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Superman & Lois Season 2 Trailer: The CW's Power Couple Is Back

Leaping long plot lines in a single bound, Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) returns to save the day in the second season of the superhero drama series "Superman & Lois," and CW has just dropped a trailer of the super-duper goings-on to expect. To recap: last season, the titular hero and Steele, a.k.a John Henry Irons (Wolé Parks) gave Clark's scoundrel half-brother Tal-Rho (Adam Rayner) what for, and Irons' daughter, Natalie (Tayler Buck), emerged from a crash-landed ship on Earth-Prime. Everyone this ...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Superman, Earth, Trailers, John, Kent, Irons, Cw, Anderson, Teen Wolf, Clark, Steele, Natalie, Lois


Anderson out of Ashes opener as England prefer Pope to Bairstow

England's James Anderson is rested for the first Ashes Test against Australia, with Ollie Pope preferred to Jonny Bairstow in the 12-man squad.
Tags: England, News, Australia, Pope, James Anderson, Anderson, Jonny Bairstow, Bairstow, Ollie Pope


Leonardo DiCaprio's Dad Has A Cameo Role In Licorice Pizza

Paul Thomas Anderson's film "Licorice Pizza" is getting all kinds of Oscar buzz right now. It's a coming-of-age story set in the 1970s and it's got a fantastic cast. Here's the info for you if you haven't seen it yet: "Licorice Pizza" is the story of Alana Kane and Gary Valentine growing up, running around and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley, 1973. Written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, the film tracks the treacherous navigation of first love."Licorice Pizza" stars Alana Haim, ...
Tags: Movies, News, New York Times, Bradley Cooper, Leonardo Dicaprio, Paul Thomas Anderson, Leo, Anderson, Buchanan, San Fernando Valley, George DiCaprio, Kyle Buchanan, Benny Safdie, Gary Valentine, Licorice Pizza, Alana Kane


Mesmerizing photos of this year's only total solar eclipse show a rare crescent sunrise over Antarctica

Chilean and US scientists watch a total solar eclipse from the Union Glacier in Antarctica on December 4, 2021.Felipe Trueba/Imagen Chile/AFP via Getty Images A total solar eclipse blackened skies above Antarctica and the Southern Ocean on Saturday. Photographers traveled to Antarctica to watch the moon block the sun and cast its shadow on Earth. Their photos show a crescent sun rising above the sea, then becoming a dark sphere ringed in light. A black sun reigned over Antarctica briefly on S...
Tags: Science, News, Australia, Southeast Asia, US, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Moon, Sun, Antarctica, Solar Eclipse, Anderson, Eclipse, Atlantic Ocean, Southern Ocean


Movies Like Howl's Moving Castle That Are Definitely Worth Watching

Studio Ghibli and its founder and main director, Hayao Miyazaki, are known for producing whimsical animated films, and 2004's "Howl's Moving Castle" is one of their best. The film follows Sophie, a young hat maker who has a chance encounter with the wizard Howl, a mysterious and enchanting figure. This draws the attention of the Witch of the Waste, who fancies Howl. She curses Sophie, who turns into a 90-year-old crone. Leaving everything behind to try and break the enchantment, Sophie tracks do...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, France, New York City, Roald Dahl, Disney, Fox, Canada, United States, Italy, Tokyo, Alec Baldwin, Isao Takahata, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki


The Matrix Resurrections Trailer Breakdown: Everything Old Is New Again

Well, things sure have escalated in a hurry. After months and months of Warner Bros. keeping this new "Matrix" sequel shrouded in mystery, the dam is finally bursting and viewers are suddenly getting a better sense of what lies in store for us from the unparalleled creative mind of Lana Wachowski. The newest "The Matrix Resurrections" trailer arrived earlier today and, much like Neo taking that red pill from Morpheus way back in the original film, nothing feels like it'll ever be the same again....
Tags: Movies, Trinity, Warner Bros, Smith, Laurence Fishburne, Machines, Neo, Anderson, Priyanka Chopra, Jada Pinkett Smith, Wachowskis, Agent Smith, Niobe, Groff, Jonathan Groff, Lana Wachowski


