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7 ‘Loki’ Episode 3 Easter Eggs and What They Could Mean for the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The third episode of Loki has arrived on Disney+, and while it’s not quite as filled with surprising details and revelations as past epiosdes, there are still some interesting Easter eggs to behold, including some possible hints at what’s to come in the remaining three episodes. Plus, there’s also a good old-fashioned reference to another movie that you probably totally missed if you didn’t pay attention to the credits. So let’s dig into some Loki episode 3 Easter eggs. Before we begin, we’d ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Features, Sequels, Thor, Marvel Comics, Easter Eggs, Marvel Studios, Hudson, Bill Paxton, Infinity, Loki, TVA, Jane Foster, Hicks


Tucker Carlson Thinks Climate Change Is a Conspiracy to Shrink Your Kids

Tucker Carlson is freaking out about something a professor said at a conference five years ago, as Tucker Carlson is prone to do. He also used those remarks to insinuate they’re about the future scientists want despite that being false, as Tucker Carlson is prone to do.Read more...
Tags: Science, Television, Climate Change, Environment, Joe Biden, Fox News, Tucker Carlson, Tucker, Climate Change Denial, Matthew Liao, Mass Media, American People Of German Descent, Right Wing Populism In The United States, American Writers, Non Interventionism, Paleoconservatism


Netflix’s New Dating Show ‘Sexy Beasts’ Will Live Forever in Our Nightmares

Netflix has somehow cracked open the barrier that separates our world from some sort of Lovecraftian cosmic nightmare universe and turned what spilled out into a dating show. Sexy Beasts is a reality series that features contestants going on blind dates. But these singles are going to have their work cut out for them, because they’re all wearing terrifying, elaborate makeup and prosthetics that turns them into animals, and bugs, and the devil, and also a scarecrow? I think? It’s all rather alar...
Tags: UK, Television, Movies, Horror, Disney, America, Netflix, James Woods, Moreau, TV Trailer, Sexy Beasts


‘Solar Opposites’ Renewed for Season 4 Before Season 3 Has Even Premiered

The second season of Hulu’s animated comedy Solar Opposites debuted back in March, getting weirder and raunchier while delivering the same wild sci-fi antics that made the first season so great. The series had already been renewed for a third season long before the second season arrived, and now Hulu has confirmed more is on the way by ordering up Solar Opposites season 4 this week. Deadline has news on Hulu ordering Solar Opposites season 4, and this is long before the third season will even...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, America, Animation, Hulu, Morty, Justin Roiland, Mary Mack, Mike McMahan, Solar Opposites, Mike McMahan Star Trek, Justin Roiland Rick, Roiland Thomas Middleditch Sean Giambrone


It’s the End of the World in the New Episode of ‘Loki,’ and the God of Mischief and the Variant Don’t Feel Fine

The third episode of the Disney+ series Loki has our Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and the Variant (Sophia Di Martino) getting to know each other in a less-than relaxing environment. To say more veers into spoiler territory, so here is your obligatory spoiler warning for Loki Episode 3, “Lamentis.” Read on to learn what happens, including what it could mean for the show’s remaining three episodes. Loki Gets Around, and so Does the TVA That space-time portal that Loki jumps through after the Big B...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Features, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Hunter, Loki, TVA, Hiddleston, Minutemen, Sylvie, Comic Book/Superhero, Mobius, Di Martino, Kree


HBO’s LA Lakers Drama Series Just Cast Actors as Richard Pryor and Jack Nicholson

Adam McKay‘s upcoming L.A. Lakers drama on HBO has cast some pivotal players in the series. Mike Epps (The Upshaws), Carina Conti (The Last Tycoon), Max E. Williams (Dreamland), and Mariama Diallo (Random Acts of Flyness) have all scored recurring roles on the show that will be based on Jeff Pearlman‘s book Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s.  And yes, as the headline tells you, two of those actors will be playing some of the most famous performers o...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Sports, Williams, Nba, Dallas, Donna Karan, Adrien Brody, EPPS, Dennis Rodman, Brewster, Lakers, Adam Mckay


