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Maria Shriver was a very satisfied customer after some morning activity with her longtime boyfriend. Maria and political analyst Matthew Dowd took a stroll around her Brentwood neighborhood, and they both looked very amused. They could be laughing about the fact she's Still married to Arnold Schwarzenegger -- nearly Five years after she filed to divorce him! As TMZ first reported ... Arnold's dragging his feet on signing the docs, even though they've settled on how to split their assets. »
- TMZ Staff
Oh, I see. Hollywood decided to get me all sorts of presents this month, and they’re just spacing them out so I don’t explode from joy on my actual birthday. Today’s delightful news is that John Sayles is going to direct Django Lives with Franco Nero returning to play the title character. While I love Sayles and the diversity of his output as a writer/director, I admit a certain fondness for his genre work. When he wrote a script like The Howling or Alligator or Battle Beyond The Stars, he didn’t treat those jobs as garbage. Instead, he wrote with the same degree of invention and dedication, and as a result, many of those movies have aged incredibly well, better than a lot of the drive-in fare of the same era. Franco Nero should have been a bigger movie star. The guy is pretty much just raw onscreen charisma, »
- Drew McWeeny
Kindergarten Cop 2, 2016.
Directed by Don Michael Paul.
Assigned to recover sensitive stolen data, a gruff FBI agent goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher, but the school’s liberal, politically correct environment is more than he bargained for.
“It’s not a tumour!” Right, now that’s out the way, that brings us nicely to the somewhat unexpected sequel to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 1990 cult favourite, Kindergarten Cop. The original didn’t particularly pick up rave reviews on its release but it had a good box office return and has endeared itself upon audiences more and more over the years. It’s an Ahnuld film I particularly enjoy, even if it’s never quite sure whether it’s an Arnold film or a family friendly jape. Whatever it is, it’s good fun.
So 2016 has rolled around. »
- Amie Cranswick
What a ball we've had in the ballroom! Dancing with the Stars' is quick-stepping toward its two-part finale on Monday night, and, while the spotlight will be on the dances performed by finale three Nyle Dimarco, Paige VanZant and Ginger Zee, there have been many incredible performances along the way by the entire season 22 cast. Below, we run down our favorite routines of the season so far.17. "Cake by the Ocean," Nyle Dimarco and Peta Murgatroyd Dimarco's first dance of the season shocked everyone in the best way possible, making him an early front-runner. And looking back, it's hard »
- Dave Quinn, @NineDaves
Khloé Kardashian has heard her fair share of terrible pickup lines, but there are a few things that guys do that really grind her gears. The reality star took to her website and app on Monday to explain that there are two major things that a guy should refrain from doing if he wants a chance at dating the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star. First things first, do not send Khloé, 31, free alcohol. "Whenever I'm in Vegas with Malika and Khadijah [Haaq], guys try to pick us up by sending bottles of champagne to our table. It's nice, but honestly I'd rather buy my own, »
- Brittany King, @brrriitttnnii
I Am Wrath revolves around unemployed engineer Stanley Hill (John Travolta), who witnesses the brutal murder of his wife Vivian (Rebecca De Mornay) after she is attacked by thugs in a parking garage. Racked with guilt, Stanley is haunted by the image of Vivian dying and when Detective Gibson (Sam Trammell) and other corrupt police officers are unable to bring the killers to justice, Stanley turns to his old friend Dennis (Christopher Meloni) and takes matters into his own hands…
We spoke to director Chuck Russell, the talented man behind A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, The Mask, Eraser and The Scorpion King. We discussed everything from John Travolta’s love affair with musicals to Hollywood’s love affair with CGI. We also delve into Freddy Krueger, The Mask and Dwayne Johnson’s hulking physique.
Thn: I Am Wrath is a great revenge thriller and a great action film. »
- Ben Read
The comedians used magazines, including two Variety covers, to do impressions of celebrities Friday on “The Tonight Show.” Fallon held up Variety‘s April 21, 2015, Power of Women New York cover of Kim Kardashian and did his best high-pitched Valley Girl accent. He then spoofed Sylvester Stallone using our Jan. 5 cover of the “Creed” star, mumbling a string of incoherent words.
