Hollywood deserves this.

Hypocrites and communists Couldn't happen to a nice group of pompous virtue-signaling leftist... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
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Simpson's Apu voice acting opinion article in The Post

Hank Azaria apologized for playing Apu on 'The Simpsons.' I accept. [Simpsons; voice actors; in print as Hank Azaria, I accept your 'Apu' apology]. Opinion by Mellini Kantayya Washington Post April 24, 2021 p. A19 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/04/22/hank-azaria-apologized-playing-apu-i-accept-i-appreciate-it/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, APU, Simpson, Hank Azaria, Mike Rhode, Mellini Kantayya Washington Post

Troy-Jeffrey Allen talks to Matt Lesniewski

Matt Lesniewski's Got It Covered: Reality Meets Fantasy in 'Crimson Flower' by Troy-Jeffrey Allen Apr 25, 2021https://www.previewsworld.com/Article/251257 [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Troy Jeffrey Allen, Matt Lesniewski, Crimson Flower

Brave and the Bold #57 - 1st Metamorpho (key)

Brave and the Bold #57 Brave and the Bold v1 #57, 1965 - Rex Mason is a soldier of fortune who has it all, including the love of the beautiful socialite Sapphire Stagg. When her father sends him to Egypt, he's trapped in a pyramid and exposed to a weird glowing meteor. As a result, he's transformed into a creature that can change his chemical makeup at will. Metamorpho makes his key first [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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X-men #216 - Barry Windsor Smith cover

Barry Windsor Smith Uncanny X-men v1 #216, 1987 - Storm seems to lose control on this elegant yet disturbing Barry Smith cover. A simplified background allows the characters to come to the fore, where details abound. Wolverine looks a tad unfinished but conveniently placed to balance the layout. Other artists in this Marvel copper age superhero comic include Jackson Guice and Dan Green. This [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Smith, X-men, Superhero, Wolverine, 1980s, Dan Green, Barry Smith, Ted Ignacio, Barry Windsor Smith, Jackson Guice

Review: Kiss the Ground

— by BEV QUESTAD — Woody Harrelson announces he’s given up on fixing the environment. It’s simply too vast a problem with each solution seemingly causing more problems. But then he asks, “What if there is another path?” What does he mean? This past week, churches celebrated Earth Day on April 22, culminating in grand […]
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Mako-chan Kaihatsu Nikki Quickly Steals Away a Woman

Erotic anime Mako-chan Kaihatsu Nikki has its main tantalizing female confessing her love to her osananajimi as they quickly become romantically intertwined, though, a scheming third party quickly takes advantage of the situation so that he can have sex with the enchanting girl. The first episode PV has the charming main girl masturbating and getting […]
Tags: Romance, Anime, Fetish, Blackmail, Mako, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Onanism, Kaihatsu Nikki, Mako-chan Kaihatsu Nikki, Kaihatsu Nikki Quickly Steals Away

Matthew McConaughey Declares “The Big Screen is Back” in Moviegoing PSA

Movie theaters are back, baby. And it’s all right, all right, all right. Matthew McConaughey emerged with an incredible quarantine haircut to star in a moviegoing PSA from NATO and the MPAA, welcoming audiences back to theaters. Watch McConaughey — with the help of clips from Shang-Chi, Free Guy, F9, Dune, and Death on the Nile — encourage movie fans to head back to theaters in the “Big Screen is Back” PSA below. Moviegoing PSA: The Big Screen is Back After more than a year of being clo...
Tags: Movies, Matthew-McConaughey, New York City, Los Angeles, Nato, Psa, Mpaa, Exhibition, Video Clips, Kong, McConaughey, Motion Picture Association of America MPAA, TV Spots, National Association of Theatre Owners NATO, New York Studios, Moviegoing PSA

‘In the Heights’ Trailer: Will This Musical Be the Event of the Summer?

