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/Filmcast Ep. 616 – Mortal Kombat (GUESTS: Tara Ariano and Daanish Syed)

David and Devindra are joined by friends of the show Tara Ariano and Daanish Syed to chat about the good, the bad, and the awkward of the Academy Awards. For the feature review, the cast watches Mortal Kombat, the directorial debut of Simon McQuoid. Follow Daanish on Twitter and follow Tara Ariano 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 bu...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, Youtube, David, Mike, Engadget, Tara, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger, Devindra, Simon McQuoid, Mortal-kombat, Tara Ariano, Daanish Syed


Jason Little discusses The Vagina, his NSFW webcomic

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Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Comics, Comedy, New York, Instagram, Interview, Nudity, Molly, France, Censorship, New York City, US, Webcomics


Between Astrology and Astronomy...

  Where the science of Astronomy meets the pseudo-science of Astrology. Buy it here:... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
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Justice League of America #73 - Joe Kubert cover

Joe Kubert Justice League of America v1 #73, 1969 - For the annual team-up with the Justice Society, the heroes encounter a boy with his own impressive super powers. Joe Kubert captures the absurdity with all due seriousness. The darkened lamp post not only helps separate it from the background, but gives weight to the object. Same goes for the debris in the foreground. Other artists in this  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Joe Kubert, Justice League of America, Justice Society


Netflix’s Virtual YouTuber Formally Introduces Herself

Netflix has finally unveiled the introductory video for its appropriately satanic “sheep” VTuber mascot N-Ko Mei Kurono, serving as yet another advertisement for Netflix’s many shows but also ensuring VTuber fanatics that she’ll also stream games, do karaoke and collaborate with other 2D avatars. N-Ko’s introductory video where she informs the masses she is fluent […]
Tags: Usa, Marketing, International, Netflix, Anime, KO, Kemonomimi, Virtual YouTubers, Ko Mei Kurono


April 30: comics as the new form of protest art... Discussion

The Comic Art Teaching and Study Workshop,Rice University, Houston, and Printed Matter, NYC,invite you to join  SUE COE | CHRISTOPHER SPERANDIO|RYAN STANDFEST | STAN WANYfor a discussion about comics as   the new form of protest art...and the artist as publishing auteur FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1 PM EST For more information, please reply to Anne Edgar,   [email protected] FREE and ONLINE, AT:   VIMEO.COM/RICEMEDIACENTER   or...
Tags: Comics, France, United States, Houston, Montreal, Detroit, Trip, Trump, Moma, Elliott, Rice University, Coe, Sue Coe, Mike Rhode, André Breton, Canada Council


The Astounding Space Thrills Kickstarter launches!

The Astounding Space Thrills Kickstarter launches! A quick update to let you know that the The Astounding Space Thrills Kickstarter just launched! I'm so excited for this story to finally be collected after 23 years!Astounding Space Thrills was my first webcomic series and it launched in 1998. Here's the l...
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode


New Release Review [Amazon Prime Video] - WITHOUT REMORSE

A Navy SEAL hunts down those responsible for the murder of his pregnant wife. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Navy, The Movie Waffler


‘Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie’ is Coming to Netflix

Sailor Moon is one of the most iconic animes of the ’90s. That’s why it’s a little curious that the 2014 reboot, which more loyally adapted Naoko Takeuchi’s manga, came and went without much noise. Maybe the nostalgia had faded, maybe it was the different animation style, or maybe it was the anime’s U.S. streaming home on Hulu, which until now had the exclusive streaming rights to the reboot, titled Sailor Moon Crystal. But now, the two-part film that follows up Sailor Moon Crystal has been sna...
Tags: Anime, Movie Trailers, Netflix, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie, Sailor Moon


Superhero Bits: ‘Teen Titans GO!’ Meets ‘DC Super Hero Girls’, Marvel Fighting Game Rumored & More

