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‘Star Wars Resistance’ Sets the Stage for the Series Finale With “Rebuilding the Resistance”

I’ve written before that I found it concerning that there is so little time now to flesh left out the major conflicts of Star Wars Resistance. Which is why “Rebuilding the Resistance,” which can be considered a penultimate chapter before the two-parter series finale, pulls off an impressive feat as it picks up on the slack of more underwhelming developments of the past season. Right off the bat, this episode sets off the fissure in the status quo. Kaz (Christopher Sean) is perplexed by ...
Tags: Television, Movies, NG, Features, Resistance, Academy, Tam, New Republic, Corbett, Hugh, Yeager, Hightower, Kaz, Star-Wars, Donald Faison, Sam Witwer

WHO SAID THAT?!? #RHOA Nene Leakes Says Wendy Williams Violated Girl Code + Addresses ‘BIG SECRET’… (VIDEO)

Talk Show host Wendy Williams totally violated ‘girl code’ after running to her purple chair to dish dirt on her ‘friend’ Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes. As previously reported, Williams reported during her show that she received a text from NeNe announcing that she was “quitting” The Real Housewives of Atlanta and that the star had a BIG SECRET that she was carrying (click HERE if you missed that). Well, Nene has officially responded and feels that it was “not cool” for Wendy to r...
Tags: Featured, Celebrities, News, Atlanta, Williams, Wendy Williams, Wendy, Nene, Nene Leakes, Atlanta Gossip, Wendy Williams Show, RHOA Nene Leakes, Toya Wright

NAS Investment Solutions acquires 26,340 s/f retail property

Burlington, VT NAS Investment Solutions (NASIS), a national sponsor of high-quality real estate investment properties, has acquired a 26,340 s/f, two-story retail property.  Built in 2010, the freestanding building is leased to Walgreens, and features a pharmacy drive-t...
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Jon Stewart’s Irresistible Trailer Starring Steve Carell

Jon Stewart’s Irresistible Trailer Starring Steve Carell Focus Features has revealed the first Irresistible trailer for the latest directorial effort from Jon Stewart (The Daily Show). Check it out in the player below! RELATED: Space Force: Filming Begins On Steve Carell’s Netflix Sitcom From writer/director Jon Stewart comes the comedy of a Democrat political consultant (Steve Carell) who helps a retired ex-Marine colonel (Chris Cooper) run for mayor in a small Wisconsin town. Irresistible s...
Tags: Movies, Wisconsin, Jon Stewart, Steve Carell, Focus Features, Chris Cooper, Movie News, Steve Carell Rose Byrne

Disney+ & Pixar’s Lamp Life Original Short Trailer Released

Disney+ & Pixar’s Lamp Life original short trailer released Disney+ and Pixar have released the official trailer for their upcoming original short Lamp Life featuring Bo Beep’s untold adventures before Toy Story 4. You can check out the trailer now in the player below! RELATED: New Falcon and the Winter Soldier Set Pics Reveal First Look at U.S. Agent In the animated short film, Bo Beep makes a big comeback and leads the way finally answering the questions about where Bo was since we last saw...
Tags: Video, Movies, Disney, Streaming, Pixar, Christina Hendricks, Bo, Woody, Disney Pixar, Movie News, Annie Potts, Disney Plus, Gabby Gabby, Bo Beep, New Falcon, Lamp Life

Cartoonist Carolyn Belefski crowdfunding Blue Rose jewelry pin

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/carolynbelefski/blue-rose-make-100Hello! I'm Carolyn -- illustrator, designer, and cartoonist -- creative director of Curls Studio .  We're raising funds to produce 100 limited edition hard enamel pins with a beautiful original illustrated Blue Rose design. The pins will be produced at 30mm tall with sleek rose gold plating and blue glitter color. Each pin will be fixed with a clear rubber clutch and come with a backing card. Blue Rose Pin-s...
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Claes Bang & Elizabeth Debicki in 'The Burnt Orange Heresy' Trailer

"Think of the splash it would make… No critic has spoken to this guy in over 50 years." Sony Classics has revealed an official trailer for the film The Burnt Orange Heresy, an adaptation of a classic novel about the art world written by Charles Willeford. This premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year at the end of the festival, a delightful surprise (here's my review). Claes Bang stars as an art critic who gets in over his head when he's invited by an eccentric collector to his villa ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Venice Film Festival, Lake Como, Indies, To Watch, Elizabeth Debicki, Sony Classics, Claes Bang, Charles Willeford, Burnt Orange Heresy Trailer, Mick Jagger Donald Sutherland, Rosalind Halstead, Claes Bang Elizabeth Debicki

