Mighty Bowsette Ero-Cosplay by Nagisa Barely Covered

The attractive Nagisa has followed in the footsteps of other cosplayers and dressed up as the lusty fan-created Bowsette, taking things in a more erotic direction however as she starts out in the standard outfit before going as scantily clad as possible. The minor slippage that is visible will surely be hotly received by onlookers:
Tags: Games, Mario, Anime, Cosplay, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Bowsette, Nagisa

‘Emergency’: Sabrina Carpenter, RJ Cyler to Star in 2020 Black List Comedy Thriller From ‘R#J’ Director

Sabrina Carpenter and RJ Cyler are set to star in a socially aware comedy-thriller from R#J director Carey Williams. Emergency, based on the 2018 Sundance short film about a group of Black college kids who grapple with calling the police when they are faced with an unusual situation, is a comedy thriller that screenwriter KD Dávila expanded into a feature film script, which landed on the 2020 Black List. Now, it’s being made into a film with Amazon Studios overseeing the project. Deadline re...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Star, Thriller, Williams, Emergency, Black, Emma, Sean, Carey, Carpenter, Amazon Studios, Ben Pearson, DaVila, RJ Cyler

The Best TV Shows and Movies Coming to Disney+ and Hulu in May 2021

April is slowly drawing to a close, which means it’ll soon be May! The weather will be getting warmer, summer will be bearing down on us, and Disney+ and Hulu will have a whole bunch of new stuff for you to watch, if you subscribe to either of them. So let’s check out the Best TV Shows and Movies Coming to Disney+ and Hulu in May 2021, shall we? Cruella So far, the trailers for Cruella have looked kind of awful to me, but I suppose I need to point this one out since it’s a big movie! It’s...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Fbi, United States, Emma Stone, Hulu, Martin Luther King Jr, Wachowskis, Cruella, Gina Gershon, Jennifer Tilly, Morfydd Clark

Edward Snowden's NFT Self-Portrait Sells for $5.4 Million in Charity Auction

The latest big name to get in on the NFT craze is former intelligence contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden, who on Friday auctioned off an original NFT art piece for roughly $5.4 million worth of the cryptocurrency Ether.Read more...
Tags: Science, Snowden, Films, Edward Snowden, NFT, The National Security Agency, Platon, Funko, Creative Works, English Language Films, Non Fungible Token, Global Surveillance

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Guns Down Zombies at the White House

A new look at Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness divulges the 3D CG movie will be taking place at the White House, with plenty of zombies and action segments being present and sure to have some worried there will be little actual horror (or some sort of propaganda or narrative considering the setting). The short premise […]
Tags: Games, Drama, Trailer, Horror, Washington, White House, Zombies, Netflix, Anime, 3D CG, Resident Evil

New ‘Texas Chainsaw’ Movie Officially Titled ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Lands R Rating For “Strong Bloody Horror Violence”

This seems like a no-brainer, but if you were wondering if the new The Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie was going to get an R rating, the answer is “yes.” The film is officially rated R, and it also has an official title. You might want to sit down for this one because you’re not going to believe it. Ready? Okay. The title is…Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Yep, that’s it. In true Facebook fashion, they lost the “the,” because it’s cleaner. In case you missed the news, there’s a new Texas Chainsaw mov...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, Movies, Horror, Sequels, Garcia, Sally, Ryan, Mandy, Leatherface, Texas-Chainsaw-Massacre, Fede Alvarez, Marilyn Burns, Texas Chainsaw, Moe Dunford, Andy Tohill

Gokushufudou Most Watched Netflix Show in Japan

It seems a complete lack of animation doesn’t matter to those who use Netflix as the rather lazy househusband anime Gokushufudou has become the most viewed show on the service for the region of Japan, perhaps a result of the popularity of the source material. Netflix’s homepage apparently had a ranking for the top 10 […]
Tags: Japan, Rankings, Netflix, Animation, Anime, Yakuza, Gokushufudou

‘I Slept with Joey Ramone’ Casts Pete Davidson as The Ramones Lead Singer

When it comes to Pete Davidson, audiences seem to either love or hate him with little room in between. As a longtime fan of Saturday Night Live, it’s been fascinating to watch him grow comedically. As a stand-up act, he has undeniable chops, but as a performer, Davidson still has some work to do outside of playing anyone other than a slightly different version of himself. Now Netflix will give him a chance to do just that by having him play The Ramones frontman Joey Ramone in a new movie. Net...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Casting, America, Netflix, The Ramones, Hulu, Staten Island, Judd Apatow, Jason, Adam Sandler, True Story, Pete Davidson, Joey, Ramones

