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Director Trent Harris’ The Beaver Trilogy screens at The St. Louis International Film Festival Saturday, November 14h at 7:30pm at Webster University’s Moore Auditorium. Harris will be in attendance and will receive a Contemporary Cinema Award. Ticket information can be found Here. It will be on a double bill with director Brad Besser’s The Beaver Trilogy Part 4. Trent Harris will also attend a screening of his 1995 science fiction comedy/musical Plan 10 From Outer Space on Sunday November 15th at 6:30pm at Webster University’s Moore Auditorium. Ticket information for that can be found Here.
The long, odd tale of director Trent Harris’ The Beaver Trilogy begins in 1979 with the chance meeting between Harris and an earnest small-town dreamer from Beaver, Utah. Charmed and amused, Harris soon accepts the stranger’s invitation to come to the small town of Beaver to film a talent show, where »
- Tom Stockman
Take a look at these celebs who were brave enough to serve in the armed forces long before they got famous in entertainment and sports. Elvis Presley, Richard Pryor, Jimi Hendrix and Joe Dimaggio are just a few of the heroic stars we're serving up in their uniforms. We salute you! Read more »
- TMZ Staff
“Eleven hours baby,” said Clinton. “They couldn’t break me and they never will.”
Maddow put Clinton through her paces through some “MSNBC tough” questions about living in New York vs. returning to the South and being an introvert vs. an extrovert.
David-as-Sanders rebuffed Maddow’s questions with his trademark humility:
On raising taxes: “We need to rebuild our nation’s infrastructure. It’s crumbling. That’s why I no longer drive on bridges or through tunnels. It’s too risky. »
- Debra Birnbaum
Look, guys, the truth is, none of us can win. No, tonight, we are all Donald Trump’s favorite insult: losers. Donald Trump is running for president. Donald Trump hosted SNL (for the second time, lest we all forget). It happened, and all we can do is try to pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and make something of the rubble left behind. And, if you feel like it, you can also read my thoughts on the episode. Cold Open: MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow conducts the Democratic Candidates Forum. The first sketch of the night was Trump-free and decently funny, although it was also a bit of a retread of last episode’s Democratic Debate cold open. Still, some good-as-always moments from Kate McKinnon as Hillary (“But first, excuse me while I try to sit casually in this chair”) and a welcome return of Larry David as Bernie Sanders (“I »
- Emilie Sowers
Following a popular turn as Bernie Sanders in the Oct. 17 episode of “Saturday Night Live,” Larry David returned to the NBC series for the Donald Trump-hosted show. The comedian appeared in the show’s cold open, a parody of MSNBC’s Democratic forum on Friday night, with Cecily Strong playing the cable news network’s Rachel Maddow, moderating the forum and asking the candidates some “tough questions.” “But don’t worry, not actually tough, just MSNBC tough,” she reassured them. David’s appearance was met with cheers and applause from the show’s live audience, but he quickly shut them down. »
- Reid Nakamura
Here’s a docudrama unique in the long history of films “inspired by true events”. It seemed that during the actual event, many in the media remarked that it was “tailor-made” for the movies, some even speculated, and offered suggestions, on casting. The story captured the attention of the world for several weeks into months, just five years ago. And now that motion picture has finally come to pass. The harrowing ordeal of the Chilean miners is told in the film titled after them, for around the world they were known as The 33. The story begins the day before the ordeal, at a party thrown by Mario Sepulveda (Antonio Banderas) as he pleads with a mine supervisor to give him tomorrow morning’s shift (foreshadowing). Early the next day, we ride along on the bus as they pick up the daytime mining crew. One man regales his co-workers with »
- Jim Batts
In the first look at Donald Trump’s “Saturday Night Live” hosting gig on Nov. 7, the Gop presidential hopeful calls his rival Ben Carson “a complete and total loser.” Trump appears in the promos alongside “SNL” cast member Cecily Strong, who says that because of equal time rules, Trump can only speak for four seconds in the teaser, which he uses to bash Carson. In another clip, Strong and Sasheer Zamata lament the lack of real men on the “SNL” set. Enter Trump, sporting some Elvis Presley-style sunglasses. Also Read: Donald Trump Says 'SNL' Hosting Gig Was »
- Joe Otterson
Source: ABC A reboot for Full House called Fuller House is coming to Netflix, '90s kids! Plenty of people call themselves Full House fans, but how much trivia do you know about the people and the stories behind the hit '90s show, not to mention where the cast is now? Several of the show's stars have been sharing the spotlight lately. Candace Cameron Bure competed on Dancing With the Stars, and a few of her former castmates cheered for her from the stands. She also reunited on screen with Scott Weinger, who played D.J.'s boyfriend Steve, for an episode of The Neighbors, and all three of the main Full House guys came together for a Super Bowl commercial last year. To relive all the Full House excitement, take a look at 33 things you may not know about your favorite '90s series. The Show The show »
- Laura Marie Meyers
James Franco is obsessed with Hermione Granger. Or perhaps, more so with the young actress who portrayed the Muggle-born witch in eight Harry Potter movies, Emma Watson. Today, the actor is showing off his latest work of art. Yes, he's gone and gotten himself an Emma Watson neck tattoo. But if you're worried that he's gone off the deep end, or that the object of his affection needs to file for a restraining order, don't. It's only temporary!