Want to see a crossover between Teen Titans GO! and DC Super Hero Girls (or least distract your kids with one)? What’s up with this new Colossus everyone is talking about? Are the developers of Injustice coming up with a Marvel fighting game? Which Spider-Man: Far From Home supporting star is returning for No Way Home? Is Loki digging into an obscure X-Men comic story? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. In case you didn’t hear, DC FanDome will be come back this year, but ...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Spider-Man, Superman, Suicide Squad, Batman, Deadpool, Cartoon Network, Avengers, X-men, Tmnt, Alex Ross, Loki, Comic Book/Superhero, Justice-League, Superhero Bits


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Thursday, April 29 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 29, 2021: Filming in California Movie: Being the Ricardos Location: 743 S Lucerne Blvd., Los Angeles (until May 12th, excluding weekends) Filming in New York TV Series: Law & Order: Organized Crime Location: Grand St. & Mott St., New York Credit: @kucksuelwhan and @sacredhands TV Series: The […] The post Thursday, April 29 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: New York, Movies, News, California, Lucerne Blvd Los Angeles, Grand St Mott St New York Credit


Netflix Launches ‘Play Something’ Shuffle Feature To End Decision Fatigue

Your nights of endless scrolling are over. Netflix is looking to combat decision fatigue amid Peak TV with a new shuffle feature, Play Something. It’s a feature that the streaming giant has been testing out since at least year, and one that will bring Netflix the closest to emulating traditional TV channel surfing. Netflix has launched the Play Something button, a new shuffle feature will automatically suggest and play new film and TV titles to Netflix users based on their viewing history. T...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Amazon Fire, Tech Stuff, Cameron Johnson, Play Something


Yuiko Okuzumi Bunny Girl Figure Doesn’t Forget the Tights

The sweet Yuiko Okuzumi from the artbook known as Yomu Tights (courtesy of Miru Tights creator Yomu) can now be owned like a slave as this figurine depicts her in a luscious bunny girl outfit, naturally also including some lascivious legwear and bound to be hotly coveted by collectors come her December arrival. Yuiko Okuzumi […]
Tags: Artists, Tights, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Freeing, Bunny Girl, Usamimi, Original Figures, Miru Tights, Yomu, Yuiko Okuzumi


Water Cooler: Shadow and Bone, The Mitchells vs. The Machines, The Lady Eve, Haunted: Latin America, and More

On the April 28, 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 gather around the virtual water cooler and talk about what they’ve been up to. At The Water Cooler : What we’ve been Doing : Brad attended a LAN party with some vaccinated friends. Jacob has been planning a Twilight Imperium game, which is practically a part-time job. ...
Tags: Movies, Harley Quinn, Latin America, Chris, Ben, Brad, Jacob, Ben Pearson, Mitchells, Jacob Hall, Water cooler, Hoai Tran Bui, Hoai Tran, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman


David Cronenberg Returns to Directing With ‘Crimes of the Future,’ Set to Film This Summer

Seven years after his last feature film, Maps to the Stars, David Cronenberg is finally ready to get behind the camera again. A new report reveals the Canadian filmmaker and body horror expert is headed to Greece this summer to film Crimes of the Future. That title will be familiar to Cronenberg fans – the director made a film by that same name in 1970. According to Screen Daily, David Cronenberg is headed to Greece in August to start shooting Crimes of the Future, his first feature film sin...
Tags: Movies, Greece, Horror, David-Cronenberg, Athens, Viggo Mortensen, Piraeus, Mortensen, Anatolia, Cronenberg, Robert Lantos, Eastern Promises, Athens Hydra, Crimes of the Future, Argonauts Productions, Mitilini


Lionsgate Dates The Protege, Shotgun Wedding & White Bird

After a year full of delays, shifts to streaming, and empty movie theaters, all the studios are eager to move into the future with full schedules and an audience that’s hopefully ready to return to their local cinema. To that effect, Lionsgate has announced the release dates for three of their upcoming films. RELATED: The Borrowers Reboot Movie in the Works From Universal Pictures Premiering on August 20 of this year, actioner The Protege (previously known as The Asset) stars Samuel L. Jackson ...
Tags: Movies, Gillian Anderson, Helen Mirren, Lionsgate, Movie News, Samuel L. Jackson


