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Comedian Ziwe Fumudoh on 5 lessons she's learned from breaking into the world of comedy, and her best advice for aspiring performers

Ziwe Fumudoh is a creative and comedian based in New York who runs her own Instagram live comedy show. Corbin Chase Ziwe Fumudoh is a 28-year-old comedian, writer, and performer based in Brooklyn, New York. She's the creator and host of a weekly Instagram Live comedy show where she interviews controversial guests, like Alison Roman, Alyssa Milano, and Rose McGowan, and "baits" them with race-related questions to expose their biases. Fumudoh began her comedy career as an intern for Comedy C...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Celebrities, Instagram, Massachusetts, Alyssa Milano, Los Angeles, Trends, Strategy, Racism, Hillary Clinton, Showtime, Illinois, Bet, Nordic, Northwestern University

Now Stream This: ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’, ‘The Way Back’, ‘The Devil All the TIme’, ‘Defending Your Life’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) I’m Thinking of Ending Things Now Streaming on Netflix Release Date: 2020 Genre: Uh… Director: Charlie Kaufman Cast: Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, David Thewlis Charlie Kaufman‘s I’m Thinking of Ending Things is weird. That probably goes without saying at this point, since everything Kaufman does is a little weird. But it’s ...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, New York, Movies, Ben Affleck, Disney, America, Earth, Ted, Features, Netflix, Meryl Streep, Dreamworks, Christopher Walken, Bill, Kate

20 Years Ago, ‘Sexy Beast’ Reinvented Ben Kingsley and Gave Us One of Cinema’s Greatest Villains

In the British heist film Sexy Beast , the buildup to the arrival of a feared English crook is almost as terrifying as his presence. The film , which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival 20 years ago this month, begins as the story of the carefree Gal Dove, who lives peacefully in a remote Spanish villa with his gorgeous wife after retiring from lowdown criminal work. But it all comes crashing down for Gal, his wife, and their two best friends when the very mention of a man...
Tags: Hbo, London, Movies, Features, Jim Broadbent, Jonathan Glazer, Ben Kingsley, Jackie, Idi Amin, Steven Spielberg, Toronto International Film Festival, Teddy, Guy Ritchie, Martin Scorsese, Ian Mcshane, Don

'Don't Look Back' Horror Trailer From the Creator of 'Final Destination'

"What if my actions are coming back to haunt me?" Gravitas Ventures has released an official trailer for an indie horror film called Don't Look Back, marking the feature directorial debut of a filmmaker named Jeffrey Reddick, who created the Final Destination franchise and wrote the scripts for all of the sequels, too. This time he toys with the "Good Samaritan" concept: when a young woman overcoming her traumatic past is among several witnesses who see a man fatally assaulted and don't inte...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Gravitas Ventures, Don, Caitlin, To Watch, Jeffrey Reddick, Kourtney Bell

‘The Devil All the Time’ Director Antonio Campos on Midwestern Gothic, Assembling an Incredible Cast, and Working With Netflix [Interview]

The Devil All the Time may have a ton of famous faces in it – including Spider-Man Tom Holland and new Batman Robert Pattinson – but it’s not exactly a mainstream picture. It’s dark, violent, and challenging. It’s the latest picture from Antonio Campos, who co-wrote the film with brother Paulo Campos, adapting the sprawling novel of the same name by Donald Ray Pollock. Campos spoke with /Film about the challenges of adapting such a complicated book, the process of assembling such a fantastic ca...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, Time, West Virginia, Features, Netflix, Robert Pattinson, Adaptation, Ohio, Jim Thompson, Don, Arvin, Campos, Willard, Bergman

‘South Park’ Coronavirus Episode Coming This Month, Will Be An Hour Long

South Park is embracing the COVID-19 era with a special episode that’s all about the coronavirus and the havoc it wreaks on the small Colorado town. Check out the first trailer and get more details below. Don’t be surprised if you hear the phrase, “Oh my God, the coronavirus killed Kenny!”, because South Park is leaning into the insanity of 2020 with a brand new special episode called “The Pandemic Special.” Here’s the official synopsis: Randy comes to terms with his role in the COVID-19 o...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Colorado, South Park, Comedy Central, Hillary Clinton, Animation, Donald Trump, Matt Stone, Trey Parker, Trump, Don, Kenny, Randy, Sharon

‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Trailer Breakdown: This is No Place for a Child

Disney+ finally released the first trailer for the highly anticipated second season of The Mandalorian, and it gave us a fantastic first look at the next series of adventures for the bounty hunter Din Djarin and his valuable, curious, and powerful little asset known as The Child. In the second season of The Mandalorian, the titular bounty hunter is tasked with reuniting The Child with its own kind, which means seeking out the ancient order of sorcerers known as Jedi. That takes Mando and the ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, Mando, Don, Jakku, Imperial, Darth Maul, Jedi, Hoth

8 Best Police Scanners Review in 2020 – (Tested & Compared )

Traveling to an unfamiliar city or area, do you feel a bit anxious? You love to stay informed about your surroundings. But you don’t know the city, nor do you know anyone there. Using the best police scanners, you can have all the news you need. From tapping into the local police frequencies to knowing about the weather and the traffic, everything. The best part, you don’t have to wait for the news to hear it first, you get the news right when it happens. Feeling interested? Then check out this...
Tags: Amazon, Brooklyn, Noaa, Anime, Whistler, Staten Island, Aa, AAA, Ac, Don, CB, Uniden, Broadcastify, George Floyd, Two-Way Radio, Best Police Scanners Review

Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jurassic World’ Animated Series Advice: “Don’t Do the Kiddy Version”

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, a new animated series set in the Jurassic world, is arriving on Netflix this week. And while it may be a cartoon, Steven Spielberg, the grandaddy of the Jurassic franchise, had some advice for the creators: don’t make a kids’ show. Spielberg stressed that the series needed to feel just like the Jurassic movies, which aren’t exactly geared at small children. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous “follows a group of six teenagers chosen for a once-in-a-lifetime ex...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Animation, Spielberg, Steven-Spielberg, Steven, Don, Aaron Hammersley, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, Scott Kreamer, Kreamer, Alan Grant Owen Grady

Jude Law & Carrie Coon Feud in Full Trailer for Durkin's 'The Nest'

"Don't worry, I have a huge check coming in at the end of the month… Everything's gonna be fine." IFC Films has released the full-length official trailer for the indie drama The Nest, which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. This is Martha Marcy May Marlene director Sean Durkin's follow-up feature that boasts a number of excellent performances in a nuanced character study. In this searing film about wealth and family, Jude Law stars as an ambitious, greedy husba...
Tags: England, Movies, Trailer, US, Ifc, Jude Law, Don, Indies, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Durkin, Sean Durkin, Carrie Coon, To Watch, Jude Law Carrie Coon, Charlie Shotwell Oona Roche Adeel Akhtar, Michael Culkin

‘Happy Death Day 3’ Still Isn’t Happening (Yet), But Here’s What It Might Be About

We, the people, demand another Happy Death Day movie. Unfortunately, the fate of Happy Death Day 3 remains in doubt. While both Death Day movies have a vocal fanbase, Happy Death Day 2U didn’t exactly clean up at the box office. As a result, Blumhouse has yet to greenlight a third film – but director Christopher Landon hasn’t given up hope just yet. In a recent interview, the filmmaker offered some details about the movie, as well as a potential title. I love the Happy Death Day movies, espe...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, Jason Blum, Don, Landon, Blumhouse, Christopher Landon, Jessica Rothe, Happy Death Day 3, Theresa Tree Gelbman

‘Black Widow’ is Back in New Total Film Magazine Covers to Remind You It’s Coming Out in November

Black Widow is back, baby! Oh, did you forget that this Marvel movie was waiting in the wings for us in November? Don’t worry, so did the rest of the world, which has dramatically changed since Black Widow was the next most-hyped Marvel Studios film. But a new cover from Total Film will remind you that it’s still set to be released in theaters this November…for now. Total Film Magazine debuted new Black Widow images in its issue dedicated to the upcoming Marvel Studios film starring Scar...
Tags: New York, Movies, Disney, Sequels, Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Don, KGB, Johansson, Comic Book/Superhero, Natasha Romanoff, David Harbour, Florence Pugh, Cate Shortland

"[T]here's one major difference between this film and the Steven Soderberghian Contagion-like reality we're all living in."

