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Warning: Spoilers ahead for King in Black: Gwenom vs. Carnage #1-3! Marvel’s newest version of Spider-Man’s red-clad symbiote baddie, Carnage, has become arguably the greatest rendition of the character yet. Cletus Kasady, the original Carnage, explored the ramifications of what happens when a sociopathic mind bonds with a symbiote. But while that take on the
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Hollywood sex symbol Mamie Van Doren was in her ’20s when she became a household name — with her platinum blonde hairdo and provocative figure — MVD could be spotted on a long list of classic films in the ’50s and ’60s … most notably her roles as Peggy DeFore in “Teacher’s Pet,” Jackie Adams
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EXCLUSIVE: Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, the movie which reopened movie theaters during the pandemic in late August, will finally see the light of day in New York City as that market allows cinemas to come back. This Friday, Tenet will play in AMC Lincoln Square, AMC Empire, AMC Kips Bay, Village East by Angelika (70mm) and Showcase Cinemas Jamaica.
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More than twenty years after Halo broke video game boundaries, the acclaimed franchise is finally getting its own television adaptation on ViacomCBS’ upcoming Paramount+ streaming service. The show will surely be an anticipated addition to an increasingly stacked slate of announced content on the service, which is technically a rebranding of CBS All Access meant to expand ViacomCBS’ distribution of
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To be a game master in tabletop RPGs like Dungeons & Dragons or Apocalypse World is both a privilege and a burden, creating marvelous worlds and stories but also being saddled with the responsibilities of book-keeping and arbitration. The following no-GM RPGs have special gameplay modes that let players collaborate to create a game setting, interact
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Sony Pictures Classics is set to release awards contender The Father in select New York and Los Angeles theaters today before expanding nationwide March 12 before landing on PVOD on March 26. That’s quite a theater-to-digital journey for the Florian Zeller-directed drama starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman. The film, which premiered at Sundance in 2020,
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CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. By now, the world is used to seeing Tom Holland’s portrayal of the “Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (and the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters), but we are all
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Paramount Pictures CEO Jim Gianopulos gets it; just like Disney CEO Bob Chapek gets it: You can’t have a successful streaming service without big theatrical event films. The two go hand-in-hand, so don’t try and muddy the waters. Big screen drives big franchises, which in turn drives streaming features and spinoff series. Exclaimed Gianopulos at
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3. Stone Crandall (Vacation) At risk of continuing a running trend of mentioning bland, uninspired disappointments (in my opinion, that is), I bring up this 2015 soft reboot of the comedy franchise once led by Chevy Chase, in which Ed Helms takes over as a grown-up Rusty Griswold. Rusty, his wife, Debbie (Christina Applegate), and
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Big Brother Brazil 21 contestant Karol Conka has been evicted from the show with 99.17% of the public vote on an eviction block that accumulated over 280 million votes, breaking an all-time rejection record for the Brazilian edition of the series. This has been a very heated season of Globo’s long-running Big Brother Brazil series. Following season 20’s successful casting
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