‘Apocalypse Now’ Poster Reproduction Coming From Mondo

The iconic Apocalypse Now poster by artist Bob Peak has been reproduced and will go on sale tomorrow courtesy of the folks at Mondo. The late Peak is often heralded as one of the best movie poster artists in the history of film, and it’s easy to see why – his work is sharp, bold, and instantly memorable, and his Apocalypse Now poster is one of his very best. Above you can see a version of the screenprinted Apocalypse Now poster reproduction from Mondo. To reproduce Bob Peak’s immortal poste...
Tags: Movies, Bob, Poster, Mondo, Jason Edmiston, Francis Ford Coppola, Apocalypse-Now, Matthew Peak, Bob Peak, Edmiston, Zoetrope Mondo, Jon Smith Shane Mahn, Jon Smith Mondo, Jason Edmiston Jon Smith, Shane Mahn


New ‘The Green Knight’ Images Send Dev Patel on an Epic Quest

Hey, remember The Green Knight? It was a movie we were all pretty damn excited about in 2020. And then the coronavirus happened and pushed the David Lowry-directed movie into oblivion. There was a very vocal online push for A24 to release the film digitally, but A24 seemed to have no intention of doing anything like that. Now, at long last, we’re finally going to get to see this thing as The Green Knight heads to theaters this summer. As we eagerly and impatiently await the release, some new Gr...
Tags: Images, Movies, Fantasy, A24, Dev Patel, Sxsw, David Lowery, Patel, David Lowry, Ralph Ineson, Green Knight, Gawain, The Green Knight, Gawain Dev Patel King Arthur, Damn Dev Patel


‘Wolf Like Me’: Peacock Orders Genre-Bending Romantic Comedy Starring Josh Gad and Isla Fisher

Peacock has announced a straight-to-series order for Wolf Like Me, described as “a genre-bending romantic comedy” that will star Josh Gad and Isla Fisher. Abe Forsythe (Little Monsters) created the series, which consists of six half-hour episodes that follow Gad and Fisher’s characters as they deal with the baggage of a new relationship. The series is produced by Made Up Stories, a “development and production company that amplifies distinctive voices to tell unforgettable stories about the dive...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Casting, Isla-Fisher, Wolf, Josh, Gary, Mary, Fisher, Peacock, Josh-Gad, Gad, Isla, Forsythe, Abe Forsythe


World of Tanks Joins Forces Once Again With Girls und Panzer

World of Tanks is once again cooperating with tank battle anime Girls und Panzer, this time allowing those in the West to experience all the content, such as voice lines from each of the main girls, their iconic tank in-game, special decals, and a whole slew of missions. Information on the event is available through […]
Tags: Usa, Marketing, West, Military, Anime, MMORPG, PV, Girls und Panzer, World of Tanks


Kevin Feige Recalls Eternals Pitch, Chloé Zhao Gives Props to Marvel

Director Chloé Zhao recently made history at the 93rd Academy Awards, becoming the first woman of color to win the Best Director award while also receiving an Oscar for Best Picture for her film Nomadland. Zhao’s next film is the upcoming Marvel Studios feature Eternals. In a new interview with Variety, President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige recalled the pitch that Zhao made for the film and marveled at how it’s coming along.   RELATED: Director Chloe Zhao Reveals She’s Also the Writer for Ma...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Disney, Marvel Studios, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Zhao, Kevin Feige, ComingSoon, Movie News, Feige, Eternals, Chloe Zhao, Marvel Studios Eternals, Nomadland Zhao, Variety President of Marvel Studios, Feige Zhao


Bo Burnham Inside Trailer Announces New Netflix Special

Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Comedian, actor, and director Bo Burnham is releasing a brand new special in 2021, but it will very much be a product of 2020. Filmed inside his home without a crew or an audience over the course of the pandemic year, the aptly named Inside will premiere on Netflix before the year is out. Announced out of the blue via social media, this special is a truly unique one-man show premiering on a big stage. Fans immediately asked Bo how he captured the included c...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Youtube, Netflix, TV News, John Krasinski, Bo, Burnham, Bo Burnham, Streaming News, Dia Dipasupil Getty Images Comedian, Larry Bird Inside