"Because in this movie, the virus is not fatal. It doesn't even cause a fever or a cough. Instead, the main and only symptom is absolute euphoria. That's it. Everyone it infects experiences unbridled happiness and elation. Its victims begin acting kindly to one another, deferential."From a "This American Life" segment on a 1968 movie called "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?" Transcript. Audio (recommended).It's a rom com — with Mary Tyler Moore and George Peppard — about a toucan that spreads a...
Tags: Movies, Law, New York City, Happiness, This American Life, Liz, Mary Tyler Moore, Don, Pete, Ann Althouse, George Peppard, Hinklemeyer

‘Don’t Worry Darling’, Olivia Wilde’s New Movie Just Added Harry Styles Alongside Florence Pugh, Dakota Johnson, And Chris Pine

Don’t worry darling, because Don’t Worry Darling, the new movie from Olivia Wilde, has a new cast member: Harry Styles. This is the singer turned actor’s first role since Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, and will see him starring alongside fellow attractive people Florence Pugh, Dakota Johnson, and Chris Pine. The New Line Cinema production focuses on “an isolated, utopian community in the 1950s California desert,” and is aiming for a fall production start. Styles is replacing Shia LaBeouf, who lef...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Casting, California, New Line, Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde, Shia LaBeouf, Dunkirk, Chris, Chris Pine, Don, Pugh, Shane, Wilde, Katie Silberman

Trailer for 'The Wall of Mexico' with Jackson Rathbone & Esai Morales

"What's the deal with the water?" Dark Star Pictures has released the first official trailer for The Wall of Mexico, which originally premiered at the SXSW Film Festival last year. From filmmakers Zachary Cotler & Magdalena Zyzak (Maya Dardel) comes an intriguing, strange film about a wealthy Mexican-American family and their water. Jackson Rathbone stars as a handyman who is hired by the Aristas, who are not well-liked by the townspeople - something to do with the mysterious water well Don ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Mexico, Don, Indies, To Watch, Esai Morales, Jackson Rathbone, Zachary Cotler Magdalena Zyzak Maya Dardel, Xander Berkley

Watch: André Øvredal's Award-Winning Sci-Fi Short Film 'The Tunnel'

"Don't you worry. The tunnel isn't dangeorus" More sci-fi, the better! A must watch short is now available online titled The Tunnel, originally Tunnelen in Norwegian (not to be confused with the other Norwegian feature film Tunnelen). This is made by famed Norwegian filmmaker André Øvredal, and originally debuted back in 2016 (at the Tribeca Film Festival) and has taken four years to finally hit the web. Based on a short story by Alice Glaser, the film is set in the distant future and follow...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Short Film, Don, To Watch, André Øvredal, Tunnelen, Alice Glaser

Netflix Doesn’t Want to Buy More Movie Theaters, Says It Wants to “Beat Disney in Family Animation”

Don’t expect Netflix to make any further forays into owning movie theaters. The streaming giant already owns the Paris Theatre in New York City and the Egyptian in Hollywood, but according to a new interview with the company’s co-CEO, Reed Hastings, additional Netflix movie theaters probably aren’t in the cards. Something Netflix does want, however, is to “beat Disney in family animation.” Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter to support his new book, No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Exhibition, Paramount, Reed Hastings, Hastings, Don, Toro, Guillermo, Klaus, Family Films

The First Episode of Ridley Scott’s ‘Raised By Wolves’ is Available for Free on YouTube

