New Foundation Image Shows Off Lee Pace As A Godlike Clone Emperor

"Foundation," the Apple TV+ adaptation of Isaac Asimov's influential science fiction book series, is less than a week away. The show premieres on September 24, 2021, and it promises to deliver an escapist narrative set in the far future, which could also be germane to the plight of Earth's residents in the here and now.Jared Harris stars as a scientist who is an expert in "psycho-history," able to predict humankind's fate in numbers. He sees that it is "staring down the barrel of a crisis" and w...
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Trung Le Nguyen and Roxane Gay: National Book Festival 2021

Trung Le Nguyen: National Book Festival 2021 Sean Basran and Lexi Montoya, https://www.loc.gov/events/2021-national-book-festival/schedule/video-on-demand/item/webcast-9962/ https://tile.loc.gov/stor...
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Doctor Solar Man of the Atom #1 - 1st appearance

Doctor Solar Man of the Atom #1 Doctor Solar Man of the Atom v1 #1, 1962 - Due to sabotage at an experimental atomic facility, a nuclear scientist is exposed to vast amounts of radiation. He not only survives but gains new radioactive powers. Interestingly, this origin and first appearance of Dr. Solar does not show him adopting a superhero persona and costume. This Paul S. Newman story was [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Operating notes: DX ragchew, new ham’s first contact, bands heating up

DX ragchew A couple of days ago, I had a rare experience—a ragchew with a DX station. Wolf not only told me about his station, but a little bit about his town and the area he lives  in. As you can see from the photo at right, it’s quite a lovely place. How can you tell if a DX station might be up for more than just a quickie, canned QSO? Look them up on QRZ.Com. If they have a lot of information—written in English as Wolf has—then there’s a chance that they might be interested in a ragchew. N...
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Chizuru-chan Kaihatsu Nikki’s Perversions Venture Outside the School

Chizuru-chan Kaihatsu Nikki’s depravity can’t be contained by its school setting any longer as the third episode showcases the sex scenes escaping to the outside, a perhaps predictable turn of events and sure to be deemed a nice change of pace as the heroine continues to suffer. Though she remains the only female to be […]
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New Hawkeye Image Shows Off Clint And Kate And Bows And Arrows

"Hawkeye," the next live-action streaming series from Marvel Studios, is coming your way on November 24. It's one of those Disney+ shows you should keep on your radar. Jeremy Renner's archer extraordinaire, Clint Barton, AKA Hawkeye, is the only founding Avenger who hasn't had a shot at his own solo adventure yet. Even here, he's not exactly alone, since he has fan-favorite character, Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), accompanying him.She's making her official debut now in the Marvel Cinematic Uni...
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Dollface Season 2: Is It Still Happening?

(Welcome to Will There Be Another Season?, a series where we answer that question and explore what comes next.)"Dollface" debuted on Hulu in late 2019. With Kat Dennings ("2 Broke Girls") in the lead role, it was met with solid reviews and was quickly renewed by the streaming service. And yet, here we are, nearly two years later, and no second season has been released. What gives? Dennings fans need something to watch with "WandaVision" in the rearview mirror. Well, the good news is that "Dollfa...
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Russell Crowe's 13 Best Movies Ranked

Russell Crowe has a versatility that is rare among actors in the later stages of their careers. While the Australian first established himself as a leading man, he has comfortably stepped into supporting roles over the past few years. He recently made the transition to the small screen as Fox News mastermind Roger Ailes in Showtime's "The Loudest Voice," and made his directorial debut with the World War I epic "The Water Diviner." While his outlandish performance in 2020's road rage thriller "Un...
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Netflix's Cowboy Bebop Looks To Firmly Establish John Cho As A Sci-Fi Fashion Icon

Excuse me, John Cho. Who gave you the right to look this unbelievably hot and cool? Netflix had been dropping little glimpses of the highly-anticipated live-action series of the ultra-influential anime "Cowboy Bebop" throughout the summer, but today Entertainment Weekly debuted an official first look at John Cho looking effortlessly suave as the ultra iconic Spike Spiegel.This man has ended up on People Magazine's "Sexiest Men Alive" lists multiple times for a reason. Netflix When fans first...
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Upcoming Mark Wahlberg Movies To Keep On Your Radar

(Welcome to On Your Radar, a series where we take a look at what's next for the biggest actors and filmmakers, and why you should be excited ... or not.)Mark Wahlberg goes by many names: Marky Mark, Some Guy Whose Family Sells Hamburgers, and the ever-popular "If I Was On That Plane With My Kids, It Wouldn't Have Went Down Like It Did." When he's not trying to keep Wahlburgers in business or walking back (Wahl-king back?) tragically misguided 9/11 comments, he also happens to do some acting on t...
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Sci-Fi Box Office Bombs That Deserve A Second Chance

