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Everything Hawkeye's Opening Credits Sequence Tells Us About Kate Bishop

"Hawkeye" has arrived on Disney+ today! The first two episodes of the latest TV series from Marvel Studios are here, and it starts in quite an unexpected way. Flashing back to 2012, we learn that new character Kate Bishop (played by young Clara Stack before Hailee Steinfeld takes over in present day) was caught up in the Battle of New York waged between The Avengers and Loki and his Chitauri alien army. The opening sequence reveals how Hawkeye saved little Kate Bishop from a Chitauri soldier who...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Kate, Jack, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Hailee Steinfeld, Hawkeye, Eleanor, Loki, Clint, Tran, Aja

Who Are The Tracksuit Draculas? Hawkeye's Villains Explained

The Disney+ series "Hawkeye" is here, giving Marvel fans something to be thankful for just in time for turkey day. The Christmas-themed superhero series is based on the acclaimed Matt Fraction and David Aja run of the "Hawkeye" comic series, which debuted in 2012. That means that our hero, Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), is going to be facing off against the Tracksuit Mafia, or "Tracksuit Draculas," a group of Eastern European mobsters with a penchant for the word "bro." Let's dig into who exactly...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Kingpin, Soviet Union, Barton, Aja, MCU, David Aja, Kate Bishop, Clint Barton Jeremy Renner, Tracksuit Mafia, Kate Bishop Hailee Steinfeld, Mafia Multiple Times

How Hawkeye Deals With Clint Barton's Hearing Loss

It's been ten years now since Jeremy Renner made his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut as Hawkeye in the first "Thor" movie. Finally, a decade later, Hawkeye is about to headline his own solo adventure. He's the last of the six founding Avengers to do so, but when his six-episode series "Hawkeye" premieres on Disney+ next week, he won't be completely alone, since Hailee Steinfeld is also buddying up with him. Steinfeld plays fan-favorite character Kate Bishop, who has history with Hawkeye in Marve...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Disney, Marvel Comics, Hailee Steinfeld, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Clint, Aja, MCU, Matt Fraction, Ronin, Steinfeld, Clint Barton, Lauren Ridloff

The Best Netflix Original Horror Movies Of 2021 (So Far)

Netflix has an extensive lineup of movies and TV shows, but head to the site for some creepy content and you'll find the offerings slim. Those looking for a wide variety of spooky classics will be dismayed to go to the horror section, sort by year released, and only find the catalogue to go back as far as 1990's "The Exorcist III" (which is nonetheless outstanding, go watch it). Where the streaming service shines is in its original content, bringing fresh films from a variety of storytellers aro...
Tags: Florida, England, Texas, Movies, Stephen King, Rebecca, Netflix, House, Nebraska, Takashi Miike, Ya, Darren Aronofsky, Sam, Alfred Hitchcock, Catherine, Alice

Superhero Bits: What If..? Gets A Disney+ Special, Zack Snyder Comments On A New Justice League & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:Zack Snyder comments on "Justice League 2" again"Thunderbolts" movie rumors swirlJames Gunn and Zachary Levi want to work togetherMarvel's "What If...?" gets a new special on...
Tags: Movies, News, Marvel, Disney, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Batman, James Gunn, Marvel Comics, Nick Tarabay, Alex, Marvel Studios, Levi, Lex, Hawkeye, Cool Stuff

Inspiring 1.4 million students to learn computer science

For many of the challenges our world faces — like access to healthcare and climate change — technology will be part of the solution. For those solutions to affect change, the technologists behind them should be reflective of everyone. However, in the U.S. today 26% of computing professionals are women, 8% are Hispanic and 9% are Black.Access to education is at the root of this inequity. Girls, historically underrepresented groups and students from small and rural towns are less likely to have th...
Tags: Google, Utah, Education, Illinois, South Carolina,, Jeffery, Aja, Maggie Johnson, Aubree, H Council, Code with Google, Computer Science Pathway

12 Things To Know About Kate Bishop Before The Disney+ Hawkeye Series

With Hailee Steinfeld set to portray Marvel's world-famous female archer Kate Bishop on the new Disney+ "Hawkeye" series, it's time to brush up on our knowledge of the character.Kate Bishop was only introduced to Marvel comics in the early '00s, but already has a complicated, Marvel-esque history replete with time travel, universe hopping, and tragic familial connections to villainy. While there's a lot to discuss when it comes to the junior Hawkeye, the most important elements (and those most l...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Robin Hood, Disney, America, Los Angeles, Iron Man, Young Avengers, Kate, Avengers, Hailee Steinfeld, Captain America, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Lucky

