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Dozens Of Cinematographers Sign Open Letter Refusing To Work On Sets With Functional Firearms In Rust Aftermath

New updates have emerged in the fallout from last month's fatal shooting on the set of "Rust," claiming the life of a crewmember and injuring its director. On October 21st, actor Alec Baldwin discharged an on-set weapon while rehearsing for a scene on his film (which he also produces), "Rust." Assistant director Dave Halls states in a Sante Fe County police affidavit that he handed the firearm, a functional 1880s-era gun, to the actor and indicated that it was a "cold gun," meaning that it conta...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, La, Lena Dunham, Davis, Ed Lachman, American Society Of Cinematographers, Sarah Paulson, Alec Baldwin, Vfx, Los Angeles Times, Carol, Reuters, Iatse, Reed


Fan Survey online from Towson University

I filled it out - it goes pretty quick https://www.facebook.com/groups/318468860059335 Welcome to the Facebook home of the Fan Survey at Towson University. As part of my research about comic-con culture, I am conducting a survey to learn more about different fan interests and experiences. If you consider yourself a "big fan" or a "casual fan" of any these interests (e.g., comic books, superheroes, cosplay, anime/manga, sci-fi/fantasy, art/collecting, gaming), I invite ...
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Uncle Scrooge #142 - Carl Barks cover reprint & reprint

Uncle Scrooge #142(Walt Disney's) Uncle Scrooge v1 #142, 1977 - Featuring work by Carl Barks, this issue contains material from earlier in the series. This feature story was first published in Four Color Comics v2 #456 (technically Uncle Scrooge #2). Other artists in this issue include Tony Strobl. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Barks / Uncle Scrooge ebay  >this issue [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Voluptuous Chun-Li Cosplay by the Tan Non a Real Knockout

Immediately noticeable cosplayer Non has given Street Fighter‘s well-known Chun-Li a caramel makeover as her latest cosplay tribute involves dressing in minimal clothing whilst flaunting her feminine parts, as she always does, and likely causing males to swoon in the process. Non is wearing both a white and black iteration of her lewd outfit and […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Street Fighter, Cosplay, Fetish, Tan, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Nonsummerjack, Chun Li, Voluptuous Chun Li Cosplay


Toon Books did an event with DC schools

Virtual visit with 130 5th grade students in the Washington, DC area was a HIT! Illustrator Sergio García Sánchez (left) tuned in from Spain and Author Nadja Spiegelman (right) tuned in from New York to talk about Blancaflor to 5th grade classrooms at Sargent Shriver Elementary School, located just outside of Washington DC. Thanks to An Open Book Foundation for organizing and hosting the event AND for donating a copy of Blancaf...
Tags: Comics, New York, Spain, Washington Dc, Mike Rhode, Nadja Spiegelman, Sergio García Sánchez, Blancaflor, Sargent Shriver Elementary School


PAW PATROL: THE MOVIE Flies in at Number 1 on the UK Home Entertainment Chart

PAW Patrol: The Movie debuts at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Sopranos Creator David Chase Finally Opens Up About That Ending

The release of "The Many Saints of Newark" last month has given people a reason to revisit "The Sopranos" and its ending — including series creator, David Chase. It's a natural talking point, since "The Many Saints of Newark" is a prequel to "The Sopranos" and it stars the late James Gandolfini's son, Michael Gandolfini, as a young Tony Soprano.Chase spoke previously about why he chose the song that he did for the final scene of "The Sopranos." In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, he ...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, New Jersey, Chase, David Chase, James Gandolfini, Newark, Don, Tony, Michael Gandolfini, Tony Soprano Chase, Ocean Park Boulevard


Animal Trailer: Netflix Takes A Walk On The Wild Side

Where The Wild Things Are After almost two years of closely monitoring the behavior of humans during the pandemic, Netflix is providing audiences some relief with a new series simply entitled "Animal." Personally, I'm very excited to shift the focus from humans to wildlife. Netflix states the new series will allow viewers to "get even closer to nature's biggest stars. 'Animal' takes you on an emotional, immersive, and revelatory ride into some of the greatest wildernesses on Earth." The show see...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Wwf, Trailers, Sigourney Weaver, Rebel Wilson, Rashida Jones, Planet Earth, WWF World Wildlife Fund, Bryan Cranston Rashida Jones, Wilson Pedro Pascal


Disney's Live-Action Snow White Has Found Its Gal ... Gadot, That Is, As The Evil Queen

DC's very own Wonder Woman is breaking away from the realm of the good and diving into the role of one of the most famous villains of all time; the vain, conniving, and beyond fascinating Evil Queen. While her role in the upcoming live-action "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" hasn't been completely locked down, The Hollywood Reporter states that she's in the final negotiation stage to don the gold crown and purple eyeshadow and complete her heel turn (I know Gadot is just playing a villain and ...
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Nintendo Shuts Offices in Both California & Ontario

