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YouTube is temporarily demonetizing David Dobrik's channels following a rape allegation against his former Vlog Squad cohort Dom Durte

David Dobrik speaks onstage during Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards on March 13, 2021. Rich Fury/KCA2021/Getty Images for Nickelodeon YouTube is temporarily blocking David Dobrik and Durte Dom from making money off ads. The company said it demonetized the channels following a rape allegation against Durte Dom. Insider first reported the allegation brought by a woman featured in a 2018 vlog. See more stories on Insider's business page. YouTube has temporarily blocked David Dobr...
Tags: News, Media, Entertainment, Sexual Assault, Youtube, Advertising, Trends, Creators, Nickelodeon, Ea Sports, Lamborghini, Tech Insider, Jason Nash, Kat Tenbarge, Dispo, David Dobrik


The Lily's lastest covid comic

I've picked up new habits in the pandemic. Will they stick? In a relentless year, it's hard to notice when things shift (Rachel Quast for The Lily) Rachel Quast Mar. 21, 2021 https://www.thelily.com/ive-picked-up-new-habits-in-the-pandemic-will-they-stick/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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April 19: Global Comics Lecture Series: Comics and the Humanization of the Middle Eastern Experience (Virtual Event)

Global Comics Lecture Series: Comics and the Humanization of the Middle Eastern Experience (Virtual Event) April 19, 2021 2:00 PM - 3:30 PMhttps://library.osu.edu/events/global-comics-lecture-series-comics-and-the-humanization-of-the-middle-eastern-experience...
Tags: Comics, Npr, Mike Rhode, Iasmin Omar Ata, Ohio State University Libraries, Iasmin


Normalize Ignoring Celebrities (White Font)

Beware ANY group that subscribes to groupthink; let alone one that covers for predators in their... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
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More Fun Comics #73 - 1st Aquaman, Green Arrow (key)

More Fun Comics #73More Fun Comics v1 #73, 1941 - Although not featured on the cover, two major DC characters make their debut this issue. Aquaman rescues the survivors of a Nazi submarine attack, then proceeds to tell them his origin story before. Using his telepathic rapport with sea creatures, he eventually hunts down the perpetrators. In a separate tale, Green Arrow and Speedy hunt down a [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Western Kid - comic series checklist

- - - - - - - - - - Western Kid v1 Atlas 1954-57 1 2-8 9 - Williamson art 10 - Williamson art 11-17 - - - - - - - - - - Western Kid v2 Marvel 1971-72 1,2 3 - Williamson reprint 4,5 - - - - - - - - - -Home / Atlas / Marvel / A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Our Army At War #186 - Neal Adams art, Joe Kubert cover & reprint

Joe Kubert Our Army At War v1 #186 featuring Sgt. Rock, 1967 - A reckless solider takes on all risks in the hope of earning a medal. Neal Adams delivers a splendid back-up tale, his third of the series. With the exception of some odd foreshortening on page 4 panel 1, the artist does a largely credible job with both the layouts and drawings. Adams' talent for rendering character faces and [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, War, Dc, Unknown, 1960s, Adams, Kubert, Neal Adams, Joe Kubert, Our Army at War


Japanese CEO Gives Employees a Day Off to Play Monster Hunter Rise

Masaki Hiyama, the CEO of a virtual reality development company called Mark-on, has announced he will be giving his employees one day off to enjoy Capcom’s newest installment of the monster-bashing action game, Monster Hunter. Hiyama explained his decision to Huffington Post Japan, asserting that a lot of employees have expressed a desire to play […]
Tags: Business, Games, Anime, Announcements, Pc Gaming, Capcom, Monster Hunter, Nintendo Switch, Huffington Post Japan, Masaki Hiyama, Hunter Hiyama


