Man Faked His Own Kidnapping To Avoid Work, Good For Him

Getty Images I think we can all sympathize The saying goes “work smarter, not harder,” but what if instead of working smarter, you worked really, really hard creating a lie so elaborate it eventually involves the cops to avoid working at all? It doesn’t sound like the best plan, because it’s not, but it does make for a good story. Police in Coolidge, Arizona found 19-year-old Brandon Soules next to a water tower, bound and gagged. He told the police that he had been abducted...
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Mission: Impossible 7 & A Quiet Place 2 Will Stream 45 Days After Theatrical Release

Mission: Impossible 7 & A Quiet Place 2 Will Stream 45 Days After Theatrical Release Paramount Plus, a rebrand and expansion of CBS All Access, is about to get a huge shot in the arm ahead of its March 4 launch. According to Variety, blockbuster films Mission: Impossible 7 and the long-delayed A Quiet Place Part II will be available to stream on the platform 45 days after their theatrical release. RELATED: Chris Pratt-Led Amazon Series Terminal List Adds Taylor Kitsch to Roster ...
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Ep. 607 – Nomadland (GUEST: Roxana Hadadi)

David, Devindra, and Jeff chat about Freaky, The Expanse, and Attack of the Murder Hornets.  For the feature review, the cast is joined by Roxana Hadadi to talk about Nomadland, the latest film by director Chloe Zhao starring Frances McDormand. Follow Roxana at @roxana_hadadi on Twitter! The Slashfilmcast is launching a Patreon! Support us at  http://patreon.com/filmpodcast. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a title for us to watch. Thanks to Mike C for building the Hashtag Slashtag w...
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Wyatt Earp v2 #4 - Russ Manning art

Wyatt Earp v2 #4 Wyatt Earp v2 #4, 1959 - A fight ensues when a giant stranger arrives in Dodge City. Like previous issues, Russ Manning makes great effort portray Earp similarly to actor Hugh O' Brien. His superb figure drawings permeate the story. His second tale, about the dangers faced by newly arrived city prosecutor, focuses instead on various western settings. The most gripping [Author: Unknown]
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Teacher Gets Off Photographing Nude Male Student

Saitama’s Prefectural Board of Education has disciplined a male teacher after it was discovered he took nude photos of a former male student in “honor of their graduation”, choosing to take away one month of his salary as opposed to issuing a disciplinary dismissal. Taking place back in March 2019, the 42-year-old male teacher invited […]
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Paramount+ to Offer New Pet Sematary Movie, Italian Job TV Series and More!

Paramount+ to Offer New Pet Sematary Movie, Italian Job TV Series and More! With CBS All Access rebranding itself as Paramount+ on March 4, the studio has announced a number of high profile projects that should lure potential audiences to the streaming platform, namely a new Pet Sematary film and a number of TV series based on Paramount’s vast collection of classic films, including Love Story, Fatal Attraction and The Italian Job. “My job is to find Paramount+ The Handmaid’s Tale, the Mad Me...
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New Trailer and Poster Invite You to KNOW FEAR

First trailer for director  Jamison M. LoCascio's chiller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Frasier Revival Officially a Go at Paramount+

Frasier Revival Officially a Go at Paramount+ According to Variety, the long awaited Frasier revival has officially been ordered at Paramount+. The series will see Kelsey Grammar, who will also executive produce, return to the role of Dr. Frasier Crane — a part the actor has played in three separate series, namely Cheers, Wings and Frasier; and that earned him six Emmys, three Golden Globes, a Screen Actor Guild Award and a Tony Award. RELATED: Live-Action Halo Series Shifting From Showtime ...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Superman & Lois’ Premiere Ratings, ‘The Boys’ Season 3 Starts Shooting & More

How is Tom Holland‘s brother playing the same character in Spider-Man 3 as he did in Cherry? Did you see how Superman & Lois paid homage to Action Comics #1? When will Stargirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow return to The CW? Want to see the first photo from the set of The Boys season three? When can you see Superman: The Animated Series in HD on HBO Max? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Top creative minds from across entertainment celebrate Black History Month in Marvel...
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‘Solar Opposites’ Season 2 Trailer: More Mayhem, More Monsters, and Some Big D**k Energy

