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Léa Seydoux To Lead New Adaptation Of Erotic Classic Emmanuelle  

Palme d'Or winning actor Lea Seydoux is set to star in filmmaker Audrey Diwan's reboot of the cult erotic novel, "Emmanuelle" (via The Hollywood Reporter).  Initially written in French by Emmanuelle Arsan, the book describes a string of erotic fantasies in various settings while exploring polyamory and bisexuality from the author's lens. French filmmaker Just Jaeckin went on to make a cinematic adaptation of the book in 1974, which went on to garner critical acclaim and spawned a string of se...

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2022-05-16 12:14:31

Jerrod Carmichael Was Careful With How He Handled On The Count Of Three's Heavy Themes  

When you think Jerrod Carmichael, you think comedy. The stand-up comic and prolific TV performer is known for "The Carmichael Show," "Comedy Bang! Bang!," the "Neighbors" films, and his recent "Saturday Night Live" appearance and special "Rothaniel." Lately the increasingly prolific performer has taken another novel step forward with the premiere of his directorial debut "On the Count of Three." In the film, Val (Carmichael) tries to commit suicide before being interrupted, and enters a suicid...

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2022-05-16 12:01:17

Yellowstone Season 5 Officially Begins Production  

"Yellowstone" fans can buckle up, as a new season is coming their way soon. As per a report by Deadline, the production process for "Yellowstone"  season 5 has already commenced in Montana. The upcoming installment will have 14 episodes, making it the longest season to date; this naturally means more screen time for the Duttons, owners of the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch, since the show revolves around their family affairs. While the upcoming "Yellowstone" season will be the juiciest one so far,...

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2022-05-16 10:10:38

Everything We Know So Far About Hirokazu Kore-Eda's Broker  

Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda is returning to Cannes Film Festival with a follow-up to his 2018 Palme d'Or winner "Shoplifters." His 2022 entry, "Broker," will be the Japanese director's first Korean-language film. "Broker" features a number of big names in Korean filmmaking, including "Parasite" star Song Kang-ho. Kang-ho is a long-time collaborator with director Bong Joon-ho, having starred in a number of films since his breakout crime drama "Memories of Murder" in 2003. Kore-eda took s

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2022-05-16 09:32:38

The Staircase Went To The Real Crime Scene To Create Its Sets  

As a culture, we've always been obsessed with true crime. Back in 1970, the public devoured every grizzly detail of the Manson murders, right down to the bloody writing on the walls, and the whole case became a spectacle. America couldn't tear its eyes away from the weirdo cult leader and his gang of acid-tripping misfits. The murderers became stars of their own television shows. Now, they get a series.  One of the most recent murders to capture the attention of true crime enthusiasts and tele...

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2022-05-16 08:59:14

Ferris Bueller's Day Off's Signature Ferrari Wasn't As Real As You Might Think  

I've never been much of a car person. I don't even know what brand our family runaround is; to me it's just a red thing with four wheels and some seats inside. I don't even have a driver's license, and I always start looking for an excuse to leave a conversation when other guys start talking about horse power and stuff like that. Yet despite my general lack of interest in all things automotive, there are a few movie cars that leave me salivating. If I had my pick, I'd take a 1970 Dodge Challen...

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2022-05-16 08:09:04

Matthew McConaughey Went Primal Committing To His Reign Of Fire Role  

Sometimes, it feels like we are past the era of prototypical action movie stars. Sure, there's Tom Cruise, Dwayne Johnson, Keanu Reeves, Jason Statham, and more, but they seem to appear in fewer movies than stars of the '80s and '90s like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, or Jean-Claude Van Damme. Then there are actors who definitely should be considered bigger stars, like Frank Grillo and Scott Adkins, but aren't.  The problem with the former group is, for the most part, they are s...

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2022-05-16 07:21:10

Dax And Worf's Romance Didn't Have To Be Forced For Star Trek: Deep Space Nine  

One of the best things about "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" is the show's dedication to complex interpersonal relationships on board the space station. Throughout the series, there were a number of great pairings as different crew members realized that their friendships or work partnerships had turned into something else. Captain Sisko (Avery Brooks) fell in love with the fiery transport captain Kasidy Yates (Penny Johnson Jerald), Security Chief Odo (Rene Auberjonois) found a perfect partner in...

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2022-05-16 06:28:12

Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers Early Buzz: Roger Rabbit Gets A Worthy Successor  

Disney+, as a streaming service, has largely been good as a nostalgia machine that runs on gigantic franchises. And, to be fair, that strategy is working quite well as the service has gained a ton of subscribers in just over two years. At times, this can be a bit exhausting but, in other moments, the vessel for nostalgia proves to be welcomed. Such appears to be the case with "Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers," a brand new movie that revives the beloved cartoon with a twist. It's a mix of live-acti

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2022-05-16 05:56:39

Sally's Show Goes Live In The Latest Episode Of Barry  

Here's a fun fact: the second-season premiere of HBO's hit show "Barry" first aired on March 31, 2019, with its finale airing in May of that year. So it's been three years, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, since this show aired regularly. And while it makes perfect sense that "Barry" would not incorporate the pandemic into its storyline, the show also isn't doing a ton of hand-holding for its audience in season three about even the tiniest details from previous seasons. Three years after season

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2022-05-16 05:35:55

Uncle Buck Was A Playground For John Candy And The Cast  

Few actors seemed to have quite as firm a grasp on John Hughes' approach to comedy as John Candy. The treasured Canadian funnyman could handle slapstick and sentiment with equal grace, which was the key to so many of Hughes' movies as a writer, director, and producer. It's this skill that allowed Candy to go from busting guts to breaking hearts in a film like 1987's "Planes, Trains and Automobiles," or even mix pathos with morbid humor during the brief scenes he shares with Catherine O'Hara in

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2022-05-16 03:08:10

David Tennant And Catherine Tate Are Returning To Doctor Who For 60th Anniversary  

Following the announcement that "Sex Education" star Ncuti Gatwa would be playing the Fourteenth Doctor in the next season of "Doctor Who," it appears that his Doctor won't be the only iteration of the Time Lord from Gallifrey on deck for Russell T. Davies' return to the long-running sci-fi staple. According to the BBC, the showrunner revealed that David Tennant is set to reprise his iconic role of the Tenth Doctor. But Tennant's timey-whimey traveller won't be alone. He'll be joined by a rathe

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2022-05-15 21:49:07

The Staircase Documentary Filmmakers Feel 'Betrayed' By Inaccuracies In HBO Max Series  

The makers of the original 2004 docuseries "The Staircase" — the basis for the current dramatized HBO Max miniseries starring Colin Firth and Toni Colette — are alleging that the miniseries undermines the credibility of their work. "The Staircase" won a Peabody Award in 2005, and reviews for the new miniseries, created by Antonio Campos, have been positive. Both the original docuseries and the miniseries currently hold a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes. However, Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, the di...

