Weldon and PCHH on The Suicide Squad

In 'The Suicide Squad,' Super-Powered Cons Are Super-Violent Pros Glen Weldon wirh  Daisy Rosario, Chris Klimek, and Ronald Young Jr. Pop Culture Happy Hour August 6, 2021 https://www.npr.org/2021/08/02/1023862402/in-the-suicide-squad-super-powered-cons-are-super-violent-pros https://play.podtrac.com/npr-510282/edge1.pod.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/n...
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Eerie v3 #81 - Frank Frazetta cover

Frank Frazetta Eerie v3 #81, 1977 - As conveyed on the cover, each story inside features a gargantuan sized woman as the main character. Frank Frazetta's depiction is a variation of classic King King scene, complete with WWI era bi-planes. Finely and precisely painted, the artist uses both warm and cool palettes to separate foreground from background. Despite what it suggests on the cover, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Sotsu’s Girls Hurting Greatly

A lot of crying and drama is present in Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Sotsu as Satoko and Rika bond further, the episode then shifting over to Satoko and her despised uncle as she demonstrates her talent in mahjong, the two also growing closer and certain to have watchers wondering if there will be some […]
Tags: Murder, Drama, Horror, Anime, Blood, Remakes, Rika, Guro, Satoko, Image Gallery, Adaptations, 07th Expansion, Higurashi, Passione, Naku Koro ni Sotsu

Interview: Troy Baker Discusses Playing Joker in Batman: The Long Halloween

Batman: The Long Halloween Part 2 is now available digitally and on Blu-ray, which wraps up DC’s animated adaptation of the iconic Batman story. Written by Tim Sheridan and directed by Chris Palmer, the films feature a star-studded voice cast that includes Jensen Ackles, Josh Duhamel, the late Naya Rivera, Troy Baker, Billy Burke, Fred Tatasciore, and more. RELATED: David Dastmalchian on Voicing Calendar Man in Batman: The Long Halloween “Inspired by the iconic mid-1990s DC story from Jeph Loeb ...
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The Five Most Shocking Deaths in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad

James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad is now playing in theaters and streaming on HBO Max and it’s a dandy! The action, the characters, the drama, the dark humor … all of it worked to absolute perfection to create one of the wildest motion pictures you’ll ever see. Gunn being Gunn, there were quite a few shocking moments, mostly in regards to who lived and who died. While the film never fully lives up to its heavily hyped “anyone can die” mantra by sparing the more, ah, notable Squad members like Harle...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Dc Comics, Action, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Idris Elba, Deadpool, James Gunn, Ryan Reynolds, Margot Robbie, Comic Book, Boomerang, John Cena, Harley, David Ayer

TWEWY Neo Translation Worse Than Feared, Full of Slang & Memes

NEO: The World Ends With You has turned out to have a worse translation than initially expected as the title has included things such as low effort and easily outdated memes, slang, “jokes”, absurd nicknames and overall strange decisions that vary in severity when it comes to accuracy. One individual learned who the lead English […]
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‘Limits are non-existent in the metaverse!’ Video game concerts become big business

This weekend, tens of millions will watch and interact with an Ariana Grande avatar for a concert in video game Fortnite – the latest in a growing, lucrative marketA shimmering Ariana Grande emerges from the starry night sky as she begins to run through her biggest pop hits. Dressed in a glistening sequinned two-piece and rocking a towering ponytail with hints of neon pink, the superstar is both levitating and incandescent.Literally. This isn’t Grande’s latest festival outing, nor is the pop sta...
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Disney Attorney Calls Scarlett Johansson Lawsuit ‘an Orchestrated PR Campaign’

The ongoing dispute between Scarlett Johansson and Disney over Black Widow’s release has continued to grow, and most recently, longtime Disney attorney Daniel Petrocelli has stepped in to say that Johansson’s lawsuit nothing more than a public relations campaign. RELATED: Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over Black Widow Release Structure Speaking to Variety, Petrocelli noted that the demands in Johansson’s litigation are beyond what any actor’s contract with the studio might suggest. Petrocelli w...
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Keller Williams to take Mega Camp conference digital as COVID cases rise

As a result of rising COVID cases, the Austin-based conference will be held fully online this month, a Keller Williams spokesperson said.
Tags: Austin, Radio, Agent, Keller Williams, Brokerage, Select, Mega Camp, Carl Liebert

‘Spider-Man’ Breakout Jacob Batalon to Headline Syfy’s ‘Reginald the Vampire’

Spider-Man’s best friend is about to go batty, but not in the way you might think. There’s no Batman here, just the undead. Jacob Batalon, known for his role as Lego Death Star builder and “guy in the chair” Ned Leeds in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far from Home, will play the title role in Reginald the Vampire on Syfy. Deadline reports that Batalon will lead Reginald the Vampire, which has flown straight to series with a 10-episode order. If you’re a fan of What We Do in the Shad...
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‘The Orville’ Season 3 May Be On Its Way

