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Exhumed Films is resurrecting some beloved horror favorites from the 1970s and ’80s and projecting them onto the big screen at Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers, including Friday the 13th Part III, starring my original horror crush and maybe yours, too, Jason Voorhees! And also, we have release details for Escape Room, Paperbacks From Hell, Ghastlies, and Mountain Fever, as well as information on the new book Godzilla Faq.
Exhumed Films' Guilty Pleasures IV Marathon: Press Release: "Exhumed Films Presents: Guilty Pleasures IV--in 3-D!
Exhumed Films is pleased to return to the Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers to present the fourth edition of The Guilty Pleasures Marathon, our annual assault of cinematic insanity. For this year’s marathon, we present some of the greatest 3-D films of all time, projected from original 35mm prints using state of the art technology! The 1970’s and 1980’s saw a resurgence of three-dimensional movies, particularly in the realm of genre cinema. »
- Tamika Jones
Can you imagine Eddie Murphy trying to bust ghosts? I get the feeling we would have a lot more jokes and a lot more off screen conflicts about Eddie trying to upstage everyone. But then again it could have been extremely entertaining as well. She’s the total 80’s teen without a doubt. There’s a reason why she was everywhere for a while and why young boys swooned over her. Molly Ringwald was the It girl for the 80’s. Good thing it was just a prop. What’s more amazing than this though is how easily the two of them cleaned up
80s Movie Facts to Bring Up the Nostalgia in You »
Riverdale's getting a little more romance in season two!
Et's Leanne Aguilera sat down with the show's cast at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, where they spilled all about Josie's, Kevin's and Cheryl's new romantic interests -- and a couple of love triangles!
Exclusive: 'Riverdale' Season 2 Sneak Peek: Archie's Going 'Darker' -- Plus, Check Out the Season 1 Gag Reel!
"She might be getting a little love, and a potential suitor is Reggie Mantle, who is played by our new and lovely Charles Melton. He's phenomenal," she gushed of the new cast member, who will be replacing 13 Reasons Why star Ross Butler in season two. "He might be able to bat some lashes at me."
As for Kevin, he's clearly »
It’s time to meet a new Riverdale resident!
Season two of the hit CW drama will introduce the Archie Comics character Toni Topaz, Et exclusively reveals.
The showrunner also revealed that Toni might mean "trouble" for Betty and Jughead's relationship. Uh-oh!
Keep reading for even more exclusive details on Toni Topaz's introduction and what's to come in season two!
Exclusive: Jughead and Betty's 'Riverdale' Romance Continues in This Adorable Sneak Peek!
Kirsten Howard Jul 10, 2017
Pretty In Pink is still fairly beloved in its own way.
See related Fargo season 3 episode 1 review: The Law Of Vacant Places
The romantic tale of Andie (Molly Ringwald), a girl from the wrong side of the tracks struggling with an unemployed father and dealing with bullying from her more privileged high school peers who falls for the wealthy and preposterously-named Blane (Andrew McCarthy), is still considered one of director John Hughes' better efforts.
But the ending originally shot for the movie had Andie ending up with her melodramatic best friend Duckie, who either comes across as a hopeless romantic or classic stalker material, depending on your point of view.
Jon Cryer, who played Duckie in the 1986 rom-com, recently had a chat with Entertainment Weekly »
Ever wonder what the stars of your favorite movies and TV shows got up to when the cameras weren’t rolling? Well, we have some partial answers for you.
Keep scrolling to see the best behind-the-scenes shots from decades past. They’re totally phat, gnarly, groovy and … you get the idea:
- Lydia Price
There is big news for fans of Riverdale. Molly Ringwald is returning for season two of the series. She is the woman behind Archie’s mother, and she appeared on three episodes of the first season.Read More… »
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- Sadie Gennis
John G. Avildsen, who won an Oscar for directing the iconic Rocky and also helmed all three Karate Kid movies, has passed away at 81. While no cause of death was revealed, the director's representative confirmed his death in Los Angeles today. The filmmaker leaves behind a lasting legacy of telling some of the best underdog stories ever put on film.
Variety confirmed the director's death with his rep earlier today, although no further details were given. It hasn't been revealed yet if there will be any sort of public memorial service for the filmmaker. The man was born December 21 1935, in Oak Park, Illinois, USA, graduating from the prestigious Hotchkiss School and Nyu. He got his start in the movie business by serving as assistant director on movies helmed by Arthur Penn and Otto Preminger.
The late filmmaker made his feature directorial debut in 1969 with Turn To Love, which he also served as the cinematographer on. »
John G. Avildsen, who won an Oscar for directing the original “Rocky” (1976), starring Sylvester Stallone, and also directed all three of the original “Karate Kid” films, has died in Los Angeles. He was 81.
A rep confirmed his death.
Avildsen also won the DGA Award for directing “Rocky,” which also won Oscars for best picture and film editing and was nominated in multiple other categories.
In 2006 Variety interviewed Avildsen, who said that a film with a boxing story didn’t excite him at first, but he was “moved by the urban character study of Sylvester Stallone’s script.” He held out on directing part two in lieu of another project — a decision that Avildsen said was “one of my greatest mistakes.” He returned to the franchise to direct 1990’s “Rocky V.”
In 1983 he was Oscar nominated again, this time for the documentary short “Traveling Hopefully.”
Avildsen developed a reputation for making movies about losers, »
- Carmel Dagan
Was it the jock? Was it the nerd? The answer to which member of the legendary ’80s movie-star posse, The Brat Pack, got “laid” the most might not surprise you: the bad boy.
