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Superman: Red Son Clip: Lex & Lois Are a Couple

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Superman: Red Son clip: Lex & Lois are a couple Warner Bros. has debuted a new clip from the upcoming animated adaptation of the acclaimed comic book mini-series Superman: Red Son, showing one of the biggest twists from the Elseworlds storyline that Lex Luthor has hair and is dating Lois Lane. The clip can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Superman: Red Son Blu-ray Details & Trailer Released Based on DC’s famed Elseworlds tale from 2003, Superman: Red Son takes p...
Tags: Video, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Russia, Superman, Gotham, United States, Kansas, Warner Bros, Joseph Stalin, Peter Serafinowicz, Lex, Soviet Union, Golden Globe, Isaacs

All Female League of Legends Esports Team Ejected From LCL

Vaevictis, an all female League of Legends pro team who many believed to be nothing more than a feminist publicity stunt, has been ejected from the LCL (League of Legends Continental League, a pro LoL tournament by Riot Games Russia) for their consistently poor performance. During LCL 2019’s Spring Split, the less than impressive team […]
Tags: Games, Russia, Feminism, Anime, Announcements, Esports, League Of Legends, Online Gaming, LCL League of Legends Continental League

‘And Then We Danced’ Director Levan Akin on when a movie gets you death threats

Director Levan Akin on set with Levan Gelbakhiani “Can we sit outside? I need to smoke.” Levan Akin makes the request when we greet him outside a bookstore in Park City, Utah. The two of us find a cafe table nearby overlooking the street, where we watch a light powdering of snow begin to fall as the mid-week lull of the Sundance Film Festival begins. Normally we might object to Akin smoking, but in his case, it somehow makes sense. His Sundance entry, And Then We Danced, has incited protests ...
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‘Stranger Things’ Announces Production Start With Huge Reveal – Video

It’s official, Stranger Things 4 is on the way, though things are strange indeed as the series moves forward. As much as fans are obviously anxious for more of the hit show, it is perhaps getting to a point where we have to wonder what the heck is left for our band of heroes to face. With the end of every season leaving viewers spent, and the characters having gone through an unbelievable gauntlet, there just doesn’t seem there can be more. Of course, last season left us with a hint about “The ...
Tags: Featured, Television, Movies, Russia, TV News, Hopper, Newsline, Dan Cohen, Shawn Levy, David Harbour, Duffer Brothers, Iain Paterson, Monkey Massacre Productions

‘Stranger Things 4’ Teaser Confirms That Hopper is Alive

Break out the vodka, because we’re definitely not in Hawkins anymore. Netflix has released a new Stranger Things 4 teaser and it’s harboring a big secret: the surprise return of a character we all know and love. And you’ll…hop out of your seats to see him. Watch the Stranger Things 4 teaser below. Stranger Things 4 Teaser That’s right, Hopper is alive! And he’s not doing so hot. The aforementioned “American” who was teased to be imprisoned in Russia at the end of Stranger Things 3, Davi...
Tags: Television, Movies, Russia, Sci-fi, Netflix, Kamchatka, Hopper, Hawkins, Stranger Things, TV Trailer, Jim Hopper, David Harbour, Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things 4, Duffer Brothers Stranger Things

The Green Knight Teaser Trailer Starring Dev Patel & Alicia Vikander

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Green Knight teaser trailer Starring Dev Patel & Alicia Vikander A24 has released the first teaser trailer for director David Lowery’s upcoming medieval fantasy film The Green Knight, featuring our first look at Academy Award-nominated actor Dev Patel as Sir Gawain. Also starring Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, the film will hit the theaters on May 29. Check out the video in the player below along with the official poster! RELATED: A24 & Silver Reel in Bidding War Over...
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, Russia, A24, Dev Patel, Joel Edgerton, Stephen, Sean Connery, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, Lowery, Argonauts, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ralph Ineson

The World’s First Vertical Format Blockbuster is Coming, Whether We Want It Or Not

