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Marvel’s THE PUNISHER Official Trailer (2017) On Netflix

Marvel’s The Punisher, or simply The Punisher, is an upcoming American web television series created for Netflix by Steve Lightfoot, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), sharing continuity with the films and other television series of the franchise, and is a spin-off of Marvel’s Daredevil. The series is produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios, with Lightfoot serving as showrunner.

The series revolves around Frank Castle, who uses lethal methods to fight crime as the vigilante “the Punisher”, with Jon Bernthal reprising the role from DaredevilBen BarnesEbon Moss-BachrachAmber Rose RevahDeborah Ann WollDaniel Webber, Jason R. Moore, Paul SchulzeJaime Ray Newman, and Michael Nathanson also star. A television series centered on the Punisher received a put-pilot commitment at Fox in 2011, but that project fell through. In June 2015, Bernthal was cast as the character to appear in the second season of Daredevil. Development on a spin-off titled The Punisher began by January 2016, before the second season of Daredevil was released. In April 2016, Marvel and Netflix ordered the series, confirmed Bernthal’s involvement, and announced Lightfoot as executive producer and showrunner. Filming began in New York City in October 2016, and concluded in April 2017.

The Punisher is scheduled to be released in 2017.


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Honest Trailers – Alien: Covenant

Return to space for the movie that made the Alien franchise officially have more bad movies than good – Alien Covenant!



Alien: Covenant is a 2017 science fiction horror film directed by Ridley Scott, and written by John Logan and Dante Harper, with a story by Michael Green and Jack Paglen. The film is a sequel to the 2012 film Prometheus, the second installment in the Alien prequel series and the sixth installment overall in the Alien film series, as well as the third directed by Scott. The film stars Michael FassbenderKatherine WaterstonBilly CrudupDanny McBride and Demián Bichir. It follows a crew of a colony ship that lands on an uncharted planet and makes a terrifying discovery.

Alien: Covenant premiered in London on May 4, 2017, and was released on May 12, 2017, in the United Kingdom and May 19 in the United States, twenty years after release of Alien: Resurrection (1997).[5] The film received generally positive reviews from critics but received polarizing reviews from audiences, with critics praising Fassbender’s dual performance and a return to form for both director Ridley Scott and the franchise,[6][7] but underperformed at the domestic box office[8]and grossed a total of $232.6 million against a production budget of $97 million


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Adam Savage Visits Third Man Records!

In Detroit, Adam stops by Jack White’s Third Man Records, the first new record-pressing plant in the United States in three decades! In a truly immersive tour, Adam records a song and then follows his record’s eventual process from lathe to cellophane. Bonus: Adam also chats with Jack White about how recording this way impacts the creative process!


Third Man Records is an independent record label founded by Jack White in Detroit, Michigan, in 2001. Third Man established its first physical location—a combination record store, performance venue, and headquarters for the label—in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2009. The label opened a Detroit branch location in 2015, which added a pressing plant (Third Man Pressing) in 2017.


Jack White founded Third Man Records in Detroit, Michigan, in 2001. White originally purchased the building to store his gear, and some plans to reissue the early White Stripes 45s.[citation needed] Third Man, which releases albums and singles primarily on vinyl record, established its first physical location in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 11, 2009. The Nashville location serves as a record store, label offices and live venue. It includes The Blue Room (a live performance venue and screening room for The Light and Sound Machine, a monthly film series co-hosted by The Belcourt Theater), a photo studio and darkroom, a storage facility for master recording tapes, and the label warehouse. The Blue Room is the only venue in the world to record live shows direct-to-acetate[citation needed], producing a vinyl master in real time. To commemorate the opening of Third Man Records in Nashville, White debuted his new project, The Dead Weather, performing a short set for the 150 invited guests. The label’s motto is “Your Turntable’s Not Dead.”[1]

The label’s name incorporates several elements of personal significance to White. His fondness for the number three is well documented.[2] It refers to Carol Reed‘s The Third Man starring Joseph Cotten and Orson Welles.[2] His old upholstering company was named Third Man Upholstery.[3] White also refers to himself as a woman’s “third man” in the song “Ball and Biscuit” on The White Stripes‘ album Elephant.

