‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Mastered the Art of the Misdirect

Benedict Wong was on the red carpet last night for the world premiere of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. In the film, he reprises his role as Wong from Doctor Strange and, apparently, fights the Abomination in a cage match. We’re still two weeks away from Shang-Chi‘s theatrical release, but, as is the case with most movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, inquiring minds want to know about the next one before they’ve even had a chance to sit all the way through this one. People are ...
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First Trailer and Poster for Monster Movie IT CAME FROM BELOW

First look at the subterranean shocker. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Review: In the Same Breath

— by RON WILKINSON — The best documentaries are the ones with the best access. This exceptional doc explodes with complete access to hospitals in Wuhan during the first days of Covid. Shooting footage is tense, scary and at times potentially lethal due to government persecution as much as illness. Contrasted to that, the American […]
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Resident Evil Village “Nude” Angie Doll Mod Definitely Twisted

People requiring another reason to do a run of the not at all survival horror themed Resident Evil Village may perhaps want to install this strange nude mod for the sentient doll Angie, which doesn’t actually implement nipples or a vagina and instead just removes her dress. The nude mod for Angie that will likely […]
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Spectacular Spider-man #64 - 1st Cloak and Dagger (key)

Spectacular Spider-man #64 Spectacular Spider-man v2 #64, 1982 - Hiding out on an abandoned Ellis Island, the mob experiments with new addictive drugs on young runaways. Most perish, but two teenagers escape and later seek those involved. Spider-man enters the fray, trying to temper their desire for revenge. The identities of Cloak and Dagger are not yet disclosed, nor are the origins of [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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‘The Rocketeer’ Takes Flight Across Your Table With a New Board Game

Funko is expanding its game line with the addition of a new board game based on the underrated 1991 Disney gem The Rocketeer. Joining the ranks of other games based on nostalgic films like Groundhog Day and Back to the Future, this addition looks like it will be both a blast from the past and a lot of fun to play. An Ordinary Man Became an Extraordinary Board Game The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future is a competitive two-person board game that transports players back to the golden age of Holl...
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Guild Receptionist Ferris Recruits Adventurers to Tackle Quests

Guild Receptionist Ferris will have players running around as a guild receptionist whilst recruiting adventurers and completing requests, with defeated female adventurers naturally being taken by monsters and used like objects (as most eroge tend to do). Players will take control of guild receptionist Ferris and be required to perform various tasks, such as seeking […]
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Wednesday, August 18 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for Aug. 18, 2021: Filming in California Project: Hillside Strangler Location: 2016 Rockford Rd., Los Angeles  Project: Leviathan Location: 10361 W Pico Blvd., Los Angeles  Project: Wild Chickens Location: 929 S Broadway, Los Angeles (until Aug. 25th, excluding the weekend) Filming in New York Movie: She Did That (code […] The post Wednesday, August 18 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Wes Anderson’s Next Movie adds Bryan Cranston, Jeffrey Wright, Hope Davis, and Liev Schreiber

At this point, you might think that every person in Hollywood has been cast in Wes Anderson‘s new movie. It’s like he’s on a quest to nip this Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon business in the bud. In the future, we’ll all just be playing Two Degrees of Wes Anderson because any living actor you can think of will only be a couple of layers removed, at most, from an Anderson film. Every week or two, it feels like we get a new piece of casting news regarding his latest, and this week is no different. You...
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US Trailer for Outstanding Doc 'Little Girl' About Sasha from France

"Know that you are not alone. There are other children just like you." Music Box Films has released a new official US trailer for an acclaimed French documentary film titled Little Girl, also known as Petite Fille when it screened at festivals. This first premiered at last year's 2020 Berlin Film Festival, and it was one of my favorite films of that festival (just before the pandemic swept in). This doc is touching portrait of seven-year-old Sasha, who questions her gender and in doing so, e...
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‘The Great’ Season 2: 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.) Revolution is nigh! The Greatest ruler of them all is returning to claim her throne, and she’ll take down anyone — her own husband included — who stands in her way! If you loved bingeing The Great as much as you should’ve, you’ll be overjoyed about its return. Here’s everything you need to get ready for season 2. The Great S...
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Michael Myers and ‘The Purge’ Will Return to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) is right around the corner and the guest list of horror icons for this year’s event at Universal Studios Hollywood continues to fill out. We knew The Exorcist would be stopping by along with The Haunting of Hill House, but now our old friend Michael Myers and The Purge have sent in their blood-stained RSVPs, confirming that they will be making appearances as well. Maybe you’ve already got your own Halloween Kills-era Michael Myers mask and are planning to go fro...
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12 startups vie for $15K at NAR’s ‘Pitch Battle’ for real estate tech

