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Daniel Caesar Is a Contemplative Horndog on ‘Case Study 01’

Daniel Caesar Is a Contemplative Horndog on ‘Case Study 01’
At some point in the middle of this decade, the brooding, atmospheric, synthetic R&b pioneered by Toronto artists like Drake and The Weeknd reached a saturation point. One artist who helped break this Canadian fever was Daniel Caesar. His 2017 debut album, Freudian, was a breath of fresh air, a blend of stripped-down acoustic guitar, choral gospel hums and Caesar’s sheepish voice. He attempted to inhabit and observe the undulations of his love life and tastefully integrated various religious references that had stayed with him since he left the church as a teenager.
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Comic Book Release List – August 6, 2014

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and specialty items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

215 Ink

Enormous #2 (Cover A Mehdi Cheggour), $3.99

Enormous #2 (Cover B Christian Dibari), $3.99

Abstract Studios

Rachel Rising #27 (not verified by Diamond), $3.99

Sip Kids #1, $4.99

Action Lab Entertainment

Fracture Vice And Virtue Tp, $11.99

Amaze Ink (Slave Labor Graphics)

Collected Works Of Filler Bunny Tp, $11.95

I Feel Sick #1 (New Printing), $4.95

I Feel Sick #2 (New Printing), $4.95

Amigo Comics

Rogues Volume 2 Cold Ship #3 (Of 5), $3.99

Amp! Comics For Kids

Muddy Max Volume 1 The Mystery Of Marsh Creek Gn, $9.99

Andrews McMeel Publishing

Reading With Pictures Comics That Make Kids Smarter Hc, $19.99

Antarctic Press

Rod Espinosa’s Steampunk Fables Tp, $14.99

Archie Comic Publications

Archie #658 (Dan DeCarlo Betty Variant Cover), $2.99

Archie #658 (Dan DeCarlo Veronica Variant Cover), $2.99

Archie #658 (Dan Parent Regular Cover), $2.99

Archie The Married Life Volume 5 Tp, $19.99

Death Of Archie A Life Celebrated Tp,
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Comic-Con: Thomas Jane Unveiled a New Punisher Short Film with Special Guest Ron Perlman!

Do you know the difference between justice and punishment?  Thomas Jane does and he proved it to the relatively small audience gathered at a Comic-Con panel for Raw Studios.  In an intimate setting in a small convention room that wasn't titled Ballroom 20 or Hall H, Jane ran the show for the independent studio presentation.  Their projects included a Bad Planet videogame adaptation of their comic series with gaming studio Red Flag, a short conceptual film for a Western they're producing called A Magnificent Death from a Shattered Hand and, to the delight of Punisher fans in the audience, a fantastic short film featuring Jane as the Marvel anti-hero.  That was awesome enough, but a special guest star also joined the presentation: Ron Perlman, who recently proved how great a human being he is, had a small cameo in the film.  Hit the jump for a recap of the Punisher short film featuring Jane and Perlman.
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4 Star Trek Novels That Would Make Great Movies

Jj Abrams’ “Star Trek” reboot is warping fans into a certain future of fresh adventures for the gallant crew of the Starship Enterprise. Filming on “Star Trek 2″ is well underway and will no doubt leave fans clamoring for more from Kirk and company when it boldly takes the franchise into the mainstream galaxy that no other Trek film could have hoped before.

With writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman having stated that they read many of the Trek universe books when creating the alternate timeline reboot, here are 5 Original Series (Kirk & Spock) novels that we’d like to see adapted to film in this new franchise.

Consider these our 4 plot lines for “Star Trek 3″…

4. The Yesterday Saga by A.C. Crispin

Everyone knows that Kirk had a bastard son—brilliant scientist David Marcus—and everyone is equally aware of his fate. In the Yesterday Saga—spanning the books Yesterday
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Stephen Dorff Exclusive Video Interview Somewhere

With writer/director Sofia Coppola’s (Lost in Translation, The Virgin Suicides, Marie Antoinette) Somewhere playing in limited release, I was recently able to sit down with Stephen Dorff to talk about making the movie. In Somwhere, Dorff plays “a bad-boy A-list actor stumbling through a life of excess" when his 11-year-old daughter Cleo (Elle Fanning) unexpectedly arrives to live with him. Most of the film takes place at the Chateau Marmont hotel in Hollywood and like all of Coppola’s movies, the film moves at its own pace. You can learn a lot more about the movie and watch the trailer here. Anyway, during the interview we talked about how much of Somewhere was in the script and how much did they find on set. In addition, we talked about the "challenges" of having to rehearse Guitar Hero and I also asked him about one of his previous movies
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Dwayne Johnson to Star in Faster

After a string of family-centered flicks including Race to Witch Mountain and The Game Plan, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is returning to the world of action. According to the trades, the wrestler-turned-actor has signed on to star in Faster. Johnson will play an ex-con bent on avenging the death of his brother, murdered 10 years earlier when the two were double-crossed during a heist. Tony Gayton (Murder by Numbers, The Salton Sea) wrote the script. Phil Joanou, who directed Johnson in the football drama Gridiron Gang, will helm the flick. Joanou’s other credits include Entropy, Final Analysis, Heaven's Prisoners, the Sean Penn thriller State of Grace and the concert film U2: Rattle and Hum. The film will be produced by Castle Rock's Martin Shafer and Liz Glotzer, along with Mark Ciardi and Gordon Gray, who teamed with Johnson on The Game Plan and the upcoming family film Tooth Fairy,
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