Twenty-four years ago, singer, songwriter, guitarist, awards show host and insurance pitchman Brad Paisley was a 26-year-old dreamer with hopes that his debut album, Who Needs Pictures (released June 1, 1999), might someday launch him into the same stratosphere as such quirky, multi-talented heroes as Roger Miller and Little Jimmy Dickens. Paisley entered country music’s family
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Blumhouse and Screen Gems are currently developing a spin-off to the successful horror film Insidious. It’s set to be called Thread: An Insidious Tale, with Mandy Moore and Kumail Nanjiani set to lead the film. ‘Thread’ will be directed and written by Jeremy Slater, with James Wan serving as a producer through his Atomic Monster banner. According to Deadline Mandy
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Seiko’s NH35A, known as the unbranded version of the Seiko caliber 4R35 movement, has become a well-used movement amongst micro brands such as Vostok, Lum-Tec, Spinnaker, and D1 Milano. Nevertheless, why is this movement so readily used in robust dive watches, vintage-inspired pieces, and numerous Seiko-enthusiast-modified pieces? Let’s dive in and find out. Origins The
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Amazon Studios has released the first trailer for Citadel: Diana, the upcoming Italian spin-off to the Richard Madden and Priyanka Chopra Jonas-led spy thriller. It is set to debut in 2024. Citadel: Diana stars Matilda De Angelis include Lorenzo Cervasio, Maurizio Lombardi, Julia Piaton, Thekla Reuten, Daniele Paoloni, Bernhard Schütz, and Filippo Nigro. Email: neill@outloudculture.com Socials: @neillfrazer
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Share Article Juan Moritz was a German engineer who lived in the 19th century. He is best known for his discovery of the Atlantean Dungeons, a series of underground chambers that he believed were built by the ancient Atlanteans. Moritz was born in Germany in 1797. He studied engineering at the University of Göttingen and
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Beach Fossils may take their time between records, but they always seem to arrive at just the right time. Out this Friday, Bunny is their first studio album since 2017’s lush, revitalizing Somersault, though in 2021 the Brooklyn band released The Other Side of Life: Piano Ballads, which saw frontman Dustin Payseur reimagining tracks from across their catalog as
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Last night at the world premiere of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse there was a huge sigh of relief from the mass of animators inside Westwood’s Regency Village Theater: the $100M budgeted sequel to the Oscar winning animated movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, was done; having completed post-production literally just ten days ago after a five-year
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Jessye DeSilva isn’t defined by your perceptions. In their new song “Dysphoria,” premiering exclusively at The Boot today (May 31), the burgeoning singer-songwriter comes to a breaking point, exhausted from maneuvering through others’ perceptions and pre-conceived notions of their own identity and experience. “Sometimes it can be hard enough to see myself as a trans
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Amazon Studios has released the trailer for I’m a Virgo, it’s latest coming-of-age comedy starring Jharrel Jerome. The series will be available for streaming on June 23 on Prime Video. ‘The series is a darkly comedic fantastical coming-of-age joyride about Cootie, a 13-foot-tall young Black man in Oakland, California. Having grown up hidden away, passing time on
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