/Filmcast Ep. 615 – Nobody (GUEST: Matt Goldberg from Collider.com)

David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the state of the housing market in the U.S. For the feature review, the cast plus Matt Goldberg, senior editor at collider.com, discuss Nobody, the new action-thriller starring Bob Odenkirk. Follow Matt Goldberg on Twitter. The Slashfilmcast is launching a Patreon! Support us at  http://patreon.com/filmpodcast. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a title for us to watch. Thanks to Mike C for building the Hashtag Slashtag website: ht...
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London Grammar: 'Men aren't told what to wear, so why was I?'

Hannah Reid, from London Grammar, tells Radio 1 Newsbeat that music is still a sexist industry.
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Live Action Kaguya-sama Movie Sequel Promising Another Romantic Battle

Romance war series Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai has unleashed a trailer for another of its live action films, presenting each of the characters and hinting at more dramatic happenings as the show’s main couple slowly start to understand the complexities of romance as well as each other. The fast-paced 30-second trailer that will likely have fans […]
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Netflix is Reportedly Spending $17 Billion on Content in 2021

Netflix‘s infinite well of money does not look like it’s drying up anytime soon. The streaming giant has revealed that it plans to spend a whopping $17 billion on content this year. Which, suffice to say, is a lot of money. Netflix revealed in its first-quarter earnings report that it will spend over $17 billion on content in 2021. The company states in a letter to shareholders (via Variety): “As we’ve noted previously, the production delays from Covid-19 in 2020 will lead to a 2021 slate th...
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Oscar winner unveils prototype of plaque to honor Chinese Theater’s famed hands and feet

Oscar-winning actor George Chakiris (“West Side Story”) unveils a prototype of a plaque that will honor the more than 100 Oscar winners who have placed their handprints and footprints in the famous TCL Chinese Theatre forecourt at the Hollywood theater, Wednesday, April 21, 2021. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Oscar-winning actor George Chakiris (“West Side Story”) near his hand and footprints after unveiling a prototype of a plaque that will honor the more than 100 ...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Considered Duke of Deception, ‘Hawkeye’ Wraps Production & More

Would you like to see a Marvel series focused on the Dora Milaje? What was the Justice League: Worlds Collide animated movie going to be about before it was scrapped? Which comic book recently went up in value thanks to The Falcon and The Winter Soldier? Which villain was originally considered for Wonder Woman 1984? Want to see an Avengers: Endgame flipbook comprised of over 1,400 drawings?  All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. With four more weeks until Superman & Lois re...
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Thursday, April 22 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 22, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Truth Be Told Location: 1350 Palmetto St., Los Angeles (until April 24th) TV Series: The Morning Show Location: 220 S Spring St.; 501 S Spring St., Los Angeles (until April 27th) Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago Fire Location: 3022 W […] The post Thursday, April 22 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Isekai Hitokko Doubutsuen’s Portly Protagonist Lusted After

The second volume release for mythical animal girl manga Isekai Hitokko Doubutsuen has the fat male protagonist intertwining further with the females of the series as they rub against him in the bath and can be seen tied up, and surely serving as a paradise for males who aren’t confident in their appearance. A significant […]
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DC Comics Cancels Superman, Letting Clark Kent’s Son Take Over

Superman canceled? Not quite. DC Comics is canceling the ongoing Superman title in July, but it will be replaced by a new book, Superman: Son of Kal-El. This new comic book series will be led by none other than…you guessed it, Superman’s son. DC Comics announced some big changes for the Superman Family, starting in July. Superman’s son, Jonathan Kent (yes, named after Clark Kent’s father), will take on the mantle as the Man of Steel in a new comic book series, Superman: Son of Kal-El. Writte...
Tags: Movies, Comic Books, Superman, Dc Comics, Man Of Steel, Authority, Robin, Legion, Jon, Clark Kent, Tom Taylor, Jonathan Kent, Kal El, Action Comics, Comic Book/Superhero, Damian Wayne

Oxygen Looks Like It'll Leave You Gasping For Air

Director Alexandre Aja is always happy to mess you up. Whether it’s basement alligators in Crawl, flesh-eating fish in Piranha 3D, or surprising serial killers in High Tension, he’s become very skilled at making audiences incredibly, deliciously uncomfortable. His new movie looks to take that to new heights.Read more...
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Biopic in the Works on Transgender MMA Fighter Fallon Fox

