Teslas may soon be able to play elevator music and jazz through their external speakers, according to a Thursday tweet from Elon Musk.  It's not clear if Musk was serious about the new feature.  Tesla is well known for including playful features and Easter eggs, such as a fart mode, in its cars. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tesla CEO Elon Musk, known for including features like "fart mode" on cars, said Thursday that a new Tesla feature may be in the works: the ability to blast elevator music and jazz via external speakers.  Musk described it in a tweet, writing: "New Tesla feature coming that enables your car to play snake jazz or Polynesian elevator music through its outside speakers wherever you go." The speakers are primarily there to emit a pedestrian warning sound, as mandated by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration due to electric cars being nearly silent at low speeds.  New Tesla feature coming that enables your car to play snake jazz or Polynesian elevator music through its outside speakers wherever you go — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 20, 2020 It's unclear as of yet whether the feature will come to fruition, and Tesla didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider. But it's not unusual for Musk to announce new features, including just-for-kicks Easter eggs, via Twitter. For example, Musk at one point suggested that Tesla was working on a fart app, and the company actually went through with it.   Musk has expressed his appreciation for elevator music and "snake jazz" in recent tweets. The latter is a reference to an episode of the animated television show "Rick and Morty."Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: July 15 is Tax Day — here's what it's like to do your own taxes for the very first time
The first episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, the new animated sitcom on CBS All Access, can be watched for free on YouTube.
Star Trek: Lower Decks premieres today. Creator Mike McMahan talks Trek and the mind-bending challenges of his other job, Rick and Morty.
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Every month, TV Time provides Business Insider with the five most anticipated new TV shows. August includes HBO's "Lovecraft Country" and Quibi's "The Fugitive." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO is ending July by nabbing an impressive 107 Emmy nominations on Tuesday. And it enters August with an anticipated new horror series, "Lovecraft Country," from executive producers Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams. Every month, Business Insider runs down the five most anticipated new shows using data from television-tracking app TV Time, derived from its millions of users around the world who use the app to track and react to what they're watching. After a disappointing start, the short-form streamer Quibi nabbed 10 Emmy nominations. And next month, it will release its reboot of "The Fugitive," starring Kiefer Sutherland. Below are the five most anticipated new shows of August: SEE ALSO: Netflix took back the Emmy nominations crown from HBO, but didn't have the most nominated show 5. "Ted Lasso" — Apple TV Plus, August 14 Description: "Jason Sudeikis plays Ted Lasso, a small-time college football coach from Kansas hired to coach a professional soccer team in England, despite having no experience coaching soccer." 4. "The Fugitive" — Quibi, August 3 Description: "Kiefer Sutherland (24) and Boyd Holbrook (Narcos) star in this edge-of-your-seat crime thriller from the creator of 'Most Dangerous Game' and co-executive producer of 'Prison Break,' in which an innocent man on the run, desperate to clear his name, is chased through Los Angeles by the cop who will not rest until he is captured." 3. "Wizards: Tales of Arcadia" — Netflix, August 7 Description: "Merlin's apprentice joins Arcadia's heroes on a time-bending adventure in Camelot, where conflict is brewing between the human, troll and magical worlds." 2. "Star Trek: Lower Decks" — CBS All Access, August 6 Description: "Developed by Emmy Award winner Mike McMahan ('Rick and Morty,' 'Solar Opposites'), 'Star Trek: Lower Decks', a new half-hour animated comedy series, focuses on the support crew serving on one of Starfleet's least important ships, the U.S.S. Cerritos, in 2380. Ensigns Mariner, Boimler, Rutherford and Tendi have to keep up with their duties and their social lives, often while the ship is being rocked by a multitude of sci-fi anomalies." 1. "Lovecraft Country" — HBO, August 16 Description: "Based on Matt Ruff 's novel of the same name, 'Lovecraft Country' follows Atticus Freeman (Jonathan Majors) as he meets up with his friend Letitia (Jurnee Smollett) and his Uncle George (Courtney B. Vance) to embark on a road trip across 1950s Jim Crow America in search of his missing father (Michael Kenneth Williams). This begins a struggle to survive and overcome both the racist terrors of white America and the terrifying monsters that could be ripped from a Lovecraft paperback."
