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Matthew McConaughey says he's 'more of a folk singin', philosopher, poet-statesman' than a politician as he continues to flirt with run for Texas governor

Matthew McConaughey Gary Miller/Getty Images Matthew McConaughey offered cryptic hints over a potential Texas gubernatorial run. In an interview with the "Set It Straight: Myths and Legends" podcast, he flirted with it. "I'm more of a folk singin', philosopher, poet-statesman than I am a per se definitive politician," he said. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amid ongoing speculation over whether he'll jump into the 2022 Texas governor's race, Academy Award-...
Tags: Politics, Texas, Matthew Mcconaughey, Supreme Court, Entertainment, US, Trends, Gop, Richard Linklater, Dallas Morning News, Abbott, Greg Abbott, Houston Chronicle, Midland, Lone Star State, McConaughey


Elon Musk and Grimes have broken up after 3 years of dating

Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Huffington Post Elon Musk and Grimes have broken up after three years of dating. Musk told the NYPost that they are "semi-separated" but "are on great terms." The couple will continue to co-parent their 1-year-old son, X Æ A-Xii, Page Six reports. See more stories on Insider's business page. Elon Musk and Grimes have called it quits after three years together. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO told Page Six's Emily Smith and Mara Siegler on Friday that they are...
Tags: Spacex, Elon Musk, Texas, Celebrities, News, Instagram, Entertainment, Trends, Tesla, Vogue, Grimes, Wall Street Journal, Securities And Exchange Commission, Musk, EMILY SMITH, Page Six


A24 Gives Release Dates for C’mon C’mon and Red Rocket

A24 has officially set the theatrical release dates for some of its most highly anticipated films of the year. RELATED: C’mon C’mon Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Stars in A24 Drama Pic First up, C’mon C’mon, starring Joaquin Phoenix, is set to release on November 19, 2021, with Sean Baker’s Red Rocket also given a release date of December 3, 2021. The two films were a hit at various fall film festivals, and A24 is likely looking to get some early award buzz for the two features given the release date...
Tags: New York, Texas, Movies, Los Angeles, New Orleans, A24, Joaquin Phoenix, Baker, Mike Mills, Johnny, Sean Baker, McNairy, Movie News, Red Rocket, Chris Bergoch, Simon Rex


Compass scoops up yet another title company

The deal will see Compass acquire Denver-based First Alliance Title. It's the second such acquisition for Compass in roughly a week.
Tags: Texas, Technology, Colorado, Radio, Dallas, Compass, Denver, Title, Modus, Brokerage, Greg Parham, Robert Reffkin, Pooneet Kant


The Wire Creator David Simon Pulls HBO Project Out Of Texas Over Abortion Law

While Texas conservatives continue stripping the rights away of their citizens in an attempt to cover up the death rattle of an antiquated party losing power, some Hollywood creatives are choosing to hit the state where it hurts most: in the pocketbook. Known for creating popular shows like "The Wire" and "The Deuce," David Simon took to social media to announce that despite his new project being set in Texas, he's refusing to film the project there in response to the Texas abortion ban. Simon p...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Texas, Movies, News, Supreme Court, Dallas, Baltimore, San Antonio, Simon, Iatse, David Simon, Dallas Austin Houston, Dallas Film Commission, Texas the Dallas Film Commission, HBO Show About Police


Uma Thurman Shares She Had an Abortion as a Teen In Light of Texas's New Law

By Carly Tennes Published: September 22nd, 2021
Tags: Texas, Humor, Carly Tennes


Startup iBuyer Flyhomes expands to Austin, Dallas and Houston

In addition to three new Texas markets, the company operates in Seattle, Boston, Portland, the Bay Area and Southern California.
Tags: Texas, Technology, Austin, Radio, Dallas, Houston, Austin Dallas, News Brief, Ibuyers, Tushar Garg, Flyhomes, iBuyer, Ibuying, Seattle Boston Portland the Bay Area


Fall housing outlook: Cooling prices, tighter inventory, less competition

As the weather cools, so too will competition and housing prices, experts told Inman for its 2021 Fall Housing Market Outlook. Still, agents can expect inventory to remain tight
Tags: Texas, Analysis, Chicago, Radio, Federal Reserve, Mortgage Rates, Zillow, Denver, Redfin, Boise, Morty, Inman, Markets & Economy, Select, RE/MAX, Washington D.c


