Entertainment


 

Detective Comics #64 - Jack Kirby art + 1st Boy Commandos

Detective Comics #64 Detective Comics v1 #64, 1942 - Backing up the main Batman feature, the Boy Commandos make their debut thanks to creators Jack Kirby and Joe Simon. These Nazi-fighting boy soldiers come from different Allied countries: Pierre Chavard (French), Jan Haasen (Dutch), Alfy Twidgett (English) and Brooklyn (American). Rip Carter, their adult handler, keeps them focused on winning [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Ted Ignacio, Detective Comics, Detective Comics 64 Detective Comics, Pierre Chavard, Brooklyn American Rip Carter


Rabid Bull Randomly Explodes Into China Shop

A popular phrase has been replicated in real life in the most literal sense as a runaway buffalo managed to bulldoze its way into a restaurant in Taizhou of China’s Jiangsu Province, injuring a man in the process before causing destruction and running back out. Suffering multiple leg injuries, the maimed man was dragged to […]
Tags: China, Accidents, Animals, International, Bizarre, Anime, Jiangsu, Jiangsu Province, Rabid Bull Randomly Explodes Into China Shop, Taizhou of China


Andrew Garfield Was Sold On No Way Home Because Of One Key Moment

The presence of several Spider-Men in "Spider-Man: No Way Home" was one of the coolest things about the film. It was handled beautifully, and considering the audience response, you thought so as well. It was wonderful to not only see Tom Holland reprise his role in the MCU but to revisit Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's versions of our friendly, neighborhood superhero was a treat. Garfield recently did an interview with Variety where he was asked about other actors returning and what he would...
Tags: Movies, News, Queens, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Andrew Garfield, Kirsten Dunst, Tobey Maguire, Garfield, Peter, Gwen, MJ, Tom Holland, Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, MCU


Josh Kramer relaunches his newsletter on Substack

Click here for info - https://joshkramer.substack.com/p/a-new-newsletter?showWelcome=true [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Josh Kramer


Tales to Astonish #35 - Jack Kirby art & cover, Steve Ditko art + 1st Antman

Jack Kirby Tales to Astonish v1 #35, 1962 - In his second appearance on this series, scientist Hank Pym uses his shrinking serum on himself to save his colleagues from Russian spies. Donning a costume and newly invented cybernetic helmet, this is his first appearance as Ant-man. Jack Kirby's story art is typically well drawn and organized, though his cover takes distortion a bit too far. In  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Horror, Marvel, Keys, Jack Kirby, 1960s, Kirby, Steve Ditko, AntMan, Ditko, Ted Ignacio, Hank Pym, Tales to Astonish, 1st Appearances


Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Happy Putsch-aversary"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist, Mike Flugennock - "Happy Putsch-aversary" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3369 It may have been a putsch from a Mel Brooks movie, but it was still a  goddamn putsch. And what is our so-called "opposition party" doing  about it? From the looks of things — much like reproductive rights —  the Democrats have absolutely no plans to actually DO ANYTHING about  it other than dragging their "investigation" out as long as they can  so they can use it to f...
Tags: Comics, Congress, House, Mel Brooks, Msn, Huffington Post, Capitol, Yahoo News, Greene, Matt Gaetz, Mike Rhode, Mike Flugennock, Gaetz, Andrew Buncombe, David Badash, Marjorie Taylor Greene


NPR reviews Tunnels

Graphic novel 'Tunnels,' about archaeology in Israel, excavates human motivations Etelka Lehoczky December 28, 2021 https://www.npr.org/2021/12/28/1067179495/graphic-novel-tunnels-about-archaeology-in-israel-excavates-human-motivations [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Israel, Npr, Mike Rhode, Etelka Lehoczky


New Trailer and Poster for Roland Emmerich’s MOONFALL

Emmerich's latest disaster movie comes to UK/ROI cinemas in February. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, Poster, Roland Emmerich, Emmerich, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, Moonfall


First Trailer and Poster for Vampire Comedy BITE ME

The bloodsucking rom-com comes to UK/ROI VOD in February. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: UK, Movies, The Movie Waffler


New Trailer and Poster for Folk-Horror THE LAST THING MARY SAW

The period horror comes to Shudder this month. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Poster, Mary, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, Shudder


Realogy calls on NAR to eliminate commission-sharing requirement

Realogy is publicly calling on the National Association of Realtors to kill a requirement that listing brokers offer commissions to buyer brokers in order to submit listings to Realtor-affiliated multiple listing services.
Tags: Radio, Antitrust, Agent, NAR, National Association of Realtors, Coldwell Banker, Realogy, Brokerage, Select, NAR Code of Ethics, Ryan Gorman, Sitzer, MLS & Associations, Mantill Williams, Commission Rule, Tom Hurdelbrink


Tensei Kenja no Isekai Life Does Battle With Helpful Slimes

Fans were treated to the first trailer of the upcoming Tensei Kenja no Isekai Life (My Isekai Life: I Gained a Second Character Class and Became the Strongest Sage in the World!) anime series, which had many similar scenes from the first teaser PV and will surely have watchers excited regardless. Originally based on a […]
Tags: Drama, Trailer, Fantasy, Anime, Slime, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Seiyuu, Isekai, Revoroot, Tensei Kenja no Isekai Life, Tensei Kenja


Make It Clap

ohhhhhh
Tags: Comics


What's Going On With Jon Stewart And Harry Potter?

