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Anime profile pictures are an increasingly popular way to showcase your interests. They are aesthetically pleasing, and you can find a number of gorgeous anime girls to choose from. If they’re lit from within, they’ll even reflect light. And if you like to experiment with your profile picture, you can even make it yourself! Here are a few tips for choosing the perfect anime profile picture. And don’t forget to change it regularly to keep your profile looking fresh and new!

Anime profile pictures are becoming increasingly popular

As the popularity of anime grows, so too do the various ways that you can show off your fandom. In addition to anime-profile pictures, you can also use fanart and screenshots from anime shows to make your profile look more interesting. Anime profile pictures are a great way to show off your personality and taste in anime without compromising style. And since anime profile pictures are also very easy to share, they’re the perfect way to showcase your fandom.

Anime PFP is a website dedicated to putting together a gallery of anime-profile pictures. Each profile picture comes with a short description and download link. Each wallpaper represents an individual’s tastes and is free to use. Anime PFP wallpapers are perfect for any anime lover’s profile, and they can be downloaded for free. While you’re here, check out the gallery below for some ideas for your next profile picture.

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They are of beautiful anime girls

The beautiful anime girls of the series are all different in appearance and personality, but they all have something in common. They have unique and colorful personalities, as well as a similar love of music. Some of the most beautiful anime girls in the series include Chitoge Kirisaki, Aizen, and Mizuki. In this article, we will explore some of these women and discuss their unique characteristics and unique personalities. In addition, we will look at how each character’s personality and appearance are reflected in their respective anime series.

Yamato: This cheerful young woman has a hulk-like boyfriend, and she bakes cookies for him every time he visits. Her strawberry-blond hair and brown eyes make her look innocent and cute, and she knows how to use her innocent looks to her advantage. But her biggest flaw is her self-insertion. In anime, this trope is the most common. It’s so prevalent in manga and anime that it is hard to find an anime girl without it.

They are visually appealing

Anime profile pictures are great for showcasing your taste in anime. You can choose an anime girl, gun toting manga character, or a screenshot of an anime show to make your profile picture look visually appealing. These profile pictures can be found online or created by you. They show your personality and sense of style, and are a great way to express yourself online. So, what are you waiting for? Start searching for the perfect anime profile picture today!

Aesthetically appealing anime profile pictures are the perfect choice for people who value aesthetics. Because these characters are often brightly colored, they appeal to people who enjoy aesthetics. These profile pictures are also easy to find online and can be uploaded to social media sites. They can make your avatar look more realistic and show off your anime fandom to your friends. You can also add GIFs or screenshots to your profile if you want to spice up your avatar.

They help express your personality

Anime profile pictures are often cute girls, gunslingers, or waifs, but they also can be a more sophisticated way to express your personality. Depending on your personal tastes, you may even create your own avatar, which can be shared with other users. It’s a fun way to show your fandom without being overtly sexual. If you’re an anime fan, it’s likely that your friends will also appreciate your choice.

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If you love anime, you’ll want to display your love for the genre by posting fanart images. If you’re particularly into a certain character, you could even post a screenshot of that character. These images are a great way to show your fandom, and they’re easy to share with others. Regardless of which style you choose, you’ll be able to stand out from the crowd with anime-profile pictures.

They are appropriate for the type of community you’re in

If you love anime, you might be interested in using an anime character as your profile picture. You could go with Miu, the character from the My-Dress Up series, who has a sexy bust and a cute bottom. She’s also a world-class medical ninja. These two features make her the perfect choice for an anime profile picture.

Anime profile pictures tend to appeal to aesthetic people more than those who dislike them. Anime character profile pictures are generally attractive images of anime protagonists. People who are aesthetic often choose anime profile pictures because they can show their fandom and help them communicate with others. You can also use anime profile pictures if you’re not familiar with the series. These pictures are easy to find and make great profile pictures.

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Review: SAMARITAN, A Sly Stallone Superhero Stumble

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Review: SAMARITAN, A Sly Stallone Superhero Stumble

Hitting the three-quarter-century mark usually means a retirement home, a nursing facility, or if you’re lucky to be blessed with relatively good health and savings to match, living in a gated community in Arizona or Florida.

For Sylvester Stallone, however, it means something else entirely: starring in the first superhero-centered film of his decades-long career in the much-delayed Samaritan. Unfortunately for Stallone and the audience on the other side of the screen, the derivative, turgid, forgettable results won’t get mentioned in a career retrospective, let alone among the ever-expanding list of must-see entries in a genre already well past its peak.

For Stallone, however, it’s better late than never when it involves the superhero genre. Maybe in getting a taste of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) with his walk-on role in the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel several years ago, Stallone thought anything Marvel can do, I can do even better (or just as good in the nebulous definition of the word).

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The property Stallone and his team found for him, Samaritan, a little-known graphic novel released by a small, almost negligible, publisher, certainly takes advantage of Stallone’s brute-force physicality and his often underrated talent for near-monosyllabic brooding (e.g., the Rambo series), but too often gives him to little do or say as the lone super-powered survivor, the so-called “Samaritan” of the title, of a lifelong rivalry with his brother, “Nemesis.” Two brothers entered a fire-ravaged building and while both were presumed dead, one brother did survive (Stallone’s Joe Smith, a garbageman by day, an appliance repairman by night).

In the Granite City of screenwriter Bragi F. Schut (Escape Room, Season of the Witch), the United States, and presumably the rest of the world, teeters on economic and political collapse, with a recession spiraling into a depression, steady gigs difficult, if not impossible, to obtain, and the city’s neighborhoods rocked by crime and violence. No one’s safe, not even 13-year-old Sam (Javon Walker), Joe’s neighbor.

