Ripley's Believe It or Not v2 #5 - mis-attributed Jeff Jones art

Ripley's Believe It or Not v2 #5 Ripley's Believe It or Not v2 #5, 1967 - No Jeff Jones art inside, despite what some comic book price guides say. Within the same genre and publisher, the artist did do a short story in Boris Karloff #21. Other artists in this Gold Key silver age horror comic include Sal Trapani, Luis Domingez (?) and others. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Jones / Ripley's [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Top 10 PlayStation One Games That Most Deserve a Full Remake

The concept of pumping out remakes of classic video games has become not only highly common nowadays but profitable as well since consumers seem to enjoy reliving their youths, and now this ranking has unveiled the PlayStation 1 titles that fans most want to see remade. The top result might baffle many however, though this […]
Tags: Games, Rankings, Playstation, Anime, Remakes, Final Fantasy, PS1, Dragon Quest, Tokimeki Memorial, Parasite Eve, Suikoden

Superhero Bits: ‘Wonder Girl’ Series Not Happening at The CW, ‘Iron Fist’ Season 3 Details & More

Are you disappointed that The CW didn’t pick up the Wonder Girl series? What would happened in the third season of Iron Fist? Which Marvel star had a hand in convincing Hailee Steinfeld to star in Hawkeye? What did you miss in the recent trailer for Zack Snyder’s Justice League? What can you expect in the first two episodes of the animated MODOK series? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s all the info you need to know about The Eternals before they arrive in the Mar...
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‘Lunatic at Large’: Unmade Stanley Kubrick Film Aims to Go Into Production This Year

Last year, filmmaker Terry Gilliam (Brazil, Time Bandits, 12 Monkeys) said he was supposed to begin filming a movie based on an unmade Stanley Kubrick film – but the coronavirus pandemic caused the whole thing to fall apart. A report at the time indicated that the mysterious project was Lunatic at Large, a 70-page treatment based on a Kubrick idea that Kubrick’s then-producing partner James B. Harris commissioned from acclaimed crime writer Jim Thompson in the 1950s. Now two different producers...
Tags: New York, Movies, Stanley-Kubrick, Scarlett Johansson, Terry Gilliam, Kubrick, Caribbean, Alice, Noir, Jim Thompson, Walker, Walt Disney Studios, Sam Rockwell, Hendricks, Joyce, Galen Walker

Ghosts Get Naughty in Iroha ni Hoero

Realizing the ejaculating horn concept will not carry the series alone, the raunchy Iroha ni Hoero has delved into sexier matters as the main group of characters encounter individuals of the supernatural sort, who waste no time pulling some perverted tricks on all the superb females.
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Iroha, Iroha ni Hoero, Hoero

‘Army of the Dead’ Image Features Dave Bautista, Who Says Zack Snyder’s Zombie Movie Has “Something Special”

While everyone keeps talking about Zack Snyder’s Justice League, it’s worth remembering that Zack Snyder has a completely separate movie due out this year: Army of the Dead, a heist flick set during a zombie apocalypse. A new Army of the Dead image has just arrived featuring star Dave Bautista, and in an article accompanying the image, Bautista says that Snyder’s zombie movie has “something special” that sets it apart from all the other zombie-based entertainment out there. Bautista also reveal...
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‘The Three Musketeers’ Is Getting an Ambitious Two-Part Adaptation with Vincent Cassel and Eva Green

It’s been ten years since there was a big screen adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ story of The Three Musketeers, but France is about to deliver one of the most ambitious yet. French producer Dimitri Rassam (The Little Prince) is working with Pathé on a two-part adaptation of the classic that will star François Civil, Eva Green, and Vincent Cassel. Variety has news on the new Three Musketeers adaptation that will be directed by Martin Bourboulon (Eiffel) with the script for both movies coming f...
Tags: Movies, Casting, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, United States, Sequels, Adaptation, Hannibal, Dimitri Rassam, Athos, Alexandre Dumas, Buckingham, Anne, Richelieu

‘Biggie: I Got A Story To Tell’ Trailer: This Netflix Documentary Tells the Origin Story of The Notorious B.I.G.

