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Daily Archives: April 8, 2016

The Audacious Eleven Podcast: Welcome Spring

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The Biff Bam Pop! Podcast Network presents The Audacious Eleven Podcast, featuring Wendy Sheridan, Mary McGinley, Donna Juzva, and Biff Bam Pop’s own Robin Renee.

Audacious Eleven is a reality podcast that ventures from Pagan spirituality and life empowerment to technology, entrepreneurship, love, sex, and fandom.  This week Audacious Eleven welcomes Spring, see and hear more after the jump.

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Trailer Time – Penny Dreadful Season Three

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The end of the world is coming to Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful” this season. The psychological thriller that blends Victorian horrors into a tapestry of literary terror and shock is back, adding Patti LuPone and Wes Studi to the cast, as well as bring Dr. Henry Jekyll into the fold. Check out the trailer after the jump.

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Sneak Peek at Avengers: Ultron Revolution – The Thunderbolts

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This Sunday, April 10, MARVEL’S AVENGERS: ULTRON REVOLUTION returns with an action-packed new episode airing at – 8:30am/7:30c on Disney X-D. Tune in for the brand-new episode “The Thunderbolts” where the Avengers must work with a new super hero team, the Thunderbolts, to defeat an old nemesis!  Check out the video preview after the jump.

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Melissa McCarthy looks to prove she’s The Boss this weekend

It should be an interesting weekend at the box office, as pundits continue to observe the financial repercussions of the dark tone of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Will the film hold on to the top spot, or will a new comedy be able to take it down? Here’s our prediction:

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Melissa McCarthy is very much the golden star of comedies right now. Her movies typically bring in a strong, cross-section of people – women and men like her because she’s damn funny. Even though reviews for her latest, The Boss, are far from the definition of good, people are usually willing to go out and see her films. This one should be no different. Look for a first place showing with $24 million.

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