New Release Review [Netflix] - FEAR STREET PART TWO: 1978

A summer camp becomes a slaughterhouse. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Wash Times whines about Captain America recognizing reality

Marvel celebrates July 4 weekend by having Captain America say American dream 'isn't real' By Douglas Ernst - The Washington Times - Friday, July 2, 2021 https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/jul/2/marvel-celebrates-july-4-weekend-by-...
Tags: Comics, America, Captain America, Washington Times, Douglas Ernst, Mike Rhode, Rich Johnston, Wash Times

Famous First Edition #F-7 - key reprint

Famous First Edition #F-7Famous First Edition v1 #F-7, 1975 - Oversized and intimidating, this DC bronze age superhero treasury reprints the first appearance of the Justice Society of America. This large scale version of All Star Comics #3 is actually more readable than the original. These issues preceded the DC Archive Editions by decades.- - - - - - - - - -Home / Famous First Editionebay  >this [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Durango Kid #2 - Frank Frazetta art

Durango Kid #2 Durango Kid v1 #2, 1949 - When indians ready to attack a fort full of settlers, Dan Brand and Tipi try to negotiate a resolution. Frank Frazetta's muscular figures fill the bulk of the pages, rendered in fine detail along with the faces and backgrounds. Special attention seems placed in a few key panels, such as Lt. George Washington's cabin (page 1) and an enemy tribe's [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Western, 1940s, Unknown, Durango, Me, George Washington, Frank Frazetta, Frazetta, Dan Brand, TIPI, Durango Kid v1

Russia Bans Akira Film For the Sake of the Children

Russia has continued to ban more harmless anime for the sake of the children as the classic Akira film has next been targeted, the government citing that harm to the “health and mental development of children” is possible through witnessing the labeled masterpiece. The 1988 movie was slandered as harmful to children and subsequently banned […]
Tags: Politics, Movies, Russia, Censorship, Bizarre, Anime, Announcements, Bans, Akira

New to Amazon Prime Video - MANCHESTER BY THE SEA

A self-exiled loner returns to his hometown when his brother passes away. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Jason Blum Discusses The Forever Purge, Why It’s His Favorite

The Forever Purge is now in theaters and sees a group of anarchists that “decide to overtake America through an unending campaign of mayhem and massacre.” The film stars Ana de la Reguera in the lead role and was directed by Everardo Gout from a script by James DeMonaco. RELATED: Ana de la Reguera Discusses Freaking Out During The Forever Purge ComingSoon’s Alyse Wax spoke with The Forever Purge producer Jason Blum about the film’s themes, why it’s his favorite in the series, and why he’s so ex...
Tags: Halloween, Video, Movies, Interview, Horror, America, Jason Blum, James, Blumhouse, Scott Derrickson, James DeMonaco, The Purge, Ana de la Reguera, Everardo, Alyse Wax, The Black Phone

Interview: Director Chris McKay Discusses The Tomorrow War’s Themes

Directed by Chris McKay, The Tomorrow War is a sci-fi action flick that releases on Amazon Prime Video today. The film features a star-studded cast featuring Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, J.K. Simmons, Edwin Hodge, Sam Richardson, Jasmine Matthews, and Keith Powers. “The world is stunned when a group of time travelers arrive from the year 2051 to deliver an urgent message: Thirty years in the future mankind is losing a global war against a deadly alien species,” says the official synopsis. “T...
Tags: Video, Movies, Interview, Streaming, Chris Pratt, Sam, Chris Mckay, Chris, Amazon Prime Video, Dan, Phil, Skydance, Charlie, Larry, Dino, Robot Chicken

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Thursday, July 8 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for July 8, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Noisy Location: 1201 S Figueroa St., Los Angeles (until July 9th) TV Series: Broken Bread Location: 613 Imperial St., Los Angeles  Project: Leviathan Location: 31880 Aliso Canyon Rd., Los Angeles (until July 9th) Filming in Illinois TV Series: 61st St. […] The post Thursday, July 8 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Illinois, Daily Filming Locations, Imperial St Los Angeles Project

Marvel Studios and DC Films Skipping [email protected] 2021

[email protected] 2021 will be kicking off later this month, but two of the biggest studios in the world won’t be there. Deadline is reporting that both Disney’s Marvel Studios and Warner Bros.’ DC films won’t be attending the virtual convention.   RELATED: Kevin Feige: Multi-Picture Deals ‘Vary,’ No Longer the Norm The report doesn’t state a reason for the companies deciding to skip out on the event, but with the virtual event returning once again, it’s probable that the studios simply didn’t wa...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Sony, San Diego, Warner Bros, Marvel Studios, Gal Gadot, Kevin Feige, Patty Jenkins, ComingSoon, Movie News, Morbius, San Diego Comic-Con, Dc Films, Disney 's Marvel Studios, Loki Season

