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M. Night Shyamalan's Next Feature, Knock At The Cabin, Will Be Released In 2023

The previously untitled M. Night Shyamalan film for Universal Pictures has been given both a title and an official release date according to an exclusive report from Deadline. "Knock at the Cabin" will be Shyamalan's 15th feature and will be released in theaters on Friday, February 3, 2023. This date is a move from its original plan of February 17, 2023, which would have put the film up against Disney's "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania." Nothing has been revealed yet regarding the plot, but it...
Tags: Movies, News, Disney, Universal Pictures, Cabin, Shyamalan, Rosie O Donnell, Caddo Lake, Deadline Knock, Universal Pictures Knock, Cabin Shyamalan, Celine Held Logan George Topside

This week's Lily webcomic

I used to think there was one way to have a relationship. Then I discovered polyamory. Practicing ethical non-monogamy isn't just freeing; it's true to who I am (Book Karnjanakit for The Washington Post) https://www.thelily.com/i-used-to-think-there-was-one-way-to-have-a-relationship-then-i-discovered-polyamory/ Book Karnjanakit October 10, 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Lily, Mike Rhode, Book Karnjanakit

JUNGLE CRUISE Tops the UK Home Entertainment Chart - Watch the Chart Show

Jungle Cruise sails straight in at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart as it flies ahead on physical sales. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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First Trailer and Poster for THE BLACK PHONE, Starring Ethan Hawke

First look at director Scott Derrickson's chiller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Ethan Hawke, Poster, Scott Derrickson, New Releases, The Movie Waffler

Shingeki no Kyojin Final Season Part 2 Promising Much Suspense

The second part of the anticipated finale for Shingeki no Kyojin has been teased, sadly being only about half the size of a normal trailer but delivering a hefty amount of appalling scenes that will surely have those unfamiliar with the source material theorizing. Various characters from the show appear in the trailer along with […]
Tags: Drama, Trailer, Fantasy, Anime, Endings, Image Gallery, MAPPA, Continuations, Shingeki no Kyojin, Kyojin

Wash Post on animation worker Ruthie Tompson and Superman's gay son

New Superman will come out as bisexual in upcoming issue, DC Comics says By Adela Suliman Washington Post October 13 2021 p. C2 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/10/12/superman-bisexual-jon-kent-dc-comics/ Ruthie Tompson, who died at age 111, was a Disney trailblazer in 'a man's world' [in print as A Disney trailblazer in 'a man's world']. By Michael Cavna Washington Post October 13, 2021, p. C1-2 http...
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Superman, Disney, Dc Comics, Mike Rhode, Michael Cavna, Adela Suliman Washington Post, Ruthie Tompson

Russ Manning gallery - 77 Sunset Strip issues

All Russ Manning story art on 77 Sunset Strip issues, 1960s FC #1211 FC #1263 FC #1291 #1 #2 #01-742-209 - - - - - - - - - - Home / Galleries / Manning galleries  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Shrinking: Jason Segel To Star In Apple TV Series From Ted Lasso Team

Bless the "Ted Lasso" gods: A 10-episode comedy series, "Shrinking," is coming from the beloved series' writers, Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein. Apple TV+ greenlit the series, which will star Jason Segel, on October 13.According to Deadline, "Shrinking" will follow "a grieving therapist," played by Segel, "who starts to break the rules and tell his clients exactly what he thinks. Ignoring his training and ethics, he finds himself making huge, tumultuous changes to people's lives ... including...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Amc, Jason Sudeikis, Judd Apatow, Los Angeles Lakers, Lawrence, Bill Lawrence, Sarah Marshall, Goldstein, Jason Segel, Segel, RIchmond Football Club

Halloween Ends Will 'Make People Very Angry,' Jamie Lee Curtis Teases

Just a few weeks away from The Night He Came Home and on the eve of the release of David Gordon Green's "Halloween Kills," star Jamie Curtis is here to give everyone one last scare. "Kills" is Green's second film in the resurrected, Blumhouse-backed "Halloween" franchise, a sequel to "Halloween" (2018). In it, Laurie Strode (Curtis) teams up with two other generations of Strode women to face down and give Michael Myers the sound defeat he's been needing since John Carpenter and Debra Hill origin...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, Venice, Smith, Michael, John Carpenter, Curtis, Carpenter, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Jamie Curtis, Michael Myers, Debra Hill

Fire Force’s Final Manga Arc Begins

It’s reported that the next arc in the incredibly popular Fire Force (Enen no Shouboutai) series will be its last, bringing an end to the manga that began in 2015 and certain to have some wondering if this is perhaps due to a few recent chapters. A leak of the upcoming Weekly Shonen Jump magazine […]
Tags: Leak, Anime, Manga, Endings, Shonen Jump, Weekly Shonen Jump, Kodansha, Enen no Shouboutai

Thursday, October 14 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for October 14, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Tarzana Location: 2293 Miner St, San Pedro TV Series: The Rookie Location: 440 Seaton St.; E 4th St & Colyton St., Los Angeles (until Oct. 15th) Movie: Me Time Location: 240 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles TV Series: Maggie Location: Cheviot […] The post Thursday, October 14 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Daily Filming Locations, Colyton St Los Angeles, Venice Blvd Los Angeles, Miner St San Pedro, Seaton St