Good news, fellow Orvillians! Not sure if that’s what fans of The Orville are actually called, but, let’s roll with it. According to Hulu’s head of scripted originals, Jordan Helman, the best Star Trek series that isn’t technically Star Trek could be coming back for its third season sooner rather than later.  Whatever Happened to The Orville Season 3? The Orville hit a fairly long hiatus after its second season finished in April 2019. The road to excellent television is sel...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Star Trek, Fox, West, Hulu, Seth Macfarlane, Tca, Orville, Macfarlane, Helman, Peter Macon, Kelly Grayson, Penny Johnson Jerald, Claire Finn

The 45 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now

It's August already, and while you should be out in the sun, sometimes you need to chill with a movie. Prime Video has a ton, and here are the best right now.
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Glorious Nikaido Yuki Ero-Figure Can Be Completely Undressed

Illustrator Izumi Mahiru probably takes pride in this newly surfaced figurine of Nikaido Yuki, an original female character he sketched that can now be made to wear either a seifuku or bikini (or even nothing at all) at the command of buyers – Nikaido Yuki’s fate will be determined in February 2022. Nikaido Yuki can […]
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Is Pokémon Unite cross-platform?

Pokémon Unite recently launched on Nintendo Switch and is arriving on mobile this September. Here's everything we know about cross-play and cross-progression.
Tags: Gaming, Games, Trends, Nintendo, Pokemon, Nintendo Switch, Pokémon Unite

Hulu Head Gives Update on The Orville Season 3

Fans of The Orville have been waiting for news on its third season for years now, and now it seems as if the series is finally moving toward getting a third season finished. RELATED: Hulu Orders Comedy Pilot Starring Keegan-Michael Key & Johnny Knoxville  According to Jordan Helman (via Deadline), head of scripted originals at Hulu, he’s seen cuts of the sci-fi drama’s third season and is hopeful that it’ll be out sooner rather than later. “The past year and a half has been complicated on a vari...
Tags: Comedy, TV, Movies, Drama, Fox, TV News, Streaming, Jon Favreau, Hulu, Orville, Helman, Jon Cassar, Fox Television, The Orville, Jordan Helman, Keegan Michael Key Johnny Knoxville

Interview: John Murphy Discusses Score for James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad

James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad is out now in theaters and on HBO Max, and by all accounts is a wild ride. The movie currently boasts a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes with many calling it one of the best comic book films ever. Naturally, such a motion picture required an exciting score, and who better to tackle that task than legendary composer John Murphy (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Sunshine, 28 Days Later). ComingSoon spoke to Murphy about working on The Suicide Squad, and the composer discus...
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Interview: Stu Stone & Adam Rodness Blend Borat With Horror in Faking a Murderer

It’s Borat meets true crime shows in Adam Rodness and Stu Stone’s Faking a Murderer. The horror film is an homage to true crime dramas and also features plenty of unknowing subjects that aren’t aware that the criminal they’re chasing is made up. The film is out now digitally and on demand. “Faking a Murderer follows two filmmakers on their noble yet perhaps misguided quest to track down a seedy-looking stranger they’ve discovered online who — in a disturbing video — seemingly confesses to a murd...
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Jakob's Wife Offers Convincing Proof That Horror Is the Ultimate Glow-Up

The story of a woman coming into her power after getting a supernatural boost is hardly a new one—but much like more traditional makeover narratives, it’s often rewarding enough to justify being so familiar. The most delicious version of this tale usually involves a frumpy lass becoming a glamorous villain, like Uma…Read more...
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‘Schitt’s Creek’ Fans Just Got an Early Holiday Gift

Sometimes it seems as though Schitt’s Creek fell out of a clear blue sky. The series premiered back in 2015 to a small, mostly Canadian audience, but its final seasons blew it up into a global phenomenon. It’s won several awards and countless hearts, becoming a very popular quarantine binge, and an all-around wholesome time. We became attached to the Rose family, and watching them grow was a hopeful, hilarious, and altogether heartwarming experience. David’s incredible facial expressions, Moira...
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Prime Video lets you stream original movies, shows, and Thursday Night Football games - plans start at $9 a month

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Amazon Prime Video - Amazon's on-demand streaming service - features thousands of movies and TV shows. The service is included with a Prime membership for $13 a month or $119 a year. Watch even more content by adding Prime Video Channels, like Showtime and Cinemax. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Prime Video Monthly Subscription (small) Prime Monthly Subscription (small) The perks of an Amazo...
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Watch the ‘Blade Runner: Black Lotus’ Opening Sequence

