First Trailer and Poster for Edgar Wright’s LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, Starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Thomasin McKenzie

First trailer for Wright's '60s set thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Adventure Comics #269 - 1st Aqualad (key)

Adventure Comics #269Adventure Comics v1 #269, 1960 - In a back-up feature, Aquaman helps an Atlantean boy get over his fear of sea creatures. Aqualad makes his key first appearance, joining the king of the seas as his mentee and sidekick. The character would later become a founding member of the Teen Titans in Brave and the Bold #54. This DC silver age superhero tale was written by Robert [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Operating Notes: Activation scrubbed, Amazon not always the cheapest, photos on QRZ.Com

Last weekend, on the spur of the moment, my wife and I decided to head “up north” as we say here in Michigan. In this case, up north meant visiting Port Austin, MI, which is at the very tip of of Michigan’s Thumb. (If you don’t know where the Thumb is, take a quick look at a , and you’ll get the picture.) Part of the plan was to do a short activation of the Pointe aux Barque Lighthouse. We checked the weather, and I knew it was going to be dicey on Sunday, but we decided to go anyway. Well, we...
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Sentouin Hakenshimasu Gropes a Beautiful Tan Woman

Sentouin Hakenshimasu‘s characters have attended a fancy party in the newest broadcast as the girls embarrass themselves on all sorts of levels, something watchers likely would expect from the main protagonist. Caramel antagonist Heine also appears in the episode and is vigorously groped by the perverted Six, with Six even getting to use his genitals […]
Tags: Comedy, Fantasy, Anime, Tan, Heine, Oppai, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Chikan, JC Staff, Sentouin Hakenshimasu

New Release Review [Cinemas] - EARWIG AND THE WITCH

A headstrong orphan discovers a world of spells and potions while living with a selfish witch. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New UK Trailer and Artwork for Horror Satire BAD HAIR

Justin Simien's thriller comes to the UK this summer. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Trailer and Poster for Irish Horror CAVEAT

Damian McCarthy's chiller debuts on Shudder in June. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Meet the Real Estate Tech Entrepreneur: Kurt Carlton from HomeGo And New Western

This week, we interviewed Kurt Carlton from HomeGo. Let’s get to it! Who are you and what do you do? Over the past 15 years, I have worked in the real estate industry. In 2008 I co-founded New Western alongside my friend, Stuart Denyer, and together we launched a national marketplace for real estate investors to find homes to rehab. Through our portfolio of companies – New Western, HomeGo and Sherman Bridge Lending – we help homeowners move on from difficult situations or distressed properties ...
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D.C. Police Surveilled Clowns on Social Media, Leaked Docs Show

A few years ago, intelligence personnel with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington D.C. spent some unknown amount of time and money monitoring the online accounts of people dressed like clowns.Read more...
Tags: Science, Entertainment, Washington, Fiction, Social Media, It, Urban Legends, Metropolitan Police Department, Stock Characters, Clowns, Fictional Characters, Postmodernism, Evil Clown, Horror fiction, Violator

The Little Mermaid's Voice of Sebastian, Samuel E. Wright, Has Died

Disney animated films are known for their recognizable, unmistakable voices, but few fit that bill quite as much as Samuel E. Wright. Wright voiced Sebastian, the lovable crab in the 1989 smash The Little Mermaid, unforgettably singing the Oscar-winning song, “Under the Sea.” And while Wright’s voice will live in our…Read more...
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Jerrod Carmichael Joins Emma Stone in the Next Yorgos Lanthimos Film, ‘Poor Things’

Jerrod Carmichael is going to be in a Yorgos Lanthimos movie. That’s a sentence you don’t read everyday, nor one you’d likely expect to read, if you know of Carmichael for his work as a stand-up comedian and comedy actor, and if you know of Lanthimos’ particularly cruel style of filmmaking seen in such movies as The Favourite and The Lobster. But Carmichael has been cast in Lanthimos’ adaptation of Poor Things, which already stars acting heavyweights such as Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe, and Mark R...
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Superhero Bits: ‘The Powerpuff Girls’ is Getting Re-Piloted, ‘Loki’ Was Influenced by ‘Teletubbies’ & More

Did you see the new Batman Forever statues being released by Prime 1 Studio? Did you hear The CW isn’t ordering the Black Lightning spin-off Painkiller? When are the season finales for Batwoman, The Flash and Superman & Lois? What are the biggest rumors about The Flash movie? Did you know The Powerpuff Girls series being re-piloted?  All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Batman Begins and The Dark Knight are leaving Netflix again soon and headed back to Hulu in June. The Power...
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Hey Are We Cool?