The “Saturday Night Live” alums also took on Vladimir Putin (on Time), Seth Rogen (Rolling Stone), Arnold Schwarzenegger (GQ), Mathew McConaughey (GQ) and Alec Baldwin (New York Magazine) during the skit set in a doctor’s office.
“I am here with a urinary tract infection. Right now I am feeling the burn,” Crystal said, holding up Rolling Stone »
- Maane Khatchatourian
With Shane Black's "The Nice Guys" in cinemas this weekend, the filmmaker has been doing some more interviews about the film and has spoken about other projects of his - not just "The Predator" refresh but also some old films he penned treatments or scripts for that didn't take off. Here's the basics by film during his extended sessions with Happy Sad Confused Podcast:
Black's not a fan of the way Fox was "just churning them out" in regards to the "Predator" and "Alien" sequels in the 1990s and early 2000s, as a result he hopes to get back to a big exciting event film with the new one:
"I think ideally we are endeavoring to get back to what [producers] Joel Silver and John Davis managed to pull off with [director] John McTiernan. Now that said, I don't wanna make it huge. It's not about 50 predators [running] over the mountain. »
- Garth Franklin
The networks are open to new dramas on Friday, making comedy a bigger priority and holding back more ammo for midseason. These — and an overall streak of conservatism — are among the big takeaways from the network schedule announcements from this week.
Is comedy ready for a comeback? While drama gets most of the attention during the era of Peak TV, some of the broadcasters’ top young-adult ratings continue to be generated by half-hour comedies, which also repeat better.
Comedy leaders CBS and ABC both came to the realization that laughter is the best medicine for their early-week schedule needs, opting for four-comedy lineups on Monday and Tuesday, respectively. NBC, meanwhile, took another step closer to coming out of its comedy cocoon by shifting its lone hour of fall comedy from Friday to the higher-profile Thursday.
Overall there are 24 half-hours slots devoted to comedy on the five most-watched nights of the »
- Rick Kissell
Set your DVRs! This week, the major TV networks announced their upcoming fall and midseason shows. Here are the top 17 series People's own TV team is most excited to watch in coming months.This Is Us Stars: Mandy Moore, Milo VentimigliaWhy we're excited: Grab your tissues! Moore is about to bring the feels (again), now the small screen. NBC's new dramedy pulls together an ensemble of characters that initially share the same birthday but ultimately connect on deeper levels. Each one has a story to tell that is bound to make you both laugh and cry. The trailer wracked »
- PEOPLE TV Staff
As the Cannes Film Festival comes to a close, THR ranks the five best moments from the festival. At number five, the list begins with Justin Timberlake's impersonations of both Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger, followed by Steven Spielberg revealing that he will have a "busy couple of years." Timberlake joined his Trolls co-star Anna Kendrick to discuss the film with THR, while Spielberg joined actors Ruby Barnhill and Mark Rylance to discuss The Bfg. The stars of Loving — Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga — discussed the overwhelming emotion that came with their standing ovation at the film's premiere,
- Annie Howard
TV’s jam-packed marathon week in New York City came to a close in the wee hours of Friday morning, finally shut down by a few stalwarts grooving on the dance floor at CW’s annual private party at Park Avenue Spring.
Ad buyers were wined and dined throughout the week, as network execs did their best to sell their new shows. This year’s Upfronts saw some big changes from last year — some for the better, and some, well, not so much.
Here is the good, the bad and the worst of Upfronts 2016:
Best triple-threat: “Quantico” star Priyanka Chopra opened up ABC’s Upfront presentation with a song-and-dance number that proved she’s an absolute star. The former Miss World may have just launched her “Priyanka for ‘Dancing With the Stars'” campaign.
Worst shoutout: But we couldn’t help but cringe when Chopra kissed up to her »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
When it premiered on May 22, 1996, the stylish spy thriller “Mission: Impossible” gave Tom Cruise something that had thus far eluded him: a blockbuster franchise to call his own. Released in 3,012 theaters (a record number at the time), the film became the biggest hit of Cruise’s career up to that point, with a worldwide gross of $457 million. More importantly, it launched the star as a modern action hero in the style of Mel Gibson, Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger. On the film’s 20th anniversary, here’s a look back at some of Tom Cruise’s most successful acting missions, plus a few that he probably shouldn’t have accepted.