Netflix announces animal-prosthetic dating show Sexy Beasts

Netflix will screen a new show, Sexy Beasts, where singles date while covered in high-end prosthetic makeup that conceals their true appearance and makes them look like animals and monsters. Sexy Beasts is a new dating show where real-life singles sport elaborate makeup and prosthetics to put true blind-date chemistry to the test. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Television, News, B-side, Masks, Netflix


‘Loki’ Revealed a Game-Changing Detail About the Time Variance Authority, So Let’s Talk About It

This post contains spoilers for the third episode of Loki. Marvel’s new series Loki took us into a whole new world by introducing the Time Variance Authority. The agency, empowered by a trio of cosmic beings known as the Time Keepers, are tasked with preserving what is known as the Sacred Timeline. Whenever a time-traveling Variant steps out of their destined path in the timeline, they stop the Variant, reset the timeline, and thus prevent the appearance of any timeline branches, which would ot...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sequels, Marvel Comics, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Boku, Loki, TVA, Kang, Minutemen, Oshkosh Wisconsin, Sylvie, Richard E Grant, Owen-Wilson, Comic Book/Superhero


‘Loki’ Just Confirmed a Key Part of Loki’s Sexuality and It Has the Lighting to Prove It

This post contains spoilers for the latest episode of Loki. Marvel Studios has been hit or miss with depicting LGBTQ characters. The closest thing we had was that time a Russo brother had a throwaway line about a boyfriend in Avengers: Endgame — a scene that was criticized for its halfhearted depiction of what was meant to be the first “openly gay” character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige has promised more LGBTQ representation in Phase 4 of the MCU. And w...
Tags: Television, Movies, Thor, Marvel Studios, Loki, Kevin Feige, Sylvie, Comic Book/Superhero, Loki Tom Hiddleston, Mackenzi Lee, Al Ewing, Loki Marvel Studios, Loki Laufeyson, Sophia Dimartino, Sylvie Sophia DiMartino


DOJ Seizes Middle East News Sites for Allegedly Spreading Disinformation

The U.S. Department of Justice seized 36 domains associated with news outlets in Iran, Yemen, and Palestine on Tuesday, according to a press release from the DOJ. The websites were taken for allegedly promoting disinformation campaigns and for violating U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Revolutionary Guard and…Read more...
Tags: Politics, Science, Television, News, Palestine, Doj, Deception, U S Department of Justice, US Department of Justice, Iran Yemen, RT, State Media, Mass Media, Disinformation, Islamic Revolutionary Guard, Al Alam


FX Orders Mysterious Science Fiction Series ‘Class of 09’ With Brian Tyree Henry and Kate Mara

FX has ordered a mysterious new limited sci-fi series that is set to star Brian Tyree Henry and Kate Mara and hails from writer Tom Rob Smith and the team behind the network’s ‘American Crime Story franchise. Titled Class of ’09, the FX limited series comes with very few details, apart from it being a legal thriller that features the use of artificial intelligence. But there’s still good reason to be excited about any high-concept sci-fi series given the green light by FX. FX announced that ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Fbi, Hulu, Noah Hawley, American Crime Story, FX, Tom Rob Smith, Alex Garland, Garland, Kate-Mara, Nina Jacobson, FX Productions, FX FX, Brad Simpson


‘His Dark Materials’ Season 3 Cast Announced as Filming Begins on Final Episodes

His Dark Materials is shedding some light on its third and final season. The HBO series has added six new cast members as the show heads into production of its final eight-episode season, which will adapt the events of the third book in Philip Pullman’s acclaimed trilogy, The Amber Spyglass. HBO announced that filming has begun for His Dark Materials season 3, which will be an eight-episode adaptation of The Amber Spyglass, the final book in Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy. Production i...
Tags: Hbo, England, Television, Movies, Wales, Casting, Fantasy, Adaptation, James McAvoy, Philip Pullman, Pullman, Gomez, Baruch, Lyra, Adewale Akinnuoye Agbaje, Mrs Coulter


