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Werewolf Classic The Howling Has Been Restored In 4K, Will Return To Theaters Next Month

Following the full Harvest Moon last night, Blu-ray.com announced that Joe Dante's 1981 lycanthropic classic, "The Howling," will not only be restored in glorious 4K but also hit theaters this Halloween season to celebrate the film's 40th anniversary. Rialto Pictures will introduce the new 4K restoration theatrically across the country on October 20, 2021. In the United Kingdom, StudioCanal will release a 4K Blu-ray and standard Blu-ray restoration on October 25, 2021.Check out the studio's desc...
Tags: London, Movies, News, Karen, United Kingdom, Dante, Colony, Blu, Rick Baker, Joe Dante, Rob Bottin, American Werewolf, Bottin, John Landis An American Werewolf, Las Vegas Anyone, Rialto Pictures


The Clerks Ending We're Glad Didn't Happen

"Clerks" is a one-of-a-kind cult gem, a rude and raw low-budget comedy about a couple of clerks at a local convenience store. Director Kevin Smith made his debut feature by maxing out his credit cards and filming after closing the very store in which he worked, and it paid off — "Clerks" launched Smith's career and an entire "View Askewniverse" of movies, comic books, and a short-lived ABC cartoon series. What many fans don't know is that "Clerks" once had a very different ending, but Smith was ...
Tags: Movies, News, Abc, Catholic, Rolling Stone, Smith, Dante, Kevin Smith, Snyder, Bob Hawk, ATF, Waco Texas, Hicks, Red State, Clerks, Randal Jeff Anderson


What to make of Stephen Ross betting $1M on mayor’s race

What to make of Stephen Ross betting $1M on mayor’s race Related chairman’s donation triples size of new campaign fund New York News Analysis / Stephen Ross of Related (Getty, Wikipedia Commons) After 12 years of loving Michael Bloomberg and seven despising Bill de Blasio, some titans of real estate are ready to splurge on a pro-business mayoral candidate. But which one? And can real estate’s money make a difference anyway? Don’t count on it. First, the news: Related Companies Chairman St...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, New York, Obama, Bloomberg, Bill De Blasio, City Council, Michael Bloomberg, De Blasio, Ross, Dante, Eric Adams, Industry City, Carlos Menchaca, Shaun Donovan, Stephen Ross


Dante’s Purgatory In A Time Of Global Uncertainty

The concept of Purgatory was relatively new when Dante was born. Dante’s conception of Purgatory is remarkably like a wilderness boot camp. Its terrain is forbidding—more like an alp than like a Tuscan hillside. – The New Yorker
Tags: Art, Ideas, Dante


Stalker #4 - Steve Ditko / Wally Wood art & cover

Steve Ditko / Wally Wood Stalker v1 #4, 1976 - Like Dante in the Divine Comedy, Stalker enters his own inferno, confronting the demon who took possession of his soul. Steve Ditko's drawings gain interest as the story progresses, culminating in a battle of two underworld armies. Not quite as impactful as previous issues, Wally Wood does a merely adequate job inking. This is 4 of 4 Stalker [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Dante, Unknown, Steve Ditko, Wally Wood, Steve Ditko Wally Wood


William Blake’s 102 Illustrations of The Divine Comedy Collected in a Beautiful Book from Taschen

In his book on the Tarot, Alejandro Jodorowsky describes the Hermit card as representing mid-life, a “positive crisis,” a middle point in time; “between life and death, in a continual crisis, I hold up my lit lamp — my consciousness,” says the Hermit, while confronting the unknown. The figure recalls the image of Dante in the opening lines of the Divine Comedy. In Mandelbaum’s translation at Columbia’s Digital Dante, we see evident similarities: When I had journeyed half of our life’s way, I fo...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Europe, Books, College, Literature, William Blake, Florence, Columbia, Dante, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Blake, Virgil, Josh Jones, Taschen, Mandelbaum


Retired NYPD officers: We dug through the World Trade Center rubble, looking for our brothers

The area that would come to have different names: Epicenter, Ground Zero, The Pile and, eventually, hallowed ground. For us it was Dante's Inferno.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, World Trade Center, Usa Today, Dante


X-Men Origins: Wolverine Was Logan’s First Great Solo Video Game

Insomniac Games’ Wolverine was one of the surprise reveals in Sony’s September Showcase. The Spider-Man developer has a pedigree that makes it easy to have faith in its take on Marvel’s clawed hero. That title is pretty far away though — it wasn’t even given a vague release window — but there is already a great Wolverine game players can play in the meantime: 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine. It’s rare for video games based on movies to be any good and it’s even more rare that the game’s quality ...
Tags: Games, Movies, Ebay, Marvel, Action, Hugh Jackman, Sony, Ryan Reynolds, Dante, Activision, Wolverine, Logan, Insomniac, Raven, Insomniac Games, Raven Software


