Month: February 2021

You’ve seen lichens before, but unlike Spribille, you may have ignored them. They grow on logs, cling to bark, smother stones. At first glance, they look messy and undeserving of attention. On closer inspection, they are astonishingly beautiful. They can look like flecks of peeling paint, or coralline branches, or dustings of powder, or lettuce-like
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Refresh for latest…: Warner Bros’ hybrid live-action/animated feature Tom & Jerry began offshore rollout in mid-February, and this session became the first studio title to hit China in the wake of the Lunar New Year, as well as adding a host of other new markets. The Hanna-Barbera rascals scampered off with a further $19.4M from
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The joint efforts of Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons have not gone unnoticed. The very opposite, in fact—they’re all anyone can talk about. Since the announcement [hyperlink https://www.elle.com/fashion/a31067150/raf-simons-prada-co-creative-director/] of their co-creative director titles in February 2020, right before the COVID-19 led to global lockdowns, the runway has drastically changed. Their debut collection last September came
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Joziah Jason, a 10-year-old 5th grader, started a podcast to share his love of reading. Known as “R.E.A.D. Books with Joziah” (Read, Explore, Adore & Discuss), the Ypsilanti, Michigan, native offers book reviews and recommendations to his audience. “Reading can take you pretty much anywhere you want to go,” Joziah stated in an interview with
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Actor Nolan River has grown up watching his father behind the scenes and is finally ready to step into the spotlight. The 9-year old newcomer has been on-set his entire life, observing and learning from his dad Thomas Nicholas – whose infamous roles include the American Pie franchise, Rookie Of The Year, Red Band Society, and more. Taking after his
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Demi Lovato has released the trailer for her upcoming docuseries, Dancing With the Devil. The four-part series premieres via YouTube Originals on March 23rd. The Michael D. Ratner-directed docuseries traces the events and struggles leading up to Lovato’s near-fatal overdose in 2018, as well as the aftermath and her journey towards physical, emotional and mental health. “I
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Writers: Chris Borey (screenplay), Eddie Borey (screenplay) Starring: Frank Grillo, Mel Gibson, Naomi Watts Boss Level is a sci-fi comedy action film about a retired special forces officer who is trapped in a never-ending time loop. In Cinemas 25 February 2021, Frank Grillo plays Roy Pulver who wakes up every morning to be slaughtered by assassins in different ways. He’s either shot, blown up, beheaded, or
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The third instalment in the books written by Anna Todd, After We Fell, starring Hero Fiennes Tiffin and Josephine Langford, wrapped on production at the start of this year.Perth-born actress Josephine Langford and her British co-star return to reprise their roles as Tessa and Hardin in the racy film. Watch the trailer below; [embedded content] neillfrazer@hotmail.com
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Motherboard explores UFOs, UFO culture, and the paranormal. Symbols carry an undeniable power—whether it’s the Ankh, the crucifix, or the golden arches of McDonald’s.  For thousands of years, runes, glyphs, and icons have been used in occult rituals and spiritual practices to mess with reality. Today, drawings imbued with the desires of their creators—called sigils—are
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