Interview - CEREBRUM Director Arvi Ragu

Arvi Ragu discusses his new sci-fi thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Release Review [DVD/Digital] - THE SEVENTH DAY

A novice priest is taken under the wing of a veteran exorcist. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Horror, Digital, Dvd, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Sue Finn

New Trailer and Poster for Sci-Fi Epic OCCUPATION: RAINFALL, Starring Jason Isaacs and Temuera Morrison

The Australian sci-fi comes to UK cinemas in July. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Weekend Post

I had another Zoom reading of one of my plays as a benefit for the Actors Fund.  This is OUR TIME, and it's loosely autobiographical.  For many reasons it's one of my favorite plays and I'm... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Comic for April 23, 2021

Dilbert readers - Please visit Dilbert.com to read this feature. Due to changes with our feeds, we are now making this RSS feed a link to Dilbert.com.
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House of Mystery #256 - Bernie Wrightson cover, Alex Nino art

Bernie Wrightson House of Mystery v1 #256, 1978 - On this Halloween cover, Cain holds a demonic pumpkin that resembles the cover of Secrets of Haunted House #5. Both are exceptional works by Bernie Wrightson, whose fine brushwork is evident in throughout the scene. Even the eerie coloration adds to its overall appeal. Alex Nino employs more lines than usual in his tale of a French artist [Author: Unknown]
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Best of DC #51 / Batman Family - Neal Adams, Don Newton, Marshall Rogers, Jim Starlin reprints

Best of DC #51 Best of DC (Blue Ribbon Digest) v1 #51 / Batman Family, 1984 - One hundred pages showcase Batman and many of his supporting characters, including Robin, Man-Bat and Batgirl. The best of these reprints feature artwork by Neal Adams (Batman #232, #237), Don Newton (Batman Family #12, #13), Marshall Rogers (Batman Family #13) and Jim Starlin (opening splash from Batman Family #17, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Batman, Dc, Superhero, Newton, Rogers, 1980s, Adams, Ted Ignacio, Jim Starlin, Digests, Starlin, DC Blue Ribbon Digest, Neal Adams Batman, 154, Neal Adams Don Newton Marshall Rogers Jim Starlin

Zombie Land Saga’s Yuugiri Provides Some Extremely Buxom Live Service

The anime industry has realized how valuable the concept of virtual YouTubers has become as the always wonderfully dressed Yuugiri of Zombie Land Saga has now been transformed into a 3D model to attract attention to the ongoing second season of the anime, offering visitors some virtual service in more ways than one. Yuugiri, as […]
Tags: Music, Alcohol, Zombies, Anime, Livestream, Idol, Yukata, Otaku, Oppai, Zombie Land Saga, Virtual YouTubers, Yuugiri of Zombie Land Saga

Doom Patrol Cast Expands, Adds Five Members of Sisterhood of Dada

The cast of HBO Max’s Doom Patrol is getting larger, as five new actors have been announced to take up the roles as the Sisterhood of Dada.   RELATED: Michelle Gomez Joins Doom Patrol Season 3 as Villain Madame Rouge Micah Joe Parker, Wynn Everett, Miles Mussenden, Anita Kalathara, and Gina Hiraizumi will be joining the cast of the fan-favorite television series for its upcoming third season. The five actors will all join the series in recurring roles, acting as different members of the Sister...
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Wayne Federman on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

The post Wayne Federman on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon appeared first on Jumbo Dump.
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Andy Kindler Roasts “Gutfeld!”

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Fran Lebowitz on Real Time with Bill Maher

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"This is a surreal depiction in which racism is concentrated everywhere. Everyone manifests racism, but then also a vulnerable human side."

"The characters' stories were nicely, complexly interwoven. I liked it — even when it skewed melodramatic. I liked that you were kept on your toes about which characters to love or hate, to respect or revile."That's something I blogged in February 2006, after watching the movie "Crash," which had just been nominated for the Best Picture Oscar. The movie went on to win that Oscar, a fact I'm contemplating this morning because I'm reading "The Oscars always get it wrong. Here are the real best pic...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Law, La, US, America, Oscar, Oscars, Homophobia, Brokeback Mountain, Racists, WaPo, Ann Althouse, Race And Pop Culture, Washington Post Here, Temüjin

Oyasumi Sex Couldn’t Be Any More Incestuous

Sleeping and pills continue to serve as a theme and central fetish of Oyasumi Sex as the third episode has yet more copulation between the main male character and his imouto, a fetish that might not appeal to some types of ero-anime addicts. The PV teases some of the pair’s nighttime antics, which apparently involves […]
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Here are the streets and sidewalks closed for the Academy Awards in L.A. this weekend

