Money Heist Is Getting A Spin-Off Series On Netflix

We are getting a spin-off of "Money Heist," the popular Spanish language Netflix series also known as "La Casa de Papel," according to Variety. The news reportedly came during an event for the series on Tuesday, with cast members taking part in a live question and answer session, "from the Palacio Vistalegre in the south of Madrid, with more than 5,000 fans in attendance." Pedro Alonso, who plays Berlin, announced that the series will be back with a spin-off about his character's origin story. T...
Tags: Europe, Television, Movies, News, Berlin, Spain, Netflix, Madrid, Bella, Alonso, Pedro Alonso, La Casa de Papel, Jesús Colmenar, Palacio Vistalegre, Hovik Keuchkerian Bogotá, Sierra José Manuel Poga Gandía

Rust Weapons Expert Sheds Some Unsurprising Light On The Tragic Shooting

Questions are still arising from the shooting on the set of the period Western film "Rust" in October, in which actor Alec Baldwin fired a shot from an on-set weapon during rehearsal that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded the film's director, Joel Souza. The Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office has been investigating the cause of the shooting and figuring out how a live round made it into a gun used on the production, and detectives have released an affidavit that answers few questi...
Tags: Movies, News, Alec Baldwin, Reed, Kenney, Seth, Dave Halls, Zachry, Starline Brass, Joel Souza, Santa Fe County Sheriff s Office, Halyna Hutchins, Hannah Gutierrez Reed, Gutierrez Reed, Sarah Zachry, Thell Reed

Wooden Ships, Iron Men, 'Splodey Shells

When we think of the tactics of the 18th Century running into the harsh reality of 19th Century industrial technology, we usually think of Union troops assaulting into the massed rifle fire of entrenched Confederates or Mahdists falling in windrows to British Maxim guns. One example of this collision that's less well known is the Battle of Sinop, a naval engagement in the opening stages of what was to become called The Crimean War. An expanding and industrializing Russia had been bumping up...
Tags: Games, Guns, France, Virginia, Russia, US, History, Danube, Austria, Britain, Ships, Black Sea, Tam, Hampton Roads, Caucasus, Prussia

How to find happiness in real estate? Do what you love

They say if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life. Well, real estate is certainly work, but there is a way to make sure you're successful and happy. Here's the secret according to Jay Thompson.
Tags: Opinion, Happiness, Passion, Service, Radio, Agent, Columns, Business Advice, Agent advice, Select, Outsource, Jay Thompson, Marketing Advice

Bernie Wrightson original art - Punisher P.O.V. #2 pages

click to enlarge Original Bernie Wrightson spread from Punisher P.O.V. #2 - - - - - - - - - - Home / Original art / Wrightson original art ebay  >Wrightson original art [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Magnus Robot Fighter #21 - Russ Manning art

Magnus Robot Fighter #21 Magnus Robot Fighter v1 #21, 1968 - Commanded by a mysterious voice, Xykol and Derkaiser combine technology and black magic to take over North Am. Only Magnus, aided by Native American spells, can stop their conquest. Themes of sorcery and the supernatural allow for many fantastical images. Russ Manning handles each theme splendidly, from his bird-like transformation [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Science Fiction, Comics, Unknown, 1960s, Manning, Magnus, Russ Manning, Magnus Robot Fighter, Gold Key, Magnus Robot Fighter 21 Magnus Robot Fighter, Derkaiser

Japanese Truck Driver Arrested for Embezzling PS5 & Switch Consoles

The Kamata Police Station in Tokyo has reported the arrest of a truck driver selling packages containing Nintendo Switches, PS5s, and physical games to resellers to make a personal profit. The suspect, Fuyuki Minemura, had no permanent address or occupation on record, which should have raised concerns from the beginning. He acknowledged the charges leveled […]
Tags: Games, Crime, Money, Theft, Playstation, Nintendo, Tokyo, Anime, Nintendo Switch, PS5, Kamata Police Station, Fuyuki Minemura

One Piece: Pirate Recipes Reveals Sanji’s Cooking Secrets

Viz has announced a cookbook featuring some of the great recipes perfected by the amorous Sanji, the cook of the Straw Hats pirates from One Piece, a book curious fans may be interested in if they want to try eating like a Pirate King. Titled “One Piece: Pirate Recipes“, the book contains over 40 recipes […]
Tags: Food, Cook, Anime, VIZ Media, Anime Goods, One Piece, Shonen Jump, Shueisha, Straw Hats, Sanji

Artist Hera Enjoys Sexually Depicting the Newest Anime Girls

Hera (Hara0742), an artist with a long portfolio full of nude pictures of anime and game girls, will potentially be a favorite amongst art appreciators as the individual has a habit of drawing girls that emerge from the latest games and anime, surely helpful for those who become infatuated with such newly found females. The […]
Tags: Parody, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Hera, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery

Jules Verne

Claireface is descended from Aureliaface
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And Just Like That Trailer: Can Some Things Change?