Pomona edges into Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ novel

Quentin Tarantino’s movies tend to go on longer than is strictly necessary. The same holds true for his bestselling novelization of his own screenplay for “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” which runs 400 pages. But the extra space does allow for digressions that weren’t part of his digression-filled 2-hour, 41-minute movie (which I liked, let me hasten to say). And in one scenic byway, brought to my attention by reader Allen Callaci, a Texas cowboy picks up a young hitchhiker and starts a convers...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Hollywood, Texas, Movies, California, La, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Ford, Conan, Dave Grohl, Quentin Tarantino, Local News, Arcadia


The Harder They Fall: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Regina King, Jonathan Majors, and Idris Elba are starring in a "new-school"-style Western — what more could movie fans want? Believe it or not, it only gets cooler from there. This exciting film is just a few weeks away from release, with a thrilling premise and a star-studded cast. If you're looking to stay in the loop, here's e...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Jay Z, Netflix, Idris Elba, Samuel, Rufus, Elba, Regina King, Michael K Williams, Boaz Yakin, Rosario Dawson, Bass Reeves, Zazie Beetz, R J Cyler, Bill Pickett


The 15 Best Simpsons One-Off Characters Ranked

After 32 years on the air, it takes real mettle to appear in only one episode of "The Simpsons" and leave such an impression that the audience never forgets you. And yet, some characters make such a grand contribution to the series, or provoke such a change in one of our beloved regulars, that a single adventure is all we needed to see. In that spirit, we salute those magnificent one-timers who, even with their brief screen time, made an indelible mark on the greatest television show of all time...
Tags: Texas, Television, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, France, Simpsons, Silicon Valley, Roy, Voice, Morrissey, Scorpio, Turner, Albert Brooks, Chester, Blofeld, Douglas


Krysten Ritter Joins Elizabeth Olsen in HBO Max’s Love and Death Miniseries

According to Deadline, Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad, Jessica Jones) has officially signed on to join Emmy nominee Elizabeth Olsen in HBO Max’s upcoming true-crime drama miniseries Love and Death, which hails from executive producers David E. Kelley and Nicole Kidman. Ritter is set to portray the role of Sherry Cleckler, who is a close friend to Olsen’s Candy Montgomery, the Texan woman that was convicted for the murder of Betty Gore. This marks Ritter’s latest TV project in more than two years s...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Texas, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Scott Brown, TV News, Streaming, Gucci, Elisabeth Moss, Elizabeth Olsen, Krysten Ritter, Golden Globe, Ritter, Olsen


Halloween Horror Nights 2021: Ranking All The New Mazes From Worst To Best

As I strolled into Universal Hollywood for the first time since Halloween Horror Nights 2019, emotions were a bubbly cauldron of excitement, hesitation, and curiosity. The pandemic isn't over — especially in Los Angeles with delta, mu, and lambda variant concerns — and yet I'm vaccinated, diligently wear my mask, and am ready to embrace SpookySeason™ (safely) once again. As much as I'd prefer to exclusively focus on marquee mazes filled with threats from Hill House's purgatorial inhabitants to M...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Amc, America, Los Angeles, Netflix, Pandora, House, Universal, Christ, Bates Motel, Medusa, Cool Stuff, Michael, John Carpenter, Luke


The 10 Apple TV+ Movies That Justify A Subscription

Now that we've accepted that we're all going to drown in an endless sea of streaming options, apps, and a whole lot of plus signs, it's time to enjoy our fate and just keep swimming. Apple TV+ has made a name for itself with popular shows like "Ted Lasso" and "Central Park," but the streaming service's original movie selection is nothing to scoff at. For just $4.99 a month, there's plenty to get your money's worth. In no particular order, here are 10 Apple TV+ movies that justify a subscription....
Tags: Apple, Texas, Movies, New York City, Apple TV, Netflix, Ireland, Bill Murray, Charles, Bryce Dallas Howard, Henry Rollins, Ruby, Naacp, Deaf, Charlie Brown, Samuel L Jackson


Compass dives further into title insurance with latest acquisition

The deal to acquire LegacyTexas Title Co. follows acquisitions of two other title companies and will ultimately make Compass's title services available in six states and Washington, D.C.
Tags: Florida, Texas, Technology, California, Washington, Radio, Dallas, Compass, Title, Industry News, Modus, Brokerage, Select, News Brief, Title Insurance, Escrow


Cavna looks at Texas abortion 'law' cartoons

How cartoonists are taking on the Texas abortion law Michael Cavna September 10, 2021  https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/09/10/cartoons-texas-abortion-law/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Texas, Mike Rhode, Michael Cavna, Cavna


