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Culture Dump #25: 4 Awkward Things That Happen at Awards Ceremonies

Awards season. That unapologetically back-slappy period where society’s richest and most privileged come together to reward each other with golden statues. While us ‘normies’ (that’s probably what they call us, right?) don’t get to partake in the fun, that doesn’t mean we come away empty handed. Our gift is getting to see first hand the stream of painfully awkward situations these live ceremonies often birth. Moments like…

People Getting Played Off

​Let’s start with the basics. Watching stars fumble through their acceptance speeches is often a hotbed for awkward award show moments. Not least of all when they start to get played off halfway through their ‘Thank You’’s, ‘I Love You’s’ and ‘Oh God, this is so unexpected’’s. Some throw caution to the wind, refusing to have their moment in the sun cut short. Others meanwhile start to get flustered and decide to power through,
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Jimmy Kimmel: Donald Trump Too Busy Defending Wife Beaters To Read Democrats’ Memo

Jimmy Kimmel weighed in on the Obama’s official portraits for the Smithsonian and Donald Trump’s refusal to publish the Dem memo rebutting Devin Nunes’. Former President Obama’s portrait, by artist Kehinde Wiley, is not the traditional man posing in front of desk. It depicts 44 in front of flowers representing Chicago, Africa and Hawaii – aka Nick Nolte’s mug shot shirt, Kimmel noted. In other Washington News, Eric Trump unveiled the latest issues of Trump Magazine over…
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Today in Soap Opera History (February 8)

1974: CBS aired the final episode of The Secret Storm.

1978: UK serial Grange Hill premiered.

1977: Ryan's Hope's Frank was devastated over Jill.

1995: Days of our Lives' Sami and Lucas had sex."Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble those of preceding times. This arises from the fact that they are produced by men who ever have been, and ever shall be, animated by the same passions, and thus they necessarily have the same results."

― Machiavelli

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1955: On Love of Life, Ben (David Lewis, who later won a Daytime Emmy Award for his
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Oscars flashback: Watch as Christopher Plummer confesses he was rehearsing his acceptance speech since birth

Oscars flashback: Watch as Christopher Plummer confesses he was rehearsing his acceptance speech since birth
Christopher Plummer had to wait until his eighties to receive any attention from Oscar voters. The long-awaited first nomination for the 2010 film “The Last Station” followed an acclaimed career in “The Sound of Music,” “The Man Who Would Be King,” “Somewhere in Time,” and “The Insider.” Even with the sympathy vote and at his age, he wouldn’t win that night, losing to Christoph Waltz in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglorious Basterds” for Best Supporting Actor.

SEEOscar Best Supporting Actor Gallery: Every Winner in Academy Award History

However, two years later, Plummer was offered the plum role of Hal in the indie dramedy Beginners starring Ewan McGregor. It was that role that did bring Plummer his first (and only, so far) Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He played an elderly man dying of cancer who reveals to his son that he is gay with a young male lover.

At 82 Plummer
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Super Bowl celebration: Top 12 greatest football films, ranked worst to best, including ‘Friday Night Lights, ‘Jerry Maguire,’ Rudy’

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The Super Bowl closes out an exciting season of NFL football this Sunday with a strong match-up between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots. So for fans to bide their time in the many months before another kick-off, it’s time to turn your attentions to the greatest football films of all time. There are all kinds of football-based films out there to enjoy — from dramas to comedies, and even an award-winning documentary — and we’ve collected the top 12 here in our photo gallery, ranked from worst to best.

In paring down the list, we had to answer the question: “Just what is a football movie?” We didn’t include “The Blind Side,” for example, because though its central character plays football, the film is primarily about many other things. And while Act 3 of Robert Altman‘s “M*A*S*H” is made up of what is arguably the
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Nick Nolte on His Infamous 2002 Mug Shot: I Looked ‘Like an Asylum Inmate Out for a Lark’

Nick Nolte on His Infamous 2002 Mug Shot: I Looked ‘Like an Asylum Inmate Out for a Lark’
On a recent afternoon at Nick Nolte‘s sprawling Malibu compound, the bushy-bearded 76-year-old actor takes a long slug from a coffee mug, stuffed with four bags of green tea, and talks about the day he was arrested for driving under the influence of Ghb — and the infamous photograph taken of him hours later.

“Ghb,” Nolte tells People in this week’s issue, “was one substance I ran into that I shouldn’t have messed with.”

The three-time Oscar nominee is out to set the record straight about his life as one of Hollywood’s most celebrated actors — and hell-raisers — in his new memoir,
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‘Divorce’ Review: Season 2 Gets a Brighter, Funnier Makeover, But This HBO Comedy Still Cuts Deep

‘Divorce’ Review: Season 2 Gets a Brighter, Funnier Makeover, But This HBO Comedy Still Cuts Deep
“Divorce” Season 1 was a petrified flower of a TV show. A black comedy that cut deep, again and again, like a particularly thorny rose that you couldn’t stop picking up, Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to HBO was met with an aptly mixed reaction. For some, it was too bleak and too suffocating in its exhausting exploration of a broken marriage. For others, it provided insight into (and thus relief from) one of life’s most prevalent predicaments, making the process of divorce both intriguing in its unexpected challenges and moving in its oh-so-human central characters. The dead rose poked back so much it felt alive, and viewers gleaned something meaningful with every prick.

