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Ingram's: Three Saint Luke's Physicians named Top Doctors of 2021

Like a lot of Kansas City natives poised to start their careers, Andrew Schlachter looked at the big, wide world out there and heard a siren song of opportunity. With the ink drying on a medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, he recalls, “I thought, ‘Now it’s time to get out of Kansas City, so I’m off to Chicago, never to come back.”

Heh. We all know how deep those hometown hooks can be set, now, don’t we? Even if, as Schlachter says, one develops great new friends and mentors, as he did during residency and fellowship in pulmonary and critical care at Rush University Medical Center. But…

“I quickly decided I missed home, I missed Kansas City,” he says. “It was always a childhood dream to become what I hoped would be a good doctor, and do good work in my local community. I found out that home really is here.”

His choice of medicine might not have been pre-ordained, but it was close: “I’m from a lineage of doctors; we joke that it’s part of the Schlachter genes,” he says. His father, grandfather, uncle and nearly half a dozen cousins are all physicians. Watching his father while making rounds helped close the deal. “I always thought that if I could ever be half as good a doctor as he was, I would do well in life,” Schlachter says, because he saw the impact that compassionate, high-quality care could make on a patient’s life.

Read Ingram's full profile on Dr. Schlachter.


Chris Evans' Captain America Shield Is Being Auctioned Off

Those interested in owning not only a key piece of MCU history but also movie memorabilia should reach deep in their pockets as Hake's Auctions has announced that they're selling a screen used Captain Americashield from 2019's Avengers: Endgame. "This is an absolute must-have for any serious Captain America fan and a rare opportunity to obtain a key, screen-used Marvel Cinematic Universe hero prop," Hake's President Alex Winter said in a statement. "It is one of the most important Marvel film props to ever come to auction, both in terms of its iconic stature and its ironclad provenance." As of this writing the shield has had 6 bids and is sitting at $45,000 right now.

The official description for the auction from Hake's reads: "Hake's Auctions is proud to offer Chris Evans' screen-used hero prop shield from Avengers: Endgame in Auction #233. Constructed by Marvel Studios Senior Prop Master Russell Bobbitt, the shield is 24" in diameter, approximately 3" deep and is constructed of high density foam, with a spun aluminum exterior and hand-crafted leather arm and hand straps on the interior. 30 to 40 shields were produced for Endgame, but this example was used for close-up shots in Evans' hand as it shows the most detail and its spun aluminum surface exhibits a mesmerizing metallic sheen. The other prop shields made for Endgame were used in long shots and action sequences, lasting one or two scenes before sustaining damage from use associated with stunt work. This shield was handled with care on set so it could be utilized in multiple scenes, making this shield's near pristine condition an even rarer feat."

This latest Hake's auction also features several key comic book issues from over the years including titles like Fantastic Four #1, Amazing Fantasy #15, X-Men #1, Tales of Suspense #39 (the first appearance of Iron Man), Journey Into Mystery #83 (first appearance of Thor), and Daredevil #1, among others.


As for Captain America's shield in the MCU, Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson has inherited the shield and is the Star Spangled Man moving forward both in television and on the big screen. Mackie took the part from Evans' at the end of Endgame, holding the very shield that is seemingly up for auction now, and took it with him to Disney+ with The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. It didn't take long for that series to conclude though before it was confirmed that Mackie would be taking his wings and new title onto the big screen with a fourth Captain America movie officially in the works.

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How to Watch 'Antlers': Here's Where You Can Watch The Guillermo Del Toro-Produced Horror Movie Right Now

By Drake Lupton


Scoot Cooper's new scary movie arrives just in time for Halloween.