“I’ll go with Judd Nelson,” he said.
That wasn’t all Hall had to say about his former castmates during Cohen’s “Plead the Fifth” segment, in which stars can choose »
- Liam Berry
Anthony Michael Hall was happy to open up about the '80s Brat Pack days when he appeared on Watch What Happens Live this week. Cue the nostalgia! First, he played a round of "Marry, Shag, Kill" that included his former costars, including Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy, and Demi Moore. He also talked about which of the classic Brat Pack movies was the most overrated, and when Andy Cohen asked which of the so-called Brat Pack stars got "laid the most" back in the day, Anthony Michael Hall dropped the name of a former costar. Check out the clip above for a fun blast from the past, then listen to the ultimate '80s playlist and find out which '80s trends are back. Image Source: Everett Collection »
- Laura Marie Meyers
This member of The Breakfast Club is spilling the tea. Anthony Michael Hall, a notable figure of the '80s Brat Pack, stopped by Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen to share some secrets about the iconic group during a juicy round of "Plead the Fifth." First up, "Marry, Shag, Kill" with his former co-stars, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy and Demi Moore. Of the three, the 49-year-old decided he would marry Moore and shag Sheedy. "I love you Molly, but I'd have to kill you," he quipped. He and Ringwald starred in both The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles together and reportedly briefly dated. While they rose to meteoric »
Ferris Bueller's Day Off celebrated its 30th birthday last year, but the John Hughes' teen-comedy classic is forever a fan favorite. Enough so that Stranger Things star Joe Keery re-enacted iconic scenes from the film for a recent Domino's Pizza ad campaign.
To capitalize even more on that eternally cool teen mojo, the pizza chain has teamed up with Epix, the premium cable network owned by MGM, to offer up a free live stream of Ferris, Cameron and Sloane having the best day ever playing hooky from school and avoiding the bumbling Edward R. »
Former Chicago ad man John Hughes parlayed several print and script assignments for the National Lampoon into a writer/director gig on this, the first of a veritable onslaught of teen angst comedies that gave the world The Brat Pack, a group of young actors who went on to careers of varied length after hitting it big in Hughes movies. This one was written for 15 year-old Molly Ringwald, whose headshot Hughes pulled out of a pile of submissions. It hung over his typewriter as he banged out the script.
- TFH Team
In a conversation with People about the Wear Orange campaign in honor of National Gun Violence Awareness Day on Friday, the 56-year-old actress opened up about what sparked her advocacy for gun safety, recalling the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012.
"My daughter was 10 and was coming to work with me on a movie set. I asked hair, makeup, crew and other actors, 'Please don’t mention this to her.' I was going to wait to tell her with her dad," Moore said. "But somebody posted something about it on her monitored Instagram account. She said, 'Mommy, did a bunch of little kids get shot today?'"
"It occurred to me that I wasn’t protecting my daughter by trying to keep »
Lili Reinhart has come a long way.
The Riverdale star revealed opened up to fans on Saturday about her struggle with depression before the CW series was picked up for a full season last year.
Exclusive: 'Riverdale' Boss Reveals Why [Spoiler] Was Shot in the Finale and Everything to Expect in Season 2!
“I cried tears of joy. In that moment I became a working actress with a steady job. Something I had been working towards for 7 years,” Reinhart tweeted. “And now here we are, gearing up to film season 2. And I could not be more grateful. Riverdale came into my life when I was going through the worst depression I had ever experienced. And in the end it completely saved me.”
Related: 6 Reasons Why 'Riverdale' Is the New Teen Drama We've Been Waiting For
“When I’m feeling depressed or sad, I remind myself how far I’ve come. And how I didn »
The second season of Riverdale will be arriving sooner than we thought, as Netflix announces an air date...
You won't have long to wait for the new season of Riverdale, if you're a UK fan of the dark Archie drama.
While we'd previously heard that the second run was due to start airing on the 11th of October stateside, Netflix UK have announced that they'll be streaming new episodes less than 24 hours later, starting on the 12th.
There's also been a new trailer released for season 2. You can watch that below...
It looks like there'll also be a creepy new villain arriving in Riverdale, but he may have been around for a lot longer, if this tease »
Actors regret roles they didn’t take all the time. It’s a natural part of Hollywood. What one actor or agent may think of the potential of a movie role, another actor or agent might think the opposite. It’s why we have so many fun articles on the “What could have beens.” Things like what if Molly Ringwald accepted the lead role in Pretty Woman? Stuff like that. On the other side of the spectrum are the roles that actors should most regret playing. You know, stuff like “what would have happen had Elizabeth Berkley not starred in Showgirls?” One actor
You Gotta Respect Charlie Hunnam’s Turning Down Role Choices So Far »
- Nat Berman
Warning: Spoiler alert! Do not proceed if you haven’t watched Thursday’s season one finale of Riverdale!
Riverdale ended its first season with a bang on Thursday! Just as the town was unraveling the truth behind Jason Blossom’s death, another shocking blow came in the finale’s last moments, when Fred Andrews (Luke Perry) was gunned down during a robbery at Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe as son Archie (Kj Apa) helplessly tried to intervene.
Et hopped on the phone with Riverdale executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who stayed mum on Fred’s fate, but dished on how the shocking events of the finale -- which included intense family drama for Betty (Lili Reinhart), Veronica (Camila Mendes) and Jughead (Cole Sprouse), as well -- will affect each character as Riverdale looks ahead to its second season.
Et: After revealing Jason’s killer in last week’s penultimate episode, the finale was tasked with tying up the loose ends, but »
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