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Kevin Smith Shares Details On His Phone Call With Marvel's Kevin Feige

Kevin Smith's long and winding career has left him with some zany credits in his filmography — and even zanier behind-the-scenes stories. Back in the day, he shared some of those stories onstage in his "Evening with Kevin Smith" series of DVDs. Since then, the proliferation of podcasts, Smodcasts, movie vlogs and blogs, and social media has made it even easier to hear the unfiltered thoughts of Smith and other filmmakers.Smith's experience with "Superman Lives" — an unrealized movie that almost ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Ben Affleck, Marvel, Superman, New Jersey, Bradley Cooper, Paul Thomas Anderson, Smith, Uproxx, Marvel Studios, Nicolas Cage, Edgar Wright, Kevin Smith, Soho


AfterShock is looking for a DC -area employee

a negative rapid antigen or PCR lab COVID-19 test to enter NYCC. AfterShock Wants You! Join our team of brand ambassadors to comic shops across North America – especially if you live in or near Washington DC! Visit   AfterShockComics.com/ambassadors for full details and to apply. Certain age, citizenship and other rest...
Tags: Comics, Washington Dc, Dc, North America, Mike Rhode


The First Chucky Clip Features A Dissection Gone Terribly Wrong

Until the 2019 remake, the "Child's Play" franchise held the distinction of being the only franchise in horror history to keep the same screenwriter for every installment. Don Mancini scarred a generation by bringing to life the creepiest ginger-haired doll this side of Annabelle. In preparation for the new television series "Chucky" for SyFy and USA Network, a new clip from Don Mancini's return to the franchise has been released reminding us all just how vicious everyone's favorite Good Guy dol...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Chucky, Usa Network, Jake, Nick Antosca, Brad Dourif, Don Mancini, Charles Lee Ray, Alex Vincent, Andy Barclay, David Kirschner, Zackary Arthur, First Chucky Clip Features, Chucky About


Phantom Stranger v2 #9 - Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams Phantom Stranger v2 #9, 1970 - A man lies dead on the floor, his voodoo doll image lying similarly while speared with an exotic arrow. The Phantom Stranger's presence is a mere shadow, his most subtle appearance yet. Neal Adams inserts sculpture and a contemporary chair into the scene, suggesting a victim of means. Most pointedly, the artist places the body in the arrow's path, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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The Caligula Effect 2 Has a Colorful Cast of Characters

Westerners wishing they had a new JRPG to experience can perhaps find The Caligula Effect 2 to be worth a purchase as a new trailer has provided a glimpse at its many unique characters and battle system, the title sure to be a nice departure from the inanity of the Western games industry. The lengthy […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Trailer, English, Anime, RPG, Image Gallery, NIS America, Caligula Effect


Carolyn Belefski's Santa Turtle enamel pin on Kickstarter

I recently launched a Kickstarter for Santa Turtle enamel pin. I've been on a roll making custom pins since 2017, so I wanted to make this one special with a cool effect I've devised by adding a jingle bell to celebrate the holiday season. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/carolynbelefski/santa-turtle-enamel-pin Santa Turtle Enamel Pin We're making festive hard enamel pins featuring Santa Turtle with a real jingle bell...
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Carolyn Belefski, Santa Turtle


Daniel Craig Accidentally Broke Dave Bautista's Nose While Filming Spectre

While promoting his final Bond film, "No Time to Die," star Daniel Craig reminisced on the Graham Norton Show about filming previous entries in the franchise. One moment he couldn't help remembering was when he accidentally punched co-star Dave Bautista directly in the nose, breaking it. The former professional wrestler handled it pretty well, but Craig was terrified for at least a moment.  Bautista Is Badder Than Bond While "Spectre" is definitely one of the sour notes in Craig's Bond symphony,...
Tags: Movies, News, Daniel Craig, Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Bond, Craig, Graham Norton Show, Harrison, Gosling, Bautista, Dave Bautista, Craig s Bond


