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 on: Yesterday at 08:58:56 pm 
Started by Final Dread, the Unquiet Earth, Ghostland, Armageddon - Last post by Final Dread, the Unquiet Earth, Ghostland, Armageddon
 i was haunted by a ghost from the freemantle haunted prison in austrailia when i visited.

By Salt Cake,

So right now im 14 and its been almost four years since I left austrailia. some information before I begin.

I lived down under becoase of my dads job. he worked for bectal after leaving the military and is now retired.

we had more money back then and went to some cool places like monkey mia and every goddamm beach there.

but over all I was miserable. I wont go into it but when I came back to the states I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety due to what happened those few years.

while I was there I felt so alone and scared. my own twin brother hated me , I couldn't reach to my parents and I had no friends.

as we all know , ghosts like lonely people.

I went to the prison twice and the second time was when this all happened.

Onto the story : quick note! I have horrid grammar.

 

So it was our second time going to the freemantle haunted prison. at the time I thought believing in ghosts was stupid and that people who did were idiots.

we were on the tour as usual and we got to the hanging room.

I wasn't very scared but then I saw a pale man with thinning hair being hung...but I could see right through him. I looked around and only younger kids were visibly shooken by this. I asked the tour guide what the hell was going on and he gave me a look.

"miss theres nothing there"

holy ****.

I was terrified. me and the children ran out and I leaned on a rail.

I went over to my parents and told them what happened. they said I was just scared being only 9 or so.

I believed them and we continued the tour.

I felt eyes burning into the back of my head. I kept looking behind me but no one was there. I was at the very back of the group.

we were with some friends. I had a crush on the blonde boy who we'll call tater tot.

so I walk up to him and ask "did you see that in there?"

he says no.

Anyway his family leaves early becoase they have a flight to America later.

so its just me and the others.

I still feel watched.

we're in the courtyard and im looking at the windows and I see a woman with her hair up wearing a white dress. like her hair looked like mary poppins and her dress was similar but all white. guess what time the freemantle prison was open? the late 1800's. the dress style of mary poppins was late 1800's and early 1900's.

I stared for a while before stepping back to my parents. the woman disappeared.

 

when I got home...I saw him...the man.

he was just outside my window.

he was there until I moved back to America at the age 11.

he hasn't been around.

so that's how I was haunted.

I named the ghost jerry btw.

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 on: May 17, 2019, 01:15:00 pm 
Started by It Crawled from Out of the Sea, the Leviathon from the Depth - Last post by It Crawled from Out of the Sea, the Leviathon from the Depth
Report: Robert Pattinson May Be the Next Batman
BLAIR MARNELLTHURSDAY, MAY 16, 2019
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Report: Robert Pattinson May Be the Next Batman
Earlier this year, the era of Batfleck passed when Ben Affleck confirmed that he has stepped aside from his role as the Dark Knight. Now, Variety is reporting that the next Batman has been found. Former Twilight star Robert Pattinson is reportedly the top pick to play Bruce Wayne/Batman in The Batman.

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The report notes that Pattinson’s deal hasn’t been signed, so nothing is final yet. However, Pattinson is “expected to close [the deal] shortly.” At 33, Pattinson wouldn’t be the youngest Batman on the big screen. Christian Bale was only 31 when Batman Begins was released in 2005. But if Pattinson is the choice, it would fulfill director Matt Reeves’ desire to tell a story about a younger Batman. Affleck portrayed an older Bruce Wayne who had spent two decades as the Dark Knight.

RELATED: The Batman Gets a 2021 Release Date
Since his breakout role in the Twilight films, Pattinson has largely stayed away from blockbuster films. His credits include Maps to the Stars, Queen of the Desert,

Life, The Lost City of Z, and Good Time. More recently, Pattinson starred in High Life, a sci-fi/horror film that was released earlier this year.

The Batman is currently slated to hit theaters on June 25, 2021. Once the title role is settled, other casting announcements should quickly follow. Variety indicates that the film may begin pre-production this summer.

How do you feel about Robert Pattinson as the next Batman? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!