James Gunn Unveils New Poster for The Suicide Squad Ahead of Trailer!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW James Gunn unveils new poster for The Suicide Squad ahead of trailer! With only a few months left until the arrival of James Gunn’s highly-anticipated DC Extended Universe standalone sequel, the filmmaker took to Twitter to unveil the new poster from the forthcoming The Suicide Squad while also announcing a trailer is set to premiere tomorrow! The new trailer can be viewed below! RELATED: James Gunn May Have Another DC Project After Suicide Squad & Peacemaker I’ll jus...
Tags: Movies, US, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Idris Elba, James Gunn, Margot Robbie, Boomerang, David Ayer, TDK, Gunn, Waller, Amanda Waller, Sean Gunn, Kinnaman, Michael Rooker


‘The Virtuoso’ Trailer: Anthony Hopkins Wears Sunglasses and Orders Assassinations in This Action Thriller

No one can chew up a scene like Anthony Hopkins playing a villain. And though the Academy Award winner is earning buzz now for his Oscar-nominated turn as an aging patriarch in The Father (making him the oldest Best Actor nominee ever), Hopkins proves that he can still send a chill down our spines if he wants to. And this time, he’s wearing sunglasses. Watch Hopkins antagonize Anson Mount (Star Trek: Discovery) in the trailer for The Virtuoso. The Virtuoso Trailer Hopkins stars as an en...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Thriller, Movie Trailers, Anthony-Hopkins, Hopkins, Mount, David Morse, Lionsgate Films, Abbie Cornish, Anson Mount, The Virtuoso, Anthony Hopkins Wears Sunglasses, Anson Mount Star Trek, Virtuoso Co, Nick Stagliano The Virtuoso


Superhero Bits: William Shakespeare’s Avengers, Ben Affleck’s Batman Movie Would Have Had Batgirl & More

Will you read William Shakespeare’s version of the Avengers movies? Want to learn how to drawn Daredevil? Who is playing Black Mask in the second season of Batwoman? Want to see a WandaVision credits sequence in the style of the sitcom Friends? How would Batgirl have popped up in Ben Affleck‘s abandoned Batman movie? Want to see Groot‘s lines from the MCU translated? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Find out how to draw The Man Without Fear in a Daredevil lesson with Ma...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Avengers, Batgirl, Batman, Batwoman, Black Adam, Daredevil, Justice-League, Spider-man, Superman, Superman and Lois, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, The-Flash, WandaVision


The Big Reveal

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Friday, March 26 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for March 26, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Curb Your Enthusiasm Location: 336 S Rossmore Ave., Los Angeles TV Series: This Is Us Location: 102 N Norton Ave., Los Angeles TV Series: Full Bloom Location: 250 S Harbor Blvd (Berth 87), San Pedro Filming in Illinois TV Series: […] The post Friday, March 26 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Illinois, Filming Locations, Daily Filming Locations, Rossmore Ave Los Angeles, Norton Ave Los Angeles, San Pedro Filming, Harbor Blvd Berth


Deadpool: Samurai Manga “Marvel’s Most-Read Series in Recent History”

Japanese manga has continued to be marginally more popular than the narrative-driven comics produced in the West as the Japan-exclusive Deadpool: Samurai manga is said to be Marvel’s most-read series in recent history, a fact that hardcore comics fans are probably unsurprised by. Deadpool: Samurai stars the titular Deadpool as he travels across Japan and […]
Tags: Business, Comics, Japan, Politics, Usa, Marvel, West, Statistics, Anime, Deadpool, Manga, Samurai Manga


Celebrate Drawing Day By Experimenting With Gel Pens

Drawing Day is dedicated to celebrating the art of drawing. By dedicating a day to the creation and admiration of this art form, the founders of Drawing Day hope that art enthusiasts worldwide... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Support the Shorts: You Can Watch a Selection of SXSW 2021 Short Films For Free Right Now

The virtual SXSW is over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get in on some of the movie action. The folks at Oscilloscope Laboratories and Mailchimp have once again put together a program to #SupportTheShorts, allowing viewers to watch a bunch of SXSW 2021 short films online for free. The shorts include titles like Chuj Boys of Summer (directed by Max Walker-Silverman) and Malignant (directed by Morgan Bond), just to name a few. There are local films from Texas, creepy Midnight titles, documentar...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Kim, Cuba, Mailchimp, Sxsw, Polaris, Oscilloscope Laboratories, Film Festivals, Andrew Carter, Janet Pierson, Dan Berger, Short Films, Jan Van Dyck, Julie Lake, O Scop


