/Filmcast Ep. 609 – WandaVision (GUEST: Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair)

Jeff returns from a throat surgery. David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the Oprah interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on CBS. For the feature review, the cast dives into the Marvel television show WandaVision with Joanna Robinson, Senior Writer at Vanity Fair. The Slashfilmcast is launching a Patreon! Support us at  http://patreon.com/filmpodcast. Listen to Joanna Robinson on the Still Watching podcast and The Storm podcast. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a t...
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Superhero Bits: James Gunn Debunks Another ‘Guardians 3’ Rumor, ‘WandaVision’ Unanswered Questions & More

What was up with the Wonder Man tease in that early WandaVision featurette? How many tracks are there on Zack Snyder’s Justice League soundtrack? Would Ruby Rose come back as Kate Kane if the opportunity came around? What’s the latest Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 rumor debunked by James Gunn? Which Deadpool comic was read more than any other Marvel comic last year? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Celebrate DC’s princess of Themyscira in this Commemorative Edition of...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Justice-League, Batwoman, Seth Rogen, Batman, Deadpool, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Jupiter, James Gunn, Doctor Strange, Jared Leto, Cw, Mark Millar

Mar 25: Pandemic Comics and COVID-19

Mar 25: Pandemic Comics and COVID-19 by Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre Free https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/pandemic-comics-and-covid-19-tickets-144241455075 About this Event From drawn diary comics to graphic art narratives of quarantine, visual mediums have been crit...
Tags: Comics, Ryerson University, Mike Rhode, Barbara Postema, MLC Research Centre Gallery

Shudder Release Trailer and Poster for British Horror THE POWER

The '70s set horror debuts on Shudder in April. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Interview With Robert Shearman, Author of Dalek

Out this week in the UK, next month in the US, are a new set of Doctor Who novelizations. Target originally published Doctor Who script adaptations from 1973-1993. BBC Books took up the mantle again with five key episodes from the relaunched series in 2018. This new set, called the Target Collection, consists of seven books: The Witchfinders by Joy Wilkinson, who also wrote the script for this 13th Doctor episode; this is the first novel with the current Doctor [...]
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Phillip Kennedy Johnson writing Superman

A New Writer for Superman Phillip Kennedy Johnson begins his run on Superman this week. First up: a two-part story about the hero, his son and his succession. A version of this article appears in print on March 10, 2021 , Section C, Page 3 of the New York edition with the headline: Another Writer's Take On the Man of Steel . https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/09/arts/superman-phillip-kennedy-johnson.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Walt Disney Comics Digest #33 - Carl Barks reprints

Walt Disney Comics Digest #33Walt Disney Comics Digest v1 #33, 1972 - Many of these digest-sized issues reprint stories and artwork by Carl Barks. In this case,  three classic Barks stories: "The Snow Chaser" (first published in Four Color Comics v2 #1073), "The Travel Tightwad" (Uncle Scrooge #45) and "Ice Taxis" (Walt Disney Comics and Stories #186). Also in this issue is the comic adaptation [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Tales of Suspense #52 - Jack Kirby cover + 1st Black Widow (key)

Jack Kirby Tales of Suspense v1 #52, 1964 - After getting access to a secure building, a pair of Russians steal the Crimson Dynamo suit and wreak havoc on the Stark Industries. The Black Widow makes her key first appearance as a spy, using her beauty to distract Tony Stark. Her skills appear limited in her early appearances. This story was later reprinted in >Marvel Collectors' Item Classics #12. [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Roller Derby Graphic Novel ‘Slam!’ is Becoming an Animated Series at HBO Max

If there’s one sport that has been under-served in pop culture, it’s roller derby. There’s Rollerball, Whip It, Kansas City Bomber, Unholy Rollers, and that’s about it. But HBO Max will be bringing attention to the brutal skating sport by turning the roller derby graphic novel series Slam! into an animated series from WarnerMedia’s Rooster Teeth Studios. Deadline has news on the Slam! roller derby animated series in the works at HBO Max. Pamela Ribon, who co-created the comic with Veronica Fi...
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‘Snabba Cash’ Trailer: International Netflix Crime Series Reimagines the Swedish Film Trilogy

In 2010, Swedish director Daniel Espinosa (Safe House, Life, the upcoming Morbius movie) broke out in Hollywood with Snabba Cash (also known as Easy Money), a gritty international crime thriller starring a then-up-and-coming Joel Kinnaman. That film spawned a trilogy, and while an American remake was once in the works, that project never materialized. Instead, Netflix has picked up the baton and has crafted a slick new TV series set in that same world. Check out two trailers for the upcoming se...
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‘Lost Ollie’: Jake Johnson, Mary J. Blige, Tim Blake Nelson, More Join the Netflix Hybrid Series

