Tag: COVID

Lil’ Krystalll – +44 Lyrics

[Текст песни «+44»] [Интро] — Почему-то в среду вечером все спят — Угу-угу, а как у тя дела? — У меня дела отлично, а ты в Лондоне? — Почему голос грустный? — Мне грустно, потому что ты не отвечаешь на мой вопрос [Припев] Сука хочет любви, отношений, таким я не верю (Вот) Парень с талантом
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Lil’ Durk – Every Freakin’ Day Lyrics

[Intro] (Tre made this beat) (Ayy, pull up Lam) (Hey Boss, Did you sample that?) [Chorus] Every freakin’ night and every freakin’ day I wanna touch your body in every freakin’ way Every freakin’ night and every freakin’ day Every freakin’ night and every freakin’ day I wanna touch your body in every freakin’ way
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Macklemore – Trump’s Over Freestyle Lyrics

Play this song [Intro] (Ha, ha, that’s enough, that’s enough, that’s enough!) Fifty grand I get this all in one take, ayy (Turn it up!) [Verse 1] Now, all you high-fiving MAGA white boys drinking White Claws Care about your taxes more than human rights, sign off You no mask-wearing, big truck-driving “Blue lives matter,”
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Bow Wow Gets Backlash For Packed Maskless Concert In Houston

Bow Wow is getting heavy backlash for performing at a packed maskless show in Houston. Bow Wow has come under heavy criticism after he performed in front of a packed audience in Houston, Texas, with very few masks in sight. His actions have been deemed selfish as the world continues to battle with the ongoing
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Ellen Page to Star as Scandal-Ridden eSports Coach in Video Game Movie ‘1UP’

October 30, 2020 SHARE TWEET Sports movies? Often very good! Video game movies? Um, bit of a spotty track record? Movies about video games? Rare, but def some gems hidden in there! Now what happens if we mix all of these genres together and add two stars of Netflix’s most recent hits? You might have
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Nick Frost on Playing a “Serial Lunatic” in ‘The Nevers,’ Joss Whedon’s Upcoming HBO Series

October 21, 2020 SHARE TWEET Are you excited for Joss Whedon to move away from MCU-founding and DCEU-recutting and head back into television? The Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly creator is bringing (eventually) The Nevers to HBO as a TV series, with a wild, time-jumping, “Victorian-era women saving the world” premise to boot. Nick Frost (Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy) is one
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Peter Sarsgaard on Veena Sud’s ‘The Lie’ and Making ‘The Batman’ with Matt Reeves

October 7, 2020 SHARE TWEET A few months ago, we reported Amazon Prime Video and Blumhouse were going to release eight genre movies that focus on diverse casts, female voices, and emerging filmmakers under the “Welcome to Blumhouse” banner. With the first of these films, Veena Sud’s The Lie, now streaming on the platform, I
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Ryan Reynolds Shares ‘Red Notice’ Set Photo as Filming Resumes with Safety Protocols

September 29, 2020 SHARE TWEET The highly anticipated Netflix movie Red Notice has resumed production, as evidenced by a striking set photo shared by co-star Ryan Reynolds. The high-profile film features the extremely good-looking trifecta of Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson, and Gal Gadot at its center as it tells the story of the world’s greatest tracker
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The Snyder Cut Planning Reshoots with Original Cast After All

September 23, 2020 SHARE TWEET The honest-to-goodness actual Snyder Cut — sorry, Zack Snyder’s Justice League — flew at all of us, fast and furious. But one sticking point stayed consistent throughout the social media movement: Snyder’s vision was ready to go before Joss Whedon came in late in the film’s production period, a snuffing out
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Rosamund Pike and J Blakeson on ‘I Care a Lot’ and Amazon’s ‘The Wheel of Time’

September 22, 2020 SHARE TWEET One of the many films to world premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival was writer-director J Blakeson’s I Care a Lot. The film follows a highly successful legal guardian (Rosamund Pike) and her partner (Eiza González) who manage a number of elderly “clients” for personal financial gain. Their racket is
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Exclusive: The Original Ending of ‘Bill and Ted Face the Music’ Revealed by Co-Writer Ed Solomon

September 16, 2020 SHARE TWEET [Editor’s Note: The following article and corresponding podcast contain spoilers for Bill and Ted Face the Music.] Bill and Ted Face the Music is undoubtedly one of the best films of the year. The sequel is somehow continually joyous and compassionate and uplifting for the entirety of its runtime, which was
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The Collider Podcast, Ep. 280 – Special Guest: ‘Bill & Ted’ Co-Writer Ed Solomon

September 16, 2020 SHARE TWEET  [Editor’s Note: This podcast contains spoilers for Bill and Ted Face the Music.] This week on The Collider Podcast we’ve got a very special guest: veteran screenwriter Ed Solomon! Solomon’s credits include the Bill & Ted trilogy, Men in Black, Now You See Me, and more. During our conversation, we discuss the development of Bill
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‘Fast & Furious 9’ to Launch Dominic Toretto Into Outer Space, Defying All Laws of Physics

