Oct 2nd Birthdays

  • Donna Karan
  • Lorraine Bracco
  • Terence Winter
  • Kelly Ripa
  • Moses Gunn

October Releases

  • Black Adam
    U.S. Theatrical - 10/21

  • U.S. Theatrical - 10/7
  • Hellraiser (2022)
    Streaming/VOD Premiere - 10/7
  • Halloween Ends
    U.S. Theatrical - 10/14

October Events

  • Dallas Fan Festival
    Comic Con - 10/14 – 10/16
  • New York Comic Con
    Comic Con - 10/6 – 10/9
  • Baltimore Comic-Con
    Comic Con - 10/28 – 10/30
  • Academy Museum Gala
    Party - 10/15
  • Skankfest Las Vegas
    Concert | Experience | Tour - 10/14 – 10/16

The more you say I can't say something, the more urgent it is for me to say it. It has nothing to do with what you are saying I can't say. It has everything to do with my freedom of artistic expression... They said everything about gender… they didn't say anything about art.

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By: Dave Chappelle
Genres: Comedy

Comedian Dave Chapelle on why he declined to have his Washington DC high school's new theater named after him. The decision was made over student backlash to his Netflix comedy special "The Closer." Chapelle said he was "sincerely hurt" by the protests from students when he visited his alma mater in November of 2021.

There has been an explosion of creators of color finally being equipped with resources and a huge platform. In the streaming age, content has a more global perspective. You can see this in the popularity of television from Asia, Europe and Latin America that the unique can also be universal. My story is a testament to that as well.

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By: Naomi Osaka

A press release quote from tennis star Naomi Osaka, discussing her partnership with LeBron James' SpringHill Company to launch her own media company called Hana Kuma. The company's goal is the tell diverse stories on television, film and other formats.

Trailer revealed for post-apocalyptic thriller Mondocane

Kino Lorber is set to release the dystopian vision Mondocane, the debut feature of Italian filmmaker Alessandro Celli. In the not-too-distant future on Italy’s southern coast, the city of Taranto has become a toxic wasteland ruled by warring gangs and surrounded by barbed wire, where best friends Pietro and Cristian dream of escaping their hardscrabble …

Eugene Kittridge: You and I know about this, that's where it stops. You understand? It never happened.
Frank Barnes: What about him?
Eugene Kittridge: I want him manning a radar tower in Alaska by the end of the day; just mail him his clothes.

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By: Dale Dye | Henry Czerny
Characters: Eugene Kittridge | Frank Barnes
From: Mission: Impossible
Genres: Action | Adventure | Spy and Espionage

Henry Czerny (as Eugene Kittridge) speaks to his associate Frank Barnes (played by actor Dale Dye) just after finding out that a top secret list of undercover agents has been stolen from CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Kittridge wants to avoid the embarrassment that would come from others learning of the theft out of one of the most secure buildings in the world.

Your days of fighting for the so-called greater good are over. This is our chance to control the truth, the concepts of right and wrong, for everyone, for centuries to come. You're fighting to save an ideal that doesn't exist... never did. You need to pick a side.

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By: Henry Czerny
Characters: Eugene Kittridge
From: Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning - Part One
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

Ominous words from Henry Czerny (as Eugene Kittridge), presumably to Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt, in the trailer for Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning - Part One.