Soshite Watashi wa Ojisan ni Makes Love in the Pool & Craves Redheads

The main “heroine” in Soshite Watashi wa Ojisan ni is once again used like an object in the fourth episode as the charming girl is this time convinced to have sex in a pool, as her redheaded friend also gets bred several times, perhaps in an effort to make up for the first few episodes […]
Tags: Anime, Pool, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Mizugi, Soshite Watashi wa Ojisan ni, Soshite Watashi


Wednesday, September 29 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 29, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Tarzana  Location: 801 E 4th Pl., Los Angeles  TV Series: Super Pumped  Location: E 2nd St & S Hewitt St.; W 6th St & S Spring St.; 617 S Olive St., Los Angeles  TV Series: The Rookie  Location: 200 […] The post Wednesday, September 29 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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The Inheritance (Limerick)

When there’s a will, there’s a limerick: A woman inherited canes, Toy trains, and her uncle’s remains. Her fav’rite bequest Was a fine antique chest — The best of her will-gotten gains.
Tags: Humor, Legal & Lawyer Humor, Lawyer Humor, Legal Limerick, Lawyer Limerick, Inheritance Humor, Inheritance Limerick, Will Humor, Will Limerick


Two Great New Indie Horror Movies Join Hulu's 'Huluween' Collection

It's the most wonderful time of the year! If you think I'm talking about Christmas, then you are sorely mistaken. October is right around the corner, the weather is sort of cooler (at least here in Texas), and horror programming is getting announced left and right in preparation for Halloween. Now in its fourth year, "Huluween" is "Hulu's annual Halloween event with a full slate of nail-biting programming, and an online immersive experience for fans to enjoy from home." While Hulu has not releas...
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Aeon Flux Live-Action TV Show Is In Development At Paramount

The live-action "Aeon Flux" TV series just won't die. Way back in 2018, we confirmed that "Teen Wolf" director Jeff Davis would be bringing "Aeon Flux" back from the dead with the help of the company that birthed it, MTV, but then everything went quiet on the "Aeon Flux" front. Now, a casual three years later, Davis has struck a deal with Paramount+ to get the surreal sci-fi series up and running again. Is this a pet project for Davis? Was he a big fan of the original animated series that debute...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Mtv, Davis, Paramount, Teen Wolf, Chung, Charlize Theron, Jeff Davis, Karyn Kusama, Peter Chung, Aeon Flux


Sufjan Stevens Has A New Album Inspired By Movies Including The Thing, Point Break, Hellraiser 3, And More

Multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens is known for the theming of his albums. His newest, "A Beginner's Mind," which dropped on September 24, 2021, is themed to movies instead of states. Apparently, he and his musical collaborator for this album, Angelo De Augustine, were writing songs by day and watching movies by night.Their taste in movies (via Polygon) is eclectic. Stevens is a fan of horror, so there's some of that in there ("Night of the Living Dead," "The Thing"), as ...
Tags: Movies, News, California, America, Chicago, Sufjan Stevens, United States, Michigan, Olympus, Spike Lee, Illinois, Avengers, Florence, Kathryn Bigelow, Cool Stuff, Florence Welch


17 Horror Movies Based On True Stories That Will Creep You Out

The phrase "based on true events," is guaranteed to generate hype for any horror movie. Horror is already meant to be terrifying, so declaring that it actually happened only ups a film's fear factor. It also generates a ton of buzz, as curious viewers want to know the story behind a film, as well as how true it actually is. After all, the world is a terrifying place. Serial killers like Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer targeted and killed young people to satiate their violent impulses. Claims regard...
Tags: London, Movies, Australia, US, David, United States, Jake Gyllenhaal, New South Wales, Hodgson, John, Ed, Bathsheba, Alfred Hitchcock, DOE, Catherine, David Fincher


