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Rialto Pictures is bringing Francis Ford Coppola’s Palme d’Or winning 1974 movie The Conversation back to theaters, starting March 20 at New York’s Film Forum and Landmark’s Nuart Theatre in L.A., with newly struck 35mm prints personally supervised by the six-time Oscar winning filmmaker. The platform release will offer theaters an alternate DCP restoration remixed
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The Valiant Comics Cinematic Universe comes to life with the Vin Diesel-starring Bloodshot next month, and the film’s official IMAX exclusive poster art has arrived this week. Advance tickets will be available in one week, IMAX notes over on Twitter. In the film, directed by Dave Wilson… “Based on the bestselling comic book, Vin Diesel stars
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Sponsored by Book Marks: A Reading Tracker. These deals were active as of this writing, but may expire soon, so get them while they’re hot! Today’s Featured Deals Sphere by Michael Crichton for $2.99. Get it here, or just click on the cover image below. World of Our Fathers by Irving Howe for $1.99. Get it here, or just click on
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Rush Limbaugh shakes hands with US President Donald Trump during a Turning Point USA event in December 2019. (NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images) Rush Limbaugh has said that Donald Trump personally called him to tell him not to apologise for anti-gay remarks about Pete Buttigieg. The right-wing radio host, a close associate of Trump, has
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Breaking News Atlanta Braves outfielder Nick Markakis just went SCORCHED EARTH on the Houston Astros — saying he feels the cheating players “needs a beating” for tarnishing the sport he loves. “It’s damaging to baseball,” Markakis told WSB’s Zach Klein … “I feel like every single guy over there needs a beating.” Braves outfielder Nick
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Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A lonely little boy seeks out Satan from a video game and unwittingly becomes a serial killer’s helper on Halloween night. REVIEW: (This contains spoilers) Director Jeff Lieberman has produced horror comedy that many say lies just outside the norm. For that reason, he has my respect. He’s shared in interviews
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Written by Elly Griffiths — The best crime book series – for example, the likes of Bosch and Rebus – keep the readers coming back by always surprising us. Yes, we know the central characters well, but just leaving them plodding along the same old furrow is dull, predictable, and ultimately, a turn off. So
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Health secretary Matt Hancock announced tougher measures to clamp down on violence towards healthcare providers. (Peter Summers/Getty Images) Homophobic, racist and sexist patients could be barred from receiving non-critical treatment under new guidelines for the British National British Health Service (NHS). Current measures cover physically violent or aggressive patients, in which NHS trust staff can
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The Catholic Church has explained its position on trans rights – and it’s singing from a very old, very homophobic hymn book. (Michael Campanella/Getty Images) The Catholic Church has vowed to defeat gender recognition reform in Scotland to reassert the “natural instinct” of marriage between one man and one woman. The church restated its long-standing
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If you’re like us, you tend to plan your weekends around new episodes of Saturday Night Live. There’s nothing quite like watching those sketch comedy segments live on Saturday nights to cap off each long — and, lately, chaotic — week of current events. Sure, DVR-ing those episodes works as well, but then you miss
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The Strokes are back with another new track, “Bad Decisions.” They previously performed the song at a Bernie Sanders rally in New Hampshire. Watch the band’s new “Bad Decisions” music video below. The Strokes’ Rick Rubin-produced album The New Abnormal is out April 10. They shared the lead single “At the Door” last week. The
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Fight the living. Survive the dead. Set during the medieval Joseon period, Netflix‘s Korean zombie series “Kingdom” is returning for its second season on March 13th, and the official teaser has been unleashed. Directed by Kim Seong-hun, the series (Netflix’s second Korean original series) is set in Korea’s medieval Joseon period, and it tells the story of a crown prince who
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Sponsored by 2020 Newbery Honor recipient Scary Stories for Young Foxes by Christian McKay Heidicker with Macmillan Children’s. These deals were active as of this writing, but may expire soon, so get them while they’re hot! Today’s Featured Deals Dreyer’s English by Benjamin Dreyer for $1.99. Get it here, or just click on the cover image below. Black
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The indie distributor Neon is becoming the cool, popular kid in Hollywood and on the box office playground since they dominated the Oscars with the multiple Parasite wins. This weekend, the distributor, founded by Tim League and Tom Quinn, saw the return of Portrait of a Lady on Fire in theaters, while Parasite took a victory lap after winning
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A viral conspiracy theory suggesting that Pete Buttigieg staff are running a Twitter account purporting to be a man from Nigeria has, unsurprisingly, been debunked. Tweets went viral accusing the Buttigieg campaign of faking the @easychinedu Twitter account, which purported to be a “Pete Buttigieg supporter from Nigeria” and largely sent supportive messages about the
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