Last night during the Oscars a brand-new trailer for In the Heights arrived, giving us yet another look at the highly anticipated musical from Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu. While some of the footage here was from a previous trailer, it’s set to different music, and continues to make In the Heights look like a must-see. In fact, based on the text in the trailer itself, everyone involved is hoping this is going to be “the event of the summer.” And ...
Tags: Movies, Washington, Movie Trailers, Musical, Steven Spielberg, Warner Brothers, Hamilton, Lin Manuel Miranda, West Side Story, Heights, Jon M Chu, Quiara Alegria Hudes, Jimmy Smits, In The Heights, HBO Max, Stephanie Beatriz Dascha Polanco


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Circumventing Nomadland Censorship in China

So Nomadland won big at the Oscars, but the Chinese media machine is not celebrating the win. In fact, it’s censoring all mention of Chloé Zhao, Nomadland, and even the Oscars altogether! Variety gives a rundown of how the Chinese people are trying to get around the censorship: The term “ 无依之地 ,” the censored Chinese title of “Nomadland,” became WYZD, the first sound of every character, or “有靠之天” (characters that nonsensically mean the exact opposite of the ones in its official titl...
Tags: Movies, China, Censorship, Language, Linguistics, Nomadland, Chloé Zhao Nomadland

Tuesday, April 27 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 27, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Speedwell Location: 111 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles (until April 30th) TV Series: The Terminal List Location: 923 E 3rd St.; 300 S Santa Fe Ave., Los Angeles (until April 29th) TV Series: Truth Be Told Location: 1415 Maple Ave., […] The post Tuesday, April 27 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Daily Filming Locations, Santa Fe Ave Los Angeles

MikuMikuDance msToonCoordinator Effect Video Garners Attention

A new release of msToonCoordinator, something used for an MMD accompanying program called MikuMikuEffect, has accrued some attention on NicoNicoDouga as it shows off its stylistic graphical prowess, and sure to be hotly desired amongst MikuMikuDance creators. The video, which has Hatsune Miku dancing to Cynical Night Plan, accumulated 16,000+ views in about two days: […]
Tags: Music, Technology, Dancing, Artists, Anime, Hatsune Miku, MMD, Vocaloid, MikuMikuDance, NicoNicoDouga

Superhero Bits: ‘Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ Finale Easter Eggs, ‘Superman & Lois’ on HBO Max & More

What is Marvel doing with a special presentation of an upcoming NBA game? Did you hear the first five episodes of Superman & Lois are on HBO Max for a limited time? What is one thing that Dave Bautista is disappointed about with regards to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Did you catch all the hints about the big reveal in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Supergirl co-star Katie McGrath talks about playing Lena Luthor in the show’s sixth...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Superman, Nba, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Deadpool, Avengers, Jack Black, Supergirl, Falcon, Silver Surfer, Katie McGrath, Lois, Anthony Mackie, Dave Bautista

Video: Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Almost Looked VERY Different

The Art of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge hits bookstore shelves this week, and with it comes a lot of information, insight and concept art about how Disney’s Star Wars theme park land evolved into what it is today. That includes all the paths it almost took, including alternate rides and stores, and very different storytelling experiences. And we’ve put together a video breaking it all down. Galaxy’s Edge Differences Over at my Ordinary Adventures YouTube channel, we recorded a video talking...
Tags: Amazon, Art, Books, Movies, Disney, Features, Theme Parks, Lucasfilm, Alley, Fandom, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, OGA, Amy Ratcliffe, Featured Stories Sidebar, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

Japan’s ‘Demon Slayer’ Topped the Opening Weekend of ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ at the US Box Office

It’s no secret that the box office hasn’t been all that thrilling over the past year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. But now that theaters are starting to open up more and vaccinated audiences are returning to the big screen, business is starting to pick back up. That’s paved the way for a recent animated import from Japan to top the opening weekend of one of Disney’s big animated movies and earn one of the biggest anime openings of all time. The anime feature Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Disney, US, Canada, United States, Nintendo, Pokemon, Box Office, Tom, Jerry, Raya, Tom And Jerry, US Box Office, Demon Slayer, Kimetsu