As we emerge from the other side of the pandemic, a bunch of big budget science-fiction franchises are about to return to the big screen: Denis Villeneuve's adaption of "Dune," Lana Wachowski's "Matrix 4," James Cameron's "Avatar 2: The Klumps," and Patty Jenkins' contribution to the eternal Star Wars juggernaut, "Rogue Squadron."But a big license and major studio backing is no guarantee of success. "Solo" famously underperformed, as did David Lynch's "Dune" long before it. However, box office r...
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Review: Civil War (or Who Do We Think We Are)

— by WILLIAM STERR — “Why do we want to believe one version (of a story) and not another? Maybe because it makes us feel safe at night.” So begins this exploration of how we view the most catastrophic and perhaps most formative event in the nation’s history, after its foundation. How is that story […]
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The 98 best movies on Hulu right now

From award-winning dramas to the latest hits, Hulu has an awesome collection of movies. We've put together the best films currently available on the streamer.
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Dexter: New Blood Image Reveals A Meeting Between Characters That Should Not Be Happening

"Dexter: New Blood" is a revival and continuation of Showtime's "Dexter" series, which ended eight years ago with a finale that left many viewers disappointed. Michael C. Hall steps back into the role of Dexter, the one-time blood spatter analyst and serial killer who preys on other serial killers. He's now in upstate New York instead of Florida (or Oregon, where we last saw him), and he's surrounded by a new cast of characters. But there might be one or two old familiar faces who show up as wel...
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14 Shows Like Riverdale You Can Binge Watch Right Now

Few shows compare to "Riverdale." It's a young adult series, but it's nothing like "Gossip Girl." It flirts with the supernatural, but it's nothing like 'The Vampire Diaries." That's the beauty of the CW series: What started as a sexy Archie Comics reboot has become so much more. "Riverdale" is a fruit salad of genre; it is a mystery, a dark comedy, a soap opera, a musical, and a social satire all at once.As a result, no matter what you like best about "Riverdale," there's bound to be another sh...
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Daily Podcast: Star Wars, Cobra Kai, Roger Rabbit And Flight Of The Navigator

On the September 17, 2021, episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by senior writer and weekend editor Brad Oman to talk about the latest film and tv news, including Star Wars, Cobra Kai, Roger Rabbit, and Flight of the Navigator.In The News:Peter (og Jeremy): Yes, There Could Be A Cobra Kai Extended Universe NowPeter (og Jeremy): Flight Of The Navigator Remake Will Be Directed By Bryce Dallas HowardBrad (og BJ): LG Introduces 325-Inch Television That Costs $1.7...
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11 Things You Didn't Know About DC's Beast Boy

If you were a kid anytime from 2003 forward, you likely grew up with green-skinned shapeshifter Garfield Mark "Gar" Logan, who first joined the New Teen Titans under the alias Changeling but who's better known, especially to 21st-century TV audiences, as Beast Boy.DC introduced a shapeshifter named Beast Boy in September 1964's "Adventure Comics" #324. That incarnation was as an alien from the planet Lallor who turned villain, then hero, before being killed off in "Adventure Comics" #339. About ...
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Lost Boys Remake In The Works With It And Quiet Place Stars

One thing about Hollywood I could never stomach: all the damn remakes. Okay, so that's not totally true, but it was too good of an opportunity to rephrase that great line from "The Lost Boys" in a story about a pending remake of that very movie.Truth is that there's a surprisingly solid trend of strong genre remakes. "The Blob," "The Fly," and John Carpenter's "The Thing" were all remakes that eclipsed the originals, and we even got a damn good remake of another solid '80s vampire flick a while ...
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Ranking John Carpenter's 10 Best Film Scores

A John Carpenter movie is as recognizable as an AC/DC track. There's a griminess to the cinematography, a cheap but immersive realness to the sets. Faces repeat: Kurt Russell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasance, and the rubbery visage of William Shatner. And then there's the music. Like Angus Young on guitar, we always know what a John Carpenter movie sounds like. There's a synthesizer at the heart of the score, sometimes flanked by Fender guitars and heavy percussion. Most of his compositions h...
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Playism Kowtow to China by Banning China-Despised VTuber Kiryu Coco’s Successor

Playism, a Japanese indie game publisher that has also published certain Touhou titles, revealed they care more about China and its money than innocent people as they announced on their Chinese social media page that they are removing one of the hosts from their upcoming event due to her being the successor of the China-despised […]
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Sion Sono Views Prisoners of the Ghostland as a Fresh Start

