First Trailer and Poster for Coming-of-Age Drama THE WHALER BOY

First look at the Russian coming-of-age drama. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Your Weekend Justice #296: And We’re Back to Dicks

Image: Evan-Amos What is Fresca in this analogy? I’m curious now. Tuffley This episode was recorded November 16, 2021. The innocents have been changed to protect the names. No idea what that means. Agenda: WEJ + ASMR = $$$Why isn’t Cameo on Cameo?Voices that are That GoodEnjoying the new BuzzcocksChief Whore is back?Everyone was a member of Cameo in the 70sHalo series teaserRob has either joined the podcast or is in a hostage situationSummer Camp IslandScott’s very specia...
Tags: Halloween, Music, Television, Movies, Podcasts, Dicks, Drugs, Halo, Weekend Justice, Doctor Who, Marvel, Spider-Man, Brit, Star Trek, Young Avengers, Sirius Xm

1883 Lands Rita Wilson In Guest-Starring Role

The "Yellowstone" prequel "1883" will air its fourth episode on Sunday, January 9. In the three episodes we've seen so far, we've had two big cameos: one was from Billy Bob Thornton (whose take on his character you can check out in our coverage from the red carpet for the show's premiere), one from Tom Hanks who played Civil War General George Meade in episode 2, and now we're getting yet another. Variety reports that Rita Wilson (who is married to Tom Hanks, in case you didn't know) will appear...
Tags: Texas, Television, Movies, News, Montana, America, Tom Hanks, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Seattle, Yellowstone, Wilson, Fort Worth Texas, Rita Wilson, Margaret, Carolyn

Fast cars and superheterodyne radios

This isn’t strictly amateur radio, but I thought you’d find this amusing… In the evenings, when I’m not on the air or fooling around with some electronics project, I like to watch movies from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s on Amazon. They have a great selection. On New Year’s Eve, I watched The Mob starring Broderick Crawford. Made in 1952, Amazon billed as a “film noir detective classic.” Crawford play Johnny D’Amico, a cop who goes underground to bust up a rack on the docks. The cast includes Er...
Tags: Amazon, America, Radio, Ernest Borgnine, Crawford, Highway Patrol, Donna Reed, Everything Else, Loretta Young, Mark Chandler, Broderick Crawford, Johnny D Amico, Broderick Crawford Week, David Niven Crawford, Highway Patrol Highway Patrol, Broderick Crawforrd

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 1/5/22

Comics: Jim Novak, Letterer Alex Jay Tenth Letter of the Alphabet January 3, 2022 http://alphabettenthletter.blogspot.com/2022/01/comics-jim-novak-letterer.html   Rare first edition of The Incredible Hulk comic sells for $490,000 Alison Flood Tue 4 Jan 2022 https://www.theguardian.com/books/2022/jan/04/rare-first-edition-of-the-incredible-hulk-comic-sells-...
Tags: Comics, Australia, Superman, New Zealand, Sony, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, Jared Leto, John Cena, Montgomery County, Tom Gauld, Ian Gordon, Shigeru Mizuki, Mike Rhode, John Cole, Pamela McClintock

Snoopy Strikes Again

"curse you Red Baron!"Snoopy Strikes Again comic book ad, 1970s - Featuring the Peanuts character in a World War I sopwith camel, this plastic model plane also includes a battery powered propeller. The kit, produced by Monogram, also includes a doghouse display stand. Published in Challengers of the Unknown #74.- - - - - - - - - -Home / Ads [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Operation Lovecraft: Fallen Doll Considering Removing “Loli” Body Type

Yet another Western game developer has kowtowed to outrage and angry puritans as the Discord for the crowdfunded and Steam accessible eroge Operation Lovecraft: Fallen Doll announced that talk of lolis and such content is not allowed, and that the developer is considering removing the loli-like “Galatea” body type. A Twitter user brought this information […]
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Big Is Dead And Gone In And Just Like That, And He's Not Coming Back For The Finale

"And Just Like That" has canceled its plans to bring Big back from the grave. In a move that surprised long-time fans and kicked off some bizarre stationary bike drama, the continuation of "Sex and the City" killed off Carrie's leading man, Mr. Big (Chris Noth), in the very first episode ... And they're doing everything they can to make sure he stays dead. The show originally planned to bring Noth back for a "fantasy" moment (more on that later because what does that even mean?) in the "And Just...
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The Beatles: Get Back Gets Special Theatrical Release Exclusively In IMAX