The vertical format, which is common for short-form videos on mobile platforms, is making the leap to the big screen — by making the screen painfully small. Searching producer Timur Bekmambetov is developing the world’s first vertical format blockbuster with a film that is very aptly titled V2. Escape From Hell. Except this is a hell that we can’t escape. It was only a matter of time. Movie trailers were getting debuted in that godawful “mobile-friendly” dimensions that feature big black bar...
Tags: Movies, Russia, Mts, John Cho, Tech Stuff, Timur-Bekmambetov, Business and Industry News, Bekmambetov, Bazelevs, V2. Escape From Hell, Mikhail Devyatayev Pavel Priluchny

The Iron Mask is a fantasy adventure movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jackie Chan and Rutger Hauer, and is definitely real

I've just watched a trailer for The Iron Mask, a forthcoming Russian/Chinese movie where Arnold Schwarzenegger appears to be playing the chief beefeater at the Tower of London with Jackie Chan as his prisoner. Jason Flemyng, Charles Dance and Rutger Hauer (his final performance!?) are also in it. And now you will watch this trailer also. [via Syfy] The Iron Mask sees action legends Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger team up in a high concept fantasy historical epic featuring breath-taking ...
Tags: Video, London, Movies, News, China, Russia, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jackie Chan, Jonathan Green, Rutger Hauer, Flemyng, Arnold Schwarzenegger Jackie Chan, Jason Flemyng Charles Dance

It’s Jackie Chan vs. Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Iron Mask Trailer

It’s Jackie Chan vs. Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Iron Mask trailer Signature Entertainment has released the official trailer for their upcoming action fantasy film The Iron Mask, a follow-up to the 2014 film The Forbidden Kingdom/ Viy that was loosely based on author Nikolai Gogol’s novel of the same name. Starring iconic action stars Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger, the film will hit the theaters in the UK and on digital on April 10. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: R...
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, China, Russia, Netflix, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jackie Chan, Dudley, Benjamin Button, James Hook, Jonathan Green, Rutger Hauer, Movie News, Nikolai Gogol, Jason Flemyng

Feb 12: The Mueller Report Illustrated

The Mueller Report Illustrated Wednesday, February 12, 2020 7:00 PM 8:00 PM Solid State Books 600 H Street Northeast Washington, DC, 20002 United States (map) ...
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Snowfall Makes Cars Happy: Someone Drew Eyes And Smiles On The Snow That Fell On The Cars

It had been snowing in St. Petersburg, Russia all night long, and early in the morning owners of cars found their vehicles very happy. They were looking from below in the windows smiling at people. Source
Tags: Design, Winter, Russia, Cars, Humor, Inspirations, St Petersburg Russia

Tinatin Dalakishvili Stars in Steampunk + Magic Movie 'Abigail' Trailer

"This gift… it has awakened in you." Well Go USA has released a new trailer for the indie sci-fi steampunk fantasy film from Russia titled just Abigail, which opened in Russia late last summer. It's skipping theaters and going straight to DVD/VOD here in the US, but if you're curious about checking out this high concept steampunk flick, it might be worth a look anyway. Tinatin Dalakishvili stars as Abigail, or Abby, a woman who lives in town that closes itself off and walls itself in after a...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Trailer, Russia, Sci-fi, US, Abigail, Abby, To Watch, Foreign Film, Abigail Trailer, Artyom Tkachenko

Short Film: Vampire (2019)

I was contacted by Billy about this short film that he came across on YouTube – many thanks for the heads-up Billy. This is a short that I am sure will tweak some people's privilege, which is great. Based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s 1924 story "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire", director and co-writer Evgeniy Gavrik has gender swapped Holmes – now Jane Holmes (Julia Magpie) – and Watson – now Emily Watson (Tatyana Lukachina). But let us be honest, there is no reason why this can’t be done (i...
Tags: Movies, Russia, Ferguson, Watson, Arthur Conan Doyle, Meredith, Jackie, Billy, Holmes, Jimmy, MartA, Belief In Vampires, Watson Holmes, Sussex Vampire, Billy This, Evgeniy Gavrik

Feb 12: The Mueller Report Illustrated

The Mueller Report Illustrated Wednesday, February 12, 2020 7:00 PM 8:00 PM Solid State Books 600 H Street Northeast Washington, DC, 20002 United States (map) ...
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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