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2022-05-15 18:44:12

Only Murders In The Building Reunion As Steve Martin Invents The Whoopie Cushion On SNL  

Back in the day, you could get whoopee cushions or hand buzzers or fake vomit from mail-away ads in the back of comic books or your local novelty store. Now, you're more likely to find that stuff in a dollar store or a hidden corner of the toy section of a big box store since many specialty shops have unfortunately gone the way of the dodo. Thanks, capitalism. But have you ever wondered where some of those classic joke shop gags really came from? Selena Gomez and "Saturday Night Live" recently

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2022-05-15 16:07:22

Every TV Show That Just Got Canceled  

Ah, springtime. The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and behind closed doors somewhere in Hollywood, network executives are absolutely massacring prime-time lineups. TV cancellation season, which typically comes ahead of annual industry upfront meetings, is always a brutal time for both fans of television and the folks behind the scenes hoping to keep their jobs. This year's cancellation onslaught has already been especially brutal, with around 20 shows axed across the big five network

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2022-05-15 13:45:04

Firestarter Director Keith Thomas On Streamlining Stephen King & Starting Some Fires [Interview]  

"Firestarter" is one of Stephen King's more medium-sized epics. Still, turning the +500 pages family horror drama into 90-minute thriller is a herculean task. To do so, director Keith Thomas and screenwriter Scott Teems focus largely on the central chase, with Charlie (Ryan Kiera Armstrong) and Andy McGee (Zac Efron) on the run from shadowy government figures. There's a lot of material from the book hinted at and suggested, but for Thomas, he felt the best way to adapt King was simply to get t...

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2022-05-15 11:21:18

The Daily Stream: Watch The Rise And Fall Of Angel  

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Series: "Angel" Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: Joss Whedon is problematic. Let's just leave that there, so it hangs over everything I'm going to say. Without getting into a debate about the art versus the artist, I have mixed feelings about writing this, but with that said, Whedon was not the only creative involved in

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2022-05-15 09:07:23

If Kirby Dies In Her Scream Return, We Riot  

Warning: spoilers ahead for all the "Scream" movies, including "Scream" (2022). When you decide to make legacy sequels in a slasher film franchise, you run into a little bit of a problem: The vast majority of fan favorite characters ended up getting killed. That's just how the genre works. You build up a collection of fun people, and they get picked off one by one. "Scream" is a rarity in that the focus of the franchise is not on the killer but the survivors, as the killer is a different person

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2022-05-15 07:08:11

One Of The Scariest Scenes In The Original Stepford Wives Reminds Us That Our Bodies Aren't Our Own  

(Welcome to Scariest Scene Ever, a column dedicated to the most pulse-pounding moments in horror with your tour guides, horror experts Matt Donato and Ariel Fisher. In this edition, Ariel gets horrified in Stepford, Connecticut, while Matt hides behind a white picket fence.) I've never seen "The Stepford Wives" before this. I've been meaning to watch it, and what better time than now, while my mom who grew up in the '60s and '70s is visiting. And, you know, while Roe v. Wade is in the process o

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2022-05-15 07:06:52

Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Ending Explained: Come Take A Trip In My Time Ship  

"Star Trek: Picard" season 2's messy web of time-travelling plot threads has been woven together to create quite the crescendo of a finale. Season 1 took a sharp left turn out of "Star Trek" to focus on a more action-orientated sci-fi thriller of a story -- so it was great to see season 2 return to the Trek we love. "Picard" season 2 is far more character-focused than the first season, with a deep dive into "Star Trek" lore at every turn, and a bundle of interesting characters caught up in a p...

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2022-05-15 06:44:25

TV, Interrupted: Archive 81 Is Missing A Whole Other Box Of Tapes  

(Welcome to TV, Interrupted, a series where the /Film team remembers, eulogizes, and makes a case for the revival of TV shows we loved that were canceled far too soon.) Nobody likes to see their absolute favorite shows on earth being abruptly canceled (read: NBC's "Hannibal" and Netflix's "Mindhunter," which is currently "on indefinite hold," whatever that means). However, when a slow-burn found-footage horror with an intensely interesting storyline is felled before it is even allowed to bloom,

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2022-05-15 02:57:28

Meet Hollywood's First Ever Filipino Movie Star  

Despite the lack of representation in history textbooks until relatively recently, Filipinos have been a part of the fabric of America for a very long time. The earliest documented presence of immigrants from the Philippines in North America is as far back as 1587. Since then, they have been involved with the Philippine-American War, World War II, and the United Farm Workers movement. Filipinos were also instrumental in developing the land that would become California -- including Hollywood. Ho

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2022-05-15 02:02:54

Tales From The Box Office: 20 Years Ago, Attack Of The Clones Set A Low Bar For Star Wars  

There was a really dark period for "Star Wars" fans that occurred between 1983 and 1997. It was after "Return of the Jedi" hit theaters and before the Special Editions were released in theaters. There was virtually nothing big happening with the franchise. Sure, this period gave us Grand Admiral Thrawn in the "Heir to the Empire" trilogy and video games like "Shadows of the Empire," but there was no big event to look forward to. That all changed in 1999 with the release of "The Phantom Menace,"

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2022-05-14 13:07:36

Jerrod Carmichael Had One Goal In Mind While Making On The Count Of Three  

Trigger warning: the following article includes reference to self harm.  Over a year after making a splash at the Sundance Film Festival, comedian Jerrod Carmichael's feature directorial debut is finally in theaters and on VOD. The highly anticipated indie movie follows an unusual, seemingly bleak plot. In it, two friends, Val (Carmichael) and Kevin (Christopher Abbott), make a suicide pact, but then decide to put off the act for one day that they can spend doing whatever they want. As dark as...

