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Rangers’ 5 Best Defensemen All-Time

The New York Rangers have one of the most storied franchises in all professional sports. Being an Original Six team with a long history of winning in the most famous city in the world is a lot to live up to. These five defensive stalwarts held up their end of the bargain and more. 5. Sergei Zubov Sergei Zubov did some impressive things with the Rangers. However, his Rangers tenure was cut short by a trade that sent him to the Pittsburgh Penguins after only threes seasons. Many Rangers fa...
Tags: Hollywood, US, Sport, Park, Canada, United States, Manhattan, Rangers, Hockey, NHL, Hall of Fame, New York Rangers, Dallas Stars, Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, Norris Trophy


Book Review: Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson

Just Mercy is a memoir from lawyer Bryan Stevenson about his work fighting against the death penalty and mass incarceration in Alabama. A couple months ago the book got turned into a Hollywood film featuring Michael B Jordan (which I haven’t watched). There’s also an HBO documentary about Stevenson (which I did just watch), and the TED talk that brought Stevenson’s work to the mainstream for many in the tech community a few years ago.I found his memoir incredibly inspirational. And of course sad...
Tags: Books, Hbo, Hollywood, Alabama, Sales, America, Jim Crow, Michael B Jordan, Buddhist, Bryan, Lyndon Johnson, Stevenson, Bryan Stevenson, South Africa Rwanda Germany


COVID-19 Doesn't Slow Down Japanese Porn Productions

Special events in Akihabara are a great place to be recruited if you want to  be  an extra in a Japanese Adult video. Every weekend several actresses  will  make public appearances in one of the major video stores to meet  and  greet their fans. Prices range from ¥5000-¥50,000  to spend less than a minute with the talent. Pictures are allowed and many of the  fans bring  expensive equipment for their impromptu photo shoots. Women  and  foreigners are usually banned from these events, as they mak...
Tags: Travel, Google, Japan, Hollywood, US, Tokyo, Oscar Wilde, Sapporo, Akihabara, Keio University, Ginza, Haruhiko, Western Tokyo, Yua Mikami, Ibuki, Akiho Yoshizawa


California Lawmakers Plead: Fight Virus, Don’t Pack Beaches

(AP) – With cases of coronavirus surging and the death toll surpassing 100, lawmakers are pleading with cooped-up Californians to spend a second weekend at home to slow the spread of infection. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Saturday that the number of people hospitalized across the state spiked to more than 1,000, and that overnight the number of people admitted to intensive care units doubled from 200 to more than 400. He said the numbers are relatively modest in comparison to the 52,000 confirmed cas...
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Kevin Smith Recorded a ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Commentary Track, and Put It Online For Everyone

Kevin Smith‘s recent movie, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. It’s also on Blu-ray and digital. But none of those versions of the film come with a commentary track. So Smith, good egg that he is, decided to record one and upload it to YouTube for fans. It’s totally free, too – you don’t have to plunk down extra money or anything like that. Just turn the movie on, fire up YouTube, and you’re ready to go. Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Commentary Track Commenta...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Sequels, Bob, Smith, Jay, Tusk, Kevin-Smith, Jason Mewes, Jay And Silent Bob Reboot, Bob Reboot, Bob Reboot Jay


Edgar Wright Lists His 100 Favorite Comedies, Including ‘Popstar’, ‘Some Like It Hot’ and More

Edgar Wright isn’t just the director of comedy treasures like Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End. He’s also an educated cinephile and comedy connoisseur with a deep knowledge of the biggest and best laughs ranging from classics in Hollywood’s Golden Age to contemporary hits. Since many of you are probably looking for a lot more movies to pass the time while we’re in self-quarantine from coronavirus, Edgar Wright has listed his 100 favorite comedies of all-time on Letterboxd, givin...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Best, Marilyn Monroe, Monty Python, Ferris Bueller, Mel Brooks, Jack Lemmon, Charlie Chaplin, Edgar-Wright, Shirley Maclaine, Tony Curtis, Wright, Laurel, Frankenstein


LAX FlyAway bus service modified due to decreased ridership amid coronavirus worries

Due to decreased ridership amid the coronavirus pandemic, Los Angeles World Airports will reduce the frequency of FlyAway bus service on the Van Nuys and Union Station routes today, and temporarily suspend operations on the Hollywood and Long Beach lines. “Ridership has declined sharply since the beginning of March, with 29.4 percent fewer riders March 1-23 than the same period last year,” according to LAWA. On March 23, 1,047 passengers rode FlyAway buses, down 72 percent from the same day in 2...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Long Beach, Southern California, Lax, Valley, Los Angeles International Airport, Garcetti, Union Station, LAWA, Tom Bradley, Van Nuys


DGA, SAG-AFTRA, WGA Scramble to Keep Residuals Flowing During Coronavirus Pandemic

