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`Hairy Bikers` star Dave Myers dies at 66

Dave Myers, one-half of the Hairy Bikers TV presenting duo, died at the age of 66. He died two years after revealing his cancer diagnosis, as per Deadline. The much-loved star died "peacefully at home" yesterday, according to his Hairy Bikers co-star Si King, who posted a statement on social media. Dave Myers was surrounded by his wife and another close friend, when he died. Myers rose to prominence 20 years ago as a member of the Hairy Bikers, with Si King. They began by presenting The Hairy Bikers` Cookbook on the BBC…

32 Movies Set In The Future That Are Now In The Past

From comedies to sci-fi (especially sci-fi) Hollywood has been churning out movies set in the far distant future. A future, it turns out, that has come and gone here in our actual Earth timeline. Here's a list where we explore when those movies were made, what year they were set in, and how they look today. (Image credit: Universal/Amblin)Back To The Future Part IIThis might be the most notorious movie on this list. Back to the Future Part II was released in 1989 and when Marty, Doc, and Jennifer go to the future, it's…

How to Turn a Good Kid Into “Gorilla”

This piece was created in paid partnership with Endless Victories. In the vast world of filmmaking, a journey unfolds, and at its heart is Kareem “Gorilla” Davis. Over the past few years, his path as a director has been a series of steps. Amid the challenges that many face and the skeptics in the shadows, Davis responds not with defiance but with a quiet determination to work a bit harder. Reflecting on his modest beginnings, Davis remembers a Larry Moss class at age 21, where the art of…

10 Extremely WTF Sci-Fi and Fantasy Movies Streaming on Peacock

THE VISITOR Trailer - 1979' Sci-Fi Movie HDThis batshit Italian import involving humans descended from an evil alien overlord, a telekinetic girl, professional basketball, and conspiratorial Satanists stars a cast of aging legends (John Huston, Shelley Winters, Mel Ferrer, Glenn Ford, Sam Peckinpah) who were hopefully well-compensated for their participation. You, too, will be well-compensated for your time, because the singularly bizarre The Visitor is truly out of this world. Watch on Peacock. THE VISITOR Trailer -…

Hilary Swank Recalls Rescuing Beloved Pets in 9/11 Aftermath

Hilary Swank is looking back at the time when she helped rescue beloved pets amid the aftermath of 9/11. The Oscar-winning actress, who has been open about her love of animals, recently recalled that she volunteered with the ASPCA during the 2001 tragedy. “People would go over to the piers over on West Street, and they would say, ‘My dog Simpson, or my goldfish or my rabbit,’ or whatever it is, and they’d say, ‘This is my address, this is my apartment,’ and I’d get these cards and we’d go down,”…

Lee Jae Wook to launch One-Man agency after leaving C-Jes amid Karina’s romance | Hollywood

Actor Lee Jae Wook, known widely for his stellar performance in Alchemy of Souls, is reportedly set to establish his own agency. In recent months, numerous K-drama actors and K-pop idols have been venturing into entrepreneurship, and it appears that the Impossible Heir star has now joined the trend. This development comes shortly after his relationship with aespa’s Karina was revealed, following his confirmation of their romantic involvement. Lee Jae Wook to launch One-Man agency after leaving C-Jes: Report(Pic…

Part Two’ Confidently Rises to its Epic Occasion With an Acceptable Level of Eye Contact

Two particular sentences capture the essence of Dune: Part Two, and one cannot exist without the other. The first: “Frank Herbert’s legendary novel continues its reputation for being unfilmable.” The second: “Denis Villeneuve is more than capable of pulling all the right strings and pushing all the right buttons to come admirably, if only relatively, close to the feat.” Indeed, in trying to improve upon just about everything that Dune: Part One had to offer, the highly-anticipated sophomore entry in Villeneuve’s sci-fi…

The Exorcist: Deceiver: Everything We Know About The Exorcist: Believer Sequel

In July 2021, Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions announced some ambitious franchise plans. Following a successful collaboration with the recent trilogy of Halloween movies, the studios announced that they were making three new features in the canon of The Exorcist. David Gordon Green was hired to helm the first feature, with the idea that he would then execute a macro vision… but things didn’t go exactly as planned. The Exorcist: Believer was panned by critics prior to its arrival in theaters, and the film…

Jungle Cruise 2 Is Still Up In The Air, But Looks Like Dwayne Johnson And Emily Blunt Will Reunite For Another Movie

Back in 2021, Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt successfully fronted the latest adaptation of a classic Disney theme park ride with Jungle Cruise. After the adventurous film brought the two Hollywood actors together as co-leads, they are reportedly working out details on their next project, but no, it’s still not Disney’s Jungle Cruise 2. Emily Blunt is reportedly currently in discussions to be part of A24’s The Smashing Machine, which is set to have Dwayne Johnson portray MMA and UFC champion Mark Kerr. Per Variety, Blunt…

Tom Hardy Made A Bold And Permanent Commitment To The Bikeriders Before A Single Frame Of The New Movie Was Shot

The Bikeriders is one of the most highly anticipated movies of 2024. The upcoming film stars Austin Butler and Jodie Comer with supporting performances by Tom Hardy and Michael Shannon. The Jeff Nichols movie is about the rise of a fictional Chicago motorcycle club that grows to become more dangerous as more members join. Hardy is known for his unique performances and dedication as an actor, however the commitment he made to The Bikeriders may just take the cake, considering it was made before filming even started. …