The Ship Is Free, Why Am I So Sad

Suez Canal Authority via AFP/Get Put it back.... put it BACK Last week the world was captivated by Ever Given, the cargo ship that became lodged in the Suez Canal, effectively halting 12% of the world’s trade for a full work week. This caused many people to say, “Hey, perhaps it’s not very good that a single waterway’s functionality can make or break a sizeable chunk of global trade.” But then a much more important revelation was made, which was that Ever Given’s final cour...
Tags: Humor, Suez Canal, Tenet, Josh Billinson, Suez Canal Authority, Sloane Hughes, Evergreen Marine

Alasan Untuk Bermain Judi Di Agen SBOBET Online

Alasan Untuk Bermain Judi Di Agen SBOBET Online – Main Judi memang menyenangkan. Apalagi jika kita bermain Judi di Situs Judi seperti Situs Judi dan Agen Judi seperti SBOBET. Nah, jika anda masih belum mengerti kenapa kami merekomendasikan Situs dan Agen SBOBET, maka berikut adalah beberapa alasan untuk bermain Judi di Agen SBOBET Online yang mungkin akan membuat anda tertarik untuk bermain di Situs Judi ini. Alasan Untuk Berjudi Di Agen SBOBET 1. Anda Bisa Bermain Kapan Pun And...
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Our Fighting Forces #66 - Joe Kubert art

Our Fighting Forces #66Our Fighting Forces v1 #66, 1962 - Told from the perspective of a camera, a series of war photographs is explained in great detail, covering the various battles only days before. The theme of anthropomorphized objects is not uncommon in DC war books, mostly used for variety's sake. Joe Kubert masterfully draws the shifting angles and viewpoints in the story. Most impressive [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Dogeza de Tanondemita Ero-Manga Begs All Sorts of Working Girls for Nudity

The raunchy Dogeza de Tanondemita, a series that revolves around a desperate beta male begging females to show him their breasts, has plenty of erotic moments dedicated to working girls, specifically women in all sorts of official occupations as they shyly submit to the protagonist’s erotic requests. Only some of the pages in the “profession […]
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Manga, Miko, Oppai, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Maids, Ero-manga, Waitress, Dogeza de Tanondemita

First Trailer and Poster for Guy Ritchie’s WRATH OF MAN, Starring Jason Statham

First look at Ritchie and Statham's latest team-up. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Being the Ricardos’ Adds Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, and More

With another Oscar nomination under his belt for The Trial of the Chicago 7, writer/director Aaron Sorkin is setting his eyes on another real-world scenario for his next film: the lives of 1950s sitcom royalty Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Being the Ricardos stars the unexpected pairing of Nicole Kidman as Lucy and Javier Bardem as Desi, the boundary-pushing pioneers and I Love Lucy stars, and now Sorkin has added a few additional names to his cast. Tony Hale (Veep), Alia Shawkat (Search Party),...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Casting, Molly, Aaron-Sorkin, Chicago, Nicole Kidman, The Office, Justice League, Lucy, Lucille Ball, Fred, Kidman, Simmons, Lacy

‘The Year Earth Changed’ Trailer: Apple TV+ Doc Hones in on Nature and Wildlife in the Age of Coronavirus

For the past year, humanity has been dealing with the threat of the coronavirus pandemic. While it’s been a nightmare for millions to be stuck at home in order to keep themselves safe from COVID-19, it hasn’t been quite so bad for nature and the animal kingdom. Thanks to the drastic decrease in human activity around the globe, the natural world was given more freedom to explore parts of the globe that they otherwise never would have seen. A new Apple TV+ documentary called The Year Earth Change...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Documentary, Himalayas, Movie Trailers, David Attenborough, Appletv, COVID, The Year Earth Changed

18-Meter Tapeworm Extracted from Raw Beef Eating Thai Man

Negligence and lack of medical concern has potentially led to this abominably grotesque occurrence as an 18-meter long tapeworm was extracted from the body of an old Thai man, one said to be the longest recorded in Thailand in 50 years. Suffering from “extreme flatulence” and agony of the stomach region, the 67-year-old Thai man […]
Tags: Health, Animals, Medical, International, Bizarre, Thailand, Records, Anime, Parasites

Tuesday, March 30 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for March 30, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: American Crime Story: Impeachment Location: 51 S Windsor Blvd.; 120 S Irving Blvd., Los Angeles TV Series: Untitled Jean Smart Project Location: 4401 W 8th St., Los Angeles TV Series: 9-1-1: Lone Star Location: 1900 E 7th Pl., Los […] The post Tuesday, March 30 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Daily Filming Locations, Irving Blvd Los Angeles, 8th St Los Angeles, Windsor Blvd

Superhero Bits: ‘Justice League’ Plot Hole Explained, Daisy Ridley Responds to ‘Spider-Woman’ Rumors & More

