First Trailer and Poster for THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS

First look at the long-awaited sci-fi sequel. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco gets money from John Oliver

John Oliver is helping museums through the pandemic — by lending them rat erotica [Cartoon Art Museum] Michael Cavna Washington Post September 9 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/09/09/john-oliver-rat-art-paintings-museum/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Day Of The Dead Season 1: Release Date, Cast, And More

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 zombie business is still a-boomin' if SyFy has any say in the matter. Their latest series, dropping mid-October, is an homage to the late, great "Godfather of the Dead," George A. Romero, adopting the title of one of his classic films, "Day of the Dead". The series is neither adaptation nor a retelling of the film...
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There's A Teddy Ruxpin Movie In The Works, Because We Really Do Live In The Weirdest Timeline

The dead are rising, friends. "Space Jam" was recently exhumed by the studio suits at Warner Bros.; our Good Guy friend to the end Chucky got a new re-imagining in 2019 with "Child's Play" (same title as Don Mancini's 1988 original) and a SyFy series to drop in October of 2021; "Masters of the Universe" has a new series and audience at Netflix, and just last year, "Sonic the Hedgehog" picked up a golden ring or two to the tune of over $300 million at the box office. When there is no more room in...
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YouNeek Studios' artist Godwin Akpan interviewed by Troy-Jeffrey Allen

Get Graphic: Godwin Akpan Creates a World of Wonder [ Iyanu: Child of Wonder; YouNeek Studios ] Aug 31, 2021 Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allenhttps://www.previewsworld.com/Article/254344-Get-Graphic-Godwin-Akpan-Creates-a-World-of-Wonder [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Ann Telnaes on cartooning during social media madness

(written by a local student cartoonist too!) 4 top political cartoonists. 1 virtual room. Here's what they had to say about virtual satire in the age of social media. By Alexandra Bowman SPJ News September 8, 2021   https://thespjnews.org/2021/09/08/top-political-cartoonists-social-media/ SPJ President Matthew Hall moderated the panel "Editorial Cartooning in an Age of Cancel Culture and Death Threats" — a conversation between Pulitzer-winning cartoonists Darrin Bell,...
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The Post on family animated movies and superhero franchises

The delta variant may be slowly killing the family movie A staple of the entertainment business is in trouble because of the new coronavirus strain, among other factors Steven Zeitchik Washington Post September 7, 2021 pA18 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/09/05/delta-variant-may-be-slowly-killing-family-movie/ Opinion: The movies want you to believe anything is possible within a franchise. It isn't. Alyssa Rosenberg ...
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Patricia Maginnis, trailblazing abortion rights activist (and amateur editorial cartoonist), dies at 93

Patricia Maginnis, trailblazing abortion rights activist, dies at 93 Harrison Smith Washington Post September 9, 2021 p. B6 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/patricia-maginnis-dead/2021/09/07/cedb7eda-0f18-11ec-882f-2dd15a067dc4_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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No Halloween comics for handing out this year

Diamond Cancels Halloween ComicFest For 2021  September 8, 2021 by Rich Johnston https://bleedingcool.com/comics/diamond-cancels-halloween-comicfest-for-2021/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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2 more Cartoonist Kayfabe with Warren Bernard

The First Comics Were From The Platinum Age! We're Looking at 100+ Yr Old Books With Warren Bernard! Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Warren Bernard, Tom Scioli Sep 3, 2021 Cartoonist Kayfabe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgIt97mQyMA CGC SNUFF FILM: Mad issue 10 (and a bonus history of Lampoon from Warren Bernard). Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Warren Bernard, Sep 4, 2021 ...
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Challengers of the Unknown #81 - Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams Challengers of the Unknown v1 #81, 1977 - Newly revived by DC, this series begins with a largely symmetrical cover by Mike Nasser. His style emulates Neal Adams, who inks the young artist's pencils. Extra modeling and detail are added, but the overall result still falls short of Adams' usual bronze age standards. The issue also includes art by Nasser and Bob Wiacek. This 6 of 6 [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Lucifer Interview: Stars Tom Ellis & Lauren German Talk Final Season

The end is nigh… or at least, the end of Lucifer  is nigh. Before you binge through the final season on September 10 (get the tissues ready, trust me), spend some time with Lucifer  stars Tom Ellis (Lucifer) and Lauren German (Chloe). “This is it, the final season of Lucifer. For real this time,” reads the o fficial (spoiler-free) synopsis. “ The devil himself has become God… almost. Why is he hesitating? And as the world starts to unravel without a God, what will he do in response? Join us as...
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First Trailer and Poster for ENCOUNTER, Starring Riz Ahmed

The sci-fi thriller comes to UK/ROI screens this December. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Netflix Sets up Anime Creators’ Lounge in Tokyo (EXCLUSIVE)

Netflix has launched an anime creators’ lounge in Tokyo that it hopes will add to the professional tools of animation designers and writers. The move was revealed by Sakurai Taiki, Netflix chief producer of anime, in a blog posting on Friday. “When I first watched the hit anime series ‘Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!,’ an […]
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Sekai o Sukuu Tame ni Ajin Manga Has a Strange Lust for Pregnant Women

Sekai o Sukuu Tame ni Ajin (Watashi) to Asa Chun Dekimasu ka? is looking to distribute a rarely covered fetish as the manga’s latest volume has a whole slew of different fantasy world women appearing, with almost all of them spontaneously becoming pregnant and bound to have curious bystanders desperate to know the context. Set […]
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New Trailer and Posters for Amazon Original BIRDS OF PARADISE