Contestants offered tools for staging, rentals, listing presentations, keeping up with clients post-close, real estate development, affordable housing, risk assessment and accounting.
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Director of Live-Action Boku no Hero Academia Announced

The director working on the live-action adaptation of beloved series Boku no Hero Academia was recently announced to be Shinsuke Sato, who was responsible for various other live-action shows such as Bleach, Inuyashiki, Gantz, and Death Note: Light Up the New World, hopefully giving fans of the franchise some hope in regards to the final […]
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Bryan Cranston, Jeffrey Wright & More Added to Wes Anderson’s Latest Film

The all-star cast of Wes Anderson’s next project continues to grow. According to THR, the currently untitled film has added acclaimed actor Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Hope Davis (Your Honor), Jeffrey Wright (Monster), and Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan) to its cast. The film is currently shooting in Spain. Wright and Schreiber both appear in Anderson’s The French Dispatch, while Cranston did a voice in Isle of Dogs. It’s the first Anderson film for Davis. Scarlett Johansson Latest Star to Join...
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‘We Need to Do Something’: 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.) The weird, off-the-wall horror movie We Need to Do Something is headed our way soon, and you absolutely need to go out of your way to see it. So I’ve rounded up some important info you need to know before checking the film out. Or to convince you to see it. Either one. We Need to Do Something Release Date and Where You Can Wa...
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A Fisherman's Dilemma - First Trailer for Acclaimed Malta Film 'Luzzu'

"If you change every piece of a boat… is it still the same boat?" Kino Lorber has unveiled the official US trailer for an acclaimed indie film from the tiny island nation of Malta titled Luzzu, which first premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year where it won a Special Jury Prize for non-professional lead actor Jesmark Scicluna. Set on the island following an old school fisher, a man risks everything to provide for his wife and newborn son by entering Malta's black-mark...
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Ray Fisher Open to Playing Cyborg Again, But Needs an Apology First

Actor Ray Fisher has had a very long and very public problem with Warner Bros. and DC ever since the original cut of Justice League was released. Despite that, though, the actor says he wouldn’t turn down the chance to reprise his role as Cyborg. RELATED: Ray Fisher Addresses Cyborg’s Removal From The Flash Movie During a recent panel at MEGACON Orlando over the weekend, Fisher was asked by the No Load Time podcast what, if anything, it would take for him to ever reprise his role as Cyborg in th...
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‘What If…?’ Episode 2 Teaser Shows Off Chadwick Boseman’s Final Performance

By now you’ve heard the big news — the already sprawling Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding to even greater territory by exploring the multiverse. We spent the first phase of the MCU meeting heroes across the Earth…and one God, from the distant planetary collection of Asgard. But even with Thor in the mix, the MCU started off pretty simply. Then, The Guardians of the Galaxy brought us into space, and Captain Marvel took us deeper. But this year, the Disney+ series Loki introduced something ...
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‘Behind the Monsters’ Series Will Dig Into the History of Horror’s Biggest Icons

As AMC’s genre-centric streaming service, Shudder is already packed full of horror, blood, and monstrosities. But soon, the spine-tingling streamer’s library will be joined by some of horror’s biggest icons in a new documentary series called Behind the Monsters. Deadline has learned that Shudder ordered six episodes of the docuseries that will focus on some of the most well-known killers from horror history: Michael Myers, Jason Vorhees, Freddy Krueger, Chucky, Pinhead, and Candyman. Each epi...
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Official Trailer for 'Boris Karloff: The Man Behind The Monster' Doc

