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Filming On TNT Unscripted Series ‘Who Rules The World’ Suspended As Producers Sever Ties With Morgan Spurlock

TNT, Sarah Jessica Parker’s Pretty Matches and Refinery29 have suspended production on the planned unscripted series Who Rules the World (working title), which had been co-produced by Morgan Spurlock's Warrior Poets and executive produced by the documentarymaker. The decision follows Spurlock’s public admission of sexual misconduct earlier this week. The series, which tackles women’s issues, did not have a premiere date and was in early stages of production. Its future…
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Date Revealed: Who the Royal Couple Will Share an Anniversary With

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Date Revealed: Who the Royal Couple Will Share an Anniversary With
Prince Harry and his fiancé Meghan Markle have officially announced the date for their royal wedding! The couple will make their walk down the aisle on May 19, 2018 and luckily, they will be joining the ranks of other happily married couples that chose to exchange their vows during the spring. Among the duos that are still living their happily-ever-after are Sarah Jessica Parker and Broadway actor Matthew Broderick, Rob Reiner and Michele Singer and Jessica Alba and Cash Warren. The highly anticipated royal wedding is expected to be just as unconventional as the couple themselves, similar to Parker and Broderick who made headlines on May 19, 1997 when they married in a non-traditional...
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8 Old School Disney Channel Shows That Deserve a Reboot

Many of us grew up with TV shows on Disney Channel, planning our Friday nights around the premiere of every single new Disney Channel Original Movie. We laughed, we cried and we prayed that our secret twin sibling would show up out of nowhere, while simultaneously finding out that our mother was born a leprechaun.

The last few years have given all Disney Channel kids hope with the return of That’s So Raven and Boy Meets World via their respective spinoffs, Raven’s Home and Girl Meets World. (Adult Shawn Hunter, anyone?) If you love baby Sarah Jessica Parker and the Sanderson sisters as much as the rest of the world, you probably jumped for joy when a Hocus Pocus remake was announced. Oh, and who can forget the huge news that the Wildcats will return to East High in High School Musical 4?

Sure, all of these reboots are great, but so many more
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The Biggest Celebrity Feuds of 2017

There was no shortage of celebrity beefs in 2017.

Whether the fights were between co-stars or once close friends, the shade just kept coming. Let's take a look back at the most intense celebrity feuds of the year.

1. Blac Chyna vs. Rob Kardashian

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's split turned a new level of nasty when the former couple exchanged wild accusations against one another in a heated, Nsfw social media war in June. Kardashian shared graphic naked photos of Chyna, accused her of cheating on him multiple times and also accused her of being on drugs. Meanwhile, Chyna took to Snapchat to accuse Kardashian of also cheating on her and being physically abusive.

One month later, a judge granted Chyna's request for a temporary restraining order against Kardashian.

"Revenge porn is a form of domestic abuse," Chyna's attorney, Lisa Bloom, said during a press conference.

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But the two now appear to be keeping
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Jessica Chastain Says A ‘Well-Known Actor’ Told Her to ‘Calm Down’ Over Sexual Harassment Reactions

Jessica Chastain Says A ‘Well-Known Actor’ Told Her to ‘Calm Down’ Over Sexual Harassment Reactions
Jessica Chastain isn’t naming any names, but she is revealing that a “well-known” Hollywood actor told her to “calm down” after he saw her speaking out against alleged Hollywood predators like Harvey Weinstein on her Twitter account. Chastain has been one of the most vocal actors in Hollywood speaking out against sexual harassment and abuse, constantly showing support to victims and amplifying their voices on her social media pages.

Read More:Jessica Chastain and Sarah Jessica Parker Speak Out About Making Hollywood Sets More Inclusive

“I was tweeting a lot at the time [of the Harvey Weinstein accusations] and actually got an email from a well-known actor that said, ‘Calm down,’” Chastain recently told Graham Norton (via People). “I found that heartbreaking and can only think he didn’t understand the movement that was happening.”

Chastain made headlines last month for tweeting about “X-Men” and “The Usual Suspects” director Bryan Singer, despite the fact
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Ariana Grande Has Sold More Than $150 Million in Fragrance: See How She Stacks Up Against Other Stars

Ariana Grande Has Sold More Than $150 Million in Fragrance: See How She Stacks Up Against Other Stars
Whether it’s Britney Spears‘ Curious, Justin Bieber‘s Someday or even Sarah Jessica Parker’s Sjp Stash, there’s a good chance you’ve had have at least one celebrity fragrance in your repertoire at one time or another. And you’re not the only one — celebrity fragrances sell. Case in point: Ariana Grande‘s collection of scents, which, thanks to her loyal fans, have brought in $150 million over the past two years.

