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10 Things About Pulp Fiction You Never Knew

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10 Things About Pulp Fiction You Never Knew
It's a certified cinema classic and one of the most quotable movies ever. Two years after Reservoir Dogs, video store clerk turned auteur Quentin Tarantino turned out another masterpiece in Pulp Fiction, the 1994 movie that rescued John Travolta from the pop culture waste bin via a now iconic performance, matched in creative and artistic firepower by Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Tim Roth, Harvey Keitel, Christopher Walken, Eric Stoltz, Rosanna Arquette, Amanda Plummer, Ving Rhames, and of course, Samuel L. Jackson as the soul searching hit man Jules. Pulp Fiction still regularly plays in midnight showings at the writer/director's own New Beverly Cinema. Today we look at 10 things you never knew about Pulp Fiction.

Matt Dillon was almost Butch.

Originally Quentin Tarantino conceived of the "palooka" pugilist played by Bruce Willis as a younger up and coming boxer. He envisioned Matt Dillon in the role. But after the actor reportedly took too long to decide,
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Are We All Just Pretending “Look What You Made Me Do” Doesn’t Remind Us of the Sixth Sense?

You don’t ever forget your first time watching The Sixth Sense. Either you guessed from the very beginning that Bruce Willis was dead, or you were shell-shocked at the final unveiling and spent the night crammed into a twin bed with both of your siblings, bodies pressed together in shared, sheer terror. Just kidding on that last part. That definitely didn’t happen to us. Whether you were too-cool-for-ghoul or watching the cinematic treasure from behind a pillow fort, there were undoubtedly a few ghastly scenes that left you just a bit unnerved. Case in point? The suicide ghost scene. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc5B-ercdKE

Are We All Just Pretending “Look What You Made Me Do” Doesn’t Remind Us of the Sixth Sense?
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The Complete List of 'Dancing With the Stars' Winners: Life After the Mirrorball!

The Complete List of 'Dancing With the Stars' Winners: Life After the Mirrorball!
Season 1: Kelly Monaco & Alec Mazo

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There's nothing sweeter than holding the title of ABC's first-ever DWTS champion! Since winning the mirrorball, Monaco continued to portray the role of Samantha McCall on the network's daytime drama, General Hospital. Monaco made her most recent return to the show during season 25, pairing up with her close pal, Cheryl Burke, and former NFL star Terrell Owens for Trio Night.

Season 2: Drew Lachey & Cheryl Burke

Photo: ABC

The 98 Degrees singer had so much fun learning how to dance on the show, that he joined the pros and troupe dancers on their DWTS tour after winning the title. At the time, he had no idea that his brother, Nick Lachey, would later compete on season 25 of the show with Peta Murgatroyd. Unfortunately for Nick, he didn't have as much luck -- he and Peta were the fifth couple to be eliminated from the competition.

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Samuel L. Jackson Wraps His Role as Mr. Glass in Split 2

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Samuel L. Jackson Wraps His Role as Mr. Glass in Split 2
The highly-anticipated sequel Glass, which brings together characters from both M. Night Shyamalan's 2000 film Unbreakable and this year's low-budget hit Split, started filming just last month, and it seems that principal photography is already winding down. Director M. Night Shyamalan took to Twitter over the weekend to reveal that Samuel L. Jackson has already wrapped his role as Elijah Price, a.k.a. Mr. Glass, with production ending next week. Here's what the director had to say on social media.

"1 week left of shooting #Glass. Yesterday was @SamuelLJackson last shot. Had to fight back tears. These are more than movies to me."

The news comes just weeks after we caught our first glimpse of Samuel L. Jackson on the Glass set with new set photos, but it seems his time on the project has already come to a close. Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds David Dunn (Bruce Willis
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Screen Supporting Actress Extraordinaire Sarah Paulson

by Murtada

We’ve just seen her in the trailer for Steven Spielberg's The Post, delivering one of the clip's memorable moments. "Well, I think that's brave". She’s going to be one of the Ocean’s Eight. And she'll appear in the M Night Shyamalan Unbreakable/Split sequel Glass. She is also signed to co-star in Bird Box. She’ll be acting with Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Samuel L Jackson, Tom Hanks, Rihanna, Bruce Willis and Meryl Streep. Yes, Sarah Paulson will be dominating film screens, from the vantage point of the supporting player.