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2022-05-14 11:56:12

The 2023 Academy Awards Will Be Hosted In March Of Next Year  

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the ABC network have announced the date for next year's Oscars ceremony, along with the nomination timeline and other key dates for the 2022 awards season. The 95th Academy Awards, honoring the best films of this year, will be broadcast live on ABC and in over 200 territories worldwide from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 12, 2023. The 93rd Academy Awards extended the eligibility period for theatrical releases an additiona...

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2022-05-14 11:45:25

Dame Maggie Smith Wasn't Exactly Thrilled With Her Downton Abbey Role  

With "Downton Abbey: A New Era" set to open in theaters nationwide soon, fans of the British television series-turned-films are excited to see the tremendous ensemble back on the screen. When you have a cast this talented, people are likely to form attachments with some of their favorite characters, and in the world of "Downton Abbey," there's plenty to choose from. There's certainly a huge following for characters like Dan Stevens' Matthew Crawley or Jim Carter's Mr. Carson. I'm partial to the

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2022-05-14 10:50:04

Mortal Kombat's Creators Couldn't Believe Anyone Would Want To Make It A Movie  

"Mortal Kombat" is one of the best fighting games out there. It's silly, and ridiculous, and bloody, and it's so much fun! As someone who's been playing the title since it first came out, I love every goofy thing about it, from fatalities, to the weird ways the characters attack each other, to the look on people's faces when they're fans and you say, "Toasty." I used to warn people away from the arcade cabinet so I could read the character biographies as they scrolled by on the screen. This was

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2022-05-14 09:34:47

Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Heading For $62 Million Second Weekend  

A week after Marvel Studios cracked the multiverse wide open, the studio's latest offering is still besting the competition. "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is projected to easily top the box office this weekend: The horror-tinged superhero movie is expected to rake in another $60 million by Monday, according to The Wrap. The Benedict Cumberbatch-led film didn't have much new competition for the weekend, as Blumhouse's "Firestarter" was the only major release brave enough to go up

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2022-05-14 09:20:28

Top Gun: Maverick Is Certified Fresh With A Near Perfect Score On Rotten Tomatoes  

If you need to make a bona fide blockbuster in 2022, apparently Tom Cruise is still the man to call. First feedback to "Top Gun: Maverick" is finally here, and so far critics think the film has all the makings of a massive crowd-pleaser. The long-delayed "Top Gun" sequel is officially Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, with a near-perfect score of 97% as of the time of writing. Paramount Pictures celebrated the achievement yesterday with a Twitter post prominently displaying the aggregate site

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2022-05-14 07:14:12

Alexander Skarsgård And Dane DeHaan Will Play Reluctant Tiger Hunters In The Tiger  

"The Northman" star Alexander Skarsgård is teaming up with Dane DeHaan, producer Darren Aronofsky, and Ukrainian writer-director Myroslav Slaboshpytskyi for "The Tiger," a film adaptation of the bestselling book by John Vaillant. As Amleth in "The Northman," Skarsgård may be eager to avenge his father, save his mother, and kill his uncle Fjölnir, but his character in "The Tiger" will be considerably less eager to hunt a tiger that killed a poacher in self-defense. "The Tiger" is based...

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2022-05-14 05:38:27

The Daily Stream: Freakazoid! Will Give Your Brain A Chocolate Coating  

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Series: "Freakazoid!" Where You Can Stream It: Tubi The Pitch: Back in 1990, Terry Semel, the president of Warner Bros., felt that the company's cartoon department was running low on energy, and aimed to solve the issue by ordering a new series — à la the successful 1984 series "Muppet Babies" — that would star youthful c...

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2022-05-14 05:37:24

Joaquin Phoenix Had A Tense Scene In Signs That Made M. Night Shyamalan Laugh  

In 2002, the world was looking at M. Night Shyamalan. His 1999 film "The Sixth Sense" was more successful than anyone could have expected, grossing over $670 million worldwide on a $40 million budget. It would go on to be nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor (for Haley Joel Osment), Best Supporting Actress (for Toni Collette), Best Screenplay, and Best Editing (for Andrew Mondshein). Shyalaman's follow-up to "The Sixth Sense," 2000's "Un

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2022-05-14 05:18:24

Year Of The Vampire: The Hunger Is A Deceptively Gorgeous Movie About Grooming  

(Welcome to Year of the Vampire, a series examining the greatest, strangest, and sometimes overlooked vampire movies of all time in honor of "Nosferatu," which turns 100 this year.) TRIGGER WARNING: Be advised that this article deals with issues of assault and grooming. If you are a survivor there are resources available.  The atmospheric horror thriller "The Hunger" is something of an anomaly in director Tony Scott's filmography. While the late British helmer (who cut his teeth on commercial...

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2022-05-14 04:55:49

Elizabeth Olsen Has Never Actually Met John Krasinski  

Warning: spoilers ahead for "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness." Making movies is a challenge, and doubly so in the Covid era, when strict safety protocols can make gathering people in the same room nearly impossible. So it's really no surprise that some of the cast members in "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" were never on set together, and they only appeared that way because of some movie magic. Some fans were shocked, however, to discover that star Elizabeth Olsen, wh...

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2022-05-14 04:31:10

What Would Make A Resident Evil Adaptation Successful?  

Since the games first debuted in 1996, "Resident Evil" has been a worldwide pop culture phenomenon. With a whopping 28 games, seven live-action feature films, five CGI animated films, four stage productions (including a musical), four in-universe documentaries, six dramatic audio albums, an animated series, and a live-action series adaptation on the way, it's safe to say "Resident Evil" is one of the biggest franchises in history. The latest adaptation comes from Netflix, with the live-action s

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2022-05-14 03:53:56

The Usual Suspects Ending Explained: The Greatest Trick The Devil Ever Pulled  

"The Usual Suspects" is a movie with one of the great twist endings of all time, but not everyone was enamored of it back in 1995 when it first built up word-of-mouth buzz among filmgoers. Christopher McQuarrie's mystery-laden script won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, and the Writers Guild of America would go on to rank it one of the 101 best screenplays ever written. However, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Roger Ebert gave the crime thriller a 1.5-star review and wrote that its fla...

