Sunday October 14th, 2018: Cartoon #1510

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Saturday October 13th, 2018: Cartoon #8128

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‘Iron Fist’ Canceled at Netflix, But the Marvel Series May Not Be Dead

Despite reviews praising the recently released second season of Marvel’s Iron Fist series as a vast improvement over the mostly panned first season, Netflix won’t be bringing back the mystical warrior for a third season. Netflix and Marvel Television made a joint announcement about Iron Fist canceled after only two seasons, but they also teased that fans haven’t seen the last of Finn Jones as Danny Rand. Deadline has the official statement from Netflix and Marvel where the two companies said:...
Tags: Television, Movies, Marvel, Disney, Davos, Netflix, Luke Cage, Marvel Television, Iron Fist, Danny, Danny Rand, Comic Book/Superhero, Mike Colter, Finn Jones, Netfix, Colleen Wing Jessica Henwick

Iron Fist Star Finn Jones Reacts To the Cancellation of the Series

Iron Fist Star Finn Jones Reacts To the Cancellation of the Series Last night, Netfix made the surprise announcement that Marvel’s Iron Fist had been canceled after two seasons. It was an abrupt end for the series, which had a critical turnaround in its recently concluded second season. Finn Jones portrayed the title character of Iron Fist in his own series and in The Defenders crossover event. Shortly after the news broke, Jones posted a response on his Instagram account in which he expresse...
Tags: Comics, TV, Movies, Instagram, Marvel, Disney, Netflix, Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Danny Rand, Finn Jones, Netfix, Marvel s Iron Fist

‘First Man’ Can’t Blast Past ‘Venom’ and ‘A Star Is Born’ at the Box Office

Even though First Man might be a key contender during awards season, when it comes to the box office, well, we just had a glitch for this mission. First Man, the story of astronaut Neil Armstrong as he works towards the chance to land on the moon, couldn’t drum up enough interest to surpass last week’s holdovers of Venom and A Star Is Born, both taking the #1 and #2 spots at the box office again. Get the full rundown on the First Man box office performance below. The Hollywood Reporter has Fi...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Box Office, Ryan Gosling, Neil Armstrong, Damien Chazelle, La La Land, Venom, A Star is Born, First Man, Bad Times at the El Royale, Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween, First Man Goosebumps

Michael Myers Attacks in New Clip From Halloween

  BEGIN SLIDESHOW Michael Myers attacks in new clip from Halloween The marketing for Halloween is in full swing! Universal recently released a look at John Carpenter’s updated score, and now delivers an official clip from the film, via Bloody Disgusting. Obviously, this is spoiler-ish territory, but the new footage features the bathroom attack sequence teased prominently in the trailers. Check it out in the player below! Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who co...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Green, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum, John Carpenter, Curtis, Carpenter, David Gordon Green, Judy Greer, Allyson, Michael Myers, Movie News, Danny McBride, Todd McFarlane, Laurie Strode

The Art Of Solo – A Star Wars Story Book Review

I quite enjoyed Solo – A Star Wars Story; I looked past the comparisons of Alden Ehrenreich / Harrison Ford’s portrayal of the titular character and instead immersed myself in the absolutely stunning visual universe that the concept art team and ILM artists created. All these are marvelously distilled and collected in this art book, written by Lucasfilm creative art manager Phil Szostak. The book has everything you would look for – production paintings, concept art and sketches, storyboards, ...
Tags: Anime, Lucasfilm, Ilm, Amazon UK, Amazon Japan, Iain McCaig, Phil Szostak, Alden Ehrenreich Harrison Ford, Ian McQue Solo

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Matt Parker from ZingFix

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Matt Parker from ZingFix. Without further ado… What do you do? I’m the Co-Founder of ZingFix… not the one with the ideas but the one who loves to make them happen. We sell time, basically, so I create systems that leverage real estate-insider acumen to give our customers what I call life space: empty space in their existence to do radical stuff with, instead of project managing their homes.  Then, I hunt for people like m...
Tags: Interviews, Home Improvement, Radio, God, Matt, Matt Parker, My Co, Zingfix, Mick Purdy