All six studio albums of The White Stripes appear with the Third Man logo.[citation needed] Both albums of The Raconteurs (Broken Boy Soldiers and Consolers of the Lonely) also carry the label’s logo.[citation needed] For The Raconteurs’ tour of the United Kingdom in October 2006, 1,000 live albums were pressed and sold for each show, all of which display a Third Man logo.[citation needed] The Dead WeatherJack WhiteThe Black BellesKaren Elson, and the Greenhornes are also core acts on the Third Man roster. Other artists who have released LP’s on Third Man Records include Kelley StoltzSeasick Steve, and Pokey LaFarge. The label released and pressed a 7-inch vinyl of Conan O’Brien‘s 2010 comedy single “And They Call Me Mad?”, which featured an interview of O’Brien by Jack White on its reverse.[4]

The Third Man Records Vault is a “rarity-excavating”[5] quarterly subscription service that began in September 2009 as a way to release special and otherwise unreleased content. Platinum members of the Vault receive a package containing limited-edition vinyl records and merchandise every three months. Generally each cycle’s offerings have included a 12” record, a 7” record (both on colored vinyl) and a “bonus item”, although this format has been deviated from multiple times





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Listen To The New Crazy Track From Primus – The Seven

“The Seven” is from Primus’ new album “The Desaturating Seven”, out September 29 


Primus is an American rock band based in San Francisco, California, currently composed of bassist/vocalist Les Claypool, guitarist Larry “Ler” LaLonde and drummer Tim “Herb” Alexander. Primus originally formed in 1984 with Claypool and guitarist Todd Huth, later joined by drummer Jay Lane, though the latter two departed the band at the end of 1988. Featuring LaLonde and Alexander, Primus recorded their debut Suck on This in 1989, followed by four studio albums: Frizzle FrySailing the Seas of CheesePork Soda, and Tales from the Punchbowl. Alexander left the band in 1996, replaced by Bryan “Brain” Mantia, and Primus went on to record the original theme song for the TV show South Park and two more albums, Brown Album and Antipop, before declaring a hiatus in 2000.

In 2003, Claypool and LaLonde reunited with Alexander and released a DVD/EP, Animals Should Not Try to Act Like People, before touring sporadically through 2009. In 2010, Lane rejoined Primus, replacing Alexander, and the band released their seventh album, Green Naugahyde, in 2011. In 2013, Lane left the band to focus on other projects, and Tim Alexander rejoined once again. They have released some of their records on Claypool’s own label Prawn Song Records. Primus is characterized by its irreverent, quirky approach to music. Robert Christgau once remarked: “[Primus is] quite possibly the strangest top-10 band ever, and good for them.”



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The New Sci-Fi Flick From Steven Spielberg ‘Ready Player One’ Looks Amazing!

Ready Player One is an upcoming American science-fiction adventure film co-produced and directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Zak Penn and Ernest Cline, based on Cline’s novel of the same name. The film stars Tye SheridanOlivia CookeBen MendelsohnMark RylanceSimon Pegg, and T. J. Miller. The film is scheduled to be released on March 30, 2018.





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Bright Trailer(Will Smith) and Death Note Footage Reaction! (SDCC 2017)



Plot: Set in a world where mystical creatures live side by side with humans. A human cop is forced to work with an Orc to find a weapon everyone is prepared to kill for.
Bright is an upcoming American urban fantasy crime action thriller film directed by David Ayer and written by Max Landis  The film stars Will Smith as a Los Angeles Police Department police officer who teams up with an Orc cop, played by Joel Edgerton, in a world of both human and mythical creatures. The film also stars Noomi RapaceLucy FryEdgar RamirezHappy AndersonKenneth Choi, and Ike Barinholtz.