Why Matt Fraction And David Aja's Hawkeye Is Essential Reading For Marvel Fans

We were recently treated to the first trailer for Marvel's "Hawkeye" series, which is coming to Disney+ later this year. It will give Jeremy Renner's Clint Barton the spotlight, while also introducing us to Hailee Steinfeld's Kate Bishop. Not to mention Lucky, AKA Pizza Dog. But it also may serve as a perfect time for Marvel fans to dive into the source material a bit. In particular, writer Matt Fraction and artist David Aja's seminal 2012 "Hawkeye" comic book series, which helped to redefine th...
Tags: Television, Movies, New York City, Disney, Dc Comics, Earth, Young Avengers, Thor, Kate, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Hailee Steinfeld, Bishop, Captain America, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye

Hawkeye Trailer Introduces Pizza Dog, The Most Important Character In The MCU

The upcoming Disney+ "Hawkeye" series sees the return of Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye, which is cool I guess, but not the coolest news of the day. More exciting is the introduction of Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, the next Hawkeye, and Alaqua Cox as Echo, the MCU's first Native American and deaf hero. But the best news of all comes in the form of the fluffy golden retriever that the entire world will soon fall in love with, Lucky the Pizza Dog. The MCU might be full of action and have an ever grow...
Tags: Television, Movies, Kate, Wanda, Hailee Steinfeld, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Lucky, Clint, Aja, MCU, Matt Fraction, SlashFilm, Kate Bishop, Disney Hawkeye, Alaqua Cox

20 Movies About Serial Killers That Will Absolutely Creep You Out

Serial killers are scary. Sure, so are ghosts and monsters, but those occupy a distinct, purely fictional part of our minds. Supernatural creatures are ephemeral fears, frightening enough to generate a jolt or a few hours of unease, but nothing really beyond that.Serial killers are different because they're real. They live in our world, and appear on newscasts and the front pages, not just in books, movies, and old stories. They're flesh and blood, but there's something monstrous about them that...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, France, Oregon, Disney, Rome, Fbi, Rebecca, David, Netflix, United States, Roger Ebert, Brian Cox, Miami, Michael Caine, John

The 12 Best Space Movies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

If Hollywood has taught us anything, it's that humanity is destined to venture among the stars. Whether as an act of exploration or defense against global disaster, interstellar travel remains the great fantasy of both big-budget blockbusters and inexpensive science fiction films alike. So, where better to start your space travel movie marathon than Netflix, especially since the streaming giant has made our solar system -- and the stars beyond -- the basis of several of its original features? Wh...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Steve Jobs, Robin Williams, Wikipedia, Michael Bay, Earth, Netflix, Iron Man, David Cronenberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Josh Hutcherson, George Clooney, Rosamund Pike, Robert Zemeckis

Shawn Mendes’ short shorts, Nyle DiMarco’s speedo, & Big Sean’s big chest

This week Matt Damon announced he’s stopped using antigay slurs, Kathy Griffin made her cancer diagnosis public, and Tan France . Here’s what happened on Instagram: Shawn Mendes wore stripes. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Shawn Mendes (@shawnmendes) Conrad Rocha took a dip in the Pacific. AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div-gpt-ad-inarticle1"); }); ...
Tags: Instagram, Matt Damon, Lifestyle, Italy, Pacific, Big Sean, Queerty, Matthew Mitcham, Kathy Griffin, Shawn Mendes, Sam Heughan, Sean, Christopher Meloni, Nyle DiMarco, Carson Kressley, Aja

Sequel Bits: ‘Army of the Dead 2,’ ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2,’ ‘Crawl 2,’ and More

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Zack Snyder has an “insane” idea for Army of the Dead 2 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 wraps production at breakneck speed Alexandre Aja teases Crawl 2 talks And more! Netflix is planning out a whole Army of the Dead cinematic universe, with production already wrapped on the Matthias Schweighöfer-starring prequel Army of Thieves, and an anime prequel series Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas. But what about a direct Army of the Dead sequel? If it happens, it’s going to be ...
Tags: Twitter, Movies, Toronto, Netflix, Sequels, ` Army, Vancouver, New Mexico, Sony Pictures, Ben Schwartz, Nickelodeon, Viacom, Spongebob Squarepants, Indiewire, Snyder, Zack

UK: La Legalizzazione Di Documenti Nel Regno Unito Ai Sensi Della Convenzione Dell'Aja Del 5 Ottobre 1961 - Hanover Bond Law

La "Convenzione che sopprime la legalizzazione degli atti pubblici esteri conclusa all'Aja il 5 ottobre 1961" (di seguito la "Convenzione") si applica agli atti pubblici che sono stati redatti...
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Oxygen Is a Claustrophobic Sci-Fi Thriller of Non-Stop Reveals