Lambiek and Henk - Comic Shopping in Amsterdam

by RM Rhodes One of my favorite things to do when I travel to other countries is to visit their comic book stores. My French is good enough that I prefer to visit shops that sell French comics, which is the predominant publishing language of most of northern Europe. When I was in Amsterdam, my VRBO was almost directly across the street from Lambiek, which is one of the best and oldest comic shops in the city.  This proved to be unfortunate for my wallet. The famous Lambiek sign. O...
Tags: Europe, Comics, Heavy Metal, America, Amsterdam, New Orleans, Dc, Chinatown, Robert, Mike, Wasco, Arlington, Boris, Red light District, Nieumarkt, Will Eisner

Kehlani: I’m Pregnant & I’m Having a Girl! Also, Check Out My Baby Bump!

Kehlani has big news to share!The singer took to social media Friday (Oct. 12) to announce some exciting news: she’s four months pregnant with a baby girl.Kehlani opened up in a heartfelt post on Instagram about always wanting to have a family of her own, and how she has an “amazing partner” whom she trusts with her body and her life. She also talked about how hard it’s been keeping her new journey a secret and how she’s happy to now be able to document it and “feel the freedom any pregnant pers...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, Pop Culture, Jazz, Kehlani, Celebrity Pregnancies

TV picks for Sunday: They’re sisters, they’re witches, they’re ‘Charmed’

Plus: season premiere of “Supergirl” and Alec Baldwin hosts his own talk show.
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Robert Pattinson & Juliette Binoche Head Into Space In First Trailer For Claire Denis' HIGH LIFE

First look at the sci-fi drama. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Video, Movies, Robert Pattinson, Juliette Binoche, Claire Denis, New Releases, TheMovieWaffler.com

Jon Favreau Shows Off New The Mandalorian Set Photo

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Jon Favreau shows off new The Mandalorian set photo A new photo from the set of The Mandalorian was posted by series showrunner Jon Favreau on his Instagram account, but the folks over at Making Star Wars have delved deeper into the story to analyze the weapon in said photo. According to the site, the gun just might be the same one used by Boba Fett in the much maligned Star Wars Holiday Special. Fans will recall that the special featured an animated segment of Boba Fett i...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Jon Favreau, Boba Fett, New Republic, Favreau, Jango, ComingSoon, Dave Filoni, Making Star Wars, Taika Waititi Thor, Jon Favreau Dave Filoni Kathleen Kennedy, Colin Wilson Karen Gilchrist

Details Revealed for Crimes of Grindelwald Soundtrack, Two Tracks Released Early

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Details revealed for Crimes of Grindelwald soundtrack, two tracks released early One of the best aspects of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was its lush, majestic score composed by James Newton Howard. Luckily, the famed composer has returned for the sequel Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and WaterTower Music is going all out for the soundtrack — and even released a couple of tracks early for streaming and purchase. RELATED: New Fantastic Beasts: The ...
Tags: Music, Maleficent, Movies, Soundtrack, Eddie Redmayne, Harry Potter, Cd, Johnny Depp, Jude Law, James Newton Howard, Watertower Music, Ezra Miller, United States of America, Howard, J K Rowling, Newt Scamander

More Photos of New Spider-Man Suit from Far From Home!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW More photos of new Spider-Man suit from Far From Home! Photos continue to pour in from the set of Spider-Man: Far From Home offering an even closer look at the webhead’s new suit for the sequel. Check them out in our gallery below! RELATED: Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders Join Spider-Man: Far From Home Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige previously confirmed the 2019 sequel will take Peter Parker out of New York for a European adventure in London that will reflect th...
Tags: New York, London, Movies, Jake Gyllenhaal, Holland, Avengers, Michael Keaton, Samuel L Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Zendaya, Samuel, Marisa Tomei, Dimitri, Kevin Feige, Tom Holland, Peter Parker