Halloween 2021 is almost here, and new scary movies crowd the release window for late October as audiences seek the electric thrill of fear. Horror fans received Halloween Kills, the follow-up to the franchise reboot from 2018, on October 15, and still have Last Night in Soho and Antlers to look forward to. Both movies have kept horror fans’ mouths watering since their announcement and both saw multiple, extended delays of their release. Antlers was scheduled for an April 2020 release, and Last Night in Soho was meant for September 2020. They are now scheduled to be released on the same day. For more on Last Night in Soho, check out our breakdown of everything we know about the film. But for more on Antlers and how to watch it when it releases, keep on reading.

Antlers is a new horror movie by Scott Cooper (Black Mass). Written by Nick Antosca (Brand New Cherry Flavor), C. Henry Chaisson, and Scott Cooper, and produced by Guillermo del Toro and David S. Goyer—two legends of genre filmmaking—Antlers is based on a short story by Nick Antosca titled, “The Quiet Boy.” Keri Russell (The Americans) and Jesse Plemons (Im Thinking of Ending Things) portray siblings living in a small town in Oregon. Plemons plays Paul Meadows, the sheriff, and Russell a middle-school teacher. Both become embroiled in the investigation surrounding an odd child in one of Russell’s classes. The investigation spirals beyond the scope of their knowledge and expertise as they find the town grappling with paranormal—or possibly primordial—phenomena only found in folklore and horror stories. Check out one of the very revealing trailers for a dose of the dewy dread and tease of the dense atmosphere of the picture. With its release date coming quickly, here’s where to find Antlers.

RELATED: Keri Russell and Director Scott Cooper on ‘Antlers,’ Disneyland, Guillermo del Toro, and Keri Russell’s Bon Jovi Video

What Is Antlers' New Release Date?

Like many films over the last year, Antlers' original release date was significantly delayed by the pandemic. But the wait is over: It’s safe to say it’s finally arriving on October 29. As a Fox Searchlight picture by a prestigious director with big-named horror producers attached, Antlers will likely be at a theater near you. Google, Fandango, Moviefone, and plenty of first-party apps linked directly to theater franchises and chains will soon update to include showtimes for Scott Cooper’s newest picture.

With the Coronavirus pandemic ever-present, be sure to check your local safety guidelines and any theater restrictions before booking your tickets.

Is Antlers Streaming Online?

Antlers will be exclusively in theaters on October 29. With a year-and-a-half’s time to make its way to subscription streaming and VOD, and the obvious persistence in securing its theatrical release, it’s safe to assume Antlers won’t arrive on streaming until after it has exited theaters.

While Searchlight Pictures is unpredictable in their decisions of what goes where and when, looking at their treatment of The Night House is a likely template for Antler’s release schedule. Both suffered extensive delays in their theatrical run, but both received an exclusive theatrical release. Less than two months later, Searchlight made The Night House available for digital purchase on October 5th. The at-home rental release date coincided with the DVD and Blu-ray release on October 19. If Antlers is on a similar timeline, it will be home in time for the holidays!

Is Antlers Getting Good Reviews?

When the premiere of the film was announced for Beyond Fest 2021, the festival’s founder, Christian Parkes, said, “Antlers features intense scares, a spectacular creature, riveting storytelling, accomplished performances, and the thrilling vision of Scott Cooper at the helm. We know our Audiences will journey into the heart of the monster for this artful nail-biter. It’s an honor for us at the American Cinematheque to welcome Scott back, as we have celebrated his genre-spanning films from Crazy Heart to Out of the Furnace over the years.”

The film moved to the 57th Chicago International Film Festival before its final stop at the Telluride Horror Show less than a week later. Early reviews for Antlers are mostly positive. It currently sits at 81% on Rotten Tomatoes, and early reviews applaud the performances of the cast, with special acknowledgment of the young JeremyT. Thomas as the traumatized young boy stalked by mythical monsters of the woods. While most criticism is aimed at the film’s genre intent, horror fans might delight in the excessive spooks of this creature feature.