The team behind her collection of fragrances – Moonlight, Sweet Like Candy and Ari by Ariana Grande – announced in a statement that she’s sold upwards of
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‘High Maintenance’ Trailer: TV’s Best Pot Delivery Comedy is Here to Help You Forget How Terrible the World Is

‘High Maintenance’ Trailer: TV’s Best Pot Delivery Comedy is Here to Help You Forget How Terrible the World Is
Look, it’s a stressful time of year, even if Thanksgiving politics discussions weren’t already right on the horizon.

So it’s probably perfect timing for HBO to remind everyone that “High Maintenance” is coming back to mellow everyone out next year. (And maybe even make some people happy in the process!)

Read More:‘High Maintenance’ Review: The First Great Web Series Is Now HBO’s Best New Show

One of the first shows to successfully make the jump from web series to TV, “High Maintenance” stars Ben Sinclair as The Guy as he makes weed deliveries to a wide-ranging clientele. Judging by this teaser, a lot of his customers are a little anxious about things happening out in the world, but a few of them are offering some hope, too.

This is the second round of HBO-released episodes from Katja Blichfeld and Sinclair, who originally created the show back in 2012 for the web.
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‘High Maintenance’ Trailer: TV’s Best Pot Delivery Comedy is Here to Help You Forget How Terrible the World Is

‘High Maintenance’ Trailer: TV’s Best Pot Delivery Comedy is Here to Help You Forget How Terrible the World Is
Look, it’s a stressful time of year, even if Thanksgiving politics discussions weren’t already right on the horizon.

So it’s probably perfect timing for HBO to remind everyone that “High Maintenance” is coming back to mellow everyone out next year. (And maybe even make some people happy in the process!)

Read More:‘High Maintenance’ Review: The First Great Web Series Is Now HBO’s Best New Show

One of the first shows to successfully make the jump from web series to TV, “High Maintenance” stars Ben Sinclair as The Guy as he makes weed deliveries to a wide-ranging clientele. Judging by this teaser, a lot of his customers are a little anxious about things happening out in the world, but a few of them are offering some hope, too.

This is the second round of HBO-released episodes from Katja Blichfeld and Sinclair, who originally created the show back in 2012 for the web.
See full article at Indiewire »

Would you rather...?

Time for our intermittent stupid game in which we fantasize about hanging with celebrities. You can see all past roundups here if you want to be confronted with yet more impossible choices as to your celeb-fueled fantasy life options. Ready? Pictures are after the jump to help you decide.

Would you rather

...eat burgers with directors Gregg Araki & Andrew Ahn?

... do your makeup with Janet Jackson?

... tour Russia with Sarah Jessica Parker?

... celebrate Jeremy Jordan's birthday with a slice of Star Wars cake?

... cosplay Wonder Woman with Manila Luzon?

...work out with Cynthia Erivo?

... try Madonna's new skin care line with one of her BFFs Debi Mazar?

... visit an art gallery devoted to cinema with Emmanuelle Devos?

... get Christmas sweater-festive with Juliette Lewis?

... be inspired by the superhero Nightwing in your fitness goals with Vincent Rodriguez?

...help Naomi Watts celebrate her mom's new book launch?
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Jessica Chastain Mocks Sexist Auditions on ‘The Tonight Show’: ‘Can You Try It Again, but Hot? — Watch

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Jessica Chastain Mocks Sexist Auditions on ‘The Tonight Show’: ‘Can You Try It Again, but Hot? — Watch
Jessica Chastain is one of Hollywood’s most outspoken feminists, speaking out about gender inequality and other issues on social media, Cannes press conferences, and talk shows. The two-time Oscar nominee took a more lighthearted approach to the issue on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” last night, recording a comic segment in which she endures an increasingly sexist audition. Watch below.

Read More:Jessica Chastain Would Definitely Play Adult Beverly in ‘It’ Sequel: ‘I Hope We Can Make it Happen

After appearing in front of the camera and reading for the role of Angela, she’s given a simple direction: “Can you try it again, but hot?” She complies with the request by delivering her line in a breather way, which is met with another question: “This time can you try it sweet and modest…but also hot? And can you be younger?” It gets increasingly ridiculous from there (“Just like that,
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‘Gunpowder’ Trailer: Kit Harington Rides Into the 1600s in HBO Murder Plot Miniseries

‘Gunpowder’ Trailer: Kit Harington Rides Into the 1600s in HBO Murder Plot Miniseries
The trailer for HBO’s newest miniseries “Gunpowder” makes one thing perfectly clear: Kit Harington’s hair should only be styled down. (Looking at you, Jon Snow man-bun.) In any case, the introduction to the latest three-part 17th century thriller features Harington as Robert Catesby, the driving force behind the Gunpowder Plot that enveloped London back in 1605.