In Harvey Weinstein Trial, Drama Gives Way to Lesson on Myths of Rape

Harvey Weinstein’s rape and sexual assault trial opened in dramatic fashion. Lines formed before dawn outside the lower Manhattan courthouse. Full-throated protesters bellowed for justice for Weinstein’s accusers. A list of possible witnesses promised potential jurors a glimpse of Hollywood A-listers. But as testimony in the former Miramax chief’s trial enters its second week Monday, it’s the critical but less compelling details of victim behavior and myths surrounding sexual assault th...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Celebrities, Crime, News, California, New York City, Uncategorized, Bill Cosby, Harvey Weinstein, Manhattan, Courts, Rosie Perez, Young, Miramax, Afp

First Trailer for Jon Stewart's New Film 'Irresistible' with Steve Carell

"I am telling you guys, Jack could be the real deal." Focus Features has debuted the first official trailer for Jon Stewart's latest film, titled Irresistible, his second feature following Rosewater in 2014. The tagline already drops a provocative tease: "Jon Stewart is back, and he has something to say." The film is about a Democrat strategist who helps a retired veteran run for mayor in a small, conservative Midwest town. Steve Carell stars as Gary Zimmer, who tries to get an unexpected ex...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, America, Wisconsin, Jon Stewart, Rosewater, Steve Carell, Jack, Midwest, Indies, Focus Features, To Watch, Will Sasso, Gary Zimmer

Telenovelas Are Hell: Teresa

Mexican Telenovelas are known for being way too over-the-top and Teresa is no exception. What’s worse? Dragging yourself across the ground in absolute agony because your entire family disowned you for being a huge piece of shit? Having a man shoot you because you seduced him and stole all his money? Or…marrying a man that you can’t stand just because he’s rich? Well the Mexican Telenovela Teresa, allows you enjoy all three situations, because it doubles up as a choose your own adventure st...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Teresa, Paul Louis Smith, Tamara YajiaWriter, Tamara YajiaEditor, Telenovela Teresa, Univision Binge

Eamonn Holmes replaced by Dan Wootton on talkRADIO

The Sun’s Executive Editor Dan Wootton is to replace Eamonn Holmes on talkRADIO Drive from February 2020. Dan has hosted a weekly weekend show on the digital station since March 2018, and more recently Friday Drive, but will now be promoted to a full-time show, whilst continuing his work on the newspaper. Wireless CEO Scott Taunton said: “I’m absolutely thrilled that he has committed to expanding his contribution to talkRADIO, bringing his insider take on the day’s news and the best guests fr...
Tags: UK, Top, People, Radio, Scott, Dan, Eamonn Holmes, Talkradio, Eamonn, Scott Taunton, Dan Wootton

‘The Gentlemen’ Review: A Stylish but Empty Guy Ritchie Gangster Romp

The Gentlemen is being touted as a return to form for Guy Ritchie — not the director behind blockbuster bombs like King Arthur or tepid Disney live-action remakes like Aladdin, but the electric, raucous auteur behind Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch. And Ritchie is aware of this going into The Gentlemen, a contemporary gangster movie that has a sense of timelessness to it. But The Gentlemen is very much about the times, or rather, a time gone by: the era in which gangsters did th...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Disney, Movie Reviews, Colin Farrell, Grant, Dick Van Dyke, Guy-Ritchie, Michelle Dockery, Stx Entertainment, Arthur, Fletcher, Mickey, Aladdin, Ritchie, Golding

Official US Trailer for 'Premature' Starring Zora Howard & Joshua Boon

"You don't want me to stay?" IFC Films has released a new US trailer for an New York City indie romantic drama titled Premature, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival one year ago. It also went on to play the San Francisco, Dallas, Montclair, Seattle, London, Denver, and Hawaii Film Festivals. Premature a romantic drama in the vein of If Beale Street Could Talk or Blue Valentine. Set in Harlem, Zora Howard stars as a young woman who meets "handsome and mysterious outsider" Isaiah, pl...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, New York City, US, Ifc, Harlem, Indies, Isaiah, To Watch, Joshua Boone, Zora Howard, Joshua Boon, Hawaii Film Festivals Premature