Paulson is booking movies left and right. Obviously casting directors noticed the range she shown in her many Ryan Murphy TV projects. The latest project announced is John Crowley’s adaptation of Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer-winning The Goldfinch...
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Glass Set Photo Offers Sneak Peek At Bruce Willis’ Returning David Dunn

The city of Philadelphia is currently playing host to M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, a sequel 17 years in the making, and today brings forth an all-new set photo to prove it.

First unveiled via Facebook (with a tip of the hat to ComicBook.com), this compilation offers up another sneak peek at Bruce Willis as the returning David Dunn. You know him, of course; he was the steely protagonist of Unbreakable, a man so strong and resilient he can bench press 350 pounds and walk away from a train crash without so much as a scratch. And in 2019, he’ll be welcomed back to the fray alongside Samuel L. Jackson as the dubious Elijah Price.

Completing the crossover are Anya Taylor-Joy and a topless James McAvoy, who were first introduced earlier this year via Split. And below, you’ll see all four characters moseying around the Philadelphia set:

They’re the
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‘Lady Dynamite’ Star Maria Bamford Is the ‘Ultimate Artist’ Who Isn’t Afraid to Get Naked for Laughs That Cut Deep

‘Lady Dynamite’ Star Maria Bamford Is the ‘Ultimate Artist’ Who Isn’t Afraid to Get Naked for Laughs That Cut Deep
Maria Bamford, the star of perhaps Netflix’s most truly original comedy, went fully nude in the first episode of “Lady Dynamite,” just for funsies. “There are so many male nude scenes that I think are funny. I just — I’m older, I don’t give a shit,” she said, with a laugh, to IndieWire.

The scene features Bamford dodging attempts to pixelize her naughtiest bits, in an effort to (as one of her pet pugs explains in voice-over) celebrate “body positivity.” That’s an absurd sentence to write, out of context. But it fits perfectly with the mindset that drives “Lady Dynamite,” which features Bamford as a somewhat fictionalized version of herself, dealing with the pitfalls and pratfalls of the entertainment industry in a heightened reality where dogs can talk, the boundaries of space and time don’t matter, and, really, why shouldn’t a 40-something woman strut around naked?
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‘Lady Dynamite’ Star Maria Bamford Is the ‘Ultimate Artist’ Who Isn’t Afraid to Get Naked for Laughs That Cut Deep

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‘Lady Dynamite’ Star Maria Bamford Is the ‘Ultimate Artist’ Who Isn’t Afraid to Get Naked for Laughs That Cut Deep
Maria Bamford, the star of perhaps Netflix’s most truly original comedy, went fully nude in the first episode of “Lady Dynamite,” just for funsies. “There are so many male nude scenes that I think are funny. I just — I’m older, I don’t give a shit,” she said, with a laugh, to IndieWire.

The scene features Bamford dodging attempts to pixelize her naughtiest bits, in an effort to (as one of her pet pugs explains in voice-over) celebrate “body positivity.” That’s an absurd sentence to write, out of context. But it fits perfectly with the mindset that drives “Lady Dynamite,” which features Bamford as a somewhat fictionalized version of herself, dealing with the pitfalls and pratfalls of the entertainment industry in a heightened reality where dogs can talk, the boundaries of space and time don’t matter, and, really, why shouldn’t a 40-something woman strut around naked?
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Rlje Films to Unleash Joe Lynch’s Mayhem on Blu-ray, DVD & 4K Ultra HD on December 26th

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We've been excited for Daily Dead readers to experience the adrenaline rush of Joe Lynch's Mayhem since our Managing Editor Heather Wixson gave it a four-star SXSW review. Following the film's November 10th theatrical and VOD release from Rlje Films, it's now been announced that Mayhem will wreak havoc on home media on December 26th.

The physical home media release of Mayhem will help you fight off the stress of the holidays with an audio commentary, a behind-the-scenes featurette, and more. We have the official press release with full details below, as well as a look at the cover art featuring Steven Yeun and Samara Weaving:

Press Release: Los Angeles (November 14, 2017) – Rlje Films (Nasdaq: Rlje) will release the action, horror film Mayhem on DVD, Blu-ray, and Ultra High-Definition 4K/Blu-ray combo on Dec. 26, 2017. Directed by Joe Lynch (Everly, Chillerama), the feature film debut from writer Matias Caruso stars Steven Yeun (“The Walking Dead,
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Bruce Willis Battles James McAvoy In Glass Set Video

M. Night Shyamalan’s much-anticipated Glass, the sequel to both 2003’s Unbreakable and 2017’s Split, has been in production for about a month now. Last week, we got our first glimpse at one of the movie’s triumvirate of stars on set – namely, Samuel L. Jackson back in character as the titular Mr. Glass – and now, a juicy set video reveals Jackson’s co-stars: Bruce Willis and James McAvoy.

