Salem's Lot Adds Beloved Character Actor Bill Camp, Other People Who Aren't Bill Camp

The cast for Gary Dauberman's latest Stephen King adaptation (he helped write and produce the recent "It" films) has been falling into place quite nicely. This film will be the first big-screen treatment for King's second novel, "'Salem's Lot," which has up to this point only ever been adapted for TV; first as a 1979 mini-series by Tobe Hooper and then in 2004 as a Rob Lowe vehicle on TNT. The story focuses on a writer returning to his quaint little Maine hometown just as vampires move in and st...
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Washington City Paper scans begin life online

The DC public library has just announced it, while also looking for help to index it. For the first issue of February 20, 1981, there are two comics that I'm unfamiliar with - 'On the Corner' and 'G Street' both of which seem homegrown and lasted at least into the Sept issue I looked at. By the time I was reading it in 1983 at GWU, I seem to recall the standard alternative cartoonists of the time being in the back pages. FWIW, these are scanned from microfilm, and are thus ...
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Time Lapse: TODD MCFARLANE Signs 1600+ Copies of KING SPAWN

Time Lapse: TODD MCFARLANE Signs 1600+ Copies of KING SPAWN Johnny Rose and Josh Geppi Aug 25, 2021 PREVIEWSworld https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96Nzchn6V7A On August 12, 2021, fan-favorite creator Todd McFarlane visited the Diamond Comics Distributors office in Timonium, MD to signs over 1600 copies of KING SPAWN #1 for comic shop retailers. Here's a look at Todd's day at...
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Cowboy Bebop Star John Cho Has Never "Taken A Role More Seriously"

John Cho has been appearing in feature films for over twenty years, but his role in Netflix's upcoming "Cowboy Bebop" series presented one of his greatest challenges. Cho plays Spike Spiegel, one of the bounty hunters aboard the spaceship Bebop in this live-action adaptation of the popular anime series.It's an action-heavy role, and, while filming, the 49-year-old Cho tore the ACL ligament in his knee. As it turned out, this impacted the whole cast and crew, leading to a production shutdown whil...
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Challengers of the Unknown #70 - Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams Challengers of the Unknown v1 #70, 1970 - With newly designed uniforms, the members quickly stand out on this Neal Adams cover. The theme of a suggested betrayal is compelling, but the layout seems crammed with too many elements. Adams' draftsmanship is still notable, especially on the details of the team's attire. This issue also includes artwork by Jack Sparling. This 3 of 6  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Top 10 Anime From 2010-2021, According to Japanese Twitter Users

Japanese Twitter users have weighed in on the anime shows they believe to be the greatest, with the stipulation being the chosen show must be no older than 2010, and perhaps revealing that such voters prefer drama and story over moe and cute girls. The ranking: 1. Sword Art Online 2. Re:Zero 3. Oregairu 4. […]
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Excerpt From New Enola Holmes Book

It’s said that success has many parents, while failure is an orphan. It’s also true that success, these days, has many children, as a positive response to, say, a movie leads to more related product. Which is my lead-in to the news that there’s a new Enola Holmes novel, out now. The original six volumes by Nancy Springer were published from 2006-2010, but given the success of the Netflix movie, they’re back, and there’s a new book in the series! [...]
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New to Shudder - A DARK SONG

A grieving mother hires a medium to contact her dead son. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Tuesday, August 31 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for August 31, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Rookie Location: Lindley Pl & 6th St., Los Angeles  Filming in New York TV Series: Billions Location: 68th St. and Park Ave.; 69th St., between 5th Ave. and Madison Ave., New York  Credit: @paris24122 Movie: Corduroy (code name for […] The post Tuesday, August 31 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Kuroinu 2 Anime’s Debauchery Completely Immeasurable

Kuroinu 2 has failed to disappoint when it comes to depravity as the deranged sequel has an army of monsters killing and violating village girls, the brave females hoping to stand against the tyranny possibly shattering records as they are introduced, captured, and raped in the span of a single episode. A horned demon girl […]
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Interview: Alexandra Fehrman Discusses Her Emmy-Nominated Work on The Boys

Amazon’s The Boys is one of the best shows on television and an amazing blend of drama, action, spectacle, and comedy. As we eagerly await Season 3, ComingSoon decided to speak with sound mixer Alexandra Fehrman, who received an Emmy nomination for her work on the show alongside fellow re-recording mixer Rich Weingart and production mixer Thomas Hayek.  Jeff Ames: What drew you to the world of sound mixing? Alexandra Fehrman: I started as a teenager. I was 16 years old and plateauing in my...
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9 tips for settling disaster insurance claims

Whether it's a hurricane, flood, tornado, earthquake or fire, it can take years to resolve a major insurance claim and restore a property. Between the wildfires and hurricanes this week, now’s the perfect time to review how to advise clients who suffer natural disaster loss.
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Old Henry Trailer: Because Of Course You Want To See Tim Blake Nelson Play A Cowboy

Tim Blake Nelson is perhaps most well known for his supporting roles over the years (lookin' at you, "O Brother Where Art Thou"), but that doesn't mean he isn't cut out for leading man status. We don't get it very often and that means it's time to celebrate when these parts do come around. So bring out the party poppers because it's celebration time. Nelson stars as the title character in a tense-looking western called "Old Henry", which follows an average farmer who has a less than average hist...
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The Rocketeer Will Return in a New Disney+ Movie

Fans of Joe Johnston’s 1991 Disney film The Rocketeer have been waiting 30 years for this news: a new, live-action Rocketeer film is officially in the works. It’s called The Return of the Rockeeter and it’s being developed for Disney+.Read more...
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Bob's Burgers Seasons Ranked Worst To Best

