Joseph Gordon-Levitt reveals inspirations for Mr. Corman’s look, feel – The Hollywood Reporter

On the black comedy of Apple TV + Mr. Corman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Josh Corman, a fifth-grade teacher living in the San Fernando Valley. Confronted with loneliness in his late 30s after a break-up and struggling to connect with others (including his caring roommate as well as his tough mom, …

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Best Pokémon Book – WKRG News 5

Which Pokémon book is the best? Pokemon started out as a card game where two players pit magical creatures against each other. Each card represents a different Pokémon character, each with their own unique abilities. The game has grown incredibly popular and now covers video games, TV shows, and even …

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Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles in Westfield Century City this Friday!

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF), presented annually by Visual Communications (VC), announced this week as the first series of films to be screened as part of the 37th annual Festival, which will be a hybrid event taking place virtually and in person at select …

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Teen Film arrives at the Alexandria Film Festival

Dad helps shoot a scene on the river. “The Homework Club”, created by Hallie Crawford, 15, landed a spot at the 2021 Alexandria Film Festival. There were four teenage girls embarking on a school project which turned out to be a small part of what they really learned from each …

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Things You See In Every Holiday Romantic Comedy

Going along with coming home means meeting parents who push you up the wall. It’s such a standard element of the holiday season that romantic holiday comedies regularly feature these characters as an easy way to stir up conflict. Sometimes it’s just support players showing up for a brief scene. …

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Alexandria Film Festival 2021 extended until December

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The Alexandria Film Festival, a regional showcase of independent films from around the world, has been extended for 15 days, the festival’s executive committee has announced. The 15-day extension is a nod to the festival’s 15th anniversary. Originally scheduled from November 11 to 25, the festival takes …

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iview: Favorites of the AFTRS Festival | TV tonight

AFTRS Festival Favorites, a new award-winning short film program by students of the Australian Film Television and Radio School, will launch today on ABC iview. Each of the eight shorts has been screened at film festivals around the world – from the Wairoa Māori Film Festival in New Zealand to …

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Research of new materials to reduce the operating temperature of solid oxide fuel cells

Plasma plume during an in situ PLD measurement. Credit: Vienna University of Technology Researchers at TU Wien are studying new materials that can be used to reduce the operating temperature of solid oxide fuel cells. To do this, they apply an innovative method. Solid oxide fuel cells consist of three …

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Streaming services: the Binging revolution and its consequences

By Josh McClain Fifteen years ago, binging referred to the overconsumption of alcohol, money, or other abusive substances, which most Christians are not proud of. Today, teens and young adults use the same word to describe watching the latest movies and series on streaming platforms for hours. like Netflix or …

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Farooki attends “No land’s man” screening at Cairo International Film Festival

Mostofa Sarwar Farooki attended the screening of “No Land’s Man” at the Cairo International Film Festival with AR Rahman, Megan Mitchel TBS Report November 29, 2021, 2:50 PM Last modification: November 29, 2021, 3:59 PM Farooki attended the screening of “No Land’s Man” at the Cairo International Film Festival with …

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