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‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ Casts Eric André & Sofia Boutella in Horror Anthology

During Geeked Week, Netflix has announced five new cast members who will be appearing in Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, a horror anthology series coming to the streaming platform later this year. The already star-studded cast of Cabinet of Curiosities now counts on the talents of Eric André, Sofia Boutella, Ismael Cruz Córdova, Kate Micucci, and Charlyne Yi.
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Toro y Moi Unveils Short Film Starring Eric Andre, ‘Goes by So Fast’

Click here to read the full article. Toro y Moi, a.k.a Chaz Bear, has officially released “Goes By So Fast: A Mahal Film,” a short film starring Eric André and Chaz that, according to the announcement, “brings the world of Toro y Moi’s seventh studio album, ‘Mahal,’ to life.” The film was in partnership with Dropbox and directed by long-time Toro y Moi collaborator Harry Israelson, written by Sidney Schleiff and Israelson and produced by Ways & Means. Watch the film below. Israelson says, “Having worked with Chaz for over a decade, there’s been this natural evolution of our storytelling; with ‘Mahal,’ from...
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Toro y Moi announces ‘Mahal’ short film ‘Goes By So Fast’ featuring Eric Andre

Toro y Moi has announced a short film to accompany his upcoming album ‘Mahal’, Goes By So Fast featuring comedian Eric Andre. The short film appears to follow the psychedelic adventures of Toro y Moi – real name Chaz Bear – as he embarks on a journey with Andre on a ‘Mahal’-themed Jeepney, a vehicle that’s a popular form of public transport in the Philippines (where the musician’s mother is from).
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Toro Y Moi Is Putting Out A Short Film With Eric André, ‘Goes By So Fast’

Toro y Moi’s seventh album, Mahal, is coming out on April 29th and it promises a meld of ’60s and ’70s psychedelia with post-rock explorations of the later decades. Toro y Moi’s Chaz Bear has never been one to for a conventional release, always surrounding the cycle with visuals that give insight into the artistic sphere of Toro at the time. The clip for “The Loop” has been the most telling in regards to the Mahal world, with Bear riding around San Francisco in his custom Jeepney. The mini-truck was used primarily in the Philippines to transport GIs and Bear has embraced his new method of transportation as a motif of sorts as he dives deeper into his South Asian background.
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