Because of COVID-19, the 93rd Academy Awards on Sunday will originate from multiple venues. The Oscars primarily will broadcast from Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, as well as from the show’s traditional home at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Some attendees are expected to make their appearances from international locations. Click here for road and sidewalk closures and how transportation at Union Station will be affected. Related Articles LAPD warns 4/20 revelers to ...
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Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san Can’t Stop Thinking of a Nude Nagatoro

Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san‘s cowardly protagonist continues to bond with caramel bully Nagatoro as she can be seen wearing some seductive sukumizu, causing the senpai to fantasize about her nude once again as the two do something (relatively) friendly together for once. Omake:
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To Love-Ru Yuuki Mikan Sukumizu Figure Boldly Presents

The precious imouto of To Love-Ru, Yuuki Mikan, has tried to impress onlookers by putting on a sukumizu, a move that will resonate with fetishists and will have potential buyers eager to go for a swim with the girl come September. Yuuki Mikan can be pre-ordered now.
Tags: Anime, Anime Figures, Oppai, Image Gallery, Sukumizu, To Love-Ru, Good Smile Company, Max Factory, Yuuki Mikan

Disenchanted Cast Details Emerge, Features Snow White’s Seven Dwarfs

Information about Disney’s upcoming Disnenchanted film has been kept under wraps for a bit. According to a new report from The DisInsider, more about the film and its cast have been revealed.   RELATED: Disenchanted: Patrick Dempsey Confirms Return in Disney+ Sequel According to the report, the upcoming sequel to the 2007 film will see Amy Adams’ Giselle, her Prince Charming Robert, and Robert’s daughter Morgan move to the suburbs, with a character known as Malvina Monroe acting as the main vi...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Ireland, Streaming, Snow White, Idina Menzel, Amy Adams, Robert, Patrick Dempsey, Morgan, James Marsden, Giselle, ComingSoon, Movie News, Disney Plus, Rachel Covey

Christopher Nolan Talked With Netflix, Wants Global Cinema Distribution

Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images The world of film distribution is ever-changing, and in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, studios and distributors alike are rethinking ways to handle what was once normal business. In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, Netflix’s Scott Stuber has said director Christopher Nolan has had conversations with Netflix about potentially working together and that global cinema distribution is a sticking point. RELATED: Christopher Nolan Reportedly No...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Netflix, Streaming, Nolan, WB, Scott Stuber, Stuber, Chris Nolan, ComingSoon, Movie News, Andreas Rentz Getty, Wall Street Journal Netflix, Tenet Nolan, Warner Bros Asked, HBO Max Plans Nolan

NCIS: Los Angeles Renewed, CBS Orders NCIS: Hawaii Spinoff Series

The world of NCIS is getting bigger in the coming years, as CBS has officially renewed NCIS: Los Angeles and ordered a new series, NCIS: Hawaii, for a future release. MORE: Falcon and The Winter Soldier Showrunner Working on Captain America 4 NCIS: Hawaii will be the first NCIS franchise to feature a female lead. As for NCIS: Los Angeles, this will be the 13th season for the long-running program, with no signs of stopping. With the return of NCIS: Los Angeles official, stars LL Cool J and Chris...
Tags: TV, Movies, Los Angeles, Hawaii, TV News, New Orleans, Cbs, Captain America, NCIS, Dave Bautista, Chris O'Donnell, NCIS: Los Angeles, Scott Gemmill, Jan Nash, Matt Bosack, NCIS: Hawaii

Adam McKay Says His New Film ‘Don’t Look Up’ is Tonally Between ‘The Other Guys’ and ‘The Big Short’

One of my most anticipated movies of 2021 is Don’t Look Up, the latest movie from Anchorman and Vice director Adam McKay. It’s a dark comedy about “two low-level astronomers who embark on a media tour to warn mankind of an approaching asteroid that will destroy Earth,” and it has a ridiculously stacked cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Evans, and many more. The movie will arrive on Netflix in either November or December this year, and in a new interview, McKay says ...
Tags: Quotes, Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Drama, Earth, Netflix, Mark Wahlberg, Evans, Ryan Gosling, Adam-McKay, Don, Ferrell, McKay, DiCaprio Lawrence, Bong Joon

Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon S OP Song Teased in Energetic CM