Acclaimed Japanese director Sion Sono makes his English language debut with the release of Prisoners of the Ghostland. Starring Nicolas Cage, Bill Moseley, and Sofia Boutella, the film takes inspiration from Westerns and follows Cage’s Hero as he attempts to rescue the granddaughter (Boutella) of the mysterious Governor (played by Moseley). The opening portions of the film see Cage strapped into a suit that includes testicle grenades that activate if he gets “overly excited” and it only gets wil...
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The Case Study of Vanitas Part 2 Gets Release Window

The official Twitter account for The Case Study of Vanitas has announced that Part 2 of the anime is coming in the winter 2022 anime season. The Case Study of Vanitas is based on the manga by Jun Mochizuki, the creator of Pandora Hearts. The anime adaption is being handled by Studio Bones, best known for My Hero Academia, with Tomoyuki Itamura (Nisemonogatari) handling directing. Rie Kugimiya, the voice of Happy in Fairy Tail, will be joining the second half of the season as a new chara...
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DiC’s Sailor Moon Theme Song & Cues Truly Nostalgic

Many Westerners were likely first introduced to English dubs, and perhaps anime in general, through the nostalgic DiC dub of Sailor Moon, and now it has been learned that an early soundtrack for the English version of the series (which is completely different from the Japanese version) was released online. While the DiC dub was […]
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Russia Wins The Movie Space Race, Will Make First Film Shot Off-Planet

What if the Russians had beaten the United States to landing a man on the moon during the space race and forever changed the course of the Cold War? Would all of America have opted to become moon landing truthers, just to stick it to the dreaded Russians? Would a future President have launched a nuclear strike on the moon in the ultimate, "Well I can't have it, neither can you!" hissy fit? Will Marvel ever adapt this exact scenario in one of their "What If...?" episodes? Okay, this news maybe is...
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Banshee Knows What's Up, Casts Antonio Banderas In An Action Movie Again

"Banshee," a new action movie from director Jon Keeyes that follows the travails of a freelance assassin, has landed its main cast. Antonio Banderas is now on board the thriller, along with Tommy Flanagan and Jaime King.According to Variety, the film focuses on a freelance assassin who uses the codename Banshee (hence, the name of the film). She's ambushed by a not-so-good mercenary named Anthony Greene, who killed her father. It turns out that Greene is now tracking down her former black ops me...
Tags: Movies, News, John Malkovich, Tommy Flanagan, Antonio Banderas, Indiana Jones, Jaime King, Greene, Caleb, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Banshee, Banderas, Matthew Rogers, Jordan Yale Levine, Jon Keeyes, Anthony Greene

'Cry Macho,' the latest film from Clint Eastwood, is now available to stream on HBO Max while it's in theaters

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Clint Eastwood in "Cry Macho." Warner Bros. You can now watch Clint Eastwood's "Cry Macho" in theaters and on HBO Max. To watch the movie at home, you need an ad-free HBO Max subscription ($15/month). "Cry Macho" will remain on HBO Max through October 17. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Max Monthly Plan (ad-free) (small) Clint Eastwood is back with a new western that you can watch at home and i...
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The Real Word: How flippers are combating low inventory

In this edition of The Real Word, Bryon Lazine and Nicole White discuss flipping in a low-inventory market, how nearly half of renters think they’ll never be able to afford a home, and real estate agents on TikTok.
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Around The World In 80 Days Trailer: David Tennant Travels Neither Time Nor Space In A Hot Air Balloon

David Tennant bid farewell to his TARDIS way back in 2010, but that doesn't mean he still can't travel in style! His upcoming miniseries sees the British star sizing down his travel plans to just one single planet in a brisk 80 days. It seems pretty do-able for someone who once explored the galaxy, but in the first trailer for "Around The World in 80 Days," Tennant is really struggling.Check out the first trailer for "Around The World in 80 Days" below. Around The World In 80 Days Trailer A ho...
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Netflix's Trailer For Seinfeld Is Making Us Thirsty!

Get OUT! The iconic '90s American sitcom "Seinfeld" is making its 180-episode debut on Netflix this October. We've all got a friend or two who, for some reason, missed a cultural touchstone growing up. Me? Despite growing up in the '90s, I've never watched a single episode of "Friends." I know a few folks who came up in the same era, with the same access to television, who have never caught the goings-on of Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer. If you or any of the homies have this blind spot, Netf...
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Paranormal Activity: Next Of Kin: 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.)After a six year break, the "Paranormal Activity" film series is (nearly) back to scare the Toby out of you once again. Here's everything you need to know about "Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin," including where you can watch it, who is in it, and more. Paranormal Activity: Next Of Kin Release Date And Where You Can Watch It Goi...
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