AT&T, Cigna abandon promises to stop financing Republicans who voted to overturn the election

Erin Schaff/Getty Images AT&T and Cigna have resumed funding GOP election objectors, Popular Information reported Friday. Some companies paused PAC contributions after GOP efforts to overturn Biden's victory led to violence. Here's how much each S&P 500 corporate PAC had given - and if they've paused or resumed contributions. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. AT&T and Cigna both gave money last month to groups overseen by Republican lawmakers who sought t...
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Ryan Reynolds Finally Watched ‘Green Lantern’ And Live-Tweeted His Reactions

He’s a hero for even embarking on this journey If you ask anyone, “Hey, do you remember Green Lantern from 2011?” There are only two possible answers, “No,” or, “Ugh, unfortunately.” We’ve all got our own share of mistakes. For the entire cast of Cats (2020) it was Cats (2020), for Ryan Reynolds it was Green Lantern. In fact, the film was so profoundly bad and impacted so many people because of how bad it was that during the credits of Deadpool 2, Ryan Reynolds (as Deadpool) goes back...
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NPR on Justice League and Raya

'Zack Snyder's Justice League': Vindication For Fans But What About Everybody Else? Pop Culture Happy Hour March 19, 2021 Glen Weldon, J.C. Howard, Jordan Morris https://www.npr.org/2021/03/17/978333551/zack-snyders-justice-league-vindication-for-fans-but-what-about-everybody-else https://play.podtrac.com/510282/edge1.pod.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/   Here At Long (Really Long) Last, 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' Is ... Not Bad...
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Betancourt on Justice League recut

How Zack Snyder finally created the 'Justice League' he wanted all along [in print as Doing justice to Snyder's vision] David Betancourt Washington Post March 19, 2021  p C1-2 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/03/17/snyder-cut-justice-league-hbo-max/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Star Reach #2 - Neal Adams cover, Jim Starlin art

Neal AdamsStar Reach v1 #2, 1975 - Featuring a new character named Stephanie Starr, Neal Adams contributes a dreamy cover montage for her debut. Inside, Jim Starlin's two short stories are more ironic and philosophical in tone. His artwork is somewhat unpolished, but retains his enthusiasm. Other artists in this issue include Dick Giordano and Lee Marrs. This is number 2 of 2 Star Reach [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Steve Ditko original art - Iron Man #160 page

Steve Ditko -Original page from Iron Man #160, 1980s  - - - - - - - - - Home / Original art / Ditko original art ebay  >Ditko original art [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Ero-Artist Boris Completely Infatuated With Cute Nintendo Girls

Artist Boris (Noborhys)‘s erotic yearning for the females of Nintendo (and others) still remains as potent as ever and his illustrations still have the girls taking part in all sorts of lecherous scenarios that other artists will likely find difficult to surpass in terms of quality. A gallery featuring the lovely ladies seen in Smash […]
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Review: City of Lies

— by RON WILKINSON — A gangsta rap artist dies in a hail of bullets after a late night all-out party in L.A. Not so amazing. A few days later, an undercover L.A. cop kills another undercover L.A. cop in an apparent road rage incident. That is a story, and city detective Russell Poole thinks […]
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SXSW 2021 Review - HERE BEFORE

A mother becomes convinced her dead daughter has returned in the form of her new neighbours' child. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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TV Bits: Down to Earth with Zac Efron, The Powerpuff Girls, Russian Doll, The Flight Attendant, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Russian Doll finds a new cast member for season 2 Down to Earth with Zac Efron begins shooting its second season Netflix’s Prank Encounters season 2 gets a trailer Watch the trailer for new docuseries Moment of Truth Kim’s Convenience has closed up shop And more! If you’re into prank shows and Stranger Things, Netflix is hoping you’ll dig the combination it has put together for Prank Encounters, which is hosted by Dustin himself, Gaten Matarazzo. Here’s the t...
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‘My Love’ Trailer: A Year in the Lives of Six Elderly Couples From Around the World

