Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune Looking Cuter Than Ever

More information on the collaboration game between the Senran Kagura and Neptunia franchises, Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune: Shoujotachi no Kyouen, has educated prospective buyers regarding the story, characters, and world, and sure to have fans of either series anticipating some raunchier antics. A torrent of information covering the world, characters, and some screenshots: […]
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Friday, April 23 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 23, 2021: Filming in California Movie: Being the Ricardos Location: 630 S Broadway; Alleyway West of S Spring St., W 6th St – W 7th St, Los Angeles TV Series: Rebel Location: 2293 Miner St., San Pedro TV Series: Star Trek: Picard Location: Chick Hearn Ct, […] The post Friday, April 23 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Elizabeth Holmes ‘Bad Blood’ Movie Starring Jennifer Lawrence and Directed By Adam McKay Still In Development

In 2016, it was announced that Adam McKay would direct Bad Blood, a movie about con artist and Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, with Jennifer Lawrence set to play Holmes. Since then, though, we haven’t heard much more, and McKay and Lawrence went off to do another movie – Don’t Look Up. Meanwhile, there’s currently a Hulu limited series about Holmes in the works – The Dropout, which will star Amanda Seyfried. So what of Bad Blood? According to McKay, the film is still in development. In 20...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Steve Jobs, Stanford, Los Angeles, Netflix, Larry Ellison, Adaptation, Hulu, True Story, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Adam-McKay, Legendary Pictures, Don, Holmes

James Cameron Really Wants Movie Theaters, and Blockbusters, to Survive

James Cameron has a bunch of Avatar sequels on the way, and he’d very much like movie theaters to still be around to play them, please and thank you. During a recent appearance on The Tonight Show, Cameron spoke about how special the theatrical experience still is, and shared his hopes that – when everything is safe – we’ll all flock back to the multiplex to watch big movies. And hey, if some of those big movies happen to be directed by James Cameron, that would be nice, too. In the video...
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Superhero Bits: Fan Billboard Asks for Tony Stark’s MCU Return, Animated Justice League Gets a Comic & More

How many times is The Dark Knight going to die in the Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point comics? Why are fans asking for Marvel to bring back Tony Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Are you ready for the animated Justice League to get their own comic book series? Did you hear James Gunn finished the first draft of the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s a teaser trailer for the upcoming crossover comic Batman/Fortnite: Zero Poi...
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High School DxD Dakimakura Covers Promising a Sleepless Night

The lusty and frequently nude Asia Argento and Toujou Koneko from High School DxD have been transformed into precious dakimakura covers that fans can purchase, yet more goods that hoarding otaku can look forward to adding to their collections or use to cope with any loneliness they may be suffering from. Like most other dakimakura […]
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Capping Things Off

Long day!
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James Cameron Prays for Theaters so MCU & Avatar Can Make $2 Billion

It’s no secret that the movie theater industry has been hit hard following the COVID-19 pandemic. With many theaters still awaiting full crowds to return, James Cameron is hoping that theaters as a whole will survive for the sake of the box office.   RELATED: Kate Winslet Dons an Underwater Cape in New Avatar 2 Set Photo During a recent guest appearance on The Tonight Show, Cameron spoke about his hopes for the theater industry. While he understands the box office battles that films such as Av...
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Exclusive: The Cast Gives Us Their Mortal Kombat Movie Pairing!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warner Bros. Pictures provided ComingSoon.net with the chance to chat with the cast of the highly-anticipated Mortal Kombat movie! We took the opportunity to ask them what martial arts movie they think would pair well in a double feature with Mortal Kombat. Check out their answers in the player below! “I would watch The Raid,” explained director Simon McQuoid. “That’s actually spectacular. That is an amazing movie, and Joe’s in it! So maybe it’s a Joe Taslim double ...
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‘No One Will Save You’: Kaitlyn Dever Set to Star in New Movie From ‘Spontaneous’ Director Brian Duffield

Kaitlyn Dever has found her next feature film project. The Booksmart star had a banner year in 2019, breaking out in the Olivia Wilde-directed teen comedy before showing her dramatic chops in the Netflix limited series Unbelievable. Roles lined up for Dever, including a part in the feature film adaptation of hit Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen. Now Dever has found her next movie with Spontaneous writer/director Brian Duffield. Deadline reports that Dever is set to star in the feature film ...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Netflix, Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Hulu, 20th Century Fox, Michael Keaton, Skull Island, Golden Globe, Duffield, EVAN HANSEN, Dever, Kaitlyn Dever, Stephen Chbosky, Marc Platt Productions

