First Trailer and Poster for THE REAL CHARLIE CHAPLIN

First look at the upcoming Chaplin documentary. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Easter Eggs And References In Muppets Haunted Mansion You May Have Missed

Creepy and goofy are not mutually exclusive experiences. The mood of Disney's iconic Haunted Mansion ride is the result of a disagreement between two Imagineers, Marc Davis and Claude Coats, in the '60s. Coats wanted to make something genuinely scary. Davis wanted the attraction to be more fun. In the end, the Haunted Mansion is both; the mansion is brimming with silly gags, but still runs chills up guests' spines using a flurry of technological and illusory wonders.In 1969, three years after Wa...
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New Trailer and Poster for Kenneth Branagh’s BELFAST

Branagh's semi-autobiographical drama comes to UK/ROI cinemas in February. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Facebook Confirms Resident Evil 4 VR “Updated For a Modern Audience”

Facebook has confirmed that the upcoming Resident Evil 4 VR will be censored “for a modern audience”, proving that all the early footage of the game being censored is true, and removing anything that could be considered “problematic” for the sort of weak-willed people who most likely don’t play horror titles to begin with. On […]
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Secret Origins v2 #5 - key reprints

Secret Origins v2 #5Secret Origins v2 #5, 1973 - Revealing the origins of popular characters, this bronze age series often reprinted their first appearances as well. This particular issue reprints the debut of the Spectre, first published in More Fun Comics #52 and #53 (two parts).- - - - - - - - - -Home / Secret Origins / DCebay  >this issue [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Zoku Oujo & Onna Kishi W Unspeakably Gruesome & Sexually Relentless

Zoku Oujo & Onna Kishi W Dogehin Roshutsu: Chijoku no Misemono Dorei has gone exactly where many were predicting it would as the series has women being violated in the middle of the street, the series growing darker as some penile dismemberment takes place before a group of women are raped in front of a […]
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Barry Season 3 Is Almost Finished Filming, Season 4 Has Been Written

In recent years, Bill Hader has become a true comedic treasure, especially by creating and starring in the HBO hit series, "Barry." Hader plays a Marine-turned-hitman for hire named Barry Berkman who starts to lose his passion for killing and crime sprees. Instead, he accidentally discovers an acting class that allows him the freedom to express himself in ways he never thought he could. While he attempts to trade in a life hidden in the shadows for one in the spotlight, Barry finds love (Sarah G...
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Kenneth Branagh Stopped Anthony Hopkins From Retiring While Making Thor

Sir Anthony Hopkins won his second Oscar for Best Actor this year for his performance in "The Father," but it might never have happened had another knight of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire kept him from retiring ... with a role in a Marvel movie. That's right: it was Sir Kenneth Branagh, the director of the first "Thor" film, who convinced Hopkins not to retire by having him play Odin the Allfather.This is just one of the behind-the-scenes tidbits from the production history of t...
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Thursday, October 21 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for October 21, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Untitled Bosch Spin-Off Location: 800 Traction Ave, Los Angeles (until Oct. 22nd) TV Series: Super Pumped Location: 251 S Windsor Blvd, Los Angeles TV Series: NCIS Location: 104 S Hudson Ave., Los Angeles (until Oct. 21st) Filming in Illinois TV […] The post Thursday, October 21 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #21

Orson Welles in Suspense,Easter 2016, & ANTS! First things first for today: we’re back to the old-time radio show Suspense, with an episode starring Orson Welles from 1944. It’s “The Dark Tower.” No, not that one. Next, we go to an interesting one: this is from Play for Tomorrow, from 1982. It was a six-part sci-fi anthology series from across the pond. Students in a college in Northern Ireland decide to commemorate the centenary of the Easter of 1916. Look out for Bill Nighy,...
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Last Night In Soho Soundtrack Features '60s Deep Cuts: Listen To Anya Taylor-Joy's Cover Of Downtown

