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What's with today, today? Well, an "Empire Records" reunion. Star Ethan Embry (Mark) tweeted a photo of himself along with Johnny Whitworth (A.J.), Brendan Sexton III (Warren), James Willis (Eddie) and Coyote Shivers (Berko). Unfortunately absent: Rory Cochrane (Lucas), Anthony Lapaglia (Joe), Debi Mazar (Jane), Robin Tunney (Debra), Liv Tyler (Corey), Renee Zellweger (Gina) and Maxwell Caulfield (Rex Manning). Such deviant behavior. Check out the photo below; enjoy HuffPost Entertainment's casting suggestions for an "Empire Records" remake by clicking here.
20 years later.. Empire reunion. Can you spot Warren? Eddie? Berko? A.J.? Mark with a C? pic.twitter.com/Z9dHY1Pejp
— Ethan Embry (@EmbryEthan) August 9, 2013
- The Huffington Post
While I know most tend to associate actor Zach Galligan with the movie 'Gremlins,' for me growing up I was always a bigger fan of his portrayal of Mark in the 'Waxwork' movies. After all, he got to fight all the classic Universal monsters, go up against the Waxwork proprietor played by the great David Warner and was friends (and potentially more?) with mega-babes Michelle Johnson (China) and Deborah Foreman (Sarah). I've always had a great deal of affection for the first 'Waxwork' because not only is it a perfect blend of horror and comedy, but because it was also an all out monster mash that didn't skimp out on the monsters or the gore. Writer/director Anthony Hickox (who also later helmed 'Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth,' 'Warlock: Armageddon,' and 'Sundown: A Vampire In Retreat') teamed up once more with »
- Rob Galluzzo
Michelle Pfeiffer takes over from Olivia Newton John as the leader of Rydell High's Pink Ladies in the sequel to the 1978 smash musical. As gum-snapping teen queen Stephanie, she gets first dibs on British new boy Maxwell Caulfield, a black-clad biker with a hint of the Travoltas. The original was a hard act to follow but this energetic sequel floats on a raft of ditties from the likes of Tab Hunter and Connie Stevens. »
"What's with today, today?" Monday, April 8, is a big day for Empire Records enthusiasts as it's been deemed the 17th Rex Manning Day. In honor of the 1995 cult classic, here are 10 lines to quote as you're celebrating the "so sexy" occasion!
If you're unfamiliar with Empire Records, the flick takes place within 24 hours (except for the first scene) at a record store that is welcoming washed-up music heartthrob Rex Manning (Maxwell Caulfield). Meanwhile, they're also trying to do everything they can to stop the independent music store from becoming a chain named Music Town.
Now that we're all caught up, check out 10 classic quotes from the film:
1. "We mustn't dwell. No, not today. We can't. Not on Rex Manning day!" -Mark (Ethan Embry)
2. "I went to rock and roll heaven, and I wasn't on the guest list. " -Debra (Robin Tunney)
3. "Well Sinead O'Rebellion. Shock me, shock me, shock me with that deviant behavior." -Gina ([link »
"We mustn't dwell. No, not today. We can't. Not on Rex Manning Day!" Don't know what Rex Manning Day is? Say no more, mon amour. This fictitious celebration is rooted in the 1995 film Empire Records, a movie that dates itself as much by its setting as by its glorious soundtrack. The film follows a group of young record store employees as they go about their work and prepare the store for the arrival of a once-popular pop star Rex Manning, while also tackling their own personal drama. There's a bigger plot involving the store's financial troubles and the staff's determination to keep it open, but for the sake of today's date, we'll focus on Manning (Maxwell Caulfield). He's arrogant, his hair sucks and he's unwilling to fully accept the fact that the best years of his career are in the past. But he still gets a special day at Empire »
What's with today, today? Monday, April 8, is Rex Manning Day, a holiday created to commemorate the film "Empire Records."
The one-crazy-day comedy -- which focuses on a ragtag group of record store employees, the tyranny of chain stores and the power of Gin Blossoms and The Flying Lizards -- was released in October of 1995, making this the 17th Rex Manning Day in recorded history. But we mustn't dwell on numbers like that. No, not today. Not on Rex Manning Day.
To celebrate this year's Rex Manning Day, HuffPost Entertainment has decided to shock you (shock you, shock you) with some deviant behavior: an imagined 2013 version of "Empire Records," featuring some of today's brightest stars. We'll say no more, mon amour, and get to the fake casting:
Aubrey Plaza as »
- The Huffington Post
Modern Family Season 4, Episode 16: “Bad Hair Day”
Written by Elaine Ko
Directed by Gail Mancuso
Airs on Wednesdays at 9pm (Et) on ABC
This week’s episode is packed with guest stars as Claire heads off to a school reunion. With Phil playing on Jay’s bowling team, things work out for the best for Claire as she gets to see her ex-boyfriend (and ex-professor) played by Maxwell Caulfield. Annie Murnolo and David Faustino also guest star as Claire’s old school friends. After being booted off the team Phil turns up and surprises her, this leads to Claire admitting that she wanted to look at the life that might have been. Cue another guest star, Maribeth Monroe of Workaholics as the professor’s wife. Monroe plays pretty much the same character but does it perfectly, so Claire realises she is lucky to have ended up with Phil.
Much like last week, »
- Tara Costello
Last night's episode felt like a return to form after last week's uncharacteristically weak Valentine's Day ep. Claire doesn't want Phil to attend her college reunion because her old flame (a finely-aged Maxwell Caulfield) will be there. This connection goes over Phil's head, and he winds up being jealous of David Faustino instead. Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam borrow Baby Joe for one of Cam's Hollywood Glamour Shots photo sessions. A jealous Lily sabotages things by gluing a wig to Joe's head.
Luke: "Mom, I need you to sign this for school. You don't have to read it. It's all boilerplate." Lily and her smoldering Bette Davis eyes and diva behavior. "Can we take a break? I wanna be alone." Responds Cam: "Where was that attitude when we were doing Greta Garbo?"
"Hello Baby Joe! You might as well be a dead hobo in a small town after a rainstorm, »
9 items from 2013
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