Betancourt on bisexual Superman

The story of how Superman came out as bisexual: It 'makes perfect sense' [in print as How Superman came out as bisexual]. By David Betancourt Washington Post November 17, 2021 p. C1, 4 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/11/16/superman-bisexual-comic-jon-kent/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Mystic #6 - Basil Wolverton art

Mystic #6 Mystic v1 #6, 1952 - Returning to Earth from Venus, a tired and haggard astronaut is met by a lone observer at a weather station. He recounts being attacked by large floating eyeballs that absorb their prey. This sci-fi tale is perfectly suited for Basil Wolverton's weirdly appealing style. His drawings are enhanced by purposeful lines and textures. Deceptively simple, the artwork is [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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A Friendly Orc Is Raped by Elves in Horny Elves & a Moral Orc

Horny Elves and a Moral Orc has reversed a classic staple as the eroge stars a friendly orc possessing no desire to rape elves, who ends up running into vulnerable elf girls that instead rape the orc for once, and sure to be a refreshing change of pace. Set in a world where orcs were […]
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The Original Suspicion Ending Alfred Hitchcock Wanted Us To See

When Alfred Hitchcock's "Suspicion" begins, we see nothing but black. Only the charismatic voice of Cary Grant can be heard speaking to us through the dark. "Oh, I beg your pardon. Is that your leg?" he asks. "I had no idea we were going into a tunnel." To be quite frank, neither did we, the viewers, who for the next hour and forty minutes spend our time sympathizing with Lina (Joan Fontaine), the young, bookish blonde who finds herself falling madly in love with Grant's magnetic playboy, Mr. Jo...
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You'd Probably Hate Living Like a Billionaire

By Carly Tennes Published: November 18th, 2021
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Did you know that I am currently playing DnD on twitch with a bunch of my other webcomics friends??? Did you know you can go to twitch.tv/weregeekcomics to watch? We'll be playing tonight, 11/28/2021 at 6pm EST! I play a kobold ranger who is an absolute idiot.
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Super Mario Bros. 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.)It feels like it was just yesterday -- as opposed to nearly two months ago, a lifetime in internet-years -- when we all collectively came to a standstill to gawk like rubberneckers on a highway at the news that Nintendo, Illumination, and Universal Pictures were all teaming up for an animated "Super Mario Bros." movie. Namely, th...
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The Daily Stream: Identity Has All The Thrills You Need In 90 Minutes Flat

(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: "Identity"Where You Can Stream It: NetflixThe Pitch: Listen, don't tell my fellow feminists I said this, but one of my favorite movie lines is, "Whores don't get a second chance." Part neo-noir, part slasher, and thoroughly acted to hell and back by a cast that knows exactly what kind of movie they're making, James Mangold...
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Everything We Know About Netflix's Freeridge So Far

After four seasons, the popular Netflix teen dramedy "On My Block" said their farewells, but the story of the fictitious neighborhood of Freeridge Los Angeles will continue on, in the "On My Block" spin-off for Netflix called "Freeridge."Executive producers and co-creators Lauren Iungerich and Jamie Dooner, are returning for "Free Ridge" following their fulfillment of the new supernatural teen series "Boo, Bitch" starring Lana Condor of "To All The Boys I've Loved Before." Jamie Uyeshiro, Eddie ...
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The 5 Worst Things That Happened In Tiger King 2, Which We Watched So You Don't Have To

Netflix's "Tiger King" hit us all at our most vulnerable, trapped inside in the early days of the pandemic and looking for any kind of escape. The tawdry tale of Joe "Tiger King" Exotic and his nemesis, Carole Baskin, was full of trashy twists and colorful characters. It became a massive hit for the streaming network, though some critics and fans wondered about the moral implications of giving attention to such terrible people. Now, Netflix has dropped "Tiger King" season 2, which promises to di...
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Ani-Gamers Podcast #165 – Metroid Fusion: You're a Computer, I Have a Gun

It’s Metroid Time again! Evan and David dive back into 2-D Metroid with a review of Metroid Fusion for the Game Boy Advance. There’s some Dread talk in here too since Evan finished it and keeps comparing it and Fusion. Topics include: sexist commanding officers, the worst spider in history, and fix your N64 emulator Nintendo. Thank you to Patrick Sutton for editing this episode! Runtime:  1 hour, 18 minutes Direct Download RSS Feed iTunes Spotify Stitcher Google Music Send us F...
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How Robin Williams Got Matt Damon His Saving Private Ryan Role

