European Vacation

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‘First Man’ Can’t Blast Past ‘Venom’ and ‘A Star Is Born’ at the Box Office

Even though First Man might be a key contender during awards season, when it comes to the box office, well, we just had a glitch for this mission. First Man, the story of astronaut Neil Armstrong as he works towards the chance to land on the moon, couldn’t drum up enough interest to surpass last week’s holdovers of Venom and A Star Is Born, both taking the #1 and #2 spots at the box office again. Get the full rundown on the First Man box office performance below. The Hollywood Reporter has Fi...
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Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show

It’s the feel good event in Paris this fall: Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show.   The autobiographical extravaganza is a labor of love by the bad boy of fashion, Jean Paul Gaultier. He took over four years to develop the show and is the creator, director, set designer and bien sur, costume designer.   The opening video takes place in an operating room, where a teddy bear has a serious surgery: A seven-year old Gaultier deconstructs his beloved toy and sews a bra with cone cups on ...
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TV picks for Sunday: They’re sisters, they’re witches, they’re ‘Charmed’

Plus: season premiere of “Supergirl” and Alec Baldwin hosts his own talk show.
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Modified Bayes' Theorem

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Bond Watch: ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Could Be Next 007, Says Totally Unsubstantiated Rumor

While the James Bond franchise is preparing to have director Cary Fukunaga take over 007’s next mission that was previously in the hands of Danny Boyle, a new rumor indicates what might be happening once Daniel Craig hangs up the tuxedo. Word on the streets of London is that James Bond franchise producers may be approaching Game of Thrones star Richard Madden to take over the role of 007, inspired by his recent turn on the BBC drama Bodyguard, which was picked up for distribution in the United ...
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Perfect Tailgate Recipe

It’s October which means it’s time for a change of season. If you think we’re talking about Autumn, go back to your pumpkin spice paradise, pal - it’s football season! And we celebrate football season with the traditional rite of passage called “The Perfect Tailgate.” There are a lot of elements that go into crafting the Perfect Tailgate but none more important than having the perfect food. Luckily, our friends at Soy Vay have given us the best wing recipe in the world. Follow this simpl...
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Don Mancini Reveals More Details About Child’s Play TV Series

  Don Mancini reveals more details about Child’s Play TV series Speaking at the 2018 Screamfest, writer Don Mancini along with producer David Kirschner offered more details about the forthcoming Child’s Play TV series which is still currently in development. Mancini confirmed that the series will be set right after the events of the 2017 film Cult of Chucky. RELATED: Child’s Play: The TV Series Confirmed by Don Mancini “We deliberately ended Cult with a bunch of cliffhangers to set up a TV se...
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The 10 Best ’70s Movie Soundtracks

The 10 Best ’70s movie soundtracks The 1970s were defined by many things: economic change, politics, fashion, movies, drugs, and, most importantly, music. In addition to disco, this decade also saw the rise of funk, soul, jazz, heavy metal, and punk rock. When folks talk about their favorite albums of the decade, chances are high that there will probably be at least one soundtrack among them. Many soundtracks came out during the ’70s which have gone down in history as some of the best musical...
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The Art Of Solo – A Star Wars Story Book Review

I quite enjoyed Solo – A Star Wars Story; I looked past the comparisons of Alden Ehrenreich / Harrison Ford’s portrayal of the titular character and instead immersed myself in the absolutely stunning visual universe that the concept art team and ILM artists created. All these are marvelously distilled and collected in this art book, written by Lucasfilm creative art manager Phil Szostak. The book has everything you would look for – production paintings, concept art and sketches, storyboards, ...
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Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Matt Parker from ZingFix

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Matt Parker from ZingFix. Without further ado… What do you do? I’m the Co-Founder of ZingFix… not the one with the ideas but the one who loves to make them happen. We sell time, basically, so I create systems that leverage real estate-insider acumen to give our customers what I call life space: empty space in their existence to do radical stuff with, instead of project managing their homes.  Then, I hunt for people like m...
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‘Shoplifters’ Review: This Year’s Palme d’Or Winner Lives Up to the Hype [Festival du Nouveau Cinéma]