James Franco and Emma Watson co-starred in the hit apocalyptic comedy This Is the End way back in 2013, and it seems James still has a bit of a crush on his former leading lady. While she only had a minor role in that film, she was one of the few actresses to appear amidst the chaos. And now, Franco is celebrating his love for the upcoming Beauty and the Beast star. He »
James Franco debuted some new ink via Instagram on Wednesday night. The actor showed off a large neck tattoo of Emma Watson's face with the word "Emma" written below it. He captioned the snap, "I heart Hermione." While James and Emma starred together in the 2013 comedy This Is the End - and we're sure that they're quite fond of each other Irl - James's tattoo is unfortunately (or fortunately?) a fake; the artist he credited for the design, Cheyenne Randall, is well known for photoshopping tattoos onto pictures of celebrities and has transformed everyone from Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe to Kate Middleton and Prince William. »
- Brittney Stephens
11 years ago today, “Saw” opened in theaters, shocking audiences with its grotesque violence and securing director James Wan's place in the Splat Pack. The Halloween season theatrical release followed a January 2004 premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Starring Cary Elwes (“The Princess Bride”), the film was a game-changer, opening up the elevator floodgates to gallons of blood that would pour out from a new level of extremely gory horror movies. A huge box office success, “Saw” has made over $103 million off of a reported $1.2 million budget. Six sequels continued the legacy of the sadistic madman Jigsaw. “Saw” was Wan's feature directorial debut. The Australian filmmaker went on to direct “Insidious,” “The Conjuring” and “Furious 7.” He’s also directing the 2018 movie based on the DC Comics character Aquaman. “Saw,” “Insidious” and “The Conjuring” all are on the Top 200 in HitFix’s Ultimate Horror Poll, for which we polled over »
- Emily Rome
59 years ago today, Elvis Presley made his second appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” It was the first time he was on the show with the eponymous host present, as Sullivan was recovering from a car accident. Charles Laughton guest hosted that show. On the October 28, 1956 show, Presley performed “Don’t Be Cruel” and “Love Me Tender.” And he played a four minute-long version of his hit “Hound Dog.” (That September, he had performed a one minute and seven seconds version of the song on the show.) At both his first and second appearance on the show, audiences went wild for his gyrating hips. It was at his third and final appearance on the show, in January 1957, that he was famously taped and photographed from the waist up only. Before his first appearance on “Ed Sullivan,” the host had vowed to never allow Presley on the show. Sullivan wouldn’t »
- Emily Rome
Stars: Dave Burleigh, Joey Sagal, John Di Domenico, Reed Thompson, Cole Downing, Nicole Lari-Joni, Roger Kabler, Cheryl Lyone, Baron Jay, Scott Cooper Ryan, Dannielle Owens-Reid | Written and Directed by Emilio Ferrari
What if I told you that Not Another Celebrity Movie stars Charlie Sheen, Johnny Depp, Usher, Justin Beiber, Brad Pitt, George Clooney and more – all in a tale about Charlie Sheen believing that Justin Beiber is his illegitimate son and plans to kidnap him from a Las Vegas show with the help of Clooney and Pitt. with an Oceans Eleven style heist plan?
I wouldn’t be lying about the plot. Because that Is the plot of this godawful movie. I wouldn’t even be lying about the stars in the film. I Would be omitting a key fact however… The rather important fact that all the “stars” of this movie are lookalikes! Some good, some bad, and some horribly, »
- Phil Wheat
Markus Keen, you walking man-bun, take a page from a philosopher known as The Rock and know your damn role.