The 13 Best Comedy Movies Of 2021 Ranked

2021 was certainly an unpredictable year for comedy films. Not only were film productions and releases affected by the COVID-19 crisis, but for many, it's hard to laugh in the face of an ongoing pandemic.As such, the comedy films of 2021 were an interesting batch that covered many different genres. Some of the biggest hits of the year were action-comedies that seamlessly combined thrills and laughs; while films like "Red Notice," "The Suicide Squad," and "Nobody" have more serious elements, ther...
Tags: Florida, Hollywood, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Scotland, Los Angeles, Netflix, United States, Wes Anderson, Broadway, Nebraska, Rex, Johnny Depp, Cinderella, Rosamund Pike, Phil Lord


A collection of Laurie Anderson videos from the 80s-90s

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Tales From The Box Office: Resident Evil Beat The Video Game Movie Curse

Video games have been wildly popular for decades now, but it was in the '90s when Hollywood first became interested in the notion of turning these interactive experiences into movies. These began in earnest with the likes of the legendarily bad "Super Mario Bros." in 1993 and the A-for-effort "Mortal Kombat" in 1995. To this day, video game movies remain a truly difficult nut to crack, with only a few managing to rise above and become truly successful. Fewer still end up finding critical love be...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sony, Alice, Anderson, Mario Bros, Romero, Capcom, Constantine, Milla Jovovich, Paul W S Anderson, Johannes Roberts, Constantin Film, Jovovich, George A Romero Night of the Living Dead, Raccoon City


Indiana's Black Churches Work to Combat Mental Health Crisis

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — On a Sunday morning in Anderson, almost 30 years ago, the Rev. Dwight Holland was on assignment as pastor at his second church when he noticed a young woman crying.
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5 Westerns To Watch If You Loved The Power Of The Dog

Jane Campion's masterful "The Power of the Dog" is now streaming on Netflix, and if you haven't watched it yet, I urge you to check it out, because it's one of the best movies of the year. As I wrote in my review: As "The Power of the Dog" rolls into its jaw-dropper of a conclusion, we are left drained, pulverized, as if we've been put through the wringer. Campion hasn't helmed a feature film in nearly 12 years, and here she comes back with a vengeance, with supreme command of her imagery.Howeve...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Australia, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ford, Guy Pearce, Warren Beatty, Paul Thomas Anderson, Washington State, Hulu, Joaquin Phoenix, Anderson, Nick Cave, John C Reilly, Lewis


We know Australia are beatable - Anderson

England "know Australia are beatable in Australia", according to fast bowler James Anderson.
Tags: England, News, Australia, Anderson


Aggie Square Development In Sacramento Spurs Other Projects

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Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Anderson, Woodruff, UC Davis Medical Center, Aaron Anderson, Ridgeway, Stockton Boulevard, Wexford Science Technology, Sacramento News, Aggie Square, Doug Woodruff, Aggie Square Development In Sacramento Spurs, Matthew Ridgeway


Giants legend Ottis Anderson flooded with messages after football star with same name killed

Anderson, who played running back for the Giants from 1986-1992, said that his “phone is blowing up” in the wake of the tragedy, and offered prayers for the family. #ottisanderson #footballsta
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Paul Thomas Anderson Films Ranked — From Worst to Best

Set in 1973 and named for a beloved SoCal record chain, “Licorice Pizza” brings writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson nearly full circle back to the neighborhoods where he grew up — back to the disco-colored Wonderland where “Boogie Nights” took place and the decade when the indie auteur was born. Fans of Anderson’s filmography shouldn’t be […]
Tags: News, Paul Thomas Anderson, Boogie Nights, Anderson, Magnolia, Licorice Pizza


The biggest retailers are poised to get even bigger this holiday season — here are 4 reasons why

Major retailers like Costco have been able to handle the supply chain crisis with less disruption.Noam Galai/Getty Images Hilding Anderson is the head of retail strategy for North America at Publicis Sapient. He says big retailers like Walmart, Costco, and Target are poised to win big this holiday season. Unlike small businesses, they've been able to meet to consumer demands amid supply chain issues.  This holiday shopping season is shaping up to be one of the strongest we've seen in ...
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The Carefully Controlled Carrot: Two Notes on The French Dispatch