Solar Opposites is coming back for a second season, and just as we saw in the teaser trailer not too long ago, the whole alien crew is still stuck on Earth. But this time they’ll be spreading their mayhem beyond the borders of their little suburb. The new Solar Opposites season 2 trailer shows all of the trouble that Korvo (Justin Roiland), Terry (Thomas Middleditch), Yumyulack (Sean Giambrone), and Jesse (Mary Mack) will be causing, including a trip to London and prison. Oh, and it’s got some...
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Thursday, Feb. 25 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for Feb. 25, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Star Trek: Picard Location: 111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles TV Series: American Crime Story: Impeachment Location: 202 W 1st St., Los Angeles TV Series: 9-1-1: Lone Star Location: 920 S Olive St, Los Angeles TV Series: Shameless Location: […] The post Thursday, Feb. 25 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Strike Witches Road to Berlin Goods Extravagantly Nude

Strike Witches Road to Berlin‘s conclusion may have occurred but tons of goods are now available for fans to ravenously collect, from dakimakura covers to B2 tapestries and mobile battery chargers, all are decorated with partially nude artwork of the pantsu witches. Countless collectibles lie in wait to be purchased by rabid fans, each with […]
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‘Mothership’: Halle Berry to Star in Netflix Sci-Fi Flick from ‘Bridge of Spies’ Writer Matt Charman

After more 30 years in the industry, Halle Berry is set to make her feature directorial debut with Bruised, an MMA fighter drama which will be released by Netflix sometime this year. The coming release has apparently kicked off a strong relationship between Berry and the streamer, with the actress now signing on to star in a new Netflix sci-fi thriller called Mothership, to be directed by Oscar-nominated Bridge of Spies writer Matt Charman. Collider reports that Matt Charman is set to make h...
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‘Paranormal Activity’ Sequel and New ‘Pet Sematary’ Prequel Headed Straight to Paramount+

The upcoming Paranormal Activity movie is headed right to Paramount+ – and it has company. A new Pet Sematary film, which will serve as a prequel to the 2019 adaptation of Stephen King’s horror classic, is headed to the nascent streaming service as well. The news comes as part of Paramount’s plan to overhaul their release strategy as the theatrical experience is called more into question as streaming becomes dominant. Paramount announced big plans to change up their approach to new movies to...
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Rediscovering Young Celebs Growing Up in 'Kid 90' Doc Film Trailer

"The most awkward period of your life… that’s when we were in front of the cameras." Hulu has released an official trailer for a documentary called Kid 90, stylized as just kid 90, looking back at life in the 90s. The film is a "time capsule" rediscovery - an intimate look at young Hollywood starlets growing up in the 1990s, using hundreds of hours of footage captured by Soleil Moon Frye. As a teen in the 90s and a child actor, Soleil Moon carried a video camera everywhere she went documenti...
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Disney and the NFL are reportedly sparring over a proposed TV deal that would cost the ABC and ESPN owner nearly $4 billion every year

In a photo provided by ESPN Images, the draft board is seen before the start of the NFL football draft, Thursday, April 23, 2020, in Bristol, Conn. (Allen Kee/ESPN Images via AP) Associated Press The NFL is asking networks to pay double the current rates to broadcast league games, CNBC reports. That proposed deal would cost Disney $3.8 billion annually to broadcast games on ABC and ESPN. Disney is pushing back on the 100% price increase, in part due to low TV viewership. Visit the Business...
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Why are Japanese animators forced to live in poverty?

In this eye-opening piece in The New York Times, they ask the question: If the Japanese anime industry is booming, why are so many of its animators only earning as little as $200/month? Thousands of lower-rung illustrators do grueling piecework for as little as $200 a month. — Read the rest
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Final Fantasy XVI Will “Get You Excited For Real World Anguish”

Further information regarding the interview with Final Fantasy XVI Producer Naoki Yoshida has exposed that the man desires to create a story that will appeal to adults who have grown up and now know “both the good things and painful things in the real world”, certain to have many confused as not every Final Fantasy […]
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‘The Mauritanian’ Trailer: Jodie Foster Plays a Lawyer Defending a Man Accused of Terrorism

In Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies, Tom Hanks plays a lawyer tasked with defending a man accused of being an enemy of the United States. In The Mauritanian, it’s Jodie Foster‘s turn to do the same thing – but her client is actually innocent. The film tells the true story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi (Tahar Rahim), who was detained at the Guantánamo Bay detention camp for 14 years without being charged. Shailene Woodley (Divergent, The Fault in Our Stars) co-stars as Foster’s character’s assistant...
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Redfin CEO reveals iBuyers paid agents less in 2020

In Atlanta, iBuyers paid buyers' agents 3 percent in 2019. In the fourth quarter of 2020, that dropped to 2.5 percent.
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Chase expands its homebuyer grant program for minorities

Chase Bank launched its revamped Homebuyer Grant program, which will provide a $5,000 grant for qualified buyers in majority Black communities.
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Redfin CEO addresses the company’s diversity efforts

Glenn Kelman wants Redfin to be a "beacon for attracting the real estate industry's most diverse talent."
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‘Mission: Impossible 7’, ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ and More Will Stream on Paramount+ 45 Days After Theatrical Debut

Universal Pictures has already been shaking up the exclusive theatrical release window by sending their  smaller and midrange theatrically released titles to VOD just 17 days after they hit the big screen. Then Warner Bros. Pictures came along and took things a step further by releasing all of their 2021 theatrical movies simultaneously on HBO Max for 31 days. Now Paramount Pictures is the latest to shorten the time their movies spend exclusively in theaters. As part of a Viacom CBS investor d...
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‘The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers’ Trailer: Disney+ Series Tries to Capture the Underdog Spirit of the ’90s Films

Quack Attack is back, Jack – but this time, it’s a new generation of hockey-loving kids who needs the help of Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez), the lawyer-turned-coach-turned-minor-league-player-turned-coach-again. Disney+ has released a new trailer for The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, the upcoming 10-episode series which extends the story beyond the trilogy of 1990s movies and brings Bombay back into the fold to serve as a mentor figure to a new generation. Check out the latest trailer below. ...
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Paramount+ TV Shows: ‘The Italian Job’, ‘Fatal Attraction’, and More Are Becoming Streaming Series

If you love watching reheated versions of old intellectual property, it seems like you are going to absolutely lose your mind for Paramount+, the soon-to-launch streaming service from ViacomCBS. During an Investor Day presentation, the company backed up a metaphorical dump truck and unloaded a metric ton of Paramount+ TV shows, including the fact that they’re developing TV versions of films like The Italian Job, Fatal Attraction, and The Parallax View, as well as revivals of Frasier, Yo! MTV Ra...
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Mattel and Nickelodeon Team Up to Reboot ‘Monster High’ With a Live-Action Musical and a New Animated Series

Mattel and Nickelodeon are looking to make a graveyard smash together. Monster High, Mattel’s toy line centering around the daughters of classic monsters (think Frankie Stein, Draculaura, and Clawdeen Wolf), is returning from the grave with two new projects for television. Deadline reports that Mattel and Nickelodeon are teaming up to develop a two-fold Monster High reboot — both as a live-action TV musical feature film, and a brand new animated series. The TV movie will be written by Jenny ...
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Daily Podcast: What Constitutes a Cult Classic? Movies From Black Creators, Spider-Man 3 Title, and More

On the February 24, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including the title for Spider-Man 3, David Fincher’s next movie, some Disney+ release dates, and a couple of cool Netflix projects. We also answer a couple of mailbag questions. Opening Banter : There seems to be a problem with iTunes...
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'Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry' focuses on the pop star's rise to fame - here's how to watch the documentary on Apple TV Plus

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Apple TV Plus "The World's a Little Blurry" is a new documentary that examines the life of pop star Billie Eilish.You can stream the movie with an Apple TV Plus subscription starting February 26.To celebrate the release, a live event will stream for free via Apple TV and YouTube on February 25. TV Plus Monthly Subscription (small) Before she rose to stardom, Billie Eilish began her career by releasing so...
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Getting harassing phone calls? Here’s how to stop them

Real estate safety expert Tracey Hawkins offers six tips on how agents can nip harassing and threatening phone calls in the bud.
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