This should surprise no one
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Wednesday, May 26 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 26, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The World According to Jeff Goldblum Location: 1001 N Alameda St., Los Angeles  TV Series: The Terminal List Location: 1150 S Olive St., Los Angeles (until May 28th) Filming in New York TV Series: Pittsburgh (code name for “Better Nate than […] The post Wednesday, May 26 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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‘The Battersea Poltergeist’ Podcast is Becoming a Blumhouse Scripted Series and Docuseries

The haunting of Shirley Hitchings is getting made into not one, but two Blumhouse TV series. BBC Radio 4’s The Battersea Poltergeist, which tells the story of the “strange events focused around Shirley Hitchings in 1956,” will be adapted into both a scripted series and a documentary series by Blumhouse, which is teaming up with Michael Seitzman’s Maniac Productions to adapt the longest documented poltergeist haunting in history. Blumhouse TV and Michael Seitzman’s Maniac Productions announce...
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Destiny Lovers Ero-Manga Giving Mesmerizing Paizuri

The Destiny Lovers manga has seemingly discovered the formula to maintaining readers as the hypnotic tome constantly intersperses sex and nudity between all the plot, with this latest chapter being no exception as one lucky male is serviced by a woman’s gargantuan breasts. Those with a penchant for paizuri will possibly favor the sexual acts […]
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Broker Ben Caballero smashes his own world record — again

HomesUSA.com says that Caballero sold 6,438 homes worth more than $2.46 billion in 2020 — 637 more homes than his second Guinness World Record.
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Lupin the Third: Part VI Announced for Series’ 50th Anniversary

The legendary Lupin the Third series is coming back. TMS Entertainment announced that Lupin the Third: Part VI will debut later this year to celebrate the series’ 50th anniversary. The series follows the titular thief, who is also joined by the samurai Goemon, the sharpshooter Daisuke Jigen, and the femme fatal that isn’t afraid to double-cross him, Fujiko Mine. They’re generally chased by Interpol officer Koichi Zenigata, who never gets his man. MORE: Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement Lead...
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Pearl Harbor Is the Greatest Guilty Pleasure Movie of All Time

The title of this article should actually end with an ellipsis followed by “aside from Armageddon, Bad Boys II or any of the Transformers films.” Yeah, I’m a sucker for all things Michael Bay. The man makes entertaining movies flawlessly designed for the theater-going experience. I freely admit I saw Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen four times when it was released in 2009, and even uncharacteristically defended it against Roger Ebert’s vicious, though on point, attacks. From a critical persp...
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‘Mulan’ Director Niki Caro and Charlize Theron to Make Netflix Film About Female Big Wave Surfers

Whale Rider director Niki Caro is now set to make a movie about wave riders. Big wave riders, to be more specific. Caro, who recently directed Disney’s live-action remake of Mulan, is teaming up with Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron (Monster, Mad Max: Fury Road) to make an untitled movie for Netflix that centers on four women and their fight to compete in big wave surfing. According to Netflix’s Twitter account, writer Becky Johnston (The Prince of Tides, Seven Years in Tibet) will adap...
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Stewart expands mortgage capabilities with latest acquisition

The deal to acquire Cloudvirga is the second big deal in six months for the Houston-based provider of real estate information, title insurance and transaction management services.
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Houston, Industry News, Stewart, Select, Cloudvirga, Stewart Title, Remote Online Notarization, Fred Eppinger, NotaryCam, Kyle Kamrooz, Stewart Information Services

Live-Action Powerpuff Girls Script Allegedly Leaked, Full of Sex, Memes and “Humor”

