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Movies.com Movie NewsJul 18, 2018
'Overlord' Trailer Teases a World War II Zombie Movie; Here's Everything We Know So Far
  Ahead of Comic-Con, where we expected it to drop, Paramount has unveiled the first trailer for the Bad Robot production Overlord. It's the first R-rated release from J.J. Abrams' company, best known lately for surprise deliveries of Cloverfield movies, and we can easily see why that is. Already, we're getting clear glimpses of gory Nazi zombies here.    The trailer starts off like it's a normal World War II drama, albeit the kind with lots of action and explosions. But soon enough, we see the real horror of Overlord, and it's not the usual wartime terrors. The Nazis are experimenting with either prisoners or dead bodies, either way resulting in some nasty super soldiers of the supernatural kind.   Check out the trailer...
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AV Club FilmsJul 18, 2018
Make the Switch To a Projector For Just $400, Today Only
If you're ready to make the leap to a projector-based home theater, but your budget is tight, you won't find a better value than this $400 ViewSonic.


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Billboard Music NewsJul 18, 2018
Cliff Richard Wins BBC Privacy Case Over Coverage Of Police Raid
Veteran British pop star Sir Cliff Richard has won his high-profile legal fight against the BBC over its coverage of a 2014 police raid on his home....

The A.V. Club - MusicJul 18, 2018
Walmart's Choose-Your-Game Nintendo Switch Deal Is Still Available
It would have been easy to miss during the Prime Day commotion, but Walmart put up a pretty enticing Nintendo Switch deal to combat Amazon, and it's still available.

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Reuters EntertainmentJul 18, 2018
BBC to pay damages to Cliff Richard over police raid, says press freedom at risk
British singer Cliff Richard won substantial damages on Wednesday after London's High Court ruled the BBC had breached his privacy by televising a police raid on his house which he said had left him feeling violated.

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AV Club FilmsJul 18, 2018
Amber Ruffin can't force Seth Meyers to replicate Papa John's racial slur on Late Night
Late Night With Seth Meyers writer and regular onscreen delight Amber Ruffin has a few funny recurring bits where she routinely makes her New Hampshire-raised boss comically uncomfortable. Alongside fellow writer Jenny Hegel, Ruffin gleefully pokes at Meyers' white privilege in "Jokes Seth Can't Tell," and, in…

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AV Club FilmsJul 18, 2018
Gun advocate featured on Who Is America? says that, actually, he fooled Sacha Baron Cohen
The clear highlight of Who Is America?'s premier was the final segment: a nauseating series of interviews with American gun advocates, eagerly endorsing programs like arming preschool-aged children with firearms. Among the writhing snake pit featured in this part of the show, one particularly notable serpent, the…

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 18, 2018
Euthanauts #1 is a mesmerizing, disorienting journey into the afterlife
In the pages of Euthanauts, death is something to be celebrated rather than mourned. This new series from IDW's Black Crown imprint has writer Tini Howard, artist Nick Robles, and letterer Aditya Bidikar venturing into the vast frontier of death, a territory ripe for exploration by those brave enough to leave their…

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BBC Entertainment & ArtsJul 18, 2018
Black Panther's sister, Shuri, gets own Marvel comic series
Award-winning novelist Nnedi Okorafor will write the new series about Black Panther's sister, Shuri.

NYTimes ArtsJul 18, 2018
Fiction: A Noirish Narrative in Which the Self Is an Enigma, and So Is Everything Else
In Laura van den Berg's new novel, "The Third Hotel," an American widow visiting a Cuban film festival thinks she sees her late husband.

AV Club FilmsJul 18, 2018
Denzel Washington squanders his gifts again on the cut-rate vigilante action of The Equalizer 2
He doesn't wear a costume or even go by the titular moniker. All the same, Robert McCall, the ex-special-ops vigilante Denzel Washington plays in The Equalizer and its crummy new sequel, is essentially a superhero. Like Spider-Man, he seems to possess a kind of infallible danger sense, and he shares with Batman keen…

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Billboard Music NewsJul 18, 2018
Chief Keef Announces Worldwide Hologram Tour Kicking Off in London: Exclusive
After having his initial hologram concert in Hammond, Indiana shut down by law enforcement within minutes back in 2015, Chief Keef is...