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Chance The Rapper: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Robin Hilton | July 5, 2017 — Chance The Rapper knew he wanted to try a different approach for his Tiny Desk performance, so he decided to do something he said he hadn’t done in a long time. He wrote a poem. More specifically, he wrote a poem in the short time it took him to ride from his hotel in Washington, D.C. to the NPR Music offices. Calling it “The Other Side,” Chance debuted it in the middle of his remarkable set, reading from his notes written out in black marker on sheets of typing paper.

“I still have all the keys that are of no use to me,” he began. “They used to, though. On the other side was a mansion on a hill, complete with L.A. pools and fireplaces and a rim made specifically for people that lie about being six feet to dunk on.”

Chance didn’t get much further before he was interrupted by one of the hazards of performing in an actual, working office: a building-wide page for someone to call the mailroom. But Chance rolled with it, cracking a quick joke before starting over again.

The night before arriving for his Tiny Desk set, Chance performed for more than 23,000 people at Jiffy Lube Live, an outdoor theater in Bristow, VA. The sold out arena and amphitheater shows of his current tour offer a stark contrast to the first time I saw Chance in concert back in 2013. Then, he was a 19-year old upstart rapping and singing for a handful of people at a tiny club in Austin, Texas. A lot has changed since then, and quickly. Chance’s most recent mix tape, Coloring Book, was widely ranked among the best albums of 2016 (some called it a masterpiece) and featured collaborations with a cast of hip-hop luminaries, from Kanye West to Lil Wayne and T-Pain.

Chance’s poem “The Other Side” was sandwiched between an opening version of “Juke Jam” from Coloring Book and another special gift just for his Tiny Desk appearance, a moving cover of Stevie Wonder’s 1974 song “They Won’t Go When I Go.”


Set List
“Juke Jam”
“They Won’t Go When I Go” (written by Stevie Wonder)

Chance The Rapper (vocals); Nico Segal (trumpet); Peter Wilkins (keys); Rachele Robinson (background vocals); Ben Lusher (background vocals); Elliot Skinner (background vocals); Richard Saunders (background vocals); Greg Landfair Jr., aka “Stix” (drums)

Producers: Robin Hilton, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Nick Michael, Morgan Noelle Smith, Tsering Bista; PA: Colin Marshall, Jenna Li; Photo: Claire Harbage/NPR.


Chancellor Johnathan Bennett (born April 16, 1993), known professionally as Chance the Rapper, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and philanthropis from the West Chatham neighborhood of ChicagoIllinois] In 2013, he began to gain recognition following the release of his second mixtape, Acid Rap. Apart from his solo career, he is also a member of the Chicago collective Save Money (along with frequent collaborator Vic Mensa), and has worked as the lead vocalist for the band The Social Experiment. They released the widely lauded album Surf in May 2015.

In May 2016, Bennett released his third mixtape Coloring Book to further critical acclaim. It earned him three Grammy awards, including for Best Rap AlbumColoring Book was the first streaming-only album to ever receive and win a Grammy nomination. In July 2017, Chance was nominated for an Emmy Award for his original song “Last Christmas” that was performed on Saturday Night Live. He shares the nomination with Kenan Thompson, Eli Brueggemann, and Will Stephen in the category for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics

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Real Drummer VS Computer Drums Feat. Jared Dines


Many of you have small but capable home studios where you write, record, and mix everything yourself. Chances are you play one or two instruments (guitar, keys, vocals, etc) and then you fill in your arrangements with virtual instruments. No shame in that. But let’s take a moment today to talk about drums.

Drums Can Make Or Break Your Mix

No matter how great the rest of your tracks sound, if your drums sound weak or amateur, your entire mix will sound weak and amateur. It’s just how things go. But drums are hard to record well. Seriously they are. Even the top pros spend way more time on drums than almost anything else because it’s such a complex instrument to record and mix well, and the payoff of a great drum sound is worth the effort.