When he’s not dodging bullies connected to a gang, he’s falling under the undue influence of Cyrus (Pilou Asbæk), a low-rent gang leader with an outsized ego and the conviction that he and only he can take on Nemesis’s mantle and along with that mantle, a hammer “forged in hate,” to orchestrate a Bane-like plan to plunge the city into chaos and become a wealthy power-broker in the process.

Schut’s woefully underwritten script takes a clumsy, haphazard approach to world-building, relying on a two-minute animated sequence to open Samaritan while a naive, worshipful Sam narrates Samaritan and Nemesis’s supposedly tragic, Cain and Abel-inspired backstory. Schut and director Julius Avery (Overlord) clumsily attempt to contrast Sam’s childish belief in messiah-like, superheroic saviors stepping in to save humanity from itself and its own worst excesses, but following that path leads to authoritarianism and fascism (ideas better, more thoroughly explored in Watchmen and The Boys).

While Sam continues to think otherwise, Stallone’s superhero, 25 years past his last, fatal encounter with his presumably deceased brother, obviously believes superheroes are the problem and not the solution (a somewhat reasonable position), but as Samaritan tracks Joe and Sam’s friendship, Sam giving Joe the son he never had, Joe giving Sam the father he lost to street violence well before the film’s opening scene, it gets closer and closer to embracing, if not outright endorsing Sam’s power fantasies, right through a literally and figuratively explosive ending. Might, as always, wins regardless of how righteous or justified the underlying action.

It’s what superhero audiences want, apparently, and what Samaritan uncritically delivers via a woefully under-rendered finale involving not just unconvincing CGI fire effects, but a videogame cut-scene quality Stallone in a late-film flashback sequence that’s meant to be subversively revelatory, but will instead lead to unintentional laughter for anyone who’s managed to sit the entirety of Samaritan’s one-hour and 40-minute running time.

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Samaritan is now streaming worldwide on Prime Video.

Samaritan

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  • Sylvester Stallone
  • Javon ‘Wanna’ Walton
  • Pilou Asbæk

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Matt Shakman Is In Talks To Direct ‘Fantastic Four’

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According to a new report, Wandavision’s Matt Shakman is in talks to direct the upcoming MCU project, Fantastic Four. Marvel Studios has been very hush-hush regarding Fantastic Four to the point where no official announcements have been made other than the film’s release date. No casting news or literally anything other than rumors has been released regarding the project. We know that Fantastic Four is slated for release on November 8th, 2024, and will be a part of Marvel’s Phase 6. There are also rumors that the cast of the new Fantastic Four will be announced at the D23 Expo on September 9th.

Fantastic Four is still over two years from release, and we assume we will hear more news about the project in the coming months. However, the idea of the Fantastic Four has already been introduced into the MCU. John Krasinski played Reed Richards aka Mr. Fantastic in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The cameo was a huge deal for fans who have been waiting a long time for the Fantastic Four to enter the MCU. When Disney acquired Twenty Century Fox in 2019 we assumed that the Fox Marvel characters would eventually make their way into the MCU. It’s been 3 years and we already have had an X-Men and Fantastic Four cameo – even if they were from another universe.

Deadline is reporting that Wandavision’s Matt Shakman is in talks to direct Fantastic Four. Shakman served as the director for Wandavision and has had an extensive career. He directed two episodes of Game of Thrones and an episode of The Boys, and he had a long stint on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. There is nothing official yet, but Deadline’s sources say that Shakman is currently in talks for the job and things are headed in the right direction.

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To be honest, I was a bit more excited when Jon Watts was set to direct. I’m sure Shakman is a good director, but Watts proved he could handle a tentpole superhero film with Spider-Man: Homecoming. Wandavision was good, but Watts’ style would have been perfect for Fantastic Four. The film is probably one of the most anticipated films in Marvel’s upcoming slate films and they need to find the best person they can to direct. Is that Matt Shakman? It could be, but whoever takes the job must realize that Marvel has a lot riding on this movie. The other Fantastic Four films were awful and fans deserve better. Hopefully, Marvel knocks it out of the park as they usually do. You can see for yourself when Fantastic Four hits theaters on November 8th, 2024.

Film Synopsis: One of Marvel’s most iconic families makes it to the big screen: the Fantastic Four.

Source: Deadline

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Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase Star in ‘Zombie Town’ Mystery Teen Romancer (Exclusive)

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Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase have entered Zombie Town, a mystery teen romancer based on author R.L. Stine’s book of the same name.

The indie, now shooting in Ontario, also stars Henry Czerny and co-teen leads Marlon Kazadi and Madi Monroe. The ensemble cast includes Scott Thompson and Bruce McCulloch of the Canadian comedy show Kids in the Hall.

Canadian animator Peter Lepeniotis will direct Zombie Town. Stine’s kid’s book sees a quiet town upended when 12-year-old Mike and his friend, Karen, see a horror movie called Zombie Town and unexpectedly see the title characters leap off the screen and chase them through the theater.

Zombie Town will premiere in U.S. theaters before streaming on Hulu and then ABC Australia in 2023.

“We are delighted to bring the pages of R.L. Stine’s Zombie Town to the screen and equally thrilled to be working with such an exceptional cast and crew on this production. A three-time Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award winner with book sales of over $500 million, R.L. Stine has a phenomenal track record of crafting stories that engage and entertain audiences,” John Gillespie, Trimuse Entertainment founder and executive producer, said in a statement.

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Executive producers are Trimuse Entertainment, Toonz Media Group, Lookout Entertainment, Viva Pictures and Sons of Anarchy actor Kim Coates.  

Paco Alvarez and Mark Holdom of Trimuse negotiated the deal to acquire the rights to Stine’s Zombie Town book.

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