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George A. Romero’s The Amusement Park To Headline Shudder’s Summer Slate

Shudder has announced its “Summer of Chills” slate of 12 new original and exclusive films for June, July, and August, including the anticipated debut of landmark horror director George A. Romero’s legendary “lost” film The Amusement Park on Tuesday, June 8. The robust summer lineup kicks off with Caveat, an eerie, slow-building, cat-and-mouse thriller, and continues with such marquee films as The Boy Behind the Door, Justin Powell and David Charbonier’s directorial debut; Jakob’s Wife, starring...
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'The Father,' winner of 2 Oscars at the 2021 Academy Awards, is now available to stream at home

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Sony Pictures Classics "The Father" is a 2020 drama about a man experiencing memory loss. The film won two 2021 Academy Awards including best actor. You can buy the movie for $20 through VOD retailers like Prime Video, Vudu, and Apple TV. Digital rental (small) "The Father" is now available to buy through video-on-demand (VOD) streaming retailers for $20.The movie follows an elderly man, Anthony (Antho...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, TV, Movies, Microsoft, Entertainment, Film, Digital, Trends, Tech, Chicago, Streaming, Oscars, Olivia Colman, HD, Sony Pictures


Henry Golding Joins Netflix’s Modern Jane Austen Pic Persuasion

(Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for STXfilms) According to Deadline, Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding has signed on to star opposite Dakota Johnson in Netflix’s upcoming reimagining of Jane Austen’s classic novel Persuasion. He is set to portray the role of Mr. Elliot, who is being described as the callous and classic Austen foil. The Malaysian-British actor will next be seen leading Paramount Pictures’ upcoming G.I. Joe spinoff Snake Eyes which is scheduled to arrive in theaters on Ju...
Tags: Florida, Movies, Drama, Bbc, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jane Austen, Streaming, Carrie Cracknell, Tom Sturridge, Persuasion, Dakota Johnson, Michelle Yeoh, Anne, Tony, Elliot


Henry Golding to Star Opposite Dakota Johnson in Netflix’s ‘Persuasion’ Remake

Henry Golding has been cast alongside Dakota Johnson in Netflix’s adaptation of the Jane Austen novel “Persuasion.” The movie will serve as a modern-day retelling of the romantic drama, centering on the conforming Anne Elliot (Johnson), who lives with her snobby family on the brink of bankruptcy. When Anne, unmarried at 27-years-old, reconnects with Frederick […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Jane Austen, Persuasion, Dakota Johnson, Anne, Frederick, Henry Golding, Anne Elliot Johnson


The last battle of Anne of Brittany: isotopic study of the soldiers of 1491

A multidisciplinary team of researchers from INRAP, CNRS, the universities of Ottawa, Rennes 2, Toulouse III Paul Sabatier and the Max Planck Institute has recognised the soldiers of the last battles of the siege of Rennes in 1491. These are the only witnesses of the forces involved in the conflict between the armies of Duchess Anne of Brittany and the King of France. This research and its methodology are currently the subject of two articles in the PLOS ONE review.
Tags: Science, France, Toulouse, Brittany, Rennes, Anne, Paul Sabatier, Max Planck Institute, INRAP CNRS, Ottawa Rennes


Holbein Left A Clever Clue In A Portrait Of Henry VII’s Wife

Which wife? Well, for centuries, everyone thought it was Catherine Howard (the second of the beheadeds in the old rhyme). Instead, thanks to Hans Holbein’s clue (and an art historian’s tenacity), we now think the portrait is of Anne of Cleves (the second of the divorced wives, or in this case, annulled). – The Observer (UK)
Tags: Art, Visual, Anne, Hans Holbein, Henry VII, Holbein, Catherine Howard, 05.01.21


Holbein Left A Clever Clue In A Portrait Of Henry VIII’s Wife

Which wife? Well, for centuries, everyone thought it was Catherine Howard (the second of the beheadeds in the old rhyme). Instead, thanks to Hans Holbein’s clue (and an art historian’s tenacity), we now think the portrait is of Anne of Cleves (the second of the divorced wives, or in this case, annulled). – The Observer (UK)
Tags: Art, Visual, Henry Viii, Anne, Hans Holbein, Holbein, Catherine Howard, 05.01.21