Thompson and Hemsworth Wander the Desert in New MIB Set Photo

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth wander the desert in new MIB set photo Men in Black star Tessa Thompson has revealed another official look at the film via her Instagram page, which sees her and her co-star, Chris Hemsworth, traversing a desert with … umbrellas. Check out the official post below! Joining the Thor Ragnarok co-stars is a large ensemble that features Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible Fallout), Emma Thompson (Sense and Sensibility, Howards End), Liam Nee...
Tags: London, Movies, Tommy Lee Jones, Liam Neeson, Rafe Spall, Will Smith, Chris Hemsworth, Emma Thompson, Thor, Rebecca Ferguson, Jonah Hill, Steven Spielberg, Tessa Thompson, Men In Black, Thompson, Gary Gray

Podcast: Special guests Glen Hunt and Jamie Theakston

Roy Martin and Stuart Clarkson discuss the big industry stories this week and they’re joined by North West radio presenter Glen Hunt for a game of Stu v Roy. Stuart also chats to Jamie Theakston about his fundraising walk from Cardiff to London in aid of Global’s Make Some Noise – plus his thoughts on Zoe Ball taking over the Radio 2 breakfast show. James Cridland looks at the choice for listeners created by new technology, and David Lloyd has more RadioMoments from this week in radio histor...
Tags: London, Global, Radio, Cardiff, David Lloyd, Jamie Theakston, Stu, Zoe Ball, Roy Martin, James Cridland, RadioToday Programme, RTP, Stuart Clarkson, Broadcast Bionics, Glen Hunt, North West radio

6WH: Week 4 - Corman, Poe, Price, and Arrow!

The Six Weeks of Halloween reaches week 4, where we will watch 4 movies that serve 4 different themes. After weeks focusing on releases from The Criterion Collection and Scream Factory, the original impetus for this week was to highlight yet another purveyor of high quality physical media, Arrow Films. A British company established in 1991, they are an independent distributor of world cinema, arthouse, horror, and classic films. They didn't make much of a splash, however, until 2012, when they ...
Tags: UK, Movies, Edgar Allan Poe, Vincent Price, US, Criterion, Roger Corman, Poe, Philip, Edgar Allen Poe, Blu Ray, Lovecraft, Madeline, AIP, Barbara Steele, Joe Dante

Insecure Season 3 Recap

Insecure Season 3 Recap Season 3 of HBO’s Insecure has come to an end. With Lawrence’s absence for most of the season, the stories of the season focused on Issa and Molly’s professional and personal development. To close out the season, we recap the changes Issa and Molly went through in these aspects. Issa and Her Hustle At the beginning of the season, Issa was out of fieldwork in her job at We Got Y’all. She tried to transform the problematic aspects of the job, but once she had, she re...
Tags: Lyft, Hbo, TV, Movies, Molly, La, Recap, Insecure, TV Recap, Inglewood, Daniel, Lawrence, Andrew, Nathan, Issa, ComingSoon

It Comes at Night

This was incredibly creepy, and I think it’s an interesting choice to never really explain the setting (i.e. the reason people are getting sick, and that they are in full survival mode). The cast is really good, and keeping everything so self-contained (it pretty much all takes place in and around a house in the middle of the woods) really helps keep things tense and claustrophobic. Very much recommended.
Tags: Travel, Movies, Debaser, It Comes at Night, October 2018

Russo Brothers Wrap on Avengers 4 Reshoots

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Russo Brothers wrap Avengers 4 reshoots That’s a wrap! A mere week after Chris Evans posted a heartfelt message bidding adieu to Captain America, the Russo Brothers have officially announced the end of the recent round of reshoots on Marvel’s highly anticipated Avengers 4. The directing duo also posted a mysterious new photo to go along with the announcement, which you can see (and try to decipher) in the official tweet below! Avengers 4 reshoots started this last month to...
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Official Trailer for Sony’s A Dog’s Way Home Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Official trailer for Sony’s A Dog’s Way Home released Meet the adorable dog Bella with the newly released official trailer for Sony Pictures‘ A Dog’s Way Home, based on New York Times best-selling author W. Bruce Cameron’s novel of the same name. The film is scheduled to premiere early next year on January 11, 2019. Check out the trailer below! A Dog’s Way Home chronicles the heartwarming adventure of Bella, a dog who embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home after she is s...
Tags: Movies, New York Times, Cameron, Sony, Va, Alexandra Shipp, Derrick Williams, Lucas, Bella, Gavin Polone, Gad, Jakes, Quaid, Edward James Olmos, KJ Apa, Wes Studi

