Defenders v2 #1 - 1st issue (key)

Defenders v2 #1 Defenders v2 #1, 1972 - Following three issues in Marvel Feature, this unlikely team begins their own self-titled series. Hulk discovers a fallen Sub-mariner and summons Doctor Strange for help. Together they must prevent Namor from becoming a demonic sacrifice. Interestingly, a hint at the story's end suggests the next addition to this group of misfits. This Steve Englehart story [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Mushoku Tensei’s Second Season Promising Another Thrill Ride

Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu‘s second season has been shown off early through a PV as scorching redhead Eris steals the spotlight from the boring protagonist, the woman putting her physical ability on display as a flat new character also makes an appearance, who might be able to compete with the loved Eris in […]
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Review: The Meaning of Hitler

— by WILLIAM STERR — This documentary explores the myth of Hitler and the rise of the Nazi Party through commentaries by various historians and visits to some of the notorious locations where Hitler and his henchmen met, celebrated the dominance of the Nazi party, and carried out their atrocities against 20 million human beings, […]
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Sept 29: Black Panther YA writer Ronald Smith in conversation with Preeti Chhibber

Ronald Smith in conversation with Preeti Chhibber BLACK PANTHER SPELLBOUND, the second book in the hit Young Prince series from Ronald L. Smith releases in September, and we are so excited to welcome him to our online platforms to talk about it with author, super fan and podcast host Preeti Chhibber! --> This event is free, but please ...
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Catching up with SPX 2021 - Guests and Ignatz Awards

Small Press Expo Announces Tillie Walden, Shira Spector, Hartley Lin, Simon Hanselmann and Keiler Roberts as Special Guests for SPX 2021   Bethesda, Maryland - August 19, 2021   Media Release - Small Press Expo is proud to announce the first group of Special Guests for SPX 2021. The virtual festival takes place on Saturday September 18 with live and pre-recorded programming about the amazing world of independent and small press comics, as well as a livestream ...
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New Trailer for James Wan’s MALIGNANT

Wan's latest horror is in UK/ROI cinemas in September. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Final US Trailer Released for NO TIME TO DIE

Another trailer has emerged for the latest Bond adventure. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Halo TV Series Set To Premiere On Paramount Plus In 2022

"Halo" may bear the name of a ring of light around an angel's head, but as a would-be screen property, it's been stuck in development hell for years. Now, fans of the Xbox video game series who have been hoping to see "Halo" adapted are drawing closer to the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. ViacomCBS Streaming has again verified that a TV series based on the game will premiere on Paramount+ in 2022. We also have a better idea now of why "Halo" made the move from Showtime to Paramount+....
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Wednesday, September 1 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 1, 2021: Filming in New York Movie: Luckiest Girl Alive Location: Hudson St. and Beach St., New York  Credit: @its_madisons, @sacredhands Movie: Past Lives Location: Metropolitan Ave. and Morgan Ave., Brooklyn (until Sept. 4th) Credit: @jonesingfor Movie: Corduroy (code name for “She Said”) Location: Sherwood Drive, between […] The post Wednesday, September 1 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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PlayerUnknown Leaves PUBG, Starts New Studio for Open-World Games

PUBG is an awkward acronym that stands for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, one of the first big battle royale titles. But now, PlayerUnknown himself, Brendan Greene, is leaving and starting his own independent studio. MORE: Mortal Kombat Legends Creators Explain the Fan-Driven Memey Cameo This new studio will be called PlayerUnknown Productions and will be based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Although he is not entirely breaking away from Krafton, developer of PUBG, as the company will have a minorit...
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Please Watch Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam When It Finally Starts Streaming on Funimation

Last year, Funimation brought the iconic original Mobile Suit Gundam to streaming for the first time, giving people the chance to experience what makes the franchise so influential and special in the first place. Now, at long last, they’re also going to get a chance to experience its fascinating follow up.Read more...
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Hatsune Miku’s 14th Anniversary Revered With Love & Art

Hatsune Miku‘s 14th anniversary has arrived, prompting her worshipers all around the globe to celebrate the virtual diva and her influence on both music and Japanese culture, her legacy very much being kept alive through classic and loving traditions such as these. Hatsune Miku’s 2021 anniversary live in Project Sekai: Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku […]
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Yogi's Choice

Everybody wobbles
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The Daily Stream: The Changeling Channels The Terror Of Grief

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Movie: "The Changeling"Where You Can Stream It: ShudderThe Pitch: Composer John Russell (George C. Scott) is left devastated after the death of his young daughter and wife in a tragic roadside accident. Four months later, he uproots what's left of his life in New York and moves to Seattle for a teaching position at the local coll...
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Mark Ruffalo Kind-Of, Sort-Of Teases A Moon Knight Appearance, So Get Speculating

Marvel's upcoming "Moon Knight" series, starring Oscar Isaac and Ethan Hawke, is currently filming in Budapest, and thanks to the wonders of social media, we now have confirmation that another major MCU actor, Mark Ruffalo — the Hulk himself — has been sighted in the same neighborhood. Could the Hulk be making an appearance in "Moon Knight?"Isaac and Ruffalo each posed for a picture with Instagram user Dora Magyari outside the same Budapest hotel, which is being used as one of the main shooting ...
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Together Review – Captivating & Energetic From Start to Finish

Bleecker Street’s latest film is, remarkably, not a prequel to their early 2021 film, Together Together. This movie’s title leaves out the word redundancy, leaving us with Together, a comedy-drama from writer Dennis Kelly and director Stephen Daldry. The film stars James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan as a couple who must reevaluate their relationship as they are forced to quarantine together during the COVID-19 lockdown in a series of stories, monologues, and fourth-wall-breaking. Immediately, the fi...
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Daily Podcast: Mini-Water Cooler: Candyman, New Girl, The Grandmaster, And More