Do androids dream of electric sheep? I’m not sure, but I do know that I’ve been dreaming about the upcoming Blade Runner: Black Lotus anime from Crunchyroll, Toonami, and Adult Swim. While we saw a trailer last month, this opening sequence gives fans a much better idea of the tone and visuals of the cyberpunk series. Neon-Soaked Noir Blade Runner: Black Lotus will follow a new protagonist in the Blade Runner universe, a replicant named Elle (Jessica Henwick in the English dub/Arisa Shud...
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Marisa Mirabal’s Favorite Movies of All Time

Hey, y’all!  You may already be familiar with my work floating around /Film for the past couple of years covering festivals and Alamo Rolling Roadshow events. Well, I’m back in a new role as an evening news writer and get to share a little bit about myself beyond the fact that I’m a Texan who enjoys sipping whiskey. As a Libra, I have been tasked with the mildly stressful assignment to pick my 15 favorite movies of all time. This is pretty daunting because I love a lot of movies. In order to na...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Features, Jake Gyllenhaal, Uma Thurman, Magic, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Elijah Wood, Moses, Steve, Lisbon, Charlie Kaufman, Maude, Martin Scorsese, John Carpenter, Brad Fiedel

‘Stranger Things’ Spin-Offs Might Be in the Cards

For years, Stranger Things creators/showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer have said that they envisioned the show lasting for four or five seasons. While we still don’t have confirmation on how long the Netflix phenomenon will ultimately last, the show’s final season may not be the actual end of the Stranger Things universe. Executive producer Shawn Levy has revealed that there’s a chance we could end up seeing one or more Stranger Things spin-offs.  Speaking with Collider, the topic turned to the...
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‘Animaniacs’ Season 2 Will Keep Things Totally Insaney with New Episodes in November

Last year, the Animaniacs triumphantly returned with an all-new season on Hulu. But before the animated revival even debuted, it had already received a second season order. So we’re happy to see the streaming service announcing that Animaniacs season 2 will be arriving this November, almost exactly one year after the show’s return in 2020. Animaniacs Season 2 Teaser Unfortunately, this teaser for Animaniacs season 2 doesn’t include any footage from the forthcoming new episodes. It merel...
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HBO Adds Four New Cast Members to Issa Rae’s Rap Sh*t

(Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for BET) HBO has added even more to the cast of its upcoming half-hour comedy series Rap Shi*t, according to a recent report from Deadline. RELATED: Issa Rae & City Girls’ HBO Max Series Rap Sh*t Gets Trio of Actresses Daniel Augustin (Grey’s Anatomy, David Makes Man), Ashlei Sharpe Chestnut (Cruel Summer), Amandla Jahava (DMZ), and Jaboukie Young-White (The Daily Show, Dating & New York) have all been tapped for recurring roles in the series, which comes f...
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Cry Macho: Release Date, Cast 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.) I don’t know how he does it, but every two to four years Clint Eastwood comes out of nowhere to write, direct, produce, and star in brand-new original movies that only your dad would ever be interested in. He’s like the living embodiment of those 17-year cicada cycles here in the States: you sort of forget about him when he’s not...
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One Piece Thanks Olympians That Paid Homage to Series During 2020 Tokyo Games

The Tokyo Olympics are currently underway, and the ongoing competitions have seen a handful of surprise references and homages to the hugely popular manga and anime series One Piece throughout the events. MORE: Hulu Orders Animated Comedy Standing By Starring Dan Levy Taking to Twitter on Thursday, the official account of One Piece’s staff tweeted out two messages to the two athletes who performed the homages, Greek long jumper Miltiadis Tentoglou and American shot-putter Payton Otterdahl. Αγαπ...
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Genshin Impact Mona Ero-Cosplay by Hokunaimeko Supremely Magical

Genshin Impact‘s pretty mage Mona seems to be a favorite amongst both players and cosplayers as the stunning Hokunaimeko has committed to a photoshoot dressed as the distinguished female, the not at all shy woman starting off clothed before promptly exposing her breasts to maintain the attention of those who grow bored easily. The additional […]
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A new exhibit showcases costumes from Broadway, TV, and film in NYC!

“Showstoppers! Spectacular Costumes from Stage & Screen”, a new exhibit featuring costumes from Broadway, TV shows, and movies opened on August 5th on Times Square. It is an eight-week limited engagement, which will go through September 26th, that will raise money for the Costume Industry Coalition Recovery Fund. It continues to support one of the […] The post A new exhibit showcases costumes from Broadway, TV, and film in NYC! appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Watch: Stop-Motion Short Film 'Winter's Blight' Made in New Zealand

Must get firewood to stay warm for the winter. This gorgeous, moving stop-motion animated short film is made by a filmmaker based in the city of Dunedin, New Zealand. Winter's Blight is a stop-motion short written and directed and animated by filmmaker Claire Campbell, and it's available to watch on Vimeo now after playing at festivals for a few years. The film tells the story of a reclusive elderly man Bill who livies in a remote forest in Central Otago. "This film has been a true labour of...
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