  HBO and WarnerMedia just launched a new streaming service — HBO Max. HBO already operates two major streaming platforms, HBO Go and HBO Now. On July 31, HBO discontinued the HBO Go app on most devices and rebranded HBO Now as just "HBO". In many cases, HBO Max is being offered as a free upgrade and replacement for those older services. So, what's the difference between the three different streaming services? A surprising amount of stuff — let's dig in! First, the bad news: "Friends" has left Netflix, and it's not coming back any time soon. Turns out there's a good reason for that — it has a new home with HBO's new streaming service alongside "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," "Rick and Morty," and a mess of other stuff. That new service is named HBO Max, and it's intended to serve as a deluxe version of HBO's older streaming services, HBO Go and HBO Now. But what's so different about HBO Max from HBO's other streaming options? Well, it mostly comes down to content selection and device support. It's also important to note that big changes have recently been imposed upon HBO's other streaming offerings, and HBO Max is essentially being positioned as a replacement for HBO Go and HBO Now. In fact, as of July 31, the HBO Go app is no longer available on most devices, though you can still access the service via HBOGo.com. Meanwhile, HBO Now has been branded as just "HBO". In most cases, current HBO Go and HBO Now users can access HBO Max instead at no extra cost. To help further dispel some of the confusion surrounding all three services, we've broken down all of the key differences below. Updated on 7/31/2020 by Steven Cohen: We've revised this article to include details about the recent termination of the HBO Go app and the rebranding of HBO Now to HBO. What is HBO Max? HBO Max is a standalone streaming service you don't need a cable subscription to use. It costs $14.99 per month and includes all of HBO's standard offerings, plus a ton of new stuff from various WarnerMedia properties, like DC Comics, CNN, TNT, TBS, and Cartoon Network. HBO Max also produces original shows and movies, just like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video. The service launched with more than 1,300 movies and over 10,000 hours worth of programming. For more detailed impressions, you can read our full review of HBO Max here. In most cases, people who were previously using HBO Go or HBO Now can now access HBO Max with their existing account details for no extra cost. There are some exceptions, but for most HBO users, HBO Max is being offered as a free upgrade and replacement for those older services. You can check the HBO Max website to see if your HBO subscription is eligible for HBO Max.  What makes HBO Max different from HBO Now? Additional content. HBO Max is the same price as HBO Now, an older streaming service that features HBO original shows and the cable channel's rotating package of movies. HBO Max currently offers all of HBO Now's content plus a ton of new stuff from a variety of WarnerMedia brands — all for the same $14.99 a month price. Most HBO Now subscribers can watch HBO Max with their HBO Now account at no extra cost. In other words, HBO Max is basically an automatic upgrade to HBO Now. With that in mind, the HBO Now app has been rebranded to just "HBO".   Since HBO Max offers a larger streaming library than HBO (formerly HBO Now), it's clearly the better choice for subscribers. With that said, the HBO Max app is currently missing from a few notable devices, including Roku and Fire TV products. If you use one of those devices as your primary streaming player, the HBO app is currently your only option.  What is HBO Go? And what happens to subscribers now that the app has been discontinued? In the past, if you had a cable TV subscription to HBO, you could also use the HBO Go app, a freebie streaming option that came as a bonus. Plug in your cable TV login details, and you got access to a vast library of HBO content on-demand. It cost nothing extra, and worked on everything from your smartphone to your Apple TV/Roku/etc. to your computer. On July 31, the HBO Go app was removed from most connected devices. Thankfully, AT&T has brokered deals that give most HBO cable subscribers access to HBO Max instead. If you subscribe to HBO through any of the cable providers below, you can get access to HBO Max at no extra cost. Simply go to the HBO Max website and choose your provider to login. Altice One Atlantic Broadband Apple TV Channels AT&T/AT&T U-verse Cox DIRECTV Optimum RCN Spectrum Suddenlink Verizon Fios WOW! Xfinity If you happen to subscribe to HBO through a provider that isn't included, you can still access HBO Go through the HBO Go website. The addition of other WarnerMedia networks' content to HBO's existing library is an enticing proposition. Adding Adult Swim's content to HBO Max means adding "Rick & Morty." Adding CNN's content to HBO Max means adding "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown." Adding TBS' content to HBO Max means adding "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" and "Conan."  