Read more at https://www.superherohype.com/movies/448901-robert-pattinson-may-be-the-next-batman#HZeiS9QDMRzfcc9K.99

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 on: May 17, 2019, 10:15:31 am 
Started by Bringer of Rain, Thunder and Snow, an Undying Saga of Earth - Last post by Bringer of Rain, Thunder and Snow, an Undying Saga of Earth
Paramount is Planning New Films Based on the Atlas Comics Library
JAKE ABBATETHURSDAY, MAY 16, 2019
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount Pictures may have stumbled upon a wellspring of untapped franchise potential. The studio has just made a deal with producer Steven Paul, who recently gained a majority interest in the Atlas Comics library. Paul and Paramount will join forces to turn several Atlas properties into feature films.

Paul is best known as a producer of both Nicolas Cage-led Ghost Rider films as well as 2017’s Ghost in the Shell adaptation. His first task in making this new venture a reality is assembling a writers’ room that will “develop and build out the universe of characters from the expansive Atlas library.” Leading this team of nine wordsmiths is Akiva Goldsman, who won an Oscar for writing A Beautiful Mind in 2001.

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Goldsman is no stranger to comic book adaptations. He has a bit of a stigma attached to his name from writing 1997’s Batman & Robin. However, he’s managed to redeem himself in recent years thanks to his better-received work on DC Universe’s Titans, which he developed with Geoff Johns and Greg Berlanti. Goldsman is also a writer and producer on Star Trek: Discovery. He was previously part of the writers’ room tasked with plotting the future of Paramount’s Transformers series.

Atlas Comics was born from the remains of Timely Comics in the 1950s. Throughout this decade, it served as an early home for Captain America, the android Human Torch, and the Sub-Mariner. The company eventually evolved into Marvel Comics in 1961.

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Paramount is hoping to start production on the first Atlas-derived film in 2020 with an eye to release it in 2021. Apparently, the studio is also planning to start a tradition of releasing one Atlas movie each year after that. Paul announced the deal with Paramount at a press conference earlier this week, and he has bold intentions for the Atlas universe.

“We’re still counting the characters,” said Paul. His presentation reportedly included blown-up covers of issues featuring characters like Tiger-Man, Sgt. Stryker’s Death Squad, and Devilina. “Marvel has 4,700. I want to be up there.”

“What an opportunity that we have with the Atlas universe, which spans so many genres: superheroes, sci-fi, fantasy, supernatural, horror, creatures, vampires, cops, cowboys, soldiers,” added Goldsman. “The breadth of this material is extraordinary.”

Are you excited to see Atlas Comics characters make their way to the big screen? Which series should Paramount adapt first? Give us your impressions in the comment section below!

TAGS: ATLAS COMICS, PARAMOUNT

Read more at https://www.superherohype.com/movies/448885-paramount-is-planning-new-films-based-on-the-atlas-comics-library#uEjfeKSI4POYuQdk.99

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 on: May 17, 2019, 10:13:29 am 
Started by Bringer of Rain, Thunder and Snow, an Undying Saga of Earth - Last post by Bringer of Rain, Thunder and Snow, an Undying Saga of Earth
https://youtu.be/5VihzrtQOGc

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 on: May 17, 2019, 10:13:10 am 
Started by Bringer of Rain, Thunder and Snow, an Undying Saga of Earth - Last post by Bringer of Rain, Thunder and Snow, an Undying Saga of Earth
The Green Fights Back in Swamp Thing’s Latest Trailer
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The Green Fights Back in Swamp Thing’s Latest Trailer
Later this month, DC Universe is bringing Len Wein and artist Bernie Wrightson’s iconic hero, Swamp Thing, back to live-action. While glimpses of the titular creature are still rare, Swamp Thing‘s latest trailer plays up the horror as the swamp itself seems to retaliate against humanity.

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Readers of the Swamp Thing comics should know that the “swamp” is actually a manifestation of The Green, an elemental force that connects all forms of plant life on Earth. The Green doesn’t exactly have warm feelings for mankind, especially now. Within the series, Alec Holland (Andy Bean) and Abby Arcane (Crystal Reed) are CDC doctors who are investigating a deadly virus. At the same time, they’re growing closer and forming a romantic bond. But the new footage shows Alec and Abby facing the dire consequences because of the swamp’s rage. It also appears to depict part of Alec’s transformation into Swamp Thing (Derek Mears).