Ridley Scott is no stranger to making waves in sci-fi with the likes of Blade Runner and Alien, not to mention the latter’s recent franchise prequels Prometheus and Alien: Covenant. All of these movies prominently feature android characters, and the human-like robots have fascinated the filmmaker so much that he became involved with an entire series about them called Raised by Wolves for HBO Max. Now you can check out the first episode for free on YouTube. Watch Raised By Wolves for Free on ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, David, Michael Fassbender, Ridley-Scott, Video Clips, Indiewire, Don, Scott, Raised By Wolves, Travis Fimmel Vikings, HBO Max, HBO Max YouTube, Amanda Collin

Somehow We Still Don't Know Who 'The LAX Jetpack Person' Is

By Amanda Mannen  Published: September 09th, 2020 
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Ad-Supported Version of HBO Max Being Considered, Would Run Commercials During Older Films

All signs point to HBO Max having some…issues. The streaming service from WarnerMedia had a lot of hype built into it, especially when it was revealed the fabled “Snyder Cut” of Justice League would be premiering there next year. But it hasn’t exactly been smooth sailing. HBO Max has yet to work out a deal with Roku or Amazon Fire, which is likely cutting into subscribers. Then there’s the price: $14.99 which is pretty steep for a streaming service. It’s clear that the folks running the show ar...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, Roku, Hulu, Amazon Fire, Don, Turner Classic Movies, Snyder Cut of Justice League, WarnerMedia, Variety WarnerMedia, HBO Max

Tzi Ma on Being the Go-To Onscreen Asian Father, What ‘Mulan’ Means for the Asian-American Community [Interview]

Tzi Ma has become the go-to dad in countless Asian-led movies. From The Farewell to Tigertail, culminating in this year’s highly anticipated Disney remake of Mulan, there’s a warmth and world-weariness that the Hong Kong-born actor brings to films that are beginning to evolve audiences’ understanding and exposure to Asian-American culture. But despite that, Ma is not a dad himself, though he assures that as an uncle of many nieces and nephews, he’s changed many a diaper. “I have been able to do...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, China, Disney, Features, Mulan, Remakes, Don, Ma, Tigertail, David Henry Hwang, Niki Caro, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar

‘Mulan’ Star Jimmy Wong on Putting His Own Twist on a Beloved Animated Character [Interview]

Jimmy Wong is just happy to be here. In just his third feature film, the Chinese-American actor found himself acting opposite Donnie Yen, Gong Li — some of the biggest names in the Hong Kong movie industry. And he’s playing a character from a beloved Disney animated movie, the laidback Imperial Army recruit Ling, in Niki Caro’s remake of Mulan. It’s a lot of pressure, but Wong wouldn’t have it any other way. “For me, I’m just happy to be able to be a voice in general for anyone that’s out there...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, Disney, Features, Mulan, Remakes, Don, Wong, Nikki, Ling, Imperial Army, Nelson Lee, Niki Caro, Action/Adventure

Evening show host Gordon Smart has left Radio X

Radio X presenter Gordon Smart is leaving Radio X after taking a break earlier this year due to ill health. Gordon first joined Xfm in 2011 to host a weekly show on Sunday afternoons across the Manchester and London FM services. In more recent years he returned and been host of the weekday evening and Sunday afternoon shows. Before radio, Gordon joined Bizarre at The Sun in 2004 and went on to become deputy editor of the newspaper in London for a short time before leaving in 2016. He posted t...
Tags: London, Instagram, Top, Global, People, Radio, Manchester, Ricky Gervais, Don, Gordon, Radio X, Johnny Vaughan, Ian Brown, Gordon Smart, Matt Deverson, Gerry Cinnamon

‘Tenet’ Spoiler Review: Christopher Nolan Creates Stunning Action in a Frustrating, Muddled Movie

Note: I saw Tenet at a press screening with about four other people, total. We all kept our distance from one another, and as far as I can tell, we all kept our masks on for the entire time. It was a seemingly safe situation, but I cannot in good conscience tell you you must run out to the nearest movie theater anytime soon. It’s my job to cover this film and cover it I shall. But please be safe out there, and don’t put yourself – or the people around you – in any unnecessary risk for the sake ...
Tags: Christopher-Nolan, Movies, Washington, Features, Movie Reviews, Robert Pattinson, Harry Potter, Michael Caine, Cia, Nolan, Kenneth Branagh, Warner Brothers, Don, Neil, Branagh, Tenet

