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First Trailer and Poster for Netflix Thriller THINGS HEARD & SEEN, Starring Amanda Seyfried

The haunted house thriller comes to Netflix later this month. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The Lily's latest comic

I'm a barista, but often my customers need more than coffee. They look to me for connection. During the pandemic, people have been asking more of service workers (Dabin Han for The Lily) Dabin Han Mar. 28, 2021 https://www.thelily.com/im-a-barista-but-often-my-customers-need-more-than-coffee-they-look-to-me-for-connection/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Cavna gets comics recs from Asian-American cartoonists

Four graphic novels that illuminate anti-Asian racism through personal experience Michael Cavna April 1, 2021  https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/04/01/graphic-novels-racism-asian-american/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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House of Secrets #103 - Bernie Wrightson cover, Alex Nino art

Bernie Wrightson House of Secrets v1 #103, 1972 - In a post-nuclear world, a young man seeks to find others like himself, untainted by the radiation that turned others into deformities. The sharp, jagged illustrations of Alex Nino create a painfully desolate future. His layouts and sequences are perfectly composed, offsetting some of the more unnerving imagery. On Bernie Wrightson's cover, the [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Bernie Wrightson, Alex Nino, Bernie Wrightson House


Haunted #16 - Steve Ditko art & cover

Steve Ditko Haunted v1 #16, 1973 - A night watchman promises to guard a wealthy family's tomb, but doesn't hesitate from robbing other graves in the area. Steve Ditko's tale is almost too quickly drawn, showing low levels of detail and effort on most of the panels. His cover is even worse, using the bare minimum of elements within a poor layout. Other artists in this Charlton bronze age horror [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Horror, Unknown, 1970s, Charlton, Steve Ditko, Ditko


Godzilla Singular Point Has a Slow Start

Fans of classic movie monster Godzilla will be pleased to know the legendary creature has gotten his own Netflix anime in the form of Godzilla Singular Point, the series focusing on “young geniuses” Mei and Yun as they tackle an oncoming threat – those hoping to witness Godzilla will be disappointed however as the scaly […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Netflix, Anime, Orange, Godzilla, Bones, Mei, Moe, Yun, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Megane, Godzilla Singular Point


Bruce Campbell Shares Joke Script Page From Doctor Strange Sequel

Bruce Campbell shares joke script page from Doctor Strange sequel As if the 62-year-old acting legend teasing his involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe sequel earlier this month wasn’t enough, Bruce Campbell took to Twitter to share a script page from the highly-anticipated Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness indicating his appearing as the fan-favorite horror icon Ash Williams from The Evil Dead franchise. While it’s entirely likely that Campbell is in the film in some capaci...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Disney, Netflix, Miss America, Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton, Bruce Campbell, Elizabeth Olsen, Loki, Campbell, Wong, Sam Raimi, Tom Holland, Raimi, Stephen Strange


Another New Trailer for James Gunn's 'The Suicide Squad' Drops In

"Nothing like a bloodbath to start the day." Time for more already! Warner Bros has dropped in yet another trailer for James Gunn's new The Suicide Squad movie, following up the original Suicide Squad from 2017. This is a "green band" trailer they made to initially show in theaters exclusively with Godzilla vs Kong, and it plays totally differently than the first full red band trailer. You just gotta see it. This ensemble anti-hero DC action comedy boasts one hell of an explosive ensemble ca...
Tags: Viola Davis, Movies, Trailer, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Warner Bros, James Gunn, Margot Robbie, Dc Movies, Kong, Taika Waititi, Amanda Waller, To Watch


Shouldering The Burden

well played, Aurelia until that last part, anyway
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‘The Walking Dead’ Wasn’t Supposed to End at Season 11, According to Star Jeffrey Dean Morgan