"The more I live, the more I find that, if you have good friends in your corner, anything is possible." So begins the latest, and likely final, trailer before the premiere of the new "Sex and the City" revival, "And Just Like That..." Where we previously had a premiere month to look forward to, we now have an official date: Thursday, December 9.What's more, we're getting two episodes in a row. Both the first and second episodes of the revival are written and directed by series producer Michael P...
Tags: News, Television, Trailers

Rupert Grint Joins Peter Weller, Tim Blake Nelson, And More In Guillermo Del Toro's Cabinet Of Curiosities

"Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities" was already operating with a stacked cast when we reported on the show's revamp back in September, but the Netflix horror anthology has added another well-known name to its lineup. Rupert Grint (your favorite "Harry Potter" redhead ... Probably) is teaming up with Del Toro and getting in on all the spooky scary madness. At this point, I don't know if there's anything Del Toro could do to make this show more or less appealing. He's bringing on a swath...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Guillermo Del Toro, Harry Potter, Stanley Kubrick, Rupert Grint, Vincenzo Natali, Toro, Del Toro, Guillermo, Tim Blake Nelson, Cabinet Of Curiosities, Grint, Essie Davis

15 Underrated Westerns You Need To Watch

The western is a great genre but an odd one in nature. It covers a very specific era, and is filled with easily identifiable tropes and archetypes (including a few that haven't aged particularly well), and yet there is so much variety within it. This has, in turn, led to a vast number of iconic films. In fact, there are so many great westerns that some gems are always going to be overlooked.This is a list of the best underrated westerns that we think deserve a wider audience. This is not a list ...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Australia, Neil Young, Ford, Marlon Brando, Johnny Depp, Stagecoach, Jim Jarmusch, Kent, William Blake, Jack, Tobey Maguire, Mark Ruffalo, Cannes, James Stewart

'Rust' armorer was 'very emotional' and 'agitated' after fatal shooting, according to newly released police report

This Oct. 23, 2021, file photo, shows the Bonanza Creek Ranch in Santa Fe, N.M., where actor Alec Baldwin pulled the trigger on a prop gun while filming “Rust” and unwittingly killed a cinematographer and injured a director.Associated Press/Jae C. Hong The Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office released new documents Tuesday related to the "Rust" shooting incident. The documents include police reports from the day of the fatal accident. In October, two people were shot, one fatally, on the film...
Tags: News, Entertainment, Trends, Charles Davis, Santa Fe, Alec Baldwin, Nicolas Cage, Rust, Reed, Hanna, Joel Souza, Santa Fe County Sheriff s Office, Bonanza Creek Ranch, Halyna Hutchins, Rust shooting, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed

The Boys Season 3 Will Explore The Vought Of The '60s, '70s, And '80s

At the end of the second season of Amazon Prime's "The Boys," we got a sneak peek into the history of Vought Enterprises and the creation of compound V, which turns normal people into superheroes. In season 3, which has finished production and should be hitting our screens sometime soon, we're apparently going to get a lot more background on Vought and its many poorly-behaved supes, including heroes from the '60s, '70s, and '80s. While the series has mostly riffed on current comic book propertie...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, America, Variety, Kripke, Laurie Holden, Jensen Ackles, Eric Kripke, Vought, Stormfront Aya Cash, Illuminerdi, Vought Enterprises

Jordan Peele's Nope Has Wrapped Production

Good news, Jordan Peele fans. The acclaimed helmer of "Get Out" and "Us" has officially wrapped production on his third directorial feature, "Nope."There's still not much word on any plot specifics, but Indiewire (by way of Variety) reports that Hoyte van Hoytema served as the film's cinematographer and that he and Peele shot "Nope" on Kodak film, including 65mm in IMAX. Hoytema has an impressive list of credits that includes "Let the Right One In," "The Fighter," "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy," "H...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, News, Kodak, Cbs, Nolan, Hoyte Van Hoytema, Indiewire, Variety, Judas, Peele, Jordan Peele, Michael Wincott, Steven Yeun, Wally Pfister, Daniel Kaluuya

Mel Brooks Interview from AP

Mel Brooks Interview at AP The post Mel Brooks Interview from AP appeared first on Jumbo Dump.
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What is Cuffing Season and Why Is It Called That?

By Carly Tennes Published: November 30th, 2021
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DC Universe Online Developers Creating Marvel MMO

During an investor presentation, Dimensional Ink Studios, the developers behind DC Universe Online, have let it be known that they are developing an MMO based on the Marvel IP, and despite the quality of most modern Marvel creations, fans might actually have something to look forward to. The news was brought up by a Twitter […]
Tags: Games, Marvel, Dc Comics, Leak, Anime, MMORPG, Adaptations, DC Universe Online

Compass appoints CoreLogic CEO to board of directors

Frank Martell has been with CoreLogic since 2011. As a member of Compass' board, he'll be tasked with helping guide the company forward.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Compass, CoreLogic, Brokerage, News Brief, Frank Martell

Fed still considering faster tapering of support for mortgages

Speaking before the Senate Banking Committee Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the recent rise in COVID-19 cases and the emergence of the Omicron variant does pose "downside risks to employment and economic activity and increased uncertainty for inflation."
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Federal Reserve, Mortgage Rates, Fed, Jerome Powell, Tapering, Markets & Economy, Omicron, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Senate Banking Committee Federal Reserve Chair