The A.V. Club - FilmJul 18, 2018
And now the inevitable, anticlimactic conclusion of Dan In Real Life 2
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The A.V. Club - FilmJul 18, 2018
Jeff Goldblum ascends to "graven image" status
Finally, a place of worship that everyone can agree on. After being made a god (of sorts) in the Marvel universe, Jeff Goldblum has officially reached pure deification status here on Earth. A 25-foot statue of the actor has been erected on London's south bank, just next to the Tower Bridge. As the BBC reports, it's a…

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VultureJul 18, 2018
Michelle Williams Is ‘Proudly' Seeking Mental-Health Treatment

Michelle Williams has not been shy about her struggles with her mental health. The former Destiny's Child singer has said that she's suffered from depression and felt "suicidal" during her time in the girl group, between 2000 and 2005. Now, she's taken to social media to discuss the fact that ... More »


AV Club FilmsJul 17, 2018
Today's Trailer Happy Hour has Doctor Who's Matt Smith as a growling, grunting zombie whisperer
Welcome back to Trailer Happy Hour, where everybody knows your name. (It's "Human being who wants to watch some teasers and promos for upcoming films," right? We thought we recognized you!) Today we've got chatty zombies, sentimental methadone lovers, and some very bad things happening in Texas, so let's dive right in.

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Movies.com Movie NewsJul 17, 2018
New 'Robin Hood' Trailer Introduces a Thief in Training; Here's Everything We Know
  Update: The first trailer for Robin Hood presented a fresh new vision of the venerable character, played this time by Taron Egerton (above). A new trailer introduces him as a thief in training. Apparently, he has been recruited to steal from the rich and give to the poor, but first he needs to develop the skills needed, which Little John (Jamie Foxx) gladly provides. After the training period is completed, Robin Hood becomes more daring and even more successful, prompting a wave of rage on the part of the Sheriff of Nottingham (Ben Mendelsohn). Eve Hewson and Jamie Dornan also star. Watch the new trailer below. (Read our previously-published posts below to see everything we know about the film, due in theaters on November 21.)   Update: The first...
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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
It's Rumor Time: Is Walmart planning to make its own Netflix competitor?
Today in terrible ideas, a site called The Information (via Variety) is claiming that Walmart is developing its very own subscription-based streaming service like Netflix. The Information's anonymous sources say that Walmart is considering launching this thing at $8 per month, with an additional ad-supported model…

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TV by the NumbersJul 17, 2018
Monday cable ratings: Home Run Derby leads, ‘Street Outlaws' ticks up
ESPN led the Monday cable ratings this week with its…

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The A.V. Club - TVJul 17, 2018
"Fred" Mercury takes the stage in the full-length trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody
The teaser trailer for Bryan Singer and Rami Malek's famously troubled Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody was all foot stomping and roaring crowds, but the full-length trailer for the film—released this morning by Fox Searchlight—gives Malek the chance to prove that not only can he look a whole hell of a lot like Freddie…

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USA Today: BooksJul 17, 2018
'Indianapolis' sheds new light on World War II naval disaster that cost nearly 900 lives
In the new book 'Indianapolis,' fresh details emerge about the sinking of the heavy U.S. naval cruiser in 1945, costing nearly 900 lives. A review.         

The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
The Bold Type bites off exactly as much as it can chew with "Betsy"
The Bold Type knows itself. It knows its audience, its tone, its format, its strength and weaknesses. It knows what it can pull off, and what it can't. It knows how messy it can get without overtaxing itself. In that way, "Betsy" is essentially the baby-bear-porridge of Very Special Episodes. It's doesn't overreach.…

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
Study shows male critics are more likely to bash films from female directors
For many years now, Dr. Martha Lauzen and San Diego State University's Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film have been a reliable source for sobering statistics on the industry's treatment of women, both in front of, and behind, the camera. The Center issues annual reports on female representation in…

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NYTimes ArtsJul 17, 2018
Comic Book Spinoff of Black Panther Will Focus on His Sister
Shuri will rule in place of her brother in a new series coming from Marvel in October.

AV Club FilmsJul 17, 2018
Celebrate World Emoji Day with some terrifying tweets by the U.S. government
The lights are dimmed, the annual viewing of The Emoji Movie has just ended, and the children are getting ready to lay their spherical, eggy yellow heads down to dream of "Wrapped Present" and "Party Popper." That's right: it's the best day of the year. It's World Emoji Day.

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Time EntertainmentJul 17, 2018
Destiny's Child Singer Michelle Williams Says She Is Seeking Mental Health Help
Williams said in an Instagram post that she has "sought help from a great team of health care professionals"

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NYTimes ArtsJul 17, 2018
‘School of Rock' Announces Closing Date
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will have played more than 1,300 performances when it wraps up in January.

The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
The 25 essential baby books every nursery should have
Our A.V. Club Field Guide To Parenting is designed to guide you toward the best kids' books, shows, movies, and music, just like we do with The A.V. Club for adults. Every month or so, we will feature a new subject with a few essential pop culture takes parents should know, saving you from the mountains of kids' dreck…

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