Strawberry Radio starts Stockport County commentary

Stockport’s Strawberry Radio has partnered with Stockport County to provide live home match commentary. The station launched in September 2019 by the former Imagine FM team, Paul Taylor and Chellce AJ to support provide a local radio service. Paul Taylor told RadioToday: “We are incredibly excited about our partnership with Stockport county. “This is just one of a number of amazing local partners we have made, it’s been a testing year for everyone but there has certainly been a need and grow...
Tags: Radio, Stockport, County, Paul Taylor, Stockport County, Station News, Mark Stott, Strawberry Radio, Chellce AJ


‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Featurette: How the Disney+ Series is Picking Up the Mantle

Following its debut, fans and critics alike noted how much The Falcon and the Winter Soldier felt like a continuation of the style and scope of the Marvel Cinematic Universe — an action series that could deliver in Hollywood-sized spectacle. But while executive producer Nate Moore notes in a new The Falcon and the Winter Soldier featurette that their aim was to make the Disney+ show “feel as big and as engrossing” as the MCU, they also aimed to bring some of the character stuff that made Marvel...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Marvel, Disney, America, Sam, Marvel Studios, Steve, Mantle, Falcon, Video Clips, Moore, Daniel Brühl, Marvel Disney, Sam Wilson


First Trailer for Sensational Doc 'Awaken' Presented by Malick & Reggio

"Our moment." Step aside Godfrey Reggio, it's time for other filmmakers to present their vision of our world in glorious 4K HDR. Awaken is a documentary feature from filmmaker / cinematographer Tom Löwe, of the timelapse film TimeScapes previously. This is his latest creation - shot over a 5-year period in more than 30 countries, he pioneers state-of-the-art timelapse, time-dilation, underwater, and aerial cinematography techniques to give audiences new eyes with which to see our world. Exec...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Earth, Documentaries, Terrence Malick, Cosmos, Malick, Godfrey Reggio, Tom Lowe, To Watch, Joe Trapanese


‘The Toll’ Exclusive Clip: Anyone Up For a 3 A.M. Stroll Through the Woods?

In the new horror film The Toll, a woman and her taxi driver end up stranded in the middle of nowhere late at night. As if that weren’t awkward enough, there may or may not be some sort of malevolent unseen presence lurking in the darkness, watching them. Cue the spooky music! T he Toll is headed to theaters, digital, and On Demand this week, and we’re debuting an exclusive clip from the film to set the mood. Watch it below. The Toll Clip  In The Toll, “When Cami orders a taxi service t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Video Clips, Spencer, CAMI, Rosemary Dunsmore, The Toll, Michael Nader, Jordan Hayes Max Topplin James McGowan, Cami Jordan Hayes


Uma Musume Game’s OP Song Transformed Into Famicom Version

An individual skilled at transforming songs into a type that would appear in a game for the Famicom (Nintendo) console has worked their magic on the OP song for the Uma Musume smartphone game, surely instilling nostalgia and amazement whilst possibly convincing less knowledgeable people that the title is played on the retro system. The […]
Tags: Games, Music, Sports, OP, Smartphones, Anime, Retro, Anthropomorphisation, Kemonomimi, Famicom, Uma Musume, Casuals, Uma Musume Game, Famicom Nintendo


RE/MAX launches new agent healthcare program

The program promises to give agents, brokers, managers and their families access to PPO coverage from Aetna.
Tags: Benefits, Radio, Healthcare, Agent, Industry News, Keller Williams, Aetna, Realogy, Brokerage, Select, News Brief, RE/MAX, R4, R4 Convention, Nick Bailey, Stride


Review: My Name is Pedro

— by BEV QUESTAD — The guy is lovingly mistaken for Jesus with his dark wavy long hair, lovely smile, and golden face full of light, love and energy. The kids line the halls reaching for his hand. This used to be the assistant superintendent of secondary education for The East Ramapo Central School District, […]
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‘Separation’ Trailer: A Death in the Family Awakens Ghoulish Creatures