The 56 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now

With more than 24,000 movie titles at your fingertips, choosing is the hardest part. We're here to help with this list of the best movies on Amazon Prime Video.
Tags: Amazon, Entertainment, Trends, Home Theater, What To Watch, Amazon Prime Video, Movies & TV, best movies on Amazon Prime

‘Riders of Justice’ Trailer: Mads Mikkelsen is Mad as Hell in Danish Revenge Thriller

Mads Mikkelsen is…well, extremely mad in his latest Danish-language movie, Riders of Justice. The Another Round actor dons a bushy beard and a shaved head to play the latest middle-aged dad you don’t want to mess with, in a revenge thriller about a former soldier who seeks revenge for the death of his wife in a tragic train accident that may have been an act of sabotage. Watch the Riders of Justice trailer below. Riders of Justice Trailer Riders of Justice stars Mads Mikkelsen as a rece...
Tags: Movies, Justice, Thriller, Movie Trailers, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Markus, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Mikkelsen, Mads Mikkelsen, James Mangold, LA NY, Foreign Language, Anders Thomas Jensen, Roland Møller, Sisse Graum Jørgensen

Alfred Molina Discusses Doc Ock’s Spider-Man: No Way Home Return

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Alfred Molina discusses Doc Ock’s Spider-Man: No Way Home return Even if rumors of previous webslingers Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield prove false, audiences have a lot to look forward to with Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx reprising their villainous turns as Doctor Octopus and Electro for the Tom Holland-fronted Spider-Man: No Way Home and now the former has opened up about his return. RELATED: Tom Holland Confirms Spider-Man Contract is Ending After No Way Home In a...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, America, Robert De Niro, Holland, Jamie Foxx, Cumberbatch, Sony Pictures, Andrew Garfield, Carey Mulligan, Staten Island, Tobey Maguire, Marvel Studios, Garfield, Zendaya, Wilson

CS Interview: Barbara Crampton on Empowering Horror Pic Jakob’s Wife

CS Interview: Barbara Crampton on empowering horror pic Jakob’s Wife Following its celebrated debut at South by Southwest and in time for its wide release, ComingSoon.net got the chance to chat with horror icon Barbara Crampton (Beyond the Gates) to discuss her work as both the star and producer of the gothic chiller Jakob’s Wife, which is now in select theaters and on digital platforms! RELATED: CS Interview: Stevens & Crampton Talk Gothic Chiller Jakob’s Wife [SXSW] ComingSoon.net: Now t...
Tags: Movies, America, Salem, Bob, Grant, Sxsw, Southwest, Amc Networks, Anne, PAUL, Bob Ford, Bonnie, Travis, Mark Kelly, Jakob, Larry Fessenden

‘Predator’ Screenwriters Are Suing Disney to Recapture the Rights to the Franchise

Jim and John Thomas, the screenwriting duo who wrote the 1987 action movie Predator, want the rights to the franchise to get back to the choppa. The Thomas brothers are suing Disney to recapture the rights to the franchise, while Disney’s 20th Century Studios has filed its own suit to retain the rights to the sci-fi action series. A wrench might have just been thrown in the plans for 20th Century Studios’ new Predator movie from Dan Trachtenberg. Jim and John Thomas, seeking to exploit the c...
Tags: Lawsuit, Movies, Legal, Superman, Disney, Predator, Warner Bros, John Thomas, 20th Century Fox, Thomas, Jim, Disney/Pixar, House of Mouse, Marc Toberoff, Business and Industry News, Jim Thomas

16 Body-Positive TV Shows and Movies for When You're Done With Shaming

Mainstream entertainment, never the friendliest of places, has lately been carving out a space for people who exist outside of contemporary beauty standards. Odds are still good actors will find it more difficult to get certain types of roles if they don’t fit the mold—there’s a lot of overlap in the circles of “funny…Read more...
Tags: Piper Chapman, Musicals, Films, Amy Schumer, Abigail Breslin, Netflix, Vw, Jennifer Aniston, Aidy Bryant, Lifehacks, Ellie Kemper, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Jim Crow, Self, Taylor Schilling, Hairspray

