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New Riverdale Season 2, March 21, 2018 Episode Storyline Teasers Revealed By The CW

Hey, "Riverdale" fans. The CW recently revealed their press release for the upcoming episode 16 of the current season 2. It sounds like we're going to see even more dramatic and intriguing scenes in this one. Cheryl starts to get quite frightful of her current situation! Archie and his father Fred have a major fallout. We'll see the return of Archie's mother Mary. Veronica sets out to accomplish a new goal. One of Hermione's friends shows up on the scene. We're going to see more intensity from Jughead as he continues retaliation attempts and more. The press release also revealed that this episode is entitled,"Chapter Twenty-Nine: Primary Colors." The first storyline teaser we'll go over in this session is the one involving Jughead. It turns out that he's going to resort to even more drastic measures against Veronica's father Hiram! CW's description tells us, "In the aftermath of Hiram's (Mark Consuelos) newly announced plans for Riverdale,
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Canon Of Film: ‘The Breakfast Club’

In this edition of Canon Of Film, we look at John Hughes‘ seminal 80’s classic, The Breakfast Club. For the story behind the genesis of the Canon, you can click here.

The Breakfast Club (1985)

Director/Screenplay: John Hughes

A brain, an athlete, a princess, a basketcase and a criminal.

I’ve been thinking a lot about high school lately. I had a reunion a few years back; I didn’t attend it ’cause it was too expensive and formal, but true to form for my class anyway, a few people had similar thoughts and chose to rebel and hold a more impromptu one elsewhere, and out-of-character for me, I attended. So, if some will bare with me a second…. To those who were trying to get me to say it the entire time, yes, I had fun. I’m sorry for seeming so ambivalent before about it, but I find
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Trailer and promo for Riverdale Season 2 Episode 16 – ‘Primary Colors’

The CW has released a trailer and promo images for next week’s sixteenth episode of Riverdale season 2, entitled ‘Primary Colors’; check them out here…

A House Divided — In the aftermath of Hiram’s (Mark Consuelos) newly announced plans for Riverdale, Jughead (Cole Sprouse) resorts to drastic measures to voice his opposition. After making her own big announcement, Hermoine’s (Marisol Nichols) friend Andy Cohen (guest star Andy Cohen) comes to town to lend a hand. Meanwhile, Veronica (Camila Mendes) goes against her parent’s wishes to keep a low profile when she decides to run for student council president. Elsewhere, Mary (guest star Molly Ringwald) arrives in Riverdale just as tensions between Fred (Luke Perry) and Archie (Kj Apa) reach a breaking point. Finally, following a series of mysterious events, Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) begins to fear that someone is out to get her.

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TV News Roundup: Erinn Hayes Is Hot for Teacher in New ‘A.P. Bio’ Clip (Watch)

In today’s roundup, NBC releases a first look at Erinn Hayes on “A.P. Bio” and TBS announced premiere dates for “Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker’s Wild” and “Drop the Mic.”


Showtime has cast Justin Kirk, known for his work on “Weeds,” in a recurring role on upcoming half-hour comedy “Kidding.” He will join Jim Carrey, Catherine Keener, Frank Langella and Judy Greer as Peter, the new boyfriend of Jill (Greer) who is Jeff’s (Carrey) estranged wife.


TBS announced the April 15 return of unscripted series “Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker’s Wild” at 10:00 p.m.
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‘Love, Simon’ Stars Say Gay Teen Romance Will Save Lives

‘Love, Simon’ Stars Say Gay Teen Romance Will Save Lives
Love, Simon” is a film of important milestones. Namely, it’s the first mainstream studio romantic comedy told from the perspective of a gay teen. But perhaps the most extraordinary thing about the Fox release is that it’s so ordinary. It’s a classic high school tale — one that minted millions for John Hughes — set in the kind of anywhere suburbia that most viewers will instantly recognize. It’s a fluffier kind of polemic.