14 Sequels That Truly Didn't Need To Happen

As Benjamin Franklin might have said, if he had witnessed the rise and continued growth of modern cinema, "Nothing is certain but death and taxes. And that most movies, if they make a reasonable profit, will get sequels whether they need one or not."Anachronistic Ben Franklin has it spot on. Hefty profits can magically transform the most standalone and self-contained movies into a trilogy, tetralogy, or worse. We have proof. Some of the films on this list are completely unnecessary -- they were ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Massachusetts, Africa, Tim Burton, Earth, Ben Franklin, John Goodman, Cameron Diaz, Bill Murray, Jim Carrey, Batgirl, Michael Caine, Skynet, George Clooney, Bruce Wayne


Operation Mincemeat First Look: Netflix's Film Sounds Like Weekend At Bernie's Meets WWII

I know what you might be thinking. "Ugh, another stuffy World War II movie?" If you've seen one, you've seen them all, amIright? There's nothing new under the sun, modern filmmaking is dying from a lack of creativity, etc. Well, I'm here to tell you that this well hasn't completely run dry just yet. Netflix has acquired the rights to a new film based on the shockingly true story of one of the most incredible events to take place during the war. Titled "Operation Mincemeat," the streaming service...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Jessica Chastain, Movies, News, Spain, Netflix, Sam Mendes, Dunkirk, Sicily, Kingsman, Bernie, Sloane, John Madden, Michelle Ashford, Ewen Montagu, Colin Firth Shakespeare


Netflix Acquires Oxenfree Developer Night School Studio

Netflix’s venture into games is growing as evidenced by one of its recent purchases. The streaming giant has acquired Night School Studio, the game developer most known for its narrative video games like Oxenfree and Afterparty. This is Netflix’s first game studio acquisition. Founder and Creative Director Sean Krankel went on the studio’s website to speak more about the deal. He said that he’d been talking to the team about where they see games and storytelling and where they see themselves in ...
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China Demanding “Cartoon Makers” Create “Healthy Shows”

China’s censorship crusade hasn’t ended as now the communist nation is demanding that cartoons (and likely anime as well) be more “healthy” in its crackdown on violence, pornographic content and anything else it deems inappropriate, such as yaoi content and effeminate males. A notice delivered by the National Radio and Television Administration expressed that children […]
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Interview: Wolfboy and the Everything Factory Composer Xav Clarke

Apple TV+’s new series Wolfboy and the Everything Factory is now streaming and follows an oddball dreamer named Wolfboy as he discovers a strange realm where fantastical beings create things for the natural world above. To score the series, composer Xav Clarke (Elliot From Earth, The Amazing World of Gumball) was given the brief to “go weird, be experimental, and take chances.” What he created is an organic score as playful, curious, and creative as the titular character himself. His music has a...
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Komi Can’t Communicate Cast Adds Three More Voice Actors

The upcoming cast for the anime adaptation Komi Can’t Communicate is growing, as the official website (via Crunchyroll) for the series has been updated with even more casting announcements. RELATED: Komi Can’t Communicate Anime Releasing in October, Watch First Teaser Voice actresses Megumi Han, Ruriko Aoki, and Yurika Moriyama will be joining the cast as Shōko Komi’s classmates Nokoko Inaka, Nene Onemine, and  Kaede Otori respectively. Nokoko is described as a country girl that looks up to Komi...
Tags: Japan, TV, Movies, TV News, Anime, Crunchyroll, Komi, Nene, ComingSoon, Tadano, Komi Can't Communicate, Tomohito Oda, Shoko Komi, Megumi Han Ruriko Aoki, Yurika Moriyama, Nokoko Inaka Nene Onemine


Sustained surge in mortgage rates could dent home sales

In addition to worries about the potential impact of Fed tapering, there's also uncertainty about the approaching U.S. debt ceiling and the future leadership of the Fed.
Tags: Elizabeth Warren, Regulations, Radio, Janet Yellen, Mortgage, Federal Reserve, Mortgage Rates, Fed, The Fed, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Jerome Powell, Taper Tantrum, Tapering, Markets & Economy, Select


