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English Comic Shops Open Up Tomorrow - After Three Months
As a result, in England, they have all been closed to the public for over three months, since the 28th of December 2020, and more as part of the current lockdown rules Tomorrow, the British government has stated that non-essential outlets in England can reopen in a measured factor And that included comic book shops[...]
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Speaking to "all biracial kids out there, adults too," Whittle opens up about what life was like for him growing up in England and confronting racism constantly He uses his story to remind others that they don't have to fit into the preconceived notions of others, that they have the right and responsibility to be[...]
Pennyworth released a preview of season 2 (Image: EPIX screencap)
With England in the midst of civil war and Lord Harwood's (Jason Flemyng) Raven Union looking to take control of the country, Alfred finds himself torn between looking out for himself and his clients (who are slowly becoming more and more like family) and keeping London from falling To do that, Alfred is looking to[...]
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) Directed by George Lucas Shown: Ewan McGregor (as Obi-Wan Kenobi)
So remember how the series was supposed to film in Boston beginning January 4? Well, it looks like it's still happening- but in Boston in England and not Massachusetts Boston's CBS affiliate WBZ TV reported that the posting from the Film & Television Industry Alliance on productionlist.com was updated to "Boston, England, United Kingdom, and[...]
The Witcher offered early looks at the second season. (Image: Netflix)
While the Halloween weekend brought a couple of treats for viewers in the form of some second-season creature first-looks, Tuesday brought the production a big, old "trick" in the form of England's recently-announced COVID lockdown that begins this Thursday So what does that mean for production? The Witcher offered early looks at the second season[...]
England, Go To Your Comic Shop This Week (Before Thursday)
Yesterday, as expected, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new lockdown for England and anyone else who wants to play along From Thursday, that means the closure of any non-essential shops, all restaurants and bars except for takeaway and delivery services Courts and medical centres will remain open, as will schools, colleges and universities Movement[...]