Zillow cancels 400 Zillow Offers contracts due to closing restraints

Hundreds of sellers awaiting new builds will have to sell their homes another way after Zillow canceled contracts for closings set for late 2022 through its defunct iBuyer, Zillow Offers.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Zillow, Select, Ibuyers, Zillow Offers, Ibuying, Homesellers, Homeselling, Zillow Offers contracts

Channel Islands gets two more music radio stations on DAB

Two brand new non-stop music stations – Nation 60s and Nation Hits – have been added today to the Channel Islands’ DAB multiplex. Nation 60s will do what it says on the tin – with songs from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Aretha Franklin and Elvis Presley, whilst Nation Hits will play today’s music from The Weekend, David Guetta, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and Adele. Nation’s Founder Jason Bryant said; “We’re excited to bring Jersey and Guernsey two additional services that bo...
Tags: Digital, Radio, Elvis Presley, Channel Islands, Jersey, Guernsey, Nation Broadcasting, Jason Bryant, Rolling Stones The Beach Boys Aretha Franklin, David Guetta Taylor Swift Ed Sheeran, Adele Nation

Every Detective In Law & Order Ranked Worst To Best

Over 31 years since its debut, "Law & Order" remains a television mainstay, a decades-old franchise with multiple successful spin-offs still airing. The stately old series is so beloved that its original chicken soup for the cop drama soul formula is staging a comeback. As before, and just as we like it, half the episode will go to the police who investigate the crime, and the other half to the district attorneys who prosecute the accused. Compared to most cop dramas, "Law & Order" is thin on th...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Green, New York Times, Martin, Logan, Bernard, Curtis, McCoy, Van Buren, Intelligence Division, Lupo, Fontana, Falco, Deborah

Kevin Can F*** Himself Is F***ing Itself For The Last Time With Second And Final Season

If you haven't already tuned in to AMC's dramedy, "Kevin Can F*** Himself," now is the time to experience the great dramedy starring Emmy award winner Annie Murphy of "Schitt's Creek" fame. Murphy plays Allison McRoberts, a housewife from Worcester, Massachusetts trapped in a cringeworthy marriage to the titular Kevin, an irresponsible, insensitive, idiotic, and straight-up emotionally abusive manchild who acts like a character written by an A.I. bot who has only watched "King of Queens" and "Fa...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Amc, Queens, Worcester, Amc Networks, McDermott, Patty, Murphy, Kevin, Creek, Allison, Worcester Massachusetts, Annie Murphy, AMC Studios

The Matrix Resurrections Plot Details And Images Promise A Movie That 'Throws Down The Matrix Gauntlet Again'

Party like it's 1999 all over again. In 2021 alone, we've received a "Space Jam" sequel, a "Friends" reunion, a prequel to "The Sopranos," and now we're collectively looking forward to yet another "Matrix" sequel ... which is, apparently, not just another sequel. It's still hard to believe that Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Lana Wachowski are all returning to their familiar roles in this very familiar, yet no less groundbreaking world of "The Matrix." It's no exaggeration to say that the o...
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Why Zillow’s iBuying flop is just a blip, not a bad omen

Many have pointed to the failure of Zillow Offers as proof that the Zestimate is inaccurate, but the company’s struggles actually reinforce the critical role that quality automated valuation technology plays in the iBuying process.
Tags: Opinion, Radio, Zillow, Markets & Economy, Select, Opendoor, Zestimate, HouseCanary, Ibuyers, Offerpad, Ibuying, Automated Valuation Model

Getsuyoubi no Tawawa Still About Big Breasts

Getsuyoubi no Tawawa‘s top-heavy Ai-chan has served as the target for her naughty friend once again as the two then go out shopping, the girls then running into another familiar character before heading back home. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Wedding, Anime, Schoolgirls, Yuri, Ai Chan, Oppai, Image Gallery, Getsuyoubi no Tawawa, Tawawa, Yokohama Animation Lab

Record increase in Fannie, Freddie loan limits fuels debate

Rapid home price appreciation during the pandemic means loan limits for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will make a record-breaking leap in 2022, fueling a debate over whether that's ultimately in the best interests of would-be homebuyers struggling to find homes they can afford.
Tags: Regulations, Radio, Mortgage, Mortgage Rates, Freddie Mac, FHFA, Fannie Mae, Sandra Thompson, Fannie Freddie, Markets & Economy, Housing Policy Council, Conforming Loan Limit

A Knotty Issue (Limerick)

“Though it’s fine that my boyfriend is naughty, A bit bossy and bad-ass and dotty, His obsession with bots Has me tied up in knots. So I can’t tie the knot with that hottie.”
Tags: Bad Behavior, Humor, Limerick, Battle Of The Sexes, Tying The Knot, Limericks, Marriage Humor, Marriage Limerick, Behavior & Personality, Bawdy Limericks, Dating Humor, Computer Humor, Technology Humor, Technology Limerick, Dating Limerick, Bot Humor

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