So much media devoted to Christopher Wallace, A.K.A. the Notorious B.I.G., A.K.A. Biggie Smalls, focuses on his murder and how it relates to the East Coast/West Coast hip hop feud that also claimed the life of Tupac Shakur. But the new Netflix documentary Biggie: I Got A Story To Tell is taking a different approach, striving to focus not on the artist’s death, but on his life – and how he became a star seemingly overnight. Biggie I Got A Story To Tell Trailer Directed by Emmett Malloy, ...
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Netflix Set to Financially Support Budding Animators Alongside Wit Studio

Netflix, alongside its partner Wit Studio, will be taking part in an effort to help better support animators in Japan, who often go underpaid and overworked, and sure to have many being skeptical of Neflix’s involvement. Said to be done as part of Netflix’s intent to expand its count of original shows, Wit Studio will […]
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Daily Podcast: Mr. and Mrs. Smith TV Show, Face/Off 2, Captain Marvel 2, Paranormal Activity Reboot Director

On the February 15, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writer Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and TV news, including a Mr. and Mrs. Smith TV series, the Face/Off sequel, Captain Marvel 2 ’s villain, and the Paranormal Activity reboot director. Opening Banter :   In The News : (Ben) Donald Glover and Phoebe Waller-Bridge Teaming Up for ‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith’ Show at Amazon (Chris) ‘Face/Off’ Remake Will Be Directed...
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US Cyber Command Valentine’s Day Cryptography Puzzles

The US Cyber Command has released a series of ten Valentine’s Day “Cryptography Challenge Puzzles.” Slashdot thread. Reddit thread. (And here’s the archived link, in case Cyber Command takes the page down.) [Author: Bruce Schneier]
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‘Truth Seekers’ with Nick Frost and Simon Pegg Canceled by Amazon After One Season

Amazon has decided to pull the plug on Truth Seekers, the horror-comedy series from creators Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, James Serafinowicz, and Nat Saunders. The series premiered on Amazon Prime Video in October of 2020, but it won’t be moving beyond its first season. Frost announced the show’s cancelation via social media. Truth Seekers dealt with the adventures of amateur paranormal investigators. Truth Seekers Last summer, I covered the Truth Seekers panel at (virtual) Comic-Con, and I ...
Tags: Amazon, UK, Television, Movies, Frost, Nick-Frost, Simon-Pegg, Nat Saunders, Truth Seekers, Nick Frost Simon Pegg James Serafinowicz, In Truth Seekers

Box Office: ‘The Croods 2’ Dominates ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’, China Sees Record Ticket Sales for Lunar New Year

This past weekend’s box office is still hanging out in the stone age. DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods: A New Age continued to dominate a paltry domestic box office, even with the arrival of buzzy awards contender Judas and the Black Messiah. But even as box office figures have slowly improved as major markets remain closed amid the pandemic, none of that compares to the historic weekend that the Chinese box office just enjoyed, with action-comedy sequel Detective Chinatown 3 setting the count...
Tags: Box Office, Dreamworks, Foreign Language, Warner Brothers, Detective Chinatown, Judas and the Black Messiah, The Croods 2, The Croods: A New Age

Disney+ Subscribers Projected to Surpass Netflix By 2026 Thanks to International Spread

Just last week, Disney+ announced that the streaming subscription service had already reached 95 million subscribers worldwide, hitting a milestone that the company didn’t intend to hit for another three years. Thanks to such substantial growth in a short amount of time, Disney+ is now projected to surpass Netflix’s overall subscriber numbers by 2026. The Hollywood Reporter has new projections for Disney+ subscriber numbers in the future, courtesy of Digital TV Research. The report anticipate...
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‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Will Be the Darkest Season Yet

Playtime’s over, nerds. It’s time for Stranger Things to get dark. How dark, you ask? We’re talking really dark! Maybe even Zack Snyder’s Justice League dark. According to series star Finn Wolfhard, who started the show looking like a small child and now looks like a full-grown adult who is still playing a kid, Stranger Things season 4 is going to be the “darkest season ever been [made].” Sounds pretty dark! Stranger Things, one of Netflix’s biggest hits, will eventually unleash its fourth se...
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Jerrod Carmichael’s Sundance Prize Winner ‘On the Count of Three’ Gets Picked Up By Annapurna Pictures

On the Count of Three, the feature directorial debut of stand-up comedian Jerrod Carmichael, could count on being picked up for distribution soon after its buzzy premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. A potent drama that premiered to raves in the Dramatic Competition section and won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award for its writers, Ari Katcher and Ryan Welch, On the Count of Three has been acquired by Annapurna Pictures in a hefty deal worth millions. Annapurna Pictures has acquir...
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What matters most? Coldwell Banker CEO Ryan Gorman on agent priorities

Coldwell Banker surveyed 1,200 agents — half unaffiliated with CB — to better understand what matters to today's agent. It's not what you likely think it is.
Tags: Radio, Agent, Industry News, CB, Coldwell Banker, Brokerage, Select, News Brief, Ryan Gorman, Agent Training, Brokerage Culture, Agent Priorities, Agent Survey, Coaching Technology

RE/MAX exec dispels ‘myths’ around Zillow’s ShowingTime acquisition

Nick Bailey, the chief customer officer at RE/MAX, has a message for agents concerned about the move: "Don't panic."
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Hinagiku Mimori Miko Ero-Figure Eagerly Undresses

