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The comedian, who passed away Tuesday, was one of the great smartasses of our time. By Jason Diamond September 15, 2021 NBC When someone describes a comedian by saying, “They’re not for everyone,” they might mean a handful of things. That a given comedian might work so blue that Jesus would have a hard time
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Canadian singer Alanis Morissette has slammed Jagged, the HBO documentary about her life and career currently playing at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, calling it “salacious” and “simply not true.” The Ottawa-born musician, 47, released a statement Tuesday, outlining her thoughts on the movie and stating the network lulled her into believing the final
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Anyway, so who’s joining Pierce Brosnan’s Doctor Fate in Black Adam? That will be Aldis Hodge’s Hawkman, Quintessa Swindell’s Cyclone and Noah Centineo’s Atom Smasher. Hawkman and Doctor Fate were two of the JSA’s founding members in the comics, while Cyclone and Atom Smasher are among the “newer” heroes who’ve been added to the lineup
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Genre film magazine and Full Moon Features launch new microbudget production wing with surreal horror drama Full Moon Features continues its prolific 2021 production schedule with the release of the surreal, microbudget horror drama IT KNOWS YOU’RE ALONE, the first picture from Full Moon’s newly minted sub-label, DELIRIUM Films. Written, directed and scored by DELIRIUM
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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was in Berlin this morning to open the streamer’s new DACH Headquarters (Germany, Austria and Switzerland). Greeting a room of executives and content creators – including Jantje Friese (Dark, 1899), Anna Winger (Unorthodox), who just signed an overall deal with Netflix, Matthias Schweighöfer (Army of Thieves), Christian Schwochow (Munich – The
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The 2021 Booker Prize Shortlist has been announced! Chosen from 158 novels, this year’s shortlist is comprised of 6 novels that span the globe, from South Africa to Sri Lanka to Cardiff and the United States. While novels by notable authors Kazuo Ishiguro and Rachel Cusk did not make this year’s shortlist, this year does marks Damon Galgut’s third
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A look back at what Lewinsky, Clinton, and the Starr report said about the meetings depicted in the second episode of Impeachment, “The President Kissed Me.” By Julie Miller September 14, 2021 In normal circumstances, a White House intern wouldn’t interact with the President of the United States. But in 1995, during a government shutdown
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David Bruckner (The Night House), who helmed Netflix’s The Ritual as well as sections of Bloody Disgusting’s horror anthologies V/H/S and Southbound, is directing the relaunch of the Hellraiser franchise for Spyglass Media, set to be a Hulu feature film written by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski (SiREN, Super Dark Times, The Night House). Bruckner’s Hellraiser is filming as you read this, with Odessa A’zion starring in one
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There’s not much better than a good old fashioned chocolate advent calendar to set the tone for Christmas. Sure, we’re all beauty mavens who credit Christmas as the most wonderful time of the year due to the endless Christmas beauty gift sets, beauty Christmas crackers, and all of the beauty advent calendars. Think: the LookFantastic
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Catherine Wimpeney’s debut thriller draws on her experiences and insights as a psychotherapist to create a nuanced portrait of a woman with profound and initially unappreciated mental health challenges. Kay is a senior investigating officer in the Manchester police who is a bit uneasy with her partner, DI Matt Anderson, whom she believes is too
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