Hollywood’s creative guilds have been working overtime to keep residual checks going out to members during the coronavirus crisis. Even though most of the members of the Directors Guild of America, SAG-AFTRA and the Writers Guild of America West have been working remotely, the guilds have stepped up efforts to maintain the flow of funds. […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, David White, SAG-AFTRA, Writers Guild Of America, Directors Guild Of America, Writers Guild of America West, AFTRA, Directors Guild of America SAG AFTRA


‘Bruce’, a Musical About the Making of Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jaws’, Swims to Stage in 2021

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Jaws, director Steven Spielberg‘s iconic film that ushered in the modern era of Hollywood blockbusters. But before the retrospective pieces begin rolling in, let’s look ahead to 2021, because that’s when a stage musical called Bruce, named after the constantly-malfunctioning mechanical shark which plagued Spielberg’s set, is set to open at New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse. And from the description of the play, it seems like Jaws fans from all over might ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, New Jersey, Stage, Spielberg, Robert Taylor, Steven Spielberg, Jaws, Jersey, Bruce, Peter Benchley, Russ Fischer, Richard Oberacker, Seattle Rep, Donna Feore, Carl Gottlieb


Joel Coen’s ‘Macbeth’ Adaptation with Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand Delayed Due to Coronavirus

Almost exactly one year ago, we learned Joel Coen was taking a break from writing and directing movies with his brother Ethan Coen in order to tackle a new big screen adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic play Macbeth on his own. Shooting was slated to begin in Los Angeles this spring, but it should come as no surprise that the A24 production has been delayed along with pretty much every other movie in Hollywood due to the coronavirus pandemic spreading across the United States. Deadlin...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Washington, Scotland, New York City, Los Angeles, Frances-McDormand, Oscar, Adaptation, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare, Richard III, Brendan-Gleeson, A24, Justin Kurzel


Everything Coming to Quibi in April, Including ’50 States of Fright’, ‘Dishmantled’, and Much More

We’re living in an uncertain world, but there’s at least one certainty that we can’t avoid: Quibi is coming. Will the new mobile-only streaming platform and its mountain of original content change the way we think about entertainment forever, land with a dud, or something in between? We’ll find out very soon, because the service is set to launch in just over a week. (You can get a free 90-day trial, but only if you sign up before launch.) And now there’s a list of every single thing they’ll be ...
Tags: Utah, Florida, Hollywood, Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Iraq, Los Angeles, Fbi, Canada, Brooklyn, Anna Kendrick, Italy, Nicole Richie, New Orleans, Jennifer Lopez, Ncaa


A full breakdown of what channels you get with every Sling TV package, plus all the add-ons

  Sling is one of the most affordable cord-cutting services on the market, offering two packages —  Orange and Blue — with 30+ channels starting at $30 a month or combined for $45 a month. Orange offers the Disney Channel and ESPN, while Blue offers a slate of Fox channels, NBC, Bravo, and Discovery. Both Orange and Blue offer CNN, TBS, Food Network, and BBC America. You can also add on multi-channel packages like Sports Extras, Kids Extras, or News Extras starting at $5 a month. Premium ad...
Tags: Hbo, Usa, New York, Hollywood, Nbc, Disney, Los Angeles, Trends, Chicago, Fox, Washington Dc, Showtime, Starz, Philadelphia, Espn, NHL


Netflix Making a ‘Dragon’s Lair’ Movie Based on Legendary Arcade Game, Ryan Reynolds to Star and Produce

If you didn’t grow up playing video games in arcades, you may only be familiar with Dragon’s Lair from its appearance in the second season of Stranger Things. But the medieval-themed fantasy adventure was once the most popular video game in the country, and now Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) is set to star in a live-action film adaptation. Get the details below. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Reynolds will star in and produce the Dragon’s Lair movie, with Roy Lee of Vertigo Entertainment and ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Michael Bay, Netflix, Dragon, Ryan-Reynolds, Dan, Reynolds, Bluth, Don Bluth, Ryan Reynolds Deadpool, Roy Lee, Dan Hageman, Kevin Hageman, Trevor Engelson, Dragon's Lair


Hear an Exclusive Track From the ‘Swallow’ Soundtrack

Featuring music from Nathan Halpern, Swallow is a film that’s bound to turn a few heads. In the film, a young housewife develops a habit of swallowing inedible, and oftentimes life-threatening, objects. Carlo Mirabella-Davis directs the flick, which stars Haley Bennett, and is currently on VOD. The soundtrack drops today, and we’re debuting an exclusive track. Swallow Soundtrack “Each film speaks to you with its own unique voice—you respond to it emotionally and you find what feels righ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Glass House, Lakeshore Records, Hunter, Carlo, Nathan Halpern, Haley Bennett, Halpern, Soundtracks, Swallow, Carlo Mirabella Davis, Mynette Louie, Hunter Haley Bennett, Richie Austin Stowell, Mollye Asher


The sucker fish spawn is on. Again. As it always is this time of year.