The real scandal of Dante’s Beatrice

2021 sees the 700th anniversary of the death of poet Dante Alighieri. To mark this, we asked authors of some of our new publishing on Dante, to write for the OUPblog. For over 700 years, Dante’s description of his first encounter with Beatrice has scandalized readers. Medieval commentators debate Dante’s possible blasphemy in glorifying a mortal woman. Counter-reformation editors censor it. Some modern interpreters see it as a theological or political allegory without biographical foundation, w...
Tags: Books, Featured, Literature, Jupiter, Orhan Pamuk, Dante, Aristotle, Helen, Virgil, Beatrice, Homer, Eliot, Vita Nuova, Hector, Imola, Dante Alighieri


Dante’s Divine Comedy: A Free Course from Columbia University

As we approach the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death (September 14), we wanted to feature a timely resource: Teodolinda Barolini, a professor at Columbia University, has posted online a course for anyone who wishes to read Dante’s Commedia from beginning to end. It features 54 recorded lectures, covering Inferno, Purgatorio and Paradiso, with each cantica being read in its entirety. Barolini also oversees a related web site, Digital Dante, where you can find Dante’s text in the Petro...
Tags: Facebook, Books, College, Italy, Columbia University, Dante, Mandelbaum, Dante Alighieri, John Ciardi, Alberto Martini, Teodolinda Barolini, Barolini, Yale University Botticelli


‘Look, I Overcame!’: contesting normative narratives with Dante’s Comedy

2021 sees the 700th anniversary of the death of poet Dante Alighieri. To mark this, we asked authors of some of our new publishing on Dante to write for the OUPblog. Do comedies owe us a happy ending? When Dante called his masterpiece a “comedy” the explanation of his title was fairly straightforward. Comedies promise to guide us from difficult beginnings to happy endings:And from this it is clear that the present work is to be described as a comedy. For if we consider the subject-matter, at th...
Tags: Books, Featured, Italy, Literature, Toni Morrison, Florence, Dante, Auschwitz, Primo Levi, Dante Alighieri, Arts & Humanities, Commedia, Divine Comedy, Kamau Brathwaite, Robin James


100 Days of Dante: Join the Largest Divine Comedy Reading Group in the World (Starts September 8)

This year marks the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death — which means it also marks the 701st anniversary of his great work the Divina Commedia, known in English as the Divine Comedy. We’ve all got to go some time, and it’s somehow suitable that Dante went not long after telling the tale of his own journey through the afterlife, complete with stops in Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise. It remains a journey we can all take and re-take — and interpretively grapple with — still these s...
Tags: Facebook, College, Religion, History, Italy, Literature, Seoul, Dante, Dante Alighieri, Tim Parks, Aleteia, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Divina Commedia, New Digital Companion, John Burger


What Makes Rodin’s The Thinker a Great Sculpture: An Introduction to Rodin Life, Craft & Iconic Work

Auguste Rodin’s The Thinker exists in about 28 full-size bronze casts, each approximately 73 inches high, in museums around the world, as well as several dozen castings of smaller size and plaster models and studies. The Thinker also exists as one of the most copied and parodied artworks in world history, perhaps because of its ubiquity. “Unfortunately,” Joseph Phelan writes at the Artcyclopedia, “there is a side of Rodin’s work that has become kitsch through cheap reproductions and comm...
Tags: Art, Facebook, College, Paris, Dante, Rodin, Gates Of Hell, Plato, Josh Jones, Auguste Rodin, Kant, Rodin Museum, Durham NC Follow, Museum of Decorative Arts, Joseph Phelan, Artcyclopedia


The 21 best young adult romance books to read in 2021

The best young adult romance books include "Everything, Everything," "To All the Boys I've Loved Before," and "Red, White & Royal Blue." Amazon; Rachel Mendelson/Insider When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Young adult romance books are fun and full of hope as teenage characters fall in love. The YA books on this list span fantasy romances to buzzy rom-coms. Want more books? Check out the best young adult books published in 2021 so far. E...
Tags: America, Trends, Shanghai, Johnson, Ya, Roma, Will, Alex, Stella, Romeo, Dante, Olly, Trinidad, Aristotle, Simon, Henry


Kevin Smith Reveals A First Look At Clerks III Meticulously Recreating The Original Clerks

Kevin Smith has been busy working on "Clerks III." The writer/director is getting a little nostalgic with the sequel, which is coming 15 years since we last saw the titular convenience store slackers Dante (Brian O'Halloran) and Randal (Jeff Anderson) in the fast food game in "Clerks II." Inspired by his own near-death experience, the sequel finds Randal pooling his resources to make a movie about the time he and Dante have spent working behind a counter, not unlike Kevin Smith did with the orig...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, News, Lionsgate, New Jersey, Bob, Smith, Jay, Dante, Kevin Smith, Randal, SlashFilm, Dante Brian O Halloran, Randal Jeff Anderson