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2022-05-14 02:59:39

Why Alan Ruck Was Working At Sears After Shooting Ferris Bueller's Day Off  

Nearly 40 years after his role as Cameron in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," actor Alan Ruck has reentered the cultural zeitgeist with his role as Connor in HBO's "Succession" and Jay Rosen in Hulu's "The Dropout." There are no big gaps in Ruck's resume — the actor spent decades bouncing between supporting parts in moderately successful television shows from "Spin City" to "Greek" — but Ruck had a hard time finding a project as exciting as "Ferris Bueller" to follow up his breakout role. A coup...

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2022-05-14 02:23:34

Charlize Theron Shares Behind-The-Scenes Look At Her Marvel Cinematic Universe Debut  

Note: This article contains spoilers for "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness." "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is a Marvel movie that doesn't exactly feel like a Marvel movie. Sure, it has all the connective tissue that Marvel Cinematic Universe films are duty-bound to have, but horror filmmaker Sam Raimi delights in derailing viewer expectations for pretty much its entire runtime. So when the wild ride of a movie ended with a decidedly expected mid-credits scene, the ret

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2022-05-14 01:09:34

Superman & Lois Had To Look Outside The Arrowverse To Find Its Inspiration  

Superman is one of the most impactful DC superheroes of all time — it's no surprise that we've seen multiple interpretations of the Kryptonian over the years. Christopher Reeve's version of the character made us believe a man could fly, and Henry Cavill's Superman implored us to see the superhero in a gritty, darker light. George Reeves was the definitive Superman for most of the '50s, and Tom Welling's version chronicled Kal-El's formative years leading up to his superhero identity. Since S...

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2022-05-13 17:49:46

Yvette Nicole Brown Said Working On Community Was A Lot Like College  

One of the best things about college is the opportunity to explore and experiment with your identity. Whether you're fresh out of high school or going back to school well into adulthood, college is a place where people figure themselves out and learn more than just advanced algebra and the perils of forgetting to wear shower shoes in the dorms. On the NBC series "Community," each of the members of the study group discovered new things about themselves in their time at Greendale Community Colleg

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2022-05-13 13:42:42

Scream 6 Script Is 'Really Good,' Courteney Cox Teases  

It's a great time to be a "Scream" fan. Not only was this year's most recent installment of the franchise a massive success that stayed true to the spirit of the original trilogy, but there seems to be no slowing down in the production of "Scream 6," which will feature the returns of Courteney Cox's Gale Weathers, Neve Campbell's Sidney Prescott, and even Hayden Panettiere as Kirby. That's right: Kirby's still alive. The fan favorite's survival was confirmed in a blink-and-you-miss-it cameo i...

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2022-05-13 11:58:25

The Plot Of The Wire Season 2 Was A Point Of Contention For Michael Kenneth Williams  

Although "The Wire" is widely considered one of the best TV shows of all time, fans are often less enthusiastic about season 2. While the show's debut season focused on the drug trade in Baltimore's west side, season 2 radically switched the focus towards the docks. Most of the plot was now focused on crooked union leader Frank Sobatka (Chris Bauer), his son Nick Sobatka (Pablo Schreiber), and Nick's annoying cousin Ziggy (James Ransone). A lot of the most memorable characters from season 1, li

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2022-05-13 11:58:24

Fast X Adds Reacher Star Alan Ritchson To The Cast  

The cast of "Fast & Furious 10," officially titled "Fast X," continues to grow despite having some trouble behind the scenes. And when we say we grow we mean it as Alan Ritchson, the hulk of a man who heads up Amazon's "Reacher" series, is the latest addition the #FastFamily He is just the latest high-profile newcomer to provide even more star power to a franchise that is already loaded down with it from top to bottom. Ritchson's casting was first reported by Deadline. For the time being, there

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2022-05-13 10:58:42

5 Of Fred Ward's Best Roles, And Where You Can Watch Them  

We lost one of the all-time great character actors today, as the consistently fantastic Fred Ward passed away at the age of 79. For just shy of 50 years, Ward performed across just about every genre possible on both the big and small screens. Trying to encapsulate someone's life's work with a short listicle is already an impossible task, made even more difficult when there's a multitude of incredible performances to choose from. You could ask anyone to name Fred Ward's five best roles, and ever

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2022-05-13 09:59:39

Stephanie Beatriz Joins Peacock's Twisted Metal TV Series  

The "Twisted Metal" series coming to Peacock just got another talented rough-and-tumble character added to its roster, and she's going to be played by "Brooklyn 99" star Stephanie Beatriz. We already knew that the live-action adaptation of the video game franchise will star Anthony Mackie as "motor-mouthed milkman" John Doe, but Peacock has now announced that Beatriz will join him in the new role of Quiet, a car thief who does whatever she has to in order to survive in such a "twisted" world. ...

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2022-05-13 09:40:08

An Animated Married... With Children Revival Is In The Works With The Original Cast On Board  

Love and marriage, love and marriage ... go together like a horse and carriage ... The theme song to "Married... with Children" has lived rent-free in my mind since childhood, when I would catch reruns of the hit Fox TV series on my tube TV late at night, adjusting the foil-covered antenna for better reception. Because it's 2022 and everything old is new again, there's a new "Married... with Children" in the works, reuniting the dysfunctional fictional Bundy family for the first time since the...

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2022-05-13 09:34:39

The Time Traveler's Wife Writer Steven Moffat Gets Sentimental About Love And Time Travel [Interview]  

The new HBO series "The Time Traveler's Wife" sees some of today's best science fiction storytellers tackling a beloved tale about a romance that happens out of order. Based on the best-selling 2003 novel of the same name by Audrey Niffenegger, the show is written by "Doctor Who" and "Sherlock" showrunner Steven Moffat, and all six episodes are directed by David Nutter ("Game of Thrones"). The titular time traveler's wife, Clare Abshire, is played by "Game of Thrones" alum Rose Leslie, and he...