Want to see WonderCon panels for Invincible and Batwoman from last weekend? Will Danny Elfman use Michael Giacchino‘s Doctor Strange theme? What t-shirt did Nathan Fillion sport on The Suicide Squad set? What did Daisy Ridley have to say about Spider-Woman rumors? Did you know Wyatt Russell auditioned to be Captain America before Chris Evans landed the part? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. WonderCon brought together the creators and cast of Amazon’s Invincible series f...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Superman, America, Suicide Squad, Justice-League, Batwoman, Avengers, X-men, Doctor Strange, Vfx, Chris Evans, Falcon, Daisy Ridley, Evan Peters, Ridley

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‘Thundercats’ Movie to Be Directed By ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Helmer Adam Wingard

Holy Snarf, a Thundercats movie is finally happening – and the project has found its director. Adam Wingard, the director of You’re Next, The Guest, and this week’s gigantic MonsterVerse movie Godzilla vs. Kong, has been tapped to direct a Thundercats film for Warner Bros. based on the popular 1980s animated television series. And it sounds like Wingard is a massive fan, because in a new interview, he makes this bold claim: “Nobody on this planet knows or has thought as much about Thundercats a...
Tags: Television, Movies, Michael Bay, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Warner Bros, Godzilla, Thundercats, Warner Brothers, Toy, Kong, WB, Wingard, Action/Adventure, Roy Lee, Adam Wingard

A Married Teacher Coerced Into Erotic Sex Lessons in Hypnotised Creampie Class

A sultry teacher has become a sex object in Hypnotised Creampie Class as the male protagonist is handed the powers of hypnosis, which he immediately abuses to repeatedly have sex with his attractive teacher and perhaps making many wonder how he is able to get away with sex in such a place. Teacher Keiko is […]
Tags: Games, Adultery, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Visual Novels, Keiko, Hypnotism

Share of homeowners who can’t pay their mortgage hits new low

The share of mortgages in forbearance dropped below 5% in March for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, as homeowners resuming their payments continued to outnumber new requests for relief for the fourth week in a row.
Tags: Mortgages, Radio, Mortgage, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Mortgage Bankers Association, Markets & Economy, Mike Fratantoni, Forbearance, Coronavirus

‘Paranormal Activity’ Sequel Cast Announced for the New Film Slated to Debut on Paramount+

The new Paranormal Activity sequel now has a cast, and in keeping with the franchise’s tradition, it’s made up of actors you probably aren’t very familiar with. Emily Bader, Roland Buck III, Dan Lippert, and Henry Ayres-Brown are all on board the film, which comes from Happy Death Day franchise writer Christopher Landon and Underwater director Will Eubank. Details remain rather vague, but the new Paranormal Activity movie will debut exclusively on Paramount+. The Wrap broke the news on the n...
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‘Wahl Street’ Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Produced a Documentary Series About Mark Wahlberg

Mark Wahlberg is, somehow, one of the biggest stars on the planet. And now he’s got his own HBO documentary series called – wait for it – Wahl Street. This six-part series follows Wahlberg as he tries to balance his busy schedule, which honestly doesn’t sound like a good excuse for a documentary. “Wow, this rich and famous man is doing work!” should not be that surprising, or documentary-worthy, but here we are! Watch the Wahl Street trailer below, and then say hi to your mother for me. Wah...
Tags: Documentary, HBO Max, TV Trailer, Mark-Wahlberg, Wahl Street

‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Posters Assemble the Tune Squad

Space Jam: A New Legacy, the Space Jam sequel that the Internet is mad at because it dared to make Lola Bunny look less sexy, has unveiled a slew of character posters. There’s not much to any of these posters – they’re rather simple, with the same color scheme across the board. But fans of all things Jam will no doubt want to print every single one of these out and tape them to their lockers. Let’s take a look at every single one of these posters, shall we? First up, here’s a poster featuri...
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Showtime’s The Man Who Fell to Earth Adds Clarke Peters to Cast

Showtime’s The Man Who Fell to Earth adds Clarke Peters to cast Nearly a week after adding Oscar nominee Naomie Harris (No Time to Die) and Emmy nominee Jimmi Simpson (Westworld) to its roster, Showtime’s The Man Who Fell to Earth series adaptation is expanding its cast with the addition of The Wire alum and Da 5 Bloods star Clarke Peters, according to Deadline. Peters, who is joining a cast led by Oscar nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor, is set to star as Josiah Falls, patriarch to the Falls Family ...
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Tribeca Film Festival Will Be First Big North American Festival to Bring Back In-Person Screenings

Ever since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit the U.S. in March, film festivals have gone almost entirely virtual — with all the major North American festivals like SXSW, Sundance, TIFF, and more foregoing the in-person experience in favor of digital ones (minus the occasional drive-in or arthouse theater screening). But with the vaccine rollout at a steady pace and the end of the pandemic in sight, the Tribeca Film Festival is taking the steps to become the first North American film festi...
Tags: New York, Movies, New York City, Queens, Robert De Niro, Bronx, Sxsw, Tribeca, Tribeca Film Festival, Film Festivals, New York State Department of Health, Tribeca Enterprises, Jane Rosenthal, Tribeca Festival, COVID, Brookfield Place New York Pier