RELATED: ‘Antlers’ Review: Director Scott Cooper’s Horror Film Is Far More Gruesome Than Thoughtful

Co-writer and director Scott Cooper’s catalog of writing and directing credits is celebrated for its meaty drama and intricate character work. All of his movies boast a cornucopia of actors and actresses capable of carrying a picture on their own. In his directorial debut, his adaptation of the novel Crazy Heart, by Thomas Cobb, earned three Academy Award nominations. Jeff Bridges won his first and, as of yet, only Oscar for his performance as a burnt-out, alcoholic, country, folk musician. The film snagged the Oscar for the original song, The Weary Kind, performed by Ryan Bingham—who worked with Cooper on Hostiles as well. While it was his first, it remains his most profitable picture. Cooper’s collaborations with Christian Bale, Out of the Furnace and Hostiles, struck audiences and critics alike with their poignant, ugly performances. And Johnny Depp in Black Mass, Cooper’s highest-grossing film, is transformed by special effects, and his own skill. His performance as the razor-eyed Whitey Bulger is intimidating and sinister.

All of that to say his pairing with Keri Russell, whose craft and talent has earned her several primetime Emmy nominations for her role in FX’s spy saga, The Americans, and the versatile Jesse Plemmons on a horror drama is exciting to the letter. The film also features a pair of Oscar nominees in Amy Madigan (Twice in a Lifetime) and Graham Greene (Dances With Wolves) alongside Scott Haze (Minari) and Rory Cochrane (Argo) to complete the killer cast.

What Is Scott Cooper's Next Movie?

Cooper’s next project, The Pale Blue Eye, a murder mystery the director described to Deadline as, “ attempt at a large-canvas whodunit, with a serial killer at its center,” is already in pre-production. The movie, adapted from the historical fiction novel of the same name by Louis Bayard, is set at Westpoint military academy in 1830. A retired detective named Augustus Landor (Christian Bale) is called in to crack the case, and he enlists the aid of a young cadet named Edgar Allen Poe (Harry Melling). But before The Pale Blue Eye begins shooting, catch Antlers in theaters starting October 29.

KEEP READING: Every Scott Cooper Movie, Ranked

'Elf 2': Will Ferrell on Why He Turned Down $29M for the Sequel

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Best space and sci-fi books for 2021

There are plenty of great books out there about space — so many, in fact, that it can feel a little overwhelming to figure out where to start, whether searching for a perfect gift or your next engrossing read. So the editors and writers at have put together a list of their favorite books about the universe. These are the books that we love — the ones that informed us, entertained us and inspired us. We hope they'll do the same for you!

We've divided the books into five categories, which each have their own dedicated pages. On this page, we feature books we're reading now and books we've recently read, which we will update regularly. Click to see the best of:

We hope there's something on our lists for every reader of every age. We're also eager to hear about your favorite space books, so please leave your suggestions in the comments, and let us know why you love them. You can see our ongoing Space Books coverage here.

What we're reading:

"Back to Earth: What Life in Space Taught Me About Our Home Planet ― And Our Mission to Protect It"

by Nicole Stott

"The Apollo Murders" (Mulholland Books, 2021) 

By Col. Chris Hadfield

"Beyond: The Astonishing Story of the First Human to Leave Our Planet and Journey into Space" (Harper, 2021) 

By Stephen Walker 

"The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, & Dreams Deferred" (Bold Type Books, 2021)

By Chanda Prescod-Weinstein

"The Relentless Moon" (Tor, 2020)

By Mary Robinette Kowal

"The Sirens of Mars: Searching for Life on Another World" (Crown, 2020)

By Sarah Stewart Johnson

"See You in Orbit?: Our Dream of Spaceflight" (To Orbit Productions, 2019)

By Alan Ladwig

"Identified Flying Objects" (Masters Creative LLC, 2019)

By Michael Masters

"They Are Already Here: UFO Culture and Why We See Saucers" (Pegasus Books, 2020)

By Sarah Scoles

"The Andromeda Evolution" (Harper, 2019)