Winning the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival is, in artier circles, more prestigious than the Academy Award. It represents the winning film out of an official selection that’s notoriously difficult to get into in the first place. Some Palme d’Or winners are grand, sweeping works of high cinema; some are politically searing; and others still are tiny, well-observed character dramas. Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Shoplifters is one of the humbler winners in recent memory – and that begins with its...
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Lambiek and Henk - Comic Shopping in Amsterdam

by RM Rhodes One of my favorite things to do when I travel to other countries is to visit their comic book stores. My French is good enough that I prefer to visit shops that sell French comics, which is the predominant publishing language of most of northern Europe. When I was in Amsterdam, my VRBO was almost directly across the street from Lambiek, which is one of the best and oldest comic shops in the city.  This proved to be unfortunate for my wallet. The famous Lambiek sign. O...
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BBC Radio 2 marks 60 years of Blue Peter

A special hour-long documentary marking 60 years of Blue Peter will air on BBC Radio 2 this week. Radio indie Made in Manchester has been asked to turn around the documentary in time for the anniversary of its first broadcast on October 16th, 1958. Happy Birthday Blue Peter is presented by former host Barney Harward and will air on Tuesday, October 16th, from 9-10pm. Executive Producer Ashley Byrne told RadioToday:”The show is packed with stories from the programme’s six decades. We’ve loads ...
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B.Traits leaves BBC Radio 1 after 6 years

Weekend presenter B.Traits has confirmed she is leaving BBC Radio 1 after six years. Her colleague Annie Mac told listeners about the move on Friday evening followed by confirmation from B.Traits on social media. The Canadian presenter and record producer says she feels as though she can no longer devote the necessary time needed to make the show the best it can be, and is moving on to focus on new projects and adventures. “I do love presenting so I’m sure this isn’t the last you’ll hear from...
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Cool Stuff: Gallery 1988’s Latest Show Features Fictional Products from Movies & Television

Some movies and TV shows are so iconic that even the fake products from them become well known. That’s why Gallery 1988 put together a second edition of their Product Placement show honoring some of the most beloved fake products from film and television. For the Gallery 1988 Product Placement 2018 show, artists like Danny Haas, Dave Perillo, Doug LaRocca, Joel Hunter, Jen Taylor, Nathan Ebersole, Ryan Brinkerhoff and many more creating posters, advertisements and more pay tribute to things lik...
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Sitges Review: Krzykowski's 'The Man Who Killed Hitler & Then Bigfoot'

Not all heroes live a heroic life. Not all heroes get a big parade and go on talk shows and end up in history books. The Man Who Killed Hitler & Then The Bigfoot is one of most undefinable films of this year, no question. It's part drama, it's part action film, it's part horror, but at it's core it's really a character study about a lonely man at the end of his life looking back on everything. Sam Elliott plays Calvin Barr, indeed the very man who killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot. He spends ...
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Did you see that painting hanging behind Trump during ‘60 Minutes’ interview? Here’s what we know about it

WASHINGTON — Previously spotted in D.C. gift shops and jigsaw puzzle boxes, a fantasy print of Donald Trump entertaining Abraham Lincoln while every other Republican president in history watches now hangs outside the Oval Office. The portrait was shown hanging in Trump’s personal dining room during his “60 Minutes” interview on Sunday, and the freeze […]
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technically, if one day time travel first gets invented, then on every previous day time travel can also first be invented

archive - contact - sexy exciting merchandise - search - about ← previous October 15th, 2018 next October 15th, 2018: I'm back from my HOW TO INVENT EVERYTHING tour!! It was two weeks away from home, meeting readers, talking about science and history and time travel, and getting to cool events. Thank you to everyone who came out - it was a really special time for me and I hope it was for you too!– Ryan
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Viggo Mortensen Teams With HanWay Films For Directorial Debut

Viggo Mortensen teams with HanWay Films for directorial debut The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Oscar-nominated actor Viggo Mortensen has set the upcoming drama Falling with HanWay Films as his directorial debut. RELATED: Green Book Searches America for Dignity in New TV Spot The story, which was also written by and features Mortensen in one of the lead roles, follows John Petersen (Mortensen) as he invites his conservative father into his Los Angeles home while he searches for a plac...
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Aquaman to Premiere in China Two Weeks Ahead of US Release Date

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Aquaman to premiere in China two weeks ahead of US release date Following the recent news about Crazy Rich Asians‘ release date in China, Deadline reports that Warner Bros. Pictures has set their upcoming and highly-anticipated DC superhero film Aquaman to be released in China on December 7, 2018, two weeks earlier than the US premiere date of December 21. From Warner Bros. Pictures, DC Films, and director James Wan comes an action-packed adventure that spans the vast, v...
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#RHOA Kandi Burruss Hosts ‘Welcome To The Dungeon’ Party… (EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS + VIDEO)