Photo Credit: Keith Mills Biopic in the works on transgender MMA fighter Fallon Fox A biopic on transgender mixed martial artist Fallon Fox is in the works at Mark Gordon Pictures. Being penned by T Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper, the Fallon Fox biopic will dive into Fox hiding her identity as a trans woman before coming out in 2013. It will also deal with the abuse she received from the mixed martial arts community. “I’ve had a great time so far working with the producers and writers brin...
Tags: New York Post, Movies, Fox, Ufc, MMA, Ronda Rousey, Fallon, Cooper, Rousey, Matt Mitrione, Ashlee Evans Smith, Fallon Fox, Keith Mills, T Cooper, Mark Gordon Pictures, Allison Glock Cooper

The People Have Been Heard: LeVar Burton Among Newly Announced ‘Jeopardy!’ Guest Hosts

As the beloved game show series Jeopardy! continues its quest to find a full-time host to replace the dearly departed Alex Trebek, one man has become the clear fan-favorite choice to take over the podium: LeVar Burton, the former host of Reading Rainbow and star of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Burton has been lobbying for the job online and making the case for himself over the past few weeks, and there has been strong support for him in the online Jeopardy! fan community. Now things have bee...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, Jeopardy, George Stephanopoulos, Alex Trebek, Burton, Robin Roberts, LeVar Burton, David Faber, LeVar Burton Jeopardy

’22 vs. Earth’ First Look: The ‘Soul’ Prequel is Headed to Disney+ This Month

Move over Batman v Superman. Get lost Godzilla vs. Kong. Here comes 22 vs. Earth, a prequel to Pixar’s Soul. This short film from Pixar Animation Studios shows us 22, the soul voiced by Tina Fey, before she met Soul character Joe Gardner. Fey returns to voice 22 yet again, and Pixar veteran Kevin Nolting directs. The short is headed to Disney+ this month, and we now have some first-look images you can see below. Here we have our first look at 22 vs. Earth, the new Pixar short film headed to...
Tags: Images, Movies, Disney, Earth, Soul, Animation, Tina-Fey, Batman, Pixar Animation Studios, Pixar, Nolting, Short Films, Disney/Pixar, Joe Gardner, Disney This Month, Kevin Nolting

How to put your PS4 in Safe Mode to troubleshoot issues, or get out of Safe Mode if you're stuck

You may want to boot up your PS4 in Safe Mode if there's a bug or glitch. George Dolgikh/Shutterstock PS4 Safe Mode is a simple way to troubleshoot issues with your console. When you put your PS4 in Safe Mode, it can also get stuck in a Safe Mode loop. To get your PS4 out of Safe Mode, try restarting the console, replacing cords, rebuilding corrupted files, or updating system software. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. The PlayStation 4's Safe Mode is a...
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Muppet Man Will Bring Jim Henson's Life Story to the Big Screen

A long-awaited project for the Jim Henson Company is finally taking a step toward production: Muppet Man, a biopic of puppeteering legend Jim Henson (The Muppets, Fraggle Rock, Sesame Street, The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth), has a writer aboard to pen a script about Henson’s remarkable career.Read more...
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KISS Biopic ‘Shout It Out Loud’ Headed to Netflix

Netflix is on the verge of closing a deal for Shout It Out Loud, a KISS biopic that will be directed by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales director Joachim Rønning. KISS band members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley will provide “close cooperation” for the project, which will “focus on that duo going back to when they were two misfit kids from Queens who formed an unlikely friendship.” Deadline has the scoop that the KISS biopic Shout It Out Loud is destined for Netflix. Per the r...
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This about sums up the bonkers inventory shortage

"I'm from California, it's the cheapest apple I've ever seen," one bidder says in a TikTok that skewers real estate bidding wars.
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Netflix’s Live Action Death Note 2 Will “Stick to the Source Material”

The writer for the upcoming second live action Death Note show from Netflix, with the first being abysmally received and not at all faithful to the source material, has promised the second show will be faithful, though many are highly doubtful considering Netflix’s tendency to change things for the sake of “diversity and inclusion” and […]
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Disney and Sony Strike Licensing Deal That Will Result in ‘Spider-Man’ Movies Being on Disney+

Disney and Sony have just signed an expensive new deal which will give the Mouse House the rights to show Sony’s new theatrical releases from 2022-2026 in the United States across any Disney-owned streaming platform and network, including Disney+, Hulu, ABC, Freeform, FX, National Geographic, and Disney Channels. The five-year deal kicks in during the post-Pay 1 TV window…and if you’re wondering what exactly that means, and how it relates to a recent deal that Sony just signed with Netflix, rea...
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Quibi Suffers One Last Death as Roku Rebrands Quibi Shows “Roku Originals”