By Carly Tennes Published: January 06th, 2022
Tags: Humor, Harry Potter, Jon Stewart, Carly Tennes


Scream Early Buzz: The Fifth Film Is A Bloody Good Time

"Everybody dies but us. We get to carry on and plan the sequel. 'Cause let's face it, baby, these days, you've gotta have a sequel!" The latest entry in the decades-spanning "Scream" franchise is upon us, and the early buzz is rolling in on social media.In 1996, Miramax picked up Kevin Williamson's script for a cheeky slasher titled "Scary Movie," which would later become "Scream" after Wes Craven signed on to direct. Telling the tale of a young woman who becomes the target of a ghost-faced kill...
Tags: Movies, News, Miramax, Gillett, Freddy Krueger, Kevin Williamson, Wes Craven, Jason Voorhees, James Vanderbilt Zodiac, Ariel Fisher, Woodsboro, Tyler Gillett, Matt Bettinelli Olpin, Bettinelli Olpin, Dewey Riley David Arquette, Judy Hicks


NASA features ARISS in 2021 recap

Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) is featured on NASA’s recently published web page, Best Space Station Science Pictures of 2021. The first photo (see below) shows NASA astronaut Shannon Walker and JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut Soichi Noguchi pose for a photo during an Amateur Radio on International Space Station (ARISS) ham radio session with students at Hisagi Junior High School, Zushi, Japan. The second photo shows NASA astronaut Raja Chari as he...
Tags: Kids, Nasa, Radio, Chile, Amateur Radio, Shannon Walker, Raja Chari, ARISS, JAXA Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Soichi Noguchi, Amateur Radio on International Space Station ARISS, Hisagi Junior High School Zushi Japan, Colegio Pumahue, YouTubevideo


Ghost of Tsushima Slices Through 8 Million Sales

During its CES 2022 presentation, PlayStation gave an update on possibly one of the best-performing samurai games to ever grace consoles, as Ghost of Tsushima sold more than 8 million copies since its initial 2020 release. Ghost of Tsushima continues to sell copies by the millions, entertaining fans around the world with its unique gameplay […]
Tags: Games, Sales, Events, Playstation, Anime, Tsushima, Ghost of Tsushima


The Tragedy Of Macbeth Trailer: Denzel Washington And Frances McDormand Scheme Their Way Through A Shakespeare Classic

The ire of superstitious theatre kids and the sworn enemy of high school English classes everywhere, William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" has been interpreted in every way imaginable, including a fan-favorite episode of "The Simpsons." Now, Academy Award-winning director Joel Coen has tackled the tragic behemoth with "The Tragedy of Macbeth." In his second feature directorial effort without the assistance of his brother Ethan, the highly stylized thriller tells a tale of "murder, madness, ambition, a...
Tags: Apple, Movies, News, Washington, Scotland, Frances Mcdormand, Trailers, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare, Macbeth, Denzel Washington, Joel, Llewyn Davis, Ethan, Joel Coen, Lady Macbeth Frances McDormand


Promo Trailer for First Love Film 'Girl Picture' Premiering at Sundance

"Do you wanna mango with me?" A promo trailer has debuted for the indie film Girl Picture, a Finnish comedy from filmmaker Alli Haapasalo, initially called Tytöt Tytöt Tytöt. This is premiering at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival this month, then hits the Berlin Film Festival next. "Three Women Pursue Sex, Love, and Pleasure." Best friends Mimmi and Rönkkö work after school at a food court smoothie kiosk, frankly swapping stories of their frustrations and expectations regarding love and sex. ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Indies, To Watch, Mimmi, Rönkkö, Alli Haapasalo, Aamu Milonoff Eleonoora Kauhanen, Daniela Hakulinen Ilona Ahti, Linnea Leino


Every Downton Abbey Season Ranked Worst To Best

It was surprising when "Downton Abbey" debuted in 2010 and wasn't a scathing sociological critique of the last gasps of the English caste system. As it turns out, creator Julianne Fellowes and ITV-watching Brits didn't need another reminder that keeping the working class living in the basements of the landed elite wasn't the fairest system ever devised. Something else was afoot.See, "Downton Abbey" is the rare piece of prestige TV that doesn't preach. It grapples with topical issues, but is fore...
Tags: Europe, England, London, Television, Downton Abbey, Movies, Hugh Bonneville, House Of Lords, Atlantic, Britain, Downton, Julian Fellowes, Dan Stevens, Matthew, Robert, Grantham