Nintendo offices located in Canada’s Ontario and California are being shut down, sure to hinder some operations, but likely to affect the company little overall considering the vast success of the Nintendo Switch. A report has indicated Nintendo closed its office located in California’s Redwood City on October 29th, along with another in Canada’s Ontario, […]
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Why this Keller Williams team leader is betting big on the company’s future

The line between brokerages and large expansion teams is already blurry, but they can co-exist. Here’s why expansion team leader Adam Hergenrother is investing in the future of Keller Williams’ teams with the rebrand to Livian and further growth investment from KW.
Tags: Opinion, Marketing, Radio, Teams, Agent, Columns, Keller Williams, Brokerage, Select, Adam Hergenrother, Livian, Keller Williams Platforms, Keller Williams Teams


Daniel Dae Kim Joins The Cast Of Avatar: The Last Airbender As Fire Lord Ozai

Water. Earth. Fire. Air. My grandmother used to tell me stories about the old days, a time of peace when the Avatar kept balance between the Water Tribes, Earth Kingdom, Fire Nation, and Air Nomads. But that all changed when the Fire Nation attacked ... and then Daniel Dae Kim was cast as Lord Ozai and now we welcome our Fire Nation overlords with open arms. Netflix has been working on the live-action adaptation of the mega-popular Nickelodeon series "Avatar: The Last Airbender" for what feels l...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Hawaii, Nickelodeon, Daniel Dae Kim, Fong, Zuko, Earth Kingdom, Ozai, Water Tribes Earth Kingdom Fire Nation, Zuko Daniel Dae Kim, Albert Kim Sleepy, Hiroshi Sato, Zuko Ozai


Watch: Animated Horror Short 'Sprite Fright' About Evil Mushrooms

"A friend of the forest is a friend of the sprites." Well aren't these little mushrooms so cute! Wait, no, they're evil! Sprite Night is a fun horror comedy animated short film made by Blender Studios, the creative corner of the 3D software company Blender. It's written and directed by former Pixar Story Supervisor Matthew Luhn - a story expert with almost 30 years of experience in Hollywood. When a group of teenagers trek into an isolated forest, they discover a pack of peaceful mushroom cr...
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The Force lives on in this $11.5M new build in Florida

The 15-bedroom, 19-bathroom mansion outside of Orlando, Florida, may look like the typical multimillion dollar home from the outside, but it conceals an extensive "Star Wars"-themed loft area within.
Tags: Star Wars, Florida, Listings, Princess Leia, Radio, Luxury, Han Solo, Pool, Walt Disney, Orlando, Spa, Disney World, Orlando Florida, Luxury Listing, Luxury Lens


Superhero Bits: Spider-Man: No Way Home Might Be Very Long, That Stargirl Post-Credits Scene & 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 "Spider-Man: No Way Home" runtime has been revealed."Eternals" video lets us meet the Deviants.That important "Stargirl" post-credits scene.Dwayne Johnson may have visite...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Dwayne Johnson, New York City, Reddit, Jim Carrey, Johnson, Peter, Gordon, Neca, Image Comics, Tom Holland, Rader, Ted Price, Comicbook


15 Must-Watch Documentaries About Filmmaking

On its best day, filmmaking is alchemy. On the rest, it's an affront to the natural order. Forming something from nothing in any other medium is a fundamentally lonely pursuit. Movies, by contrast, are deceit as a team sport. Armies, anywhere from a handful to hundreds strong, must march in microscopic lockstep -- no matter the scope, scale, or genre, all films are made one shot at a time.It's a miracle that Frank Capra considered a disease. "When it infects your bloodstream, it takes over as th...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Singapore, New York City, Morocco, Marlon Brando, Quentin Tarantino, James Cameron, George Romero, Burger King, David Lynch, George Lucas, Spielberg, Keanu Reeves, Steven Spielberg, Cannes


Mortgage rates ease, but will borrowers respond?

Most of the decline in mortgage rates came later in the week, too late to prevent demand for refinancing from dropping to the lowest level since January 2020.
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Mortgage Rates, Mortgage Bankers Association, Markets & Economy, Joel Kan


The Reluctant Traveler: Eugene Levy To Host Apple TV+ Travel Show

If you're like me, the end of "Schitt's Creek" has left a giant Eugene Levy-shaped hole in your heart, and you've been longing for a new show announcement to help fill the void. Luckily for us, Apple TV+ is coming to the rescue in the form of a new unscripted travel series called "The Reluctant Traveler" hosted by the remarkable Canadian comedy legend. Here's the show's official synopsis from Apple:"The Reluctant Traveler" will see Levy visit some of the world's most remarkable hotels, as well a...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, News, Apple TV, Itv, Levy, Charlie Brown, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Eugene Levy, Schitt s Creek, To Host Apple TV Travel Show, David Brindley, Twofour Apple TV, Host Apple TV Travel Show


