New Trailer and Poster for Macedonian Drama GOD EXISTS, HER NAME IS PETRUNYA

First look at the Macedonian festival hit. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Review: The Mauritanian

— by RON WILKINSON — Two thought patterns run through the minds of USA security personnel at Guantanamo as they interrogate a suspected key player in the World Trace Center attacks. The first is that if he did not do the crime of which he is accused, he would have done it if he had […]
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Cavna takes 2nd place award for Online Blog in NHA contest

Steve Kelley Wins 2021 National Headliner Award  by D. D. Degg May 12, 2021 http://www.dailycartoonist.com/index.php/2021/05/12/steve-kelley-wins-national-headliner-award-for-2020/  [Author: Mike Rhode]
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PR: Dead Reckoning Announces Fall 2021 Titles, Including Adaptation of James D. Hornfischer’s New York Times Bestseller

 [I'm most excited about my friend Ben Towle's new book] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dead Reckoning Announces Fall 2021 Titles, Including Adaptation of James D. Hornfischer’s New York Times Bestseller   ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 13, 2021 – Dead Reckoning will bring you three new graphic novels in Fall 2021. First up is Four-Fisted Tales by four-time Eisner-nominated cartoonist Ben Towle, which tells the story of how animals have been used to fight in the trenches, jungles, and deserts of the wor...
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Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #70 - Carl Barks art

Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #70 Walt Disney's Comics and Stories v1 #70, 1946 - Huey, Louie and Dewey adopt a stray mutt, but their uncle Donald is determined to outdo them with a fully pedigreed, highly trained canine. Carl Barks' tale about class and elitism is competently drawn. While devoid of action and movement, the story nicely juxtaposes the two vastly different dogs. Their [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Avengers #165 - John Byrne art

Avengers #165 Avengers v1 #165, 1977 - Siphoning off energy from his super-powered lackeys, Count Nefaria becomes powerful enough to take on all of the Avengers. John Byrne's artwork pulses with excitement as each hero takes a turn at their seemingly invincible foe. The layouts are fast-paced and frenetic. Pablo Marco's inks are better in some pages than others. Wonder Man careening through [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Transform Your Voice Into a Cute Anime Girl’s With Voice Avatar Nanakoe Nina

DeNA has released a trial version for their prototype voice changing service called “Voice Avatar Nanakoe Nina”, allowing users to utter their vocal vibrations and transform them into Nina’s sweet melodies, sure to be frequently used by perverts as they make the girl say naughty things. Whilst still in development, the voice changing service transforms […]
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King Shark in ‘The Suicide Squad’ Was Written Specifically With Sylvester Stallone In Mind

We’re all in love with The Suicide Squad‘s King Shark, the dad-bod abomination that bites the heads off people and rips men in half. The character is voiced by Sylvester Stallone, and according to Suicide Squad director James Gunn, that was the plan all along. In a recent interview, Gunn revealed that he’s reached a point where he can pretty much get any actor he wants – kind of a #humblebrag there, James – and he wrote King Shark specifically with Stallone in mind. For a while there, we had...
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Cool Stuff: New ‘Friends’ Apartments LEGO Set is Packed with Tons of Series References

After previously releasing a LEGO set of the famous Friends coffee shop Central Perk, the building brick company is making an even bigger playset inspired by the hit NBC sitcom that practically defined the 1990s. LEGO has announced the forthcoming arrival of a Friends apartment LEGO set, featuring both Rachel and Monica’s apartment and Joey and Chandler’s apartment, as well as the little hallway in-between them and the balcony where they spied on the naked guy. It’s packed with tons of referenc...
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Superhero Bits: Beast Boy Coming to ‘Fortnite’, Shuri is the Favorite to Become ‘Black Panther’ & More

