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“Raise the dead… and you never know what you raise.” Ahead of its Comic-Con panel this Friday and its return to the small screen the week of Halloween on Wgn America, Salem Season 3 is teased in a new trailer that shows hellish times to come in the town where witchcraft runs rampant.
Press Release: Los Angeles, July 20, 2016 – In advance of the “Salem” panel event at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 on Friday, July 22, Wgn America released the season three full-length trailer for the network’s hit supernatural thriller, set to premiere Halloween week. The gripping trailer reveals “Everything in Salem has gone to Hell!”
Continuing its bloody, sexy and fantastical reimagining of Colonial America, the cast and producers will unleash an extended sneak peek at the upcoming season during San Diego Comic-Con. Series stars Shane West, Janet Montgomery, Seth Gabel, Iddo Goldberg and Elise Eberle along with executive producers Brannon Braga and »
- Derek Anderson
How many times have you come out of a theater after seeing a great movie and said,”oh I want to see that again!?” We all have our favorites that we return to time and time again. Friday night always seems the perfect time too. You’re relaxing after a week of school, activities and work and you unwind with a comfortable favorite film.
Wamg has our own personal favs. You’ll find blockbusters on our list…just because it invokes the fun memories of seeing it for the first time in the theater…with friends/family…then non-stop gabbing about wanting to see it again.
Looking for the perfect movie for a Friday Night? Check out our list below!
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- Movie Geeks
Since any New York cinephile has a nearly suffocating wealth of theatrical options, we figured it’d be best to compile some of the more worthwhile repertory showings into one handy list. Displayed below are a few of the city’s most reliable theaters and links to screenings of their weekend offerings — films you’re not likely to see in a theater again anytime soon, and many of which are, also, on 35mm. If you have a chance to attend any of these, we’re of the mind that it’s time extremely well-spent.
The Brian De Palma retrospective has its best weekend yet: Carlito’s Way and Raising Cain on Friday; Body Double and Femme Fatale on Saturday; and, this Sunday, Mission: Impossible, Snake Eyes, and the underseen, Paul Schrader-penned Obsession.
A program of Chuck Jones shorts plays on Saturday; Party Husband screens this Sunday.
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- Nick Newman
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The TripTank TV series features the voices of Margaret Cho, Andrew Dice Clay, Kevin Dillon, Melanie Griffith, Jon Hamm, David Hasselhoff, Cheryl Hines, Kristen Johnston, Tom Lennon, Niecy Nash, Ne-Yo, and Paul Reiser.
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The appeal of a guest role is obvious as an actor can often make the maximum impact in minimum screen time. That’s why previous winners love to drop in on other shows, such as Hank Azaria showing up on “Ray Donovan,” Michael J. Fox popping over to “The Good Wife” and Brad Garrett showing his dramatic range on “Law & Order: Svu.”
Last year, Reg E. Cathey took home the prize for his work on “House of Cards” after two nominations. He’s likely to receive another nomination for the role of Freddy, though his co-star Colm Feore could also figure into the mix.
There are certain shows that tend to do well time and again in the guest category. One is “The Good Wife,” which has a plethora of potential nominees, from the aforementioned Fox to Denis O’Hare and Blair Underwood, both involved in a powerful gun control episode. »
- Jenelle Riley
When Jeffrey Tambor won the Emmy Award last year for his groundbreaking portrayal of transgender Maura Pfefferman on “Transparent,” he acknowledged backstage that though his show is a comedy, it deals with very serious issues. “Lives are at stake,” he said. “This (award) is bigger than me.”
Tambor could well repeat his win this year, though he faces strong competition, often from other actors who combined pathos with their comedy. Previous nominees Anthony Anderson, William H. Macy and Will Forte all manage to find laughter while tackling such topics like racism (“Black-ish”), alcoholism (“Shameless”) and the extinction of the human race (“The Last Man on Earth”). Freshman series “Master of None,” “Difficult People” and “Baskets” gave leading men Aziz Ansari, Billy Eichner and Zach Galifianakis, respectively, the chance to show a more serious side.
- Variety Staff
Naomi Judd wants nothing to do with reality TV stars like Ray J and Brandi Glanville, which is why she tried to quit "My Kitchen Rules" -- the cooking competition she's shooting with them. Naomi went on the attack on Facebook claiming producers misled her about who her competition would be on the show. The other contestants include Andrew Dice Clay and his wife, Glanville and LeAnn Rimes' ex Dean Sheremet, Ray J and Brandi, »
- TMZ Staff
Fox has ordered the My Kitchen Rules TV show, with judges Chef Curtis Stone and restauranteur Cat Cora. An unscripted celebrity cooking challenge, the first season of My Kitchen Rules features Lance Bass, Brandy Norwood, Ray J, Andrew Dice Clay, Naomi Judd, and Brandi Glanville.
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Maybe they’re hoping to serve their former spouses their just desserts. Brandi Glanville and Dean Sheremet — the exes of Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes, respectively — have paired up for My Kitchen Rules,Fox‘s just-ordered import of the hit Australian series in which celebrity duos compete to see which team is better at, er, stirring the pot.
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We know Andrew Dice Clay can’t tell a joke — but can he also not cook? Fox has ordered eight episodes of “My Kitchen Rules,” a reality competition that pits celebrity duos against each other in their own homes. The series is a big hit in Australia, where its been the No. 1 entertainment show for five straight years. Over the last two seasons, the Aussie version’s finales have ranked as the highest-rated entertainment events. Also Read: TV Upfront Ad Sales: Have Good Times Returned for Network TV? Here’s how it plays out: The teams take turns hosting dinner »
- Tony Maglio
Fox has given a series order to “My Kitchen Rules,” a new celebrity cooking competition show. The eight-episode series will pit celebrity duos against each other as they take turns hosting dinner parties where their food will be tasted by judges and former competitors.