In tandem with Edgar Wright's latest feature, "Last Night In Soho," Back Lot Music has dropped a single, sung by none other than the film's star. Anya Taylor-Joy ("The Witch") steps behind the microphone and croons a soulful, downtempo cover of Petula Clark's '60s chart-topper, "Downtown," in a crisp new music video dropped first on Taylor-Joy's Instagram, then on Focus Features' YouTube channel. Mondo Music and Death Waltz Recording Co. will also release a 7-inch record of the single, with an u...
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11 Surefire Ways to Create Special Moments This Christmas

Christmas is coming soon! But it isn’t your first; neither would it be your last. The one great thing you could do is to make this one outstanding! Christmas is a time that comes with a unique spirit of its own. It’s a time to reflect on the journey so far, be grateful for your life, work, friends, and family, and look forward to the following year. Christmas is a time to celebrate with loved ones. And as such, there’s every reason to create beautiful moments with them. But you may have been c...
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Joss Whedon Wanted Zooey Deschanel To Play The Wasp In An Early Draft Of The Avengers

"The Story of Marvel Studios" is a book littered with behind-the-scenes details about the formation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It's easy to take the whole shared-universe movie conceit for granted now that it's been done in the MCU, but back in the late 2000s and early 2010s, this was still a relatively new, novel idea. At that time, the concept of having five superhero films cross over into one big team-up remained untested on the big screen. However, that's exactly what "The Avengers" d...
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Interview: Back 4 Blood Dev Explains Why Game Pass Is So Important for the Game

Back 4 Blood, Turtle Rock Studios’ spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead, is finally out. It’s been a long time coming. And since it’s been so long, Turtle Rock has had time to learn and grow, especially after creating Evolve, its four-on-one shooter that never quite took off. Senior Gaming Editor Michael Leri recently spoke to Chris Ashton, co-founder and design director at Turtle Rock, about the game and touched on its inclusion on Game Pass, efforts to grab casual players, how the team learned f...
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10 Things You Didn't Know About Moon Knight

Can a tweet break the discourse? London's own Sunday Times tried its darnedest in early August, 2021. It postulated that the role of Tony Stark -- a.k.a. Iron Man -- could have been played by any actor in Jon Faverau's "Iron Man" and the picture would have still succeeded. Never mind that box-office mainstay Tom Cruise was attached to Iron Man before Robert Downey Jr., the question has now been raised: Could any actor have donned Shellhead's costume and made Marvel matter again?The answer is com...
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Salma Hayek Has Been Waiting Her Entire Career To Make A Big Budget Superhero Movie

Few actors should be allowed carte blanche with the roles they take, but Salma Hayek is absolutely one of them. The Mexican and American actress has done it all, including telenovelas, action-thrillers, comedy, horror, animated features, family adventure films, sitcoms, historic biopics, musicals, and tearjerking dramas. Now, Hayek finally gets to add a role to her roster that she's always dreamed of: superhero.The star of "Eternals" spoke at a press conference attended by /Film's Hoai-Tran Bui ...
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The 13 Best Game Of Thrones Characters Who Weren't In The Show

Adapting a book for television is a tricky business, especially when you're dealing with source material that encompasses several novels that aren't complete yet. There is always going to be controversy over which characters get left out.George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire," adapted into HBO's mega-hit "Game of Thrones," has several point-of-view characters and literally hundreds of supporting characters, so it was inevitable that the story would have to be truncated by the showrunners...
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Here's Why Daredevil, Ghost Rider, And Blade Weren't Brought Into The MCU Movies

There was a time in the early 2010s when Marvel fans rejoiced at some boring ole business news. In a short period of time, the character rights for Daredevil, Ghost Rider, Blade, Luke Cage, and The Punisher all came back to Marvel Studios after previously being licensed by a myriad of other studios around Hollywood. However, some fans would end up being disappointed, because none of those characters ever ended up in the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Though some of them would find a hom...
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Watch: 'Wormsong' Recap Video Looking at Dune's Prog Rock Legacy

