George Wallace on Jimmy Kimmel Live

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New Trailer and Poster for Medical Thriller LA DOSIS

New trailer for the Argentinian thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Gilbert Gottfried On Jim Kerr Rock & Roll Morning Show

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Paula Pell on Late Night with Seth Meyers

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Google Censorship

A more appropriate logo for Google and their brand of censorship. You cannot even say the word... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
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Review: Profile

— by RON WILKINSON — The best thing about internet social networking is the mutable nature of its reality. The truth as far as it goes, the user is ultimately in command of their profile. If this film is a cautionary tale it is to remind that mutability goes both ways. It is one thing […]
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Hit Comics #25 - 1st Kid Eternity (key)

Hit Comics #25 Hit Comics v1 #25, 1942 - During WWII, a battle at sea results in the death of a young boy aboard an American ship. When he ascends to heaven, they send him back to Earth with an angel called Mr. Keeper. Kid Eternity, making his key first appearance, has the power to bring anyone from history or mythology to life. The duo's exploits continue in this series, usually fighting [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Maker Comics: Survive in the Outdoors!

I’ve been looking forward to this installment of Maker Comics — I’m really curious about learning how to Survive in the Outdoors. As told by Mike Lawrence, Sophia and her younger brother Alonso are spending the weekend with Grandpa, who’s going to take them fishing. They just want to stay on their phones and video games, but he manages to involve them in preparing for their trip. There’s an air of danger to all this. Typical of the series, the [...]
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PlayStation 5 Shortage to Continue into Next Year, According to Sony

According to an article by Bloomberg, the PlayStation 5 will remain in short supply going into 2022 as components to create the consoles are widely unavailable. One of Sony’s latest financial result briefings explained that the company has been struggling with keeping up with the constant high demand for the console: In a briefing after […]
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Meet the Real Estate Tech Entrepreneur: Saurabh Shah from InstaLend

This week, we interviewed Saurabh Shah from InstaLend. Without further ado… Who are you and what do you do? My name is Saurabh Shah – I am the co-founder of InstaLend, which is a nationwide lender for fix and flip and rental loans. I have spent the last few years growing the business and scaling it across loan product types. Typically when a borrower wants to enquire about a loan, they speak to me to get the loan origination process initiated. What problem does your product/service solve? Insta...
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Komi Can’t Communicate Anime Releasing in October, Watch First Teaser

The Komi Can’t Communicate anime adaptation officially has a release date, along with a brand new trailer for the show. The show follows the titular Komi, who has social anxiety and begins a quest to make 100 friends. MORE: Water Polo Anime RE-MAIN Gets Summer 2021 Premiere Date A new trailer revealing the adaptation was released on Tuesday, showcasing some of the animation style and a brief look at footage from the show as well. The anime adaptation will be released in October in Japan, so fan...
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‘1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything’ Trailer: AppleTV+ Docuseries From the Team That Made ‘Amy’

After winning an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature for their 2015 movie Amy that chronicled the life of the late singer Amy Winehouse, filmmakers Asif Kapadia and James Gay-Rees are heading to the small screen to explore a much more wide-ranging piece of music history. 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything is an eight-episode documentary series that uses archival footage and interviews to weave a tapestry depicting the collision of politics and music in 1971, and how it impacted artists...
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Wednesday, May 12 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 12, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Morning Show Location: 505 S Rimpau Blvd., Los Angeles TV Series: Curb Your Enthusiasm Location: 506 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles Movie: Being the Ricardos Location: 743 S Lucerne Blvd., Los Angeles  Filming in New York TV Series: […] The post Wednesday, May 12 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Fit For The Position

A lot of y'all asked for it, so here!!!!!!! Available for preorder now on my Topatoco store!
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Kiefer Sutherland to Star in Paramount+ Spy Series For ‘Focus’ Directors

After playing the “designated survivor” on the ABC (and subsequently Netflix) series of the same name, Kiefer Sutherland is heading back into spy territory for his next show. Sutherland, who memorably spent nine seasons violently interrogating people and attempting to foil terrorist plots as CTU agent Jack Bauer on the Fox staple 24, is set to star in this untitled drama on the newly rebranded Paramount+ streaming service. John Requa and Glenn Ficarra, the duo behind movies like Crazy Stupid Lo...
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No More Heroes 3 PV Recounts the Story of Travis Touchdown

Nintendo and Grasshopper Manufacture have released a brand new preview for the upcoming second action game sequel to No More Heroes recounting the story of otaku protagonist Travis Touchdown. The trailer, presented like a YouTube video within a YouTube video telling of Travis’ many bizarre and violent adventures: No More Heroes 3 will be released […]
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The CW Lands Legends of the Hidden Temple Reboot

The CW has officially landed the Legends of the Hidden Temple reboot, with Deadline reporting that the reboot will also be produced by the original producers of the series, Stone & Company.   MORE: Edward Norton Joins Daniel Craig & Dave Bautista in Knives Out 2 According to the report, the reboot will see many of its original ideas brought back, including the giant talking Mayan head Olmec, the Moat Crossings, The Steps of Knowledge, and the iconic Temple Run. Team names will also stick to th...
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David Lynch Directs a Surreal Music Video for Scottish Psychedelic Folk Singer Donovan’s 75th Birthday

