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A Spider-Verse Story’ Release Date and Time Confirmed

Spider-Man fans were left hanging with the cliffhanger ending of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse in 2023. Thankfully, a sequel to the movie is in the works.  However, while it’s going to be a minute before Beyond the Spider-Verse hits the screens, Sony has announced a new project that will tide fans over until then. Titled The Spider Within: A Spider-Verse Story, the animated short film is set to release soon. Here’s everything you need to know about the spin-off. The Spider Within release date and time Sony has…

Mark Knopfler Gathers Every Guitar God for New Animated Video

An animated video for Mark Knopfler‘s all-star charity single “Going Home (Theme From Local Hero)” – which brought together a stunning lineup of over 60 guitar gods to raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust – has been released. It features the final recording of Jeff Beck along with contributions by Bruce Springsteen, David Gilmour, Slash, Ronnie Wood, Joan Jett, Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend, and Sting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBGm7gJtSZE The song came out a week ago, but it was difficult to discern…

Spider-Verse short film The Spider Within locks release date; plot details discussed | Hollywood

In an ideal world, Spider-Man fans would've been treated with the Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse premiere on March 29, 2024. Nevertheless, there's more to the web-slinger's story than just protecting the city from evil. Behind the Spidey mask is a teenager grappling with his coming-of-age chapters, which often get sidelined while the city's well-being checks off all his priority boxes on the agenda. This March, Sony is releasing a new animated short set in the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse universe. Taking a…

Millennials gave birth to ‘Generation Alpha.’ Are these kids already doomed?

Zoomers fear them. Boomers want more of them. Millennials will keep making them for the rest of the year. Born between roughly 2010 and the end of 2024, “Generation Alpha” is the demographic successor to Gen Z. Its oldest members are not quite ready for a quinceañera, while its youngest will be conceived in the coming weeks. When the last of them arrive this December, they’ll close the largest cohort of children ever to exist on Earth. There are already concerns that the kids aren’t “alright.” The overwhelming majority…

Recipes from Molly Baz’s new cookbook, More Is More

Breadcrumb Trail LinksLifeEating & DrinkingCultureBooksIn her second cookbook, the author and chef shares 100 recipes to build confidence and 'get loose' in the kitchen Get the latest from Laura Brehaut straight to your inbox Sign Up Published Mar 22, 2024  •  Last updated 7 minutes ago  •  15 minute read You can save this article by registering for free here. Or sign-in if you have an account.Clockwise from left: cookbook author, recipe developer and video host Molly Baz, crispy, crunchy brocc and grains with so…

40 People Who’ve Interacted With Very Rich People Reveal The Weirdest Things They’ve Seen

Well, this may not be a "rich thing", I don't know, maybe an unexpected rich thing, but it was memorable. One year about 15 years ago, I was taking some vacation days right before Christmas. I took my AR-15 down to the Scottsdale Gun Club shooting range, which is a pretty public range that also rents guns. So I'm in my lane with my AR and a few handguns, shooting away. Next lane to me I notice two elderly guys, one in a suit, one dressed more casually. They're shooting a pistol, like a .38 or 9mm. I can't help…

‘Brazen propaganda’: pro-Modi films flood Bollywood before India election | Bollywood

They are films that claim to tell the “real story” of India’s history, taking aim at the evils of “leftists” and “intellectuals” and even the freedom fighter Mahatma Gandhi.As Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) seek a third term in next month’s election, a feverish pro-government momentum has gripped Bollywood, blurring the lines between entertainment and political campaigning in India’s largest film industry.Almost a dozen new films promoting the prime minister and his government’s Hindu nationalist…

Target Worker Horrified To Find Himself In Woman’s Online Video Accused Of Inappropriate Behavior

A Target employee saw himself involved in a scandal, facing allegations of inappropriate behavior with a customer while on duty.The customer in question had secretly filmed Mitchell, staging a situation where he allegedly checked her out while she was bending over and blasting him online for it.Mitchell, who goes by @mitchelliguesss on TikTok, responded by sharing a video in an attempt to clear his name.As the Target worker explained, it was the woman who had displayed inappropriate behavior towards him.“So, a couple of…

Review: ‘Frozen Empire’ clears very low ‘Ghostbusters’ bar

By Jake Coyle | Associated Press Forty years after “Ghostbusters” and following a string of sequels that never measured up to the 1984 original — beginning all the way back with 1989’s “Ghostbusters II” — it’s fair to wonder, well, who else ought we to call? It may be time to, if not give up the ghost entirely, at least give a flip through the ol’ rolodex. But as the lackluster 2021 installment, “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” showed, the half life of most film franchises…

Bradley Simpson debuts with ‘Cry At The Moon’

Emerging singer, songwriter and producer Bradley Simpson has released his debut single ‘Cry At The Moon’, via Insanity UK / Columbia Records. The first taster of the star-in-waiting’s debut album, ‘Cry At The Moon’ sees The Vamps frontman evolve his sound. Simpson wrote the song with Andrew Wells, Anthony Rossomando and Jordan Asher Cruz. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-pddFwqWYc Bradley says “‘Cry At The Moon’ started in LA early on in the writing process for the album with Anthony and Andrew. I knew I…