“Divorce” Season 2 is a rose in bloom, in that much of the elements that scared off onlookers before have been pruned. In their place lies a show intent on discovery, hope, and positive thinking, ushered
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The Top Five Nick Nolte Yelling Scenes in Movies

Listening to Nick Nolte yell is like listening to rocks banging together. Nick Nolte had such a rough voice that you have to wonder if just talking hurts him sometimes or if it’s come by honestly due to one lifestyle choice or another, or if it just developed that way as he got older. I’ve heard tell of people that smoked and drank a lot in their lives earning a voice like this, but it also seems possible that it could just happen as one gets older. Whatever the case his voice is one of the roughest in Hollywood and

The Top Five Nick Nolte Yelling Scenes in Movies
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10 Die Hard Facts You Never Knew

10 Die Hard Facts You Never Knew
Yippee Ki-Yay, Christmas movie fans! Die Hard might just be the greatest action film ever made. It's endlessly quotable, made a huge movie star out of Bruce Willis, features one of the penultimate performances from the late Alan Rickman, and launched not only a franchise, but a slew of imitators, as well. Welcome to the party, pal! Here we look at 10 things you never knew about Die Hard.

Frank Sinatra could have been John McClane.

Ol' Blue Eyes had first dibs on the role that made Bruce Willis an action star. Die Hard is based on the 1979 crime novel Nothing Lasts Forever, which was a sequel to the 1966 book The Detective. The famous crooner turned actor starred in the 1968 film adaptation of The Detective and was therefore offered the chance to reprise the role of John McClane in the follow-up. Of course, Sinatra was already 73 by then, and said no.
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Graves

Network: Epix. Episodes: 20 (half-hour). Seasons: Two. TV show dates: October 16, 2016 — December 10, 2017. Series status: Cancelled. Performers include: Nick Nolte, Sela Ward, Heléne Yorke, Chris Lowell, Skylar Astin, Callie Hernandez, Tania Gunadi, Ernie Hudson, Roger Bart, Khotan Fernandez, Harry Hamlin, Nia Vardalos, Kathy Najimy, Adam Goldberg, Spencer Grammer, Wallace Shawn, Jaqueline Bisset, Sarah Baker, Matt Long, Lauren Weedman, Michael Cyril Creighton, Joanna Sanchez, and Juliette Lewis. TV show description: The Graves TV show is a political comedy from creator Joshua Michael Stern. The story centers on Richard Graves (Nolte), a former President of the United States, his wife Margaret (Ward), and their children Olivia (Yorke), and Jeremy (Lowell). Twenty-five years after the
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Graves: Cancelled by Epix; No Season Three for Nick Nolte TV Show

President Graves' quest to right past wrongs has come to a sudden end. Epix has cancelled its Graves TV show after just two seasons. This means episode 2.10, "Spark Meet Gasoline," which aired on December 10th, will serve as the unintended Graves TV series finale. . An Epix political comedy from creator Joshua Michael Stern, Graves stars Nick Nolte, Sela Ward, Skylar Astin, Heléne Yorke, Chris Lowell, Callie Hernandez, Ernie Hudson, Roger Bart, and Nia Vardalos. The story centers on Richard Graves (Nolte), a former President of the United States, his wife Margaret (Ward), and their children Olivia (Yorke), and Jeremy (Lowell). Twenty-five years after the fact, President Richard Graves has an epiphany and decides to clean up his legacy. Read More…
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Graves Cancelled After 2 Seasons

Graves Cancelled After 2 Seasons
Graves has been officially buried.

Epix has cancelled the Nick Nolte comedy after two seasons, our sister site Variety reports. Its Season 2 finale — which will now have to double as a series finale — aired on Dec. 10.

Graves — which starred Nolte as former two-term U.S. president Richard Graves, a role for which he was nominated at last year’s Golden Globes — was one of Epix’s first-ever original series,
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‘Graves’ Canceled At Epix After Two Seasons

There will be no Season 3 for Nick Nolte starrer Graves. MGM-owned Epix has canceled its first scripted comedy series after two seasons, Deadline has confirmed. Graves wrapped its 10-episode sophomore season on December 10, with the season finale now serving as a series finale. Graves followed former two-term Republican President Richard Graves (Nick Nolte) as he embarks on a Don Quixote-like quest to right the wrongs of his administration and reclaim his legacy 25 years…
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Epix has cancelled Graves starring Nick Nolte after two complete seasons

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Epix has cancelled their first half-hour scripted comedy series Graves starring Nick Nolte as former President Richard Graves. The cancellation comes after the close of the show's 10-episode sophomore season, with the finale episode now serving as the series finale. Graves told the tale of former two-term Republican Richard Graves, who after twenty five years of leaving office, arrives at the... Read More...
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Classic Eddie Murphy Movie “48 Hrs” is Getting a Remake