1) I waited a long time to see The French Dispatch on a smaller screen in the local Regal cineplex. I pre-read and enjoyed the accompanying book of New Yorker essays entitled An Editor's Burial assembled by Wes Anderson. I thought the movie would never arrive at my small town in South Carolina, but it did . . . and I went away feeling a bit let down. Next to Greta Gerwig and Sofia Coppola, Wes Anderson is one of my favorite of the younger directors out there, and I teach Rushmore (1998) regul...
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Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City Review: The Reboot Wisely Trades Action For Horror, But It's Not Enough

Whatever you want to call the Paul W.S. Anderson "Resident Evil" film series, I don't think you can accurately call it a series of horror films. Sure, there are plenty of horror elements in those movies — they're about zombies, after all — but at the end of the day, Anderson, no stranger to horror having helmed the excellent "Event Horizon," was more interested in action. As a result, Anderson's films were shoot-em-ups that allowed star Milla Jovovich to flip around in slow-motion like she was a...
Tags: Reviews, Hollywood, Movies, Irons, Anderson, Chris, Leon, John Carpenter, Albert, Roberts, Jill, Claire, Carpenter, Milla Jovovich, Paul W S Anderson, Johannes Roberts


There Will Be Blood Ending Explained: Capitalism Drinks Everybody's Milkshake

P.T. Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" marked a turning point in the celebrated filmmaker's career, transitioning him away from the kinetic style and occasional surrealism of his earlier work ("Boogie Nights," "Punch-Drunk Love") and into a period of directing more subdued movies ("The Master," "Inherent Vice") — from their long, deliberate takes to their washed-out visuals and stories that are firmly rooted in realism, save for when characters are tripping out or lost in the haze of their memori...
Tags: Movies, California, America, Anderson, Paul Dano, Daniel, PAUL, Sinclair, Harding, Plainview, Eli, Upton Sinclair, Teapot Dome, Daniel Plainview Daniel Day Lewis, Sinclair Best


The Best Movies And Shows Coming To Amazon Prime In December 2021

As we head into the supposed "most wonderful time of the year," all of the seasonal holiday classics you likely want to watch and have been available for free viewing all year have returned to their thrones behind paywalls until January. December is always a weird month for streaming services, and this year is no different. If you're more of a Scrooge and want to stay as far away from the festive fare as possible, or if you're looking to pace yourself and sprinkle in non-merry movies and TV show...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Scotland, Amazon Prime, Netflix, United States, Wes Anderson, Oscar, Cia, Seattle, Rushmore, Laurence Fishburne, Lindsay Lohan, Anderson, Sean Connery, Tom Clancy


Starbucks baristas say in-app glitches allow customers to order food and drinks that are actually out of stock

Starbucks baristas told Insider that the app sometimes didn't update when ingredients ran out in the store.REUTERS/Mike Blake The inventory on Starbucks' app isn't always accurate, current and former baristas say. This means sometimes customers can order food or drinks that aren't in stock, they said. Baristas said that some customers got angry when they couldn't make their drinks. See more stories on Insider's business page. If you've ever ordered something on the...
Tags: Coffee, Food, Florida, News, Minneapolis, New York City, Trends, Atlanta, Indiana, Colombia, Tennessee, Fast Food, New Jersey, Retail, Beverly Hills, Starbucks


Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City Featurette: Bringing The Creepy Creatures Of The Game To Life

With less than a week to go before the premiere of "Resident Evil: Raccoon City," the special featurettes from Sony are still coming at us fast. We've already met characters like Claire Redfield, Chris Redfield, and heard about how director Johannes Roberts would love to adapt "Resident Evil 4," but yesterday's featurette release is centered on the groundbreaking monsters that made "Resident Evil" famous. Zombies, Lickers, and the tragically grotesque Lisa Trevor are all vibrantly on display and...
Tags: Movies, News


Anderson Mfg AR-15 Stripped Lower Receivers $39.99each..!! WHAT? Stock Up Now

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Everything We Know About The Live-Action Peter Pan & Wendy Movie So Far

