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The Walt Disney Company announced this afternoon that after a decade and a half, studio executive Sean Bailey is leaving the studio. His replacement has already been picked: fellow suit David Greenbaum, effective immediately.
“Connect” is an urban legend. People say it’s a legend because they have never met anybody who was a real Connect. But what is it? A Connect is a person who does not die. That must be a legend. That can’t be real. Right?
♦ There are Two Places You Should Never Go: A Prison and a Hospital
Netflix’s BEEF was one of their most popular shows last year. The title refers not to a bovine meat product but that simmering rage that boils between two rivals. “I got a BEEF with you” is the expression.
Everybody wants to ride the Korean wave. These days there are lots of ways for K-drama addicts to get their “fix”.
Lente, a young video game developer from The Netherlands, grew up in and around boats. While entering college, she purchased her own small boat to live on and reduce her cost of living. And while on that boat, she began work on Spilled!, a game about the floating structures that have defined her life. Now the crowdfunding campaign for the game is live.
Movie studio Lionsgate has the rights to a Naruto movie…which is not a recent development. They have actually been trying to get one off the ground since 2015. Every now and then we hear of some movement on the project, but silence afterward. Will this be the time things progress far enough to shooting? We’ll see.
If you were pleased with the performance of Park Min Young and you are looking for K-drama alternates that are similar to “Marry My Husband”, where she is the lead female character, here are 5 K-drama alternate series you are sure to enjoy. The first 4 on the list are all 16 episodes and categorized as either Romance or Romantic Comedy (Rom-Com).
This a historical period drama about female historians, who took their jobs just as seriously as their male counterparts. They experienced gender discrimination but overcame it.
About a decade ago people were telling me I had to start watching this new True Detective show on HBO. “It’s the best show ever!” they told me. My slow self didn’t even start to consider it until Season 2 was already a thing, at which point people were NOW telling me “don’t bother, it’s garbage now.” I thought I’d just never hear about True Detective anymore, but now that it’s made it all the way to Season 4, people are telling me to watch it again? Make up your minds!
Nintendo is still keeping mum about their future plans (almost like they’re saving them for a future console) but this morning’s Nintendo Direct proves there will still be plenty to play this year from companies that aren’t them.
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