Every March. It doesn’t matter if the winter was brutal. It doesn’t matter if the winter was mild. The groundhog could have seen his shadow or not, it doesn’t influence it. It may have rained hard the previous week, or it could be a two-month long drought. Regardless of the weather, this magic, or maybe we can call it madness since that seems to be one of the things we are lacking during this current state of being, happens. For me and my neck of the woods, it all comes to...
Tags: Hollywood, Sport, Fishing, North America, Bill Howard


Corona Chronicles: A Reporter Tests Positive, Sam Neill’s New ‘World,’ and Other Personal Stories from Hollywood

The Olympics? Canceled. Coachella? Canceled. SXSW, Tribeca, movie theaters and Broadway? All canceled. The coronavirus has forced us all to adapt and adjust. Whether it’s working from home or watching for local businesses to open again, there are still many questions and uncertainties.  In Hollywood, that has also meant that TV shows and movie productions […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Broadway, Tribeca, Sam Neill, Coronavirus


A Wall Street analyst sees Apple buying major Hollywood studios battered by the coronavirus crisis: 'They need content and they have cash' (AAPL)

The coronavirus crisis is taking its toll on Hollywood which could create an opportunity for Apple to buy a major studio, a Wall Street analyst said Friday. Major studios and entertainment companies are reeling from the crisis as premieres and productions are cancelled. Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives said he sees Apple, which just launched its own streaming TV service, acquiring one of the major entertainment companies to boost its new Apple TV Plus service. "They need content, and they have $200...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Lionsgate, Wall Street, Trends, James Bond, Sony Pictures, MGM, Aapl, Wedbush, J J Abrams, Ives, Holywood, Daniel Ives, Oprah Winfrey Steven Spielberg


Meghan and Harry secretly move to L.A. ahead of coronavirus lockdown, reports say

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made their move to leave Canada and settle permanently in Los Angeles before the border between Canada and the United States was shut last Friday, according to reports. The Sun first reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex took a private flight from British Columbia to the Los Angeles area sometime before Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Donald Trump closed the border between the two countries. They are now, like other Californias, shelteri...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Celebrities, News, Instagram, California, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Canada, Soccer, United States, The Sun, Sun, Prince Charles, Kate Middleton


Who Should Star in the Inevitable ‘Tiger King’ Movie?

Netflix’s Tiger King is generating a ton of buzz lately, with viewers absolutely gobsmacked by the strange, wild, disturbing docuseries. The series takes us into the surprisingly lucrative (and altogether questionable) world of big cat collectors, focusing primarily on the eccentric Joe Exotic, a private zoo owner who was convicted of ordering a contract killing on an animal rights activist. But Joe is just our gateway into a whole world of unconventional, and in some cases downright loathsome,...
Tags: Florida, Hollywood, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Casting, Features, Fbi, Netflix, Walton Goggins, Jack Black, Ben Mendelsohn, Michael Keaton, Joe, Lowe, Jeff, McBride


Shudder April 2020 Movie and TV Highlights Announced

Shudder April 2020 Movie and TV Highlights Announced AMC Networks’ Shudder has revealed its April 2020 movie and TV lineup as it celebrates the “Halfway to Halloween Month.” Shudder is offering its biggest month of non-October programming ever, which includes the premiere of the five-part documentary Cursed Films. You can check out what’s coming to Shudder in April below (via Vital Thrills)! RELATED: Shudder and Sundance Now Offering Extended Free Trials! Shudder April 2020 Original/Exclusiv...
Tags: Halloween, UK, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Canada, TV News, Sam, Jason, Yoon, Time Machine, Barry Bostwick, Outback, Mike Flanagan, Texas Chainsaw Massacre


‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood …’ Before ‘Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood’

“Whenever there is that struggle for power, of who is going to be the leader, that is pure Shakespeare.” Sam Wanamker (Nicholas Hammond) Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood (Blu-ray extra scene) The other day a friend of mine watched Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood for the first time and really enjoyed […]
Tags: Hollywood, Filmmaking, Quentin Tarantino, Shakespeare, Screenwriting, Hollywood Blu, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Sam Wanamker Nicholas Hammond


Stun Creative, Now Known as Known, Marks 20 Years With a Merger

You wouldn’t expect anything less: Stun Creative, one of Hollywood’s top marketing agencies and production companies, is celebrating its 20th birthday with a three-way merger that has led to the establishment of Known, a modern marketing company that says its creative work going forward will be equal parts analytics and art. The new company was […]
Tags: Hollywood, Features, Known, Stun Creative