Catesby, a committed Catholic, struggles to live in Protestant England where Catholics are ruthlessly persecuted. Robert Cecil, King James’ spymaster (played by Mark Gatiss of “Game of Thrones” and “Sherlock” fame), oppresses those who are openly Catholic through loss of property, torture, and death. The acclaimed cast also features Liv Tyler (“The Leftovers”) as Catesby’s cousin, Anne Vaux, and Peter Mullan (“Quarry”) as the Jesuit Father Garnet.

The series, which originally aired on BBC One, was received as a historically accurate drama with gruesome and violent scenes that shocked some unknowing viewers.
See full article at Indiewire Television »

‘Gunpowder’ Trailer: Kit Harington Rides Into the 1600s in HBO Murder Plot Miniseries

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‘Gunpowder’ Trailer: Kit Harington Rides Into the 1600s in HBO Murder Plot Miniseries
The trailer for HBO’s newest miniseries “Gunpowder” makes one thing perfectly clear: Kit Harington’s hair should only be styled down. (Looking at you, Jon Snow man-bun.) In any case, the introduction to the latest three-part 17th century thriller features Harington as Robert Catesby, the driving force behind the Gunpowder Plot that enveloped London back in 1605.

Catesby, a committed Catholic, struggles to live in Protestant England where Catholics are ruthlessly persecuted. Robert Cecil, King James’ spymaster (played by Mark Gatiss of “Game of Thrones” and “Sherlock” fame), oppresses those who are openly Catholic through loss of property, torture, and death. The acclaimed cast also features Liv Tyler (“The Leftovers”) as Catesby’s cousin, Anne Vaux, and Peter Mullan (“Quarry”) as the Jesuit Father Garnet.

The series, which originally aired on BBC One, was received as a historically accurate drama with gruesome and violent scenes that shocked some unknowing viewers.
See full article at Indiewire »

‘Divorce’ Season 2 Trailer: Sarah Jessica Parker’s Black Comedy is Done Being a Bummer — Watch

‘Divorce’ Season 2 Trailer: Sarah Jessica Parker’s Black Comedy is Done Being a Bummer — Watch
Divorce” was nothing if not unique when it debuted in the winter of 2016. Dark, unflinching, and with a black sense of humor, Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to HBO dug into the nitty gritty details of an act nearly half of America’s married population will go through during their lives. Some viewers weren’t ready to deal with it, but those who were experienced a meticulous 10-episode investigation into the depths of long-term pain and newfound freedom.

Season 2 looks to capitalize more on the latter. As Parker’s divorcee Frances notes in the opening seconds of the new trailer, her divorce isn’t a bummer: It’s a fresh start.

Read More:‘Divorce’ Review: Sarah Jessica Parker Returns to HBO in Top Form

“Now that I’m divorced, I wanted to be the master of my own destiny,” Robert says in the new trailer, as he shaves off the
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‘Divorce’ Season 2 Trailer: Sarah Jessica Parker’s Black Comedy is Done Being a Bummer — Watch

‘Divorce’ Season 2 Trailer: Sarah Jessica Parker’s Black Comedy is Done Being a Bummer — Watch
Divorce” was nothing if not unique when it debuted in the winter of 2016. Dark, unflinching, and with a black sense of humor, Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to HBO dug into the nitty gritty details of an act nearly half of America’s married population will go through during their lives. Some viewers weren’t ready to deal with it, but those who were experienced a meticulous 10-episode investigation into the depths of long-term pain and newfound freedom.

Season 2 looks to capitalize more on the latter. As Parker’s divorcee Frances notes in the opening seconds of the new trailer, her divorce isn’t a bummer: It’s a fresh start.

Read More:‘Divorce’ Review: Sarah Jessica Parker Returns to HBO in Top Form

“Now that I’m divorced, I wanted to be the master of my own destiny,” Robert says in the new trailer, as he shaves off the
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‘Divorce’ Season 2 Trailer: Sarah Jessica Parker Plays The Dating Game

Created by comedic powerhouse Sharon Horgan (Amazon‘s “Catastrophe” — watch it) and starring two long time beloved actors with Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church, the first season of “Divorce” didn’t bring the hype that HBO seemed to be betting on. With Parker back on the channel that brought her to the spotlight with the immeasurably inspiration “Sex and the City” (its legacy somewhat tarnished due to the ill conceived film spin offs), it should’ve been a sure fire bet, drawing in both her older crowd, fans of the series, and newbies who were intrigued in seeing an “American Sweetheart” type play someone with a bit more of a foul tongue.