Disenchanted: Disney Sequel Casts Three Actresses as Villains

The cast for Disney’s upcoming sequel Disenchanted continues to grow. Deadline has revealed that Maya Rudolph, Yvette Nicole Brown and Jayma Mays are set to join the Disney+ Enchanted sequel. Details are light, but Rudolph is said to be portraying one of the main villains in the film. Meanwhile, Brown and Mays are “potentially portraying evil as well.” RELATED: Disenchanted Cast Details Emerge, Features Snow White’s Seven Dwarfs More details on Disenchanted began to emerge last week. While we k...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Ireland, Idina Menzel, Amy Adams, Rudolph, Morgan, Brown, Maya Rudolph, Giselle, Monroe, Mays, Adam Shankman, Yvette Nicole Brown, Movie News, Jayma Mays

Nation’s largest thrift acquires top 20 mortgage lender

Flagstar Bancorp Inc., a top 20 mortgage lender that does business nationwide, is merging with the nation's largest thrift, New York Community Bancorp Inc., in a $2.6 billion deal will give the combined company nearly 400 branches in nine states.
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Industry News, Acquisitions, Select, Freedom Mortgage, New York Community Bancorp, Flagstar Bank, New York Community Bank, Banking & Lending, New York Community Bancorp Inc, Flagstar Bancorp Inc, Lee M. Smith, Opes Advisors, Thomas R. Cangemi

*TOY STORY* Specialty Chess Game

Chess is probably the MOST PLAYED game in our collection. It’s classic for a reason. We have several sets, but none is as well-loved as this themed Toy Story chess set. Each specialized piece has a small picture of the corresponding traditional piece on its base. You might think it would be difficult to remember […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, Math, Logic, Board Games, Strategy games, Homeschool, Gameschooling, Early Elementary

*GET WILD* National Parks Simultaneous Animal Trading Game & *PROFESSOR NOGGIN WILDLIFE BOX* Trivia Game

This year, National Parks Week was April 17-25, an extra special week to spend learning and playing games all about our nation’s most amazing places.  One of our favorite National Parks games is this one, GET WILD! It’s a fast-paced, simultaneously played animal-swapping game, a race to return North American wildlife to their native parks.   […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, Science, DICE, Board Games, Geography, Card Games, Homeschool, National Parks Week, Gameschooling, Early Elementary

Oscars 2021: ABC Executive Talks About the “Calculated Risk” of Ending With the Best Actor Category

The executive producers of the Oscars made several unconventional decisions that affected last night’s broadcast of the 93rd Academy Awards, but perhaps none were as surprising as switching up the order that the awards were handed out. Chadwick Boseman was the heavy favorite to posthumously win Best Actor for his outstanding performance in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, and Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher, and Jesse Collins decided to announce the Best Actor category last, which would have presumably...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Los Angeles, Frances Mcdormand, Olivia Colman, Glenn Close, Academy Awards, Anthony Hopkins, Hopkins, Chadwick Boseman, Variety, Mills, Ma Rainey, Soderbergh, Rob Mills, Howery

Peacock Adds ‘The Office’ Extended Superfan Episodes for the First Season

This year, Peacock got a huge boost of subscribers when it became the exclusive streaming home of The Office, the most streamed show of 2020. But the NBCUniversal streaming service knew they had to offer something a little more to entice some fans to follow the series instead of just buying it for themselves, so they made “Superfan Episodes” available. These extended cuts of episodes offer footage that was not widely seen and in some cases never even aired. Now, the selection has just grown. ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Office, Netflix, The Office, Health Care, Michael, Don, Jim, Alliance, Peacock, Dunder Mifflin They

