5 Reasons Why PropTech SPACs Are on the Rise

[Editor’s note: Originally published on Go PropTech.] First of all, it’s essential to understand the meaning of the term SPAC. SPAC is an abbreviation for a Special Purpose Acquisition Company. SPACs are publicly traded companies, and the purpose of their creation is to facilitate acquisitions and mergers with existing companies. Although SPACs made an entry into the financial industry just a few years ago, there has been a meteoric rise in the SPAC investment vehicle.  Among the primary reasons...
Tags: Startups, Real Estate, Radio, Cbre, Cnbc, SPAC, Howard Lutnick, Entrepreneurs and Tech, Proptech Vc, SPAC SPAC, Fifth Wall Soft Bank, Lance West Scott Seligman Brett White, C W Acquisition Corp, Flexible Control

‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Celebrates “Ghostbusters Day” With New Character Reveals and One Spooky (Probably Haunted) Farmhouse

The Ghostbusters franchise creates phantoms that come with more fun than fear, its charm embedded within quirky characters, zany ghosts, and plenty of comical one-liners. The original film was directed by Ivan Reitman and released nearly 40 years ago, but like ghosts, this series keeps coming back. Continuing to keep ghosts (and ghostbusters) in the family, director Jason Reitman is following in his own father’s footsteps with the newest film in the franchise, Ghostbusters: Afterlife. And since...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Horror, New York City, Sequels, Sony, Trevor, Jason Reitman, Ghostbusters, Dana, Phoebe, IGN, Reitman, Carrie Coon, Ivan Reitman, ECTO

Teresa Palmer Enters THE PLACE OF NO WORDS - New Trailer and Artwork

The fantasy adventure comes to UK DVD and Digital in July. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Kelly MacDonald and Garrett Hedlund Make DIRT MUSIC - New Trailer and Poster

The Australian set romance comes to UK Digital in July. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Images, Video, Movies, Garrett Hedlund, New Releases, Kelly Macdonald, The Movie Waffler, UK Digital

Kazoku: Haha to Shimai no Kyousei Failing to Exercise Restraint

Kazoku: Haha to Shimai no Kyousei’s male protagonist has demonstrated a lack of constraint as he eagerly breeds with his own female family members, the girls initially trying to resist his forceful actions and likely only making the situation more erotic for viewers. Omake:
Tags: Incest, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Kazoku Haha to Shimai no Kyousei, Shimai, Kyousei, Kazoku

Diamond Pullbox Now Available

After first being announced back in 2018, as of yesterday, Diamond’s Pullbox online service is now available. It’s intended to be an easy way for potential customers to track what’s coming in to their local comic shop and to send them orders for more items. But you don’t have to have a shop connection to use it. I set it up to track a few release items through Diamond — and already, I found that a manga series I like [...]
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A lot of y'all asked for it, so here!!!!!!! Available for preorder now on my Topatoco store!
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Wednesday, June 9 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for June 9, 2021: Filming in California Project: Leviathan Location: Broadway, 5th St – 6th St; 453 S Spring St, Los Angeles TV Series: Untitled Showtime Lakers Project Location: 111 N Hope St, Los Angeles  Project: Lake Mead Location: Pico House, 424 N Main St., Los Angeles Filming […] The post Wednesday, June 9 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Broadway, Showtime Lakers, Daily Filming Locations, Spring St Los Angeles

Review: The Amusement Park

— by RON WILKINSON — In 1973, George A. Romero joined an elite club of film makers distinguished by their completing a memorable movie or TV show and then being summarily fired when the original sponsors were confronted with the finished product. The infamous Rolling Stones documentary “Cocksucker Blues” comes to mind as do David […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, David, George A. Romero, Ron Wilkinson

Legendary Artist Ishikei’s Twitter Account Made “Temporarily Unavailable”

Top tier ero-artist Ishikei had his Twitter account made “temporarily unavailable” for some reason, with his banner art or profile picture perhaps containing too risque of art and being responsible for this nonsensical ousting. Ishikei’s Twitter account contained a message stating his account “is temporarily unavailable because it violates the Twitter Media Policy” – all […]
Tags: Twitter, Parody, Censorship, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Bans, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Ishikei

DC & Warner Bros.’ Blue Beetle to Release on HBO Max

In a report published by The Los Angeles Times, it was seemingly announced that Warner Bros. will be releasing its DC project Blue Beetle exclusively on HBO Max, along with the studio’s Batgirl project. It was revealed in February that Charm City Kings director Angel Manuel Soto will helm DC’s first Latino-fronted superhero story. RELATED: New In the Heights Featurette Highlights Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Neighborhood The announcement of a film centered on the Jamie Reyes iteration of the titular he...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Sci-fi, Action, Streaming, Dc, Warner Bros, Gina Rodriguez, Los Angeles Times, Comic Book, Reyes, Lin Manuel Miranda, Brenda, Jaime, WB, Bala