The esteemed Kurehito Misaki had one of their works transformed into a figurine yet again as the delicate miko Hinagiku Mimori can be seen laying on the ground, beckoning to potent males as the girl can also be stripped nude when she graces collections in the month of July. Hinagiku Mimori can be pre-ordered now.
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Meet the star dancers now selling new developments

Corcoran Sunshine's Christa Villella and Danika Dorsey discuss how their professional dance careers have helped them become better, more creative sales agents.
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Promo Trailer for Doc Film 'President' Following Zimbabwe's Election

"Mr. Chamisa - you are the hope for Zimbabwe. Please, do not take that hope away from us." Wow, this looks remarkable. Cinephil Docs released this early festival promo trailer for an impressive documentary film titled President, which just premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival a few weeks ago. The film follows a young, up-and-coming politician and presidential hopeful in Zimbabwe named Nelson Chamisa leading up to their election in 2018. Zimbabwe is at a crossroads. The leader of the ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Zimbabwe, Documentaries, Emmerson Mnangagwa, MDC, Chamisa, Nelson Chamisa, To Watch

The Major Sci-Fi and Fantasy Anniversaries of Winter 2021

Let’s face it. We’re all old. Even if that’s not technically true, there’s always something a person can say or do to make you feel that way. For us, one of those things is when we realize a movie we feel an affinity for is way older than we remember it being. The best course of action? Use the fact that your favorite…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, It, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Trek Beyond, Horror Film, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, Major Sci Fi

The Quarantine Stream: ‘To All The Boys: Always and Forever’ is a Sweet Conclusion to Netflix’s Trilogy

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: To All the Boys: Always and Forever Where You Can Stream It: Netflix The Pitch: In the third and final entry in the teen-centric To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before rom-com trilogy, Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky’s relationship is tested when they discover that they’ll be attending different colleges, which throws a wrench into th...
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Tuesday, Feb. 16 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for Feb. 16, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: America’s Most Wanted Location: 224 Whalers Walk, San Pedro TV Series: Rescue Rangers Location: 506 S Grand Ave, San Pedro Filming in New York TV Series: Younger Location: Broomer St. and Broadway, New York Credit: @sacredhands TV Series: New […] The post Tuesday, Feb. 16 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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‘Us Again’ First Look: Disney’s First Theatrical Animated Short in Five Years is an Ode to Dance

It’s been five years since Walt Disney Animation last released an animated short to be paired with one of its feature films (that excruciatingly long Frozen short that wouldn’t end was from Pixar, not WDA). And it’s been even longer since Disney earned acclaim for one of its original shorts, like the exquisite Oscar-winning 2012 short Paperman, which screened in front of Wreck-It-Ralph. And while not many people will likely be heading to theaters to catch Raya and the Last Dragon on the big scr...
Tags: Images, Movies, Disney, Animation, Justin Bieber, Pixar, Lee, Ralph, Billie Eilish, Mari, Parrish, Jennifer Lee, Raya, Walt Disney Animation, Disney Animation, Short Films

Watch: Mountain Dew Brings Back Gizmo & Zach Galligan in Fun Ad

"As good as the original, maybe even better?" It can't be! This is some of the best 30-seconds of nostalgia bliss you will enjoy this entire year. Many try, but few succeed, in making great commercials based on our favorite movies. But this one perfectly pulls it off and goes even further to make us wonder who that other little Gremlin is. Mountain Dew released this fun new TV spot for their "Mtn Dew Zero Sugar" flavor, which comes with that "as good as the original" tagline. So they went ba...
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CS Comics: Animal Crossing Got Me Through the Pandemic

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Comics: Animal Crossing Got Me Through the Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has marked everyone’s lives over the past year, with even those spared the illness still having to deal with major issues like job loss, isolation and depression. Everyone has learned to cope in their own way, with video games becoming a big source of comfort and even community for many. In this newest installment of ComingSoon.net’s specially-commissioned original comics features, cartoonist and ...
Tags: Games, Movies, Video Games, Nintendo, Extras, Isabelle, ComingSoon, Animal Crossing, Tom Nook, CS Comics, Pranas, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Pranas T. Naujokaitis, Naujokaitis

Wive TV will never be the same

Live TV will never be the same Live TV can be social. Interesting concept, yes? Let’s say it again — Live TV can be social. Not social like you’re sitting next to a buddy on the sofa social, social as in social media, social. Technologically social.We all have opinions, thoughts, and feelings about what’s on the TV, whether we’re tuned into an NBA game or the latest episode of The Bachelor. But how do we share those thoughts in real-time without the disruption or inconvenience of video?Enter C...
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