Now, because I’m fairly certain you’re made up of 60 percent eyeliner, 30 percent questionable facial hair and only 10 percent brain matter, I will explain this to you slowly, in terms you can understand: I don’t care that Nashville is telling us you’re some kind of alt-rock god; how about you alt-er your attitude and collaborate with the producer Rayna thinks is great for you and whom, may I point out, you chose?
And honestly, your rockstar preening is tiresome, »
Tonight's live elimination/performances show, kicked off with them revealing that it was Famous Dances Night, and that Olivia Newton-John was a guest judge. Then Hayes Grier and Emma Slater hit the stage, first, to perform a Jazz number for a 32 score out of a possible 40 score from the judges, so not a bad start. Andy Grammer and Allison Holker also danced a Jazz routine for a perfect 40 score! Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas did the Cha-Cha-Cha to Britney Spears' "I'm a Slave 4 U," and it landed them an ok 30 score. Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough performed a Rumba dance for another perfect 40 score! Paula Deen and Louis van Amstel gave us a Jazz number that got a less than stellar 24. Carlos PenaVega and Witney Carson did a Rumba routine to Channing Tatum's Magic Mike "Pony" strip dance. It was quite entertaining too, because Carlos nailed it, and got a great 38 score! »
- Andre Braddox
Daniel O'Donnell has become the third star to be voted off 'Strictly Come Dancing'. The Irish crooner and his professional partner Kristina Rihanoff are the latest pair to leave the BBC One dance show after failing to impress with their American Smooth to Frank Sinatra's 'Fly Me To The Moon'. Daniel and Kristina lost the dance off to Kirsty Gallacher and Brendan Cole on Sunday (18.10.15). Anthony Ogogo and Iwan Thomas have already been eliminated. Meanwhile, Anton du Beke and Katie Derham topped the leaderboard after wowing the judges on Saturday (17.10.15) with their Viennese Waltz to Elvis Presley's 'If »
After Anthony and Oti were knocked out last week, who will be next to leave Scd’s dancefloor?
So that’s it for another Strictly week! Only 12 couples remain, and I’ll be back next Saturday with sparkly bells on. Please join me then, it’s considerably more fun that way. If you can’t, please bring a note from your mum to Twitter @heidistephens.
Thanks everyone for joining in, and I’ll see you next week! Cheers Hx
They depart to an off-key version of Careless Whisper, which seems somehow appropriate. I’m really glad you’re never going to dance again, Daniel.
So dead-eyed Daniel is leaving on a jet plane back to count his millions in Ireland, and Kristina is finished for the season, having fulfilled her contractual obligations without any kind of love-triangle scandal. Well done Kristina, the nation loves you. »
- Heidi Stephens
Strictly Come Dancing is now into its fourth week and the competition is really hotting up, with an incredibly close leaderboard.
Digital Spy was watching along and have rounded up all of the scores and judges' comments below:
Len: "Your hips certainly don't lie. A little bit long getting started but once you got into it… I thought you coped very well. I think it could have been better leg action, but I'm being pernickety."
Bruno: "That was warming up nicely. The samba has a carefree feel to it, but a couple of times there you got a little tangled and it kind of stopped it a little bit. The technique is actually very very hard. It was a bit on and off."
Anton du Beke and Katie Derham have topped the leaderboard on 'Strictly Come Dancing'. The professional dancer and the newsreader wowed the judges on the BBC dance show on Saturday (17.10.15) with their Viennese Waltz to Elvis Presley's 'If I Can Dream'. After being slated during Movie Week last week and receiving a total score of just 20, the pair were thrilled to get 33 from the panel for their performance on Saturday. With three eights Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood and a nine from Darcey Bussell, the pair took the top spot, the first time »
Terrifyingly, one in three murders go unsolved in America.
Why? Detectives believe that, despite the advances in forensic technology such as fingerprinting and DNA testing, potential witnesses are failing to come forward and provide the police with vital information that might help them to solve these cases.
Since 1960, more than 200,000 murder cases remain unsolved and as time passes, it is unlikely that the perpetrators will ever be brought to justice. Most of these cases we get to hear about by watching the news or reading the local newspaper, however some don’t even manage to reach the headlines and some are now so old that they have faded in memory entirely.
Some of the most compelling murder mysteries are revisited in TV shows and movies, preserved forever for their intrigue, but tragically, they will likely remain unsolved in real life…
10. The Grime Sisters Wikipedia
Sisters Barbara (15) and Patricia (13) Grimes »
- Laura Holmes
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