Daily Podcast: A New Adaptation of Ol’ Christine, Loki, John Wick 4, and More

On the June 8 , 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including John Wick 4 , a new adaptation of Stephen King’s Christine , The Pentaverate , and a Loki short film that almost was. Opening Banter :  In The News : Ben: ‘John Wick 4’ Adds ‘It’ Star Bill Skarsgard, But Probably Not as a Killer Demonic Clown Chris: Stephen King’s ‘Christine’ Getting a New Adaptat...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Mike Myers, Chris, Christine, Ben, Ben Pearson, John Wick, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume, Like Club, Christine Loki John Wick, Christine The Pentaverate, Bryan Fuller Ben

Ghostbusters: Not a Child’s Toy

Ghostbusters has been in my life for as long as I can remember. No, really. Some of my earliest childhood memories involve watching the flick with my dad (and missing 75 percent of the jokes), strapping on a backpack and teaming up with friends to take down spooks, specters and ghosts on the school playground, sitting with my nose pressed to the TV eagerly awaiting the next episode of The Real Ghostbusters, perhaps the greatest animated series of the 1980s, singing along to that awesome Ray Par...
Tags: Feature, Comedy, Movies, Ebay, New York City, Tim Burton, Bill Murray, Batman, Jason Reitman, Sigourney Weaver, Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones, Joe, 1980s, Proton, Jeff

‘Dracula’ Sequel ‘Abraham’s Boys’, Based on the Short Story By Joe Hill, Being Adapted Into a Feature Film

It seems like every other day we get news about a new Stephen King project, so how about a project from Stephen King’s son to change things up? Abraham’s Boys, a short story that serves as a kind of sequel to Dracula, is a story that appeared in Joe Hill‘s excellent collection 20th Century Ghosts, and now it’s becoming a movie. Tea Shop Productions, who are responsible for the shark-tastic 47 Meters Down movies, has brought on writer-director Natasha Kermani (Lucky) to adapt Hill’s story into a...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Adaptation, Bram Stoker, Bill Paxton, Joe, Max, Joe-Hill, Hill, Paxton, Abraham, Natasha, Van Helsing, Dracula, James Harris

Dungeons & Dragons Returns to Magic: The Gathering With a New Sourcebook For Magic School

Want to trade out delving dungeons for magic class, wizarding sports, and intra-faction rivalries by snotty schoolkids made all the more snottier by the fact they have the power to throw a fireball at you? Well, good news: Dungeons & Dragons is packing its school bag and popping over to the world of Magic: The…Read more...
Tags: Games, Science, Education, Role playing games, Nerd Culture, Dungeons Dragons, Magic The Gathering, Wizard, Arcana, Magic School, Ravnica, Parallel Universes In Fiction, Magic In Dungeons Dragons, Unearthed Arcana, Character Class

SYFY Celebrates Pride Month with Pride of Chucky Marathon This Wednesday

In celebration of Pride Month, SYFY will be airing a murderer’s row of Child’s Play movies all day on Wednesday, June 9, starting at 8 a.m. ET. The marathon will call attention to the well-loved horror series’ LGBTQ+ elements and serve up some summer scares at the same time. All of this arrives ahead of SYFY and USA’s upcoming Chucky series, which premieres this fall with Child’s Play mastermind Don Mancini at the helm. RELATED: Chucky Series Teaser Wants You to Reconnect With an Old Friend In ...
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This week’s Porsche cartoon: Light of my eye

Photo credit: Jerry King The post This week’s Porsche cartoon: Light of my eye appeared first on FLATSIXES.
Tags: Porsche, Humor, Autos, Cartoon, Porsche Cartoon, Jerry King

NAR, Updater partner to provide real-time relocation data to Realtors

The trade group will be able to use "pre-move" data to inform reports on migration patterns and housing demand.
Tags: Technology, Homeownership, Radio, Moving, Rentals, NAR, National Association of Realtors, David Greenberg, Lawrence Yun, Relocation, Select, MLS & Associations, Updater, Great Reshuffling, NAR Updater

Staging and marketing company Guest House raises $3M

Guest House offers homesellers high-touch staging services that include a interior designer working directly with a number of national and local home furnishing retailers
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Software, Radio, Venture Capital, Interior Design, Seed Funding, Open House, Guest House, Select, News Brief, Selling a House, Staging, Startup Companies, Virtual Staging, Listing Marketing

Kantai Collection’s Ushio Overwhelmed by Lustful Monsters

Kantai Collection‘s brave Ushio was given a special mission to go out on patrol nude when the enemy fleet managed to find and overwhelm her, the poor ship girl being used like an object as the monsters emptied their body fluids into her. The MikuMikuDance parody will be lauded by perverts, especially those tired of […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Kantai Collection, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Ushio, MikuMikuDance