RELATED: Abby Arcane Meets the Monster of Her Dreams in New Swamp Thing Teaser
Maria Sten co-stars in the series as Liz Tremayne, with Henderson Wade as Matt Cable, and Jennifer Beals as Lucilia Cable. Jeryl Prescott is portraying Madame Xanadu, while Ian Ziering is playing Daniel Cassidy, a faded movie star who is destined to become Blue Devil. Will Patton and Virginia Madsen also star in the series as Avery and Maria Sunderland.

Swamp Thing will premiere on May 31 on DC Universe. What do you think about the new teaser? Let us know in the comment section below!


Read more at https://www.superherohype.com/tv/448829-the-green-fights-back-in-swamp-things-latest-trailer#HZxE3qrRjmtEUlOR.99

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 on: May 16, 2019, 01:52:59 pm 
Started by Cult of the Sun, Night of the Unliving Doomed, Haunted Souls - Last post by Cult of the Sun, Night of the Unliving Doomed, Haunted Souls
Game of Thrones Series Finale Photos Prepare for the End
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Game of Thrones Series Finale Photos Prepare for the End
HBO is being cagey as ever with the first Game of Thrones series finale photos. They’ve debuted just two images from the last episode of the fantasy series. Check those out below and look for the series finale this Sunday!

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RELATED: Lena Headey Opens up About Her Character’s Fate in Game of Thrones
Based on the popular book series “A Song of Ice and Fire,” by George R.R. Martin, the Emmy-winning fantasy series chronicles an epic struggle for power in a vast and violent kingdom. The series stars Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams.

Executive producers of Game of Thrones Season 8 are David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, Carolyn Strauss, Frank Doelger, and Bernadette Caulfield. Co-executive producers are Guymon Casady, Vince Gerardis, George R.R. Martin and Bryan Cogman. Producers are Chris Newman, Greg Spence, and Lisa McAtackney.

RELATED: Game of Thrones Ratings Hit Series High with Penultimate Episode
The final season of Game of Thrones likely won’t be our last trip to Westeros, as HBO has greenlit a pilot set 1,000 years before the events of the wildly popular sword and sorcery epic. Naomi Watts and Josh Whitehouse have been cast in the prequel series. S.J. Clarkson (The Defenders, Jessica Jones) will direct the pilot. Additionally, George R.R. Martin has said the network is moving forward with two other spin-offs.


Read more at https://www.superherohype.com/news/448607-game-of-thrones-series-finale-photos#uVs4waHydB81lCF6.99

 7 
 on: May 15, 2019, 10:14:35 am 
Started by Black Dog Sun, the End of the Ancient World, Antediluvian X - Last post by It Crawled from Out of the Sea, the Leviathon from the Depth
New Captain Marvel Featurette Gives Goose His Due
JAKE ABBATETUESDAY, MAY 14, 2019
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New Captain Marvel Featurette Gives Goose His Due
Captain Marvel took fans back to 1995 to explore a previously unseen chapter in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And while Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers asserted herself as welcome addition to the MCU, there was another character who managed to upstage her in several scenes. Of course, we’re talking about Goose, the Flerken cat.

Ahead of Captain Marvel’s home video release, Entertainment Weekly has previewed a new featurette highlighting Goose’s role in the film. In keeping with the film’s mid-’90s tone, the clip comes complete with an epic-voiced narrator and a hazy VHS veneer. But more importantly, it provides often hilarious insight into the alien feline’s journey to the big screen.


“When we were working on the first outline for this movie, and we shared it with Kevin Feige, his first note was, ‘We need 200% more Goose,” joked co-director Anna Boden. “We gave it to him.”

RELATED: Captain Marvel Blu-ray and Digital Release Dates Revealed
The video also showcases concept art and new behind-the-scenes footage. Although his job was primarily to look adorable, casting Goose was no easy feat. Executive producer Jonathan Schwartz explained that they “auditioned a few different cats.” However, they wound up mainly using a tabby named Reggie. According to the narrator, “Reggie’s unique sense of humor and comedic timing were an asset to filmmakers.”