Well, we knew "Spider-Man" couldn't hog all the IMAX screens forever, but it's a huge surprise that it's The Beatles who are coming for their big, big screen appearance when ol' web-head is done with his run.By now, you will have potentially seen the entire 8+ hour run of Peter Jackson's "Get Back" on Disney+. But should your home theater set up not be up to snuff you have a new option, and that's to head to your local IMAX theater on January 30, 2022. You won't get all 8 hours, but you will get...
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A New Beavis And Butt-Head Movie Is Coming To Paramount+

Paramount+ is quickly becoming the home for all of our favorite '90s cartoons. The streaming platform nabbed a killer deal with the creators of "South Park" to host 14 exclusive movies for the next five years, with the first two imagining what the town of South Park would look like after the four boys reached adulthood and endured the world changes caused by COVID-19. Now, the platform has inked another deal, this time with "King of the Hill," "Silicon Valley," and "Idiocracy" creator Mike Judge...
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Shindou Yuusha to Maid Onee-san Enjoys a Hero’s True Rewards

An adaptation of a light novel, Shindou Yuusha to Maid Onee-san (The Prodigy Hero and Older Sister Maids) follows the story of a hero who slew the demon lord to save the world, and was then immediately banished to the countryside for his efforts while someone else took credit – the four maids he obtained […]
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Watch: Mesmerizing Animated 'As Above, So Below' Short 'Leviathan'

Need to escape into something mesmerizing and psychedelic? This 105 second long journey from below to above and back again will take you on a trip like you just dropped some acid, but without the acid (but hey if you want to try that kind of trip for real, why not?). Leviathan is an animated (very) short film made by a Canadian animator / filmmaker / artist named Nick Cross. It's not even two minutes long, but will leave a strong impression on you with all the strange animals and creatures a...
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23-Year-Old Memphis Man Wanted for Young Dolph’s Murder

Police in Memphis have released the name of the man who they believe is responsible for the shooting death of rapper Young Dolph. According to Fox 13 in Memphis, 23-year-old Justin Johnson is wanted for murder after being accused of shooting and killing Young Dolph, whose real name is Adolph Robert Thornton Jr. Dolph, 36, was gunned down on November 17th, 2021 at Makeda’s Homemade Cookies in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee during a routine visit. Two masked gunmen were captured on surveillanc...
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The White Lotus Season 2 Casts Michael Imperioli As Its Star

As god is my witness, I promise I will try my best not to refer to "The White Lotus" season 2 as "Christopher Moltisanti Takes a Vacation," but I also don't believe in god so all bets are off. In an exclusive news release over at Deadline, we've finally got the first major casting announcement for the highly-anticipated second season of Mike White's "The White Lotus" with Michael Imperioli. Well, the first major new casting announcement, because we found out back in October that national treasur...
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Daily Podcast: The Book Of Boba Fett Spoiler Discussion – Episode 2 'The Tribes Of Tatooine'

On the January 5, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by editor Brad Oman and Star Wars expert Bryan Young to have a spoiler discussion about "The Book of Boba Fett" episode 2, "The Tribes of Tatooine."Opening Banter:In The Spoiler Room: The Book of Boba Fett Episode 2 "The Tribes of Tatooine"FeedbackThe robot dogs.Sam Witwer voiced the Rodian prisoner.Jabba's palace shot was repurposed: The shot of the hallway 37 seconds into Chapter 1 is a zoomed stil...
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Every DC Movie Made Prior To The DCEU Ranked From Worst To Best

With the creative success of "Birds of Prey" and "The Suicide Squad" and films like "Black Adam," "Shazam! The Fury of the Gods," and the multiverse-spanning "The Flash" on the way, the DC Extended Universe has finally found its footing. The DCEU got off to a controversial start with 2013's "Man of Steel," but has since proved that it's as comfortable with comedy as it is with super-heroics.However, it was Richard Donner's 1978 "Superman" that became the first DC film to meet with real success, ...
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Superhero Bits: Black Widow Was Pirated Like Crazy, Steven DeKnight Wants To Make A Superman Movie & 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:A familiar character appears to be joining "I Am Groot""Daredevil" showrunner wants to make a "Superman" movie"Black Widow" was pirated a whole bunchSebastian Stan hasn't see...
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John Cusack & Emile Hirsch in Hacker Action Thriller 'Pursuit' Trailer

"Keep me alive and I will give you names." Lionsgate has revealed an official trailer for an action film titled Pursuit, a new film from genre filmmaker Brian Skiba. Another of these forgettable direct-to-video looking action movies? Unfortunately. John Cusack and Emile Hirsch star in this action thriller about a troubled cop's hunt for a ruthless hacker, who’s committing savage violence as he searches for his kidnapped wife. But is Calloway's crime-boss father somehow involved in this explo...
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A Higher Power Takes Over in Horror Film 'A Banquet' Official Trailer