All of which is to say that adding content from all these places adds up to a ton of really good stuff. Looney Tunes cartoons! All the "Lord of the Rings" movies! There's a surprising amount of additional content in the HBO Max package. HBO Max's lineup also features new original series, including "Love Life," a comedy show starring Anna Kendrick, and "Looney Tunes Cartoons," a new animated series featuring Bugs Bunny and company.  Beyond original HBO programs, the HBO Max catalog features a wide range of TV series, including "Friends," "Rick and Morty," "The Big Bang Theory," "Sesame Street" and "Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown." The full library incorporates TV offerings from DC, CNN, TNT, TBS, truTV, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Rooster Teeth, Looney Tunes, and Warner Bros. What else is coming to HBO Max? A bunch of new original content, including a show based on "Dune" and a new movie from the director of "Bird Box." Here's everything that's announced for HBO Max thus far: -"10,000 hours of premium content from HBO, Warner Bros., New Line, DC Entertainment, CNN, TNT, TBS, truTV, The CW, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, Looney Tunes and more. -The exclusive streaming rights at launch to all 236 episodes of 'Friends.' -The exclusive streaming rights at launch to all episodes 'The Fresh Prince of Bel Air' and 'Pretty Little Liars.' -The exclusive streaming home to a string of new Warner Bros.' produced dramas for The CW beginning with the fall 2019 season, including new DC Entertainment series 'Batwoman,' and 'Katy Keene' (spinoff of 'Riverdale'). -New exclusive movie production deals with Greg Berlanti and Reese Witherspoon ('Big Little Lies'). Berlanti will produce an initial four movies focused in the young adult space, while Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine will produce at least two films. -'Dune: The Sisterhood,' an adaptation of Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson's book based in the world created by Frank Herbert's book 'Dune,' from director Denis Villeneuve. -'Tokyo Vice,' based on Jake Adelstein's non-fiction first-hand account of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police beat, starring Ansel Elgort. -'The Flight Attendant,' a one-hour thriller series based on the novel by Chris Bohjalian. Kaley Cuoco, executive producing alongside Greg Berlanti, will star. -'Love Life,' a 10-episode half-hour romantic comedy anthology series starring Anna Kendrick, who will also executive produce alongside Paul Feig. -'Station Eleven,' a postapocalyptic limited series based on Emily St. John Mandel's international bestseller, adapted by Patrick Somerville ('The Leftovers') and directed by Hiro Murai ('Barry'). -'Made for Love,' a 10-episode, half-hour, straight-to-series adaptation based on the tragicomic novel of the same name by Alissa Nutting, also from Patrick Somerville and directed by S.J. Clarkson. -'Gremlins,' an animated series from Warner Bros. Animation and Amblin Entertainment based on the original movie. -Stephen King's 'The Outsider,' a dark mystery starring Ben Mendelsohn, produced and directed by Jason Bateman. -'Lovecraft Country,' a unique horror series based on a novel by Matt Ruff, written and executive produced by Misha Green, and executive produced by Jordan Peele ('Us') and J.J. Abrams ('Westworld'). -'The Nevers,' Joss Whedon's new science fiction series starring Laura Donnelly. -'The Gilded Age,' set the opulent world of 1885 New York from 'Downton Abbey's' Julian Fellowes. -'Avenue 5,' a high satire aboard a space-bound cruise ship from Armando Iannucci ('Veep') starring Hugh Laurie and Josh Gad. -'The Undoing,' a psychological thriller from David E. Kelley ('Big Little Lies'), directed by Susanne Bier ('Bird Box') starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant. -'The Plot Against America,' reimagined history based on Phillip Roth's novel written and executive produced by David Simon and Ed Burns, starring Winona Ryder and John Turturro. -'Perry Mason', the classic legal drama for a new generation, executive produced by Robert Downey, Jr. and Susan Downey, with Matthew Rhys in the title role. -'I Know This Much Is True,' a complex family drama starring Mark Ruffalo playing twin brothers, one of whom has schizophrenia. Based on the best-selling novel by Wally Lamb, written and directed by Derek Cianfrance."Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: We tested a machine that brews beer at the push of a button
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As the world slowly but surely returns to normal or some form of it, Adult Swim’s cult comedy sci-fi series, Rick and Morty, plans to give a boost to our morale.Notoriously famous for making fans wait for newer episodes, the makers have surprisingly announced that they’re almost done with making the fifth installment.The news comes only three months after the fourth season ended and fans couldn’t have asked for more.The show is irreverent at worst and absurd at best.For two years, ardent fans waited for the alcoholic grandfather and his underconfident grandson to make a comeback.During a virtual Adult Swim Event, the creators, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland told fans that the fifth season is already “in the can.” Working in two-hour blocs over Zoom, the writers set up a digital writing room that created an exciting process for the creators.A DIGITAL WRITING ROOM IS NOT THAT UNCOOLYou might think it would be so irritating to have a creative discussion with everybody interrupting everything, but it becomes really democratic.
See an unfinished part of a Rick and Morty season 5 episode in this first reveal of what's to come in the animated series' next set of episodes.
WarnerMedia's HBO Max launched in May, but is still not available on Roku and Amazon Fire TV, the two largest streaming TV distribution platforms. Subscribers using those platforms only have access to HBO content (currently through the HBO Now or HBO Go apps). How big of a difference is there between the HBO Max and HBO catalogs? The streaming search engine Reelgood provided Business Insider with exclusive data that show that HBO Max has has 754 more movies and 186 more TV shows than HBO. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. WarnerMedia's HBO Max launched in May with 10,000 hours of content, but not everyone can access it two months after its debut. Max has yet to reach a deal with Roku and Amazon, the two largest streaming distribution platforms. They accounted for 70% of the combined market share as of July 2019, according to the market research firm Parks Associates.  The standoff means that millions of Roku or Amazon Fire TV users can only access content on HBO (currently through the HBO Now or HBO Go apps) rather than the hundreds of additional movies and TV shows that are available on HBO Max.  Reelgood, the streaming search engine, provided Business Insider exclusive data that show how many movies and TV shows Roku and Amazon customers are missing out on. As of July 22, HBO Max had 1,838 movies and 442 TV shows, while HBO had 1,084 movies and 256 TV shows, according to Reelgood. That means that Max has 754 more movies and 186 more TV shows than HBO (940 in total), all of which are unavailable to Roku and Amazon users. Some of the highlights that are on Max but not on HBO include the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy and Adult Swim's "Rick and Morty." The hit sitcom "Friends" is also exclusively on Max. WarnerMedia snagged the "Friends" streaming rights last year from Netflix for $425 million ($85 million a year for five years), according to The Hollywood Reporter. Why hasn't a deal been reached? Variety reported that one sticking point is that Max and NBCUniversal's new streaming platform, Peacock — which also hasn't reached a deal with Roku or Amazon — want users to access the services directly through the apps rather than through the Roku Channel and Amazon Channels, so that the companies can gather user data. AT&T said last week that Max and HBO had a combined 36.3 million subscribers in the US as of June 30. The company said that about 3 million new subscribers signed up directly to Max and that there were 4.1 million total activations of the Max app. That means that just over 