Not only that, but it sees the pair locked in a fierce fist fight. It appears that neither of them is able to best the other, until an unknown third character runs into shot to break up the clash.

James on the set of Glass (❗kind of spoiler) pic.twitter.com/9X75NO7xcq

— best of mcavoy (@bestofmcavoyj) November 8, 2017

Though Willis is hooded, that’s unmistakably him, as the figure McAvoy’s fighting is wearing David Dunn’s iconic oversized rain coat.
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‘Glass’ Set Pics Reveal James McAvoy & Bruce Willis

Last week, we posted a look at Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price in the in-production Glass from director M. Night Shyamalan, and now some images of James McAvoy and Bruce Willis on the Philadelphia set have been published.

This is the first look at Bruce Willis’ returning David Dunn from Unbreakable, and James McAvoy’s Kevin Wendell Crumb, who we saw in Shyamalan’s last movie Split.

The scenes being shot were reportedly of David Dunn and The Beast battling for the first time outside of a permanently shuttered mental facility in Allentown, the same location where Jackson was pictured last week. You can take a look at the new images below.

Glass

Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan

Coming in 2019 pic.twitter.com/i5fDQUUeEn

— Michael is All In (@JokerCritic) November 10, 2017

James McAvoy’s The Beast battles Bruce Willis
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An Unbreakable Bruce Willis Battles the Beast in Glass Set Video

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An Unbreakable Bruce Willis Battles the Beast in Glass Set Video
Some brand new set photos and the first set video from Glass, aka Split 2, have arrived online. M. Night Shyamalan managed to get himself out of director's jail with this year's Split, which turned out to be a secret sequel to his second movie, Unbreakable. Now, he's hard at work filming the follow-up, officially titled Glass, which will complete the director's unconventional superhero trilogy. Now, thanks to a new set video, we have our first look at a showdown between Bruce Willis and James McAvoy in the movie.

In the video, we see Bruce Willis' David Dunn pinning James McAvoy's Beast against a van. Things get ugly when the two start exchanging blows. It's not really a boxing match, but it looks really intense. We haven't seen David Dunn for years, so it's possible his powers have increased since Unbreakable. And we know from Split that The Beast is a very formidable opponent.
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David Dunn battles The Beast in set video from M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass

A couple of days ago we got a look at Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price in M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass [see here], and now we have a video from the set of the Unbreakable and Split sequel which sees Bruce WillisDavid Dunn battling James McAvoy’s The Beast, along with a few more set photos, including returning Split star Anya Taylor-Joy; check them out in the links below…

James McAvoy's The Beast battles Bruce Willis' David Dunn #Glass https://t.co/CmloGDMgdz

— Walt (@UberKryptonian) November 11, 2017

Glass

Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan

Coming in 2019 pic.twitter.com/i5fDQUUeEn

— Michael is All In (@JokerCritic) November 10, 2017

Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator
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New Meg Synopsis Has Jason Statham Fighting a 75-Foot Shark

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Warner Bros. has released the first official synopsis for Meg, the studio's upcoming thriller that takes the shark movie genre to new lengths, quite literally. The last we heard about this movie was way back in January, when Steve Alten, who wrote the book that Meg is based on, stated that this will be an "edge-of-your-seat scary movie" that features a massive 70-foot shark, but this new plot synopsis straight from Warner Bros. states that the shark is even bigger, coming in at a whopping 75 feet long. Take a look at the official synopsis below.

"A deep-sea submersible, part of an international undersea observation program, has been attacked by a massive creature, previously thought to be extinct, and now lies disabled at the bottom of the deepest trench in the Pacific... with its crew trapped inside. With time running out, expert deep sea rescue diver Jonas Taylor (Statham) is recruited
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Comeback TV adaptation in the works from Nacho Vigalondo

Joseph Baxter Kirsten Howard Nov 10, 2017

The Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman and Colossal director Nacho Vigalondo will team to adapt time travel comic Comeback...

In extremely exciting news for film and comic book geeks alike, multimedia maestro Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) will soon join filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo, director of such projects as Timecrimes and Colossal, to adapt Ed Brisson’s time-bending Image Comics title, Comeback.

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With Sony Pictures holding the rights to Comeback, THR reports that Kirkman, a perennial presence for Image Comics, will join the film adaptation as a producer, via his Skybound Entertainment banner, with Nacho Vigalondo tapped as the primary visionary to write and direct.