The ballet school drama arrives this month. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Christopher Nolan's Next Project Will Tackle J. Robert Oppenheimer And The A-Bomb

Big news, Nolanites: Christopher Nolan is lining up his next film and now we know what it will be about. The director of "Memento" and "The Dark Knight" trilogy is shopping his latest script around Tinseltown, and in a move that should surprise no one, he's looking to movie studios outside his usual sandbox of Warner Bros.Deadline reports that Nolan's next film will focus on "J. Robert Oppenheimer's role in the development of the atom bomb during WWII." There's no title yet that we know of, but ...
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Every J.J. Abrams Film Ranked From Worst To Best

J.J. Abrams has been an influential figure in the entertainment industry since his youth. Inspired by his prominent television producer father, Gerald W. Abrams, the young film buff was mentored by Steven Spielberg, and flexed his creative instincts as screenwriter of '90s hits like "Forever Young," "Regarding Henry," and "Armageddon."In the late '90s and early '00s, Abrams dominated television by creating the highly popular shows "Felicity," "Alias," and "Lost." Combining complex storylines and...
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Fantastic Fest 2021 Announces Final Wave of Programming

Fantastic Fest has announced the final wave of programming for the festival’s 16th edition, featuring the widest selection of “weird and wonderful films” gathered from across the globe to screen in Austin, TX, from September 23-30. “Working on this final wave has been a pure joy for the programming team,” said Fantastic Fest Director of Programming Annick Mahnert. “With films coming from as far as Senegal, Latvia, Iran and Kazakhstan, and topics ranging from teenage assassins, circus freaks, ser...
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Friday, September 10 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 10, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: SEAL Team Location: Frank Ct, 4th St – 5th St.; 218 W 5th St., Los Angeles (until Sept. 11th) Project: Masha’s Game Location: 2500 Signal St.; 1046 S Seaside Ave., San Pedro TV Series: 9-1-1 Location: 2347 Kerwood Ave., Los […] The post Friday, September 10 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Witness says R. Kelly kept her locked up, assaulted her

By Tom Hays | Associated Press NEW YORK — She was an unsuspecting radio station intern in 2003 when she pursued what she thought would be a career-making interview with a R&B superstar — R. Kelly. Instead, she had a horrific experience while locked in a darkened room for days, she’s now testified years later in lurid detail. She said she still lives with a strong belief she was drugged and violated by Kelly while she was unconscious. “I was sexually assaulted,” the woman told jurors on Thursday ...
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10 smart closing gift ideas that clients will never forget

Jimmy Burgess rounded up his top 10 closing gifts that are working for agents right now (No. 10 is straight from his playbook). They’re highly personalized, memorable, shareable and relationship-cementing.
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Interview: Kate Director Cedric Nicolas-Troyan Talks Woody Harrelson, Anime’s Influence

Netflix’s highly anticipated action film Kate is out September 10. Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead in the titular role, the film also features Woody Harrelson, Miku Patricia Martineau, and Miyavi. The film is directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, who ComingSoon was able to chat with ahead of the film’s release. “Meticulous and preternaturally skilled, Kate is the perfect specimen of a finely tuned assassin at the height of her game,” says the official synopsis of Kate. “But when she uncharacterist...
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From Instagram to HGTV: ‘Cheap Old Houses’ stars on finding fame

Episodes of the new show 'Cheap Old Houses', which follows the creators of the hit Instagram account around the country, have been dropping on HGTV every Monday.
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Darling in the Franxx Zero Two Bunny Girl Figure Supple & Curvy

The intriguingly naughty Zero Two of sexually repressed mecha anime Darling in the Franxx is up to her usual mischief as she has tried on a bunny suit for this figurine, bound to have potent males eager to try and get her out of it when she becomes available in February. Photos of the pretty […]
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Picard Season 2 Trailer Breakdown: Boldly Going Into The Nightmarish 21st Century

Star Trek Day 2021 brought a new trailer for season 2 of "Star Trek: Picard," which is flying across space right now, on its way to you via Paramount+ in February 2022. The trailer gives us our first official glimpse at Annie Wersching's Borg Queen and a whole lot more.Is there a time travel plot this season? Does Q snap his fingers? Yes on both counts. Let's proceed through the new "Picard" season 2 trailer in a calm and orderly fashion. A Man Who Chose The Stars The trailer begins with a voice...
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The Legendary Cannibal Holocaust Controversy Explained

The 1980 Italian cannibal exploitation movie "Cannibal Holocaust" has become the stuff of legend. It's a gruesome fake documentary that features some very real on-screen animal death and very convincing human kills. It was so convincing, in fact, that director Ruggero Deodato was arrested and charged with murder.  Found Footage And Grindhouse Gore When "Cannibal Holocaust" came out in 1980, found footage horror wasn't really a thing yet. Cannibal films, a subgenre under the exploitation umbrella...
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Every Cameron Crowe Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Cameron Crowe makes earnest movies. It's his biggest strength and his biggest weakness. Crowe works best when his obsessions align -- when there's the right music, when the romance overwhelms, and when his characters are thoroughly sketched. His films allow for moments of great sentimentality; when Crowe pulls it off, he makes you wonder how he stripped you of your vulnerabilities with a heartfelt speech or the perfect needle drop. When he doesn't, it creates an effect similar to that of watchin...
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