1 million customers who were already paying for HBO through a cable or live TV provider have accessed Max. That's a tiny number given that Max is free with their HBO subscription and has all of HBO plus hundreds more movies and TV shows. It suggests that the lack of Roku and Amazon Fire TV support, or a lack of brand awareness for HBO Max, are hurting adoption. Below are the top five movies on HBO Max that are not on HBO based on IMDb ratings, according to Reelgood: "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy (2001-2003) "Saving Private Ryan" (1997) "Spirited Away" (2001) "Seven Samurai" (1954) "Pather Panchali" (1955) And here are the top five TV shows: "Rick and Morty" (2013-present) "Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood" (2009-2010) "Death Note" (2006-2007) "Friends" (1994-2004) "Hunter x Hunter" (2011-2014) SEE ALSO: HBO Max and Peacock are already losing some high-profile movies and it shows how they're taking a different approach than Disney Plus Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Pathologists debunk 13 coronavirus myths
The latest special episode comes from Tower of God director Takashi Sano.
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Fans watching the Adult Swim Con got to see the first rough footage of Rick and Morty in trouble in the upcoming season 5.
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Alex Kurtzman tapped Rick and Morty head writer Mike McMahan to spearhead the project.
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The totally out of the box series of Rick and Morty has been on the radar of everyone as it crossed those lines and boundaries that were never done before.Releasing the first episode in 2013, it’s been over seven years, and it still stays relevant.It is a huge success story for Netflix as it has yet again decided to revive the show for another season after the recent end of the fourth season.With only 40 episodes released to date, “Rick and Morty” has received a tremendous amount of fame.Source By : https://directory-boom.com/blog/when-can-we-expect-rick-and-morty-season-5/It was created by Justin Rolland for Cartoon Network’s late-night programming block.The series follows cynical mad scientist Rick Sanchez along with his good-hearted but fretful grandson Morty Smith who embark on inter-dimensional adventures together.That has amazingly traversed gaps among ages, and each age social affair can value this glad group that occurs on Netflix.
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Without entertainment and fun there's absolutely not any concept of existence plus it seems to be an ocean without a blossom without a odor.The orientation of this individual determines her or his preferences and someone needs to behave according to his or her orientation to both keep peacefully.Normally these areas incorporate the living room and television lounge.Select:An individual can decide on rick and morty canvases for his or her lounge and living room to even help make them best in every single manner possible.You will find a lot of designs of canvas art readily available in the current market and something can opt for depending on his or her particular interestrates.For instance, if a person is thinking about cartoons, he or she could get them printed onto the walls .
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“Watch Rick and Morty mega-punch an alien in the new weird season 4 trailer”The remaining episodes of Season 4 of Rick and Morty will be arriving soon.In its last episode, we witness an intense war of Morty and his Grandfather, Rick, on Snake Planet against the alien.The last episode arrived on post–December, and since then, the suspense of the snake planet is becoming a mystery alongside anticipation for its fans.However, their excitation has finally been met after arriving on the teaser that clearly shows that Rick and Morty evolved themselves into a Giant Robot, and both of them are punching an alien.The clip pays tribute to another famous animated series of the 70s from Japan known as Super Sentai.Adult Swim mentioned in reference to Super Sentai by writing “Super Sentai Rick” in the caption of the clip.The teaser clip has been developed under the supervision of Titmouse Animation and Paper Panther.The subsequent trailer has also been developed by a similar style of animation.Rick and Morty is a famous adult animated sci-fi show that has been created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland.