The Kids Are Not All Right in the Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 3 Trailer

Has anything ever gone right on Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous? Just when the kids think they’ve finally found a way off the island, a storm pulls them back toward the danger. Unable to leave, they’ll discover that Dr. Wu didn’t just make the Indominus Rex. He made something even worse.Read more...
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‘Pride’ Trailer Showcases FX’s Documentary Series on the Long Struggle for LGBTQ+ Civil Rights

Pride Month doesn’t start until June, but FX will be kicking off the celebrations a little early with a new documentary series that will dive into the history of the struggle for LGBTQ+ civil rights from the 1950s through the 2000s. Pride hails from LGBTQ+ filmmakers and shines a light on the decades of fighting and prejudice that the people of this marginalized community had to endure and unfortunately still have to confront to this very day. The first Pride trailer has arrived to highlight a ...
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“Localizer” Goes on Tirade Defending Use of “Sus” and “Cringe” in Anime Subs

A Japanese to English localizer who does work for Sentai and Funimation (according to their profile) has gone on a lengthy tirade after it was learned the subbed versions for episodes of the currently airing Dragon Ie o Kau and Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san were found to contain slang words like “sus” and “cringe”. For those unfamiliar, […]
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‘Mortal Kombat’ Review: This Underwhelming Video Game Adaptation is Anything But a Flawless Victory

Despite all its blood and guts and fatalities, the Mortal Kombat video game series has a certain silliness to it. There’s nothing wrong with that, mind you – the silliness is part of the fun, part of the charm of it all. After all, Mortal Kombat is ultimately the story of characters punching and kicking each other for the fate of the world. Some of these characters are humans; some are robots; some are giant monsters with four arms; some are immortal ninjas; some are full-blown gods; it’s a ric...
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‘The Space Between’ Trailer: Kelsey Grammer is a Has-Been Rock Star

Kelsey Grammer becomes a long-haired, washed-up, kind of creepy has-been rock star in The Space Between, a drama that just happens to feature music from Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo. The trailer you’re about to see is interesting, in that it starts off rather silly, with Grammer’s zonked-out musician recording an album that’s nothing more than the sound of a refrigerator door opening and closing. But then, when you least expect it, things get surprisingly serious and dramatic. Watch The Space B...
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New York Comic Con is Returning With an In-Person Convention This Fall, But Hugs Will Be Banned

While San Diego Comic-Con continues to stubbornly double down on its godawful decision to hold a convention during Thanksgiving weekend this year, New York Comic Con is also coming back this fall, and it sounds like it will primarily be an in-person convention this year. The event’s organizers have released new information about New York Comic Con 2021, including the fact that it will be in-person with safety measures in place (including a “no hug” policy). There will be a virtual component as ...
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Myrica Takase Bunny Girl Ero-Figure Crawls on All Fours

Artist Coffee Kizoku‘s original bunny girl Myrica Takase has come to the 3D realm courtesy of this lusty figurine as the beautiful woman is wearing a bunny girl outfit and crawling about on the floor, her clothes can be torn off as well to elevate her sex appeal significantly come December. Myrica Takase can be […]
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‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Season 3 Trailer Introduces a Deadly New Dino-Threat

DreamWorks Animation has released the full trailer for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 3. And things don’t look good for our teen survivors as they try to escape Isla Nublar in the animated Netflix series. Watch the Jurassic World:  Camp   Cretaceous season 3 trailer below. Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Season 3 Trailer Set during the timeline of the 2015 blockbuster film Jurassic World, Camp Cretaceous follows a group of six teenagers who are invited to an adventure camp on ...
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Hey, Sony, We Don’t Need a New Streaming Service. Make PS Now Better

After days of rumors that Sony is adding a video streaming service to its existing PlayStation Plus, the company confirmed today that it’s testing one such service in Poland. I don’t know about you, but I’m so over new video streaming services. There are just too many of them. PlayStation Now, Sony’s cloud gaming…Read more...
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Daily Podcast: Shang-Chi Trailer, How I Met Your Father, Interview With Sasquatch Director, and More