Still, the historic nature of “Love, Simon” was front of mind at a tastemaker screening at New York City’s Landmark at 57 West on Thursday night.

“Moviegoers want to see their stories represented onscreen,” said Nick Robinson, who plays the title character, a well-liked teenager who is hiding the fact that he’s gay. “Hopefully, this is not the last. Hopefully, this is the first of many films that show a broader section of life.
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Broadway Gets a New Evan Hansen + More NYC Events Feb. 2–8

New York is the city that never sleeps, and with so many events and activities each week across all five boroughs, it can be hard to know what’s actually worthwhile. Here are the events New York City actors should have on their radars this week. Wave hello to your new Evan Hansen.Taylor Trensch will be found. The performer (who just wrapped his acclaimed run in “Hello, Dolly!”) steps into the striped t-shirt and khakis of the titular “Dear Evan Hansen” on Broadway beginning Feb. 6. He follows Noah Galvin, who took over the monstrous role immediately after the show’s Tony-winning star, Ben Platt, departed the Pasek and Paul tuner in November. Trensch's run is open-ended. (Tickets start at $119) Judy Blume celebrates her birthday—with adults.In honor of her 80th birthday, Judy Blume herself will make a rare appearance at New York Symphony Space on Feb. 4 for Judy Blumesday,
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‘The Breakfast Club’: John Hughes’ Pain-Fueled Rebellion Comes to Criterion

Not a moment too soon for the wave of 80s nostalgia still sweeping America’s culture industry, this month The Criterion Collection released John Hughes’s era-iconic ode to teen rebellion, The Breakfast Club. Sharing as much with the existentialist theatre of Sartre or Camus as with other teen movies of the era, Hughes’s auteur work – instructively simple in premise, sets, images and dialogue – tracks five teenage protagonists of seemingly irreconcilable differences through an unexpected journey of self-discovery in the grey, silent purgatory of Saturday detention. The latent theme of much popular media about adolescence is here rendered bare, as the mythic imagery of the American suburban high school becomes a prism in which the artifice of socially-imposed identity is amplified and shattered.

United in punishment under the yoke of a sneering authoritarian teacher, the five young adults each lurch back and forth between simmering conflict and frank introspection
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All the Throwback Set Photos You Need to See, From Dawson's Creek to 10 Things I Hate About You

All the Throwback Set Photos You Need to See, From Dawson's Creek to 10 Things I Hate About You
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:

The cast of Dawson’s Creek.

Lizzy Caplan, Jonathan Bennett, Amy Poehler, Lindsay Lohan and Nicole Crimi in Mean Girls.

Amy Poehler and Nicole Crimi in Mean Girls.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Andrew Keegan, Julia Stiles, Heath Ledger, Larisa Oleynik, Gabrielle Union-Wade, and David Krumholtz in 10 Things I Hate About You.
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Top 100 Most Anticipated American Indie Films of 2018: #82. Matthew Ross’ Siberia


Matthew Ross didn’t waste much time putting his sophomore film in place, after debuting 2016’s Frank & Lola at Sundance (read review) he tapped Keanu Reeves for Siberia, a follow up that appears to once again make different genres into ideal bed partners. Deemed a romantic thriller, production began in April on location in St Petersburg, Russia and Winnipeg, Canada.

Based on a story Stephen Hamel and a screenplay by Scott B. Smith, starring Reeves, Molly Ringwald, Aleks Paunovic, Pasha D. Lychnikoff and Ana Ularu, this follows Lucas (Reeves), an American diamond merchant, who travels to Russia to sell rare blue diamonds of questionable origin. As the deal begins to collapse, he falls into an obsessive relationship with Katya (Ularu), a Russian cafe owner, in a small Siberian town. Ross reteams with cinematographer Eric Koretz and composers Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans.