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The puny god of mischief and Thor’s brother is now getting a solo TV show on the newly launched streaming service Disney+.Starring Tom Hiddleston, who has also played for the same comic character in the previous Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, whether it be 2012’s The Avengers or Avengers Infinity War.He has appeared in a total of six movies, including the first movie 2011’s Thor.Last time he appeared in the Avengers Endgame movie in which we saw him when Tony Stark and Steve Rogers traveled back into 2012’s New York battle.In the Marvel films, he has multiple personalities from unreliable assistant to one of the most deadly villains in the Marvel universe.Michael Waldron is the showrunner for the forthcoming TV series who is known for supporting the Community TV show as well as Rick and Morty.From the show’s storyline to release date, here’s what we got to know about the Disney Plus project so far.The Storyline of the Loki TV showThose who think he is dead in the Marvel Cinematic Universe might be confused about how he is going to return back to life since everyone saw him dying in Thanos’s mighty arms in the events of Avengers Infinity War.
It's been a long time coming -- two years, to be exact -- but the fourth season of Rick and Morty is here.Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat premiered Sunday night, and as a reward for our patience, it's available for free online.Just go to the Adult Swim website and hit play, no signup or credit card required.Although, if you live outside the US, that's an issue.It seems to be a regional access thing only.Rick and Morty season 4 is 10 episodes long and will unfortunately be split into two halves, so the last five episodes will arrive in 2020.
Remember when Channel 4 announced they had the rights to Rick & Morty season 4, and that we'd have to wait until next year to get a legitimate way to watch the series in the UK?Well thanks to people complaining, Channel 4 has decided to push it up a bit, and it's only 9 days away.Now the series will arrive on E4, instead of Channel 4, with 20th November being the day the first episode will premiere.It's not as good as the week wait we had with Netflix and season 3, but it's still a heck of a lot better than waiting until January.an Katz, Director of Programmes at Channel 4 said:“When we announced we would be airing Rick and Morty Series 4 on free to air TV in January we thought fans would be delighted.
Warning: Possible spoilers for the fourth-season premiere of Rick and Morty ahead.There were wasps, shrimp, fascists and death crystals, because of course there were.The acclaimed animated adult comedy Rick and Morty returned to Adult Swim Sunday night after two years of no new episodes.Fan reaction on social media seemed to show many viewers felt it was worth the wait."I can't believe it: I'm finally watching a new 'Rick and Morty,'" wrote one Twitter user.The action-packed episode went pretty meta, with Rick and Morty excitedly offering hints about their future adventures.
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Rick and Morty have been among the well-received animated shows in recent times and its fourth season is almost upon us.Adult Swim just revealed fourth season new opening title sequence on YouTube, featuring some amusing diversions and footage of crazy moments in the latest batch of ten episodes.In the opening credits, Rick falls through the orbit of an alien world and floats next to the mutated Morty head.A chicken-sized cyborg appears in the garage using a portal and saves Rick from a group of snakes.In the end, Rick, summer and Morty are being chased once again by Cthulhu monster as they seemingly kidnapped its baby.So, the new batch of Rick and Morty will be ten episodes in length and splits into two parts.
She-Hulk and Moon Knight may be two of the newest shows Marvel Studios announced for Disney+, but the studio has already begun putting together their creative teams.The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Jessica Gao, who won an Emmy for the “Pickle Rick” episode of Rick and Morty, has been hired to develop and write the She-Hulk show, while Jeremy Slater, best known for The Exorcist and Umbrella Academy, will do the same thing on Moon Knight.This is the definition of a dream come true,” Gao tweeted, confirming the news.Disney+ launches in the U.S. this Tuesday, November 12, and in the UK at the end of March, but it’ll do so without any Marvel shows.In fact the first one, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, just started shooting in the past few days.It’s slated to drop in autumn 2020, followed by WandaVision and Loki in Spring 2021, What If... in summer of 2021, and Hawkeye in autumn 2021.
