Our weekly news column comes to you with five new books you may or may not be willing to kill for. We’ve got four new novels including two with a bit of a Christmas theme, one involving rivals in the crime reporting profession, and an indie spy novel set in Taiwan and China. Plus, a
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Editor’s note: Deadline presents the 42nd episode of its video series Take Two, in which Pete Hammond and Todd McCarthy tackle the artistry of films just opening in theaters every weekend. Each has reviewed and written about the craft for decades and built a remarkable breadth of knowledge of films past and present. What we hoped for
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SCREAMBOX has revealed the new films that will be joining the horror streaming service this December, including exclusive titles History of the Occult and The Anchor, and cult favorites like Tobe Hooper’s Night Terrors, American Mary, and the shocker Housebound. Letterboxd’s highest-rated horror movie of 2021, History of the Occult, streams exclusively on SCREAMBOX on
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Courtesy + Design Leah Romero If there’s one trend that reigned supreme in 2022, it might be the Y2K renaissance. The early aughts are certainly back, and there’s no shortage of proof. Britney Spears is on the radio again, George Lopez has returned to television, and Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez actually tied the knot
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Documentary filmmaker and historian Ken Burns believes that photographs are portals “not just to a different time and space but also to dimensions and possibilities within myself.” Through photographs and illustrations, these books are guaranteed to transport you. ★ Apollo Remastered Apollo Remastered: The Ultimate Photographic Record is a weighty, large-format coffee table book that
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Artwork by Hiroshi Nagai News Light in the Attic Announces New City Pop Compilation Pacific Breeze 3: Japanese City Pop, AOR & Boogie 1975-1987 includes songs from Miharu Koshi, Chiemi Manabe, Parachute, and more By Rob Arcand December 1, 2022 Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Light in the Attic Records has announced the third volume in
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Brittany & Patrick Mahomes Welcome Baby No. 2 The reasoning behind the nickname Bronze is pure gold. NFL quarterback Patrick Mahomes shared how his and wife Brittany Mahomes‘ newborn son, Patrick Lavon Mahomes III, was given the nickname Bronze. And it’s all thanks to Patrick’s little brother Jackson Mahomes. “My brother Jackson, whenever we were trying
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Clarence Gilyard, the actor who played the wisecracking computer hacker in the film, “Die Hard,” has died. Gilyard passed away after a long battle with an unspecified illness, according to media reports. His death was announced Monday by the University of Las Vegas, Nevada, where he had worked since 2006 as a Fine Arts professor.
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Before Disney’s 20th Century Studios’ Avatar: The Way of Water floods the box office with a potential $200M opening on Dec.16, Universal might have a surprise this weekend in the 87North holiday action movie Violent Night, starring David Harbour. Universal is hoping for $10M, maybe $12M on the Tommy Wirkola-directed movie for a second place
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In The Gentleman’s Book of Vices, Jess Everlee’s soul-stirring debut, a fan obsessed with an illicit book finds true love with his favorite author. Handsome Charlie Price is a respectable accountant by day and a “finely dressed and finely drunk” rake by night. When his exploits land him under a mountain of crushing debt, he
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