How Holbein left clever clue in portrait to identify Henry VIII’s queen

New evidence shows miniature long held to be of Catherine Howard could depict Henry’s fourth wife, Anne of ClevesCreated in around 1540 by Hans Holbein, court painter to Henry VIII and one of the greatest portraitists of all time, the miniature is a prized treasure in the Royal Collection. But the sitter is unknown, with the artefact long catalogued merely as “Portrait of a Lady, perhaps Catherine Howard”, Henry VIII’s fifth queen.Now, as a result of fresh research, she has been given a new iden...
Tags: Art, Books, UK News, Culture, Art and design, Henry Viii, Henry, Anne, Hans Holbein, Holbein, Catherine Howard, History of art, History books, Anne of ClevesCreated, Cleves Henry VIII, Franny Moyle


Princess Anne releases heartfelt note to fans after death of father Prince Philip

Princess Anne has thanked those who sent her "kind" messages following the sad...
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The 16 best Airbnbs in Pennsylvania, from a renovated textile mill in Philadelphia to an A-frame cabin in the Poconos

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Airbnb Pennsylvania is within easy driving distance of a large section of the East Coast and the Midwest. From cities like Philadelphia to outdoorsy areas like the Poconos, there's something for everyone. We found the best Airbnbs in Pennsylvania in popular areas across the state at a range of prices. Though vaccination rates continue to go up, travelers are still gravitating towards drivable destin...
Tags: Apple, Cdc, US, Trends, Pennsylvania, Maine, Andy Warhol, Philadelphia, Airbnb, University of Pennsylvania, Lincoln, Lake Erie, Verona, East Coast, Kensington, Gettysburg


National Pretzel Day Freebies for 2021 | Today is the Day!

It’s National Pretzel Day 2021! Probably one of my favorite days of the year. And we’ve got some awesome freebies for yo PretzelMaker: Free Pretzel (4/26) Philly Pretzel Factory: FREE Pretzel (4/26) Wetzel Pretzels: Free Pretzel (4/26) Auntie Anne’s: FREE Pretzels – open up your app! If you come across any more National Pretzel Day... Read More
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Jakob’s Wife – review

Director: Travis Stevens Release date: 2021 Contains spoilers When I first noticed Jakob’s Wife, and watched the trailer I found myself immediately excited. The trailer looked great and it starred Larry Fessenden whose output both as actor and director I love. Of course, it is often a mistake getting excited for a film, you raise those expectations past a point that the film can reach and end up more disappointed than you would have been going in cold. I’m happy to report, not this time. If any...
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Princess Anne and husband Timothy Laurence step out for rare joint appearance

Princess Anne and her husband Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence stepped out for a rare joint...
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'The Father' starring Anthony Hopkins is nominated for best picture at the 2021 Oscars, and you can stream it at home right now

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Sony Pictures Classics "The Father" is a 2020 drama about a man experiencing memory loss. The film is up for six Academy Awards including best picture. You can rent the movie for $20 through VOD rental services like Prime Video, Vudu, and Google Play. Digital rental (small) "The Father" is now available to rent through video-on-demand (VOD) services for $20. The drama is up for best picture at the 2021...
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Comment on sheet pan chow mein by Anne

This is a keeper! I used asparagus instead of snow peas. The only other change I made was to reduce the oil – I used a spray of canola oil on the vegetables and one on the noodles, and only used 1 tsp of sesame oil in the sauce. The result was still very flavorful and let me st ay compliant with my very low-fat food plan. I’ll be making this often. Thanks for another great recipe/technique, Deb!
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Princess Anne looks chic in checked coat for first engagement since Prince Philip's funeral

Princess Anne embarked on her first royal engagement on Wednesday following the...
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The 24 actors who have gotten the most Oscar nominations without winning one