Two more of the Marvel series coming to Disney Plus have lead writers in place: Moon Knight and She-Hulk.Jessica Gao, the Emmy-winning writer of Rick and Morty's memorable 'Pickle Rick' episode, will be the showrunner of She-Hulk, according to The Hollywood Reporter.Meanwhile, Moon Knight will be headed up by Umbrella Academy executive producer and writer Jeremy Slater, reported by the same outlet.There was no comment from Marvel Studios or Disney on either bit of news, but both writers took to Twitter to share their feelings on being hired to further the stories of the MCU.This is the the definition of a dream come true.November 8, 2019I was seven when I bought my first Marvel comic, and my life was changed on the spot.
Rick and Morty season 4 has finally been given a UK air date on Channel 4, but the news isn't great: UK viewers won't be watching the show until 2020.In the US, it'll start airing on Adult Swim from November, but in the UK, it'll begin in January at some point.It's a move that feels a little similar to how US TV used to be imported to the UK before the advent of streaming services.The season will be divided into two parts, each consisting five episodes, Channel 4 says, mirroring how it's being aired in the US (five will air in 2019, then five more will air in 2020).So, even though you've been waiting two years for more of Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland's inventive and frequently gross animated sci-fi series, you've still got a little while to go.The show will first air on Channel 4 itself, with repeats on E4.
The show will come to Channel 4 two months after its US debut on Adult Swim.Season 4 of Rick and Morty is coming to Channel 4 in January 2020, with repeats on E4, and a streaming option on All 4.The US premiere date of November 10 was announced last month, which consists of the first five episodes of the 10 episode series, so we'll have to wait a couple of months to get involved, which definitely won't lead to people pirating the show."Millions of fans have been waiting for more than two years for a new series of Rick and Morty, the most brilliantly bonkers show on television," said Ian Katz, director of programme."We’re thrilled that it will be aired exclusively on Channel 4 and I promise it will be worth the wait.”We got our first peek at the new series this summer and the official Twitter account has been sharing tidbits of what's in store ever since.
In 1911, the San Francisco Examiner published a guide titled: “How to Make Really Funny Jokes.” According to author Professor Korski, a true joke is a “very pleasant absurdity contrasting with one’s habitual expectation.” A joke does not “merely cause laughter.” “Falling downstairs” is not a joke.A joke is not “unpleasant, repellent, offensive, horrid, ugly, painful, insane, freakish, natural, solemn, stupid, or meaningless.”Had the professor time-traveled to 2019, with our beloved meaningless, stupid, and slapstick loops, gifs, and memes, he might be appalled.Where Korski might agree with netizens of the future, though, is his observation that “a joke is only a joke when it is adapted to the training, ideas, and surroundings of those who hear it.”As evidence of Professor Korski’s thesis, take this Civil War joke from Vanity Fair circa 1885, via Cameron C. Nickels’s Civil War Humour, about mass amputations:“In drilling recruits without Arms, it is not necessary to give them any instructions with regard to the disposal of their hands.”
If, however, you delight in horror that’s so “bad” it’s gone all the way back to good – and is genuinely entertaining – have we got a fun list for you.Blood Feast’s most infamous gag – literally – still holds up over 50 years later; you’d be hard-pressed to find a more disgusting tongue-ripping scene.The rest of the movie, made on the cheap, hasn’t held up as well, but its kookier elements (including what’s clearly a spray-painted mannequin standing in for a statue of the goddess, and the mention of a book titled Ancient Weird Religious Rites) only add to its charm.Anyone who drinks it melts down into a rainbow of colors, which translates to several spectacularly gross on-screen deaths; there’s also a memorable decapitation and a game of keep-away involving a certain severed male body part.Director Jim Muro went on to become an in-demand Stedicam operator – he worked on on Terminator 2: Judgment Day, The Abyss, Point Break, Casino, and many others – and has directed a lot of TV, but Street Trash remains his sole feature directorial credit.Not to be confused with a recent Australian horror film with the same title and similar themes, the 1977 Pack is set on an island off the coast of Canada that’s popular with vacationers but has few year-round residents.
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