‘I Think You Should Leave’ Season 2 Trailer: Tim Robinson’s Surreal Sketch Show Returns in July

Tim Robinson and company are back for an all-new weird, wonderful season of I Think You Should Leave. The surreal, absurd sketch comedy series returns in July, and it’s bringing hot dogs, ghost tours, Corncob TV, and old grandpas who used to be huge pieces of shit. A chaotic new trailer for I Think You Should Leave season 2 can be seen below. Watch it, won’t you? I Think You Should Leave Season 2 Trailer I’ll confess that before I Think You Should Leave arrived, I was not aware of Tim R...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Netflix, Tim Heidecker, Robinson, Tim, Richardson, Zach, Lonely Island, Jorma Taccone, TV Trailer, Tim Robinson, Ali Bell, Zach Kanin, I Think You Should Leave


Is Steven Spielberg’s new Netflix deal a surprise? It’s surprising it took so long

Despite comments he made in the past, the director’s production company Amblin has signed a multi-picture deal with the streaming giant. Should cinephiles be worried?Did another citadel just fall? Has another general just presented his sword in surrender? Steven Spielberg’s production company Amblin has signed a deal to produce multiple features a year for the streaming behemoth Netflix – which is precisely that small-screen player that Spielberg seemed to be rebuking two years ago when he procl...
Tags: Business, Television, Media, Film, Film Industry, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Amblin


Paul Rudd Pulls That ‘Mac and Me’ Gag on Conan O’Brien One Final Time

Paul Rudd is one of the most beloved guests Conan O’Brien has ever had across his slate of talk shows. From Late Night with Conan O’Brien through Conan on TBS, the actor is always a hit with fans. But it’s not just because Paul Rudd is one of the most lovable and funniest guys around Hollywood. It’s because Paul Rudd always brings the best clips with him when he visits Conan. Actually, it’s always the same clip from the movie Mac and Me, and as Conan is coming to an end, Paul Rudd had to bring ...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Mac, Conan, Tbs, Lol, Bill-Hader, Rudd, Video Clips, Conan O Brien, Paul-Rudd, Conan-OBrien, Mac And Me, Paul Rudd Mac


British Actor Bob Hoskins’ Helped Thousands Learn to Read in On the Move, a 1970s “Sesame Street for Adults”

British character actor Bob Hoskins has been remembered for “playing Americans better than Americans,” as USA Today wrote when Hoskins passed away in 2014. Characters like Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’s Eddie Valiant, Nixon’s J. Edgar Hoover, and The Cotton Club’s Owney Madden stand out as some of his best performances in Hollywood. But he began his career in British film and television, playing cops and gangsters. Helen Mirren, who starred opposite him in his first major role, The Long Good...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, London, Television, Education, College, Bbc, Britain, Bob, Usa Today, Helen Mirren, Bob Hoskins, Lawson, Mark Lawson, Martin Shaw, Josh Jones


Watch TV's stupidest "hacking" scene ever

In this clip below from an episode of NCIS, hackers have already burned through the NCIS public firewall. They're moving so fast that the only conceivable way to stop them is for two people to type on the same keyboard. But as one YouTube commenter wisely points out: "Sadly, on the other end of the line were three hackers using a single keyboard and so there was no way that they could stop them." — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Television, News, Hacking, Hackers


Screen Grab: Omar Sy weaves a rebel spell in ‘Lupin’

Omar Sy’s charming master thief televises a dreamy revolution in Lupin, Netflix’s latest Euro blockbuster The post Screen Grab: Omar Sy weaves a rebel spell in ‘Lupin’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Television, Netflix, Friday, Borgen, Openaccess, TV Review, Lupin, Omar Sy, Maurice Leblanc, Top Six, Dubbing, Call My Agent, Subtitles, Killing Eve, TV Dramas, Money Heist


David Bowie on Why It’s Crazy to Make Art–and We Do It Anyway (1998)