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2022-05-13 09:03:21

Everything We Know About The Banshees Of Inisherin So Far  

Martin McDonagh and Colin Farrell are retracing their Irish roots in an exciting new project coming this fall (via Screen Daily). This will be McDonagh's follow-up to the 2017 drama "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," also produced by Searchlight Pictures. The upcoming film, titled the "Banshees of Inisherin," follows "two lifelong pals on a remote Irish isle," Variety reports. Conflict arises when one of the two suddenly cuts the friendship short. Like "In Bruges," McDonagh's new film

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2022-05-13 08:45:07

/Film Showdown: Magneto Vs Agent Smith  

Welcome back to the /Film showdown, where we pit two major genre characters against one another in a battle of brains, brawn, and badassery just because we can. Genre fans have been arguing about their own dream battles for years — many a sleepover has turned into a brutal debate about battles like Batman versus Superman, Wolverine versus the Hulk, Obi-Wan Kenobi versus Spock, and more. But what about the master of magnetism, Erik Lensherr (aka Magneto) and the rogue program Agent Smith? Bot...

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2022-05-13 08:39:32

John Carpenter's Firestarter Soundtrack Is Now Streaming  

When he's not chilling at home playing video games and watching NBA basketball, cherished cult director John Carpenter has kept busy of late composing horror film scores with his son Cody Carpenter. The duo teamed up with Daniel A. Davies to create the invigorating synth music for "Halloween" (2018) and its sequel, 2021's "Halloween Kills," and look to reunite once again for the final entry in David Gordon Green's slasher trilogy, 2022's "Halloween Ends." Ahead of that, the three have re-teamed

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2022-05-13 08:32:56

ABC Renews Big Sky, The Conners, The Wonder Years, A Million Little Things & More  

It's that bittersweet time of year when networks assess their current slate of programming, and announcements regarding new greenlights, existing renewals, and cancellations. After the absolute bloodbaths over at CBS, The CW, and Netflix, we can at least provide some positive news as ABC has announced a flurry of renewals for some of their fan-favorite shows. First, three stand-out comedy series are set to return, with "The Conners" has been given a fifth season, "The Wonder Years" for a second

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2022-05-13 07:47:02

Why Stephen King Didn't Care If 1408 Flopped  

Any time a writer publishes anything, he puts him or herself out there to be judged. Even with this very article, it is up to you, dear reader, to decide if it's any good or if it sucks. Imagine how thick-skinned Stephen King must be as one of the world's most renowned horror writers. In addition to his literary criticism, he must also deal with critiques of dozens of projects that have been adapted for film and television — most of which he has little control over. The author has always embr...

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2022-05-13 07:32:48

Lulu Wang Wasn't Going To Let Studio Demands Derail Her Plan For The Farewell  

If all you had was a vague logline, you would be forgiven for assuming "The Farewell" is a farce. After all, writer-director Lulu Wang's 2019 dramedy centers on a Chinese-American family who, upon learning their grandmother (Nai Nai, played by Zhao Shu-zhen) has terminal cancer, hastily schedule a wedding as an excuse for all their relatives to gather and covertly say their goodbyes without telling Nai Nai she's dying. But for all the high jinks that do, in fact, ensue, Wang's film is steeped i

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2022-05-13 06:52:35

Natasha Lyonne To Host The Saturday Night Live Season Finale  

Saturday, what a concept! NBC has announced the host of the season 47 "Saturday Night Live" finale, and it's a pretty stellar pick. Natasha Lyonne, comedian, actress, filmmaker, and "Russian Doll" star will be making her hosting debut in the season's final episode (per Entertainment Weekly). Pop band Japanese Breakfast will also be kicking off the summer as musical guest in the finale. It's surprising that Lyonne has never hosted the live late-night series before, as she's been a comedic force

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2022-05-13 06:28:03

Every Moon Knight Season 1 Episode Ranked Worst To Best  

It's increasingly easy for casual fans and cinephiles alike to hate Marvel Studios. The monolithic production company has been in its imperialist phase for a decade-plus, reshaping and homogenizing the modern moviegoing landscape. You can hate Marvel for that. Marvel stans seem increasingly irked by criticism or changes to the mighty Marvel manner. Folks on both sides of MCU Twitter are arguing about whether "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is good or not before 95% of the world ha

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2022-05-13 04:58:06

NBC Continues To Smell What The Rock Is Cooking, Renews Young Rock For Season 3  

All the rumors are true, "Young Rock," a show you totally knew existed and were keeping a very close eye on, is being renewed for a third season! That's right, you have more Rock origin story goodness coming your way. If you've been curious about how Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson became Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, then don't fret because you've got at least one more season to explore the ups and downs of his young life. And if this is brand new information for you, if you haven't heard a whit about

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2022-05-13 04:47:57

Hulu Has Canceled M.O.D.O.K. After Its First Season  

The cancellation bloodbath continues! Variety reports that "M.O.D.O.K." will end after a single season airing on Hulu. The stop-motion animation series came out in May 2021, and there are 10 episodes available to watch on the streaming service. If you're not familiar with the character, M.O.D.O.K. stands for Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing. Oswalt voiced the main character and should continue to do so. The fault -- in my humble opinion -- lies in not promoting this series the way oth...