There’s an entire sub-genre of horror films devoted to kids who become aware of creepy, malevolent forces before the adults around them realize what the hell is going on, and Separation seems to fit nicely into that sub-genre. In this creepy-looking horror film from director William Brent Bell (The Boy), a death in the family seems to awaken all kinds of malevolent forces. Watch the Separation trailer below. Separation Trailer  The trailer for Separation seems to be running through a ch...
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Watch: Oscar-Nominated Short Doc 'Do Not Split' About Hong Kong

"Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times!" The fight for democracy captured on camera. Do Not Split 不割席 is an excellent short documentary by filmmaker Anders Hammer, who was on the streets in Hong Kong filming the protests in 2019. After premiering at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, the film earned a Best Documentary Short nomination at this year's Academy Awards. Congrats! In 2019 Hong Kong was rocked by the largest protests since Britain handed back the area to China in 1997. This is ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, China, Beijing, Britain, Documentaries, Short Film, To Watch, Anders Hammer


Brad Pitt is Going From Playing a Stuntman to Doing His Own Stunts for ‘Bullet Train’

Brad Pitt knows a thing or two about stuntmen. Last year he collected a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his portrayal of a late ’60s stuntman in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood — a new career high for the 57-year-old actor. And perhaps that brush with the stunt industry might have awakened something in Pitt, who will apparently be performing his own stunts in the upcoming David Leitch-directed action thriller Bullet Train. Greg Rementer – the second-unit director and stunt c...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Thriller, Sony, Brad-Pitt, Quentin Tarantino, Tom Cruise, Jason Statham, Bullet Train, Pitt, Brad, Leitch, John Wick, David Leitch, Chad Stahelski


Emmy Winner & Golden Globe Nominee Jessica Walter Dies at Age 80

Emmy winner & Golden Globe nominee Jessica Walter dies at age 80 ComingSoon.net is saddened to report (via Variety) that Emmy winner and two-time Golden Globe nominee Jessica Walter, best known for her roles in the Jason Bateman-led ensemble sitcom Arrested Development and beloved FX animated series Archer, has died at the age of 80. Though an exact cause of death has yet to be determined, sources report that Walter passed away in her sleep in her New York home. RELATED: Legendary Actor Yap...
Tags: TV, New York, Viola Davis, Movies, Nbc, Abc, Fox, Netflix, Hawaii, Clint Eastwood, Beverly Hills, TV News, Archer, Obituary, Natasha Lyonne, Jason Bateman


‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Director Adam Wingard Was Once Hand-Picked By Peter Jackson to Make a Sequel to 2005’s ‘King Kong’

After his Oscar-winning success with the Lord of the Rings trilogy, director Peter Jackson rolled right into one of his long-time passion projects: directing a remake of King Kong. That 2005 film made more than $562 million worldwide, which ultimately wasn’t quite enough to justify a sequel. But before the notion of a sequel was scrapped, one was actually in development, and Jackson had his eye on a director for the project: Adam Wingard, who eventually went on to direct the Eighth Wonder of th...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Features, United States, Sequels, Guillermo Del Toro, Universal, Warner Bros, Jackson, Godzilla, Peter-Jackson, Skull Island, Warner Brothers, Joe Cornish, Legendary Pictures, Kong


In-N-Out Burger heiress wants $16.8M for swanky LA mansion

Lynsi Snyder, the heiress of the iconic West Coast In-N-Out burger chain has slashed the price for her Bradbury Estates mansion to $16.8 million.
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Must See Concept Art Trailer for Sci-Fi Sequel 'The Last Starfighters'

"You have been recruited by the Star League to defend the frontier." Hollywood screenwriter Gary Whitta has revealed a special pitch trailer "sizzle reel" that they created for The Last Starfigher sequel already in development (tentatively) called The Last Starfighters. This trailer features concept art with a score and a tiny bit of dialogue from the original shown at the end. Whitta originally dropped some of the concept on Twitter back in 2018, so we've seen most of this stuff before, but...
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