Art is useless, Oscar Wilde declared. Yet faced with, say, a painting by Kandinsky, film by Malick, or great work by David Bowie, we may feel it “impossible to escape the impression,” as Sigmund Freud wrote, “that people commonly use false standards of measurement — that they seek power, success and wealth for themselves and admire them in others, and that they underestimate what is of true value in life.” However ambiguously, art can move us beyond the selfish boundaries of the ego to c...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Music, Television, College, David Bowie, Oscar Wilde, Sigmund Freud, Freud, Charlie Rose, Rose, Bowie, Wilde, Josh Jones, Malick, Kandinsky


Mischa Barton on success, paparazzi and survival: ‘I’m not broken’

As party girl Marissa in The OC, Barton found fame at a time when young female stars were being hounded by the press. She talks about strength, resilience and her battle against revenge pornFor some actors, the roles they have played stick to them like shadows, long after they should have been left behind. Just ask Mischa Barton. It is 15 years since she starred as Marissa Cooper in the teen drama The OC, and yet still she can’t shake her off. When Barton appeared in the reality show The Hills i...
Tags: Television, Drama, Women, World news, US news, Culture, Television & radio, Young People, Marissa, Sexual Harassment, Cooper, Mischa Barton, Barton, Marissa Cooper, MeToo Movement


Kevin Can F**k Himself Review – Falling Down In Sitcom Hell

Series like Schitt’s Creek are even more rare than they seem, but not because of the comedy, characters, writing, or anything else that might immediately pop into your mind, but because getting an ensemble together who can all maintain the same level of insight is all but impossible. Eugene Levy, for example, isn’t a comedic genius with decades of iconic roles because he’s funny, but because, like all comedic geniuses, he knows the exact potential in any scene or exchange. That Annie Murphy (and...
Tags: Featured, Television, Movies, Amc, Levy, Patty, Kevin, Neil, Allison, Newsline, GLEASON, JoJo Whilden, TV Review, Annie Murphy, Catherine O Hara, Eugene Levy


‘Godzilla Singular Point’ Anime Series Coming to Netflix This Week

Godzilla Singular Point, a new anime series from director Atsushi Takahashi (Doraemon the Movie 2017: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi) and anime studios Bones (My Hero Academia) and Orange (Beastars), marks a significant departure from recent Godzilla stories. Our rave review of the show calls it the possible “rightful anime heir to Shin Godzilla,” and says it “offers a much more cerebral take on the King of Monsters than the recent Hollywood smash-em-up Godzilla vs. Kong.” And now...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Mexico, Sci-fi, Netflix, Anime, Godzilla, Hayao Miyazaki, Shin Godzilla, Mononoke, Action/Adventure, Release Dates, Antarctic Kachi Kochi, Kazue Kato


‘The Acolyte’ Showrunner Explains the Strength of Having Non-‘Star Wars’ Fans on Staff

One of the most exciting prospects of upcoming Star Wars universe is The Acolyte, a new series by showrunner Leslye Headland (Russian Doll). That’s because it’s being billed as a mystery thriller (a genre that has not often been explored in a galaxy far, far away) and seems to be largely unconnected to the events of the previous films and TV shows so far. Headland, who is a Star Wars mega-fan, knows the value of having non-Star Wars junkies on her writing staff, and in a new interview, she talk...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Leia, Damon Lindelof, Luke, Headland, AV Club, Star-Wars, Leslye Headland, High Republic, The Acolyte, Dave -RSB- Filoni, Jean Luc -RSB- Picard


Spoiler Alert: The ‘Loki’ Variant Has Their Own Character Poster

The second episode of Loki made the mystery of the time traveling criminal at the center of the Marvel Studios series infinitely more intriguing. After the first episode revealed that the time-hopping troublemaker in question was Loki himself, the end of the second episode, appropriately titled “The Variant,” revealed a surprising detail about this alternate version of Loki. Now that the weekend is over, Marvel Studios is pulling the curtain back completely with a new character poster revealing...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Sequels, Poster, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Loki, MCU, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Sophia Di Martino, Lady Loki, Time Variance Authority