Release Date/Prediction: With post-production being just completed in December,
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Deleted Scene From ‘The Breakfast Club’ Released Featuring Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy

Deleted Scene From ‘The Breakfast Club’ Released Featuring Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy
John Hughes’ second film “The Breakfast Club” has become classic among high school films, not to mention helping introduce several of the actors known as the Brat Pack. More than 30 years after its release, the Criterion Collection’s recent restored Blu-ray edition includes 50 minutes of previously never-before-seen material including a deleted scene between Molly Ringwald’s character, Claire, and Ally Sheedy’s Allison.

The Breakfast Club” revolves around a group of high school students who are nearly strangers, but are stuck together in Saturday detention. The clip shows the preppy Claire and “basket case” Allison in the bathroom as Claire tries to strike up a conversation while Allison washes her hands. Claire makes a comment about Allison’s “out of the ordinary” eating habits like eating chips near a “live toilet” before apologetically offering to talk with her. In response, Allison takes a napkin and daintily retrieves a chip from out of the sink and eats it
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Watch a Clip from the Deleted Scenes from the New Criterion Edition of The Breakfast Club

Last week the folks at Vulture posted this glimpse at one of the deleted scenes from today’s new Blu-ray release of The Breakfast Club.

Vulture has a sneak peak of a deleted scene featuring Molly Ringwald trying to make some headway in her relationship with Ally Sheedy while they have bathroom girl time. Sheedy has other plans.

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Press Notes: John Hughes’ The Breakfast Club

Back in June of 2016, a John Hughes phantom page appeared on Criterion’s Web site, which led to many speculating as to what it might mean as far as films entering the Collection. Many thought that a box set would be inevitable, and for a time it seemed like 16 Candles might be the first to get a spine number. Then, in June of 2017, we had our first real tease as to what might be coming: A breakfast club.

Today, the Criterion Collection has released a new definitive edition of the 80s classic, and it features a number of improvements over the previous home video edition, most notably the deleted scenes.

Here are some reviews and links from around the web:


What happens when five strangers end up together in Saturday detention? Badass posturing, gleeful misbehavior, and a potent dose of angst. With this exuberant, disarmingly candid film, writer-director John
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A Deleted Scene From The Breakfast Club Surfaces After 30 Years

I'm a huge fan of The Breakfast Club. I love that movie and I was surprised to see a never-before-seen deleted scene from the film surface online after 30 years. The scene features a little moment between Molly Ringwald’s Claire and Ally Sheedy’s Allison.

On January 2nd, Criterion Collection is a new edition of the film which will contain 50 minutes of material that has never been released. That material will offer lots of cool insights into the film and I'm definitely looking forward to it!

The deleted scene was shared by Vulture, and in it, Claire makes an attempt to do a little bonding with Allison. It's a pretty awkward exchange as Allison's cringe-worthy eating habits are discussed. It eventually leads to Allison picking up a chip out of the bathroom sink and shoving it in her mouth.

I'll tell you what, had this scene stayed in the movie,
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Breakfast Club 30th Anniversary DVD Gets Deleted Scenes and More

Fans of the 1985 coming-of-age comedy-drama ‘The Breakfast Club’ will now have the chance to see previously deleted scenes. Criterion Collection is re-releasing this film on Blu-ray and DVD and the bonus material includes 50 minutes of formerly unreleased material. ‘The Breakfast Club’ was a big hit in the 1980s.Its five main stars earned the nickname of ‘The Brat Pack’ and it was this film that shot many of them to fame. Judd Nelson played delinquent John Bender, Molly Ringwald took on the role of pampered teen Claire Standish, Emilio Estevez was state champion wrestler Andrew Clark, Anthony Michael Hall

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‘The Breakfast Club’ Deleted Scene Offers a Glimpse of Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy’s Growing Friendship — Watch

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‘The Breakfast Club’ Deleted Scene Offers a Glimpse of Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy’s Growing Friendship — Watch
Good things happen when the Criterion Collection gets its hands on a beloved movie. The latest example is “The Breakfast Club,” which is being released on Blu-ray and DVD next month complete with the usual bevy of supplements — including a deleted scene involving Claire (Molly Ringwald) and Allison (Ally Sheedy), which just premiered early via Vulture. Watch it below.