15 seconds of the song for Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon S‘s opening sequence has been teased through a TV CM, yet again advertising the cute dragon series and likely entertaining those who enjoy reveling in music used for anime shows. The short TV CM shows off Fhana’s “Ai no Supreme!” and sets it to […]
Tags: Music, Comedy, TV, OP, Anime, Dragons, Kobayashi, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Maids, Kyoto Animation, CM, Maid Dragon, Fhana

What the MasterClass effect means for edtech

MasterClass, which sells a subscription to celebrity-taught classes, sits on the cusp of entertainment and education. It offers virtual, yet aspirational learning: an online tennis class with Serena Williams, a cooking session with Gordon Ramsay. While there’s the off chance that an instructor might actually talk to you — it has happened before — the platform mostly just offers paywalled documentary-style content. The vision has received attention. MasterClass is raising funding that would value...
Tags: Startups, TC, Education, Microsoft, Entertainment, India, Funding, US, Toronto, Tech, Fundraising, Dell, Gordon Ramsay, Serena Williams, Edtech, Chess

‘Resident Evil’ Producer Constantin Film Picks Up Post-Apocalyptic Thriller ‘The Walk’

Constantin Film, the production company behind the Resident Evil movies, has found a new sci-fi property to bring to the big screen. Constantin has acquired the rights to The Walk, based on Lee Goldberg’s thriller novel of the same name, which follows a studio executive as he makes a journey on foot through a post-apocalyptic California. Deadline reports that Constantin Film has picked up Lee Goldberg’s script for The Walk, which he adapted from his own best-selling 2004 novel. In The Walk, ...
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Is the Saw Franchise Ready for the Small Screen? Lionsgate Thinks So

Lionsgate Television is jumping into the streaming competition, and they plan to come out swinging. The studio is exploring the possibility of a Saw television show. The Saw films were a huge financial success at the box office, and are looking to duplicate that for the small screen.Read more...
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The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to HBO Max in May 2021

It’s gonna be May (are we still doing that joke?) soon, which means HBO Max – which has quickly become one of the best streaming services around in terms of content – is going to unleash a whole slew of new movies (and TV shows) you’re going to want to check out. So let’s take a gander at the best TV shows and movies coming to HBO Max in May 2021, shall we? Tenet At last, Tenet is coming to HBO Max (even though Christopher Nolan isn’t such a fan of the streaming service). I was mixed on T...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, White House, Los Angeles, Stanley Kubrick, Kansas, Charles Dickens, Silicon Valley, Las Vegas, Greenland, Kubrick, Ellen, Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, Alex Gibney

Shiboritoranaide Onna Shounin-san Manga Gets Molested Whilst in a Wall

The lewd adventurer and merchant duo manga Shiboritoranaide Onna Shounin-san has depicted another erotic situation as the animal-eared Firo is trapped in a wall, her accomplice lubing her up on one side as she is molested on the other and certain to have some wondering how such a lewd series doesn’t have full uncensored nudity. […]
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How The Weeknd and Juice WRLD’s Vibrant Videos Are Moving Anime Into the Mainstream

Late Thursday, the Weeknd dropped the music video for “Save Your Tears,” featuring Ariana Grande (and her seldom-heard lower register). The video, in classic recent Weeknd fashion, begins with a dismembered head. It’s a brightly-colored tour through an assembly line that translates the song’s unmistakable ‘80s vibe into fuzzy, globoid visuals. Produced by London-based studio […]
Tags: London, News, Ariana Grande, Anime, The Weeknd, Tristan Zammit, Juice WRLD

She-Hulk Set Photos Show Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters

Photo Credit: Bruce Glikas/Bruce Glikas/WireImage) We have our first look at Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters in the upcoming Disney+ series She-Hulk. A photo captured by the Instagram account atlanta_filming shows Maslani happy on set dressed up as Walters. She’s wearing a yellow UCLA sweater, which is the college that Walters got her law degree from in the Marvel comics. The She-Hulk series is set to release in 2022 on Disney+ and will consist of ten episodes. Check out the She-Hulk set ...
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WWE Star The Miz Wants To Be Johnny Cage in Mortal Kombat Sequel

Photo Credit: WWE Mortal Kombat released yesterday on HBO Max and in theaters. While fans have largely been positive about the action flick, there has been an outcry about the absence of series mainstay Johnny Cage. This has led to a lot of fan casting speculation in a potential sequel and one “Awesome” professional wrestler has already offered his services. RELATED: Joe Taslim Has Signed Options for Four More Mortal Kombat Movies Former WWE Champion and current Miz and Mrs. star The Miz tagg...
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