Ranking Every Ron Howard Feature Film From Worst To Best

When it comes to directors with impressive resumes, none are quite as fascinating as Ron Howard. Howard has dipped his artistic toes into many cinematic ponds: Oscar-winning dramas, all-out comedies, extravagant fantasies, and more. Plus, Howard has worked with some of the most talented individuals in the businesses, including Tom Hanks, George Lucas, Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe -- the list just goes on and on. With his ability to take risky projects and turn them into crowd-pleasers, Howard has p...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Aaron Sorkin, New York City, Disney, Nasa, Tom Hanks, David, Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Tommy Lee Jones, Catholic Church, Channing Tatum, Russell Crowe, Jim Carrey


Full Moon in Aquarius: Conga Line

M odern astrology offers contradictory messages about Aquarius, the sign of this Full Moon: Aquarius symbolizes weirdness, iconoclasm, and innovation, but also friendship and membership in groups. So which is it? Well, I guess it’s both, really. Aquarius signals sensitivity to the collective, whether it’s because you feel an affinity for it or something a bit like horror. And the truth is, humans are social creatures, so this is something that pertains to each of us. Prowling Facebook one morn...
Tags: Sun, Leo, Aquarius, Astrology, Ucla, Dante, Matthew Lieberman, Full Moon, Robert Putnam, Elliott Kent Want, Prowling Facebook


‘I wouldn’t take my kids to this’: Star Wars’ Phil Tippett on his hellish animation Mad God

The leading visual effects designer, whose credits include Star Wars and Jurassic Park, has spent three decades directing his gruesome animated fableYou definitely know Phil Tippett’s work even if you don’t know his name. The 3D chess game in Star Wars, the AT-ATs and Tauntauns in Empire Strikes Back, ED-209 in Robocop, the bugs from Starship Troopers and the dinosaurs from Jurassic Park are just some of the creations Tippett has brought to life. One of Hollywood’s leading visual effects designe...
Tags: Star Wars, Hollywood, Film, Culture, Festivals, Jurassic Park, Dante, Leviticus, Ren, Locarno, Tippett, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Phil Tippett, Edinburgh Film Festival, Science fiction and fantasy films, Animation in film


‘Clerks 3’ First Look Photo: Believe It Or Not, These Guys Are Supposed to Be Here Today

It’s been a long, winding road for writer and director Kevin Smith to bring Clerks 3 to the screen. There were starts and stops, but in July of this year the sequel to Smith’s debut film, Clerks, was finally officially greenlit. Now the first official photo from the sequel’s production has arrived online, revealing your favorite convenience store employees in all their glory. Back Behind the Counter As part of an exclusive first look, Vanity Fair has a picture (click through to check it ou...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Bob, Peter Pan, Smith, Jay, Vanity Fair, Dante, Kevin Smith, Waco, Dawson, Jason Mewes, Randal, Clerks, Dante Brian O Halloran


Universal Studios Orlando: Leatherface, Beetlejuice, and more join HHN 30

All the houses for Halloween Horror Nights 30 at Universal Studios Orlando have been revealed. The event’s 30th-year celebration unleashes quite the line-up of TEN original houses and horror property-inspired mazes, five scare zones, and two live shows. Previously announced have been the Houses for Beetlejuice, The Haunting of Hill House, Halloween Horror Nights: Icons Captured, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Finally, the rest of the slate including scare zones and live shows have been revea...
Tags: Florida, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Horror, New York City, Tim Burton, San Francisco, Netflix, Eddie, Cleaver, Orlando, Dante, Universal Studios, Central Park, Crain


Holloway and Hoelun.

Two items that have nothing to do with each other except the nicely chiming names: 1) I learn from Lev Oborin’s roundup (in Russian) of literary news that Julia Bolton Holloway claims to have discovered a manuscript in Dante’s hand. This seems like it would be big news, but Oborin links to a Daily Fail story that I didn’t even bother to click on, and when I googled [holloway dante manuscript] I got only a few hits, all from almost a month ago and with almost no details — this LitHub piece shows...
Tags: UK, Wikipedia, Uncategorized, Linguistics, Dante, Holloway, Hoelun, Julia Bolton Holloway, Irina Kotova, Оэлун, Temujin Genghis Khan


Breaking News Audio: Fallout from the Xavien Howard Trade Request

We have a BREAKING NEWS AUDIO today on DolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast as Mike and Dante talk about the fallout from Xavien Howard putting out a statement on his Instagram account stating he wants a trade out of Miami. Did the Dolphins screw
Tags: News, Dolphins, Miami, Dante, Mike, Xavien Howard, Xavien Howard Trade Request