Remember Quibi? It was a magical streaming service where everything was very short! Also, it failed miserably. In January, Roku picked up the library of Quibi titles, but rather than keep the Quibi name, Roku is rebranding everything they purchased as Roku Originals. And thus I think we can finally drive the final nail into Quibi’s coffin. So long, Quibi. You tried your best. I feel bad for Quibi. To be clear: I don’t feel bad for Quibi’s founder, Jeffrey Katzenberg, who is obscenely wealthy...
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Xbox Reveals Plans for Free Online Multiplayer for Free-to-Play Games

Xbox reveals plans for free online multiplayer for free-to-play games For fans desiring to explore the world of online multiplayer on their Xbox family consoles but not ready to pay for the cost of an Xbox Live Gold membership, the console has announced new plans to allow gamers to experience online multiplayer in free-to-play games at no charge! RELATED: PlayStation Plus Video Pass Listed On Polish Website, Films Announced The console revealed a full list of 50 titles, currently available...
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‘M.O.D.O.K.’ Trailer: Marvel’s Hulu Series About the Maniacal Supervillain Debuts Next Month

If you’re looking for another Marvel show to fill the gap between this week’s season finale of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and the premiere of Loki in June, Hulu has you covered. Here’s a brand new trailer for M.O.D.O.K., a stop-motion animated comedy series about the huge-headed supervillain (voiced by Patton Oswalt) who’s desperately trying to take over the world while keeping abreast of his domestic duties at the same time. This show premieres in May, so it should serve as a nice inter...
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‘Two-Lane Blacktop’ Director Monte Hellman Dies at Age 91

Monte Hellman, the filmmaker behind movies like Two-Lane Blacktop, The Shooting, and Cockfighter, has died. He suffered a fall in his home on April 19, and died the next day. He was 93 years old. Variety brought word of Hellman’s death, and the outlet described the filmmaker as a “maverick” and a “cult” director. He was a beloved figure in many cinephile circles, who praised his rough-and-tumble style which kicked off in the late 1950s as he worked under the tutelage of prolific genre produce...
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Video of YouTube CEO Being Given “Free Expression” Award Sews Wide Hatred

Denizens of censorship haven YouTube have been excoriating a video granting YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki an award for “free expression”, leading to many pointing out the award givers being sponsored by YouTube itself as well as the platform’s ridiculous abundance of censorship. Many labeled the awarding to be disingenuous due to the fact the so-called […]
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Don’t @ me: @properties sues @mortgage, alleges ‘free riding’ on brand

Alleging "free riding" on brand, real estate brokerage @properties seeks injunction and payment of profits gained through alleged "unlawful conduct" against digital mortgage rival.
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Disney Inks Licensing Deal With Sony for Spider-Man Streaming & More!

Disney inks licensing deal with Sony for Spider-Man streaming & more! Just a few weeks after the studio first signed a major deal with Netflix for exclusive first-pay window licensing opportunities on its 2022 theatrical film slate, Sony and Disney have signed a massive multi-year content licensing agreement for U.S. streaming and TV rights for new theatrical releases across all of the House of Mouse’s platforms, namely Spider-Man and all of Sony Pictures’ Universe of Marvel Characters films...
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Disney will stream new 'Spider-Man' movies and other Sony franchises after they leave Netflix

"Spider-Man: Far From Home" Sony Sony and Disney have struck a US licensing deal for its theatrical movies beginning next year. The movies will move to Disney after their theatrical, home-entertainment, and Netflix runs are complete. The Netflix window is expected to last 18 months. See more stories on Insider's business page. Netflix isn't the only streaming giant that Sony is striking deals with.Sony and Disney announced on Wednesday that Disney had landed the US streaming and ...
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‘How I Met Your Father’: Hulu Announces ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Spin-Off Series Starring Hilary Duff

Wait for it…How I Met Your Mother is getting a spin-off series. Hulu announced that it has ordered How I Met Your Father, a follow-up to the beloved CBS sitcom which is set to star Hilary Duff in the lead role. How I Met Your Father, a new comedy series from Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger (This Is Us, Love, Victor) has received a straight to series order to stream exclusively on Hulu in the U.S. The 10-episode comedy will star Hilary Duff, fresh off the cancelation of the doomed Lizzie M...
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Spider-Man Films New and Old Will Eventually Appear on Disney Streaming Services

It may come as no surprise but Sony just signed a deal with Disney that’ll allow its upcoming theatrical releases from 2022-2026 to appear on Disney streaming and cable services. That means, at some point, you might be able to watch the full complement of Marvel Cinematic Universe films on Disney+, as well as the…Read more...
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