In the late 1980s, Eddie Murphy was really hitting his stride in the comedy world. With some very successful standup specials and some blockbuster films under his belt, he seemed like he was in just about every movie that Hollywood was putting out. So where did audiences first get a chance to really see Murphy in a comedy role? That would be his portrayal of recently paroled Reggie Hammond who is reluctantly forced into helping a cop to catch a serial killer. This film, entitled 48 Hrs., stars both Murphy and Nick Nolte as the unlikely duo to help solve

Classic Eddie Murphy Movie “48 Hrs” is Getting a Remake
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Eddie Murphy's 1982 Buddy-Cop Film 48 Hrs. is Getting a Remake

Since Hollywood is running out of ideas, they are looking at remaking a 1982 film called 48 Hrs. with Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte. The film is a buddy-cop comedy that helped launch the career of Murphy. The story followed a convict and cop who are forced to team up to catch a pair of cop killers within 48 hours.

The original movie, which was produced by Joel Silver, is entertaining and has some fun moments but it's far from being a great film. I'm not sure why anyone would want to remake this film because there's nothing original or unique about it. Films like this are a dime a dozen. Here's the trailer for the original film, in case you're not familiar with it:

The remake is set up at Paramount Players and it will be developed by the same team who brought us Robert Pattinson's crime thriller Good Time, Benny and Josh Safdie,
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Good Time directors to remake 48 Hours

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Author: Zehra Phelan

The current trend in Hollywood goes a little something like this if you haven’t got an original idea lets just stick a remake no one asked for onto the schedule. This time around Paramount has commissioned a remake of the 1982 48 Hours.

Coming off there critically acclaimed outing with the Robert Pattinson led Good Time, directors, who just happen to be brothers, Benny and Josh Safdie will take the helm of the project.

Planet of the Apes franchise production company Chenin Entertainment will be producing with Oscar Boyson and Sebastian Bear-McClard.

Back in 1982, Eddie Murphy was still a fledgling actor until a spat of films shot him to stardom, one, in particular, was 48 Hours in which he starred alongside Nick Nolte who played a renegade cop opposite Murphy’s bank robber. The story followed cop Jack Cates (Nick Nolte) as he pulls bank robber Reggie Hammond (Eddie
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‘Good Time’ Tops Film Comment’s 20 Best Films of 2017; Safdies to Remake ’48 Hrs.’

One of the most electrifying, thrilling, and funny films of the year was Safdies’ Good Time, featuring Robert Pattinson in a career-best performance. While it didn’t exactly ignite the box-office, as the crime drama is now available to stream we hoped it would spur more year-end conversation and that looks to be the case. It’s now topped Film Comment’s best films of 2017, an eclectic list which also includes personal favorite such as A Quiet Passion, Nocturama, Personal Shopper, Dawson City: Frozen Time, Phantom Thread, and more.

In related news, Benny and Josh Safdie have found a new major project. THR reports the duo will remake Walter Hill’s 1982 buddy comedy 48 Hrs., which starred Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte. Scripting the project will be Josh Safdie, frequent collaborator Ronald Bronstein, and Jerrod Carmichael. There’s no word yet on casting or how updated the plot will be (the
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A ’48 Hrs.’ Remake Is On The Way From The Safdie Brothers

They’ve had a fantastic year with their superb Cannes break-out Good Time, which delivered one of the best performances from Robert Pattinson, and now it looks like filmmakers Ben and Joshua Safdie are to remake Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte action-comedy 48 Hrs.

Walter Hill directed the original 1982 movie, which revolved around a cop and a felon who form an unlikely partnership to capture a pair of killers on the run. It even spawned a sequel, Another 48 Hours in 1990.

Here’s full synopsis of the original movie:

Renegade cop Jack Cates (Nick Nolte) pulls bank robber Reggie Hammond (Eddie Murphy) from a federal prison on a 48-hour leave to help him capture Hammond’s old partner, Albert Ganz (James Remar). Having escaped from a prison work crew, Ganz is on a killing spree around San Francisco, on the trail of half a million dollars that went missing after one of his robberies.
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48 Hrs is getting a remake

Simon Brew Dec 15, 2017

The Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte-headlined 48 Hrs is getting a remake...

Things have been quiet on the remake news front for a while, but rest assured, Hollywood is still trawling the archives for fodder. It’s now settled on the Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte-headlined mismatched partners movie 48 Hrs, where a convict and a cop are put together to catch cop killers. Oh, and they have 48 hours to do it.

The original (directed by Walter Hill, of course) is strong, its follow-up – Another 48 Hrs – less so. But now Benny and Josh Safdie (the duo behind Good Time) have been hired by Paramount to remake the movie.

The screenplay will be written by Jerrod Carmichael, Josh Safdie and Ronald Bronstein. No release date has been confirmed yet, and it’s not clear if Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte will have any involvement at all. Our guess?
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