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- Matthew Chernov
In a time where sequels and re-makes, or “re-imaginings”, reign supreme we have learned to expect the unexpected. But nothing quite prepared us for the announcement of Kindergarten Cop 2 some 25 years after the first. This time round it is Dolph Lundgren facing the wrath of kindergarten kids instead of Arnold Schwarzenegger. It’s safe […]
- Thomas Alexander
"The Nice Guys" is out tomorrow, and writer/director Shane Black has taken to reddit to promote his latest film with an Ask Me Anything session. Black will next helm "The Predator," which he calls a "new reimagining" of the franchise launched by John McTiernan in 1987. There's no word yet on whether original star Arnold Schwarzenegger will reprise his role, though Black did reveal that the film will "be set in Present Day — which is to say, 2018; and so the futuristic events of 'Predators' have not yet occurred. We're on earth, the time is now…" Read More: Shane Black Q&A: How Ryan Gosling Helped 'The Nice Guys' Get Made After 13 Years Some other highlights from the Q&A: On "rejuvenating" Robert Downey, Jr.'s career with "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang": "Downey was the man. Period. Down-at-his-heels, previously uninsurable, the whole deal -- fuck it. I trusted him. »
- Michael Nordine
While much has been said about the titular, grotesque extra-terrestrial – who could be in line for an upgrade in time for 2018 – not much has been shared regarding the human element of Shane Black’s upcoming Predator reboot.
We know that Arnold Schwarzenegger has been eyeing a return to the iconic sci-fi series, though while appearing at an Empire event in London, Black revealed the identity of the character set to headline the “inventive sequel” – and no, it’s not Dutch.
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At least for now, the filmmaker has settled on Quinn McKenna as “the hero of the film,” one who will likely be locking horns with the Predator in two years’ time. Unsurprisingly, Black stopped short of divulging too many character details at such an early stage, and instead offered up an inkling of his approach to John McTiernan’s classic 80s actioner and, specifically, how »
- Michael Briers
The film, which earned more than $362.5 million at the domestic box office, was released on the Digital HD format 11 days before its May 10 Blu-ray Disc and DVD debut and sold 1 million downloads its first week–a new record.
“Deadpool” easily took the No. 1 position on the Npd VideoScan overall disc sales chart for the week ended May 15, as well as Npd VideoScan’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart.
Npd VideoScan data shows the film, in its first week on disc, easily outsold all 19 other films in the weekly top 20, which collectively sold less than 38% as many units as “Deadpool.”
In April, “The Force Awakens” was knocked out of the No. 1 spot by 20th Century Fox’s “The Revenant,” currently at No. »
- Thomas K. Arnold
In today’s edition of Sequel Bits: Shane Black chats about The Predator and Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s potential involvement. Andrew Stanton fields questions about Finding Dory. Seth Rogen explains why he’ll never make Superbad 2. Two video featurettes on Independence Day: Resurgence. A very fun easter egg in Monsters University. And more! It’s not clear if The […]
- Jacob Hall
Like father, like son. Joseph Baena struck an uncanny resemblance to his famous father, Arnold Schwarzenegger, on Monday when he displayed his muscles during a relaxing day on the beach in Malibu. Baena, 18, was spotted casually throwing a football around on the sand with a friend - proving that athleticism definitely runs in the family. At one point, the teenager jumped into the ocean waves while chasing the ball. He showed off his washboard abs in a pair of of blue and grey striped swim trunks, and let his long, brown hair hang loose around his shoulders. Related: Hear Which »
- Jodi Guglielmi, @JodiGug3
Jimmy Kimmel took aim at competitors and colleagues alike in his annual appearance at ABC’s upfront presentation Tuesday in New York.
Here are some of his best lines:
On the exec shakeup that saw Channing Dungey replace Paul Lee as ABC Entertainment head in March: “This is kind of our family reunion every year. Where’s Uncle Paul? Oh that’s right, I forgot…. I hate to see anyone especially a British person lose his dental plan.” “Channing Dungey is too humble to mention that she’s the first female African-American network president ever to pick up a show about a talking dog.” On Fox’s decision to no longer release live-same-day ratings: “Their arguments would carry more weight if they were not in last place. It’s like the Knicks announcing they are no longer using the final score — it doesn’t reflect the reality of the modern basketball game. »
- Cynthia Littleton
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