Glenn Close in "The Wife." Sony Pictures Classics The Oscars have repeatedly nominated and neglected numerous actors. Glenn Close, who has never won, is nominated for the eighth time this year for "Hillbilly Elegy." Here are 24 actors, including Close, who have been nominated at least four times without winning. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Each year, deserving performances lose out in the Oscars' best acting categories. But there are a handful of great actor...
Tags: Florida, Hollywood, Movies, Media, Entertainment, Washington, Trends, Features, Netflix, Brooklyn, Bradley Cooper, Manchester, Rooney, Oscars, Brad Pitt, Nuremberg


Such News! Dakota Johnson to Star in Netflix’s Modern Adaptation of Jane Austen’s ‘Persuasion’

Dakota Johnson better brush up on some Austen, as she’s about to play one of the author’s iconic heroines. Johnson is set to star in Netflix’s modern retelling of Jane Austen‘s Persuasion, which tells the story of an “older” heroine who rekindles a romance with a former beau. Variety reports that Dakota Johnson is set to star in Netflix’s “modern, witty approach” to Jane Austen’s 1817 novel Persuasion, the author’s final novel published six months after her death. The original novel tells th...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Broadway, Adaptation, Jane Austen, Carrie Cracknell, Sally Hawkins, Johnson, Persuasion, Dakota Johnson, Anne, Emma, Austen


Dakota Johnson to Star in Netflix’s New Jane Austen Pic Persuasion

Dakota Johnson to star in Netflix’s new Jane Austen pic Persuasion Dakota Johnson (Fifty Shades trilogy) has officially signed on to star in Netflix’s upcoming modern retelling of Persuasion, based on Jane Austen’s classic story, which was the acclaimed author’s final fully written novel. The project will be the feature directorial debut of acclaimed Broadway director Carrie Cracknell, who famously directed Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge to Tony nominations last year in Sea Wall/ A Life. ...
Tags: Florida, Movies, Romance, Drama, Tig Notaro, Star, Bbc, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Broadway, Jane Austen, Streaming, Carrie Cracknell, Tom Sturridge, Halle Berry, Maggie Gyllenhaal


‘The Crown’ Star Erin Doherty Leads Cast of Amazon, BBC’s ‘Chloe’

Erin Doherty, who won acclaim playing Princess Anne in “The Crown,” headlines the cast of Amazon Prime Video and BBC One psychological drama series “Chloe.” The cast also features rising U.K. acting talents including Billy Howle (“The Serpent”), Pippa Bennett-Warner (“Gangs of London”), and Jack Farthing (“Poldark”), alongside Poppy Gilbert (“Stay Close”), Akshay Khanna (“Grace”), […]
Tags: News, Global, Bbc, Amazon Prime Video, Anne, Chloe, BBC oNE, Erin Doherty, The Crown, Billy Howle, Star Erin Doherty Leads Cast of Amazon BBC, Serpent Pippa Bennett Warner Gangs of London, Jack Farthing Poldark, Akshay Khanna Grace


CS Interview: Bonnie Aarons on Latest Horror Role in Jakob’s Wife

CS Interview: Bonnie Aarons on Latest Horror Role in Jakob’s Wife Just in time for the South by Southwest hit to finally come to wide audiences in select theaters and digitally, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with horror genre icon Bonnie Aarons (The Nun) to discuss her latest role in the world of terror in Travis Stevens’ Jakob’s Wife, in which she stars alongside fellow genre vets Barbara Crampton (Beyond the Gates) and Larry Fessenden (Depraved). RELATED: CS Interview: Larry ...
Tags: Movies, America, Bob, South, Sxsw, Southwest, Amc Networks, Anne, Kathy, Barbara, Bonnie, Travis, Mark Kelly, Jakob, Larry Fessenden, ComingSoon