‘Little America’ episode about gay Syrian man banned in 11 countries

An episode from AppleTV+’s critically acclaimed new series Little America has reportedly been banned in almost a dozen countries for being too gay. Little America, which is getting rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, is an anthology series that highlights stories of eight different immigrant experiences. Haaz Sleiman appears in “The Son,” the final episode of the season. He plays Rafiq, a Syrian man who is forced to flee his village after his father catches him kissing another man. ...
Tags: Entertainment, Russia, Lifestyle, America, Gay, Canada, Homophobia, Lebanon, Middle Eastern, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Trump, Little America, Haaz Sleiman, Appletv, Rafiq

Stephen Dunn explores the broke hearts of LGBTQ refugees in ‘Little America’

Stephen Dunn on set of ‘Little America’ After years of laboring directing and writing short films, Stephen Dunn’s debut feature Closet Monster premiered in 2015, earning him notice for its story of a small town gay teen yearning for a better life. The film helped Dunn land the job of rebooting Queer as Folk for Bravo. With the show in development, Dunn also took on directorial duties for the new immigration-themed Apple+ series Little America. As an anthology series, Little America focuses on...
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10-Year-Old Boy Impregnates Teenage Girl

Russian media is reporting that a 13-year-old girl in southern Siberia has been impregnated by a 10-year-old. The two children, who live in the closed town of Zheleznogorsk, have claimed that they are in a “civil partnership” and that they wish to keep the child, although social services are investigating due to fears about who […]
Tags: Babies, Russia, Pregnancy, International, Bizarre, Siberia, Anime, Schoolgirls, Schoolboys, Zheleznogorsk

Paul Rice went underground to meet Russia’s LGBTQ population. ‘A Worm in the Heart’ is the result.

Director Paul Rice It’s one thing to stage a film on a set. It’s another to actually live it. Paul Rice did just that. The Irish-born director, who, at 30, now lives in San Francisco, felt a moral calling to after hearing stories of the suppression of queer people in Russia. Rice grabbed his camera, his boyfriend Liam, and set off to document the lives of LGBTQ Russians. His three-week trip consisted of stops in some of Russia’s largest cities via the Trans-Siberian railroad. The resulting fi...
Tags: Europe, Feature, UK, New York, Entertainment, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, US, Lifestyle, America, San Francisco, Eu, Society, Austria, United States

What to watch: Russia’s queer underground, a closet case killer and a gay war romance

‘Sex Education’ Stepping out on a movie date this weekend? Netflix and chillin? Whatever your entertainment needs, we got your back (and hopefully your mind) with Queerty’s weekly “Culture Club” column with some of the highlights of new releases, streaming shows, classics worth revisiting, and what to drink while you watch. The Destination: A Worm in the Heart Director Paul Rice and his boyfriend Liam braved the wilds of Russia to make this documentary about the nation’s homophobia. As the p...
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‘Stranger Things’ Comic Hints That Russia Might Have Its Own Eleven

We still know very little about Stranger Things 4, other than the hint that the fourth season of the flagship Netflix series will be the gang out of Hawkins, Indiana. But how far, exactly? Across oceans, if the teasers and companion material mean anything. A new Stranger Things comic may pinpoint us to exactly where we could be heading next season, and what to expect there. The end of Season 3 saw Hopper presumably killed in an explosion that closed the gate to the Upside Down. But we all kn...
Tags: Television, Movies, Comic Books, Horror, Russia, Netflix, Hopper, Soviet Union, Hawkins, Brenner, Francine, Stranger Things, Action/Adventure, Hawkins Indiana, Stranger Things 4

Authorities seek suspect in connection with firebombing over Netflix gay Jesus film

The First Temptation of Christ (Photo: Netflix) The frenzied controversy over the Netflix satire The First Temptation of Christ continues, as Brazil has called on Russia to extradite Eduardo Fauzi (below), a man accused of the firebombing of offices in Rio de Janeiro on Christmas Eve.  Security video captured footage of five individuals throwing Molotov cocktails at the recording studio of  Porta dos Fundos, the comedy troupe that produced First Temptation for Netflix. Fortunately, no one was...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Russia, Lifestyle, Netflix, Daily Mail, United States, Paris, Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, Jesus, Christ, Ad Friendly, Fauzi, Porta dos Fundos, First Temptation Of Christ