September 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET Ever since the Fast and the Furious franchise transformed from a scrappy drag racing saga to a series of set pieces that spit directly in Isaac Newton’s nerd-ass face, it was pretty much a given we’d eventually head to outer space. We’re basically living through a second Space Race between
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Exclusive: Bill Skarsgård Drops Out of Robert Eggers’ Viking Epic ‘The Northman’

September 4, 2020 SHARE TWEET – Hot off the surprise hit of his sea-mad mind-trip The Lighthouse, director Robert Eggers next sets his sights on The Northman, a Viking-era revenge tale. Back in October of 2019, it was reported that brothers Alexander Skarsgård and Bill Skarsgård would join the cast, marking their first film together
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Here’s How They’re Making the Wild, Remotely Produced 2020 Emmy Awards

August 24, 2020 SHARE TWEET The Emmy Awards, a show that involves corralling hundreds of the most famous people in the world into one room, is a tough draw on a normal night, so you might assume that pulling it off during a remote, pandemic-mandated quarantine might be kind of a shitshow. Luckily, executive producers
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Netflix’s ‘The Society’ Season 2, ‘I Am Not Okay With This’ Season 2 Cancelled

August 21, 2020 SHARE TWEET Netflix has canceled its well-received YA dramas The Society and I Am Not Okay With This, citing production complications caused by the coronavirus pandemic. This is likely a pretty big blow to fans, as both shows ended their respective first seasons with dramatic cliffhangers that will now have to be
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Eric Kripke on ‘The Boys’ Season 3 Filming Schedule and Script Status

August 17, 2020 SHARE TWEET With Amazon’s fantastic series The Boys returning with new episodes on September 4th, I recently landed an exclusive interview with showrunner Eric Kripke to talk about the making of the series. Since we recently spoke about the making of the imminent Season 2 in an extended conversation (which you can watch here), I decided
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Theo James on the Shocking Ending of ‘Archive’ and Why ‘Sanditon’ Is Better as a Limited Series

July 27, 2020 SHARE TWEET From writer/director Gavin Rothery, the indie sci-fi drama Archive is set in 2038 and follows George Almore (Theo James), who has isolated himself while working on a true human-equivalent AI. Having built on each of his two previous robot prototypes, the risk of failure is high, as his goal is
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‘The Boys’ Renewed for Season 3 at Amazon; Season 2 Will Feature Weekly After-Show

July 23, 2020 SHARE TWEET Amazon is going all-in on The Boys, announcing the bloody great superhero series has been renewed for a season 3 ahead of its season 2 premiere on September 4. The news was announced during the show’s ComicCon@Home panel, during which showrunner Eric Kripke and the cast also announced a brand
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The Best New Movies on Amazon in July 2020

July 18, 2020 SHARE TWEET It’s the weekend, and in the COVID era, that means it’s time for soft pants and binge-watching. Heck, even if you’re reading this during the week, same vibe. But if you spend enough time looking for good movies to watch, you might start to realize a lot of the same
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Peter Sarsgaard on ‘Mr. Jones,’ ‘The Batman,’ and His Real Life Passion for Real Life Bats

July 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET From director Agnieszka Holland and screenwriter Andrea Chalupa, the dramatic thriller Mr. Jones follows ambitious young Welsh journalist Gareth Jones (James Norton), as he travels to Moscow to uncover the truth behind the propaganda that Hitler and Stalin are pushing on the eve of World War II. Willing to go
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The Opening of Super Nintendo World Delayed Indefinitely

June 29, 2020 SHARE TWEET The world has suffered economically due to COVID-19, but Japan in particular had two major events that have now been delayed due to the pandemic. The first was the summer Olympics, which have been pushed back to summer 2021, and the second is the opening of the Universal Studios Japan
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‘Wynonna Earp’ Season 4 Trailer Reveals Return Date for Syfy’s Wildest Series

June 26, 2020 SHARE TWEET Syfy released the first trailer for Wynonna Earp season 4, and it’s filled with all the demon-hunting, baddie-blasting goodness fans have been begging for (while also pretty much single-handedly saving the show with their support). The trailer also reveals the debut date: Sunday, July 26th. Saddle the heck up. Wynonna
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 4 Trailer Is Here to Be Uncomfortably Timely

June 24, 2020 SHARE TWEET Hulu has released the first trailer for The Handmaid’s Tale season 4, which continues the increasingly bleak story of June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss) in a totalitarian, theonomic near-future. In addition to leading the charge with her powerhouse performance, Moss will also make her directorial debut. Although there’s plenty of new
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In Wake of Oscar Delay, the BAFTAs Move 2021 Awards to April

June 15, 2020 SHARE TWEET It’s going to be weird to celebrate the films of 2020, given the fact that the whole entire world was, I dunno, not allowed to visit a movie theater for months at a time to try and keep a catastrophic global pandemic at bay. But now, as movie theaters slowly
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