It’s been four years since Twin Peaks: The Return went off the air and a whopping 15 years since David Lynch last directed a feature film, but the filmmaker at least has been gracing us with his regular weather reports, and occasionally, a short film. So it’s always a blessing when Lynch unleashes his surreal brand of artistry, even in a five-minute music video. Lynch directed a music video for Donovan‘s 2010 track “I Am the Shaman,” in honor of the Scottish psychedelic folk singer’s 75th birth...
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‘Wrath of Man’ Takes the Number One Spot at the Weekend Box Office with $25.6 Million Worldwide

Wrath of Man, the cinematic reunion between director Guy Ritchie and actor (and former professional diver) Jason Statham, topped the box office this past weekend with $25.6 million globally. That was enough to hold off contenders like the new Mortal Kombat, Godzilla vs. Kong, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, and more who were nipping at the new movie’s heels and gunning for the top spot. Read on to find out how each film stacked up, and get more details about the Wrath of Man box office below. Dea...
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101 Reasons Why You Definitely Won't Read This Blog Post

I know you have no time. YOU know you have no time. I know you're not gonna do anything you don't wanna do. YOU know you're not gonna do anything you don't wanna do. We both know you're not going to read this blog post. It's too long and you have more important things to do. What follows are 101 other reasons why you won't read this blog post.
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Tom Cruise Opens Up About Berating MI7 Crew Over COVID Protocols

Late last year, a video of Tom Cruise berating the Mission: Impossible 7 crew surfaced, with Cruise going on a tirade about those who allegedly broke COVID-19 protocols. Despite the video becoming public, Cruise stands by what he said and offered details about what transpired and why. During a new interview with Empire magazine (via ET Canada), Cruise was asked about the moment caught on tape. “It can get fraught. Fraught and personal,” Cruise said. “I said what I said. There was a surge happ...
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‘Launchpad’ Featurette: The Disney+ Collection of Short Films Wants You to “Embrace Yourself”

Launchpad, a new Disney+ series of live-action short films that have nothing to do with the character from DuckTales, has released a new featurette ahead of its premiere. The goal of the series is “to diversify the types of stories that are being told and to give access to those who have historically not had it” based around the theme “Discover.” It’s a neat idea, and if Disney+ sticks with this – as they plan to – it could really open doors for budding filmmakers. Watch the featurette, which i...
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If You Didn't Watch These Indiana Jones 4K Ultra HD Trailers You Chose... Poorly

Okay, admittedly, unlike the Holy Grail, watching these Indiana Jones movie trailers celebrating the franchise’s long-awaited jump into 4K ultra high-definition is not going to grant you eternal life, but boy howdy do they look good.Read more...
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Actor Norman Lloyd, star of TV’s ‘St. Elsewhere,’ dies at 106

By Lynn Elber and Mark Kennedy | Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Norman Lloyd, whose role as kindly Dr. Daniel Auschlander on TV’s “St. Elsewhere” was a single chapter in a distinguished stage and screen career that put him in the company of Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Charlie Chaplin and other greats, has died. He was 106. Lloyd manager, Marion Rosenberg, said the actor died Tuesday at his home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. His credits stretch from the earliest known U.S. TV ...
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Barry Jenkins Explores the “Black Gaze” in Supplementary ‘The Underground Railroad’ Video Tableau

The “Male Gaze” and the “Female Gaze” have been discussed to death in film circles, but what about the “Black Gaze”? That’s something that even Barry Jenkins, Oscar-winning director of Moonlight and the upcoming Amazon series The Underground Railroad, has rarely been asked about, despite the prevalence of Black talent and Black perspectives in his works. And sensing the dearth in that subject, he decided to explore it himself. In a 40-minute video featuring The Underground Railroad background a...
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Bright MLS cracks down on abuse of pocket listing rule

A representative for the nation's second-largest multiple listing service said that the "vast majority" of Clear Cooperation Policy complaints turn out not to be in violation.
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Top 20 Most Educational Anime, According to Tokyo University Students

500 students currently attending Tokyo University have shared their opinions regarding the shows they believe to be the most informative and mentally beneficial, leading to a certain anthropomorphic show seizing the top spot. The ranking: 1. Hataraku Saibou 2. Dr. Stone 3. Kingdom 4. Gin no Saji 5. Pokemon 6. Neon Genesis Evangelion 7. Moyashimon […]
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Kiefer Sutherland to Star in Espionage Drama Series for Paramount+

(Photo by Jim Dyson/Redferns via Getty Images) Paramount+ has given a series order for an original, yet-to-be-titled espionage drama starring Golden Globe and Emmy winner Kiefer Sutherland (24, Designated Survivor, The Lost Boys). Sutherland will executive produce alongside writer-directors John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (This Is Us, WeCrashed), Charlie Gogolak (The Sinner, WeCrashed), and Suzan Bymel (Designated Survivor). The eight-episode season produced by CBS Studios will stream exclusively ...
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Guild Mortgage acquires foothold in the Northeast

After going public last fall, Guild Mortgage is expanding its footprint into the Northeast with an agreement to acquire South Portland, Maine-based Residential Mortgage Services Holdings Inc. for roughly $197 million.
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