Darwin's Game Episode 4 Impression

On this episode, Kaname and Rein continues fighting the Florist. Later, Kaname learns more about using his Sigil. The action continuation for fighting the Florist is just awesome and intense. It was quite interesting to see Rein reveal more of her tactics and abilities. Also, seeing our male lead learn and develop his Sigil is really cool (and even seems to be similar to Fate series Archer EMIYA's abilities). Other than that, I wonder if Kaname and Shuka is ever going to meet up during the event...
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James Norton is Gareth Jones in New US Trailer for 'Mr. Jones' Film

"You will retract the statements to the press immediately." "Or they will shoot our engineers?" Goldwyn Films has debuted an official US trailer for Mr. Jones, a film by Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland (of Europa Europa, Washington Square, Spoor). This first premiered at the Berlin Film Festival last year, and stopped by numerous other international film festivals - a true story about a great writer. Mr. Jones brings to the screen the extraordinary and powerful story of the real-life Wels...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Russia, US, Ukraine, Jones, Stalin, James Norton, Indies, Gareth Jones, New US, Martin Bishop, To Watch, MR JONES, Agnieszka Holland, Goldwyn Films

The Best Cinematic Needledrops and Song Choices of 2019

Since the dawn of film, music has always been an essential component. A director’s use of a particular song can become synonymous with a scene and bring an added layer of emotion. The use of music in 2019 was no exception and it was hard narrowing this list down to just ten. The movies here used music, either as needle drops or performed, to give audiences insight into the narrative or their character. Honorable mentions : “Don’t Kill My Vibe” from Teen Spirit , “Just a Girl” from Cap...
Tags: New York, Movies, Taylor Swift, Star, Features, Dave, Netflix, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, Britney Spears, Quentin Tarantino, Swift, Adam Sandler, Alexa, Tarantino, Amy

Interview - A PERFECT HOST Writer/Director Chad Werner

Filmmaker Chad Werner talks his new indie thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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BREAKING: Obi-Wan Series on Hold as Series is Retooled

BREAKING: Obi-Wan Series on Hold as Series is Retooled Looks like those pinning their hopes on seeing Ewan McGregor light up the lightsaber again will have to wait a little longer, as The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Lucasfilm’s planned Disney+ series about Obi-Wan Kenobi has been put on hold. Despite recent rumors that the show was cancelled, the show remains in active development with McGregor (Birds of Prey) still set to star and Deborah Chow (The Mandalorian) still in line to dire...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, TV News, Stephen Daldry, Lucasfilm, Ewan McGregor, Joel Edgerton, Leia, Luke Skywalker, McGregor, Luke, Skywalker, John Swartz, Obi-wan Kenobi

DAB+ in the spotlight at European Radio Show

The progress of DAB+ digital radio in France took centre stage at this year’s European Radio and Digital Audio Show in Paris today. Hosted at the Hotel de La Villette between 23-25 January 2020, the three-day event will bring together stakeholders from across the French radio industry and beyond to discuss the opportunities DAB+ digital radio brings for the radio, manufacturing, retail and automotive sectors. A number of sessions focusing on the growth of DAB+ digital radio in France are set ...
Tags: France, Events, Eu, Radio, Paris, Strasbourg, Digital Radio, DAB Digital radio, Worlddab, EECC, European Radio Show, European Radio and Digital Audio Show, Hotel de La Villette, Jean Marc Dubreuil, Paris Marseille Nice Lyon

Superhero Bits: ‘The Boys’ Sequel Comic on the Way, ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Gets Golden Tomato & More

What weird, grotesque thing that Thanos does was cut from Avengers: Infinity War? Why didn’t Oliver Queen get included in the first logo for Crisis on Infinite Earths? Which X-Men are the latest to join the Funko POPs line-up of Marvel characters? Are you ready for a comic sequel to The Boys? What was Stephen Amell‘s big problem with a key scene he had in Crisis on Infinite Earths? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s a trailer for Wolverine #1, kicking off the lates...
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Ewan McGregor Addresses Delay in Obi-Wan Kenobi TV Series Production

After rumblings last week made many fans think that trouble was brewing at the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series on Disney+, last night brought news about what’s been happening behind the scenes. The scripts turned in were not up to snuff, so Lucasfilm is starting from scratch with a new yet-to-be-named writer, and production has been pushed back until they get new scripts. However, from Ewan McGregor‘s perspective, the scripts are apparently good? The Wrap attended a Birds of Prey press event y...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Lucasfilm, Ewan-McGregor, McGregor, Obi Wan Kenobi, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Obi-Wan Kenobi TV Series