What are the betting odds on Shuri being the one to take the mantle of Black Panther? Why did MODOK steal a character from a deleted scene in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2? Ready to play as Beast Boy in Fortnite? Is Kevin Feige considering leaving Marvel for Lucasfilm? How long as Black Widow been finished? Want a look behind the scenes of Jupiter’s Legacy? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. There’s a two-parter coming to The Flash, and here’s the promo for the beginning...
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Watch Army of the Dead's Gory First 15 Minutes and See How Las Vegas Falls

You have until 10 p.m. EST on May 14 to watch the first 15 minutes of Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead online. At that point, it’s being taken off YouTube. It’s not going away completely, of course; at that point you can go to a theater and see the full movie. Or you could wait a few days and .
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Ayakashi Triangle Manga Builds up a Lather in the Bath

Ayakashi Triangle, the latest work of Kentaro Yabuki of To Love-Ru fame, has finally decided to give readers some seductive service scenes as the gender-swapping ninja manga’s newest release has some bubbly bathing, unfortunately exposing no nipples though this is likely being reserved for the volume release (as per usual). Such nudity will probably be […]
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Friday, May 14 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 14, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Morning Show Location: 818 W 7th St.; Spring Street Park – 428 S Spring St, Los Angeles TV Series: Good Trouble Location: 1918 W Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles TV Series: Monster Location: 729 S Los Angeles St., Los […] The post Friday, May 14 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Recruits ‘The Witcher’ Director Charlotte Brändström

Amazon’s The Lord of the Rings series has found another director to offer up their axe. Swedish-French filmmaker Charlotte Brändström, who has directed episodes of The Witcher and Outlander, has boarded the show as the latest director, joining the likes of J.A. Bayona and Wayne Che Yip. Amazon Studios announced that Charlotte Brändström has joined the creative team of the upcoming The Lord of the Rings TV series and will helm two episodes of the fantasy show. She’ll follow the groundwork set...
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James Gunn Saving A Character for Potential Peacemaker Season 2

James Gunn has dropped a hint on Twitter that not only is he planning for the second season of his Suicide Squad spinoff Peacemaker, but that he’s saving at least one character for the second set of episodes. Although he provides no further details on who it may be, there are plenty of DC characters that have interacted with Peacemaker since his 1966 debut. Yes. Saving someone for season two… — James Gunn (@JamesGunn) May 13, 2021 However, this isn’t a confirmation of a second season. “Just...
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Amazon Says ‘Lord of the Rings’ TV Series $465 Million Budget is Because of “Huge World-Building”

Recently, Amazon’s Lord of the Rings TV series made headlines when it was revealed that the show was going to cost $465 million for just one season alone. That’s an astronomical price – especially when you remember Amazon initially paid $250 million for the rights alone. On top of that, the streamer is committed to at least five seasons of the show, which means that the budget is going to climb even higher. But Amazon Studios chief Jennifer Salke has an explanation for this massive price tag – ...
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Robert De Niro to Star in ‘About My Father,’ Based on Stand-Up Comic Sebastian Maniscalco’s Life

Robert De Niro is set to play standup comic Sebastian Maniscalco‘s dad. De Niro has been tapped to star in About My Father, an upcoming comedy loosely based on Maniscalco’s life, set during a weekend in which Maniscalco clashes with his old-school Italian immigrant dad. Variety reports that De Niro has joined the cast of About My Father as Maniscalco’s dad Salvo, who disagrees with Sebastian’s plan “to propose to his all-American girlfriend, prompting Salvo to insist on crashing a weekend wi...
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Film Festivals Are Back: Fantastic Fest 2021 and Sundance 2022 Details Revealed

After an extremely weird year of cancellations, adaptations, and virtual film festivals, things appear to be slowly inching back toward “normal” in the United States in the film fest lineup. Fantastic Fest announced today that this year’s event will be held in person in Austin, Texas, while new Sundance 2022 details reveal that next year’s festival will be another hybrid of in-person screenings and virtual ones. PEOPLE OF EARTH! We're ecstatic to confirm that #FantasticFest2021 is heade...
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Them! Has Become Relevant Again... the Way It Does Every 17 Years or So