Daily Podcast: The Highs and Lows of the 2021 Academy Awards

On the April 26, 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 to talk about the 93rd Academy Awards. In The News : The Setting/Format/Tone Lack of Clips/Montages Song Performances Happened During the Pre-Show No Playing People Off, So the Speeches Were Long Ask Chris about “watching” it via Twitter Brad: 2021 Oscars Winners: ...
Tags: Movies, Abc, China, Netflix, Frances Mcdormand, Glenn Close, Anthony Hopkins, Chris, Chadwick Boseman, Ben, Ma Rainey, Katharine Hepburn, Ben Pearson, Youn, Diablo Cody, Jacob Hall

HBO’s Drama Oslo Gets Trailer Ahead of May Release

HBO released the first Oslo trailer today before the film debuts on May 29. After it premieres on the subscription channel, the Ruth Wilson (HBO’s His Dark Materials and Mrs. Wilson) and Andrew Scott-led film will become streamable on HBO Max. Oslo is based upon the award-winning play of the same name. It’s a dramatization of real-life events that sees Golden Globe winner Wilson playing a Norweigan foreign minister named Mona Juul and Scott (Fleabag and Black Mirror) as her husband. The film’s ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Israel, Streaming, Steven Spielberg, Ruth Wilson, Oslo, Wilson, Tony, Golden Globe, Foreign Ministry, Shimon Peres, PLO, Andrew Scott, Bartlett, Jan Egeland

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 4 Teaser: Elisabeth Moss Asks for Justice

Ahead of the premiere of The Handmaid’s Tale season 4 this Wednesday, Hulu has released a final teaser promo asking for justice. Specifically, it’s Elisabeth Moss’ June asking for justice, for the women of Gilead she had left behind while fleeing the totalitarian government that imprisoned her. Watch The Handmaid’s Tale season 4 teaser below. The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Teaser What happens after Gilead? The Handmaid’s Tale season 4 teaser hints at the events after June’s escape from Gi...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, United States, Adaptation, Margaret Atwood, Hulu, Elisabeth Moss, Gilead, MGM Television, Elizabeth Moss, The Handmaid's Tale, Sam Jaeger, Yahlin Chang, MGM The Handmaid

*INCUBATION* Dragon Breeding Game

We LOVE dragon games. My boys are drawn to dragons and magic and fantasy games faster than any other kind. They love Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings, so it’s no surprise…and Incubation definitely has a very cool Tolkien/Hagrid feel since the object of the game is to hatch and raise dragons!  The graphics […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, DICE, Harry Potter, Board Games, Strategy games, Card Games, Homeschool, Gameschooling, Tolkien Hagrid

Compass to acquire transaction management platform Glide

The acquisition will be completed this week, according to an announcement on Monday. Glide enables agents and brokers to complete disclosures digitally.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Compass, Joseph Sirosh, Glide, Brokerage, Select, California Association Of Realtors, Lone Wolf Technologies, E-closing, Sebastian Tonkin

NieR Replicant’s “Daredevil” Achievement Encourages Upskirting

NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…, an updated version of the previous Japan-only NieR Replicant, seems to include a standard level of service as players are able to ogle the shapely breasts and undercarriages of the lovely 2B (costume) and futanari girl Kaine. The remaster even has an achievement that requires the player to specifically angle the camera […]
Tags: Games, Japan, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Pc Gaming, Kaine, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Remastered, Image Gallery, NieR

*TINY TOWNS: FORTUNE* (Expansion) Puzzle Building Block Game

Our family loves puzzles and we really love games to hat have a puzzle-like feel. Manipulating shapes and spaces to strategically fit things together is a favorite gaming element of ours, and Tiny Towns is one of the best games that does this!  The original Tiny Towns is a fantastic puzzle challenge to use resources […]
Tags: Crafts, Games, Math, Logic, Board Games, Strategy games, Homeschool, Gameschooling

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