DICE LA Changes Name to Ripple Effect Studios, Developing New Project

Electronic Arts announced on Wednesday that its DICE LA studios would be changing its name to Ripple Effect Studios. The newly titled team signals a new start as it develops a yet-to-be-announced project.   RELATED: Assassin’s Creed Infinity Revealed To Be Live Service Game Ripple Effect Studios had previously provided support for various EA releases, including the Battlefield games, but is now working on what it calls a “player-inspired experience” for the upcoming Battlefield 2042. Aside fro...
Tags: Games, Movies, La, Los Angeles, Electronic Arts, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Vince Zampella, Zampella, DICE LA, Ripple Effect Studios, Christian Grass GM of Ripple Effect Studios, Ripple Effect Studios Developing New Project

Realtor.com launches microsite with fair housing resources

Visitors to "Realtor.com for Everyone" are able to search for Realtors who have completed NAR’s At Home with Diversity certification.
Tags: Technology, Radio, NAR, Stephanie Singer, Select, Realtor.com, Fair Housing, NAREB, AREAA, NAHREP, Black Homeownership, National Association of Real Estate Brokers, Asian Real Estate Association of America, LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance, At Home With Diversity, Realtor.com For Everyone

Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon S Angrily Slaps Giant Breasts

Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon finally makes its second season debut, the female characters all naturally glowing with cuteness as a visit is made to a maid cafe and the large-breasted Iruru is introduced, whose bosom naturally serves as a comedic element. The relentless moe assault and occasional sexy oppai service will surely have watchers […]
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Cafe, Dragons, Moe, Kobayashi, Oppai, Image Gallery, Maids, Kyoto Animation, Maid Dragon, Kobayashi san Chi no Maid Dragon

Suzzanne Douglas, actress who starred in ‘The Parent ‘Hood,’ dies at 64

By Stella Chan | CNN Suzzanne Douglas, an accomplished stage and screen actress who starred “Tap” and the television series “The Parent ‘Hood,” has died, her representative told CNN in a statement on Wednesday. She was 64. “The industry has lost a truly talented artist with the passing of Suzzanne Douglas,” her publicist Penny Vizcarra said. “She touched everyone who knew her and was lovely in every sense of the word. The family appreciates your support and asks for their privacy during this dif...
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Review: The God Committee

— by BEV QUESTAD — “What is God’s will? How do we interpret it? How are we to understand it and act upon it?” asks Father Dunbar (Colman Domingo) of his congregation. But he also sits on the Transplant Committee, where he became a new voting member at the behest of a top investor. He […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Kelsey Grammer, Janeane Garofalo, Julia Stiles, Colman Domingo, BEV QUESTAD, Austin Stark, Dunbar Colman Domingo, Transplant Committee

Robert Downey Sr., ‘maverick filmmaker’ and actor’s father, dies at 85

By Lindsey Bahr | Associated Press Robert Downey Sr., the accomplished countercultural filmmaker, actor and father of superstar Robert Downey Jr., has died. He was 85. Actor Robert Downey Jr., left, and his father, Robert Sr., arrive at an event in New York in 2008. He made such movies as “Putney Swope” and “Greaser’s Palace,” as well as acting in “Boogie Nights” and “Magnolia”Downey Jr. wrote on Instagram that his father died late Tuesday in his sleep at home in New York. He had Parkinson’s...
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Daily Podcast: ‘Loki’ Episode 5 Offers a “Journey Into Mystery” [Spoiler Discussion]

On the July 7 , 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by weekend editor Brad Oman to have a spoiler discussion about Loki Episode 5 “Journey Into Mystery”. In The Spoiler Room: Loki Episode 5 “Journey Into Mystery” Feedback Brief reactions Breakdown 14 ‘Loki’ Episode 5 Easter Eggs and What They Could Mean for the Marvel Cinematic Universe How ‘Loki’ Head Writer Michael Waldron Used the Latest Episode to Rewrite the Events ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Disney, Features, Marvel Studios, Loki, Peter Sciretta, Featured Stories Sidebar, Michael Waldron, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume, Spoiler Discussion, Alligator Loki, New Villain

‘The Boys’ Season 3 Teaser Transports You Into a Nightmarish, Fox News-ish Vought TV Special

And they say satire is dead. In this season 3 teaser for the Amazon Prime series The Boys, American cable “news” is satirized to the fullest, all while giving us a sneak peak at what’s been happening since the end of season 2. Entertainment Weekly reports that there will be more of these segments to help tide fans over until season 3 and help fill any gaps between the two seasons. In these Vought News Network clips, fictional newscaster Cameron Coleman (Matthew Edison) hosts Seven on 7, a fa...
Tags: TV, Movies, Fox News, Coleman, U S Military, Comic Book/Superhero, Chris Mark, Eric Kripke, Mike Lindell, The Boys, Vought, Homelander, Homelander Antony Starr, Starlight Erin Moriarty, Victoria Neuman Claudia Doumit, Cameron Coleman

All the new kids' shows you can watch on Disney Plus - from 'Monsters at Work' to 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse'

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Disney Plus has tons of kid-friendly shows. Disney+/Business Insider The Disney Plus streaming service offers a big selection of children-friendly programming. Annual subscriptions are $80 a year and monthly subscriptions are $8 a month. Popular kids' shows on Disney Plus include series like "Monsters at Work" and "Vampirina." Monthly Subscription Service (small) Disney Channel, Disney Junior, and...
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Henry Winkler Recalls Working With Roddy Piper on The One and Only

