New Trailer and Artwork for WWII Thriller TORPEDO: U-235

The war movie comes to UK blu-ray, DVD and Digital in March. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Today: Draw What You Love with Ann Xu

Draw What You Love with Ann Xu ...
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10 Movies You Must See at the Glasgow Film Festival

Our picks of the movies playing at this year's Glasgow Film Festival. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Christian Cooper in favor of DC Statehood

Christian Cooper, The Central Park Birder Accosted By A White Woman, Has A New Cause: D.C. Statehood Martin Austermuhle The DCist Feb 19, 2021 https://dcist.com/story/21/02/19/christian-cooper-the-central-park-birder-accosted-by-a-white-woman-has-a-new-cause-d-c-statehood/   Scrap the filibuster and make D.C. a state Opinion by Christian Cooper Jan. 29, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/01/29/dc-statehood-filibuster/ ...
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Diary Secrets #14 - Matt Baker cover & reprints

Matt Baker Diary Secrets v1 #14, 1952 - Within this issue are two Matt Baker reprints from Teen-Age Romances #6. "Breaking All the Rules" was originally titled "Rx for a Broken Heart," while "Love Challenge" was originally "Was I A Fool To Go On Loving Him?". While these older works are noteworthy, Baker's new cover is refreshingly more contemporary: a young woman walks home from the grocery, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Em Schulz And Christine Schiefer Are Masters Of The Unconventional

Courtesy of ‘And That’s Why We Drink’ Podcast The hosts and creators of the wildly successful podcast ‘And That’s Why We Drink’ talk adapting to the pandemic, their 200th episode milestone, and how podcasts can create positive social change. Em Schulz and Christine Schiefer are the creators and co-hosts of And That’s Why We Drink, a weekly podcast where they share true crime stories, paranormal encounters, and more than a few laughs. The podcast has been ongoing since 2017 ...
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‘Pantheon’ Cast for AMC’s First Primetime Animated Drama Adds William Hurt and More

It appears that we somehow missed writing about Pantheon, AMC Networks’ first-ever animated primetime drama series, when it was first announced. But since there were a few new cast additions made recently, we now have an excuse to correct that mistake. William Hurt (The Incredible Hulk, Captain America: Civil War), Maude Apatow (Euphoria, The King of Staten Island), Corey Stoll (Ant-Man, House of Cards), and Lara Pulver (Sherlock) are the latest members of the Pantheon cast, joining one hell of...
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2021 Emmys Won’t Combine Variety Talk and Sketch Categories After All

Late last year, the Television Academy announced that the 2021 Emmys coming this fall would see some rule changes and updates. Along with the addition of a category for stunt performers and creating a clear distinction between theatrical motion pictures and television movies released during the pandemic, the Television Academy was going to combine the categories for Outstanding Variety Talk Series and Outstanding Variety Sketch Series into a single category. But now the organization has reverse...
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‘Roadmarks’: George R.R. Martin to Develop a New Sci-Fi Series Adaptation for HBO, Continues to Do Anything But Write

George R.R. Martin is keeping busy — at everything except for writing, it seems. The A Song of Ice and Fire author is executive producing a TV series adaptation of “his friend and mentor” Roger Zelazny‘s sci-fi novel Roadmarks for HBO, bringing more dragons to the premium cable channel which completed Game of Thrones before Martin did. Deadline reports that George R.R. Martin, whose A Song of Ice and Fire novels spawned HBO’s flagship fantasy series Game of Thrones, is executive producing a ...
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How to watch 'Nomadland' starring Frances McDormand on Hulu

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Frances McDormand could win her third Oscar for "Nomadland." Searchlight Pictures "Nomadland" premiered on Hulu and in theaters on February 19.The critically acclaimed movie is nominated for Best Picture at the 2021 Golden Globes.Hulu starts at $6 a month for ad-supported streaming or $12 a month for ad-free streaming. Product Card (small) Product Card (small) If you're trying to make your way thro...
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Stump the Editor Episode 6: David Koechner!