The South Korean documentary My Love, Don’t Cross That River serves as the inspiration for My Love, a new Netflix docuseries that follows a year in the lives of six elderly couples from around the world. The show moves between Brazil, India, Japan, Korea, the United States, and Spain, and based on the trailer below, it looks like it’s going to make you cry your damn eyes out. My Love Trailer In the 2013 documentary My Love, Don’t Cross That River, filmmaker Jin Mo-young followed an elde...
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Mushoku Tensei ~Game Ninatte mo Honki Dasu~ Butchers All the Beasts

Mushoku Tensei‘s popularity has apparently reached a high enough level for it to warrant its own gacha-laden smartphone game, with Mushoku Tensei ~Game Ninatte mo Honki Dasu~ containing all the familiar characters on top of intense RPG battles of the sort that smartphone game players are probably already acquainted with. The short trailer for the […]
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The CW’s Walker 1.08 Promo & Synopsis: Fine Is A Four Letter Word

The CW’s Walker 1.08 promo & synopsis: Fine Is A Four Letter Word The CW has released the official promo and synopsis for Walker 1.08 titled “Fine Is A Four Letter Word,” featuring a rescue mission as a tornado touches down in Austin. The series is going on another brief hiatus and will return with new episodes on Thursday, April 8 on The CW! Written by Katherine Alyse and directed by Stacey K. Black, the official synopsis for Episode 1.08 reads: “A tornado touches down in Austin and it’s all...
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‘Five Days At Memorial’: Vera Farmiga to Star in Apple TV+ Hurricane Katrina Series

Vera Farmiga is set to star in the new Apple TV+ Original, Five Days At Memorial, a limited series from Oscar winner John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) and Emmy winner Carlton Cuse (Lost) that chronicles the first five days at a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city. Apple announced that Vera Farmiga (When They See Us) will star as “Dr. Anna Pou” in Five Days At Memorial, a limited series for Apple TV+ based on the acclaimed non-fiction novel by Pulitzer-winning author...
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‘God is a Bullet’: Jamie Foxx, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, January Jones Lead Action Thriller

Jamie Foxx, Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Mad Men star January Jones and more are set to star in God is a Bullet, a movie directed by The Notebook helmer Nick Cassevetes, which follows a man who infiltrates a satanic cult that killed his ex-wife and kidnapped his daughter. Deadline reports that Coster-Waldau is set to star in God is a Bullet as “vice detective Bob Hightower, who finds his ex-wife murdered and daughter kidnapped by a satanic cult. Frustrated by the botched offic...
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‘Crater’: Mckenna Grace to Star in Disney+ Film Described as ‘Stand By Me’ on the Moon

Mckenna Grace may not be a Big Deal quite yet, but considering the way things are going for her, it won’t be long before she’s a household name. The 14-year-old actor has already appeared in films like Captain Marvel and Ready Player One, and she’ll soon play a significant role in Sony’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Now she’s snagged what could be one of her biggest roles yet: a supporting part in Crater, a Disney+ sci-fi coming-of-age movie that shares some DNA with Rob Reiner’s 1986 classic Stand...
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Michael Chiklis to Portray Red Auerbach in HBO’s Lakers Series

Michael Chiklis to portray Red Auerbach in HBO’s Lakers series The cast for HBO’s drama series centered on the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s continues to grow as Michael Chiklis has joined the protect to play Red Auerbach, according to Deadline. Arnold Jacob “Red” Auerbach was the legendary basketball coach of the Boston Celtics, winning nine NBA championships. Auerbach won seven more championships as general manager, and when the Lakers’ “rise threatens to destroy his Boston dynasty, Auerb...
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SXSW 2021: Malcolm Ingram's 'Clerk' Documentary on Kevin Smith

"More often than not, a hero’s most epic battle is the one you never see; it’s the battle that goes on within him or herself." Love him or hate him, Kevin Smith is a fascinating guy and iconic filmmaker. Love him or hate him, he has made 13 movies (so far), created a podcast empire, and cemented himself in pop culture history as a famous fanboy. Like many of us, he started as a film lover. He always wanted to be a storyteller, but had no idea if he could ever be successful. After seeing Linkla...
Tags: Movies, Review, Documentaries, Smith, Sxsw, Kevin Smith, Linklater, Vancouver Film School, Scott Mosier, Malcolm Ingram