But many of you either don’t have a drumset, drummer, or the confidence to record one. So you turn to loops, virtual drummers like Strike or EZ Drummer, or simply banging out beats on your keyboard controller. If you don’t have access to anyone who can play drums, then using “fake drums” (as I will call it here in this article) is really your best bet. I’ve done this before. Nothing to feel bad about. But if fear of not getting a great “real drums” sound is what’s holding you back, then we need to address something.

Real Drums Do More Than You Know

Plain and simple, a decent recording of a real drummer playing a real drum kit can do WAY more for your mix than a perfectly polished virtual drummer can do. It’s hard to measure, but the intangible feel, vibe, and energy that is created in real life gives so much validity and nuance to your recordings. The trick is to get a balanced and punchy sound of course, but that’s not nearly as hard as you might think.

Did you know that you can get a quality drum sound using only one microphone? Yep, even if all you have is a simple $100 studio microphone you can capture an entire kit and add life to your mix. Granted it will be a mono drum sound and you can’t fix many timing issues after the fact, but man it can sound great.

The big idea here is, even though we tend to think that a perfect sample will sound more professional in the mix, the truth is your average listener (who will ultimately be the judge of how good your mix is) will likely “connect” with and jive to the feel of a real drum kit more. They won’t know or care that you didn’t record it in a professional studio with 20 microphones. They will care instead that it has energy, excitement, and it moves them musically.

What Have You Got To Lose?

At the end of the day, the art and craft of recording is truly one involving trial and error. If up until this point you’ve only been using loops and sampled drums, today should serve as motivation and permission for you to try recording a real drum kit on your next project. Don’t have one? Track down a drummer, have him/her learn your songs and then mic it up as best you can. You have nothing to lose, honestly.

Do you use real drums or fake drums in your recordings? What are your thoughts?


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Why We Never Got To See Jackass 4

There’s been speculation about another Jackass sequel since the credits rolled on Jackass 3D in 2010. That last incarnation of the gross-out prankfest was so popular that Paramount released Jackass 3.5 a year later, which was full of unrated and outtakes from 3D. But fans still haven’t had their fill of the death-defying stunts and excrement-centered pranks they’ve grown to love in the first three movies. In the six years since Jackass 3.5, there’s been a ton of buzz about the next installment. Paramount Pictures supposedly registered a bunch of Jackass 4-related domain names. Johnny Knoxville said in a Reddit AMA that there were “no plans for another movie,” but they were “open to doing another.” Director Jeff Tremaine announced it would be shot in Australia, and Bam Margera even let it slip that they were toying with a Jackass sequel named in honor of the crew’s late buddy, Ryan Dunn. So why hasn’t another sequel happened yet? Is there a worldwide shortage of tasers and poo-cannons that we’re unaware of? Not quite. Here’s why we never got to see Jackass 4…

Johnny Hollywood | 1:05
Star schedules | 2:08
A dark cloud | 3:08
Margera’s sobriety | 3:59
Steve-O isn’t interested | 4:56
Aging out | 5:58
Director projects | 6:49


Jackass: The Movie was filmed with a modest budget of approximately $5 million, but earned more than $22 million during its opening weekend, effectively managing to secure the top spot at the box office for its debut. It eventually grossed more than $64 million in North America alone.

On September 22, 2006, Paramount Pictures released Jackass Number Two. A feature titled Jackass 2.5 was compiled from outtakes shot during the making of the second film and released direct-to-DVD on December 26, 2007.

In December 2009, Paramount Pictures and MTV Films issued a press release that a second sequel titled Jackass 3D would be made. It was released on October 15, 2010.The movie was filmed in 3Dstarting in January 2010. Jackass 3.5 was compiled from outtakes shot during the making of the third film. The film was released in weekly installments on Joost from April 1 through June 13, 2011.The entire film was then released direct-to-DVD on June 14, 2011.

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Watch The New Neill Blomkamp Directed Sci-Fi movie Rakka For Free Here! Feat. Sigourney Weaver!

RAKKA is the story of broken humanity following the invasion of a technologically superior alien species. Bleak harrowing and unrelenting, the humans we meet must find enough courage to go on fighting.