In September 2020, AMC surprised audiences who had expected The Walking Dead to shamble on forever by announcing that the zombie drama’s upcoming 11th season would be its final season. And it turns out that not only were audiences taken by surprise, but the cast and creative team of The Walking Dead were too. Star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan in the AMC horror series, reveals that season 11 wasn’t supposed to be the end for the show, suggesting that AMC had finally dropped the axe on Th...
Tags: Television, Movies, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, Walking Dead, Morgan, Negan, Jeffrey-Dean-Morgan, Steven Yeun, Scott Gimple, Collider Morgan, Angela Kang


James Cameron Almost Fired His ‘Avatar’ Sequel Writers’ Room

Now that she’s no longer running for president, Marianne Williamson is spending her free time interviewing James Cameron. Williamson is a reported big fan of Avatar, and she recently spoke to Avatar grandaddy Cameron on The Marianne Williamson Podcast. There, the filmmaker dropped the surprising reveal that he came close to firing his Avatar sequel writers’ room because the team was so focused on new stuff instead of obsessively combing over the things that made the first film such a success. ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Avatar, Sequels, Cameron, James-Cameron, Avatar 2, Indiewire, Marianne Williamson, James Cameron Williamson


Friday, April 2 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 2, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Curb Your Enthusiasm Location: 179 S Hudson Ave.; 150 S Hudson Pl., Los Angeles Filming in New York TV Series: The Good Fight Location: 69th St. and Central Park West, New York Credit: @artscommented TV Series: Untitled Tracy Oliver […] The post Friday, April 2 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: New York, Movies, News, California, Tracy Oliver, Hudson Ave, Central Park West New York, Hudson Pl Los Angeles Filming


Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi Has a Predictable Orgiastic Finale

Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi has celebrated a “happy ending” as the male hero manages to subdue Norn’s best fighter with little effort before then raping Norn into obedience, the show’s abundance of sex and degeneracy likely serving as the only desirable element, for some watchers. The last episode also teases another of Keyaru’s targets, serving […]
Tags: Drama, Fantasy, Rape, Anime, Torture, Blood, Fetish, TNK, Elf, Endings, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime


Superhero Bits: ‘M.O.D.O.K.’ Episode Titles Revealed, Sam Raimi Loves ‘Spider-Man’ Memes & More

Who are the latest additions to Ava DuVernay‘s DC Comics series Naomi at The CW? What is the name of Nightwing‘s new puppy? Which comics are the episodes of M.O.D.O.K. referencing in the first season? What does Sam Raimi think of memes inspired by his Spider-Man movies? Want to see the full pilot for the Birdgirl series on Adult Swim?  All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s a timelapse sculpture of Jared Leto as Joker in both Suicide Squad and the new Justice League. “...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Hulu, Avengers, Ava Duvernay, Jared Leto, Lucifer, Joker, Haley, Naomi, Sam Raimi, Tom Taylor, Comic Book/Superhero, Justice-League, Superhero Bits, Captain-America


Oscar-Nominee Steven Yeun Joins Jordan Peele’s Next Horror Film

Jordan Peele’s Next Horror Film Eyes Oscar-Nominee Steven Yeun Deadline reports that Minari star and award contender Steven Yeun is in negotiations to join Jordan Peele’s upcoming untitled horror film. He is currently a top contender in the Academy Award’s Best Actor category. Additionally, Yeun was recently announced for an A24 project as the lead in new comedy-drama series with Ali Wong. The yet-to-be-titled Universal Pictures film recently announced fellow Oscar award nominee Daniel Kaluuy...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Jordan, Universal, Universal Pictures, Keke Palmer, Langley, Peele, Yuen, Donna Langley, Jordan Peele, Steven Yeun, Yeun, Ali Wong, Daniel Kaluuya, Monkeypaw


‘The Offer’: ‘Rocketman’ Dexter Fletcher to Direct Episodes of Paramount+ ‘Godfather’ Series