Fear The Walking Dead Season 7 Trailer: The Apocalypse Was Bad Before The Nukes

If you grew up in the '90s and you had phenomenal taste in film soundtracks, you might have owned a scratched-up CD of "Batman & Robin: Music from and Inspired by the 'Batman & Robin' Motion Picture." Therein, just before Bone Thugs-n-Harmony insisted that you "Look Into My Eyes," The Smashing Pumpkins tapped into the caped crusader's goth angst with the banger track, "The End Is the Beginning Is the End," earning them a Grammy for brooding alongside Gotham's greatest defender. It's a good jam. ...
Tags: Texas, Television, Movies, News, Amc, Gotham, Trailers, Harmony, Romero, David Alpert, Lennie James, John Glover, Colman Domingo, Scott M Gimple, Batman Robin, Aisha Tyler


Single-Season '80s Sci-Fi And Fantasy Shows That Deserve A Second Shot

The '80s were the decade when KITT prowled the streets and Airwolf patrolled the skies, when a school teacher stepped up to serve as the greatest American hero, and when a government scientist took his first quantum leap back in time to put right what once went wrong.But '80s television also boasted legions of less-watched stealth superheroes: phoenixes and probing prodigies and extraterrestrial ex-cons, wizards and warriors, manimals and automen, and voyagers to other worlds. Maybe their shows ...
Tags: Better Call Saul, Texas, Tibet, Television, Movies, Nbc, Africa, David Letterman, America, Indiana, Earth, Austin, United States, Egypt, Chase, Pentagon


Fear the Walking Dead Season 7 Trailer & Key Art Released

AMC has released the official Fear the Walking Dead Season 7 trailer and key art for the upcoming season, premiering on Sunday, October 17, and streaming early on AMC+ beginning October 10. Additionally, Aisha Tyler, who directed an episode of the series in Season 6, will appear in the new season. RELATED: Fear the Walking Dead Season 7 First Look Clips & Details Released “Teddy (John Glover) brought about his vision of ‘The End’ when he detonated nuclear warheads across the Texas landscape, but...
Tags: Video, TV, Texas, Movies, Drama, Horror, Amc, TV News, Streaming, Fear The Walking Dead, David Alpert, John Glover, ComingSoon, Pollyanna McIntosh, Aisha Tyler, Scott M Gimple Showrunners Andrew Chambliss


Scott Derrickson's The Black Phone Will Premiere At Fantastic Fest This Month — Get Your First Look Here

Surprise! "The Black Phone," the much-anticipated new horror flick from Blumhouse Productions and director Scott Derrickson, is set to have its world premiere later this month at Fantastic Fest. A trailer for the movie was recently screened at CinemaCon, and it allegedly scared the pants off of those who attended. What's more, we got a creepy first look at the horrors to come from Derrickson himself on Twitter. Let's take a gander.Creepy Ethan Hawke? Check. Scary mask? Check. Dark hallway where ...
Tags: Texas, Movies, News, Ethan Hawke, Cargill, Joe Hill, Hawke, Blumhouse, Scott Derrickson, Cinemacon, Blumhouse Productions, SlashFilm, Robert Cargill, Derrickson, Madeleine McGraw, The Black Phone


Every Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movie Ranked Worst To Best

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise has an identity crisis that goes deeper than interchangeable skin masks. To mainstream moviegoers in 1974, pleasantly removed from the sloppy-joe stylings of Herschell Gordon Lewis and his ilk, the standard of cinematic bloodletting sat with the black-and-white Bosco of "Night of the Living Dead" -- even "The Exorcist" opted for less sacred bodily fluids. All it took to traumatize a generation was $140,000 and a bunch of Lone Star amateurs. "The Texas Chain ...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Oxford, Mpaa, Dennis Hopper, Renée Zellweger, Viggo Mortensen, Massacre, Don, Hewitt, Motion Picture Association of America, Carson, R Lee Ermey, Sawyer, Henkel


The Matrix Resurrections Looks Like The Gremlins 2 Or Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 Of The Matrix Series, And That's Exciting

The trailer for "The Matrix Resurrections" is here, and it looks great. It also looks weird, and that's what has me truly excited for this sequel. It would've been very easy for director and co-writer Lana Wachowski to play it safe and more or less recycle ideas from the original trilogy. Instead, "The Matrix Resurrections" is taking a much different approach -- the type of approach taken by weird, misunderstood sequels like "Gremlins 2: The New Batch" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2." Those ...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Warner Bros, Gremlins, Reeves, Abraham Lincoln, Hooper, Wachowskis, Phoebe Cates, Leatherface, Cates, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Tobe Hooper, Joe Dante, Lana Wachowski