"This is what the Harkonnen sound like." Listen in! With Denis Villeneuve's epic new adaptation of Dune finally arriving in theaters, there has been a lot of commotion and discussion about the history Dune has in pop culture. Alamo Drafthouse put out a fun 7-minute video for the opening, which is basically a short film despite no dialogue, only text + images, that is all about "Dune's prog rock legacy." Frank Herbert's novel was first released in 1965, but gained even more attention in the 7...
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Comiket 99 Won’t Deny Those Who Refuse Vaccination

In a move that will surely be a breath of fresh air in comparison to the West (and even worse, Australia), those in charge of the upcoming Comiket 99 encouraged attendees to receive their vaccinations against the Coronavirus, but also informed the masses they don’t intend to deny entry to those who refuse to take […]
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Brian d’Arcy James, Mackenzie Astin, More Join Cast of HBO’s Love & Death

The cast of HBO Max’s upcoming limited series Love and Death is growing, as Deadline is reporting that a handful of actors have joined the cast of the series. RELATED: Love & Death Photos: Elizabeth Olsen is Axe-Killer Candy Montgomery According to the report, Brian d’Arcy James, Olivia Applegate, Mackenzie Astin, Adam Cropper, and Bruce McGill have been cast. The handful of actors join a cast that already features the likes of Elizabeth Olsen, Jesse Plemons, Patrick Fugit, Lily Rabe, Keir Gilch...
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Get it done! 5 steps for mastering the art of execution

How do you translate that fantastic vision and mission statement into practice? Chris Pollinger, who works with high-performance teams at Berman & Pollinger says you can master the art of execution by focusing on these five critical steps. 
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Homebuyer demand sags as mortgage rates continue to rise

With the Federal Reserve expected to begin tapering its purchases of mortgage-backed securities as soon as November, market forces are pushing mortgage rates higher. 
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A New York City penthouse just rented for $85,000 per month

The Tribeca property, which houses an art collection with pieces by Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst, may be the city's most expensive rental ever.
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The Ending Of Iron Man Was A Last Minute Fix That Wasn't Completed Until Three Weeks Before Release

One of the earliest fan-favorite moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was an 11th-hour addition, delivered with the sweet flavor of deadline desperation.The climax of Jon Favreau's 2008 door-buster "Iron Man," based on the Marvel comics of the same name, entails weapons manufacturer Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) going toe-to-toe with former mentor and business partner Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges). Following an attempted coup in which Stane hired The Ten Rings to assassinate the Stark Indus...
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Netflix Is Changing Its Viewership Metrics (And It's Somehow Even Worse Than Before)

Netflix has always been shady about the way it reports viewership numbers, and unfortunately, it looks like that trend will continue. The streamer announced yesterday that it will soon be changing the way it reports those kinds of metrics, moving from its current system -- in which a "view" is counted as long as a subscriber watches two minutes of a piece of content -- to a system that is even less helpful for outsiders trying to get an accurate sense of a given project's popularity.Here is what...
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Taika Waititi Almost Missed Out On Directing Thor: Ragnarok, But Moana Saved The Day

It's hard to believe that movie directors can get caught up on little things like losing your passport, but it happens. In fact, when it happened to "Thor: Ragnarok" director Taika Waititi, he almost lost his chance to be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Things could have been completely different if it weren't for his script work on Disney's "Moana." Seriously. In the new book, "The Story of Marvel Studios," authors Tara Bennett and Paul Terry shared the story of how Waititi's "Thor: Ra...
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Daily Podcast: History Of Marvel Studios Trivia & Eternals Early Reactions

On the October 20, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by senior writer Brad Oman to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Marvel Studios and Eternals.Opening Banter: Peter thanks Brad.In the News:Brad plugs some news stories to come out of the Marvel Studios bookBrad: Marvel Studios Pushes Back Entire 2022 Slate, Indiana Jones 5 Delayed Almost A Full YearBrad: ​​The Marvels Director Nia DaCosta Blames Captain America For The SnapBrad (og Le...
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Superhero Bits: The Batman Trailer In Glorious 4K, DC FanDome Was A Big Hit & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:"The Batman" trailer gets released in 4K"DC League of Super-Pets" is getting a video gameTom Hardy teases a Spider-Man/Venom connectionDC FanDome was apparently a big hitAll ...
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