On the April 22, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writer Hoai-Tran Bui to discuss the latest film and TV news, including a new Disney/Sony deal, How I Met Your Father , a new Haunted Mansion movie, and Netflix’s spending in 2021. Then, managing editor Jacob Hall joins us to present an interview with the creator of the new Hulu series, Sasquatch . Opening Banter :    In The News : HT: ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ ...
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Dexter Revival Gets First Teaser Video

Showtime cut through the social media hubbub today with a brief tease for their revival of the classic dark comedy/crime show Dexter. Announced in October 2020, the 10-episode limited series will pick up ten years after where Season 8 left things in 2013. Michael C. Hall is returning as the titular serial killer in a brand new location far away from the original Miami locale. The tweet teaser showcases an ax embedded in a tree stump while Dexter ironically waxes poetic about returning to nature...
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VOTD: Bill Murray Reacts to the Mini-Stay Puft Marshmallow Men in ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’

A few weeks ago, Ghostbusters: Afterlife was forced to reveal one of its secrets because of some impending merchandise being released by Hasbro. A clip from the movie showed Paul Rudd‘s character encountering some maniacal and mischievous mini-Stay Puft marshmallow men inside a Walmart after picking up a pint of Baskin-Robbins ice cream (how about that product placement, folks?). Now we get to see what one of the original Ghostbusters thinks of the scene with Bill Murray himself watching and re...
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Justin Simien to Helm Disney’s The Haunted Mansion Film

Disney’s iconic The Haunted Mansion theme park attraction has been featured in countless forms of media, and now it looks as if the company is ready to dive into another film centered on it. According to a report from Deadline, Disney is in negotiations with director Justin Simien (Caught a Ghost: Get Your Life) on a new feature based on the popular theme park ride.   MORE: Russell Crowe Will Portray Zeus In Thor: Love and Thunder The Haunted Mansion ride has been a subject of various films an...
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Dave Bautista Shoots Down Drax TV Series: ‘Not A Chance In Hell’

Photo Credit: WWE Professional wrestling legend Dave Bautista has made a name for himself in the entertainment world as of late, thanks to his now fan-favorite role in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy franchise. Although he loves the role, Bautista said he has no plans to take the character to the streaming world.   RELATED: James Gunn to Write/Direct Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special! Speaking in a new interview with JoBlo during a recent set visit to Netflix’s Army of the Dead, Bauti...
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Virtual brokerage Real to begin trading on Nasdaq

The Real Brokerage will begin offering common shares on the Nasdaq during the second quarter of 2020. The company already trades on two other exchanges.
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Beyond Pricing rebrands as Beyond to reflect growth

The startup says it now offers more than a dynamic pricing tool designed to maximize rental revenue for Airbnb hosts and property managers.
Tags: Radio, Airbnb, Rentals, Bessemer Venture Partners, Rebrand, Beyond, Talia Goldberg, Beyond Pricing, Short-term Rental, Property Portfolio, Beyond Stays, Julie Brinkman, Nicki Blankenship, Southern Vacation Rentals

Ben Carson joins board of directors of largest homebuilder in US

The largest homebuilder in America, D.R. Horton, announced it appointed former HUD Secretary Ben Carson to its board of directors.
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Touhou Game Dream Force Hartmann Parodies Megaman Battle Network

Another impending Touhou game has parodied an existing title as Dream Force Hartmann (Gensou no Hartmann) has brought the Megaman Battle Network series back from the dead, allowing players to explore a digital world of sorts whilst building decks of cards to do battle against foes. A summary of its story and gameplay features from […]
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‘Indiana Jones 5’ Casts ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ and ‘King Kong’ Actor Thomas Kretschmann

Thomas Kretschmann, the German actor who played Baron Wolfgang von Strucker in Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Age of Ultron, is the latest actor to join the Indiana Jones 5 cast. Harrison Ford is back wearing the fedora and wielding the whip one last time, and he’ll be joined by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag) and Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale, Hannibal) with John Williams providing the score and James Mangold (Logan) sitting in the director’s chair for the first time in the history of the franchise....
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Take A Sneak Peek At The Opening Scene Of Life is Strange: True Colors

Publisher Square Enix has revealed one of the opening scenes for their highly anticipated next chapter in the Life is Strange franchise, Life is Strange: True Colors. The two-minute teaser serves as a character introduction for Alex Chen, the new protagonist for this entry in the series. Speaking to her social worker, Alex talks about the unique abilities she hopes to suppress as she moves to a new location with her brother. RELATED: Square Enix Unveils New Life is Strange Game & Remastered Col...
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