/Filmcast Ep. 620 – Army of the Dead (GUEST: Ariel Fisher)

David, Devindra, and Jeff are joined by Ariel Fisher to talk about movie adaptions of video games. For the feature review, the cast dives into Army of the Dead, the new Zack Snyder zombie movie on Netflix. Does the stylish director add more to the zombie genre? Follow Ariel Fisher on Twitter! The Slashfilmcast is launching a Patreon! Support us at  http://patreon.com/filmpodcast. Thanks to our sponsors this week: Headspace, Candid Co. Theragun, Magic Spoon. Visit   for ...
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Matt Wuerker opines about NY Daily News cartoon controversy

The shocking Yang cartoon, in context [with Matt Wuerker; Bill Bramhall cartoon] By Renuka Rayasam Politico Nightly 05/25/2021 https://www.politico.com/newsletters/politico-nightly/2021/05/25/the-shocking-yang-cartoon-in-context-492987 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Incredible Hulk v2 #102 - 1st issue (key)

Incredible Hulk v2 #102 Incredible Hulk v2 #102, 1968 - Continuing the storyline from Tales to Astonish, the Hulk suddenly encounters more than a few Asgardians. The Executioner, the Enchantress and the Warriors Three all make appearances in this story. Thor and the Silver Surfer make cameos in flashback form. This key first issue is the start of the Hulk's second self-titled series. His solo [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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One-Winged Jishia Figure a Devilish Delight From the Heavens

Artist Vispo is having a figurine produced of his original creation Jishia, a one-winged demon girl whose appearance alone might be enough to convince collectors into making a purchase, though she can also stripped nude for good measure – she will be available come December. One-Winged Jishia can be pre-ordered now.
Tags: Artists, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-figures, Cast-off, Daiki Kougyo, Original Figures, Vispo, Jishia

Werewolves Within's New Trailer Brings Big Furry Frights to Small Town Goofs

That’s the problem with a lycanthrope outbreak in small towns: everyone’s got a lot of guns to fight back against the furry threat.Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Films, Mafia, Josh Ruben, Werewolf, Cecily, Sam Richardson, Milana, Werewolves Within, Milana Vayntrub, Ubisoft Motion Pictures, Ubisoft Film Television, Creative Works

Sequel Bits: ‘Army of the Dead 2,’ ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2,’ ‘Crawl 2,’ and More

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Zack Snyder has an “insane” idea for Army of the Dead 2 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 wraps production at breakneck speed Alexandre Aja teases Crawl 2 talks And more! Netflix is planning out a whole Army of the Dead cinematic universe, with production already wrapped on the Matthias Schweighöfer-starring prequel Army of Thieves, and an anime prequel series Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas. But what about a direct Army of the Dead sequel? If it happens, it’s going to be ...
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Superhero Bits: ‘The Flash’ Wants to Bring Back ‘Black Lightning’, ‘The Boys’ Pop-Up Restaurant & More

Ready to see Billy Dee Williams become Two-Face in the Batman ’89 comic book sequel? Want to play as Deathstroke in Fortnite? Will Black Lightning return in The Flash for the show’s eighth season? Why is Kevin Smith mad about the Batgirl movie at HBO Max? Why did Scott Derrickson leave the Doctor Strange sequel? Who was up for the role of Zack Snyder‘s Batman if Ben Affleck passed? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The CW released a promo for “Good-Bye Vibrations,” the u...
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Jay and Silent Bob: Mall Brawl – Arcade Edition Review

Given the sheer number of “retro-inspired” titles that are dropping on a seemingly almost daily basis on current-generation platforms, it takes something a little bit special to stand out from the crowd. A couple of well-known characters standing front and center is a start. A series of locations and callbacks to several movies in which those characters have featured is a further bonus. Fortunately enough, Jay and Silent Bob: Mall Brawl – Arcade Edition has both those things going for it. Howev...
Tags: Games, Interabang Entertainment, Jay and Silent Bob: Mall Brawl, Video Game Reviews, Xbox Series X

The Way of the House Husband Volume 1

The Way of the House Husband is based around a funny concept, although I found the execution of some of the early chapters oddly timed. The title character used to be a high-ranking yakuza, a man with a killer reputation, so fierce that anyone who saw him was frightened into submission. Now, he takes care of the house. While still wearing a suit and button-down shirt, under an apron, and shades. The art by Kousuke Oono is the appeal for [...]
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Thursday, May 27 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 27, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Gaslit Location: 649 S Olive St.; 524 S Main St., Los Angeles  TV Series: Tough As Nails Location: 640 S Olive St., Los Angeles  TV Series: The Terminal List Location: 1150 S Olive St., Los Angeles (until May 28th) Filming […] The post Thursday, May 27 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Cheat Kusushi no Slow Life’s Precious Catgirl a Worldly Treasure

Cheat Kusushi no Slow Life is yet another isekai series that seems to be of the moe type B anime sort as it revolves around the male protagonist opening up a drugstore, though, watchers might be distracted from the overused isekai premise by the adorable catgirl. A short PV for the anime indicates the show […]
Tags: Comedy, Trailer, Anime, Moe, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, EMT Squared, Isekai, Cheat Kusushi no Slow Life