Lost Ollie has found quite a star-studded cast for the hybrid limited series coming to Netflix. Jonathan Groff (Hamilton) is set to voice the handmade toy rabbit who ends up on a grand adventure, and he will be joined by Jake Johnson, Mary J. Blige, Tim Blake Nelson, and Gina Rodriguez as well as young star Kesler Talbot. Find out who they’ll all be playing below. Netflix announced the cast of its Netflix Family limited series from Shannon Tindle (Kubo and the Two Strings, Coraline), who wri...
Tags: Adaptation, Casting, Family Films, Netflix, Television, Gina Rodriguez, Jake Johnson, Jonathan Groff, Kesler Talbot, Lost Ollie, Mary J. Blige, Tim-Blake-Nelson

Tenkuu Shinpan Earns a Friendly New Ally

Tenkuu Shinpan has put forth more trauma on the innocent female heroine as she encounters a new blonde foe but ends up recruiting her as an ally, something she desperately needs as the episode has them both contending with more enemies whose attacks strip them of their clothing. Omake:
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Thursday, March 11 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for March 11, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Dave Location: 456 S Main St, Los Angeles Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago PD & Chicago Fire Location: 465 W. Cermak, Chicago Filming in New York TV Series: Power Book II: Ghost Location: Park Ave. and 55th St., […] The post Thursday, March 11 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Yalitza Aparicio Has Started Filming Her First Movie After ‘Roma’

It’s been three years since Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma made Oscar history, with lead actress Yalitza Aparicio becoming the first Mexican woman to be nominated for a Best Actress Oscar and the first Indigenous woman in history. But in the years since Roma was released, Aparicio has not taken on a new feature film role since — until now. Cuarón’s exquisite drama Roma would not have earned nearly the acclaim it did if it weren’t for Aparicio’s wrenching performance as Cleo, a domestic worker for a w...
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‘The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey’ Series Will Be Directed By ‘The White Tiger’ Filmmaker Ramin Bahrani

The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey, an upcoming limited series at AppleTV+ that has Samuel L. Jackson on board to star, has found a director and added a new cast member to the “deeply engaging mystery” show. Ramin Bahrani, the acclaimed filmmaker behind movies like Man Push Cart, 99 Homes, and Netflix’s recent The White Tiger, will get behind the camera to direct and executive produce the series, while Dominique Fishback, the actress who has been making waves with her performance in Judas and the Bl...
Tags: Adaptation, Apple, AppleTV, Casting, Drama, Television, Dominique Fishback, Ramin Bahrani, The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey

‘Creed 3’ Enters the Ring in Thanksgiving 2022 with Michael B. Jordan Confirmed as Director

Michael B. Jordan, the star of the Creed franchise, has officially been confirmed as the director of Creed 3 – something that has been rumored for months. The fresh news here is the Creed 3 release date: the boxing sequel will punch its way into theaters on Thanksgiving 2022. Deadline reports that MGM has slotted Creed 3 for Thanksgiving 2022, and the studio finally provided official confirmation that Jordan will be getting behind the camera for his directing debut on the new movie. Keenan Co...
Tags: Movies, Sports, Sequels, Jordan, Will Smith, Sylvester Stallone, Creed, Ryan Coogler, Richard, Serena Williams, Tessa Thompson, MGM, Venus, Michael B Jordan, Denzel Washington, Rocky Balboa

Yorgos Lanthimos Enters Negotiations With Willem Dafoe for Poor Things

Yorgos Lanthimos enters negotiations with Willem Dafoe for Poor Things Just over a month after development on the project was first announced, Yorgos Lanthimos’ adaptation of Poor Things is looking to expand its cast as the four-time Oscar nominee has entered talks with fellow four-Oscar nom Willem Dafoe (The Lighthouse) to co-star in the film, according to Deadline. RELATED: Poor Things: Stone & Lanthimos to Reunite For Reimagining of Frankenstein It’s currently unclear who Dafoe will por...
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‘Tina’ Trailer: Explore the Life and Career of Music Icon Tina Turner in a New HBO Documentary

Tina Turner is the definition of an icon. With incredible pipes and boundless energy, she’s a tour de force, whether it’s in the recording booth or on the stage. But her life and career are filled with tragedy and struggle alongside her immense success, and the new HBO documentary Tina will tell the whole story, complete with perspective from Tina Turner herself. Watch the Tina Turner documentary trailer below for a glimpse at the upcoming film. Tina Turner Documentary Trailer HBO promis...
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‘Them’ Trailer: An Amazon Anthology Series About Terror in America