Cool Stuff: New Iron Studios ‘Jurassic Park’ Statues Include the Triceratops and Dilophosaurus

If you intend to have dinosaurs on your dinosaur tour, then you might want to think about picking up these two new Jurassic Park statues from Iron Studios. One features the deadly, poison-spewing Dilophosaurus who dispatched with the deceitful Dennis Nedry in a grisly fashion. The other is the sick Triceratops that brings about childlike wonder in both Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ellie Sattler, both of whom are included in the stature of the horned dinosaur. Check out both of the statues below. ...
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Ewan McGregor Speaks Out on Obi-Wan Series Production Delay

Ewan McGregor speaks out on Obi-Wan Kenobi series production delay Following yesterday’s breaking news about Disney+’s Obi-Wan Kenobi series being put on hold, Golden Globe Award-winning actor Ewan McGregor has finally addressed the issue in a recent press event for Birds of Prey, strongly dispelling previous reports about creative differences being the main reason why production has been delayed for the new Star Wars prequel spinoff series. He also confirmed that the series has not been can...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Stephen Daldry, Lucasfilm, Ewan McGregor, Luke Skywalker, McGregor, John Swartz, Obi Wan, ComingSoon, Obi-wan Kenobi, Disney Plus, Kathleen Kennedy Tracey Seaward The Queen

Tina Fey is Adapting Her ‘Mean Girls’ Broadway Musical Back Into a Movie

Mean Girls is going to prove that it’s the apex predator of not just the stage, but the big screen as well. Tina Fey will be adapting her Tony-nominated Mean Girls Broadway musical into a feature film, bringing the story back to the big screen nearly two decades after the 2004 high school comedy first hit theaters and inspired the stage adaptation. Variety reports that Tina Fey is bringing the Mean Girls musical back to the big screen. Fey and the producers of the hit Broadway show announced...
Tags: Comedy, London, Movies, Teen, Broadway, Adaptation, Tina-Fey, Musical, Paramount Pictures, Mean Girls, Lorne Michaels, Tony, Michaels, Little Shop, Fey, Tina

‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ Trailer: Lara Jean is Caught in a Love Triangle

Lara Jean is busy thinking about boys. The endearing heroine of Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before seemed to have it all figured out at the end of the 2018 surprise hit. She had put aside her unrequited feelings for her schoolgirl crush and made official her fake relationship with the class dreamboat, Peter Kavinsky. But those letters that her sister sent out are still making their way to their subjects, and the return of an old flame shakes things up again for Lara Jean. Watch the To ...
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Upcoming Manga Added to the Store for Pre-order! - Week of Jan 21st

We've added another set of upcoming manga to the store site for pre-order!Here's what's coming:Granblue Fantasy , Vol #3, Graphic Novel- Feb 4The Magic in this Other World is Too Far Behind , Vol #7, [Novel]- Feb 4Beyond the Clouds , Vol #1, Graphic Novel- Feb 11A Man and His Cat , Vol #1, Graphic Novel- Feb 11Saiyuki The Original Series Resurrected Edition , Vol #1, Graphic Novel (Hardcover)- Feb 18Blood on the Tracks , Vol #1, Graphic Novel- Feb 25Can an Otaku Like Me Really Be an Idol? , Gra...
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Disney’s Obi-Wan Kenobi Series Has Been Shut Down, Scripts Being Completely Rewritten

Last week, there were rumblings across the internet suggesting that Lucasfilm’s Obi-Wan Kenobi TV series was in trouble. Rumors claimed that the show, which was being developed for the Disney+ streaming service, was cancelled. Or that star Ewan McGregor (reprising his role from the Star Wars prequel trilogy) had left. However, the truth is now out there and while it certainly sounds like the show has suffered a major setback, it also sounds like Lucasfilm is determined to course correct. The Ob...
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Disney Movies to Be Adapted Into Interactive “Immersive Experiences”

Fans of Disney’s most beloved films have already had the chance to experience parts of those worlds in the company’s theme parks — going on theme park rides set in the Star Wars universe or taking pictures with their favorite Avengers characters. But entertainment company Secret Cinema is hoping to make the most “iconic” Disney movies even more immersive. Walt Disney has signed a multi-title agreement with Secret Cinema, the company behind immersive movie-based experiences, to adapt popular Dis...
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