Universal Studios Hollywood Reopens with New Secret Life of Pets Ride

Universal Studios Hollywood reopens with new The Secret Life of Pets Ride Jurassic World: The Ride unveils enhanced finale, and The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash debuts at the reopening of Universal Studios Hollywood. CS was on hand for the pass holder special park preview (disclosure: this writer has a season pass!) yesterday to get an early look at the theme park’s new updates and guidelines in advance of their public opening. As of the run date, Universal Studios Hollywood is only ope...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Harry Potter, Jurassic World, Mario Kart, Duke, Skull Island, Transformers, Orlando, Colin Trevorrow, Don, King Kong, Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal CityWalk, ComingSoon, The Secret Life of Pets

Ryan Coogler Explains Why ‘Black Panther 2’ Will Still Film in Georgia Despite New Voting Restrictions

After the state of Georgia recently passed restrictive new voting laws that have stirred up controversy, Atlanta-based companies like Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines have spoken out against the legislation. On the show business side of things, Antoine Fuqua and Will Smith pulled their production of the runaway slave drama Emancipation from the state. But it sounds like Disney and Marvel Studios won’t be following suit. Black Panther II director Ryan Coogler wrote a statement announcing that the Ma...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Atlanta, Georgia, Delta Airlines, Sequels, Will Smith, Ryan Coogler, Coca Cola, Marvel Studios, Jim Crow, Tyler Perry, Perry, Coogler, Antoine Fuqua, The Walt Disney Company

Will 2021 be the year the industry finally embraces mortgage tech?

The housing industry is gearing up for a boom in mortgage tech. Some of housing's top experts explain why.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Mortgage, Blockchain, Ron, Select, Joe Tyrell, eClosings, ICE Mortgage Technology

The Agency files lawsuit against Compass

The suit focuses on The Agency's new president, Rainy Hake Austin, and her contract with Compass, where she previously worked.
Tags: Lawsuit, Los Angeles, Radio, Compass, Agency, Brokerage, Select, The Agency, Rainy Hake Austin

A Schoolgirl Takes on Hordes of Monsters to Get Home in Lost Ruins

A new trailer for pixel art action game Lost Ruins has reintroduced itself to players by way of some revamped graphics and a glimpse at more gameplay, hopefully proving entertaining to those who enjoy retro games or titles that involve schoolgirls slaying gruesome beasts. Dangen Entertainment also provided info on the game: A young girl […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Fantasy, Indie, Anime, Image Gallery, Platformer, Dangen Entertainment

‘Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness’ Trailer: There’s a Zombie Outbreak at The White House

Not only is there a new Resident Evil game and a new live-action Resident Evil movie on the way this year, but there’s also a Netflix anime series coming out. It’s called Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, and from the looks of the first trailer for the series, it’s set at the White House, which is a neat little twist. The series comes from director Eiichiro Hasumi and will feature a musical score courtesy of Yugo Kann. This specific trailer introduces us to familiar Resident Evil characters Leo...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, White House, Netflix, Eiichiro Hasumi, Anime, Video Game, Leon, Claire, TV Trailer, Resident Evil, Claire Redfield, Yugo Kanno, Leon S Kennedy, Nick Apostolides

Amazon is spending a whopping $465 million on 'The Lord of the Rings' season 1: 'This will be the largest television series ever made'

Warner Bros. The season 1 production budget is four times more than what HBO's "Game of Thrones" cost per season. Amazon paid $250 million for "The Lord of the Rings" rights, and the show will cost $1 billion overall. The show's storyline will be set thousands of years before "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings." See more stories on Insider's business page. We've known that Amazon's "The Lord of the Rings" will cost $1 billion to produce, but according to a Friday...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, News, Entertainment, Trends, Netflix, New Zealand, Warner Bros, The Hollywood Reporter, Hulu, Lord Of The Rings, Tolkien, Streaming Services, Amazon Studios, Stuart Nash

Harry Potter and Peaky Blinders Star Helen McCrory Passes Away at 52

Harry Potter and Peaky Blinders star Helen McCrory passes away at 52 ComingSoon.net is saddened to report that award-winning actress Helen McCrory died today in London after a “heroic battle’ with cancer at age 52. McCrory’s husband, Emmy and Golden Globe winner Damian Lewis (Billions), took to Twitter to share the news of her passing. RELATED: Emmy Winner & Golden Globe Nominee Jessica Walter Dies at Age 80 pic.twitter.com/gSx8ib9PY9 — Damian Lewis (@lewis_damian) April 16, 2021 McCrory ...
Tags: Hbo, UK, TV, London, Movies, Bbc, Showtime, Peaky Blinders, James Bond, TV News, Harry Potter, Obituary, Emmy, Damian Lewis, BFI, Helen Mirren

‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Surprise Cameo Has a Big Role in Marvel’s Future

This week’s episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier delivered a surprise cameo with an Emmy-winning star playing a character from deep within Marvel Comics mythology. This character was originally meant to debut in Marvel’s Black Widow movie, which was originally intended to arrive before The Falcon and The Winter Soldier hit Disney+, but that hasn’t changed the supposed big plans for this new character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Since we have to dive into spoiler territory before w...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, Marvel, Disney, America, United States, Black Widow, Marvel Comics, Vanity Fair, Marvel Studios, Captain America, Hydra, Falcon, Cap, Julia Louis-Dreyfus

WATCH: Back To Basics 101 — Don’t forget who you work for

Realtor, trainer and consultant with Doorbell Real Estate in Tennessee, Laura Fangman shares her top tip for reaching potential clients.
Tags: Video, Relationships, Lifestyle, Service, Radio, Tennessee, Agent, Relationship Building, Brokerage, Real Estate Agent, Back To Basics, Doorbell Real Estate, Handwritten Note, Nurturing Relationships, Theme-month-202104, Laura Fangman

Win at Mahjong Win a Night With Her Rewards Talented Mahjong Players

Males exuding an excellence in mahjong will find the rewards of Win at Mahjong, Win a Night With Her to be easily attainable as the title has players going through a gauntlet of mahjong to have sex with the pretty girl. Whilst rather simplistic in both the plot and gameplay, players valiantly play some mahjong […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Mahjong

Residential construction on the rise amid major inventory shortage

Residential housing starts rose 19.4 percent in March, according to a new report by the Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Tags: Analysis, Radio, Inventory, Nerdwallet, Fannie Mae, Census Bureau, Doug Duncan, Markets & Economy, News Brief, New Construction, Holden Lewis, Home Construction, U.S. Census Bureau

Kristen Wiig & Annie Mumolo Writing Cinderella’s Evil Stepsisters Film

Disney: Cinderella’s Stepsisters to Get Film from Kristen Wiig & Annie Mumolo A Disney Untitled Cinderella’s Evil Stepsisters film is in development from Oscar-nominated screenwriters Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo. Deadline reports that the duo will be joining forces again after the critical and word of mouth success of Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar. Jessica Elbaum and Will Ferrell from Gloria Sanchez Productions will produce the film. RELATED LINKS: Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar Cli...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Star, Emma Stone, Cinderella, Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Bridesmaids, Barb, Gaston, Wiig, Annie Mumolo, Mumolo, Anastasia, Luke Evans, Movie News

Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo Are Making a Live-Action Disney Movie About Cinderella’s Evil Stepsisters

Barb and Star go to Disney and live happily ever after…? We may not get the Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar sequel we want (fingers crossed!), but at least we’ll get its comedy duo together again, this time working on a Disney live-action project. Fresh off the critical success of sleeper hit Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo are reuniting to make a live-action movie about Cinderella’s evil stepsisters for Disney, Deadline reports. The Barb and Star stars and...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Disney, Star, Netflix, Cinderella, Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Remakes, Don, Barb, Gaston, Wiig, Annie Mumolo, Mumolo, Josh Gad

Watch: Sci-Fi Short Film 'Mimic' About a Submarine That Vanishes

"Only 20 of your crew were ever found. What happened to the other 100 men you were sworn to protect?" An intriguing, low key sci-fi short film that is built entirely around dialogue. Mimic is a short film made by LA-based filmmaker Scott Jeschke, who has been cooking up shorts for years while working to establish himself in the industry. In Mimic, a lone investigator seeks out answers from a reclusive Navy veteran to uncover what happened to a submarine that mysteriously vanished into the at...
Tags: Movies, Navy, La, Sci-fi, Short Film, Brian Jackson, To Watch, Scott Jeschke, Luke Persiani

Spoiler Discussion: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 5 “Truth”

On the April 16, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by weekend editor Brad Oman to have a spoiler discussion about The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 5 “Truth.” In The Spoiler Room : The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 5 “Truth” Feedback Brief reactions Breakdown Speculation  All the other stuff you need to know:   You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today’s show at slashfilm.com, and link...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Marvel Studios, Falcon, Peter Sciretta, Featured Stories Sidebar, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume, Spoiler Discussion, The Falcon And The Winter Soldier

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