Chapter 1: World

The Earth will be attacked by technologically far superior and highly aggressive reptilian aliens in the near future. Humanity is nearing extinction. Millions have already died or have been enslaved. The extraterrestrials transform the earth in favor of its living conditions. They burn down forests, destroy cities and build huge megastructures that change the atmosphere and make the air less and less breathable for people, especially when approaching them. The structures also warm up the earth’s climate, causing the port cities to be flooded.

The story begins in 2020, from the point of view of a Texas unit, militia officers representing the remains of the US Army. The last surviving people live mostly in underground hiding places and houses ruins, and have just as much provisions, weapons and ammunition to resist. The resistance fighters use conventional projectiles, wheel armor cars, pick-up cars and technicals . They do not set aside explosives and are not afraid of suicide. On the other hand, all the high-tech extraterrestrials are based on a kind of oily-black nano- liquid, which can transform and solidify into tools, weapons, structures and spaceships. They also have telekinesis and telepathic powers. With the latter, they can influence and control animals and humans.

In order to counteract this, the resistors invented Brain Barriers (Brainlocks), which, however, can only be manufactured in very small quantities by hand. The reptilians know that humans do not follow production, and that the destruction of mankind is only a matter of time. The extraterrestrials have made the politicians their idle servants by means of brain implants and try to lure people voluntarily into concentration camps (“conservatories”) in order to break the last resistance. They also make experiments on people, of whom only the very least survive, or even escape.

Chapter 2: Amir & Nosh

Nosh is a technically savvy pyromaniac and bomb maker who lives as a hermit on a scrap yard. He is despised by the resistance fighters for his inclinations and demands, but they need the brain barrier hoods, which he builds and operate with him necessarily by barter.

The resistance fighters have in their custody Amir, who escaped from the aliens. The aliens experimented on Amir. They implanted cybernetics into Amir’s head and shoulders. Amid opposition from her lieutenants, the resistance leader, Jasper, releases Amir from her custody into the care of a resistance fighter named Sarah. Sarah, having lost her daughter to the the alien’s experiments, attaches to Amir. She looks after him, giving him food and drink while trying to persuade Amir to help the resistance fight the extraterrestrials using the precognitive powers he acquired as a result of the aliens’ experiments.

Chapter 3: Siege

Amir has recovered physically and mentally. He sees – thanks to his implants – in a future vision a wounded extraterrestrial on the run. Sarah asks him to help them, as the victim-ready militia will openly attack the extraterrestrials. If he helped them, the militia officers would not have to die and the terrible experiments he had to suffer from, and the genocide would finally stop. The more she talks to him, the more his eyes change and he sees the future vision of the impending attack more clearly. Amir, still dumb, foresaw that the militia succeeds in shooting an extraterrestrial space hunter and injuring the pilot. Sarah asks him if they will be able to learn how to hunt the reptilians and teach them how to fear. He still does not answer her and still sees that the wounded extraterrestrial hurls one of the militia officers against a wall by means of telekinesis, thereby dropping his brain barrier, telepathically fighting him for himself. But this is after his own comrades after several times warning was shot after he wounded a comrade. Sarah tells Amir that he now has the powers the aliens have and that he is to use them for humanity. Finally, he sees how the militia succeeds in shooting the extraterrestrials, whereupon the commander orders Jasper to cut off his head. Sarah urges the still dumb amir to use his abilities now, they have no other alternative.


  • Sigourney Weaver as Jasper
  • Eugene Khumbanyiwa as Amir
  • Robert Hobbs as Carl
  • Carly Pope as Sarah
  • Brandon Auret as Nosh
  • Mike Huff as Policeman
  • Owen McCrae as Klum
  • Connor Page as Child
  • Jay Anstey as A suicide bomber
  • Justin Shaw as Man in medical device
  • Carla Marais as eight-year-old girl
  • Ryan Angilley as Martinez
  • Alec Gillis as Militia officer 1
  • Ruan Coetzee as Militia officer 2
  • Paul Davies as Militia officer 3
  • Pieter Jacobz as Militia officer 4

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