Experience the before time with this free handshake simulator

By Torfi, A Firm Handshake is a pleasant reminder of the before-time. Available for Windows, MacOS and Linux, it lets you approach people and shake their hands. They then become your associates, perhaps even your friends, and follow as you approach others and shake their hands, too. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Games, News, Manners, Free Downloads, COVID


Bo Burnham Filmed a Musical Comedy Special During the Pandemic, and It’s Coming to Netflix Soon

Bo Burnham, the promising young man who recently co-starred in Promising Young Woman, is returning to his comedy roots. Today, Burnham revealed that he has filmed a new musical comedy special over the last year during the pandemic, which is fittingly called Inside. He says the special is “almost finished,” and it’s coming to Netflix soon. Check out a brief teaser video below. New Bo Burnham Netflix Special hi. i made a new special. it was filmed by me, alone, without a crew or an audience,...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Netflix, Carey Mulligan, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Burnham, Kumail Nanjiani, Bo Burnham, Tamborine Burnham


The Criterion Channel May 2021 Lineup Revealed

The Criterion Channel is spending the month of May celebrating the independent spirit in filmmaking. From indie-film legend Gena Rowlands to blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo, there should be something for everyone in this month’s new additions for film historians. Check out The Criterion Channel May 2021 new additions: The Criterion Channel May 2021 Featured Series Satyajit Ray at 100 Pather Panchali (1955), Aparajito (1956), The Music Room (1958), Apur Sansar (1959), Devi (1960), Rabindranat...
Tags: Movies, Rebecca, House, Tokyo, Criterion, Oliver, Ray, Shirley Temple, Minnie, Dalton Trumbo, Arthur Russell, Rabindranath Tagore, Gena Rowlands, Moskowitz, ComingSoon, Movie News


Exclusive: Without Remorse Cast Discuss Latest Tom Clancy Adaptation

BEGIN SLIDESHOW ComingSoon.net had the chance to speak with the cast of Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse (read our review), which streams this Friday on Amazon Prime. Our own Jeff Ames got the chance to talk to Jamie Bell (King Kong), Lauren London (Always and Forever) and Jodie Turner-Smith (Queen & Slim) about their roles in the film.  Without Remorse is the explosive origin story of Clancy’s iconic action hero John Clark. The film is directed by Stefano Sollima from a script by Taylor Sherid...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Russia, Ben Affleck, Thriller, Cia, Harrison Ford, Kremlin, Liev Schreiber, John Kelly, Tom Clancy, Michael B Jordan, Kelly, Clancy, John Clark, Willem Dafoe


Pixar Staff Frustrated By Decisions to Send ‘Soul’ and ‘Luca’ Directly to Disney+

Luca is the second Pixar film in less than a year to debut exclusively on Disney+. When Soul sidestepped movie theaters to debut exclusively on Disney+ in December, many Pixar employees believed it was a one-time decision brought on by coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which shuttered theaters throughout 2020. But as the vaccine rollout has steadily expanded and theaters have begun to open back up, Pixar staffers are voicing their frustrations with Disney’s decision to apparently send only Pixar...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Animation, Iger, Pixar, Luca, Encanto, Pete Docter, Bob Iger, Raya, Disney/Pixar, Netflix/Streaming Video, Business and Industry News, Disney Luca, Disney Several Pixar


Fannie, Freddie debut new refi option for low-income families

The FHFA announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will begin offering a new refinance product this summer for low-income homeowners.
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Freddie Mac, FHFA, Fannie Mae, Federal Housing Finance Agency, Fannie Freddie, Select, Refinance, Low-income Borrowers


AI-powered mortgage processing: 27 options besides Google

Google Cloud may be making waves in the world of intelligent document processing with the rollout of a purpose-built solution for the mortgage industry, Lending DocAI, but there are at least 27 technology vendors competing in the space.
Tags: Google, Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Radio, Ibm, Mortgage, Bis, Everest Group, Rossum, Indico, HCL Technologies, Google Cloud, Abbyy, Kofax, Celaton, Roostify



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