CS Interview: Larry Fessenden on Unique Role in Horror Pic Jakob’s Wife

CS Interview: Larry Fessenden on unique role in horror pic Jakob’s Wife Just in time for the film’s theatrical and digital debut, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with horror genre vet Larry Fessenden (The Dead Don’t Die) to discuss his role in the Barbara Crampton-led chiller Jakob’s Wife, which is out now! RELATED: CS Interview: Stevens & Crampton Talk Gothic Chiller Jakob’s Wife [SXSW] ComingSoon.net: So Jakob’s Wife is an absolute blast of a movie. I got to check it out befor...
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Princess Anne walks behind casket as the only woman in Philip's funeral procession

Known by her formal title, the Princess Royal, Anne, 70, is Philip's second child and only daughter with a busy and prominent role in...
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Winter's leftovers

As spring progresses, albeit slowly this year, there are still some reminders of winter out there. These are carotte sauvage (wild carrot or Queen Anne's lace) flowers, dead but still standing. Skeletons of last summer's delicate white flowers. Saturday was an overall cold day. We started out warmer than it has been at just under 7ºC (about 45ºF), but even with sun out, the day didn't get much above 12ºC (about 54ºF). When I walked Tasha in the late afternoon, a cold north wind chilled us to t...
Tags: Travel, Wildflowers, Anne, Ken, WCS, Tasha


CS Interview: Co-Writer/Director Travis Stevens on Jakob’s Wife

Travis Stevens directing Jakob’s Wife. CS Interview: Co-writer/director Travis Stevens on Jakob’s Wife With the film finally coming to wide audiences following its celebrated world premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with prolific horror producer Travis Stevens to discuss his latest co-written and directed effort, the Barbara Crampton-led Jakob’s Wife. WARNING: SPOILERS LIE AHEAD FOR JAKOB’S WIFE RELATED: CS Interview: Barbara Crampt...
Tags: Movies, America, Ted, Bob, Sxsw, Amc Networks, Anne, Larry, Mark Kelly, Jakob, Larry Fessenden, Abel Ferrara, Crampton, CS Interview, Barbara Crampton, Ted Geoghegan


Princess Anne pays tribute to Prince Philip with special military detail at funeral

Princess Anne has paid tribute to her late father the Duke of Edinburgh by...
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CS Interview: Barbara Crampton on Empowering Horror Pic Jakob’s Wife

CS Interview: Barbara Crampton on empowering horror pic Jakob’s Wife Following its celebrated debut at South by Southwest and in time for its wide release, ComingSoon.net got the chance to chat with horror icon Barbara Crampton (Beyond the Gates) to discuss her work as both the star and producer of the gothic chiller Jakob’s Wife, which is now in select theaters and on digital platforms! RELATED: CS Interview: Stevens & Crampton Talk Gothic Chiller Jakob’s Wife [SXSW] ComingSoon.net: Now t...
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Princes William, Harry won’t walk side-by-side at funeral

By DANICA KIRKA LONDON (AP) — Prince William and Prince Harry won’t walk side-by-side Saturday as they follow their grandfather’s coffin into the church ahead of Prince Philip’s funeral, minimizing the chances of any awkward moments between the brothers who are grappling with strained relations since Harry’s decision to step away from royal duties last year. Buckingham Palace on Thursday released the broad outlines of the funeral program for Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, who died April 9 at 99. ...
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Ten More Films That Highlight the Best in Humanity

This was the year in which we all stayed home as much as possible. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, most movie theaters were shut, and most of us experienced new films in the intimacy of our living rooms, alone or surrounded by family. We spent more time watching TV, but our choices were less affected by massive marketing campaigns. Indeed, Greater Good published more articles about new movies than we have in previous years, including ones about Pixar’s Soul and “10 New Movies to Make You Feel B...
Tags: Amazon, South Korea, Hbo, Viola Davis, Parenting, California, NFL, Chicago, Arkansas, Paris, Frances Mcdormand, Cape Town, Bill Murray, Miami, Muhammad Ali, Pixar


Princess Anne pays tribute to Prince Philip with this symbolic outfit detail

Princess Anne paid a touching tribute to her late father, the Duke of Edinburgh on...
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