(Photo by Paramount Pictures) Legendary actor Henry Winkler is known for many iconic roles, but one that some fans may not know him for is Paramount Pictures’ The One and Only, a film that sees a would-be actor trying to become a pro wrestler. RELATED: Clifford the Big Red Dog Trailer Previews Paramount’s New Live-Action Pic Speaking with WrestleZone’s Dominic Deangelo, Winkler looked back on the film and getting to work with some wrestling legends, including the likes of Roddy Piper and Chavo...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Movies, Paramount Pictures, Clifford, Piper, Winkler, Carl Reiner, Roddy Piper, Henry Winkler, Chavo Guerrero, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ron Perlman, The One And Only, Paramount Pictures Legendary

Characters and Voice Cast for Blade Runner: Black Lotus Revealed

Adult Swim and Crunchyroll have revealed the characters and voice cast for its upcoming animated series Blade Runner: Black Lotus, inspired by the Blade Runner franchise.   RELATED: Battle Game In 5 Seconds and More Added to Crunchyroll Summer 2021 Anime The English and Japanese voice cast will include some big names in the world of acting, including Jessica Henwick, Arisa Shida, Will Fun Lee, Shinshu Fuji, Samira Wiley, Takako Honda, Brian Cox, Wes Bentley, Josh Duhamel, Taiten Kusunoki, Pey...
Tags: Adult Swim, TV, Movies, Los Angeles, TV News, Streaming, Anime, Blade Runner, Lapd, Elle, Crunchyroll, Bannister, Toonami, Henwick, Wes Gleason, Voice Cast

Oregon becomes first US state to ban homebuyer love letters

Homebuyers have used these so-called "love letters" help their offers stand out, but critics say they leave the door open for discrimination.
Tags: Oregon, US, Regulations, Radio, NAR, Wesley Johnson, Keller Williams, National Association of Realtors, Brokerage, Select, RE/MAX, Sandy Williams, LeAnn Harris, Wesley Shaw, Buyer Love Letters, Amy Logue

Perverse Futanari Ero-Animation Gives a Girl Quite the Mouthful

Futanari fanatics have another perverse tribute to lovingly ogle as this twisted animation features one girl perhaps getting more than she bargained for upon witnessing her friend’s futanari appendage, the roughness bound to be a noteworthy aspect of the creation. The naughty oral-based animation will likely acquire “legendary” status due to a certain auditory evacuation:
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‘Loki’ Head Writer Explains Alligator Loki: “It’s So Stupid, But It Also Makes Total Sense”

Tom Hiddleston isn’t sure whether Alligator Loki – the alligator wearing golden horns in the latest episode of Marvel’s Disney+ series Loki – is actually an alternate universe version of a Loki, or if it’s just an alligator. “The question is, ‘Is he really Loki? Or is he just green?'” Hiddleston said in a new interview. “It’s such a funny question that [the Lokis] all bicker about. One thing about Loki is that Loki loves to be right. And they all have a different opinion about this alligator.” ...
Tags: TV, Television, Movies, Disney, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Loki, Waldron, Hiddleston, Herron, Richard E Grant, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Michael Waldron, Kate Herron, Alligator Loki

Ghostbusters: Afterlife: Release Date, Trailer, and 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.) Since Ghostbusters: Answer the Call didn’t kick off a whole new franchise as Sony Pictures hoped, the studio is digging back into the original Ghostbusters franchise with a new sequel that picks up roughly 30 years after the events of Ghostbusters II. This time, director Ivan Reitman is handing the reins off to his son, filmmaker...
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Kevin Feige: Multi-Picture Deals ‘Vary,’ No Longer the Norm

(Photo by Marvel Enterprises/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock) When the Marvel Cinematic Universe was just in its infancy, Marvel Studios was notorious for inking talent to large, multiple film deals that would keep them with the company for years. According to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, those days are behind the company.   RELATED: Loki Season 1 Episode 5 Recap & Analysis: ‘Journey Into Mystery’ In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Feige noted that deals like that are varying now ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Marvel, Disney, Chris Hemsworth, Marvel Studios, Samuel L Jackson, Comic Book, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige, Sam Jackson, Movie News, Feige, Scarlett -LSB- Johansson, Chris Evans Scarlett Johansson, Loki Season

Brian De Palma Made Fun of The Force After the First Screening of ‘Star Wars’

Artists often show their friends and fellow creatives their work before it’s finished. It’s a great way to get feedback and new ideas, and you hope your friends will be more honest with you than people who rely on you for a paycheck. Apparently, that level of honesty was a bit too much when director George Lucas screened his unfinished cut of Star Wars: A New Hope for his Hollywood friends, including filmmakers Steven Spielberg and Brian De Palma. This screening is the stuff of legend – the onl...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, George Lucas, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Force, Lucas, Brian-De-Palma, Jay Cocks, George, Gordon, De Palma, Star-Wars, Carrie Scarface, Brian De Palma Made Fun, Collider De Palma

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