Month: August 2020

New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has given the green light for movie theaters to reopen — with certain restrictions in place — on Friday, September 4th. Murphy announced on Monday that he was signing an executive order that would allow movie theaters and other indoor performance venues to open this week with face masks required,
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Riot Games today revealed a new teaser trailer for an upcoming tabletop spinoff game called Tellstones: King’s Gambit. The game, which is presented as an ancient, in-universe game played by the characters, largely appears to be about bluffing and memory, but the rules themselves have not yet been revealed. This isn’t the first tabletop game
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To some, the end of summer is a disappointing experience, but Halloween fans look forward to the end of the warmer months as it means Halloween is right around the corner, with Food Network exciting fans by revealing their slate of Halloween specials and returning programs. The network will be offering audiences their unique take
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Funny Creek, the comiXology Originals series written by Rafael Albuquerque and Rafael Scavone and illustrated by Eduardo Medeiros, is coming to an end on September 1. The book is a very cool comic, set in the 1980s and conceptualized around a young girl who falls into her favorite show. This setup has enabled the creative team to play with
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Supernatural has released an extended trailer for the final set of episodes. You can watch it above. Like so many other TV series, Supernatural had to pause production on season 15 due to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting lockdowns. After sitting in limbo for months, Supernatural resumed production on its final seven episodes in
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The newest trailer for The Walking Dead Season 10 finale teases the final showdown in the Whisperer War, pitting Daryl (Norman Reedus) and the survivors against Beta’s (Ryan Hurst) walker horde. The special one-night-only event airing of “A Certain Doom,” which was delayed from April to October amid the COVID-19 pandemic, will follow special airings
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DC has announced that “Batman Day” will be happening on September 19th, and due to the circumstances of the coronavirus pandemic, it will be an all-virtual event. DC has partnered with various other businesses on this Batman Day venture; Waze will be offering fans a ride-along theme for “Batman and the Riddler,” complete with Spotify
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