Your guide to movies currently streaming March 27-April 3

“1917” (R, for violence, some disturbing images and language; available to buy on Amazon Prime, Fandango Now, Apple TV and Vudu) Director Sam Mendes, has similarly taken top technology — and the best cinematography, courtesy of Roger Deakins — to give us a compelling look at World War I through the eyes of two ordinary soldiers asked to perform an extraordinary task. The special sauce here, which you may have heard about: “1917” appears as if it were shot in one seamless take — or two, if you in...
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Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange 2’ and ‘The Eternals’ Are Still Forging on With Remote Production

Virtually every major Hollywood production has shut down or been delayed in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But some productions are finding a way to forge ahead through virtual means. Two Marvel productions still going are Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and The Eternals, which are getting pre-production and VFX work done, respectively, through remote means. Buried in a report from Variety on the multiple productions delayed by the coronavirus crisis, it’s revea...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Disney, Sequels, Doctor Strange, Skype, Marvel Studios, Elizabeth Olsen, Loki, Sam Raimi, Scott Derrickson, Comic Book/Superhero, Scarlet Witch, Sorcerer Supreme, Michael Waldron


Felissa Rose & Elissa Dowling in Forest Horror Film 'Rootwood' Trailer

"If we get this thing on tape, this could make us famous!" High Octane Pictures has unveiled an official trailer for a low budget horror thriller film titled Rootwood, one of the latest offerings from German indie horror filmmaker Marcel Walz (of Tortura, #funnyFACE, Blood Feast). This premiered last year at a small genre festival, and will be available on VOD in April coming up. Two students who host "The Spooky Hour" podcast together are hired by a Hollywood film producer to shoot a horror...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Trailer, Horror, To Watch, Felissa Rose, Marcel Walz, High Octane Pictures, Elissa Dowling, Tiffani Fest, Tyler Gallant Sarah, Brandon Rhea Big, Rootwood, Felissa Rose Elissa Dowling


Horrors of Spider Island & More Coming From Severin in May

Horrors of Spider Island & More Coming From Severin in May On May 26, Severin Films is releasing a hat trick of seminal international horrors: Italian Giallo maestro Sergio Martino’s masterpiece The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh with giallo queen Edwige Fenech, the original Indonesian haunting masterpiece Satan’s Slave, and long thought lost German mind melter Horrors of Spider Island are all making their glorious high definition US disc debuts packed with bonus features! RELATED: Severin Films ...
Tags: Europe, UK, Hollywood, Movies, Bali, Indonesia, Horror, Berlin, US, Dvd, Wolf, Blu Ray, Jakarta Post, Argento, Severin, Fenech


China Closing All Movie Theaters Again to Keep Battling Coronavirus

There seemed to be a light at the end of the tunnel in our ongoing battle with the coronavirus pandemic as China started re-opening their movie theaters. It gave the United States some hope that we might be able to do the same after a couple months of self-quarantine since China got a head start in the spread of coronavirus and was seemingly able to squash the threat. But news is spreading on the social media service Weibo of Chinese movie theaters closing again, just after reopening last weeke...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, China, Cnn, United States, Harry Potter, Donald Trump, Avengers, Weibo, Weibo China, Business and Industry News


LG Adds Movies Anywhere Service to Smart TVs, With Access to Over 7,900 Titles

LG Electronics USA is the first TV manufacturer to support Movies Anywhere, the digital-movie streaming service joint venture of four major Hollywood studios. Movie Anywhere’s collection of 7,900-plus movies, including new releases and classics, are now available to customers with LG Smart TVs (2017 models and later, running webOS version 3.5 or later). Movies Anywhere […]
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‘Little Fires Everywhere’ author Celeste Ng talks Hulu adaptation

By Mark Meszoros It begins with a house engulfed in flames. It is the large, lovely Shaker Heights home of Elena Richardson (Reese Witherspoon,) who stares at the blaze and seems to … smirk? Moments later in the premiere episode of Hulu’s “Little Fires Everywhere” — the adaptation of author Celeste Ng’s bestselling 2017 novel, which is set in the late 1990s — we’ve jumped to when the fire has been extinguished. Authorities on the scene tell Elena the fire was intentionally set — that’s clear bec...
Tags: Hong Kong, Books, TV, Hollywood, Reese Witherspoon, Massachusetts, Los Angeles, Sport, NG, Nasa, Julia Roberts, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Kerry, Cleveland


Covid 19 coronavirus: Workers on Avatar film accuse landlord of coronavirus profiteering

Three tenants filming Hollywood's blockbuster Avatar sequel have accused their landlord of profiteering from the coronavirus outbreak by unfairly pocketing $20,000.Tenant Mike McCrae believes property owner Glenn Tulloch is being... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Hollywood, Mike McCrae, Glenn Tulloch