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2022-05-13 03:22:28

Dan Stevens Joins Adam Wingard's Godzilla Vs Kong 2  

The lion of love must have broken out of his cage because Dan Stevens was just announced as having joined the cast of "Godzilla vs. Kong 2," reuniting him with Adam Wingard who directed Stevens in the action-thriller "The Guest." Stevens' announcement is the first major casting news from "Godzilla vs. Kong 2," the highly-anticipated sequel to Wingard's 2021 ultimate kaiju battle flick and the next addition to Legendary's Monsterverse film franchise. Principal photography is due to start in Aust

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2022-05-13 03:10:36

When Bong Joon-Ho Is Behind The Camera, Nothing Is Left Up To Chance  

At the end of many a Bong Joon-ho film, it's a common thing to be left feeling a little emotionally confused. From "Memories of Murder" to "Parasite," they always leave you reverberating with every emotion released throughout, making it hard to decide on the dominant sensation. Apart from Bong's tendency for ambiguous conclusions, the confusion is owed to the many idiosyncrasies that characterize his style. The director mixes black comedy, drama, and horror in ways that reflect the absurd but d

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2022-05-13 02:51:50

Searching's Realistic Computer Screens Resulted In A Massive Amount Of Extra Work  

Aneesh Chaganty's 2018 film "Searching" was one of the best films of its year. Employing the language of common, modern computer use as storytelling and pacing devices, "Searching" told the story of a panicking widower (John Cho) who goes on a cyber-hunt for his teenage daughter after she suddenly disappears. "Searching" is a Screenlife movie, constructed entirely from the perspective of laptop screens, cameras, and telephones. The brilliance of Chaganty's film is its slavish authenticity to th

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2022-05-13 02:17:05

Atlanta Season 3, Episode 9 Is A Mixed Bag Of Disappointment  

The latest episode of "Atlanta" is almost good. It has some intriguing and even funny moments, but it ultimately suffers from the same toothlessness and self-sabotage that has plagued the entire season. Shown in literal black and white, "Rich Wigga, Poor Wigga" is an obvious nod to the film "Imitation of Life" that attempts to tackle the concept of "gatekeeping Blackness" and does so with mixed success. Let's just get right into breaking down the episode, and explaining why both this episode an

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2022-05-13 01:50:50

Rosamund Pike To Star In Emerald Fennell's Next Movie, Saltburn  

The newest project from Academy Award-winning filmmaker Emerald Fennell is heading our way, and Rosamund Pike ("Gone Girl," "I Care A Lot," "The Wheel of Time") is leading the cast. Joining Pike are Jacob Elordi ("Euphoria") and Barry Keoghan ("The Killing of a Sacred Deer") because Emerald Fennell loves us and wants us to be happy.  The film, titled, "Saltburn," is said to be a story of "obsession." This gives us exactly zero insight as to what we can expect, but Pike, Elordi, and Keoghan are...

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2022-05-12 19:42:54

The CW Cancels Charmed, Naomi, Dynasty, Roswell: New Mexico, And More  

The CW went on a straight-up killing spree as not one but seven (count 'em' seven!) shows have been canceled by the network. This is downright uncommon for the broadcaster to say the very least of it and could be a sign that big changes are indeed on the horizon for The CW and its parent companies, specifically Paramount and Warner Bros. Discovery. As reported by TVLine, the six shows that have been given the ax are as follows: "Dynasty" after 5 seasons; "Charmed" after 4 seasons; "Into the Dar

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2022-05-12 18:52:50

On The Count Of Three Shares A Strange Connection With A Morgan Freeman Movie  

The trailer for "On the Count of Three" contains subject matter related to mental health and suicide. If you or a loved one is in crisis, please reach out to National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or the Crisis Text Line (Text TALK to 741741) to talk to someone who can help. Given twenty-four hours to live, most folks' to-do lists would vary individually. On the posse cut from Mase's "Harlem World" album, Jadakiss raps that his final meal would include fried chicken and a cold N

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2022-05-12 18:27:45

The Essex Serpent Review: A Beast-Hunt Gives Way To A Gorgeous, Eerie Gothic Romance  

The Essex Serpent looms over the foggy, water-locked town at the center of the new Apple TV+ series of the same name. Nevermind that the residents of the Victorian-era community rarely if ever see the sea creature: it haunts them like a devil, often seeming to kill or capture their vulnerable residents in the night. Enter Cora Seaborne (Claire Danes), a recent widow struck by a wild hair for adventure, who moves to Essex with her young son to track down the legendary monster. "The Essex Serpent

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2022-05-12 15:19:33

Kit Harington's Black Knight Almost Appeared In Moon Knight, But Didn't For A Good Reason  

Another day, another report about a "Moon Knight" crossover that didn't happen. The show is all the better off for it, too, freeing it up to tell an engaging standalone story about mental illness, healing from childhood trauma, and facing reality on one's own terms. That it is also part pulpy supernatural horror-adventure (à la "Indiana Jones" and "The Mummy") and part superhero action-comedy (but with Egyptian gods, some far crankier than others) makes it an all the more refreshing change of ...

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2022-05-12 13:42:35

Danny Boyle's Canceled James Bond Movie Would Have Sent 007 To Russia  

The cliche in Hollywood goes that when a studio and a filmmaker abandon a relationship over "creative differences," it's because the filmmaker is creative, and the studio is different. In an age lousy with tentpoles and IP-inflected blockbusters, any helping of cinematic creativity is generally accepted as being in the hands of the studio instead of a single screenwriter or director. Occasionally, a notable auteur can step into a long-running franchise and bring some of their own personal fla...

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2022-05-12 13:15:22

There Has Never Been A Bad Spock Actor  

In a world driven almost exclusively by a cycle of regenerating IP, you're bound to see your favorite franchise reboot itself at least once in your lifetime. Such is the case with "Star Trek," which has effectively resurrected its "Original Series" characters twice: in J.J. Abrams' alternate reality-set "Trek" films, and in the shows "Star Trek: Discovery" and "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds." That means that there are at least three interpretations of Captain James T. Kirk — and of his first ...