Watch the ‘Rick and Morty’ Season 5 Premiere for Free on YouTube

This past weekend brought the Rick and Morty season 5 premiere to Adult Swim, along with a streaming debut on Hulu and HBO Max. But if you somehow find yourself without a cable subscription or either of those streaming services, there’s another away for you to watch the first episode of the new season. Right now, you can watch the Rick and Morty season 5 premiere on YouTube for free. Rick and Morty Season 5 Premiere The Rick and Morty season 5 premiere is entitled “Mort Dinner Rick Andr...
Tags: Comedy, Adult Swim, Television, Movies, Animation, Hulu, Mort, Jessica, Morty, Rick, Andre, Rick And Morty, Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland, HBO Max, Rick Andre


‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2 Trailer: The Feel-Good Show of 2020 is Back to Save 2021

The first season of AppleTV+’s Ted Lasso quickly won over skeptics with its excellent characters, fantastic jokes, heartfelt drama, and undying sense of optimism. And even though things in the U.S. are better than they were this time last year, I could still use a fresh dose of Lasso-style optimism in my life. Thankfully, AppleTV+ has released a full Ted Lasso season 2 trailer, and we don’t have much longer to wait until the season debuts. Ted Lasso Season 2 Trailer It’s kind of wild to ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Sports, Ted, Jason-sudeikis, Nbc Sports, Joe Kelly, Diamond Dogs, AFI, Lasso, TV Trailer, Appletv, Ted Lasso, Bill Lawrence Scrubs Jason Sudeikis Brendan Hunt, Choice WGA


‘Stranger Things’ Star David Harbour Teases a “Definite Ending” for the Series

The inevitable ending of Netflix’s sci-fi juggernaut Stranger Things has been the subject of tons of speculation over the past several years. Now actor David Harbour, who plays Hawkins’ police chief Jim Hopper, is adding a bit more fuel to the fire. In a new interview with Collider, Harbour was asked how the upcoming fourth season of the show compares to the previous seasons, and his answer included a tease about the ending. “I mean, it’s bigger, that’s the first thing,” he said. “In scope, i...
Tags: Quotes, Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Teen, Netflix, Ross, Hopper, Matt, Hawkins, Stranger Things, Action/Adventure, Jim Hopper, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown


Clamping koala: how a new sex guide prompted complaints – and delight

Whether you are pregnant, have back pain or bad knees, Norway’s public broadcaster has advice on the best position to try. But not everyone is happyName: Clamping koala.Age: Newly coined. Continue reading...
Tags: Television, Sex, World news, Culture, Television & radio, Norway, The news on TV


John Oliver rips into US clean-energy loans: ‘This business model is fundamentally flawed’

The Last Week Tonight host digs into a government program whose lack of oversight has left many risking their homesJohn Oliver turned his attention this week to a public lending program called Pace, whose state-supported clean energy loans have stranded many vulnerable homeowners in overwhelming debt or at risk of losing their homes. The program, which stands for Property Assessed Clean Energy, “is a cautionary tale about how good intentions when not paired with careful, smart design, can end in...
Tags: Comedy, Television, John Oliver, US, US news, Culture, Television & radio, Oliver, Property Assessed Clean Energy, TV Comedy, Late-night TV roundup


Stanley Tucci: the flirty hero of foodie TV you need in your life

The actor charms the pants off everyone he meets in his new culinary travelogue that will whet your appetite for a trip abroad when it’s finally allowedYou may not realise this at the moment, but your heart has been crying out for a series like Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy. If you saw last night’s first episode, tucked away on CNN International, you will already be aware of this. If you didn’t, stop what you’re doing and seek it out. It’s less a TV show and more an hour of full-body relaxa...
Tags: Television, Culture, Television & radio, Food TV, Italy, Food And Drink, Google Maps, Stanley Tucci, Italy Holidays, Tucci