First Trailer and Poster for Paul Thomas Anderson’s LICORICE PIZZA

First look at PTA's 1970s set drama. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife Images Show Off Everyone's Favorite, MUNCHER

The trailer for "Ghostbusters: Afterlife," which hits theaters in November, shows kids in the Ectomobile, deploying a gunner's seat while chasing a new ghost named Muncher across a small Oklahoma town. If you want to get a better look at Muncher, you won't have to chase him all that far. Sony Pictures has released a couple of new promo images for the movie, one of which features the blue, Slimer-like specter in all his fire-hydrant-guzzling glory.Our first look at Muncher came back in January in...
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Real Estate Data Services and Image Analysis

[Note from editor: The “Mastermind Showcase” highlights companies and news from members of the GEM. Today’s showcase: RealStaq.]   RealStaq provides the systems and data building blocks required to develop and sustain scalable home shopping, renovating, and mortgage financing experiences. It licenses APIs that enable standardized compliant display of MLS data nationwide with 100% cross-referencing to all tax recorder, assessor and dozens of other relevant data sets. With decades of experience ...
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Inman announces first round of exhibitors and digital demo session sponsors for ICLV21

Tallahassee, Fla. (Sept. 30, 2021) - Inman Group® announced 44 exhibitors and digital demo session sponsors for Inman Connect Las Vegas, Oct. 26-28, 2021.
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Golden Comics Digest #31 - key reprint

Golden Comics Digest #31Golden Comics Digest v1 #31, 1973 - Usually compiling stories from their funny animal books, this is the only digest in the series that showcases Turok Son of Stone. His earliest adventures are reprinted for the first time, including his first appearance from Four Color Comics v2 #596. This bronze age comic includes art by Rex Maxon.- - - - - - - - - -Home / Keys / Golden [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Kimetsu no Yaiba Second Season Looking Dangerous & Exhilarating

Kimetsu no Yaiba has unveiled the air date of its next season on top of showcasing more scenes from it for fans to digest and pick apart, with there looking to be just as much action as the movie and last season and sure to have some wondering if the franchise can maintain its ravenous […]
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The Daily Stream: Midnight Mass Grapples With Big Questions Under The Guise Of Religious Horror

(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 Series: "Midnight Mass"Where You Can Stream It: NetflixThe Pitch: Riley Flynn (Zach Gilford) comes back home to Crockett Island, population 127, after a four-year stint in jail for drunk driving. He's lost his faith, but his family is still deeply religious, and his return is accompanied by the arrival of a new priest at the loca...
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Other Ryan Reynolds Movies You Should Watch After Free Guy

2021 is the year of deja vu. It has conquered our airwaves; it has twisted our headlines; and it has massively entrenched itself in multiplexes, where last year's movies are current entertainment. A relief? Sure. Numbing? That too. It's hard to shake the sense that we've already seen everything that theaters have to offer, given that we got our first glimpses of "Black Widow" and "F9" more than a year a half ago. So, in this strange season, what does it take to renew a moviegoer's excitement? Ho...
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14 Shows Like Rick And Morty That Are Worth Your Time

From its first episode, "Rick and Morty" dared to push the science fiction genre beyond the final frontier and the bounds of so-called good taste. In this untamed universe, anarchic anti-heroes explore a wackier side of science fiction and a darker side of comedy. Created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, the Adult Swim gem dazzled fans and critics alike by unfurling a cavalcade of eye-popping escapades, rich in meta commentary and centered around its outrageous grandfather-and-grandson team. Wi...
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Tuesday, September 28 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 28, 2021: Filming in California Project: Wild Chickens  Location: 743 S Lucerne Blvd, Los Angeles (until Sept. 29th) TV Series: Super Pumped  Location: 777 Chick Hearn Ct., Los Angeles TV Series: Tarzana Location: 1350 Palmetto St., Los Angeles Filming in Illinois Movie: Hyde Park Location: 5200 […] The post Tuesday, September 28 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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The Doctor Is In

No Faye
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Star Wars: Andor Has Wrapped And Diego Luna Is Giddy

Diego Luna is out promoting his Amazon series, "Pan y Circo," and in the process of doing so, he happened to let slip that another little show called "Star Wars: Andor" has finished filming. In "Andor," Luna reprises his role as Rebel spy Cassian Andor from "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story." The series is a prequel to "Rogue One" and it has twelve episodes in the bag for next year when it hits Disney+."Pan y Circo" is a show, similar to Jon Favreau's "Dinner for Five" on IFC, in which Luna and vari...
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Venom: Let There Be Carnage Vignette Introduces Audiences To Naomi Harris' Shriek

The "Venom" news just won't stop. After confirming that the film's universe will be expanding with "Venom: Let There Be Carnage," and hearing director Andy Serkis describe the sequel as a "love story – but not the love story you might think," we've been gifted with a sweet new slice of the "Venom" news pie. This time, it's a sneak peek at one of the new characters to make her film debut in the "Venom" universe: the aptly named Shriek (you'll see why in a second). Played by the always lovely Naom...
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Licorice Pizza Trailer Breakdown: Meet Your LA Summer Mood Board

Paul Thomas Anderson has blessed us with another fun LA romp which will undoubtedly slide its way onto everyone's Summer 2023 mood board. Not to get into it before we get into it, but mark my words, you're going to find so many "You've come a long way, baby" DIY t-shirts on Depop. Anyway, the adorably named "Licorice Pizza" stars Cooper Hoffman (son of Phillip Seymour!) as Gary Valentine and Alana Haim (sister of the other two Haim sisters!) as Alana Kane as they grow up, find love, and f*ck aro...
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Kareshi ga Iru no ni Ero-Manga Rife With Unfaithfulness