Kandi Burruss of The Real Housewives of Atlanta decided to profit from her pain as she turned Porsha Williams’ ‘Dungeon’ rumor into a reality. Instead of constantly denying the existence of her sex dungeon, the entrepreneurial ‘housewife’ decided to sell tickets to anyone willing to attend a dungeon party. Burruss was joined by several of her famous friends this past ‘freaky’ Friday as they all donned their best lingerie and dungeon attire at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta for a slew of sultry...
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#RHOA Kandi Burruss Hosts Kinky Dungeon Party… (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

Kandi Burruss of The Real Housewives of Atlanta decided to profit from her pain as she turned Porsha Williams’ ‘Dungeon’ rumor into a reality. Instead of constantly denying the existence of her sex dungeon, the entrepreneurial ‘housewife’ decided to sell tickets to anyone willing to attend a dungeon party. Burruss was joined by several of her famous friends this past ‘freaky’ Friday as they all donned their best lingerie and dungeon attire at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta for a slew of sultry...
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‘Doctor Who’ Races to Establish a New Era With “The Ghost Monument”

Well, I asked for something more visually impressive, and I got it. “The Ghost Monument” might be the most cinematic episode of Doctor Who yet, with the BBC likely pouring lots of money into those sweeping drone shots and the on-location shoot in South Africa. Where the charming but mostly competent season premiere felt almost suffocatingly small, the second episode of season 11 balloons out with an episode centering on an intergalactic space race. As for whether the episode’s narrative catches...
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Podcast: Special guests Glen Hunt and Jamie Theakston

Roy Martin and Stuart Clarkson discuss the big industry stories this week and they’re joined by North West radio presenter Glen Hunt for a game of Stu v Roy. Stuart also chats to Jamie Theakston about his fundraising walk from Cardiff to London in aid of Global’s Make Some Noise – plus his thoughts on Zoe Ball taking over the Radio 2 breakfast show. James Cridland looks at the choice for listeners created by new technology, and David Lloyd has more RadioMoments from this week in radio histor...
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Google Search Alternative’s Traffic Boom

Source: statista.com Nearly 30 million searches are entered every day in the search box of DuckDuckGo. Unlike Google, this search engine does not collect user data and does not use personalized advertising. This, and probably the steadily growing list of data scandals has been assisting a sustained upward trend for the past few years. In 2015, the milestone of ten million searches in one day was cracked for the first time. Two years later, it was already 20 million and in October 2018 it is almo...
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The world’s most non-conventional mayor

As we grew older, our imagination was gradually reigned in, and our thinking eventually settled within the accepted boundaries of conventionality. Last week when I spoke at the Icelandic Marketing Association (IMARK)’s big, annual gathering, and was invited to meet with one of Iceland’s biggest celebrities. No, not Bjork, but the mayor of Reykjavik. And like I advocate in my book, Slingshot, Jon Gnarr lives a life full of continuously overstepping perceived boundaries.  After all, he is actua...
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‘Watchmen’ TV Series First Look Arrives as Production Begins

The Watchman TV series has begun production, and to kick things off, we have our first official look from the series. Don’t get too excited, though – while the image shows someone in uniform, it’s probably not a superhero. The image certainly paints a portrait of a dark dystopian landscape, though. See the Watchmen TV series first look below. View this post on Instagram Who Watches The Watchmen? #Watch...
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‘Bodyguard’ Trailer: ‘Game of Thrones’ Actor Richard Madden Leads Explosive Netflix Series

What happens when a secret service agent is assigned to protect someone with political views he absolutely despises? That’s the elevator pitch for a new TV drama called Bodyguard, which is coming to Netflix in just over two weeks. The show, which stars Richard Madden (Robb Stark from Game of Thrones) and Keeley Hawes (High Rise, MI-5), is already a smash hit in the United Kingdom, and it’s easy to see why: the trailer for the first season makes it look like an explosive series that could easily...
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Water Cooler: Horror Made Here, Ireland, First Man, You’ve Got Mail, Searching, Halloween, Big Mouth, The Hate U Give, Zelda

On the October 15 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about what we’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). At The Water Cooler:...
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