Real-life pals and would-be kissing buddies Matt Damon and Ben Affleck broke out as not just actors but also writers thanks to 19997's "Good Will Hunting," a drama that landed the pair Oscars for their original script. It also snagged an Academy Award for Robin Williams' performance as Sean Maguire, the haunted therapist who connects with the equally tormented academic prodigy Will Hunting (Damon) and gets him to open himself emotionally over the course of the film.A year later, Affleck was savi...
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Superhero Bits: Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Cast Reactions, The Batman Animated Series Comes To Blu-Ray & 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:"Spider-Man: No Way Home" stars react to the new trailer."The Batman" animated series is finally coming to Blu-ray.Tom Holland thinks it might be time for a Miles Morales "Sp...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Superman, Robert Pattinson, James Bond, Holland, Daniel Craig, Batman, Seattle, Hailee Steinfeld, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Cool Stuff, Blu, Michael B Jordan

Movies Like Heat That Are Definitely Worth Watching

When director Michael Mann was cutting the iconic downtown LA shootout for his blue-hued 1995 neo-noir masterpiece "Heat," he initially set the scene to a foley mix of faux gunfire. But it just wasn't right. He swapped out the track for sound captured on location. "We shot with full-load blanks," the auteur told Vulture. "We were in these glass and steel canyons and the gunfire reverberated in a certain real way, so they had an authenticity to the place that really was unique."Mann has claimed t...
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Yume Minami Swimsuit Figure Exuding Outrageous Amounts of Moe

Those who enjoyed watching SSSS.DYNAZENON (or, at least enjoyed ogling its females) will probably be fascinated by this figure of the gorgeous Yume Minami, as it depicts her wearing a swimsuit and will surely be hotly coveted by collectors – Minami can grace collections when she arrives in May 2022. Yume Minami can be pre-ordered […]
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5-year study finds Bitcoin is a way better investment than real estate

A study published by Point2Homes.com revealed extensive return on investment comparisons between the most popular form of cryptocurrency and real estate. The results are staggering.
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Movies Like Requiem For A Dream You Really Need To See

"Requiem For a Dream" (2000) is not a movie for the faint of heart. The stylish-but-grim psychological drama bleakly portrays the horrors of drug addiction and its devastating effects on the human psyche. Directed by Darren Aronofsky and based on the novel by Hubert Selby Jr., the story follows lonely single mom Sara Goldfarb (Ellen Burstyn) who becomes addicted to diet pills, while her son Harry (Jared Leto), his girlfriend, Marion (Jennifer Connoly), and his friend Tyrone (Marlon Wayans) becom...
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‘Closed’ Means Closed: NAR Gives DOJ a Vocabulary Lesson

If the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) didn’t know the difference between open and closed, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) made sure to tell them. The legal battle between the two parties resurfaced after NAR filed a motion in U.S. District Court on Nov. 12, using the DOJ’s words against them. “The Antitrust Division has now confirmed that it entered into a binding settlement with NAR, under which it ‘did agree to issue a closing letter confirming to NAR that it had closed an invest...
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Isabelle Fuhrman in Award-Winning Rowing Film 'The Novice' Trailer

"We can't be psychotic like you, some of us have lives!" IFC Films has unveiled a trailer for The Novice, an intense rowing thriller marking the feature directorial debut of filmmaker Lauren Hadaway. She worked on Hollywood movies for years in various sound positions, including ADR editing. The film premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival this year, and won three top prizes: Best Actress, Best Cinematography, and Best Narrative Feature Film. A queer college freshman joins her university'...
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Tom Holland 'Got Really Scared' Meeting Willem Dafoe On Spider-Man: No Way Home Set

Spider-Man is commonly regarded as one of the most relatable heroes ever created -- and, you know what, I'm not sure anyone embodies this concept any better than Tom Holland does. The popular actor simply can't keep a secret no matter how hard he tries. He's also just as passionate about Spider-Man as any lifelong fan is, and he is apparently scared to death of unexpectedly coming face-to-face with famous actors. Who among us can't see a bit of ourselves in him? Fresh off of revealing just how c...
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Seeking nominations for the top executives who are helping brands and agencies master gaming