Curtis Stone (“Top Chef Masters”) and Cat Cora (“Iron Chef America”) will serve as judges. Celebrity contestants will include Lance Bass, R&B recording artists Brandy and Ray J, comedian Andrew Dice Clay, country musician Naomi Judd and reality TV star Brandi Glanville. The series will feature escalating rounds of competition, in which the celebrity duo with the lowest score at the end of each round will be eliminated. The last two teams left standing will compete in a final round of competition.
No premiere date has been set for the show.
“My Kitchen rules” has been the top-rated entertainment show in Australia for five consecutive years. »
- Daniel Holloway
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian are facing a kitchen nightmare ... their respective exes, Dean Sheremet and Brandi Glanville, are teaming up for a reality show cooking competition. The show's called "My Kitchen Rules" and is based on a popular Australian show. We're told the concept involves teams of 2 squaring off by throwing dinner events. Lance Bass, Andrew Dice Clay, Naomi Judd, Ray J and Brandy are some of the names also attached to the project. »
- TMZ Staff
Emanating from their studio in Cincinnati, Ohio, The History of Bad Ideas sees hosts Jason, Jeff and Blake talk about all things geeky on their podcast. Whether it’s rumours of the latest comic book movies, debating who really is the worst villain of all time, discussing the latest comic issues or just wondering about life in general, you are sure to have a fun time with them! In theory.
If you haven’t listened to the show before (why not?) you can check out previous episodes of The History of Bad Ideas podcast on iTunes and look out for new episodes here on Nerdly each and every week…
Episode 120: Take a Tauntaun!
The Hobi Gang welcomes musician to the podcast, Dr. Bednar into the studio! The guys talk the controversy over Boaty McBoatface and if Worsley the explorer is worthy of a boat title, the much better episode »
- Phil Wheat
The Showtime comedy "Dice" is a bit of an odd nut, satirizing the persona of Andrew Dice Clay while also maybe celebrating it. However you interpret it, the concept of identity is central to the series, which makes Episode 2, "Ego," intriguing. Arguably the standout installment of the first season, "Ego" stars Academy Award-winner Adrien Brody as "Academy Award-winner Adrien Brody," who wants to study Dice's hyper-masculinity to prepare for a play he's working on. By the end of the episode, Brody has completely transformed into Dice, which is not something you'd ever think you ever wanted to see... except that it's actually pretty compelling. Read More: Get To Know Andrew Dice Clay Before You Get To Know 'Dice' And it's due largely to Brody's commitment to the role. He does, in fact, fully transform himself for the episode, something he was happy to do. Via phone, Brody »
- Liz Shannon Miller
On this past weekend's episode of Dice – the shock comic's meta-sitcom, which is available now along with the rest of the series' episodes via Showtime's on-demand portals – the Oscar-winning method actor played a fictionalized version of himself who was studying Clay for a theatrical role and getting a little carried away in the process. »
In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for Showtime. Last year, the premium network scored major bids for comedies "Episodes," "House of Lies," "Nurse Jackie," and "Shameless" (including winner Joan Cusack) plus dramas "Homeland" and "Ray Donovan." Of those half dozen series, "Episodes" will not be eligible till next year while "Nurse Jackie" concluded its run in 2015. Below, the list of Showtime submissions across the comedy and drama categories for 2016. (Please note: Performers not included below may well be submitted by their personal reps.) Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Emmy Predictions -Break- Comedy "Dice" Comedy Actor - Andrew Dice Clay Comedy Supporting Actor - Kevin Corrigan Comedy Supporting Actress - Natasha Leggero Comedy Guest Actor - A »
It takes approximately two minutes of speaking to Andrew Dice Clay before he starts a routine. "I was just in New York," he says in the same stentorian, street-tough voice that narrated his filthiest nursery rhymes at a sold-out Madison Square Garden in 1990. "It was so cold. I hate fuckin' bundling up, like. You know how you got to do it – the fuckin' scarf with the hat and the bullshit. But, you know, I love New York. I'm a Brooklyn boy."
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It's been a long time since the hey-day of comic Andrew Dice Clay and now, he's starring in his own comedy series on Showtime. Will this TV series be able to draw big crowds as Clay once did as a comedian? Cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.
A semi-autobiographical sitcom, Dice revolves around comedian Andrew Dice Clay as he tries to make a comeback. Helping him along the way are his live-in girlfriend, Carmen (Natasha Leggero), and his less-than-bright buddy, “Milkshake” (Kevin Corrigan).
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When Showtime offered me the opportunity to sit down with Andrew Dice Clay, the Dice man himself, it was long before most people had heard of "Dice," his new comedy about — you guessed it — Andrew Dice Clay. It was before the trailer was released. It was before we got a peek at the poster. Heck, it was even before the series' panel discussion was held at the Winter TCAs, the same event that put me in the room with Mr. Clay in the first place. Needless to say, it's a rare thing to go into an interview completely blind — sans screeners, photos, clips or anything — but when you get the chance to talk to the star of a new Showtime series, who is also one of the most popular stand-up comedians of all time, you do what you gotta do. Of course, the extra twist was that I didn't really »
- Ben Travers
With 'Dice', Andrew Dice Clay looks to reflect on his personal life following the crest of his stand-up career and what the difference between his on-stage persona and the loving boyfriend at home. And like Louis C.K.'s view of New York, his view of Las Vegas offers a key notion of what his opinion of himself is these days.
- Chris Cabin
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