I forgot how hilarious Tom Hardy was in the first Venom, delivering a batshit insane performance right out of an 80s-style buddy comedy. With Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Hardy is back as Eddie Brock, who is of course also the alien symbiote known as Venom. Woody Harrelson, who popped up as Cletus Kasady in the
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Butterfield has learned a lot from the show—just don’t ask him for sex ed advice. By Willa Bennett September 21, 2021 Courtesy of Joseph Sinclair Asa Butterfield says Netflix’s Sex Education taught him about the complexity of masculinity, too. The show, whose third season just dropped, has become known for provoking conversations around male friendship,
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The Goon Sax have shared a new song called ‘Temples’, their first since releasing their third album Mirror II earlier this year. The track, which features James Harrison on lead vocals, comes with an accompanying video directed by James Caswell. Check it out below. Harrison said in a statement about ‘Temples’: Temples is an offering
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Mickey Guyton and Darius Rucker are among the all-star list of artists who contributed to Metallica’s recently released The Metallica Blacklist, an expansive project celebrating the metal band’s influence. Both country artists offered covers of “Nothing Else Matters,” each putting their own spin on the song. Guyton’s “Nothing Else Matters” beautifully showcases the lower register of her voice
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Netflix, the giant of streaming services, has unveiled the official trailer for Luna Park. The series begins with the discovery of the bond between two lost sisters separated at birth. Following a succession of intrigues and mysteries, the two protagonists will attempt to shed light on why, still in their infancy, they were separated and
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September 20, 2021 FEATURED, Movies Trailer: Beanie Feldstein and Steven Yeun Try To Survive In The New Horror ‘The Humans’ The official synopsis for “The Humans” from A24 was released and reads: “Erik Blake has gathered three generations of his Pennsylvania family to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter’s apartment in lower Manhattan. As darkness falls
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife will begin haunting theaters on November 19, 2021, and the first wave of rave reviews from movie critics suggest we’re all in for a treat later this year. Critic Scott Menzel tweeted, “Ghostbusters: Afterlife is the Ghostbusters sequel that I’ve been waiting all my life to see. It is nostalgia done right. A perfect blend of classic Ghostbusters
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In spite of the genre’s growth over the past decade, many people have a tough time describing what Americana music actually is. Most can agree on one thing, however: The genre prizes eclecticism. Still, throughout the 2010s, some critiqued Americana music’s elevation of straight white men with acoustic guitars. For example, in 2018, after winning
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Warner Bros’ Clint Eastwood western movie Cry Macho wasn’t tough at the box office this weekend, opening to $4.4M at 3,967 theaters in 3rd place, nor did the pic have any grit in homes on HBO Max pulling in only 693k households stateside over the weekend according to Samba TV. In a year of day-and-date theatrical-streaming
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The Legend of the Marlborough Monkey, the latest documentary by researcher and filmmaker Karac St. Laurent, takes a fresh look at an older and often overlooked series of cryptid sightings out of New Hampshire. Most people don’t think of the northeastern United States when they think of Bigfoot sightings, but St. Laurent has put together
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Bloody Disgusting has the exclusive first look at the teaser trailer for A Savannah Haunting, which carries some heavy Annabelle vibes. Established actor William Mark McCullough (American Made, Hillbilly Elegy, Arsenal, Logan Lucky) makes his directorial debut with this new supernatural thriller feature that is based on real supernatural phenomena he and his family experienced
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Author Frances Moore Lappé reflects on the 50-year legacy of Diet for a Small Planet, which argues that plant-based eating can save us and the planet. By Gabriella Paiella September 20, 2021 Illustration by Simon Abranowicz In 1971 Berkeley, California, a 26-year-old new mother and researcher named Frances Moore Lappé was preoccupied with the idea of ending
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Barely three days after Dave Brown toasted the 15th anniversary of his Nashville rock venue the Basement with a celebratory concert on February 29th, 2020, the club owner was awoken by a phone call that tragedy had struck at the Basement East, his other venue, across the Cumberland River. A tornado had touched down in
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Anthony Johnson — best known for his roles in “House Party” and “Friday” — has died … TMZ has learned. Johnson’s nephew tells us … A.J. was found lifeless in a store earlier this month in Los Angeles and rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. So far, no cause of death has
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