FYI THE DAREDEVIL SHOW ON NETFLIX IS SURPRISINGLY GREAT. ALSO THE DUDE FROM LAW AND ORDER NOT SVU THE CRIMINAL MINDS ONE JAMES NOT GANDOLFINI THE OTHER ONE HE IS THE KINGPIN. the show is much darker and well done than i ever imagined
It’s a good day for Daredevil fans, as Marvel’s anticipated series about the superhero without fear finally comes to Netflix. But what’s good for fans is likely bad for Daredevil, because his career has been one insane bummer after another. See for yourself!
oh my stars and garters i love em
Matt W. Moore, graphic artist extraordinaire, has taken his signature bold, geometric know-how and applied it to a colorful series of afghans. Now on his third collection, the first one with colors, the 2015 Spectrum Series Jacquard Afghans bring everything you know and love of Moore’s aesthetic to something you can wrap up in and get cozy with. Also, if you have a neutral-colored sofa, just picture one of these laying over the back of it! We love seeing Moore’s designs now being offered through a series of functional design objects he hows on his Core Deco site. All items are manufactured in the USA.
UFO illustration by Charles Burns.
Honestly, I’ve been staring at these stories for a while now — trying to figure out if this isn’t some elaborate April Fool’s Day joke. It almost sounds like it’s too good (and hilarious) to be true but EW, HollywoodReporter and Vulture are all rolling with it (or are all in on it).
The story goes: “Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig have teamed for a top secret Lifetime movie called A Deadly Adoption, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.”
Read more below…
Set for a likely early summer debut, Ferrell and Wiig star in the dramatic thriller as a successful couple who house and care for a pregnant woman (played by 90210 alum Jessica Lowndes) with the hopes of adopting her unborn child — then things quickly go awry. The movie is described as campy and fun and a contemporary wink at the genre that comes as Lifetime is poised to mark the 25th anniversary of its TV movie business.
The two-hour TV movie has already been filmed and is being executive produced by Ferrell and Adam McKay’s Gary Sanchez Productions. Ferrell, as it turns out, is a huge fan of the Lifetime movies and always has wanted to make one himself. The movie hails from Mar Vista Entertainment and National Picture Show. Rachel Lee Goldenberg (Escape From Polygamy, Love at the Christmas Table) will direct the two-hour pic that’s based on a script from The Spoils of Babylon’s Andrew Steele. It marks a reunion for Steele with Ferrell and Wiig, who both starred in the IFC miniseries.
Steele, Sharon Bordas, Fernando Szew and Jessica Elbaum will also executive produce.
For its part, Lifetime kicked off its TV movie business in July 1990 with Memories of Murder. The franchise has included With This Ring, Whitney Houston entry Whitney, Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B and more.
During a performance in Belfast last night, Nicki Minaj consoled a young boy named Donny after he began to cry on stage. Once the two were Cheek 2 Chest, Donny turned off the tears and turned up the smiles.
UMM HELLO there a game called katanas and trenchcoats where you basically play a highlander.
The tabletop gaming industry has a rich history of releasing joke products and silly articles for April Fools' Day, and this year is no different. Here are some of best, including Katanas & Trenchcoats, the brooding '90s throwback RPG you never knew you always wanted.
mad max looks phenomenal and well, i love all the precursor films so this could be a huge added bonus
its free, and its really good, and by free its pay what you want and well i wanted to pay nothing cause i am house poor
The man who wrote Y the Last Man. The guy who drew incredible runs on Amazing Spider-Man and Batgirl: Year One. In 2013, they launched The Private Eye, a provocative sci-fi series set in a future without the internet. It just ended a few weeks ago, and you really should read it.
i think the books are better as books personally, they are great comics. the art is beautiful. the voices arent as how i read them in my head
Black Mask Studios have made a name for themselves over the past few years for trying some interesting ideas with their comic books, but now they're branching out into video with new miniseries adaptations of some of their most popular series, to try and encourage more people to read comics.
i get that they are good for the environment and everything but i legit stocked up on the old ones cause i love them
Sergeant Paper just released this beautiful new art print by Victor Hussenot. “Entre Chien Et Loup” is an 11.5″ x 15.5″ giclee, has an edition of 30, and costs €40. Visit SergeantPaper.com.
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Sure, there's being a fan of the Marvel movies — watching them all, going to midnight screenings, buying the merch, reading the comics — and then there's decking your house out with wall-spanning prints and giant logos. That's like, Coulson-levels of fanboying right there.
her cher is so good!
On The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night, Jimmy played a completely spontaneous and totally unrehearsed game of random musical impressions with the yodeling bronzer stick in a white wig we call Xtina. Xtina’s Samantha Jones impersonation could win her the first place trophy at the Snatch Game Grand Championship, so it’s no surprise that she can spit out pretty good impersonations. Xtina did Cher, Shakira and Brit Brit last night.
Xtina’s Shakira impression didn’t cause a herd of horny goats to break through the door and hump her mouth, so she doesn’t get many points for that one. But her Cher was pretty spot-on and after she opened her mouth to impersonate fellow Mouseketeer Brit Brit Spears, Cheetos dust, gas station fumes, Frapp foam and KFed’s jizz filled my ears. And yes, since KFed’s jizz filled my ears, my head is pregnant with triplets now.
If you really want to see Jimmy Fallon’s David Bowie and Michael McDonald impersonations, watch the whole thing. But if you’re only here to see Xtina get possessed by the spirit of Our Lady of Cheetos circa 1999, skip to the 1:45 mark in the video below:
It’s perfect. If Brit Brit ever needs a ghost singer, she knows who to call.
If Xtina was doing old-school Brit Brit, then I’d easily give her 5 out of 5 Cheetos:
But if Xtina was doing new-school Brit Brit, then I can only give her half a Cheeto and that’s being generous:
Because if she wanted to do new-school Brit Brit, she’d move her mouth for a little bit before giving up halfway to eat hot wings.
And I posted one or two of these yesterday, but here’s more of Xtina at the Vanity Fair Oscar party doing an impersonation of Double Trouble from She-Ra at a quickie wedding in Reno.
Give people the tools to build whatever they want, and they'll probably create amazing technological wonders. Also, dicks.
There’s something in the water in Long Beach. The city that birthed Snoop has seen a resurgence in recent years, blessing the world with the gritty rhymes of Vince Staples, Joey Fatts and A$ton Matthews. And soon enough, Boogie’s name will be in that same conversation.
The 25-year-old single dad made his debut just over a year ago with “Bitter Raps,” a hilariously stern critique of thirstiness on Instagram and West Coast rap, before following up with his Thirst 48 mixtape (which I wrote about for OG Mattress) in the summer. His self-deprecating humor and genuine personality make Boogie instantly likable, but like early Kendrick, his music carries an overwhelming hunger for change — not only in the streets, but for his generation as a whole.
Just take a listen to Boogie’s latest offering “Further,” the first track off his upcoming project titled The Reach.
Watch “Bitter Raps” and stream Boogie’s Thirst 48 mixtape below.
Boogie slayed this freestyle on Sway In The Morning, too.
And finally, watch Boogie’s interview with Pigeons & Planes.
Storm by Olivier Coipel, 2012
that last one
this is so outlandish that i think it is true
The BBC flew a drone over the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp today to show off what it looks like and it's absolutely haunting. Over a million people died in this concentration camp from 1940 to 1945. It's been 70 years since the Soviets liberated the camp and it's still so tragic to see.
one of these days imma get me a doom tattoo
IRON MAN #150 (Sept. 1981)
Art by John Romita Jr. (pencils), Bob Layton (inks) & Bob Sharen (colors)
Words by David Michelinie