Though Gordon Douglas’ 1954 monster movie Them! tells a far more quiet, intimate story than its modern descendants, one of the first ways it clues you in to the danger its human heroes are in is a haunting, piercing noise that calls out from the wilderness.Read more...
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New Ultraman Animated Feature Being Developed by Netflix

Netflix announced it has partnered with Tsuburaya Productions to develop a new CG-animated feature film for the iconic Japanese superhero Ultraman. According to Variety, the upcoming Ultraman animated film features a brand new story and is aimed at bringing a new audience for the red and silver-clad superhero. Shannon Tindle will make his directorial debut along with John Aoshima (DuckTales, Gravity Falls) who will co-direct the project. The feature will be based on a script both Tindle and Mar...
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‘The Woman in the Window’ Review: Not Even Amy Adams Can Save This Goofy, Derivative Thriller

It’s been a long time since I’ve watched a new movie that could qualify for the “so bad it’s good” designation, but The Woman in the Window comes pretty darn close. Already infamous for being long-delayed (it was supposed to open in theaters in 2019) and for its extensive reshoots, the Joe Wright-directed adaptation of the bestselling novel arrives on Netflix and robs a bunch of talented people of their dignity in the process. Here is proof that you can hire a skilled director, a Pulitzer Prize...
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*SPIRECREST* Everdell Expansion Strategy Board Game

The elegant Everdell saga continues into the misty and unexplored regions of the Spirecrest mountains, where friends and foes alike will be met, disasters encountered, and adventures surely had! New and exciting elements and mechanisms come to life with new meeples, a rabbit traveler (one for each critter type in the base game and all […]
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Old Man “Doesn’t Recollect” Exposing Genitals to Woman on Train for 10 Minutes

Yet another old pervert has been arrested after being unable to contain their youthful urges as the 58-year-old was said to have exposed his genitals to a woman on the train, the delinquent then explaining that he “couldn’t remember” doing this. A woman riding a train on the JR Kobe Line between the Kakokawa and […]
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NAR: Housing market is ‘topping out’ due to inventory shortage

Lawrence Yun, chief economist for NAR, reports that the GDP is back to its pre-pandemic peak, consumers are ready to spend their stimulus checks and single-family housing starts are ramping up.
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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Ghostwire: Tokyo Detail DualSense Features

With the help of several studios, Sony revealed details on how some of the biggest upcoming PS5 games will implement the unique functions featured on the new consoles DualSense controller. This includes games like Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Ghostwire: Tokyo. Insomniac Games, the developers behind the upcoming action game Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, described how the controller’s haptics would help enhance gameplay both directly and subtly. Some of the “no-brainers” for giving their world ...
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Pandemic Thriller Penned by Kevin Williamson Greenlit at Miramax

(Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images) An untitled thriller set during the pandemic penned by Scream writer Kevin Williamson has been greenlit by Miramax. Actor Gideon Adlon is set to star in the upcoming film. According to Deadline, the untitled feature will be set during the pandemic as the country begins to lockdown. A college student named Parker (Adlon) and her best friend decide to quarantine at her family lake house. They went alone, but it seems they may encounter some unwanted visito...
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Ghostrunner 2 Announced Alongside Upgraded Version of Original

First-person cyberpunk action parkour game Ghostrunner is getting a full sequel and an upgraded version of the original on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. Publisher 505 Games, who acquired the IP last month, announced that they have big plans for the Ghostrunner series following a first game that has sold 600,000 copies since October of last year. Developer One More Level is back on board to develop the sequel. RELATED: Escher-esque Puzzler Manifold Garden Getting Physical Release The original...
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Interview: If Anything Happens I Love You Editor Peter Ettinger

If Anything Happens I Love You deservedly walked away with the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film last month thanks to its relevant themes and carefully constructed narrative. ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with the film’s editor, Peter Ettinger, who discussed the unique challenges presented by such a powerful film. Ettinger has served as editor on films such as Lithium, Dangerous Cargo, and the animated film Smallfoot. He also worked as assistant editor on The Horse Whisper...
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