The story of Image’s Comeback comic centres on a duo of time agents, named Seth and Mark, who work for a company, called Reconnect, that will – for an exorbitant cost – go back
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Game Night Trailer Invites Jason Bateman to a Murder Mystery Party

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Game Night Trailer Invites Jason Bateman to a Murder Mystery Party
New Line Cinema has released the first trailer for Game Night, the studio's upcoming action comedhy starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams. John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein are directing, marking their second film as co-directors following Vacation. The filmmakers have assembled an all-star cast around Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams for this comedy about a group of friends whose innocent game night is taken to a whole new level.

Bateman and McAdams star as Max and Annie, whose weekly couples game night gets kicked up a notch when Max's charismatic brother, Brooks (Kyle Chandler), arranges a murder mystery party, complete with fake thugs and faux federal agents. So when Brooks gets kidnapped, it's all part of the game...right? But as the six uber-competitive gamers set out to solve the case and win, they begin to discover that neither this "game," nor Brooks, are what they seem to be. Over
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Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price returns in set photo from M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass

After the post-credits scene of Split revealed that the movie takes place in the same world as Unbreakable, M. Night Shyamalan wasted little time in announcing that he was working on a sequel to both films entitled Glass, which would pit Bruce WillisDavid Dunn against Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price and James McAvoy’s Kevin Wendell Crumb.

Filming on Glass kicked off back in October, and now we’ve got the first set photo from the movie, which sees the return of Samuel L. Jackson’s villain Elijah Price, a.k.a. Mr. Glass.

Samuel L Jackson como Mr. Glass en #Glass (2019) pic.twitter.com/lkT3egneAa

— Cario (@cariolita) November 8, 2017

Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.
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Samuel L. Jackson Returns As Mr. Glass In New ‘Glass’ Set Photos

Samuel L. Jackson has returned to one of his famous roles in these new Glass set photos. In this post by the Daily Mail newspaper in the UK, Jackson is pictured as the villainous Elijah Price/ Mr. Glass in the sequel to Split and the hugely popular Unbreakable, both of which were directed by M. Night Shyamalan.

Glass Set Photos Show Samuel L. Jackson As The Returning Elijah Price

Shooting is currently underway in Pennsylvania where the new Glass set photos were captured. The outlet reports that these were taken outside the shuttered Allentown State Hospital on Tuesday. They say that shooting is scheduled to last a few weeks at the real-life mental institution, which was built in 1912 and closed in 2010.

Related: Sarah Paulson joins Glass for director M. Night Shyamalan

Glass revolves around the imprisoned Elijah Price (aka Mr. Glass), who holds secrets critical to both David Dunn (Bruce Willis
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Samuel L. Jackson Returns As Elijah Price In New Glass Set Photos

M. Night Shyamalan’s much-anticipated Glass, the sequel to both 2003’s Unbreakable and 2017’s Split, has been in production for about a month now. So far, though, we’ve had next to no glimpses of the movie, which will see Bruce Willis, as the super-powered David Dunn, face James McAvoy’s psychotic collection of personalities known as The Horde. Thanks to these new set photos, though, we now have our first look at Samuel L. Jackson returning as the film’s third main player, the titular Mr. Glass.

The images show Glass Aka Elijah Price looking much like we last saw him fifteen years ago. Though his hair is greying and he’s growing out a beard, the character remains in a wheelchair from the injuries he picked up in Unbreakable. Likewise, his fashion sense hasn’t changed, as he still favours an eccentric long purple overcoat and scarf. Fun
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Samuel L. Jackson's Mr. Glass Returns in First Split 2 Set Photos

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Samuel L. Jackson's Mr. Glass Returns in First Split 2 Set Photos
Production for M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable sequel Glass is currently underway in Philadelphia and we now have our first look at Samuel L. Jackson as an elder Elijah Price. Fans have been waiting a long time for this, so this is certainly exciting news to see the 68-year old Jackson back as the mysterious comic book collector who was (rightfully) convinced that a regular person, David Dunn (Bruce Willis), has extraordinary superhero powers. Many fans hail Unbreakable as one of M. Night Shyamalan's greatest movies, if not the best.

When M. Night Shyamalan's Split was released last year, many had a bit of a shock at the post-credits scene. Bruce Willis' David Dunn character is seen in a diner watching the news on television about the arrest of James McAvoy's Kevin Crumb character, who hides multiple different personalities. We learn he'll be placed in the
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