Hacks: HBO Max Renews Acclaimed Comedy Series for Season 2

HBO Max has renewed the Max Original series Hacks for a second season. The critically-acclaimed comedy has been a top performer on the platform since its debut, consistently ranking in the top ten most viewed titles out of all available content. Season 1, from creators Paul W. Downs, Lucia Aniello, and Jen Statsky, explores a dark mentorship that forms between Deborah Vance (Emmy-winner Jean Smart), a legendary Las Vegas comedian, and an entitled, outcast 25-year-old (Hannah Einbinder). The sea...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, TV, Movies, Smart, Hacks, TV News, Streaming, Universal, Las Vegas, Joan, Michael Schur, Jen, Bette, Lin Manuel Miranda, UTV

‘Cowboy Bebop’: Netflix’s Live-Action Series Reveals Fall Premiere, Original Anime Composer, John Cho’s Hair

News of the Cowboy Bebop remake was first met with anger. How dare Netflix try to turn such a classic anime into what will inevitably be a failed live-action adaptation?! But then John Cho was cast in the lead role of the ultra-cool Spike Spiegel, and that anger turned to trepidation. Then slowly a cautious excitement, as we learned that original creator, and a very good dog, were confirmed to be on board. And it looks like Netflix is doing its darndest to win us skeptics over, with the news th...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Anime, Shell, Remakes, Wolf, John Cho, Cho, Witcher, Jeff Pinkner, Cowboy Bebop, Spike Spiegel, Andre Nemec, Daniella Pineda, Mustafa Shakir

‘Knives Out 2’ Adds ‘Outer Banks’ Actress Madelyn Cline to Its List of Suspects

Madelyn Cline, who plays Sarah Cameron on Netflix’s hit show Outer Banks, has just become the latest member of Rian Johnson‘s Knives Out 2 cast. She joins an impressive roster of talent in the upcoming murder mystery sequel, including Daniel Craig returning as the Southern-fried detective Benoit Blanc and newcomers Kate Hudson, Leslie Odom Jr., Kathryn Hahn, Dave Bautista, Janelle Monáe, and Edward Norton. According to Deadline, Outer Banks breakout actress Madelyn Cline will be mixing it up ...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Lionsgate, Casting, Netflix, Sequels, Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Johnson, Cw, Joel Edgerton, Rian Johnson, Craig, Tina, Outer Banks

Teaser Trailer for Brazilian Director Alê Abreu's New Film 'Perlimps'

Time to meet Claé and Bruô. An early promo teaser trailer has debuted as a first look at the new animated film from the acclaimed Brazilian filmmaker Alê Abreu. You may recognize his name as he's the filmmaker behind the Oscar-nominated, outstanding, beloved animated film The Boy and the World (which was in my Top 10 of 2015). His new film is called Perlimps, another vibrant tale, this time about two "secret agents working for enemy kingdoms" named Claé and Bruô. "Lost in the Enchanted Fores...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Animation, Giants, Abreu, To Watch, Ale Abreu, Claé, Perlimps

The Forever Purge: Release Date, Cast & More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) This year, the final Purge movie, The Forever Purge, will arrive and close up the franchise – until they decide to reboot it, that is. For now, though, it’s time to say goodbye to The Purge, a series that started back in 2013. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about The Forever Purge, including the release dat...
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Kevin Hart’s Die Hart Renewed for Second Season, Die Harter

Kevin Hart’s comedy-action series Die Hart debuted last on Quibi, and despite the short-lived nature of the streaming service, the show is being picked up for a second season, this time as a Roku Original.   RELATED: I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson Sets Season 2 Premiere Date According to a recent report from Deadline, the streaming company picked up a second season of the show, making it the first Roku Original to get renewed after it acquired a handful of Quibi shows when the stre...
Tags: Comedy, TV, Movies, Action, TV News, Streaming, Roku, Kevin Hart, Jean Reno, Hart, ComingSoon, Harter, Tim Robinson, Die Hart, Die Harter, Die Hart Renewed for Second Season Die Harter

Linguistic Improvisation Via Honda

It is like innovative slam poetry or experimental theater coming at me right from the car speakers. I can't help but listen for meaning.
Tags: Comics, Language, Honda, Honda Accord, Language Riff, Linguistic Nonsense

10 of the most luxurious log cabins on the market

While many of us still associate log cabins with going off the grid, the modern reality is often much more luxurious and expensive.
Tags: Design, Listings, Radio, Luxury, Realtor.com, Log Cabins, Luxury Lens, Becky Bracken, Log Mansions

Traffic Tale (Limerick)

I found myself trapped among honkers On a traffic-filled road deep in Yonkers. Construction ahead? A shooting? Some dead? Whatever it was … they’d gone bonkers.
Tags: Humor, Limerick, Yonkers, Car & Driving Humor, Mental Health Humor, Noise Humor, Transportation Humor, Bonkers, Car Limerick, Driving Humor, Driving Limerick, Noise Limerick, Traffic Humor, Traffic Limerick, Transportation Limerick

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