.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Deutsche Bank, Earnings, Goldman Sachs, Stock Market, Zillow, Markets & Economy, Select, Rich Barton, Heath Terry, Lloyd Walmsley

Universal Delays Jennifer Lopez-Owen Wilson-Led Marry Me to 2022

Universal delays Jennifer Lopez-Owen Wilson-led Marry Me to 2022 Just a few months after bumping the film’s release by three months, Universal has decided to issue a bigger delay to the Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson-starring romantic comedy Marry Me as it moves from May 2021 to Valentine’s Day weekend 2022. RELATED: Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Biopic Delays Release to Mid-2022 if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptSt...
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