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Amazons Das Rad der Zeit: Endlich Diversity in einer Fantasy-Serie

Gerade sind alle Augen auf Amazons Das Rad der Zeit gerichtet. Zum Teil, weil die Serie als neues Game of Thrones gilt, und auch, weil es die aufwendigste Serie ist, die Amazon je produziert hat – vor allem aber, weil die Hauptrollen (im Gegensatz zu anderen Fantasy-Shows!) divers besetzt sind. Diverses Casting in Fantasy-Serien lässt noch immer mehr auf sich warten als in anderen Genres; echte Repräsentation sucht man vielerorts vergebens. Verglichen mit den beinahe ausschließlich weißen Darste...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Washington, Netflix, Williams, American University, Welt, Bild, WENN, Auch, Perrin, Zoe, Rolle, Jahren

The 5 Best Songs of the Week, from Doja Cat to Rosalía

The Birds of Prey soundtrack continues to gift us with a wealth of new music, like Doja Cat’s unimpeachably catchy “Boss B-tch.” Rosalía goes back to her flamenco style with the haunting “Juro Que.” Pop singer-songwriter L Devine flirts with the edges of punk on “Boring People.” The Shadowboxers show what three vocalists and some throwback funk-R&B can do. And Netflix releases the viral medieval ballad (yes, really) “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher” from The Witcher, completing the circle of th...
Tags: Music, News, Uncategorized, Netflix, Henry Cavill, Justin Timberlake, Devine, Rosalia, Witcher, Hot Pink, Geralt, Rivia, Mooo, Rosal, Joey Batey, L Devine

10 of the strangest star cameos in video games

Rami Malek’s slasher horror, Bowie as a cyberpunk hacker, streetfighting Carmen Electra, and John Hurt down and dirty … improbable roles for A-listersIt’s no longer unusual to see big-name actors in video game roles – and usually it works out fine. Ellen Page in Beyond: Two Souls, Kristen Bell in Assassin’s Creed and Charles Dance in Witcher 3 were all perfectly cast, bringing their talent and star quality to fitting roles, and featured prominently in those games’ promotion. But sometimes, famou...
Tags: Games, Music, Celebrity, Film, Malcolm McDowell, Tim Curry, Life and style, Culture, Television & radio, David Bowie, Ellen Page, Kristen Bell, Retro games, John Hurt, Mark Hamill, Bruce Willis

Watch MYRKUR Perform "Lullaby Of Woe" Live From The Witcher 3 Soundtrack

Originally by Marcin Przybyłowicz & Mikolai Stroinski. The post Watch MYRKUR Perform "Lullaby Of Woe" Live From The Witcher 3 Soundtrack appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Myrkur, Marcin Przybyłowicz Mikolai Stroinski, Witcher

Everything We Know About Netflix’s Answer To Game of Thrones

If you were to Google image search the Polish cult favorite Witcher saga right this moment, you would see a litany of books that look strikingly similar to the Song Of Ice And Fire series we all know gave us HBO’s Game Of Thrones. There are fire-breathing dragons, broad-shouldered dudes holding broad swords, and mysterious women you wouldn’t be surprised to see at Melisandre's next family reunion. And now, Witcher is heading to Netflix as their next big series.Of course, this means everyone is ...
Tags: Google, Fashion, Music, Hbo, Netflix, Michael Cera, Martin, Jon, Kimmy Schmidt, George R R Martin, Witcher, Andrzej Sapkowski, Melisandre, Sapkowski, Gerald Geralt, Yennefer

Sara Watkins’ ‘Wrong’ is right at Largo album-release show

Sharp-eyed Sara Watkins fans may have noticed something as she started her show at Largo, celebrating the release last week and performing in sequence her delightful new “Young In All the Wrong Ways” album: There was no fiddle on stage. Well, sure. Though Watkins since her youthful start with Nickel Creek has been known primarily for her fancy fiddlin’ and gorgeous voice, the album downplays the instrument in favor of guitar-based songs — her first outing in which she’s written or co-written eve...
Tags: Music, Featured, Adele, Bob Dylan, Local Artist, Show Review, Wilson, Sam Phillips, Buick, Sara, Sean, Largo, Watkins, Tom Petty, John Hartford, Garrison Keillor

Soundtrack Review: The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt – Blood & Wine

The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt – Blood & Wine Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the video game score The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt – Blood & Wine by Marcin Przybylowicz, Piotr Musial and Mikolai Stroinski. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 93.6 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 40.3 Album Excellence: 68.3% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood & Wine is the second and final add-on adventure for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt...
Tags: Music, 2016, Video Game, 10s, Game Scores, Toussaint, Vivienne, Witcher, Gwent, CD Projekt Red

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