‘Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’ Teaser Blows Some Things Up

Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (I checked; there’s no “The” in the title) has a new teaser, and it is full of explosions, yelling, and jokes that don’t really seem that funny, if I’m being honest. But hey, maybe they’re better in context. In this follow-up to the surprise 2017 box office hit The Hitman’s Bodyguard, Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson reunite for some more action-comedy shenanigans, and Salma Hayek gets in on the action as well. Watch the Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard teaser below. H...
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In Hulu's False Positive, Ilana Glazer's Baby Bump May Be a Demonic Lump

Pregnancy and childbirth can be a beautiful process for some and a nightmare of stress, hormones, and body horror for others. In this first trailer for Hulu’s False Positive, Ilana Glazer’s joy at her successful in vitro fertilization falls apart when she begins to have complications... of the potentially infernal…Read more...
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‘Kraven the Hunter’: Aaron Taylor-Johnson Cast as the Spider-Man Villain in Sony’s Upcoming Movie

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is jumping back into the world of comic book movies. The actor, who previously starred in 2010’s Kick-Ass and played Quicksilver in Avengers: Age of Ultron, has been hired to play the lead role in Sony’s Kraven the Hunter, which is about a maniacal hunter who is obsessed with tracking down Spider-Man. According to a Sony press release, Aaron Taylor-Johnson has been cast as the lead role in Sony’s Marvel film Kraven the Hunter. The studio describes the character like this:...
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Kraven the Hunter: Aaron Taylor-Johnson to Play Spider-Man Villain in Solo Film

(Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images) BAFTA nominee Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Nocturnal Animals, Tenet, A Million Little Pieces) has reportedly been cast in the lead role as Kraven the Hunter in Sony Pictures’ upcoming solo Marvel movie, according to TheWrap. The outlet reports that the studio has locked in Taylor-Johnson for multiple pictures portraying the Spider-Man villain. RELATED: Marvel’s Secret Invasion: Christopher McDonald Joins Star-Studded Cast In Kraven the Hunter, Russian immigrant Sergei...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Action, Sony Pictures, Marvel Studios, Comic Book, Hunt, Hunter, Matt Tolmach, Taylor Johnson, Movie News, Avi Arad, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Christopher McDonald, Richard Wenk, Kraven

Marvel’s ‘Secret Invasion’ Cast Adds ‘Happy Gilmore’ Villain Christopher McDonald

Christopher McDonald, one of those dependable character actors who might be best known for playing Shooter McGavin in Happy Gilmore, is the latest actor to join Marvel Studios’ Secret Invasion cast over at Disney+. Deadline has the scoop that Christopher McDonald is joining the Secret Invasion cast. As is usually the case with these sorts of announcements, we don’t know who McDonald is playing, but the Deadline story says he’ll likely be “a newly created character that could cross over to th...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, Disney, Marvel Comics, Ben Mendelsohn, Marvel Studios, Samuel L Jackson, McDonald, Gilmore, Kevin Feige, MCU, Disney Marvel, Nick Fury, Happy Gilmore, Comic Book/Superhero


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Chris Noth to Reprise Role as Mr. Big in HBO Max’s And Just Like That…

Actor Chris Noth will be reprising his role as Mr. Big from the hit HBO series Sex and the City for the upcoming HBO Max Original series And Just Like That…, which is set to begin production later this year.   RELATED: And Just Like That…: Sara Ramírez to Star in Sex and the City Revival The series will open up a new chapter in the world of Sex and the City, and will follow Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) as they navigate the journey from t...
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Lionsgate Acquires George Gershwin-Inspired Fascinating Rhythm

(Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images) Lionsgate announced on Wednesday that the studio has won the rights to Fascinating Rhythm, an upcoming musical drama to be produced by Irwin Winkler and Martin Scorsese.   RELATED: Fascinating Rhythm: Martin Scorsese Joins Irwin Winkler & John Carney The film, which tells the story of a young woman’s magical journey through past and present New York City, is inspired by the life and music of famed American composer George Gershwin. The film will be dire...
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Sam Raimi-Produced ’65’ Starring Adam Driver Gets a 2022 Release Date

Adam Driver is going to be all over our screens next year. The Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker actor remains supremely busy, with projects lined up with Noah Baumbach, Ridley Scott, and more. And one of his many films, a sci-fi thriller titled 65 from the writers of A Quiet Place, is set to come out next summer. Deadline reports that Sony Pictures has set a summer 2022 release date for 65, a sci-fi thriller starring Adam Driver and Ariana Greenblatt that hails from Scott Beck and Bryan Wood...
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PlayStation Announces Uncharted 4 PC Version