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The brief scene, which is rather low quality, finds the soon-to-be friends communing in the bathroom — or, rather, Claire unsuccessfully attempting to get Allison to open up to her. “I’m sorry, I don’t want to depress you,” she says after commenting on the fact that Allison is eating in there. “Really, I was just reacting to something I consider a little out of the ordinary. If you’d like to talk, I think I can handle it.
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Molly Ringwald Is Grossed Out By Ally Sheedy In ‘The Breakfast Club’ Deleted Scene

“The Breakfast Club” is one of the most beloved movies of all time, and fans are finally getting a glimpse at never-before-seen deleted scenes from the ’80s high school classic. Related: Original Script Draft Found For ‘The Breakfast Club’ In a clip shared by Vulture from the upcoming Criterion Collection Blu-ray, the film’s stars Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy get some alone time […]
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Long Lost Breakfast Club Deleted Scene Has Been Unearthed

Long Lost Breakfast Club Deleted Scene Has Been Unearthed
A new scene from The Breakfast Club has surfaced online, featuring Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy. The never-before-seen clip has surfaced online to promote the upcoming 4K Criterion Collection version of the movie that contains nearly an hour of deleted scenes that have never been released anywhere before. The 4K restoration of the 1980s classic is more than enough to get fans on board, but seeing deleted scenes from such a beloved movie is a real treat, especially over 50-minutes worth of footage from the John Hughes movie.

In the new clip from The Breakfast Club, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy are together in the Girls' restroom and Ringwald is trying to become friends with Sheedy, despite her very bizarre tendencies. "So sad. You're washing your hands, but you'll eat food inches away from a toilet," Ringwald, who plays Claire, says. Sheedy, who plays the character Allison, proceeds to
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Watch Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy's Funny Deleted 'Breakfast Club' Scene

Watch Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy's Funny Deleted 'Breakfast Club' Scene
Molly Ringwald tries to influence Ally Sheedy's eating and sanitary habits in a hilarious deleted scene from John Hughes' 1985 classic, The Breakfast Club.

In the newly released clip (via Vulture), Ringwald and Sheedy's characters, Claire and Allison, are in the bathroom, where Claire chastises Allison for washing her hands yet eating chips near a toilet. Claire continues to condescend, telling Allison, "Really, I was just reacting to something I consider a little out of the ordinary. If you'd like to talk, I think I could probably handle it.
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Never Before Seen ‘The Breakfast Club’ Deleted Scene Surfaces

There is currently a whole generation who only know Molly Ringwald as Archie’s Mom on “Riverdale.” But to the rest of us older folks, the actress was a central figure as we came of age at the movies, and few films were as iconic to those times as “The Breakfast Club.” And there’s much more to discover.

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John Hughes‘ classic is getting the cineaste seal of approval with an upcoming release on The Criterion Collection.

Continue reading Never Before Seen ‘The Breakfast Club’ Deleted Scene Surfaces at The Playlist.
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Riverdale: Which Former Co-Star Would Skeet Ulrich Cast as Jughead's Mom?

Riverdale: Which Former Co-Star Would Skeet Ulrich Cast as Jughead's Mom?
Skeet Ulrich’s idea for who should play his Riverdale ex is so good, it’s scary.

“I mean, God, I think Neve [Campbell] would be really interesting,” Ulrich, who plays Jughead’s dad F.P. Jones on The CW’s teen drama, told TVLine when asked who he’d cast as Jughead’s still-unseen mother. Campbell, of course, starred alongside Ulrich in the 1996 horror classic Scream, which launched both of their movie careers. “I know she’s busy doing some films and stuff like that, so I don’t know if that’s a possibility,” Ulrich added. “But yeah, I
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