By Daniel H. Wilson

"For Small Creatures Such As We" (G.P Putnam's Sons, 2019)

By Sasha Sagan

"Dr. Space Junk Vs. the Universe" (MIT Press, 2019)

By Alice Gorman

"Einstein's Unfinished Revolution" (Penguin Press, 2019)

By Lee Smolin

"Apollo's Legacy" (Smithsonian Books, 2019)

By Roger Launius

"Finding Our Place in the Universe" (MIT Press, 2019)

By Hélène Courtois

"The Girl Who Named Pluto" (Schwartz & Wade, 2019)

By Alice B. McGinty, Illustrated by Elizabeth Haidle

"Delta-v" (Dutton, 2019)

By Daniel Suarez

Again, check out our full lists here:

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Join our Space Forums to keep talking space on the latest missions, night sky and more! And if you have a news tip, correction or comment, let us know at: [email protected] is the premier source of space exploration, innovation and astronomy news, chronicling (and celebrating) humanity's ongoing expansion across the final frontier. Originally founded in 1999, is, and always has been, the passion of writers and editors who are space fans and also trained journalists. Our current news team consists of Editor-in-Chief Tariq Malik; Editor Hanneke Weitering, Senior Space Writer Mike Wall; Senior Writer Meghan Bartels; Senior Writer Chelsea Gohd, Senior Writer Tereza Pultarova and Staff Writer Alexander Cox. Senior Producer Steve Spaleta oversees our space videos, with Kim Hickock as our Reference Editor and Diana Whitcroft as our Social Media Editor. 


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How Long to Beat Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

By Greysun Morales


Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy game is finally here and players might be wondering just how long the action-adventure takes to beat.

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is finally here, and fans can jump into the action-adventure title to play as Peter Quill (Star-Lord) and go on a space-filled journey with the rest of the team. Throughout the game, players will have to make many choices that can impact how the narrative plays out. While Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy only has one major ending, there can be slight differences here and there depending on how players choose to react to in-game choices.

Besides making these choices, however, most of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is linear, taking players on a straight path with some side areas that can contain some of the game's collectibles, like costumes for Groot, Drax, and the other Guardians.

RELATED: Marvel’s Guardians of The Galaxy: Best Abilities to Unlock First

How Long to Beat Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Game

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy will take about 15-20 hours for players to complete and see the end credits. The Eidos-Montreal developed title has a short prologue chapter and then 16 standard story chapters that can take players about an hour or so to finish. Of course, players can spend lots of extra time searching for collectibles or replaying previous chapters to see how a different choice could impact the story.

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Chapter List

Here are all of the Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy chapters and their titles:

  • Prologue
  • Chapter 1: A Risky Gamble
  • Chapter 2: Busted
  • Chapter 3: The Cost of Freedom
  • Chapter 4: The Monster Queen
  • Chapter 5: Due or Die
  • Chapter 6: Between a Rock and a Hard Place
  • Chapter 7: Canine Confusion
  • Chapter 8: The Matriarch
  • Chapter 9: Desperate Times
  • Chapter 10: Test of Faith
  • Chapter 11: Mind Over Matter
  • Chapter 12: Knowhere To Run
  • Chapter 13: Against All Odds
  • Chapter 14: Into The Fire
  • Chapter 15: Broken Promises
  • Chapter 16: Magus

Is There New Game Plus in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy?

Fans will be happy to know that there is a New Game Plus mode in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy and it unlocks once players finish the game. All of the characters will start the game with their unlocked Perks and Abilities, and Guardians of the Galaxy players can enjoy choosing different answers and decisions to have a slightly different journey through the game's story.

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is out October 26th for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

MORE: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Most Important Choices That Change The Ending


Momo Suicide Game Appearing in Fortnite and Peppa Pig YouTube Videos [UPDATE]

Parents and kids discover YouTube videos featuring Fortnite characters and Peppa Pig that are spliced with images and videos of the Momo Suicide Game monster.

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