Stump the Editor Episode 6: David Koechner! Welcome to the latest episode of ComingSoon.net’s podcast, Stump the Editor ! This week actor and comedian David Koechner (Anchorman, Krampus) drops by to duel with CS editor Max Evry for movie trivia domination! Koechner’s latest comedy film The Right One is now available on VOD, Digital and Blu-ray! if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gpt...
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‘The Knick’ Will Be Available to Stream on HBO Max This Weekend

The Knick, Steven Soderbergh‘s amazing series about the life and times of people working in and around a fictional 1900s New York hospital, is finally headed to HBO Max. The series ran for two seasons on Cinemax, but even though Cinemax and HBO Max are owned by the same company, The Knick hasn’t been available to stream on the new-ish streaming service. That’s going to change this weekend, with The Knick streaming on HBO Max starting February 20. In addition to that, another Cinemax show, Bansh...
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The 58 best movies on Hulu right now

From award-winning dramas to the latest hits, Hulu has an awesome collection of movies. We've put together the best films currently available on the streamer.
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The 55 best movies on Amazon Prime right now

From Amazon Originals to comedy gold to poignant dramas, we've dug out all the best movies available on Amazon Prime Video so you don't have to.
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Two New Silent Hill Games Rumored to Be in Production

Rumors about the Silent Hill franchise have been circulating nonstop as there are yet more suggesting that not one but two games are in production, and sure to have fans hoping they are not pachinko-related. It is rumored that Konami has outsourced the development of a Silent Hill game to a “prominent Japanese developer” and […]
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‘Ms. Marvel’ Cast Adds Laurel Marsden as Comic Character Zoe Zimmer

The Ms. Marvel series headed to Disney+ has a new cast member: Laurel Marsden, who will play comic character Zoe Zimmer. The series follows Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old Muslim Pakistani-American from Jersey City who writes superhero fan fiction, particularly of Captain Marvel, and gains shape-shifting powers. Iman Vellani is playing the title character, and will also appear in Captain Marvel 2. THR has the scoop on Laurel Marsden joining the Ms. Marvel cast as comic book character Zoe Zimmer. ...
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‘Invincible’ Trailer: There’s a New Superhero in Town from the Creator of ‘The Walking Dead’

Robert Kirkman may best be known for bringing The Walking Dead to comic shelves, but he also has a Skybound/Image comic book that’s being turned into an animated series for adults on Amazon. Invincible follows teenager Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), who just so happens to be the son of Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons), the most powerful superhero on the planet. That’s a lot to live up to when Mark starts developing powers of his own, but judging by this new Invincible trailer, it’s going to be so much more...
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Hidden Camera Comedy ‘Bad Trip’ With Eric André Headed to Netflix in March

Bad Trip, a movie I remember seeing trailers for in theaters over a year ago, is finally being released – on Netflix. The hidden camera comedy featuring Eric André, Lil Rel Howery, and Tiffany Haddish, was once slated to arrive in theaters in 2019. Then it got pushed to 2020. And then, of course, the pandemic got in the way. At one point, the film dropped onto Amazon Prime Video – even though it wasn’t supposed to be there. It was promptly pulled from that service, and now it’s officially heade...
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Billie Eilish granted restraining order against alleged stalker

In legal documents, Eilish said the man had caused her ‘emotional injury’, including fear for the safety of herself and her familyBillie Eilish has been granted a restraining order against an alleged stalker who she says camps outside her family home in Los Angeles and throws “extremely disturbing” letters on to their property, according to documents obtained by NBC News. Related: Billie Eilish talks to younger Billie Eilish – with both wisdom and wit Continue reading...
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Kim Kardashian West files for divorce from Kanye West

By ANDREW DALTON | AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES — “Kimye” is kaput. Kim Kardashian West filed for divorce from Kanye West Friday after 6 1/2 years of marriage, court records show. The move brings an impending end to one of the most followed celebrity unions of the 21st century — the marriage of a reality TV superstar and a hip-hop and fashion phenomenon with four kids, a vast fortune to split and even more fame. FILE – Kanye West, left, and Kim Kardashian attend Gabrielle’s Angel Foun...
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Rachel McAdams and Abby Ryder Fortson to Star in ‘Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret’ Movie