Mythical Games’ Jamie Jackson Talks Blankos Block Party, Future of Gaming NFTs

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and blockchain technology currently have an uncertain place in entertainment, but we’ve already started to see films, television, and video games use the emerging technology. One such game is Mythical Games’ Blankos Block Party (which is available as a free download). What separates Mythical from many companies that have hopped on the NFT train is the pedigree behind it as it is led by As it has former Activision Blizzard studio heads at the helm such as CEO John Linde...
Tags: Facebook, Games, Movies, Interview, Burberry, Nintendo, World of Warcraft, NFT, Jamie Jackson, ComingSoon, Video Game News, John Linden, Mythical Games, Tyler Treese, Blankos Block Party, Video Game Features

10 Halloween Movies On Netflix Worth Streaming This October

Not everyone has the same approach when it comes to picking a Halloween movie. Some opt for classic horror movies. Some choose a killer franchise (and we mean "killer" in more ways than one). Others prefer PG-rated Halloween movies, the film equivalent of staying home and greeting cute trick-or-treaters instead of hitting up a costume party or a haunted house. But we can all agree that opening up a streaming service without knowing what to watch beforehand can be intimidating, even when you're t...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, Netflix, United States, House, David Bowie, Harry Potter, Charlie Hunnam, Steve Buscemi, Emma Roberts, Jumanji, Jason, Tom Hiddleston, Adam Sandler, Universal Studios, Crimson Peak

The 15 Best Halloween TV Episodes

Halloween is the one time of the year when television writers get to let their hair down a little bit. Normally constrained by the confines of their genre, a spooky holiday like Halloween gives shows the freedom to take their storylines in a different direction. A traditional sitcom can have ghosts in it all of a sudden, and a children's show can embrace slasher film tropes. The opportunities are virtually limitless! But while it's fun to see familiar characters in a context that their show woul...
Tags: Chuck, Halloween, Texas, Television, Movies, United States, Cia, Bob, Wanda, Sam, Slayer, Buffy, Cw, Arnold, Nickelodeon, Great Britain

14 Movies Like Knives Out That You'll Want To Watch ASAP

"Knives Out" does a lot of things right. The film, directed by Rian Johnson and starring some of Hollywood's best (a trend that's continuing in its upcoming sequel), may feel unique in its blend of comedy, murder, and sly social commentary. But the comedy mystery is actually one of Hollywood's oldest genres, one that's rarely shy about slipping in a biting statement here and there. A comedy mystery can be sleek or slapstick, dumb or wise, or all of those things at once.Mystery comedies first pea...
Tags: South Korea, England, Hollywood, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Cary Grant, Tim Curry, Disney, Vincent Price, Park, Dame Maggie Smith, North Dakota, Wes Anderson, Chase, Broadway, Stephen Fry

32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #14

Vincent Price being an awesome human,The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, &The Bermuda Triangle The other day, we had a lot of Vincent Price (you can never have too much), but someone posted a great thread about some of the things Price did for the benefit of others. Here’s a short statement he made during a broadcast of The Saint (from either 1947 or 48). I mean, we already had enough reasons to think he was awesome, but that ranks highly. And check out that Twitter link. ...
Tags: Halloween, Television, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Vincent Price, US, Canada, John Huston, Bermuda Triangle, Frightenstein The Bermuda

Live-Action System Shock TV Series in the Works

A live-action series adaptation of the System Shock video game series is set for Binge, an upcoming gaming entertainment streaming platform. The service is expected to launch in 2022, but the series wasn’t given a release date. MORE: Attack on Titan Final Season Release Date Announced in Teaser Video As reported by Deadline, Binge will focus heavily on programming mostly inspired by some of the most popular video game franchises, as showcased by the already-announced Driver live-action series. F...
Tags: Games, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Binge, Citadel, Jason Segel, ComingSoon, Kick, Ungar, System Shock, BioShock, Allan Ungar, Nightdive, Nightdive Studios

Virus Reincarnation Eradicating the Plague With Sex

A perhaps too relevant eroge known as Virus Reincarnation has arrived, tasking players with controlling a capable female as she battles zombies afflicted with a horrid plague, the only cure (after excessive physical harm) being the ejection of semen from the infected male’s body. Come the year 2020, a strange virus that feasts on sperm […]
Tags: Games, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Fetish, H, Horror, Image Gallery, Oppai, Oshiri, Zombies

Are you Googleable? 5 simple steps to upgrade your online presence

These days, agents have to win clients over from the first moment they type "real estate" into their search bar. How can you build trust with prospects online? Here are a few tips to help ensure that when your ideal clients search for a real estate agent, they'll find you.
Tags: Google, Marketing, Social Media, Linkedin, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Zillow, Lead Generation, Online Presence, Select, Realtor.com, Homelight, Digital Footprint, Digital Footprint Audit

All PS5 games that support 120 fps: Destiny 2, Fortnite, and more

PlayStation 5 can run a variety of games at 120fps, and the list grows on a regular basis. Here's every PS5 game that makes use of the increased frame rate.
Tags: Gaming, Games, Trends, How-to, Sony, Fortnite, PlayStation 5, PS5