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2022-05-12 13:03:22

Bridgerton Season 3 Has Recast The Role Of The Second Youngest Bridgerton Daughter, Francesca  

Regency-era romance will soon return to Netflix thanks to "Bridgerton" season 3 heading into production this summer. As the adaptation of Julia Quinn's steamy novel series prepares to thrust another Bridgerton sibling into the spotlight, the show is shoring up its roster of romantic leads: Variety reports that Hannah Dodd is set to take over the role of Francesca Bridgerton from Ruby Stokes. Dodd has previously starred in "Harlots" and Netflix's own "Anatomy of a Scandal," and also has a role i

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2022-05-12 12:29:49

Why An Adaptation Of Stephen King's The Dark Tower Series Has Never Been Successful  

Since the success of "Game of Thrones," studios have been looking for a new fantasy series that appeals to adult audiences. Amazon has its "The Wheel of Time" series, Netflix has its upcoming "The Sandman," and HBO has "Game of Thrones" again. Somehow, "The Dark Tower" series by Stephen King has managed to go all this time without a proper adaptation. Even as Hollywood rushes to adapt all of King's other works, turning his short stories into TV shows and remaking his novels multiple times over,

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2022-05-12 12:13:25

The 16 Most Memorable David Lynch Characters Ever  

David Lynch is, without a doubt, one of cinema's most important directors. Over the course of a career that spans more than forty years, Lynch has given us such classic films as "The Elephant Man," "Blue Velvet," "Mulholland Drive," and the beloved television series "Twin Peaks." While most of his films have never been box office hits, he's nonetheless garnered considerable industry love in the form of numerous award distinctions, including four Oscar nominations (as well as receiving an honora

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2022-05-12 11:54:11

Firestarter's Young Star Already Had A Stephen King Pedigree  

Stephen King's "Firestarter" is getting a new shot at life in Hollywood as Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have delivered a brand new adaptation of the famed author's 1980 novel. As horror fans will surely recall, the book was previously adapted in 1984 (an adaptation King is not fond of) with Mark L. Lester in the director's chair and a young Drew Barrymore in the lead as Charlie, the young girl with pyrokinetic powers that causes a whole lot of trouble whilst making a whole bunch

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2022-05-12 10:06:09

/Film Showdown: Leatherface Vs. Pinhead  

Two souls enter. One soul gets torn apart.  Clive Barker's novella "The Hellbound Heart" was first published in 1986 and adapted to film as "Hellraiser" in 1987 by Barker himself. In it, a man solves a mysterious supernatural puzzle box which summons an immortal order of demonic sadomasochists from beyond the grave. They force upon him the ultimate sensual experience, wherein pain and pleasure become inseparable. In the original story, the leader of these demons, called Cenobites, was a young ...

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2022-05-12 10:04:56

First Kill Trailer: A Lesbian Love Story With A Bloody Twist  

Nothing complicates teenage love quite like meddling parents. And secret identities. And high school. And a thirst for blood. All of this and more will be at the center of an upcoming series from Netflix, proving once again that vampires are always in style, whether it's Halloween or the middle of the summer. "First Kill" (not to be confused with "Orphan: First Kill") has been described as a cross between "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and "Killing Eve," and the series is set to debut its deadly lo

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2022-05-12 10:03:47

How A Better Luck Tomorrow Sundance Screening Was Saved By Roger Ebert  

Justin Lin recently left the production of "Fast X," after a long history with the franchise. Lin directed "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" way back in 2006, and he returned to helm "Fast & Furious," "Fast Five," "Fast & Furious 6," and "F9." Lin also deserves credit for creating one of the franchise's marquee characters. Han Lue mentored "Tokyo Drift" protagonist Sean Boswell in the art of drifting, Han would continue with Lin through the rest of the franchise, returning in "F9" follow...

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2022-05-12 09:45:50

AMC Is Developing An Alan Wake TV Series, So Stock Up On Batteries  

The video game adaptation box has been opened, and it will not be closed! Now that movies based on video games are hot again (think "Uncharted" versus anything Uwe Boll has made), it feels like every network and production company is chomping at the bit to release its own. AMC has no interest in missing out on this trend. In fact, the network is jumping into the deep end with a TV series based on the survival horror game "Alan Wake" according to Deadline. So put your console away (or maybe your

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2022-05-12 09:23:41

Disney May Turn ESPN Into A Standalone Streaming Service  

It has to be considered a downright bizarre time to be associated with Disney right now. Nobody needs any reminding of the cultural maelstrom that the conglomerate has found itself right smack dab in the middle of recently -- a mess that's entirely of their own making, to be clear. Meanwhile, Pixar employees are certainly familiar with how their parent company has treated their movies lately, raising frustration levels by either shuttling them straight-to-streaming or creatively interfering w...

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2022-05-12 07:25:37

Halo Episode 8: Allegiances Are Forged And Shattered As Halo Finally Hits Its Stride  

Here's a question I've kept in mind throughout every episode of "Halo" so far: how long are audiences expected to stick it out with a new series, wallowing through uneven results in the early going while waiting for the story to become appointment television? In an ideal world, most shows would be as immediately arresting as "Breaking Bad" or "Lost," dropping viewers headfirst into an unfamiliar story and never letting up, all but daring us to even think about losing interest. The issue of how...

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2022-05-12 05:33:54

Beware The Smiling DM As A 'Definitive' Dungeons & Dragons Documentary Is On The Way  

Just when you though you'd run out of "Dungeons & Dragons" documentaries, they pull you right back in with a bag of shiny new dice. If you can't get enough of watching people talk about everyone's favorite tabletop roleplaying game (or at least, the most famous one) and you're tired of listening to "Let's Play" podcasts (aren't we all?), don't fret — the documentary studio XTR has your back. Their latest project, which is already in production, promises to be the "definitive" documentary on t...

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2022-05-12 05:32:09

Norm Macdonald Shot A Secret Netflix Stand-Up Special To Be Released After His Death  

Before his untimely death last September at the age of 61, comedian Norm Macdonald filmed a final stand-up special in his living room. The one-hour special, shot in a single take, will be released on Netflix on May 30, 2022, under the title of "Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special." While it's not unusual for musicians or actors to release work posthumously, it's something of a rarity for a deceased comedian to have a special come out like this. Macdonald had an existing relationship with Netflix, ...

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2022-05-12 05:09:01

Here's How To Watch The Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Series Premiere For Free Right Now  

The half-century-old "Star Trek" franchise is boldly going somewhere it's never been before: back to the beginning. The newest Paramount+ series serves as a prequel to Gene Roddenberry's seminal sci-fi classic, "Star Trek: The Original Series." Despite the tall order, the new show has already won over plenty of fans-the /Film team included-and garnered the highest Rotten Tomatoes score of any "Star Trek" series to date. Now, the show's premiere episode is free to stream for anyone, not just...