Top 10 Autumn 2021 Anime You’d Currently Recommend

Now that a couple of weeks of the latest autumn anime season have passed, anime fanatics have weighed in on a ranking asking which they’d most recommend from this season, the third season of a certain otherworldly creature invasion anime managing to surpass even the world-revered Kimetsu no Yaiba. The ranking, according to 1,141 voters: […]
Tags: Autumn, Rankings, Anime, Kimetsu no Yaiba, World Trigger, Mushoku Tensei, Kimetsu, Shikizakura, Komi-san wa Komyushou desu, Takt Op. Destiny


'Parks And Recreation': Tom Almost Dated Aunt May & 2 Other Wild Casting Near-Misses

By Carly Tennes Published: November 03rd, 2021
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The Daily Stream: Michael Clayton Is A Modern Masterpiece

(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 Movie: "Michael Clayton"Where You Can Stream It: HuluThe Pitch: Michael Clayton (George Clooney) is a "fixer" – a lawyer called in to clean up messes associated with the high-powered law firm that employs him. When Arthur Edens (Tom Wilkinson), one of the firm's hotshot attorneys, has a complete mental breakdown, Michael is broug...
Tags: Movies, Karen, George Clooney, Gotham City, Warner Bros, Michael, Arthur, WB, Tony Gilroy, Swinton, Michael Clayton, Michael Clayton George Clooney, Karen Crowder Tilda Swinton, Arthur Edens Tom Wilkinson, Arthur Edens When Arthur, U North


Everything We Know About Tokyo Vice So Far

Because one "Vice" apparently wasn't enough for filmmaker Michael Mann, he's returning to direct the pilot episode of upcoming HBO Max series "Tokyo Vice" after a relatively lengthy hiatus. The last we saw of the esteemed director, he had released "Blackhat" back in 2015 ... which practically feels like a lifetime ago, doesn't it? Aside from a stray producing credit for James Mangold's "Ford v Ferrari" and his currently in-development Enzo Ferrari project, it's mostly been radio silence ever sin...
Tags: Japan, Hbo, Television, Movies, Ansel Elgort, Ferrari, Ford, Tokyo, Miami, Samantha, Michael Mann, Enzo Ferrari, Mann, Ken Watanabe, Sato, Elgort


Dragon Ball’s Master Roshi Rapes More Beautiful Women in Kame Paradise 2

Yamamoto Doujinshi has returned to release their newest eroge “Kame Paradise 2“, a sequel to the first lecherous title that has players controlling Master Roshi of Dragon Ball on a lust-filled quest through time to breed every woman in the series, and boasting a level of quality that some might find difficult to criticize. The […]
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How 'The Manhattan Project' Directly Led To Video Games

By Stephen Buckley Published: November 03rd, 2021
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West + Main acquires Oregon-based Fred Real Estate Group

The acquisition will grow Colorado-based West + Main Homes by more than 130 agents. The deal is set to be finalized by the end of 2021.
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3 ways to set a custom image as your PS4 wallpaper

There are a few ways to customize your homepage background on a PS4. Lipik1/Getty Images You can change your PS4 background to a custom image in just a few steps. The easiest method is to copy an image to the PS4 via a USB drive and select it from the Themes section of your PS4's Settings. You can also take a screenshot using the PS4's Web Browser app or by send an image on your phone's PS App. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Some background images...
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Wild Trailer for 'The Observers' Doc Examining Modern Day UFOlogy

"There is still a lot of truth that has yet to be revealed." 1019 Pictures has released another UFO film titled The Observers, this one from "controversial and visionary" director Roger R. Richards. The descriptions for this are wild. "If you have ever questioned the possibility of time travel, extraterrestrial life, advanced top-secret technology, or alternate dimensions, The Observers is a nonstop, must see, mind bender. Awaken to the possibilities of an unimaginable reality, where UFO Dis...
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Everything We Know About The MCU's Blade Movie So Far

Vampires beware: Blade is heading to the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Created by Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan, Eric Brooks debuted in "Tomb of Dracula" #10 in 1973, though that version of the character is drastically different than the one most fans would recognize. Eric's mother was slaughtered by a vampire during his birth, which transformed him into a Dhampir: not fully a monster, but no mere mortal either. Referred to by many as the Daywalker, Eric made it his life's mission to hunt vampires. H...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mahershala Ali, Disney, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, Scarlett Johansson, Wesley Snipes, Marvel Studios, Ali, Luke Cage, Loki, Eric, Kevin Feige, MCU, Mobius


Exploring the Legacy of Arthur Ashe in 'Citizen Ashe' Doc Film Trailer

"He started becoming a citizen of the world." CNN Films + HBO Max + Magnolia Pictures have unveiled an official trailer for a triumphant biopic documentary called Citizen Ashe, which originally premiered at the 2021 Telluride Film Festival this year. One of the next documentaries from filmmaker Sam Pollard following his exquisite MLK/FBI doc that opened earlier this year. Citizen Ashe explores the enduring legacy of tennis great and humanitarian Arthur Ashe, tracing his personal evolution fr...
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