How to Get Fortnite on Any Android Phone Now

When Epic Games initially released Fortnite for Android earlier this year it made it exclusively available on Samsung devices. If you’re rocking a Galaxy S9 or Note 9, then that was great news. If you had any other Android phone on the planet, it was kind of a bummer.Read more...
Tags: Android, Games, Samsung, App, Lifehacks, Fortnite

The Week In Trailers - R-Patz Sematary

Roundup of the new movie trailers we brought you this week. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Video, Movies, World cinema, New Releases, TheMovieWaffler.com, Horrorthon

London Film Festival 2018 Review - BEAUTIFUL BOY

Chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival, relapse and recovery in a family coping with addiction over many years. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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Seth Meyers Returns to ‘Saturday Night Live’ and Gets Back into His Old Groove

Seth Meyers has been hosting Late Night over at NBC for years now, but this weekend was the first time he returned to his old stomping grounds at Saturday Night Live as host. So how did the late night sketch show fare with one of their own as host? Well, it played out in very much the same way an episode would when Seth Meyers was a cast member and head writer. There wasn’t much memorable for Seth Meyers to do (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing), but the rest of the cast really shined instead...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Bill Cosby, Snl, Seth Meyers, Kenan Thompson, Saturday-Night-Live, TV Reviews

Star Wars Bits: Warwick Davis Returns, Resistance Hits Our Screens, and Photos From The Episode IX Set Hit The Web

This time on Star Wars Bits: Warwick Davis shares his Expanded Universe dreams Star Wars Resistance’s Christopher Sean talks representation The first (alleged) photos from the set of Episode IX leak You can take home Luke Skywalker on Crait and much, much more… Star Wars Resistance has hit our screens and it’s an utterly lovely escape. The beautiful and brilliant show premiered on Disney Channel and showcased a diverse cast of characters and a gorgeous ocean planet setting. Star Wars dot com...
Tags: New York, London, Movies, Sci-fi, Sideshow Collectibles, Sequels, Darth Vader, Resistance, Disneyland, David Goyer, Disney Channel, Luke Skywalker, Lando, Film School, Anaheim, Luke

Vintage ‘The Mummy’ Poster Could Become the Most Valuable Movie Poster in the World

The Mummy and Dracula have been waging a decades-long battle, but not in Universal’s Dark Universe. The two classic monster films have been hashing it out over the title for most expensive movie poster in the world, and The Mummy may be coming back from the dead to reclaim that title. The rare 1932 lithographic poster for the 1932 classic Boris Karloff film The Mummy once held the record for the most expensive poster in the world after it sold at a Sotheby’s auction New York in 1997 for $453...
Tags: New York, London, Movies, World, Metallica, Poster, Tom Cruise, Dracula, Sotheby, Boris Karloff, Business and Industry News, Kirk Hammet, The Mummy, Karl Freund, Zita Johann, Karoly Grosz


Continuing with the October horrorfest, I next watched Malevolent, a recently added Netflix Original. This was pretty enjoyable, starting with a setting I liked — Glasgow in the 80s. It follows a group of fake ghost hunters who encounter — surprise, surprise — real ghosts. It gets pretty intense towards the end, much more than I was expecting, and overall I thought it was quite decent. I’m glad to say that the crop of Netflix original films are getting better and better.
Tags: Travel, Movies, Netflix, Glasgow, Debaser, October 2018, Malevolent

32 Days of Halloween XI, Day 15: My World Dies Screaming!

So it’s a night of screaming, apparently. That started with choosing the feature film and it just extended through the rest of this. So let’s get some of it out of our system. The first minute of this is the only part that’s really relevant, though, so bear that in mind. Did you hear the Wilhelm Scream? Me neither. So it sort of invalidates itself. But what can you do? One thing you can do is go to Tom Waits, with a live version of “The Earth Dies Screaming.” Because Tom Waits. So for t...
Tags: Halloween, Music, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Tom Waits, Texas Chainsaw Massacre