Numbers Never Lie and No One’s Happy with Don

This article, "Numbers Never Lie and No One’s Happy with Don" was first published on Small Business Trends
Tags: Sales, Humor, Don

CBS All Access Beams Up a Star Trek Day Virtual Celebration for September 8

Following in the footsteps of the DC FanDome virtual convention, CBS All Access has announced their own 24-hour virtual celebration called Star Trek Day for Tuesday, September 8. But this isn’t just a look forward at what Star Trek: Discovery and the other new shows have in store on CBS All Access (though there will be news about them). This is a full-on Star Trek celebration that will bring fans together to watch exclusive panel programming and initiatives from all of the Star Trek shows that ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Events, Star-Trek, Cbs, Patrick Stewart, Cbs All Access, Gene Roddenberry, Don, George Takei, Picard, Instagram and Twitter, Wil Wheaton, Alex Kurtzman, Akiva Goldsman

5 Communities Rich in Lifestyle Amenities

Don't just fall in love with your city, fall in love with your community amenities. There are so many different developments with an array of fun-filled activities and features you might not know where to start your search. If you're on the hunt for a community that offers a plethora of great things to do, we think these 5 communities will pique your interest.   Tidewater Preserve: A community with all the bells and whistles, you'll love all the amenities at Tidewater Preserve in Bradenton...
Tags: Florida, Radio, Don, Soleil, Bradenton Florida, Tidewater, Taylor Morrison, Manatee River, D R Horton, Arbor Lakes, Lakewood Ranch, Palmer Ranch, Miranda Mickiewicz, Communities Rich, Tidewater Preserve, WCI Communities Venture

All Eyes (and Ears) Are Back On ‘Tenet’ Yet Again as the Latest From Christopher Nolan Finally Opens in the U.S.

All summer, the same story: Tenet will fix things. Tenet will hail the return to movie theaters, and save them from bankruptcy in the process. Tenet will be the solution to the problem…if only it could open. Of course, nothing went according to plan. The planned July release date came and went. So did the August release date. Now, Christopher Nolan‘s big blockbuster has opened overseas, and is finally gearing up to arrive on American shores. Which means attention has been refocused onto the mov...
Tags: Christopher-Nolan, Movies, Amc, United States, New Jersey, Box Office, Nolan, Warner Bros, Tom Hardy, Warner Brothers, Don, San Diego CA, Tenet, Garden State, Eric Handler, Newsom

‘The Boys’ Honest Trailer: What the DC Universe Would Be If Zack Snyder Didn’t Get Studio Notes

Much of the love for superheroes comes from imagining a world in which they heroically saved the day. But as we’ve lived through the year 2020, it’s feeling more and more like real life superheroes would just let us destroy each other and do whatever they hell they wanted. That’s pretty much where Amazon’s series The Boys takes us, and as the Honest Trailer for the show points out, it’s a world that is more brutal, harsh, and unforgiving than Amazon’s warehouses. Watch The Boys Honest Trailer b...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Batman, Lol, Honest Trailers, Honest Trailer, Don, Zack Snyder, Darick Robertson, Comic Book/Superhero, Video Of The Day, Garth Ennis, The Boys

Fans are flocking to support the US Army officer who was suspended for a Holocaust joke in his TikTok video

US Army 2nd Lt. Nathan Freihofer. Twitter/@PaulSzoldra, TikTok/@_itsnate Nathan Freihofer, a US Army second lieutenant, was suspended of his leadership roles pending an investigation after he uploaded a TikTok video with anti-Semitic remarks.Freihofer claimed in the video he was making a joke.Freihofer, who amassed nearly 3 million followers on TikTok before his account was deactivated, received support from his fans.Fans have claimed the Army was being unnecessarily harsh against Freihofer...
Tags: Politics, News, Entertainment, China, US, International, Trends, Georgia, United States, Holocaust, Army, Pokemon, Nazi, North Carolina, Donald Trump, US Army

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