"Bob's Burgers" is wonderful. Thoroughly heartfelt, good-natured, and dizzyingly eccentric, it's arguably (almost objectively) the best animated sitcom airing right now. The Belcher clan, made up of father Bob, mother Linda, and children Tina, Gene, and Louise, are one of television's best families. Their dynamics are organic, exceptionally funny, and never cruel (looking at you, "Modern Family"). As conceived by Loren Bouchard of "Home Movies" fame, "Bob's Burgers" is a show that celebrates wei...
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New Rocketeer Movie Coming To Disney, David Oyelowo To Wear The Jetpack

It's been thirty years since "The Rocketeer" first soared into theaters. Now, at long last, Disney is bringing back the high-flying hero, whose retro 1991 film remains one of the best comic book movies of the late 20th century. A new report indicates that the Rocketeer will return in a movie for Disney+, with David Oyelowo producing and possibly starring.According to Deadline, Oyelowo and his wife and producing partner, Jessica Oyelowo, will finance "The Return of the Rocketeer" through their pr...
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John Cho Says He Took His 'Cowboy Bebop' Role 'Deadly Seriously,' Tore His ACL on Set

By Carly Tennes Published: August 30th, 2021
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Finally, Evangelion Blu-rays You Can Actually Buy

The announcement of the Neon Genesis Evangelion: Ultimate Edition Blu-ray set a couple of weeks ago was a bit of a mixed blessing. It was wonderful to finally have Hideaki Anno’s seminal TV series come to HD, and the extras it came loaded with managed to justify its $275 pre-order price tag. But it was also limited to…Read more...
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Realtor.com taps senior VP to head product team

The real estate website has promoted Leslie Jordan to its chief product officer position, where she will oversee product strategy and design.
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The Return of the Rocketeer Film Set for Disney+

Over thirty years since the original took flight, Disney’s The Rocketeer is getting another shot at finding success. Deadline reveals that a new film titled The Return of the Rocketeer is in the works that will stream on Disney+ rather than getting a theatrical release. RELATED: Thirty Years Later The Rocketeer Is Still Underappreciated The film is set to be produced by the husband and wife duo of David and Jessica Oyelowo under their Yoruba Saxon banner with David potentially starring in the fi...
Tags: Movies, Disney, David, Streaming, Pixar, David Oyelowo, Oyelowo, ComingSoon, Movie News, Joe Johnston, The Rocketeer, Jessica Oyelowo, Yoruba Saxon, Disney Plus, Ed Ricourt

Tahoe agents brace for wildfire and possible destruction

The massive Caldor Fire was bearing down on upscale communities around Lake Tahoe Monday, sending agents and their clients fleeing.
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Like Edward, 'Twilight' Never Dies (But It Shows Up In Times Like Ours)

By Carly Tennes Published: August 30th, 2021
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Marvel's 'Shang-Chi' opens September 3 in theaters only, but at-home streaming is expected 45 days later

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Meng'er Zhang, Simu Liu, and Awkwafina in "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings." Marvel Studios "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" will debut exclusively in theaters on September 3. Disney says "Shang-Chi" will be available to stream 45 days later, but the exact date isn't official. You can expect "Shang-Chi" to arrive on Disney Plus or other VOD services in October. Monthly Subs...
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11 Marvel Comics Villains We Really Want To See In The MCU

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is celebrated by fans around the world for its textured, flawed, and riotously entertaining heroes. But what are heroes if not adversaries to the world's greatest threats? The MCU has played host to many bad guys, and although most of them aren't cherished among fans, exceptional heavy-hitters like Thanos and Loki have become stars of a magnitude that no one at the House of Ideas was probably expecting. With the "Infinity Saga" closed and the biggest baddies out of ...
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Why Was Lovecraft Country Canceled? Here's What We Know

The critically-acclaimed first season of HBO's "Lovecraft Country" received numerous awards, including 14 Emmy nominations. The Misha Green-helmed show — which focuses on a Black family in 1950s America who has run-ins with mysterious, supernatural forces — received so many accolades it seemed like a no-brainer that HBO would greenlight a second season.In July 2021, however, HBO announced that it would not move forward with a second season, even though Green and her writing team had pitched an i...
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Daily Podcast: Mini-Water Cooler, Annette, My Man Godfrey, Riders Of Justice, Beastars, And More

On the August 30, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by news editor Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about what they've been up to at the virtual water cooler.Opening Banter:At The Water Cooler:What we've been Doing:What we've been Reading:What we've been Watching:Ben watched Riders of Justice, My Man Godfrey, Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles, and The Package.Hoai-Tran watched Dear Evan Hansen, Annette, Beastars season 2, finished Evil season 1.What we've ...
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Breathless Gossip (Limerick)

“Here’s some gossip I’ve only just heard: Jane’s engaged to a writerly nerd, Who’s a Scrabble fanatic And rather asthmatic. It’s a secret, so don’t breathe a word.”
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Resident Evil Movie Teased, Director Rejected Actors Who “Perfectly Recreated Characters”

A couple screenshots from the Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City movie (not to be confused with the Netflix one allegedly containing a black Albert Wesker) have at last been released, allowing hardcore Resident Evil addicts to ravenously criticize the inevitable disconnect between director and the actual fans who have played the games. This particular […]
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Magnolia Selects September 2021 Schedule: New Film Additions

Magnolia Selects has unveiled its full lineup of titles available to stream starting in September 2021, including the award-winning drama Angels Crest, directed by Gaby Dellal and adapted by Catherine Trieschmann from the novel by Leslie Schwartz. Starring Thomas Dekker, Lynn Collins, Elizabeth McGovern, Joseph Morgan, Jeremy Piven, Mira Sorvino, and Kate Walsh, the movie centers on the disappearance of a 3-year-old boy that divides a tightly knit community and culls out its secrets. The full sc...
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