God has finally answered the prayers of Judy Blume fans with the casting of the two main cast members of the Lionsgate adaptation of Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret. The feature film, which will be directed by The Edge of Seventeen‘s Kelly Fremon Craig, has cast Ant-Man and the Wasp star Abby Ryder Fortson in the eponymous role of the inquisitive Margaret, who will be guided through adolescence by her mother, played by Rachel McAdams. Entertainment Weekly broke the news that Fortson will...
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Apple TV+ 2021 Featurette Offers Look at New & Returning Originals

Apple TV+ 2021 featurette offers look at new & returning originals As part of the Television Critics Association Winter 2021 Press Tour, Apple TV+ unveiled a featurette offering fans look at new and returning original titles to the streaming platform, including the limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s Lisey’s Story, Rose Byrne-led dramedy Physical and more. The featurette can be viewed in the player below! if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = P...
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Questlove’s Second Film Will Be a Sly Stone Documentary

Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson tore the roof off this year’s virtual Sundance Film Festival with Summer of Soul, his rollicking documentary about the incredible music on display during the nearly-forgotten Harlem Cultural Festival of 1969. That film won the Audience Award and the U.S. Grand Jury Prize for Documentary at the festival earlier this month, and now Thompson has announced he’s returning behind the camera to make a feature documentary about Sly Stone, founding member of the influential ba...
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TV Bits: ‘Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai’, ‘Tiny Toons Looniversity’, ‘First Lady’, ‘Mom’, ‘Neglected Murderesses’ & More

In this edition of TV Bits, here’s what we’ve got: HBO Max renews Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai and Tiny Toons Looniversity Showtime’s First Lady adds Aaron Eckhart to the cast Mom is coming to an end at CBS Cobra Kai creators have a new animated comedy at FOX Norman Reedus is setting up a new series at AMC All that and more! First up, HBO Max must be keen on what the upcoming animated shows Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai and Tiny Toons Looniversity will be bringing to the table. The s...
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The Razer Kishi Is a Godsend for Cloud Gaming, at Least Where It’s Supported

Razer Kishi (iPhone) | $90 | AmazonRazer Kishi (Android) | $58 | AmazonRead more...
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‘Worth’, Michael Keaton Movie About 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, Heads to Netflix This September

Worth, a film about Kenneth Feinberg, the lawyer who oversaw the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, is headed to Netflix this September – a month which will mark the 20th anniversary of the attacks. Michael Keaton plays Feinberg in the movie, which comes from director Sara Colangelo and writer Max Borenstein. Amy Ryan, Stanley Tucci, Tate Donovan, Shunori Ramanathan, Talia Balsam, and Laura Benanti also star in Worth, which had its premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. WORTH, from direct...
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Weekend, Feb. 20-21, Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for the weekend of Feb. 20-21, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Rookie Location: 4th St, between Molino and Anderson St, Los Angeles Date: 2/20 Movie: Something’s More Than One Thing Location: W 5th St., between S Spring St and S Broadway, Los Angeles Date: 2/20 Filming […] The post Weekend, Feb. 20-21, Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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FGO Merlin Prototype Cosplay by Arty Huang Comes with Magical Oshiri

Cosplayer Arty Huang has magically transformed herself into the female version of King Arthur’s Court Mage Merlin from Fate/Grand Order Arcade to show off that her arcane powers are not the only thing that is magical about her. The immensely stimulating display puts a great deal of focus on the woman’s shapely bottom, though other […]
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‘Why do I need an agent?’ 5 comebacks that prove your value

As a real estate agent, you've likely had clients question your value, with many thinking they can handle the complexities of buying and selling on their own. Here are a few ways to illustrate just how much you bring to the table.
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Official Trailer for 'Dutch' Movie About Drug Kingpins in New Jersey

"What did you get me into?" Faith Media Distribution has revealed an official trailer for a New Jersey crime drama titled Dutch, from filmmakers Preston A. Whitmore II & David Wolfgang. Dutch introduces a player who will use any means necessary to dominate the streets and beyond. For Bernard James, Jr. aka "Dutch", survival is the ultimate score and power is the deadliest high of all. There isn't an angle he can't work or a woman he can't seduce. Then when he gains control of an African drug...
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