DolphinsTalk Podcast: Training Camp Preview Part 3

On today'sDolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast Tom and Dante have Part 3 of their Miami Dolphins Training Camp preview as they go over the Miami Dolphins defense. They share their thoughts and projections on each position group and talk about
Tags: News, Miami Dolphins, Dante, Tom, Miami Dolphins Training Camp


Explore Divine Comedy Digital, a New Digital Database That Collects Seven Centuries of Art Inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy

The number of artworks inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy in the seven hundred years since the poet completed his epic, vernacular masterwork is so vast that referring to the poem inevitably means referring to its illustrations. These began appearing decades after the poet’s death, and they have not stopped appearing since. Indeed, it might be fair to say that the title Divine Comedy (simply called Comedy before 1555) names not only an epic poem but also its many constellations of artworks and...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Milan, College, Dubai, Literature, Columbia University, Salvador Dalí, Dante, Josh Jones, Durham NC Follow, John Ciardi, Visual Agency, Alessandro Vellutello, Bernard Mary, Divine Comedy Digital


DolphinsTalk Podcast: Miami Dolphins Training Camp Preview Part 2

On today'sDolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast Tom and Dante do part of their Miami Dolphins Training Camp Preview Series as they get you ready for the start of the 2021 Miami Dolphins season. In part 2 the boys break down the offensive line pos
Tags: News, Miami Dolphins, Dante, Tom


‘Clerks III’ is Officially Happening, With Kevin Smith Turning His Convenience Store Characters Into Filmmakers

Few fanbases are as loyal as Kevin Smith fans, and now this latest news is sure to create a stir. Lionsgate announced today that the studio has bought the rights to the latest sequel to Smith’s indie classic Clerks, and the threequel is set to begin production next month. And this film looks to bring the series full circle, with the slacker characters following Smith’s own lead and becoming filmmakers. Smith, who wrote the script and is once again stepping behind the camera to direct, has en...
Tags: Movies, News, Lionsgate, New Jersey, Bob, Smith, Jay, Dante, Kevin Smith, Leonardo, Long Road, Jeff Anderson, Rosario Dawson, Randal, Jay Mewes, Brian O'Halloran


Lionsgate Acquires Global Rights to Kevin Smith’s Clerks III

It has been nearly two years since we’ve last heard an update regarding Kevin Smith’s long-awaited Clerks III, and now Lionsgate has announced that they have successfully acquired the worldwide distribution rights to the long-in-development third installment of Smith’s 90s cult classic comedy Clerks. The project is currently in pre-production but is expected to start filming next month in New Jersey. “The Clerks movies are audience favorites and many of Kevin’s films, like Dogma, Red State, and ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Lionsgate, New Jersey, Jordan, Bob, Smith, Jay, Dante, Kevin Smith, Kevin, NFT, Jason Mewes, Jay Smith, Jeff Anderson, Rosario Dawson


What legally distinguishes a "non-violent Federal cannabis offense" from a violent one (and would multiple SCOTUS rulings be needed to sort this out)?

The question in the title of this post is prompted by key language in the resentencing and expungement provision of the "discussion draft" of Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's new federal marijuana reform bill, the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act.  The full text of this CAO "discussion draft" is available here; this highly-anticipated bill draft runs 163 pages and covers all sorts of reform and regulatory issues related of federal marijuana law and policy (see coverage here at M...
Tags: Law, Senate, House, Arizona, Dante, Ccrc, Chuck Schumer, Congressional Budget Office, Bureau of Prisons, Douglas A Berman, Merrick Garland, CAOA


DolphinsTalk Podcast: Miami Dolphins Training Camp Preview Part 1

  On today'sDolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast Tom and Dante do part of their Miami Dolphins Training Camp Preview Series as they get you ready for the start of the 2021 Miami Dolphins season. In part 1 they break down the quarterback, ru
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Wayne McGregor: ‘Dancers are believing their voices can be heard, and I love that’

Royal Ballet choreographer Wayne McGregor had no access to elite ballet schools growing up. But he did have John Travolta and disco to spark a lifelong obsession. Now he wants to make dancers of us allLong before Wayne McGregor became a star choreographer famed for cerebral experimentation and edgy imagination, he was a disco fiend. His earliest inspiration was John Travolta. Not cool, Pulp Fiction-era Travolta, but the glinty-eyed, gyrating disco bunny from Saturday Night Fever and Grease. “Wha...
Tags: Dance, Culture, Royal Ballet, Stage, Ballet, Margaret Atwood, Ian Mckellen, Stockport, John Travolta, Dante, McGregor, Travolta, Wayne McGregor, Nick Knight, Marjorie Barlow, Thom Yorke Olafur Eliasson