James Frecheville Joins Peaky Blinders Season 6 in New BTS Photo

James Frecheville joins Peaky Blinders Season 6 in new BTS photo The official Peaky Blinders Twitter account has announced that James Frecheville has joined the cast of Peaky Blinders Season 6. Details on the character Frecheville will be playing have not yet been revealed. However, a new behind-the-scenes photo taken by Matt Squire was also shared, which you can view in full in the post below! Frecheville’s other credits include Black ’47, Animal Kingdom, The Drop, Adore, The Dry, Requiem, a...
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‘Lost City of D’ Cast Now Includes Daniel Radcliffe as the Villain

Lost City of D has found its villain: Daniel Radcliffe. The Harry Potter star joins leads Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum in an adventure rom-com that’s being compared to Romancing the Stone. Patti Harrison and Da’Vine Joy Randolph are also part of the cast, with Adam and Aaron Nee directing a script from Dana Fox and Oren Uziel. Deadline broke the news that Daniel Radcliffe has joined the Lost City of D cast as the film’s villain. While the title makes one think of the great, underseen fi...
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Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Cartoon

Squid ink. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven’t covered. Read my blog posting guidelines here. [Author: Bruce Schneier]
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The 67 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 57 best movies on Amazon Prime right now

Feel like laughing? Crying? Little bit of both? Spend less time deciding and more time watching with our curated list of the best movies on Amazon Prime.
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Bubble & Dolls Has Tons of Girls Shooting Their Clothes Off With Squirt Guns

A game seemingly taking inspiration from Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash has emerged on smartphones in the form of Bubble & Dolls, tasking players with controlling a cute girl to blast the clothes off other girls by way of water-based weaponry. Babu Doru revolves around 3v3 matches where players gun down opponents with their customized […]
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‘Combat Control’: Jake Gyllenhaal to Star in War Film From ‘Extraction’ Director

Extraction director Sam Hargrave has found a new movie to make. He’ll direct Combat Control, a film about Afghanistan War soldier and Medal of Honor recipient John Chapman. And after working with one Marvel Cinematic Universe star in Extraction (Thor actor Chris Hemsworth), Hargrave will be working with another MCU alum this time around: Spider-Man: Far From Home actor Jake Gyllenhaal. A new report from Deadline says MGM is in talks to acquire Combat Control, which tells the story of John Cha...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Afghanistan, Netflix, Jake-Gyllenhaal, New York Times, Al Qaeda, Sam Mendes, Vietnam, Air Force, Marvel Studios, MGM, Deadline, Alexander, Gyllenhaal, Chapman

The Perils Of Thinking (Limerick)

While thinking’s a fine thing to do, Lately thoughts have been turning me blue. They kick up a stink, So I can’t sleep a wink. (What a shame that there’s no one to sue.) Happy “World Sleep Day!” (3rd Friday of March)
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Watch: Amusing Animated Nature Short 'Curious World of Animals'

"Here is what tiger's look like when they're all alone in the jungle and nobody can see them." If you need a good laugh, stop and take five minutes to watch this animated short. Curious World of Animals is a fun animated short "documentary" film made by animation filmmakers Dante Zaballa and Osian Efnisien. They made this last year during the pandemic and released small segments of it to make people laugh while in lockdown. Now they've put all of the bits together. The animation is a bit rid...
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CS Video: Stars Joel McHale & Kerry Bishé on Dark Rom-Com Happily

CS Video: Stars Joel McHale & Kerry Bishé on dark rom-com Happily Just in time for the film’s release, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with stars Joel McHale (The Informant) and Kerry Bishé (Penny Dreadful: City of Angels) to discuss their work on the thrilling dark romantic comedy Happily. Our interview can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Happily Review: A Devilishly Clever Twilight Zone Riff on the Rom-Com Genre Written and directed by BenDavid Grabinski (Are You Afrai...
Tags: Video, Movies, Interview, Features, Joel Mchale, City Of Angels, Dave Green, Paul Scheer, Kyle Newman, Movie News, Tom McHale, Charlyne Yi, Breckin Meyer, Kerry Bishé, Natalie Zea, Al Madrigal

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