The live-action Powerpuff Girls series script has allegedly been leaked, containing a great deal of sex, talk of elections, privilege, politics and likely meeting the expectations of those who believed the creation was fated to be a complete disaster (as Western adaptations have a tendency to be). The live-action Powerpuff Girls series was previously described […]
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‘Last Night in Soho’ Poster Sets the Mood For Edgar Wright’s Psychological Horror-Thriller

The trailer for Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho dropped today, and it’s pretty damn great. But if that hasn’t satiated your hunger for more Soho goodness, you’re in luck – there’s also a poster for the film. Like the trailer, it’s moody and atmospheric, and it features stars Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy front and center. See the poster, and some behind-the-scenes images, below. Here it is, the Last Night in Soho poster in all its rainy glory. In Edgar Wright’s new film, which he ...
Tags: London, Movies, Thriller, Roman Polanski, Poster, Edgar-Wright, Soho, Wright, McKenzie, Anya Taylor Joy, Thomasin McKenzie, Krysty Wilson Cairns, Last Night in Soho

The CW Making ‘Scooby-Doo’ and ‘Waltons’ Specials for Some Reason, Along With ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Animated Holiday Special

This just in from the Department of But Why? The CW has ordered three specials for late 2021 – The Scooby-Doo Reunion Special, The Waltons: Homecoming, and Beebo Saves Christmas. This is an odd assortment of titles to begin with, but when you start to think about it, it gets even weirder. How can there be a Scooby-Doo “reunion special” when Scooby-Doo never really went away. Hell, there was a new Scooby-Doo movie (called Scoob!) released last year. Then you have The Waltons, a TV series that ra...
Tags: Television, Movies, Virginia, The Cw, John, Santa, Cw, North Pole, Olivia, Richard Thomas, Jonathan Stern, Spiro, Victor Garber, Warner Bros Studios, Scooby Doo, ` Waltons

Jonah Hill to Play a Hollywood Fixer in a Series Created By ‘The Departed’ Writer William Monahan

Jonah Hill is heading back to television. After doing a brief cameo in an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm last year, Hill has taken a starring role in an untitled series from William Monahan, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of The Departed. Hill will play real-life Hollywood fixer Sidney Korshak, who had strong ties to the Chicago mob and deep connections in the entertainment industry – including Lew Wasserman, one of the most powerful studio executives in history. This limited series appears to...
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Army of the Dead Review Discussion with WrestleZone

Army of the Dead hit Netflix late last week and has generally been a hit with both fans and critics. Now it’s time for ComingSoon and WrestleZone’s takes on the film in this spoiler-filled 45-minute discussion about all aspects of the film. We discuss the future of the franchise, Dave Bautista’s acting chops, and much more. A major thank you to our pro wrestling sister site WrestleZone for helping us with this review discussion as Managing Editor Bill Pritchard, Senior Editor Colin Tessier, and...
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‘Red Queen’ Series Headed to Peacock with Elizabeth Banks Directing and Co-Starring

The ever-busy Elizabeth Banks has yet another project on the way. Banks will direct and co-star in the Peacock series Red Queen, based on the book series by Victoria Aveyard. The story is set in “an alternate near-future America where democracy is replaced by a monarchy led by a group of humans with superpowers who rule with an iron fist over those without powers.” Deadline says that Peacock has picked up the rights to the YA fantasy novel Red Queen, and that Elizabeth Banks will “play a maj...
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'Godzilla vs. Kong' is now available to buy on VOD streaming services - here's how to watch the epic showdown at home

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Warner Bros. "Godzilla vs. Kong" premiered on March 31 in theaters and on HBO Max. This is the fourth entry in the "MonsterVerse" franchise featuring Godzilla and King Kong. The movie left HBO Max on May 1, but you can buy it from VOD services like Prime Video for $30. (digital purchase) (small) King Kong and Godzilla have both seen their fair share of epic battles on the big screen. And while it's...
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Review: Blast Beat

— by BEV QUESTAD — It seems that everyone wants to come to the United States for some sort of economic relief. In exchange they leave their homes, language, family, friends, careers, land, and all that is familiar. Is the trade-off really worth it? Writers Esteban Arrango and Erick Castrillon give voice to the many […]
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