Dexter Fletcher continues to be a sturdy, reliable, go-to filmmaker for medium-profile projects. New streamer Paramount+ has made the Rocketman filmmaker an offer he couldn’t refuse: he will direct the first batch of episodes of The Offer, the new limited series which will recapture the behind-the-scenes drama about the making of The Godfather. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Fletcher has become the first The Offer director. He’ll also serve as an executive producer. It’s unclear h...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Drama, Los Angeles, Elton John, Bryan Singer, Sherlock Holmes, Armie Hammer, Paramount, True Story, Eagle, Godfather, Hogan


April Fool’s Day 2021 Returns With More Jests

A sense of humor has returned to many game developers and companies after a few refused to participate in April Fool’s last year out of respect of the wildly overblown Coronavirus, with this year proving to be highly preposterous as some individuals have perhaps put more effort into these jokes than their actual products. Some […]
Tags: Games, Internet, Parody, Events, Anniversaries, Illustration, Anime, Fake, Image Gallery, Video Gallery


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Water Cooler: Nobody, Chungking Express, The China Syndrome, Infernal Affairs, Solar Opposites, and More

On the April 1, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista at the virtual water cooler to talk about what they’ve been up to. Opening Banter :    At The Water Cooler : What we’ve been Doing : Jacob returned to a movie theater. What we’ve been Reading : Jacob is reading This is How You Make a Movie by Tim Grierson. What we...
Tags: London, Movies, Pixar, Chris, Ben, Brad, Luca, Jacob, Ben Pearson, Tim Grierson, Jacob Hall, Water cooler, Nate Bargatze, Hoai Tran Bui, Hoai Tran, Chris Evangelista


New ‘Transformers’ Sequel Will Star ‘In the Heights’ and ‘Hamilton’ Actor Anthony Ramos

The Transformers series will never end, so we’re getting yet another new Transformers sequel. This latest entry in the robots in disguise series comes from director  Steven Caple Jr. (Creed II), and now it looks like the flick has found its lead – Anthony Ramos, star of Hamilton and the upcoming In the Heights. Ramos will play a “flawed and vulnerable hero,” and there’s a good chance he’ll spend most of the film yelling “Optimus!” as stuff explodes around him.  Collider has the scoop that Ant...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Michael Bay, Sequels, Broadway, Army, Paramount Pictures, Transformers, Hamilton, Harold, Collider, Optimus, Ramos, Zack Snyder, Steven Caple Jr, Anthony Ramos


Only 36% of Viewers Finished ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ in Its First Week

When Zack Snyder’s Justice League debuted in March on HBO Max, it was the culmination of a years-long campaign by fans who clamored to see the original vision that director Zack Snyder had for the 2017 comic book movie. But just how many viewers beyond that fanbase stuck around until the credits rolled? According to a third party data company, not many. Like every other streaming service out there, HBO Max doesn’t release viewership numbers unless it’s to tout the great success of a buzzy ti...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Justice-League, Warner Brothers, Samba TV, Forbes, Zack Snyder, Warner Media, Comic Book/Superhero, Netflix/Streaming Video, HBO Max, Zack Snyder's Justice League, Bloomberg Zack Snyder


Five Good Settings To Tweak In Outriders

As if there weren’t enough looter-shooters around, Outriders is out today. It’s a whole lot of game, with a whole lot of settings that can affect how you play. Some are obvious; some are not. It goes without saying that such things are a matter of taste, but I’ve found the following tweaks have made my time on Enoch…Read more...
Tags: Video Games, Playstation, Paul Greengrass, Lifehacks, Cosplay, Bourne, Enoch, Crossplay, Windows Games, Video Gaming, Video Game Consoles, Outriders, Cross Dressing


Streaming Stadia From Your Xbox Might Seem Weird, but This Is How Cloud Gaming Should Work