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2022-05-12 04:55:45

15 Music Documentaries You Can Stream On Netflix Right Now  

Music documentaries can run the gamut, and that's certainly true of those that are available to stream on Netflix. Regardless of whether one's interest lies in classic rock, contemporary pop, Nashville country, or vintage jazz, a scroll through Netflix's offerings reveals a wealth of viewing choices.  Looking for a critically acclaimed look at an obscure band that has managed to build up a loyal fanbase while avoiding mainstream success? You're covered. How about a documentary about legendar...

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2022-05-12 03:23:20

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Has Already Fixed A Major Discovery Problem  

We stand in the midst of a "Star Trek" renaissance. There are currently five "Star Trek" shows currently airing and another few still in production. There's a different flavor of "Star Trek" for everyone, whether that's "Star Trek: Discovery," "Star Trek: Picard," "Star Trek: Lower Decks," "Star Trek: Prodigy," and now "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds." With its pilot episode behind it, "Strange New Worlds" is getting a lot of praise from the "Star Trek" fandom. Viewers of "Discovery" were alread

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2022-05-12 03:15:44

South Park: The Streaming Wars Teaser: Next Paramount+ Movie Gets A Premiere Date  

The next wave of original "South Park" movies are heading to Paramount+ with the third of fourteen expected films arriving in less than a month. As part of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's $900 million deal, "South Park: The Streaming Wars" is the latest edition of exclusive films for the streamer following the two-part Covid special set in the future where our favorite foul-mouthed elementary schoolers are adults. Paramount+ released a short teaser video to announce the upcoming film, with no foot

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2022-05-12 03:08:21

A Deadpool Cameo Was Considered For Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness  

The premise of "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" (and it's all right there in the title) paved the way for lots of speculation as to what might actually happen in this movie. The possibilities were, quite literally, infinite. But Marvel Studios and director Sam Raimi also ran the risk of letting this devolve into a cameo festival. It was a delicate balance that needed to be struck. In attempting to find that balance, it has been revealed that a came from none other than Ryan Reynold

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2022-05-12 02:19:21

Ana De Armas' Blonde Director Andrew Dominik Is Baffled By Film's NC-17 Rating  

/Film reported back in February that the upcoming biopic of Marilyn Monroe called "Blonde," directed by Andrew Dominik ("Chopper," "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford") has been given an NC-17 rating by the Motion Picture Association. If the rating holds through its release, "Blonde" will be the first NC-17-rated film ever put out by its studio, Netflix. As previously reported, Dominik called the rating "a bunch of horse****," saying "If the audience doesn't like it, tha

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2022-05-12 01:59:40

RHOBH: Teddi Mellencamp Calls Out Critic Who Attacked Her Neck Lift  

Former RHOBH star Teddi Mellencamp shares a recent neck lift procedure. She responds to a follower who criticized her for having cosmetic surgery.

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2022-05-11 22:57:54

Doctor Who's New Spinoff Fixes An RTD Era Mistake | Screen Rant  

Like "Love and Monsters," Doctor Who: Redacted tells the story of a group of everyday people obsessed with the Doctor but avoids its pitfalls.

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2022-05-11 22:47:01

Chris Jericho Trademark Filings Suggest New Gimmick Is Here To Stay  

Chris Jericho hasn't been shy about recreating himself since joining AEW. Recent trademark filings suggest that his Wizard gimmick will stick.

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2022-05-11 22:27:17

Candy True Story: Betty Gore's Murder & What Happened Next  

In Hulu's Candy, Jessica Biel plays ax-murderer Candy Montgomery in the story of Betty Gore's murder. Here are the facts behind the true crime.

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2022-05-11 22:23:59

Top Gun 2 & Mission Impossible 8 Both Have The Same Tom Cruise Dilemma  

Two of Paramount's movies are up against the same hurdle. Here's why both Mission: Impossible 8 and Top Gun 2 have a Tom Cruise dilemma to solve.

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2022-05-11 22:13:02

When Hell Let Loose's Soviet Update Releases On PS5 & Xbox Series X  

The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S version of Hell Let Loose is about to receive its first major content update, focused on Soviet forces.

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2022-05-11 22:12:02

7 Christopher Nolan Movie Plot Twists That Everyone Saw Coming  

Christopher Nolan is known for his complex plots with exciting plot twists, but which ones were just too predictable?

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2022-05-11 21:34:07

Downton Abbey Isobel Actor Is Jealous Of Maggie Smith's Funny Lines  

Downton Abbey: A New Era actor Penelope Wilton has admitted to being jealous of Maggie Smith's funny lines throughout the successful series.

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2022-05-11 20:56:05

Google Just Teased The Pixel 7 & 7 Pro, Featuring A New Tensor Chipset  

Forget about the Pixel 6 series — Google is already teasing the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro! Our first look at the phones reveals a tweaked design and new chip.

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2022-05-11 20:30:48

Bachelorette: Thomas Jacobs & Nayte Olukoya Reveal Favorite Baby Names  

On the Bachelor Happy Hour Podcast with Becca Kufrin and Michelle Young, Thomas Jacobs and Nayte Olukoya share their favorite baby names.

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2022-05-11 20:17:44

Darth Vader's Cruelest Jedi Defeat Proves He Is Irredeemable  

In a Star Wars Legends-era comic, Darth Vader cruelly defeats a Jedi Knight, making him irredeemable and demonstrating the nature of the dark side.

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2022-05-11 20:15:35

Selling Sunset: Chelsea Lazkani Saddened By Christine Quinn's Exit  

Chelsea Lazkani, who is the newest Oppenheim Group agent on Selling Sunset, is sad to see her friend Christine Quinn leave the Netflix series.

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2022-05-11 20:14:28

Bryce Dallas Howard Wants To Direct A Star Wars Movie  

The Mandalorian director Bryce Dallas Howard is ready for the next challenge in the franchise far, far away and wants to direct a Star Wars movie.

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2022-05-11 19:49:34

Hacks: 10 Deborah Vance Quotes To Remember Before Season 2  

The critically acclaimed series returns to HBO Max this week. Which of Jean Smart's iconic line deliveries from season 1 were the most memorable?

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2022-05-11 19:39:49

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