Don’t let the fact that Oxygen is about a woman stuck in place for two hours fool you. The claustrophobic setting provides more twists and turns than most films with the whole world at their disposal. Directed by Alexandre Aja (Crawl, The Hills Have Eyes), the film stars Mélanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds) as a…Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Chemistry, Oxygen, Quantum of Solace, Melanie Laurent, Songs, Aja, Alexandre Aja, Mathieu Amalric, Physical Sciences, Entertainment Culture, Chalcogens, Mélanie Laurent Inglourious Basterds

Al Schmitt, Grammy-winning music producer, dies at 91

By Hillel Italie | Associated Press NEW YORK — Twenty-time Grammy winner Al Schmitt, whose extraordinary career as a recording engineer and producer included albums by Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra and many other of the top performers of the past 60 years, has died at age 91. Schmitt’s family announced on Facebook that he died Monday, without identifying a specific cause. Schmitt lived in the Los Angeles area. A relative, who did not want to be identified, confirmed Schmitt’s death to Th...
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‘Oxygen’ Trailer: ‘Crawl’ Director Alexandre Aja Traps Mélanie Laurent in a Cryogenic Pod

Crawl director Alexandre Aja moves from a crawlspace to a cryogenic pod with Oxygen, a new thriller headed to Netflix. Mélanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds) plays a woman who wakes up in an extremely high-tech pod and discovers she has no memory of who she is or how she ended up here. To make matters worse, she’s unable to get out of the pod – and her oxygen is running out by the second. Can she remember who she is and find a way out before it’s too late? Watch the Oxygen trailer below. Ox...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Thriller, Movie Trailers, Oxygen, Melanie Laurent, Black List, Aja, Alexandre-Aja, Mathieu Amalric, Christie LeBlanc, Alexandre Aja Traps Mélanie Laurent, Netflix Mélanie Laurent Inglourious Basterds, Malik Zidi Play Christie LeBlanc

The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Chairman at the Board: Recording the Soundtrack of a Generation by Bill Schnee

Chairman at the Board: Recording the Soundtrack of a Generation by Bill Schnee Chairman at the Board is an intimate, funny, and absorbing look at the music business by an insider who has recorded a host of the greatest musical artists from the 1970s to today. Bill Schnee takes the reader inside the studio—behind the curtain—and through the decades with a cavalcade of famous artists as he helped them to realize their vision. After his high school band was dropped by Decca Records, Schnee...
Tags: Podcast, Hollywood, Seo, Cbs, Perry, Clive Davis, Aja, Chris Voss, Books/Authors, Toby Foster, Bill Schnee, Decca Records Schnee, Doug Sax, Richie Podolor, Richard Perry Schnee, Marvin Gaye Thelma Houston

Omonomono Newsletter, Mar. 29 Update

Sign up for these as emails here. 「You copy?」— ♱ヲさかな♱ (@f_osakana) March 28, 2021 Omonomono Newsletter, 2021-03-29 Just a note–I might be trying out different newsletter services and providers in the coming weeks. I didn’t mention how I switched last week–which was just using my blog’s own hosting instead of MailChimp. That might be better in the end, but deliverability might not be the best, I don’t know. Thanks to Substack this whole sector is now ...
Tags: Japan, Florida, US, Newsletter, Netflix, Washington Dc, Espn, Anime, Ed, Eva, Nagoya, Aja, Masahiro Tanaka, Substack, Sidonia, CIEL

‘Oxygen’ Teaser: Alexandre Aja’s Netflix Thriller Stars an Amnesiac Mélanie Laurent Trapped With No Air

French filmmaker Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, Piranha 3D) seems to have taken a liking to small spaces. Following his surprisingly solid 2019 horror movie Crawl, Aja is going even more claustrophobic with his new Netflix thriller Oxygen, a film starring Mélanie Laurent as a woman who wakes up in a cryogenic chamber with no memory and a quickly diminishing air supply. Watch the Oxygen teaser below. Oxygen Teaser Claustrophobic one-location movies can be hit or miss. It can either ...
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Oxygen Trailer: Mélanie Laurent Leads Alexandre Aja’s Netflix Thriller

Oxygen Trailer: Mélanie Laurent leads Alexandre Aja’s Netflix thriller While gearing up to return to the horror genre for Searchlight Pictures’ Elijah, Netflix has unveiled the first trailer for Alexandre Aja’s long-in-development thriller Oxygen starring Mélanie Laurent (6 Underground, Inglorious Basterds) as an amnesiac racing against time to save her own life. The trailer can be viewed below! RELATED: Searchlight Pictures Taps Alexandre Aja for Horror Pic Elijah ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Netflix, Streaming, Anne Hathaway, Gregory Levasseur, Melanie Laurent, Marie Curie, Elijah, Laurent, Milla Jovovich, Aja, Alexandre Aja, Movie News, Franck Khalfoun, Rapace