Everyone knows the story of "Peter Pan," whether they've read J.M. Barrie's original play and/or novel, seen the animated Disney movie, watched a different film adaptation (P.J. Hogan's 2003 version is worth seeking out), absorbed its plot though cultural osmosis, or some combo of all those things. It's a weird, whimsical, often retold fairy tale about the challenges of growing up and the inevitability of death that has only grown more blatantly problematic with time, all of which begs the quest...
Tags: Movies, Disney, John, Peter Pan, Robert Zemeckis, Gore Verbinski, Jim Gaffigan, Anderson, David Lowery, Wendy, Pete, Hogan, Neverland, Lowery, Barrie, Wendy Darling


Licorice Pizza Review: Alana Haim Is A Revelation In Paul Thomas Anderson's Wonderful Trip Back To The 1970s

Some performers just have it. I don't know what it is, exactly. It's a mood; an attitude; a je ne sais quoi, if you want to get real pretentious about it. A certain kind of confidence. When people take one look at someone in a movie and think, "that person is a star," what they're saying is, "That person has it." That special something that elevates someone; makes them stand out, glimmering like the star at the top of a Christmas tree, or a candle burning bright and warm against cold darkness. A...
Tags: Reviews, Hollywood, Movies, Wes Anderson, Bradley Cooper, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Thomas Anderson, Haim, Anderson, Sean Penn, Nixon, Gary, Peters, Cooper, Hoffman, San Fernando Valley


Shooting the Impossible for Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’

Robert Yeoman’s camerawork has been an inseparable element of Wes Anderson’s distinctive style since the dawn of the director’s career in 1996 with “Bottle Rocket” – but his new fantasy farce, “The French Dispatch,” brought the duo to new heights. “It’s how we work,” says Yeoman simply, describing new combinations of quick-change tracks for Anderson’s […]
Tags: Global, Wes Anderson, Festivals, Anderson, Yeoman, Robert Yeoman, The French Dispatch, EnergaCamerimage Film Festival


‘Licorice Pizza’ Review: Paul Thomas Anderson Captures the Sweltering Days Before His ‘Boogie Nights’

Two years after Quentin Tarantino spared Sharon Tate a gruesome Manson family murder, fellow SoCal auteur Paul Thomas Anderson re-creates the Encino of his childhood with every bit as much affection and attention to detail. Named for the regional record chain where Valley kids got their vinyl — but ostensibly Anderson’s own “Once Upon a […]
Tags: Reviews, Bradley Cooper, Paul Thomas Anderson, Quentin Tarantino, Anderson, Sean Penn, Valley, Manson, Sharon Tate, Encino, Alana Haim, Licorice Pizza, Cooper Hoffman, Licorice Pizza ' Review


Licorice Pizza' review: Alana Haim shines in P.T. Anderson epic

Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman star in this winning '70s set San Fernando Valley romp. #alanahaim #cooperhoffman #licoricepizza #sanfernandovalley
Tags: Anderson, San Fernando Valley, Alana Haim, Licorice Pizza, Cooper Hoffman


American farmers are losing export sales as over two-thirds of containers leave California ports empty to rush back to Asia for reloading

A farmer milking a cow. Angela Weiss/AFP A survey found 22% of foreign agriculture sales have been lost due to transportation issues. Ships skip smaller US ports, leaving with empty containers after clearing the logjam to rush back to Asia. It costs at least seven times more to ship from Shanghai to Los Angeles than the other way around. The shipping and supply chain crisis is not just hitting importers of consumer products. American farmers trying to get their goods overseas before the pe...
Tags: Transportation, Asia, Texas, Maryland, California, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Economy, Ap, United States, Farming, Shanghai, Agriculture, The Times, Exports


With Silk Sonic, Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak Set Their Time Machine To ’70s Funk & Soul

Bruno Mars is a pastiche artist. That’s just who he is. He is very good at it, too — a born entertainer, a gifted songwriter, a master of period detail rivaling any Hollywood professional. Over the past decade, Mars has carved out a space as mainstream pop’s official retro ambassador. You are not ever going to find him pushing music forward, but he can be counted on to show up every couple years with expert facsimiles of bygone genres, overtly fun and catchy music bound to get wedding dance floo...
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