‘Baguettes, Umbrellas, and Lightsabers.’ Here’s the Whole Story Behind the Ben Solo Challenge Inspired By Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. In the midst of the third act of The Rise of Skywalker, there comes a moment when it seems like the luck of our two heroes, Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Ben Solo (Adam Driver), may finally run out. But, of course, this is Star Wars, so with the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance, the pair finds a way to utilize the Force connection they share throughout the sequel trilogy to turn the tables on the Dark Side. And thu...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, News, Russia, Uncategorized, Viral, Harrison Ford, Adam Driver, Vanity Fair, Rian Johnson, Black, Ben Solo, Rey, Don, Mike, Jake

The 10 Best International Action Movies of the Decade

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) Movies in general need a lot of different elements to go right for the end product to excel, but genre films typically require one above all else. Comedies should amuse/or make you laugh. Horror films should leave you unsettled, disturbed, and/or darkly delighted. And action movies should thrill audiences through their use of motion and impact. This past decade has been fantastic for films of all kinds, but it’s been especially rewarding ...
Tags: South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Movies, Indonesia, Germany, Russia, Berlin, US, Features, Fbi, West, Cambodia, Tokyo, Evans, Luc Besson

December 17 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW December 17 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s December 17 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Downton Abbey Return to Downton Abbey as the beloved Crawleys and their intrepid staff prepare for a royal visit from the King and Queen of England in this grand cinematic experience...
Tags: England, TV, New York, Downton Abbey, Movies, Horror, China, Russia, Digital, San Francisco, Bob Dylan, Everest, TV News, Harry Potter, Andy Warhol, Blu-ray

Superman: Red Son Blu-ray Details & Trailer Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Superman: Red Son Blu-ray details & trailer released Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released the Superman: Red Son Blu-ray and Digital details of the next entry in the popular DC Universe Movies series. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC, the feature-length animated film arrives — along with a new DC Showcase animated short, Phantom Stranger — on Digital starting February 25, 2020, and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack and Blu-ray Combo Pack on March 17, 2020. You can ...
Tags: Video, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Russia, Superman, Digital, Gotham, United States, Kansas, Joseph Stalin, Peter Serafinowicz, Blu, Soviet Union, Isaacs, Jess

Official Trailer for Russian Video Game Sci-Fi Movie 'A Rough Draft'

"This world belongs to me!" High Octane Pictures has released an official trailer for a Russian sci-fi movie titled A Rough Draft, formerly known as just The Draft. This super trippy, weird techno-thriller is about a video game designer who is stripped of his identity and then recruited by a mysterious group to be the gatekeeper of a multi-dimensional portal. He learns to open the portals to a variety of parallel worlds which represent alternative versions of Moscow: a steampunk Imperial Rus...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Russia, Sci-fi, Earth, Moscow, Kirill, To Watch, Foreign Film, Nikita Volkov Yevgeny Tkachuk Olga Borovskaya, Yulia Peresild

Catherine the Great Episode 4 Recap

Catherine the Great Episode 4 Recap In the previous episode of HBO’s Catherine the Great, Catherine insisted on keeping Paul’s son, Alexander, with her at the palace while his parents went on a diplomatic tour in Austria. In the finale of Catherine the Great, Russia went to war with the Turks, and Catherine had Alexander sign a document in secret. Divide and Conquer The Turks declared war with Russia. Catherine wanted to recall Alexei Orlov to court, but Potemkin opposed the idea. He wante...
Tags: Europe, Hbo, TV, Movies, Russia, Austria, TV News, Recap, Catherine, TV Recap, Alexander, PAUL, Sophia, Voltaire, Catherine the Great, Alexei

Nov 24 & 26: Animation Show of Shows @ AFI 11/24 and 11/26

2 Dates · Nov 24 - Nov 26 NOV 24 Sun 6:30 PM NOV 26 Tue 7:00 PM AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center 8633 Colesville Rd, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910 Show Map Tickets silver.afi.com Find Tickets  https://facebook.com/events/890061128054308/?ti=cl The The Animation Show of Shows, a curated selection of the "best of the best" animated short films creat...
Tags: Comics, Hollywood, Maryland, Germany, Russia, Czech Republic, North America, AFI, Renard, Mike Rhode, Amit Cohen, Animation Show of Shows, Michael Frei Mario von Rickenbach, Gil Alkabetz, Marta Trela Germany, Natalia Mirzoyan

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