Month: September 2020

The long-gestating series adaptation of Clive Barker’s horror fantasy film Nightbreed has landed Trick r Treat’s Michael Dougherty as director. Barker revealed that the filmmaker had joined the project in an interview with ComingSoon.net, and Dougherty confirmed his involvement in an email. Image via 20th Century Fox Dougherty, who also directed the Christmas horror comedy
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In 2017, we reported on filmmaker Barry Jenkins‘ (Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk) upcoming television adaptation of The Underground Railroad, based on the acclaimed novel by Colson Whitehead. The unique, engaging alternate history show is coming to Amazon with all episodes directed by Jenkins. And now, per Amazon Studios’ official Twitter, Jenkins has shared the first images
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The Masked Singer Season 4 is already introducing Group B into the fray, just one episode after unleashing the first crop of classified crooners in Group A (which now includes Sun, Giraffe, Popcorn, and Snow Owls). But just because a new group is being thrown into the mix doesn’t mean we’ve stopped ruminating over the clues for
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Orly Strout, Hightstown, NJ. Matt Gross, Brooklyn, NY. Deborah Kantro, Potomac, MD. Vivian Diller, PhD, psychologist, New York City. Jeanne Sager, Callicoon Center, NY. Darcy Nardi, Kenosha, WI. Tracie Radford, Make It Happen Hair Loss Clinic & Salon, Riverside, CA. Jen Simon, South Orange, NJ. Daphne Youree, Brooklyn, NY. Laura Timme, Port Jervis, NY. Mark
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“Tainted Love” by Soft Cell, with it’s classic “BOOM BOOM” rhythmic hook, has permeated throughout pop culture with tons of staying power. Somehow, this sadboi ode to love that is tainted has smashed around stadiums during sports games, been flipped devilishly by Rihanna, and now, in what I can only assume is its final form, is used
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Sept. 30, 2020 — President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden took the stage in Cleveland, OH, on Tuesday night in the first of three debates, talking over each other and the moderator on topics ranging from the Affordable Care Act, the coronavirus pandemic, and climate change, to racism and social unrest. The
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Back in August, InTouch claimed that summer 2019’s most smitten, make–out–everywhere couple Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes were taking “a break from each other.” Cabello and Mendes were longer quarantined together in Miami like they were in the spring—and weren’t really posting about each other on social media, either. Cabello flew back to London to
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When Kerby Jean-Raymond joined forces with Reebok in 2017, the Pyer Moss designer had one job: to create a sneaker and a few clothing items to support the shoe’s debut. That inaugural collection blossomed into an ongoing partnership between the two brands that spawned several collections and sneakers. After making an indelible mark on the
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