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Is The Forever Purge the Last Film in the Franchise?

Still from The Forever Purge

Still from The Forever Purge
Image: Universal Pictures

On July 2, Universal Pictures dropped the fifth Purge film: The Forever Purge.

Franchise creator James DeMonaco directed the first three films, The Purge, The Purge: Anarchy, and The Purge: Election Year, but is the screenwriter for all five films, including The First Purge and The Forever Purge. DeMonaco has kept his films adjacent to what’s happening in real life, and The Forever Purge is no different. When talking with EW, the director expressed wanting to add an extra element to the newest film.

“No joke, I

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Master abstract photography with reflections

Discover another world of abstract photography. All you need is a little creativity and a lot of patience – Mike Curry shares his technique


Your guide: Mike Curry
Mike has been a professional photographer for 39 years. His work has won awards in international photography competitions and has been published in the Sunday Times Magazine and Outdoor Photography magazine. In 2017 Mike had a book published by Triplekite Publishing named Fleeting Reflections. Mike is also a Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography. Visit www.mikecurryphotography.com

Have you ever noticed flashes of colours and shapes reflected in

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11 Tips for Great Nature Photos That Stand Out From the Crowd

So, you just bought a fancy new telephoto or macro lens and can’t wait to get in super tight, frame-filling photos on a cool subject of animals or plants set off against a posterboard smooth background. After all, that’s why you spent lots of money on those lenses, right?

These kinds of traditional nature photos are sure to impress, and I’m happy to have a few in my own portfolio; there’s no denying that they look great on the screen or as a big print on the wall! But after a while, shooting this way can get a bit stagnant,

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The Office of Nightlife wants to bring 24-hour entertainment districts to NYC

The city that never sleeps is considering new 24-hour entertainment districts that would allow New Yorkers to party all night long.

The NYC Office of Nightlife (ONL), which the city set up to help struggling music venues stay afloat and is led by the city’s first Nightlife Mayor, Ariel Palitz, released its first-ever report this summer, floating ideas like a nightlife museum and funding efforts to soundproof clubs around town. Additional advice includes tips to create programs that seek to support DIY venues and events and the use of underutilized spaces as sites for cultural programming of all sorts.

But

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Iowa man arrested after firearms found in Chicago hotel room overlooking July 4 festivities

Keegan Casteel, 32, is charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

An Iowa man has been arrested after a rifle and ammunition were found near a window inside his hotel room in downtown Chicago on the Fourth of July, officials said.

A member of the cleaning staff at the W Hotel alerted authorities about firearms he found “in a very suspicious position inside one of the rooms” on Sunday, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said Tuesday.

The rifle and handgun, along

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Film room: Analyzing Duke men’s basketball forward Bates Jones

Ahead of Coach K’s final season, Duke men’s basketball is bringing in several new players to Durham. In this series, we analyze film on each of the Blue Devils’ new signees and transfers for the 2021-22 season.

He may not be the most notable member of his family in Duke athletics history, but Bates Jones will still have a role for Blue Devil men’s basketball—albeit a fairly small one.

The younger brother of former Duke quarterback Daniel and the older brother of women’s soccer goalie Ruthie, Jones enters the fray after a four-year career at Davidson. The 6-foot-8 forward started

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Singing celebrities make film urging Britons to get Covid jab | Coronavirus

Celebrities including the comedian David Walliams and actor Jim Broadbent have called on their fellow Britons to “get back to the rhythm of life”, by getting vaccinated against Covid.

In the film, which is to the tune of a song from the 1966 musical Sweet Charity, Broadbent enters an empty theatre before celebrities including Walliams, actors Asa Butterfield, Colin Salmon, Derek Jacobi and Don Warrington, and singer Nicola Roberts take the stage to perform the song.

Before the launch, Little Britain co-creator Walliams said: “The NHS has done an absolutely fantastic job rolling out Covid-19 vaccines at such speed and,

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AMC Entertainment Is Playing a Movie That Won’t End Well

I’m sure many investors in AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) have stopped reading this article just based on the headline. And others are ready to tell me I don’t get it. So let me be clear. When it comes to AMC stock, I understand your point. I just disagree with it.

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In 2021, AMC stock is at its record high. More specifically, investors are paying twice as much per share as the previous all-time high set for AMC stock in 2016. This is in the face of earnings that were dipping before the

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Best TV Shows of 2021 So Far

Will 2021 be known as the year TV binges went bust?

Halfway through the year in television, the majority of the best, most talked-about shows haven’t been the ones that just dropped all of their episodes on a Friday, but ones that conjured up the old TV pleasure of getting one installment per week, or maybe two. Some of this reflected a resurgence from traditional linear cable channels like HBO, but a lot was simply the fact that the newer streaming services seem more willing to experiment with release models: binges for some, weekly and/or hybrids for others. Even Netflix’s

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