During Sony’s Investor Relations presentation, PlayStation CEO and President Jim Ryan revealed that an Uncharted 4 PC version is in the works. Ryan noted that bringing exclusive titles to PC has been a new growth vector for PlayStation Studios. After the success of Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone, Sony will soon port over its biggest title yet, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. No date was revealed, and further details are unknown as it is only a single slide in the presentation. MORE: Final Fantasy ...
Tags: Games, Movies, Pc, Playstation, Mark Wahlberg, Sony, Playstation 4, Drake, Dan Trachtenberg, Ryan, Zombieland, Tom Holland, Nathan Drake, Jim Ryan, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Video Game News

‘Jackass 4’ Will be Johnny Knoxville’s Final Movie in the Franchise

Johnny Knoxville has pulled his final death-defying prank. The star of the Jackass film series confirmed that the upcoming Jackass 4 will “be his last contribution to the franchise,” essentially guaranteeing it will also be the final Jackass film. After 20 years of starring in a daredevil stunt franchise that has left him with shattered bones, dented teeth, destroyed ankles, and many concussions, Johnny Knoxville is throwing in the towel for the Jackass series. In an interview with GQ, Knoxv...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sequels, Paramount Pictures, Steve, Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, Steve O, Jackass, Johnny-Knoxville, Jackass 4, GQ Knoxville

An Enola Holmes Mystery: The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets

For those waiting, while reading these graphic novel adaptations of the young adult novels made into a popular Netflix movie, for more involvement from the more famous Holmes, this is the volume you want. In An Enola Holmes Mystery: The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets, Enola Holmes has to rescue a kidnapped John Watson from a disturbing, murderous threat. (This is the third in the series adapted and illustrated by Serena Blasco from the novels by Nancy Springer, after The [...]
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Marvel’s Secret Invasion: Christopher McDonald Joins Star-Studded Cast

(Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images) Upcoming Disney+ Marvel show Secret Invasion continues to stack its already star-studded cast. The latest actor to join the Secret Invasion cast is Christopher McDonald. The veteran actor is best known for his roles in Happy Gilmore, Requiem for a Dream, and Thelma & Louise. Deadline doesn’t have specifics on who McDonald will play, but say it’s “a newly created character that could cross over to the larger MCU, including appearing in movies and other Disney...
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Azur Lane’s Bremerton Rhythmically Breeds in Ero-MMD Animation

Azur Lane‘s slightly thicker shipgirl Bremerton has stripped completely nude for this lustful MikuMikuDance animation as the woman has sex to the beat of the music, the erotic visual bound to inspire watchers into learning more about the maiden or perhaps playing Azur Lane as a result. Though rather basic, amorous males might find Bremerton’s […]
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God of War PS5 Gets Official Name, New Logo Treatment

Nearly everyone assumed that the upcoming God of War PS5 game was called that after Sony teased that “Ragnarok is coming,” and now we know that is officially the upcoming action game’s title. Sony’s latest Investor Relations document shows that the game is indeed called God of War: Ragnarok. The more exciting tidbit is that the latest entry in Kratos’ adventure has a fancy new logo. It’s all in blue and uses the same font that the previous teaser used. God of War: Ragnarok will be the ninth gam...
Tags: Games, Movies, Playstation, Mark Wahlberg, Sony, Ragnarok, Video Game News, Kratos, Sony Santa Monica, God Of War, Cory Barlog, Santa Monica Studio, PlayStation 5, God of War: Ragnarok, Summer Season Pass

Here’s Why Movies Like ‘The Wizard of Oz’ and ‘Gone With the Wind’ Are Not Part of the MGM/Amazon Deal

As of this morning, Amazon has officially purchased legendary Hollywood movie studio MGM in a deal worth $8.45 billion. That means the MGM library, which consists of over 17,000 hours of television shows and more than 4,000 movies, will help bolster the offerings on Amazon Prime Video – but a handful of major MGM classics will not be among them. If you’re wondering why films like The Wizard of Oz, Singin’ in the Rain, and Gone With the Wind are not included in the MGM/Amazon deal, we have the a...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Sony, Tbs, Jeff Bezos, TNT, The Wizard Of Oz, MGM, Columbia, Indiewire, Amazon Studios, Culver City, Turner Broadcasting, Ted Turner, United Artists

Inuyasha Gets Steve Aoki Apparel & Special Edition Loot Crate

Fans of the hit series Inuyasha are in for a treat this month, as the popular series is partnering with both Loot Crate and Steve Aoki in two different, but very unique collaborations.   MORE: Lupin the Third: Part VI Announced for Series’ 50th Anniversary First up, Loot Crate has announced that an Inuyasha Special Edition Crate will be releasing, honoring the popular manga series and its anime adaptation. The Special Edition Crate was curated to fan the flames of Inuyasha enthusiasts and was ...
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J.J. Abrams Addresses Importance of Having a Star Wars Trilogy Plan

J.J. Abrams has recently opened up about his work on the latest Star Wars trilogy. Abrams first directed Star Wars: The Force Awakens and set the tone for the next installments before leaving the helm to Rian Johnson for The Last Jedi. A series of events then brought Abrams back for The Rise of Skywalker. While the trilogy has been a box-office success, many fans felt that there had been some unplanned changes that affected the outcome. In a recent interview with Collider, the director talked a...
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