Imagine this: You’re over at your best friend’s house going through their Xbox library. They’ve been wanting to try out one of the latest, hyped-up first-person shooters, but they don’t own it. You do, but it’s through a cloud gaming service. It doesn’t look great on your phone, and your friend doesn’t have a…Read more...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Science, Chromecast, Computing, Xbox, Ubisoft, Luna, Microsoft Edge, Cloud Gaming, Video Game Consoles, Google Stadia, Home video game consoles, Amazon Luna, Xbox Cloud Gaming, Technology Internet


James Gunn Unveils Explosive Theatrical Trailer for The Suicide Squad!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW James Gunn unveils explosive theatrical trailer The Suicide Squad! For fans who went and saw Warner Bros.’ latest installment of the MonsterVerse franchise, Godzilla vs. Kong, they were treated to a special new trailer for the highly-anticipated DC Extended Universe sequel The Suicide Squad, but in an anti-April Fools Day move, writer/director James Gunn took to Twitter to share the trailer for fans not looking to head to theaters! The new trailer, which takes a more ser...
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Compass stock closes at $20.15 per share on first day on the market

The brokerage saw its stock pop as high as $22 before closing at $20.15, an 11.9 percent jump from the public offering price.
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Compass stock closes at $19.75 per share on first day on the market

The brokerage saw its stop pop as high as $22 before closing at $19.75, a 9.7 percent jump from the public offering price.
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Court orders new trial in Zillow-VHT listing photo saga

After nearly six years, court will decide whether real estate behemoth willfully infringed on thousands of photos.
Tags: Technology, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Radio, Intellectual Property, Zillow, James L Robart, Select, VHT Studios, Zillow Digs, VHT, Real Estate Photography, Brian Balduf, Listing Photos, Zillow VHT


‘New Gods’ and ‘Aquaman’ Spin-Off ‘The Trench’ Canceled by Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. has canceled two of their upcoming DC superhero-related titles – New Gods, which was going to be directed by Ava DuVernay, and the Aquaman spin-off The Trench. Reasons for the cancelations vary – New Gods was set to have Darkseid as a villain, and Warner Bros. apparently doesn’t want to return to that character so soon after Zack Snyder’s Justice League, whereas the studio thinks an Aquaman sequel is good enough and they don’t need to worry about spin-offs set in that world. THR...
Tags: Movies, Justice League, Dc, Warner Bros, Ava Duvernay, Jack Kirby, Warner Brothers, Tom, Kirby, Zack Snyder, Matt Reeves, Peter Safran, Comic Book/Superhero, James Wan, Darkseid, Fourth World


WB Cancels James Wan’s The Trench & Ava DuVernay’s New Gods

WB cancels James Wan’s The Trench & Ava DuVernay’s New Gods They were two of the most exciting projects in development at the studio but now Warner Bros. is officially pulling the plug on James Wan’s Aquaman spin-off The Trench and Ava DuVernay’s New Gods, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: WB Shuts Down Suicide Squad Ayer Cut & Restoring The SnyderVerse “As part of our DC slate, some legacy development titles including New Gods and The Trench will not be moving forward,” Warner...
Tags: Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Robert Pattinson, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Dc, Warner Bros, Ava Duvernay, Cw, Jason Momoa, Tom, Ta Nehisi Coates, Naomi, Adam, DuVernay, Kirby


Jordan Peele’s New Horror Movie Adds Oscar Nominee Steven Yeun

Steven Yeun, who just earned an Oscar nomination for his quiet and soulful performance in Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, may have just found his next big project. A new report says the actor is in negotiations to join writer/director Jordan Peele‘s mysterious new horror movie. Details are scarce, but can I get a “hell yes” from the crowd on just the mere thought of these two teaming up for a project? Hell yes. Deadline reports that Yeun is negotiating to join the latest horror movie from Get Out a...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Horror, Amc, Cbs, Universal, Judas, Peele, Jordan Peele, Steven Yeun, Yeun, Daniel Kaluuya, Lee Isaac Chung, Minari, Keke Palmer Hustlers, Steven Yeun Jordan Peele



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