In Them, a Black family moves into an all-white Los Angeles neighborhood in the 1950s, and you can probably guess that the move doesn’t go smoothly. Not only will the family have to deal with racist neighbors, but it looks like something supernatural is lurking about as well. The new horror anthology series (or terror anthology series, as they’re officially calling it) is headed to Amazon in April, and you can watch an incredibly creepy trailer below. Them Trailer Created by Little Marv...
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Review: Hunger Ward

— by BEV QUESTAD — A cruel conflict in the poorest Gulf country has strafed a culture and its people with the assistance of the US since 2015. In America, it is called the War in Yemen or the Yemeni Civil War. In the Middle East, it is called the Saudi-American War. It took acclaimed […]
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Marcia Fudge sworn in as HUD secretary with a fair housing focus

NAR looks forward to working with Fudge "to address racial disparities in real estate and our nation’s persistent housing affordability crisis."
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S-ka ni Totsuida M Jou no Nichijou Looking to Play Naughty

The fetish of S&M gets time in the spotlight as the first episode of the sex-filled S-ka ni Totsuida M Jou no Nichijou will contain plenty such shenanigans, hopefully entertaining watchers that require more than just the usual vanilla antics in order to be stimulated. The PV for the first episode doesn’t tease a whole […]
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CBC Mortgage Agency names its first-ever diversity, equity and inclusion officer

The company tapped current Director of Government Affairs Tai Christensen to lead the company's diversity, equity and inclusion efforts alongside of committee of 15 employees.
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The Bee Gees Biopic to Be Directed By ‘Thor’ Filmmaker Kenneth Branagh

How deep is Kenneth Branagh‘s love for The Bee Gees? Apparently pretty deep, because he has been hired to direct a Bee Gees biopic of the acclaimed band for Paramount Pictures. According to a new report, “the movie will center on the life and times of the genre-spanning band, following the humble beginnings of brothers Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb into their journey to pop superstardom.” Variety reports that the Bee Gees biopic is set to be directed by none other than Thor and Murder on the ...
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"Sometime in November of 1985, a black bear living in the Chattahoochee National Forest in north Georgia stumbled upon a duffel bag containing about 75 pounds of 95 percent pure cocaine."

"The bear, which only weighed about 175 pounds itself, ate some of the cocaine and died within about 20 minutes.... The chief medical examiner at the Georgia State Crime Lab later estimated the bear had absorbed about 3 or 4 grams of cocaine into its bloodstream at the time of its death. After about a week, a local hunter, never identified, found the bear and told his friends about it, but didn’t report it to the authorities.... On the morning of Sept. 11, 1985, Fred M. Myers of Knoxville, Tenne...
Tags: Movies, Law, Drugs, Georgia, Bears, Myers, Knoxville Tennessee, Chattahoochee National Forest, Ann Althouse, Georgia State Crime Lab, Fred M Myers, Miami Jockey Club

Michael B. Jordan to Helm Creed III, MGM Sets Thanksgiving 2022 Release

Michael B. Jordan to helm Creed III, MGM sets Thanksgiving 2022 release After word first began swirling in October the Black Panther star was eyeing the chair for himself, Deadline has brought word that Michael B. Jordan is officially set to make his directorial debut with Creed III and the studio has set the film for a Thanksgiving 2022 release. RELATED: Without Remorse Trailer: Michael B. Jordan Stars in Amazon’s Tom Clancy Adaptation “Directing has always been an aspiration, but the tim...
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THX 1138 at 50: Looking Back at George Lucas' Dystopian Art Film

Say the name George Lucas and people obviously think Star Wars. That tends to happen when you create one of the biggest film franchises of all time. But when Lucas himself thinks of his career, you have to suspect he thinks back to its origins. It all began with a dystopian sci-fi student film that became a feature…Read more...
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Insight Editions Announces Supernatural 15 Seasons: The Crew Member’s Souvenir Book

Insight Editions Announces Supernatural 15 Seasons: The Crew Member’s Souvenir Book Insight Editions has revealed a special new book of photography titled Supernatural 15 Seasons: The Crew Member’s Souvenir, available to pre-order now. The book, from Supernatural’s Emmy-nominated production designer, co-producer, and director Jerry Wanek, will be published on April 6, 2021. You can pre-order your copy of this collector’s item by clicking here! Wanek received his Emmy nomination for Outstandin...
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