Star Trek: Picard Halts Production Due To Major Covid Outbreak

Guard Patrick Stewart with everything you've got and send the cast and crew of "Star Trek: Picard" your very best wishes! According to THR, production on the series has been shut down after a COVID-19 outbreak on the set. The report states that more than 50 members of the production tested positive on Monday, January 3, 2022. This was the first day back to production on the Paramount+ series. The site says the show has more than 450 people on staff, and that the infections have hit a chunk of th...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Los Angeles, Broadway, Cbs, Patrick Stewart, CCA, Picard, Alison Pill, Brent Spiner, Orla Brady, Guinan, Agnes Jurati Isa Briones, Soji Asha Evan Evagora, Elnor Michelle Hurd


Watch: Superb Cinéma Vérité Short 'Polished' Made by Colleen Dodge

"Do you have someone to pick you up after this?" This exquisite short is one of the best we've come across recently. I'm already looking forward to seeing more from this filmmaker, making her directorial debut after working for years as production designer. Polished is written and directed Colleen Dodge and runs only six minutes in total. It's a tribute to women of New York City, following one woman as she gets her nails done before a very important appointment. "Polished is a vulnerable gli...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Short Film, To Watch, Colleen Dodge, Jane Stiles


Isabelle Fuhrman & Rory Culkin in 'The Last Thing Mary Saw' Trailer

"Our fate rests on this." Shudder has unveiled an official trailer for an indie horror film titled The Last Thing Mary Saw, marking the feature directorial debut of filmmaker Edoardo Vitaletti. This premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival last year, and it also played at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival. Set in winter, 1843, in rural New York. A young woman is under investigation after the mysterious death of her family's matriarch. Her recollection of the events sheds new light on the agel...
Tags: New York, Movies, Trailer, Horror, Brooklyn, To Watch, Isabelle Fuhrman, Rory Culkin, Edoardo Vitaletti, Rory Culkin Stefanie Scott, Carolyn McCormick Judith Roberts, Shane Coffey, Isabelle Fuhrman Rory Culkin


Superhero Bits: Marvel Oscar Campaigns, Wonder Woman 3 Update & 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:Marvel is pushing for lots of Oscars this year.Gal Gadot updates on "Wonder Woman 3."A new look at "Peacemaker."Wolverine and Deadpool are teaming up again.All that and more!...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Robert Pattinson, Sony, Suicide Squad, Scarlett Johansson, Batman, Warner Bros, Deadpool, James Gunn, Staten Island, Ava Duvernay, Cw, Marvel Studios, Captain America


Daily Podcast: Mini-Water Cooler: Castle In The Sky, Pig, Daredevil Season 3, And More

On the January 6, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by editor Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about what they've been up to at the virtual water cooler.Opening Banter: News is still relatively light.At The Water Cooler:What we've been Doing:Hoai-Tran caught Covid, but she's getting better.What we've been Reading:HT finished After Hours by Haruki Murakami.What we've been Watching:HT watched West Side Story, Pig, Daredevil season 3, The Witcher season 2.Ben finished Pen15 and w...
Tags: Podcast, Movies, News, Haruki Murakami, Ben, Ben Pearson, Hoai Tran Bui, Hoai Tran, Sam Hume, COVID, West Side Story Pig Daredevil


Review: Day of Rage

— by BEV QUESTAD — They came from all 50 states, many on chartered buses in the dark of the early morning. One quiet group solemnly recited the Pledge of Allegiance. They were gathering for a “Save America” march in response to what they understood was an illegal ratification of a fraudulent election. They believed […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, David Botti, Malachy Browne


'Ready Or Not': The Stupid, Stubborn Game That Lost Its Publisher

By Tiago Svn Published: January 06th, 2022
Tags: Humor, Tiago Svn


HomeSmart acquires Champions Real Estate Group, expands in Texas

The Champions Real Estate Group acquisition adds to HomeSmart’s agent count by 1,800, bringing its total headcount to nearly 25,000 agents.
Tags: Texas, Radio, HomeSmart, Champions Real Estate Group


Housing costs will be ‘permanently higher’ following pandemic: Study

As home prices normalize and rental prices rebound from the height of the pandemic, OJO Labs warns buyers and renters should prepare for a housing market with "permanently higher" prices.
Tags: New York City, Uncategorized, San Francisco, Buyers, Atlanta, Austin, Radio, Affordability, Zumper, Markets & Economy, Select, Housing Costs, Renters, Supply And Demand, Home Price Growth, Rent Appreciation


Star Wars TV Is Finally Giving Tusken Raiders The Spotlight, And It's About Time

As a near-lifelong "Star Wars" fan, I've found that enjoying the galaxy far, far away gets exponentially harder as years pass. My identity as a woman of color, as well as the constraints that come with it, staunchly influences my opinion on everything. So I've found that my appreciation for "Star Wars" — a decidedly-white franchise that has only recently begun seeking out minority voices — now hinges exclusively on how said voices are elevated (or -- let's be real -- ignored).Lucasfilm has a pre...
Tags: Star Wars, Television, Movies, Disney, New Zealand, The New York Times, Lucasfilm, Naboo, Boba Fett, Mando, Morrison, Luke, Tatooine, Trade Federation, Temuera Morrison, Boba



Filters
show more filters
November - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930     
December - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
  12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031  
January - 2022
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
     12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31