"I can feel something inside of me…" IFC Midnight has revealed the official trailer for an indie horror film from the UK titled A Banquet, made by a Scottish filmmaker named Ruth Paxton. This premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year, and hit a bunch of others including Fantastic Fest, Beyond Fest, Montclair, and London. Widowed mother Holly is radically tested when her teenage daughter Betsey experiences a profound enlightenment and insists her body is no longer her own, but in servi...
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Every Star Wars Easter Egg You May Have Missed In The Book Of Boba Fett Chapter 2

Episode 2 of "The Book of Boba Fett" is an interesting one. I'm still not sure how this guy is a crime lord but also a really awesome guy, or that we needed this show after "The Mandalorian," but here we are. At least in the second episode, the fighting has gone from "Xena: Warrior Princess" to something resembling real action. (I love "Xena." I'm just clear on what it is.) Let's dive into some Easter eggs, shall we?Needless to say, there are major spoilers here for "The Tribes of Tatooine." You...
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Boba Fett Is Now Much More Intimidating Without The Helmet

Since his introduction to the "Star Wars" canon nearly 45 years ago, a huge part of the allure and subsequent popularity surrounding Boba Fett was due to his character's mystery. Fett's favoritism developed first in an aesthetic sense, with his awesome armor, super cool ship, inexplicable ability to put Darth Vader on edge, and an incredibly rad helmet design. In the original trilogy, we never see what Boba Fett looks like under his armor (No, I am not counting original Boba Fett actor Jeremy Bu...
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Macaulay Culkin Says He Almost Worked As A WWE Writer

By Carly Tennes Published: January 05th, 2022
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Artist Sano-BR Adores Voluptuous Anime Girls

Popular artist Sano-BR continues to impress with his work, each depicting a famous anime girl in various states of undress, and bearing the proportions their fans would likely prefer they have in the original source. Sano-BR seems to prefer Dragon Ball, Boku no Hero Academia, and One Piece girls above others, as indicated by his […]
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No, That Book Of Boba Fett Flashback And Attack Of The Clones Scene Don't Perfectly Match ... And That's Okay

There's just something about "Star Wars," isn't there? Ever since taking an entire generation by storm and lighting their collective imaginations on fire back in 1977, George Lucas' unfathomably popular story about Jedi, princesses, lovable rogues, and space opera adventures continues to have the same effect on countless fans around the globe. It's the biggest reason why we're driven to scrutinize every Easter egg and dive deep into the many influences that make up "Star Wars." The overall react...
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The New Episode Of The Book Of Boba Fett Was Shot By One Of The Greatest Cinematographers Of All Time

"The Tribes of Tatooine," this week's episode of "The Book of Boba Fett," brought much to the table. We got more of Boba's backstory, a whole lot more of the Tatooine underworld, and a whole lot of good-looking, cinematic goods. It turns out, this is in large part due to the fact that one of the best cinematographers ever shot the episode. That man is none other than the legendary Dean Cundey.If the name is not instantly familiar to you, Cundey's resume most certainly will be. As a cinematograph...
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Interest rates climb as Fed looks to shrink balance sheet

Although the Fed hasn't set a timetable for shrinking its balance sheet, it's likely to do so more quickly than it did after the 2007-09 recession.
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That Time Germans Waged War (Against Potato Beetles)

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: January 05th, 2022
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3 top-producing agents form the first new Compass team of 2022

The Philly and The Burbs Team will operate out of The Promenade in Upper Dublin in Philadelphia and represent more than $400 million in sales volume. This is Compass' first new team of 2022.
Tags: Radio, Philadelphia, Compass, Philly, Adam Brown, Upper Dublin, Brokerage, Select, Compass expansion, Ashlee Check, Josh Hersz, Philadelphia real estate market, The Philly + The Burbs Group

Here's When You Can Watch Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City At Home

A deadly organism breaks out of a corporate lab and dooms us all -- the cinematic horror universe established by Paul W.S. Anderson keeps mutating like a persistent virus, and the latest variant is ready to invade your home. After a theatrical release in November of last year netting a worldwide total of $31.8 million, Johannes Roberts' "Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City" feature will finally be available for home viewing. The movie, from Sony Pictures Releasing, fell victim to the pandemic...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Roberts, Capcom, Comicbook, Tom Hopper, Paul W S Anderson, Johannes Roberts, Umbrella Corporation, Bryan Bertino, Chris Evangelista, Claire Redfield, Sony Pictures Releasing, Raccoon City, Avan Jogia Zombieland

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