"He was Uncle Boris." Shout Factory has revealed an official trailer for Boris Karloff: The Man Behind The Monster, a documentary about the horror icon - actor Boris Karloff. He passed away back in 1969, but has left a remarkable legacy that still lives on today. Karloff is best known for his role as "The Monster" in the classic horror films Frankenstein (1931), Bride of Frankenstein (1935), and also Son of Frankenstein (1939). This documentary examines his extraordinary 60-year career in th...
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Sterling K. Brown and Randall Park Will Star in a Buddy Action Movie for Amazon

Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us) and Randall Park (Fresh Off the Boat) have signed on to play former childhood pals who are at each other’s throats as adults in a new action comedy from Amazon Studios. The film does not have a title yet, but writer Alex Tse (Wu-Tang: An American Saga, Zack Snyder’s Watchmen) is hard at work on the screenplay. Read on for details about the upcoming movie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sterling K. Brown and Randall Park are teaming up for this untitled ac...
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A Deepfake Bruce Willis is Now Starring in Russian Phone Commercials

Bruce Willis can be a very good actor when he tries. Unfortunately, he hasn’t really tried in a long time. When was the last genuinely good Willis performance, where he was clearly engaged with the material and not just cashing a paycheck? Looper, perhaps? A movie that’s almost 10 years old? Or perhaps Moonrise Kingdom, which is also almost a decade old. Now, it looks like Willis’ laziness has transcended film into commercials, with the actor agreeing to let Russian company MegaFon use a deepfa...
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Jeremy Garelick to Direct Murder Mystery Sequel Starring Adam Sandler & Jennifer Aniston

Jeremy Garelick has been tapped to direct a sequel to the Netflix film Murder Mystery, according to a recent report from Deadline. RELATED: Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy & Other Pro Golfers Try Happy Gilmore’s Iconic Swing According to the report, the move comes with the expectation that both Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler will reprise their roles in the sequel. A script by James Vanderbilt is already in place, with Garelick set to revise the script as needed. The outlet also reports that the fil...
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4 apartment problem areas landlords should keep an eye on

RentCheck co-founder Lydia Winkler suggested that property managers be proactive about maintenance to keep tenants happy with a fully returned deposit and avoid headaches in between leases.
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Eminem to Portray White Boy Rick in 50 Cent’s Starz Drama BMF

Eminem has officially joined the cast of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s upcoming Star drama BMF, according to a recent report from Deadline. RELATED: Starz Sets John Wick Prequel The Continental as Three-Night Event Series The drama will see Eminem — real name Marshall Mathers — guest-starring as White Boy Rick, a.k.a. Richard Wershe Jr., the real-life infamous Detroit resident who later became an undercover FBI informant during his teenage years. Wershe would eventually be sentenced to life in pris...
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The Great Chinese Art Heist: Jimmy O. Yang & Jon M. Chu Developing WB Adaptation

Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians, In the Heights) is set to direct The Great Chinese Art Heist for Warner Bros., with Jimmy O. Yang (Silicon Valley, Easter Sunday) and his Crab Club production company partners, Emmy winner Jessica Gao (Rick & Morty, She-Hulk) and Ken Cheng (Wilfred, Sin City Saints) attached to write the movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Leads Steve Caple Jr.’s Dystopian Pic By All The Great Chinese Art Heist will be adapted from Alex Palmer...
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Snake Eyes Giveaway – Three Digital Copies of G.I. Joe Origin Story

ComingSoon has three digital copies of Snake Eyes: G.I. Joes Origins to give out to readers. The action flick is out today digitally and will be arriving on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD on October 19 courtesy of Paramount Home Entertainment. RELATED: Interview: David Oyelowo Wants More Family Films With Heavy Themes “Discover the origins of the iconic G.I. Joe hero, Snake Eyes (Henry Golding), in this action-packed, edge-of-your-seat adventure,” says the official synopsis. “Welcomed into an anc...
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Court Order Preventing RomUniverse From Reopening

Nintendo is infamous when it comes to using courts to stamp out anything with their name attached to it, from fan games to mods, and this is particularly true when it comes to sites that host emulated versions of their games as in a recent ruling, Matthew Storman of RomUniverse was ordered to keep his […]
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