Killer Camp Season 1: Release Date, Cast, And More

The CW brought the slasher genre to life last year when it aired "Killer Camp." The reality competition series that was originally produced in the U.K. was imported by the network to help fill gaps in its programming schedule. These gaps were created, in part, by production delays resulting from the pandemic, but The CW turned lemons into lemonade. After airing the original series last summer, they opted to produce an American remake, which will hit the airwaves this fall. More slasher goodness ...
Tags: Texas, Television, Movies, Cw, Bobby, Bruce, Karen Smith, SlashFilm, Bobby Mair, Killer Camp, Steph Harris Ben Wilson, Child Television


The 20 Best Sports Films Of All Time Ranked

Movies about sports are essentially genetically engineered to be feel-good stories. Although the reality of professional sports is that a very small group of elite athletes tend to win over and over again, sports film fantasies favor the underdogs. At the movies, we see teams of misfits continually beat the odds, overcoming obstacles that would cause individuals with less fortitude to stumble. And although we tend to think of the sports film as adhering pretty closely to a specific formula, ther...
Tags: Texas, Movies, California, US, America, Happy, Dave, New Jersey, Drew Barrymore, Little League, Oakland, Yankees, John Candy, Margot Robbie, Ducks, Allison Janney


Tripwire CEO Forced to Step Down for Praising Heartbeat Bill, Games Review Bombed

Tripwire Interactive’s President John Gibson has been forced to step down from his role as CEO after he dared to praise the anti-abortion heartbeat bill that recently went into effect in Texas, which horrifyingly forces women to be responsible and use contraception during sex instead of just mangling and murdering their fetus afterward. The heartbeat […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Usa, Texas, Internet, Steam, Feminism, Abortion, Anime, Cancellations, Pc Gaming, John Gibson, Firings, Tripwire Interactive


Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Happy Trails"

From Mike Flugennock, DC's anarchist cartoonist on Sun, Sep 5, 2021 "Happy Trails" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3306 Is it just me, or has The Atlantic become our one-stop shop for  tone-deaf shit takes? My current favorite clunker concerns the fascist  abortion law in Texas, and its potential to turn out the vote for the  Democrats. Yeah, that's right — Texas has gone full-on fascist with  this shit, a fistful of other states are reportedly considering going  that way, ...
Tags: Comics, Texas, Atlantic, Party, Happy Trails, Mike Rhode, Mike Flugennock, Elaine Godfrey, Roy Rogers Show


New to MUBI - SONG TO SONG

The turbulent love lives of two musicians in Texas. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Texas, Movies, The Movie Waffler


Technology and Industry Expertise Combined for a Modern Closing Experience

[Note from editor: The “Mastermind Showcase” highlights companies and news from members of the GEM. Today’s showcase: Endpoint.] A mobile-first title and escrow company company, Endpoint is working to deliver a hassle-free closing process. It provides agents, buyers, and sellers with real-time progress tracking and notifications, in-app messaging, e-signatures and document management, and access to a dedicated closing team. Buyers can also securely transfer funds within the app, and when it’s ...
Tags: Texas, Radio, Endpoint, Agents and Brokers, Mastermind Showcase, Garreth Long, Washington California Arizona


Keller Williams distributes grants, supplies to agents impacted by Ida

The KW Cares program mobilized in the wake of Hurricane Ida last week and should end up providing assistance to 2,000 people suffering impacts from the storm.
Tags: Texas, Mississippi, Austin, Radio, Hurricane, Natural Disaster, Louisiana, Tropical Storm, Industry News, Keller Williams, Ida, Port Fourchon, News Brief, Hurricane Harvey, KW Cares, Alexia Rodriguez


Catching up with SPX 2021 - Guests and Ignatz Awards

Small Press Expo Announces Tillie Walden, Shira Spector, Hartley Lin, Simon Hanselmann and Keiler Roberts as Special Guests for SPX 2021   Bethesda, Maryland - August 19, 2021   Media Release - Small Press Expo is proud to announce the first group of Special Guests for SPX 2021. The virtual festival takes place on Saturday September 18 with live and pre-recorded programming about the amazing world of independent and small press comics, as well as a livestream ...
Tags: Comics, Texas, China, Toronto, Atlantic, United States, Montreal, Ontario, Robert, Walter Scott, Wendy, Roberts, Frances, Executive Committee, Vickie, MFA



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