The New York Subliners compete against the Atlanta FaZe during the Call of Duty League Launch Weekend at The Armory on Jan 26, 2020 in Minneapolis.Bruce Kluckhohn/USA Today Sports/Reuters Insider is seeking nominations for a list of execs spearheading advertising in video games and esports. They're people leading the gaming divisions at agencies and brands and esports and video game companies working with advertisers. Submit your nominations by December 6. Insider is looking for nominatio...
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Zoey's Extraordinary Christmas Trailer: Zoey's Back This December

NBC pulled the plug on the musical comedy series "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" earlier this year, but fans of the dearly departed show won't be left completely hanging: while it will be on a totally different network, a Christmas movie is coming out soon to presumably wrap things up for good. Now there's a trailer which showcases Zoey's desire to deck her halls for an old-fashioned family holiday celebration. But like "Christmas Vacation" protagonist Clark Griswold and so many other good-natur...
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The 12 Best Characters In Better Call Saul Ranked

Any concerns that "Better Call Saul," Vince Gilligan's "Breaking Bad" spinoff exploring the origins of shifty lawyer Saul Goodman, would pale in comparison to the groundbreaking template set by the flagship show were quickly dismissed after its stellar pilot, not to mention a run of standout episodes. After a 5th season that pushed "Better Call Saul" to its greatest heights yet, there's even a case to be made that the spinoff has surpassed the original.Expectations are incredibly high for the up...
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South Park: Post Covid First Look: Paramount+ Special Gives A Dark Glimpse Of The Future

Here's a hypothetical question for you: how would you spend $900 million if you just happened to have that ridiculous sum just laying around? For "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the answer's incredibly straightforward: Run to the bank, cash those checks, and invest towards a whole slew of planned "South Park" productions. Word first broke in August of 2021 that MTV Entertainment Studios and ViacomCBS Inc. had reached an unimaginably large deal approaching $1 billion that includ...
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West Side Story Featurette: Something's Coming

Could it be? Yes, it could. Somethin's comin', somethin' good ... if I can wait. This new featurette makes that last part seriously tricky, though. The release date for Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story" is fast approaching — that's December 10, 2021, FYI — and now, just to make the wait that much harder for the rest of us, we have this lovely featurette. It's only a few minutes long, but it offers some beautiful behind-the-scenes looks at the production, including watching the cast tearfully ...
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Jamie Dornan Has Met With Kevin Feige About Possibly Joining The MCU

Jamie Dornan has set his sights on joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The "Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar" and "Fifty Shades of Grey" actor had a long chat with The New York Times to promote his upcoming film, "Belfast," where he revealed that he's intent on joining the world of spandex-clad heroes one way or another.  Time For Dornan To Suit Up According to the interview with the NYT, Dornan has met with Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige about joining the biggest franchise on the planet. P...
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Nation’s largest MLS teases upcoming tech investments

California Regional MLS CEO Art Carter highlights broker discomfort after Zillow's acquisition of ShowingTime and Compass' acquisition of Glide.
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'Harry Potter's Plans To Keep J.K. Rowling Away

By JM McNab Published: November 18th, 2021
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Freddie Survey Shows Rate Uptick

With widespread uncertainty about the path of inflation and the Fed publicly mulling its own rate hikes and bond tapering, mortgage rates began moving upward this week, jumping 0.12% in the space of a week to 3.10%, according to a new survey from Freddie Mac. “The combination of rising inflation and consumer spending is driving mortgage rates higher,” said Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s chief economist in a statement. “Shoppers looking to buy a home are fueling strong demand while ongoing inventory s...
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Watch: 'Remember' - A Visual Poem Film About Interconnectedness

"Remember the sky you were born under. Know each of the star's stories…" This is a must watch 3-minute visual poem short film from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference 2021. They commissioned a set of three visual poems for the event this year, and this is one - now online. Remember is based on the words of the first Native American US poet laureate Joy Harjo, a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation. It's directed by award-winning filmmaker Jessica Sanders. It's a really lovely, calming three mi...
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