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ARTaylor

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  • I live in Sac Town, California
  • I was born on June 27
  • My occupation is Freelance Production Assistant
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    Jojo Rabbit Released

    October 18, 2019 by ARTaylor

    Today is the release of Jojo Rabbit. The film follows a boy in Nazi-controlled Germany who discovers that his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their home while he envisions Adolf Hitler as his imaginary friend.

    The film was written, produced, and directed by Taika Waititi who also appears as Hitler.

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    Today is the release of Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans. The direct-to-video film features a multiverse crossover between the 2003 Teen Titans animated series and 2013 Teen Titans Go! follow-up. The story follows the two titular teams as they team up to fight a threat to both their universes.

    The film features the talents of Scott Menville as both Robins, Tara Strong as both Ravens, Khary Payton as both Cyborgs, Hynden Walch as both Starfires, Greg Cipes as both Beast Boys, Kevin Michael Richardson as both Trigons and Hexagon, and Grey Griffin as Mrs. Claus.

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    25 Years of Pulp Fiction

    October 14, 2019 by ARTaylor

    Today is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the premiere of Pulp Fiction. Inspired by various pulp magazines and hardboiled crime novels, the film follows various stories set in Los Angeles that are intertwined at various points.

    The film was an enormous success with fans and critics. It became the first independent release to gross over one-hundred million dollars in its initial box office run. It was the tenth highest grossing film of the year despite playing on substantially fewer screens. The film won the Palme d'Or at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture. It has been considered director Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece. It provided a major boost to the careers of numerous actors and…

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    The X-Men theme song, composed by Ron Wasserman, is one of the most iconic opening themes for a Saturday morning cartoon show due in no small part to its iconic rock anthem. However, a new lawsuit has argued that the song was stolen.

    A man named Zoltan Krisko has filed a lawsuit against Marvel Entertainment, The Walt Disney Company, Fox Broadcasting Company, Apple, Amazon and others claiming that the theme song was stolen from a show titled Linda. That series aired from 1984 to 1991 in Hungary. Krisko manages the estate of composer Gyorgy Vukan who created and copyrighted the Linda theme song. He now argues that the songs are exactly alike. The lawsuit argues that Wasserman and the executives behind X-Men "rubbed elbows" with Hungarian film profe…

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    Last night at the New York Comic-Con, the winners of this year's Harvey Awards were announced. The Harvey Awards celebrate the best of the comic book industry across the past year as voted for by fellow industry professionals. In the second year for this particular award, Sony Pictures Animation's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse won Best Adaption From a Comic.

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