Eminem Is Opening 'Mom's Spaghetti' Pasta Restaurant

By Carly Tennes Published: September 28th, 2021
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Sam Raimi: Seeing Doc Ock in Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Was ‘Beautiful’

When Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock appeared at the end of the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, fans were shocked and excited at the possibility of what he might do in the film. Those passionate fans even included one particular director who knows the character well. RELATED: Charlie Cox Says That Was Not Him in the Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Speaking to Syfy Wire recently, director Sam Raimi — who directed the original Spider-Man trilogy and directed the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse ...
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The 15 Best '90s Horror Movies Ranked

The '90s was a fascinating decade in which Furbies, Beanie Babies, and Tamagotchi's ruled toy stores, "Friends" dominated TV, Nirvana took over the radio, and people were dancing willy-nilly to the Macarena. Technological advances were shaking up society, with the advancement of the World Wide Web culminating in the launch of a little site called Google in 1998. Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky was one of the biggest scandals of the past half-century. Meanwhile, in the world of cinema,...
Tags: Google, Movies, Maryland, Stephen King, Fbi, Bill Clinton, Sydney, New Zealand, Kevin Bacon, Nevada, Spike Lee, States, Takashi Miike, Jackson, North America, Gary Oldman


No Time To Die Early Buzz: A Fantastic Conclusion For Daniel Craig, Unless It's Not

Well, it's time. Critics have seen "No Time to Die," the long-awaited, repeatedly-delayed swan song for Daniel Craig's turn as 007, and because it's their job, they have, you know, opinions. But since it's been six years since the previous James Bond movie and since that James Bond movie was the disappointing "Spectre," you'd be forgiven if you're watching these reactions with a rabid glint in your eye. We Bond fans take this super-spy seriously. And the Daniel Craig era has given us permission ...
Tags: Movies, News, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Union Jack, Fukunaga, Chris Evangelista


The 12 Best Tom Hardy Movies Ranked

Tom Hardy is one of the most popular actors working today, and with good reason: He's also one of the best. Hardy is known for innovation and originality -- whether he's masking his face, trying out a new voice, physically transforming his appearance, or navigating between different genres, Hardy takes chances that his contemporaries simply don't.Hardy first made an impact in two intense war projects: "Band of Brothers" and "Black Hawk Down." Among large ensembles, Hardy's originality stood out,...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, London, Movies, France, Virginia, Cary Grant, Gotham, Peaky Blinders, Leonardo Dicaprio, Batman, John Le Carre, Steve McQueen, Nolan, Mel Gibson, Gary Oldman, Tom Hardy


Want to level up in 2022? 5 ways to approach growth

If you want to level up in 2022, first, slow down. Think carefully about the past year — what worked, what didn't, what could've used a little improvement — and then start carving your path to growth one step at a time.
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Here’s a simple exercise for 2022 business planning

The best way to have a great year in real estate is to have a great fourth quarter the year before. Why? Because real estate typically follows a 90- to 120-day sales cycle, meaning that the activities you do now will pay dividends in three to four months.
Tags: Business Planning, Planning, Radio, Teams, Agent, Strengths, Roadmap, SWOT Analysis, Business Plan, Brokerage, Select, Weaknesses, Danny Batsalkin, Opportunities and Threats


Sesame Street: Release Date, Cast, And More

Can you tell me how to get, how to get to "Sesame Street?" The hit children's educational series is getting another feature treatment, this time focusing on what happens when the "Sesame Street" favorites step outside of their neighborhood and enter unfamiliar territory. The project has experienced a number of delays between conflicting schedules and the pandemic, but here's everything you need to know before the film's release. Sesame Street Release Date And Where You Can Watch It Originally se...
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