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Funimation Will Stream Irregular at Magic High School Anime’s 2nd Season



On Monday, Funimation announced that they will exclusively stream The Irregular at Magic High School: Visitor Arc (2nd Season).

On the other hand, Aniplex of America began streaming an English-subtitled trailer, and the video reveals that the anime will begin streaming on October 3. Furthermore, The season will premiere on October 4 at 24:30 (effectively, October 5 at 12:30 a.m.) both on television and on the Abema and d Anime Store services. Tokyo MX, BS11, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, MBS, TV Aichi, AT-X, and other channels will carry the season.

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As for more information, The series was delayed from July to October due to the effects of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The anime adapts the arc of the same name from Tsutomu Satou’s original light novel series.

For the light novel, The novel series inspired a 26-episode television anime that debuted in April 2014, directed by Manabu Ono at Madhouse. Aniplex of America licensed the anime and released it on home video in 2015. The novels have also inspired The irregular at magic high school The Movie: The Girl Who Summons the Stars anime film, which opened in Japan in June 2017. Aniplex of America screened the film in theaters in the United States. Funimation began streaming the first season of the anime in April, and streamed the film for two weeks only starting on May 1.



Leah Messer: I Lost My Virginity When I Was 13!




Earlier this year, Leah Messer published a memoir that contained numerous shocking revelations about her incredibly difficult life.

The book contained so many bombshell claims about her upbringing that it was difficult to keep them all straight, but on Tuesday’s episode of Teen Mom 2, Leah reminded viewers of one of the most surprising developments of her youth.

Speaking with her friend Kylie about her concerns for the future, Leah pointed out that her twins are not all that much younger than she was when she became sexually active.

“I cannot believe my kids are 10. I was 13 the first time I had sex,” Messer said.

“The girls are 10. Granted, I did not get pregnant until later. I’m saying it’s confusing. I didn’t know anything! I didn’t know anything,” she added.

Leah With Ali

Leah went on to say that she doesn’t want her kids to be kept in the dark the way she was:

“I want them to know everything and know what happens,” she said.

“Not just, ‘I don’t want to be like you, ma.’ Okay, but why?”

Leah Messer With Her Daughters

Kylie pointed out that Leah’s daughters are being raised in a much more affluent and supportive environment than Leah was, which could make all the difference.

“But I think your atmosphere growing up was way different than their atmosphere,” Leah’s friend said.

“Yours was obviously not that great, so I don’t think that that’s something you have to worry about. But you’re right you have to let them know about things. Be honest with them.”

Leah Messer in 2019

“I’m so proud of the girls, even though they’re twins, they have their own identity,” Leah chimed in.

Speaking with her girls about this sensitive subject as the twins celebrated their birthday, Leah started off strong, but her message quickly became a bit muddled:

“You guys get to learn from my mistakes, right?” she asked.

Leah and Kids

“You’ve made some big bad mistakes,” Aliannah remarked.

It was at this point that Leah seemed to become mildly annoyed:

“What do you mean I’ve made some big bad mistakes? Getting pregnant at 17 wasn’t a mistake, it was a challenge,” she said.

Leah Messer Is Struggling

“I didn’t know what the heck I was doing, but I made it work and look at us now,” Leah added.

Now, cautioning your kids about following your same path through life and then getting defensive when they point out that you made some mistakes is bound to create some confusion.

Still, Leah deserves credit for the attempt, and hopefully, she’ll continue to keep the lines of communication open as her girls get older snd face more difficult decisions.

Leah with Her Mom and Her Kids

Asked by her own mother if she’s proud of her girls, Leah replied without missing a beat:

“I am 100 percent proud that they’re my daughters. Happy birthday to both of you guys,” she said.

We’re sure Leah would be the first to admit that her parenting hasn’t always been perfect.

Leah Messer and Daughters on Halloween

Messer’s struggle with opioid addiction nearly plunged her kids into an environment as chaotic as the one she herself grew up in.

But when the time came to assess her situation and make difficult changes, that’s what Leah did.

And with any luck, she’ll be able to use her own painful childhood as a guide to what not to do.

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Watch Tame Impala Go Full Synthpop, Playing “Borderline” On Fallon




Tame Impala are not a rock band anymore. Kevin Parker’s long-running project might’ve started out making bleary-eyed psych-rock, but they haven’t really been a rock band in years. Over their last few albums, the band has embraced synthpop and disco and various other forms of non-guitar music. And last night, in their role as musical guests on The Tonight Show, Parker and his band practically made it official.

Last month, Parker played a Tame Impala Tiny Desk Concert. Along with longtime collaborators Jay Watson and Don Simper, Parker presented a version of the band that he called Tame Impala Soundsystem: Three dudes messing around with vast banks of synths and drum machines. That same version of Tame Impala were on The Tonight Show last night. Playing remotely from what was either a fancy rehearsal studio or an empty club, Parker sang “Borderline,” a song from the recent Tame Impala album The Slow Rush, while he, Watson, and Simper fiddled with all those electronics.

Tame Impala were never the most commanding or charismatic live act, but it’s still striking to see them in pure studio-gearhead mode. Whenever tours start happening again, if this is the version of Tame Impala that hits arenas across the planet, they are going to need to invest in one hell of a light show. Watch the performance below.

The Slow Rush is out now on Modular.

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‘Dolittle’: Robert Downey Jr. faced with matching up to previous actors while adding his own spin to the role




For a whole decade, we’ve seen Robert Downey Jr. dazzle as Tony Stark, the Invincible Iron Man, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But now that he’s done with that iconic role, Downey Jr. is looking to the future and it all starts with the upcoming movie ‘Dolittle’.

The ‘Sherlock Holmes’ star will soon be taking on the role of the whimsical Doctor John Dolittle, a 19th-century physician who prefers animals to humans, both as patients and as friends. But as excited as we are to see RDJ in the classic role, he’s hardly the first person to become Doctor Dolittle.

The Doctor Dolittle that most people are familiar with is the one played by Eddie Murphy in the 1998 movie ‘Dr. Dolittle’ and it’s 2001 sequel ‘Dr. Dolittle 2’. Those movies were, at best, a loose adaptation of the original novels by Hugh Lofting but they were far more successful than the first time the doctor made it to the big screen.

Sir Rex Harrison was the first actor to play Doctor Dolittle in a live-action film, all the way back in 1967. Unfortunately, that movie was a terrible flop and Sir Harrison’s performance as Dolittle wasn’t exactly a highlight of his career. Downey Jr.’s ‘Dolittle’ looks like it will be taking some cues from the ’67 movie, in that it tries to be more faithful to the novels than Murphy’s later adaptations. However, the real challenge he’s going to face is in making the role truly his own. 

If he is to pull off a proper performance as the witty doctor, Downey Jr. will have to try and capture the humor of the Murphy movies without becoming a clear repeat. Based on the trailer it looks like this is the sort of approach that the film will be taking. 

Of course, we won’t know for sure till the movie comes out, but just based on the promotional material for the movie, ‘Dolittle’ appears to be a truly heartwarming and wonderfully funny tale. And even though it would be quite a challenge to shake the Tony Stark image that he built up over the past decade to take on this new role, we’re certain RDJ is the man for the job. 

‘Dolittle’ will arrive in theaters on January 17. 

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