Tommy Lee Jones to Replace Harrison Ford in Legal Drama The Burial

Tommy Lee Jones is set to star in Amazon’s upcoming legal drama The Burial, replacing Harrison Ford in the role. RELATED: Fairfax Trailer Previews Amazon’s Adult Animated Comedy Series According to a report from Deadline, Jones is set to step in for Ford, who had to drop out of the role for undisclosed reasons. Now, Jones will star alongside Jamie Foxx in the film from director Maggie Betts. Release information on the film is currently unknown, although with Jones now set to step in, it’s likely...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Mississippi, Ford, Tommy Lee Jones, Streaming, Jamie Foxx, Harrison Ford, Jones, Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Studios, O'Keefe, Loewen, Bobby Shriver, ComingSoon, Movie News

No Time To Die Might Need To Earn $800 Million To Make A Profit

As we fastly approach the second weekend for "No Time to Die" at the domestic box office, some sobering numbers have emerged. Specifically, it has been revealed that the latest "James Bond" movie, serving as Daniel Craig's fifth and final installment, will need to make north of $800 million before it can become profitable. That is, to say the very least of it, a lofty goal for any movie at any time, but especially as we're still emerging from the pandemic. Or trying to, anyway.As reported by Var...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, China, James Bond, Justice League, Daniel Craig, Jamaica, Cia, Skyfall, Bond, MGM, Blu, Variety, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Felix Leiter

Scream Directors Promise The Trailer Doesn't Spoil Anything

If you're anything like me, yesterday marked an important day in which you watched the trailer for 2022's "Scream" (or is it "5cream?") no less than 64 times in an attempt to figure out just what we're in for with the new film. The highly anticipated trailer was the first real look at the fifth installment of an iconic franchise, introducing audiences to the new faces of Woodsboro and reuniting us all with our beloved favorites, Sidney Prescott, Gale Weathers, and Dewey Riley.The new "Scream" is...
Tags: Movies, News, Billy, Jamie, Don, James Vanderbilt, Kirby, Kevin Williamson, Navarro, Wes Craven, Radio Silence, Marianne Maddalena, Woodsboro, Chad Villella, Matt Bettinelli Olpin Tyler Gillett, Meagan Navarro

The Deep House: 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.)The latest film we're covering in this "...And More" series deals with a romantic couple who goes on vacation in France to explore the depths of a lovely lake. The pair of divers discover nothing untoward, strengthen their bond over the course of their well-deserved break from routine, and return home with a happier, healthier, a...
Tags: Movies, France, House, Jason Blum, James Jagger, Epix, Leatherface, Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Deep House, Camille Rowe, Julien Maury, Alexandre Bustillo, Bustillo, The Deep House, Eric Savin, Carolina Massey

Review: Exegesis Lovecraft

— by WILLIAM STERR — “Exegesis – the critical explanation or interpretation of a text, especially of scripture.” The creator of this documentary has taken a liberty in applying it to a person, although, for many, the writings of Howard Philips Lovecraft have taken on the attributes of scripture. For those readers not familiar with […]
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Another Bad Bruce Willis Movie Trailer: Play a Deadly Game of 'Apex'

"Men like that never should've come to a place like this." The same question always come to mind: why?!? RLJE has debuted an official trailer for an action thriller film titled Apex, which is (of course) a shortened version of the excruciatingly dull title Apex Predator. Another new film from the same director of the epicly bad Cosmic Sin with Willis. So what's Apex about? Six elite hunters pay to hunt down a man on a deserted island, only to find themselves becoming the prey. Bruce Willis s...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Sci-fi, Bruce Willis, Malone, Willis, To Watch, RLJE, Neal McDonough Corey, Trevor Gretzky Ughhh

Halloween Ends Will Jump Forward In Time, Address The Pandemic

This week, the horror sequel "Halloween Kills" picks up exactly where 2018's "Halloween" left off: with Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), her daughter Karen (Judy Greer), and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) driving off after seemingly trapping the murderous Michael Myers in a burning building. That means the sequel is still set three years ago – but the final film in director David Gordon Green's new trilogy, next year's "Halloween Ends," won't follow that same structure.In a new interview...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, Jamie Lee Curtis, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Michael Myers, Danny McBride, Laurie Strode Jamie Lee Curtis, Karen Judy Greer, Allyson Andi Matichak, Uproxx Green

Charlie Kaufman Once Pitched A Gilligan's Island Reboot Filled With Murder And Cannibalism

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip..."Gilligan's Island" is a classic American sitcom that followed the adventures of seven castaways on a tiny island, stranded after their ship, The Minnow, runs aground. The series aired for three seasons on CBS from 1964 to 1967, receiving solid ratings. In syndication, "Gilligan's Island" became a part of American popular culture, cementing Bob Denver's hapless character Gilligan as an all-time great. The series was family-fr...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, America, Wes Anderson, John Malkovich, Cbs, Island, Warner Bros, James Gunn, Charlie Kaufman, Schwartz, Kaufman, Gilligan, Gunn

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