Continue reading ‘Divorce’ Season 2 Trailer: Sarah Jessica Parker Plays The Dating Game at The Playlist.
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‘Crashing’ Trailer: Pete Holmes is Falling in Love and Working at Cold Stone in Season 2

‘Crashing’ Trailer: Pete Holmes is Falling in Love and Working at Cold Stone in Season 2
Crashing” is retaking its place as a beginning-of-the-calendar-year HBO comedy and it’s looking a little different.

The HBO series starring Pete Holmes, loosely drawn from his own experiences rising through the New York comedy scene is heading back for a Season 2, this time with a slightly different outlook on love. After the show last left audiences with Pete finally coming to terms with his divorce, the new trailer features Jamie Lee as Pete’s big rebound fling. (Given Pete’s previous views on premarital sex, this understandably will cause some problems. But they look so happy!)

Read More:Judd Apatow TV: How ‘Girls,’ ‘Crashing’ and ‘Love’ Mix His Comedy DNA with Other People’s Stories

It doesn’t look like too much of a wild diversion from the origin story of Season 1 (even though it looks like Pete may have swapped out the Boston for the Comedy Cellar), but
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Kristin Davis Talks About Possibility of ‘Sex and the City 3’ Post-Feud: ‘I Always Have Hope!’ (Exclusive)

Kristin Davis Talks About Possibility of ‘Sex and the City 3’ Post-Feud: ‘I Always Have Hope!’ (Exclusive)
Kristin Davis truly is Charlotte York! The 52-year-old actress attended the Stand Up For Pits Benefit in Hollywood Sunday where Et’s Deidre Behar couldn’t help but ask her about the future of Sex and the City 3.

Though Davis had previously said she wouldn’t be talking about the beloved franchise, she couldn’t help but encourage fans, saying, “I always have hope!”

She remained tight-lipped on all follow-up questions, but that “hope” is more than fans have had to look forward to recently.

Davis’ co-star Kim Cattrall shut down any possibility of a third film, at least with her involved in the project. The 61-year-old actress responded to reports that it was her diva demands that kept the third film from happening.

More: Kim Cattrall Says She's 'Never Been Friends' With Her 'Sex and the City' Co-Stars

“To get any kind of negative press about something that I’ve been saying for almost a year of
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Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon Reunite Following Kim Cattrall 'Sex and the City' Drama -- Pics!

Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon Reunite Following Kim Cattrall 'Sex and the City' Drama -- Pics!
Carrie and Miranda unite!

Former Sex and the City costars Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon reunited on Monday night.

The actresses attended a screening of the Amazon pilot Love You More, from their pal Michael Patrick King, who was an executive producer on the Satc series and movies.

The pilot stars Bridget Everett, who also made an appearance in the first movie, and Nixon took to Instagram afterward to share a snap of the four Satc alumni.

“Last night I attended the screening of #MichaelPatrickKing and Bridget Everett's new Amazon pilot ‘Love You More’ and I couldn’t have loved it any more,” Nixon wrote. “It’s perfection. Exactly the show we need now -- funny, sexy, outrageous, painful and Real Real Real (with the occasional musical number thrown in :-).”

Watch: Kim Cattrall Says She's 'Never Been Friends' With Her 'Sex and the City' Co-Stars

The happy reunion comes just weeks after drama brewed with Parker
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Season 2 of Divorce and Crashing to Premiere This January

The number one premium cable network, known as the home of dragons and droids, will start 2018 with two of its critically-acclaimed comedy series. Divorce and Crashing will return with back-to-back seasons premiering this January 14 on HBO. Divorce, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, kicks off its eight-episode second season at 10:00pm. Season two finds Frances (Parker) and her ex-husband, Robert (Thomas Haden Church), dealing with the aftermath of their explosive separation and learning to rebuild their lives. The show also stars Molly Shannon, Talia Balsam, Tracy Letts, Sterling Jerins and Charlie Kilgore. Steven Pasquale will recur during the season. The

Season 2 of Divorce and Crashing to Premiere This January
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The Best Romantic Comedies on TV, Ranked

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The Best Romantic Comedies on TV, Ranked
This year has been, by all accounts, tumultuous. In the past, viewers might turn to romantic comedies to remind them that everything will be Ok; to distract themselves from the seemingly unending onslaught of disheartening news, and inspire them to believe in the future.

But 2017 has seen a slight shift in the genre’s purpose. This year, more “rom-coms” than ever are taking their stories very, very seriously. From the black comic truths of Sarah Jessica Parker’s “Divorce” to the healing power of love post-trauma in Tig Notaro’s “One Mississippi,” this batch of romantic-minded comedies are addressing issues as honestly as anything else on television.

Sure, there’s still room for flirtatious fun, “will they or won’t they” pairings, and soul-bearing emotional confessions, but the list gathered below speaks to the state of the world: Love can still conquer all, but it’s not a cloaking agent.
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