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Wizards, Wands, and Waiting

In honor of the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts(May 2, 1998) that took place this week many moons ago, I thought my post should be about my visit to the Warner Brothers Studio Tour London! 756 more words

Travel

Exposure doesn't pay the bills: When to stop working for free

If you’re a writer, musician or artist, then you’ve probably come across one of these ubiquitous advertisements at some point:

“We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic person to work for our successful organisation. 637 more words

Lifestyle

Move over Keanu, it's GAY PURR-EE (Warner Brothers 1962)

Where else can you see Parisian pussycats dancing the Can-Can at the Mewlon Rouge but in GAY PURR-EE? This animated musical feature from UPA Studios was a bit more adult themed than it’s Disney counterparts, at least by 1962 standards. 585 more words

Cracked Rear Viewer

The Definitive Space Jam 2 Casting Call

ICYMI: Years worth of speculation finally came to a head yesterday when rumors of “Space Jam 2” were confirmed to be headlined by none other than everyone’s favorite try-hard, Lebron James… 1,388 more words

SPORTS

Ben Affleck's Batman film to feature a lot of villains!

After the success of Batman V Superman, DC and Warner Bros Studios are going to continue with their plans for the DC Extended Universe.

Ben Affleck could be going solo as the Dark Knight in his own Batman film which is rumoured to include a lot of villains from Batman’s rogue gallery. 199 more words

Entertainment

A-List Cast In A Heartwarming Tribute To The One That Connects Us All In “Mother’s Day” Movie

Expectant moms, single moms, stepmoms, gay moms, estranged moms, long-lost moms and mothers of all kinds get their due in an emotional tribute to the tie that can’t be broken in “Mother’s Day,” an endearing and entertaining romantic comedy about everyone’s first love, our mothers. 644 more words

For the Love of God, People Put Your Affairs In Order!

The death of Prince has brought to bear many reflections regarding his music, his genius, his influence, and his tremendous charity work.  In the midst of the mourning and speculation about the cause of his earthly demise, I can’t help to be be frustrated and disappointed in seeing another person of color, someone whom I looked up to arguably more than any other artist in the history of my lifetime, leave a scattered mess of financial confusion – leaving his fortune and musical legacy to be fought over among relatives – subject to money grubbing lawyers and adjudicated in the courts.   1,047 more words

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