Comment on toasted coconut shortbread by deb

In reply to Aja. Oh I have great luck with shortbread keeping shapes — picture Scottish shortbread; no egg, crisp shapes. However, here the biggest variable is the coconut. Coconut is such a pain to measure consistently in cups because the amount will be different depending on how crushed the flakes are. I suspect if the flakes were a little bigger, it would lead to a softer dough and more spreading. But, I’ll remake these soon and see if there are places where I can add notes.
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Comment on toasted coconut shortbread by Aja

In reply to Trushna. What a sad thing to have happen! I have found that cookie recipes that don’t have egg in them or another fixative don’t work great for shapes. I’m wondering how Deb got the shapes to keep so nicely on the hearts, to be honest.
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‘Elijah’: ‘Crawl’ Director Alexandre Aja Helming New Horror Movie For Searchlight Pictures

Crawl director Alexandre Aja has a new horror movie in the works: Elijah. The Searchlight Pictures film involves a young boy who invites a mysterious man into his house, which in turn results in “disturbing things.” Yeah, that’ll happen. The movie originated as a pitch from The Last Witch Hunter writer Cory Goodman, with Gregory Levasseur now handling the script. Deadline broke the news on Elijah, the new horror movie from Crawl and The Hills Have Eyes director Alexandre Aja. The story “foll...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Disney, Fox, Guillermo Del Toro, Fox Searchlight, Gregory Levasseur, David Goyer, Elijah, Aja, Scott Cooper, Alexandre-Aja, Piranha, Cory Goodman, Keith Levine

Searchlight Pictures Taps Alexandre Aja for Horror Pic Elijah

Searchlight Pictures taps Alexandre Aja for horror pic Elijah After finding his first critical and commercial success with last year’s disaster monster pic Crawl, Alexandre Aja has lined up another new project with Searchlight Pictures’ horror pic Elijah as the now-Disney-owned label looks to continue their genre streak following Ready or Not and Antlers, according to Deadline. RELATED: Alexandre Aja to Direct Interactive Haunted House Film for Amblin PB ...
Tags: Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Disney, Fox, Sony, Warner Bros, Paramount Pictures, Gregory Levasseur, David Goyer, SVP, Elijah, Wes Craven, Dahmer, Aja, Marc Piasecki, Alexandre Aja

Netflix Will Produce Guillermo del Toro’s Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans

Netflix Will Produce Guillermo del Toro’s Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans Today, Netflix released the third and final Tales of Arcadia series, Wizards. But fans will be happy to know that the streaming service has also announced the beginning of production for Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans, a feature film that will mark the culmination of Guillermo del Toro’s epic trilogy, Trollhunters, which is the cornerstone of the Tales of Arcadia series. The movie, created and executive produced by ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Netflix, Guillermo Del Toro, Dreamworks Animation, Nick Offerman, Tatiana Maslany, Arcadia, Emile Hirsch, Toro, Titans, Aja, Cheryl Hines, ComingSoon, Movie News, Trollhunters

Netflix Boards Alexandre Aja’s French Survival Thriller With Melanie Laurent

Netflix has boarded “O2,” a French survival thriller directed by Alexandre Aja, whose credits include “Crawl,” “The Hills Have Eyes” and “Piranha 3D.” The film, which marks the return of Aja to a French-speaking project after a 15-year career in the U.S., is produced by Vincent Maraval, Brahim Chioua and Noëmie Devide for Getaway Films. […]
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‘Tomie’ TV Series Based on the Horror Manga Series Headed to Quibi

Quibi still exists, and it just announced a potentially exciting new project. The streaming service devoted to short-form entertainment is developing a show based on the Japanese horror manga Tomie. Crawl and High Tension filmmaker Alexandre Aja is set to direct, while Chilling Adventures of Sabrina cast member Adeline Rudolph is set to star. In the series, a girl goes missing, her body later found dismembered. That’s creepy enough, but to make things extra unsettling, the dead girl later turns...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Adaptation, Aja, Sabrina, Alexandre-Aja, Junji Ito, Tomie, David Leslie Johnson McGoldrick, Quibi, Adeline Rudolph, Tomie Crawl, Tomie Kawakami

Comment on lemon cake by Aja

Really easy, though a little time consuming with the lemon prep. I made mine in a bundt pan. It came out fine. This is down to two things: I sprayed it with spray-with-flour-in baking spray, and I unfortunately only had access to a silicone bundt pan. I bought it before I knew this was a no-no for baking. It worked ok, but the cake around the centre flute is a light blonde, and it took about 20 minutes longer for this to bake than directed. Bonus with the silicone, however, is that I was able to...
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Comment on italian stuffed cabbage by Aja

In reply to deb. I’m trying it with green cabbage right now, as it was all that was available at the store. It worked just fine, I didn’t have issues with the tearing or anything. I find that if I roll them back off themselves, and cut the stalk before doing anything, they pop off fine. They’re simmering now, and holding their shape!
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