How to Back Up Your Old PlayStation Games Locally (And Why You Should)

Sony announced it is discontinuing online purchases for the PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and PSP later this year. The PS3’s online store will shutter on July 2, 2021 while the Vita’s store will close on August 27, 2021. PSP games will also be removed for purchase from both consoles on July 2. Read more...
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Official Trailer for Climate Activist Doc 'The Race to Save the World'

"Once you join the battle, you're in the battle… You're in!!" An official trailer has debuted for a compelling new documentary titled The Race to Save the World, about our climate crisis and what can be done now to save our beautiful planet and how to do it. From acclaimed doc filmmaker Joe Gantz (Sex with Strangers, American Winter, Ending Disease), the film follows the lives of many passionate and determined climate scientists, activists, and concerned citizens who are working to shift the...
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The Mopping, Dirt-Disposing Ecovacs Deebot N8 Pro+ Is a Stellar Housemate

Ecovacs Deebot N8 Pro+ | $650 | Amazon | Clip couponRead more...
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Daily Podcast: Thor: Love and Thunder, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Comic-Con, Transformers, Batman, and The Suicide Squad

On the March 29, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by weekend editor Brad Oman  and writers  Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and TV news, including Thor: Love and Thunder, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Comic-Con, Transformers, Batman,  and The Suicide Squad. In The News : Chris: ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Will Feature Russell Crowe HT: ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Cast Adds Kumail Nanjiani, Sung Kang, O’Shea Jackson Jr. an...
Tags: Movies, Ben Affleck, Russell Crowe, Suicide Squad, Batman, James Gunn, Chris, Ben, Peter Sciretta, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume, Manuel Soto, Wild Anti Hero Team

Watch: One-Take Dementia Short Film 'Ruth' Starring Ania Marson

"We are coming back, aren't we?" This is an outstanding short that is undoubtedly worth a watch. Ruth is a one-take narrative short film by filmmakers Arturo M. Antolin & Paul Romero Mendez. This was made using the same kind of equipment and technique as with 1917, and was exec produced by ARRI and Directors UK. Ruth, an elderly lady with dementia, becomes lost within her own home. As she seeks answers, she ends up losing herself further, confusing reality with memories of her past self. Sta...
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The Star Wars Prequels Hid Quite a Few Famous Actors

The Star Wars prequel trilogy itself didn’t launch a lot of its actors into stardom. However, it didn’t manage to hire a great many people who became stars after Darth Vader yelled his famous “Nooooooo!” at the end of Revenge of the Sith. To celebrate the prequel reunion that Disney+’s new Obi-Wan TV series is set to…Read more...
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A parent's review of Disney Plus: It's hands down the best streaming service for kids

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Disney Plus features a ton of kid-friendly content. Disney Plus/Simon Hill/Insider Disney Plus is packed with family-friendly entertainment perfect for parents and their kids. Parental controls allow you to fine-tune what your kids can watch and set a PIN to protect profiles. At $8 a month, Disney Plus is also affordable, making it a great choice for families on a budget. Table of Contents: Masthead Sti...
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‘The Night House’ Trailer: Rebecca Hall Sees Double in Sundance Horror Hit

The haunted house movie has been done, again and again. Something goes bump in the night, our frightened protagonist sees something in the corner of their eye, and suddenly they’re dragged violently out of frame. And yet there’s always a movie that can inject some new energy into the haunted house genre, whether it gives it a refugee context, like His House, or whether it stars Rebecca Hall, like The Night House. And who are we kidding, we’ll watch a haunted house horror movie just for Rebecca ...
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How real estate pros can help combat Asian hate crimes

In the wake of several brutal murders and attacks on Asians, we must ask: What is the role of the real estate industry? Here, the president of Asian Real Estate Association of America shares how the real estate industry can help.
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Tensai Ouji no Akaji Kokka Saiseijutsu Delivers Its Premise in Awkward English

Tensai Ouji no Akaji Kokka Saiseijutsu was teased at Anime Japan 2021, greeting viewers with some rather awkward English as they are informed of the show’s plot and bound to either immediately rouse interest or turn observers off entirely. A summary of the plot: It ain’t easy being a genius… Prince Wein is ready to […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Trailer, Fantasy, Anime, Image Gallery, Wein, Anime Japan, Yokohama Animation Lab, Tensai Ouji no Akaji Kokka Saiseijutsu, Tensai Ouji, Akaji Kokka Saiseijutsu

Knock hires Goldman Sachs to help it go public

Is the company behind the fast growing Home Swap knocking on Wall Street's door? Knock CEO Sean Black will only confirm the hiring of Goldman. He was part of the team that took Trulia public.
Tags: Technology, Ipo, Radio, Goldman Sachs, Compass, Trulia, Home Swap, Industry News, Select, News Brief, Opendoor, Knock, Offerpad, Sean Black, Going Public

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