Kareshi ga Iru no ni’s sexually active girlfriends cannot contain their natural desires as the latest fourth volume is overflowing with many different women cheating on their lovers, the whole premise of the series and sure to be a profitable endeavor for the artist as the series could continue indefinitely. All types of women can […]
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The 15 Best Japanese Horror Movies Of All Time

Japanese horror (or "J-horror") films are their own kind of scary. Whether they're about serial killers or angry ghosts, these films create a different type of fear, one steeped in existential dread about what it means to exist and the loneliness that is inherent to the human condition. It's a special brand of nihilism that's often accompanied by the absurd, creating horror that points at the absurdity of life itself. This tone is what makes these films so hard to adapt to a Western perspective....
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How Star Wars: Visions Fulfills The Promise Of A Decade-Old Art Project Curated By George Lucas Himself

Unbeknownst to some viewers, "Star Wars: Visions," the new anime anthology streaming on Disney+, shares its title with both a museum exhibition, which toured Japan from 2015 to 2017, and a coffee table book, published back in 2010. The book is out of print now but you can still find copies from Amazon sellers. It featured illustrations by over a hundred artists, including legendary cartoonists, painters, designers, concept artists, and comic book artists like Moebius, Boris Vallejo, H.R. Giger, ...
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Official Trailer for Music History Documentary 'The Beatles and India'

"They are one of us." Silva Screen Records has released an official trailer for a UK documentary titled The Beatles and India, made by filmmakers Ajoy Bose & Peter Compton. This already premiered in the UK Asian Film Festival earlier this year, and is opening soon on VOD in the UK; with no US release details yet. In February of 1968, The Beatles went to India to take part in Transcendental Meditation training at the ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. This is "the first serious exploration of h...
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The 10 Goriest Horror Movies Ever Made

Gore is not for everyone, not even all horror aficionados. For many viewers, a few severed limbs and disembowelment go a long way. Outside of the horror community, "gore" is almost a pejorative -- to some people, horror movies are splatter flicks, full stop. That isn't true, of course. Horror is diverse and haunting and enduring, and though there is some merit to the argument that gore can compensate for failures elsewhere, it's also an artform in and of itself. For filmmakers like Tom Savini, G...
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Every Peter Jackson Film Ranked From Worst To Best

Peter Jackson is a filmmaker whose career seems to align with James Cameron's. I know, I know. Let me explain. Both directors revealed an early interest in special effects by making terrific little genre films that still hold up decades later. Both went on to deliver some modern classics, then saw their later years lost to big-budget fantasy and sci-fi franchises that few people seem to be excited about. Cameron hasn't directed a feature film since 2009. Jackson hasn't helmed a non-Hobbit featur...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Fbi, Fox, Cameron, Andy Serkis, New Zealand, Mpaa, Kate Winslet, Vietnam, Smaug, Jackson, Elijah Wood, James Cameron, Sam, Bilbo

Netflix shared its top 10 TV shows based on total watch time in their first months, including 'Bridgerton' and 'Stranger Things'

"Stranger Things" season three. Netflix Netflix revealed its top 10 shows based on hours viewed in their first 28 days. This is a different measurement than what Netflix usually reveals about its biggest shows. "Bridgerton" was No. 1 but Netflix teased that a new show was on pace to unseat it. See more stories on Insider's business page. On Monday, Netflix revealed its top 10 original TV shows of all time based on viewing hours, a different measurement than what it typically shows the...
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Groundfloor’s new app Stairs lets real estate investors get in for $1

Investors can earn an annualized return of 4-6 percent on investments into a secure pool of funds using the Stairs app, 600 times more than the average savings account a traditional bank.
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Appraisal licensing controversy engulfs South Dakota governor

Gov. Kristi Noem has been accused of committing an "abuse of power" while her daughter was trying to become a licensed appraiser.
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Lesson Learned: Don’t underestimate a ‘small’ deal

Real estate agents across the nation share stories of the lessons they’ve learned during their time in the industry. This week: Find out how former pilot Matt Dolan learned that when it comes to real estate, every deal has its own potential.
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The Boys Spin-Off Series Ordered by Amazon, New Showrunners Set

Amazon has officially ordered the untitled The Boys spin-off series, but Craig Rosenberg is no longer set to executive produce and act as showrunner. Rosenberg left the project over “creative differences” with Amazon and Sony Pictures TV. In his place are Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters, who previously worked together on Agent Carter. The first casting details were also revealed as Jaz Sinclair, Lizze Broadway, Shane Paul McGhie, Aimee Carrero, Reina Hardesty, and Maddie Phillips will play youn...
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Berkshire Hathaway franchise network adds Tennessee brokerage

Tennessee's Lakeside Real Estate Group will do business under the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brand, the franchise network announced.
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3 Bonkers Details From Marvel's Legal Battle Over Rights To Spider-Man, Iron Man, and More

By Carly Tennes Published: September 27th, 2021
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New Orleans house full of creepy dolls sells in one day

After setting up his listing photos to feature creepy dolls, a New Orleans agent sold a dilapidated home in one day.
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Netflix’s The Sandman series gets chilling first-look clip

Neil Gaiman's epic fantasy comic book series The Sandman is coming to Netflix as a live-action series. A clip reveals how Dream was captured.
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