On the August 31, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by senior news editor Jacob Hall 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:Jacob bought a new TV.What we've been Reading:Jacob read The Snakehead by Patrick Radden Keefe.What we've been Watching:Jacob watched Candyman and Are You Afraid of the Dark, and is rewatching New Girl.Ben watched I May Destroy You and The Grandmaster.Wha...
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Bonnaroo just canceled its weekend-long music festival 2 days before it was supposed to begin due to extreme flooding - and people are furious

Josh Brasted/WireImage/Getty Bonnaroo, a popular four-day music festival in Tennessee, has been canceled due to extreme weather. The event was canceled because of flooded campgrounds. Last year, it was canceled due to COVID-19. Some fans are upset since they had started driving, buying supplies, and making other preparations. See more stories on Insider's business page. Bonnaroo has been canceled again this year, and a lot of fans are upset. The popular four-day music festival in Manc...
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Demon Slayer to Air Five Compilation Episodes in Japan Next Month

Funimation announced on Tuesday that five special compilation episodes of Demon Slayer will begin airing in Japan in September, giving fans the chance to catch up on some of the best moments of the show. RELATED: Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Art & Streaming Details Revealed According to the announcement, two of the compilation episodes will be brand new, with three being ones that have already been broadcasted. The episodes will begin airing in Japan this September, and will act as a ...
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Official Trailer for NatGeo's 'Fauci' Documentary Film Made in Secret

"I don't understand the hate that people have." National Geographic has released the trailer for a doc film called Fauci, a profile of the famous infectious disease specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, who was the frontline expert when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in America in early 2020. Crafted around unprecedented access to Dr. Fauci, Fauci is a revealing portrait of the nation's top infectious disease expert and one of our most dedicated public servants. Fauci has led the U.S. fight agains...
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Fantasy Box Office Bombs That Deserve A Second Chance

Fantasy films aren't released every day. The genre is not in as dire straits as, say, westerns or musicals, but fantasy is certainly a bit of an endangered species -- or, at the very least, a genre in decline.Fantasy relies on extensive world-building and frequently dabbles in magic, curses, and alternative histories. Dragons, fantastical creatures, and visual spectacle are mainstays of the genre; technology is usually set aside. Perhaps for these reasons, fantasy films tend either tend to be bl...
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Zillow releases e-book to help kids with stress of moving

The book follows a young girl named Iris, as she goes through a move alongside her parents and friends. Sale proceeds will go to Covenant House, a nonprofit that helps homeless youth.
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Life is Strange TV Adaptation Recruits Singer Shawn Mendes as EP

The Life is Strange TV adaptation has been in some phase of development for a long time. And its newest recruit is not from the gaming world or the film world, but the music one. Singer Shawn Mendes has joined the project as executive producer, according to recent report. TheHollywoodReporter published the news and also stated that Andrew Gertler, his partner at production company Permanent Content, will also join him. Mendes will overlook the music on the television series. He has won multiple ...
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Cuckoo: John Malkovich, Gemma Chan & More Join NEON’s Horror Feature

NEON’s upcoming horror feature Cuckoo has added four cast members to its ensemble with Oscar nominee and Emmy winner John Malkovich (In the Line of Fire, Billions, The New Pope), Gemma Chan (Eternals, Humans, Let Them All Talk), Hunter Schafer (Euphoria), and Sofia Boutella (Atomic Blonde) set to headline the project, according to Deadline. RELATED: Spencer: Princess Diana Drama Starring Kristen Stewart Sets Release Date Details on the film are being kept under wraps. NEON will finance the proje...
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Regulators probe ‘education fraud scheme’ by loan originators

California is leading a multi-state regulatory task force investigating a company suspected of allowing mortgage loan originators to skirt their pre-licensing and continuing education coursework requirements.
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Xbox Exec Begs Gamers Not To Name Their Children 'Game Pass'

By Carly Tennes Published: August 31st, 2021
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What We Do in the Shadows Is Getting a Weekly Aftershow With Harvey Guillén as Host

The world probably doesn’t need any more aftershows, no matter how good the show itself is—and FX’s brilliant supernatural comedy What We Do in the Shadows is one of the very best around. However, we could all do with more Harvey Guillén in our lives, so we’ll be happily tuning in for After the Shadows, hosted by the …Read more...
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Whoa, the William Gibson Alien 3 Novel Is Based on a Different Screenplay

Alien 3 has some issues. Even the movie’s most ardent fans have to admit this, given that it went through countless story, script, director, and editing changes, leaving what many feel is the most muddled of the four classic Alien films. Legendary Neuromancer author William Gibson was one of the (many) writers to give…Read more...
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The 15 Best Debut Films From Directors

A great first film can jumpstart a filmmaker's career and show the world what makes them unique. For example, the conversational dialogue, '70s soundtrack, and nonlinear narrative of Quentin Tarantino's first film "Reservoir Dogs" established tropes that the director still relies on today.Not every great director starts out strong, though. Although he's one of the greatest filmmakers working today, David Fincher's career nearly imploded after his disastrous debut, "Alien 3." Similarly, some dire...
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Here's What To Expect From Upcoming Paramount Shows Guilty Party, The Game, And More

Paramount+ has been running for about six months, and the streaming platform continues to grow. During their TCA presentation today, they touted some of the original content coming to the service. One of the panels focused on "Star Trek: Prodigy," which discussed the upcoming series and also revealed the main title sequence along with first looks at the two main villains, voiced by Jimmi Simpson and John Noble. The actors couldn't reveal much more about their characters, though Simpson described...
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