Goose proved to be a reliable source of comic relief throughout Captain Marvel’s runtime. He was also a vital part of the film’s marketing campaign. Back in February, Marvel broadcasted an hour-long livestream of the cat just playing with toys and napping. Even Nick Fury himself, Samuel L. Jackson, showed up to say hi.

Captain Marvel will be available to own digitally on May 28 and on Blu-ray on June 11. You can view the film’s Goose featurette below, then tell us what you think in the comment section!


Read more at https://www.superherohype.com/movies/448489-new-captain-marvel-featurette-gives-goose-his-due#qleugZmQPBXzPRmL.99

 8 
 on: May 15, 2019, 10:13:06 am 
Started by It Crawled from Out of the Sea, the Leviathon from the Depth - Last post by It Crawled from Out of the Sea, the Leviathon from the Depth
‘Avengers’ Editors Cut ‘Infinity War’ and ‘Endgame’ From 900 Hours of Footage: ‘Absolutely Hellish’
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Zack Sharf
IndiewireMay 13, 2019

[Editor’s note: The following post contains spoilers for “Avengers: Endgame.”]

Making “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame” was a mammoth task for directors Anthony and Joe Russo, but it was even more of a massive undertaking for editors Jeffrey Ford and Matthew Schmidt. The two editors spent two years editing the Marvel Cinematic Universe tentpoles back to back, and they recently revealed to Business Insider that in order to pull off both films they had to figure out what to do with 900 hours of shot footage.

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“It was a massive amount of footage with three, sometimes four units working every day pumping out material,” Ford said. “And I’m not even including the motion-capture footage. But if you do a bit at a time you can get through it.”

In order to get both films done, the editing duo had to split up the duties on “Infinity War” and “Endgame.” The Russo brothers shot both movies back to back and the editing team cut together as much as possible in real time. While Ford was editing together “Infinity War” and overseeing the final stages of post-production, Schmidt assembled the first cut of “Endgame” while it was being filmed.

“We showed them a version of ‘Endgame’ [within] about a week, week-and-a-half of principal photography being done,” Schmidt said.

“We were cutting every day, we were refining, we were figuring out what we were going to reshoot, figuring out what we had to finish,” Ford said about the process. “It was a constant state of preproduction, production, and post-production all at the same time for almost a year straight. And then when we finished that year of insanity, we went right into an absolutely hellish, almost impossible post production period that lasted from January to April when we delivered ‘Infinity War,’ and that was one of the most intense periods of filmmaking I ever experienced, and I have worked on some crazy movies.”

Ford and Schmidt also revealed some parts of “Endgame” that changed in the editing room. One of the big decisions the editors were involved in was figuring out where the Avengers show up during the Battle of New York when they travel back in time. Ford said they played with having the superheroes arrive in the past when Hulk grabs Loki and smashes him around. A different entry point was written into the script.

“The script had us showing up right when Tony flies through the Leviathan and blows it up from the inside,” Ford said. “But when we screened it for audiences in test screenings we realized it took a few minutes for them to acclimate themselves. It wasn’t landing the way we wanted. So we tried other versions.”

Ultimately the iconic shot from “The Avengers” of the main superheroes preparing for battle as the camera rotates in a circle around them won out. “It was the cleanest and most epic transition back into ‘Avengers 1,'” Ford said.

“Avengers: Endgame” is now playing in theaters nationwide

https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/avengers-editors-cut-infinity-war-171152301.html

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 on: May 15, 2019, 08:10:07 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
Harp like = harp shaped

Around this Sea of Galilee were ten towns or villages, named Decapolis, that resonated with the ten kings of Atlantis. In Mark 5:1-10 we read how Jesus exorcised an Atlantis like army of a legion of demons from a possessed guy. These demons fled into a herd of pigs and jumped into the lake. I believe that Kirchner was channeled by the python spirit in Acts 16:16 to draw his Atlantis design. In a vision he saw an inversion of the Sea of Galilee. The Sea is also named Sea of Kennessaret. Kinor means in Hebrew, "harp

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 on: May 14, 2019, 02:08:59 pm 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
I am close to the fire because Kirchner also designed an aeolian harp. His Atlantis was the harp of David.

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