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Isaiah Washington Says Terry Crews is Being Railroaded by Hollywood

  • TMZ
[[tmz:video id="0_ogit8tib"]] Isaiah Washington knows what it's like to be shunned by Hollywood ... and that's why he's going to bat for Terry Crews. We got Isaiah out at Lax Monday and asked him about the backlash his friend, Terry, has gotten after claiming he was sexually assaulted by a powerful Hollywood agent. Russell Simmons even tried silencing him. Isaiah knows firsthand what it's like to get blackballed -- he went from being a star on the hit
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Happy 10th Anniversary, Enchanted! Everything We Know About the Sequel, Disenchanted

Enchanted is celebrating its 10th anniversary today! That's right, the live-action Disney movie starring Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey and James Marsden was released in theaters 10 years ago today on Nov. 21, 2007. After its success at the box office, moviegoers have been wondering whether or not there will ever be a sequel. So in celebration of the movie-musical's 10th anniversary, we're bringing you all the details on the reported sequel to the 2007 film, Disenchanted. Let's take a look at the movie scoop below! In October 2016, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Adam Shankman was in talks to direct the sequel, called Disenchanted.  "Adams is expected to return for the...
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'Grey's Anatomy' Celebrates 300 Episodes With Tributes to Original Cast

'Grey's Anatomy' Celebrates 300 Episodes With Tributes to Original Cast
Grey's Anatomy turns 300!

The ABC medical drama aired their 300th episode on Thursday night, in an hour paying tribute to several iconic moments from its 14 seasons.

An accident at a country fair brings in a variety of patients to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, several of whom look shockingly similar to original characters Cristina (Sandra Oh), George (T.R. Knight) and Izzie (Katherine Heigl) -- and even say "seriously," like the Fab Five did in early seasons.

The original cast is also honored when a new class of interns is shown in the tunnel that the Fab Five previously called home, with “Glasses” even tripping like George did in the pilot when they get a page. The group then runs across the catwalk, as Meredith and Alex tell them to slow down -- which they were told to do in the pilot.

Exclusive: 'Grey's Anatomy' Star Kevin McKidd on the Storyline That Made Sandra Oh 'Jealous'

Meredith is also
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Film Review: ‘Amanda & Jack Go Glamping’

Film Review: ‘Amanda & Jack Go Glamping’
It was London everywoman Bridget Jones, in her most recent screen outing, who skeptically gave us cinema’s definitive verdict on “glamping,” that irksome term for upmarket camping in a fixed, fashionably furnished tent: “Calling him Gladolf Hitler,” she opined, “wouldn’t suddenly make us forget all the unpleasantness.” It’s not a view that is challenged, nor a quip that is remotely improved upon, in “Amanda & Jack Go Glamping,” a thin, sparkless romantic comedy that takes satirical aim at a host of current hipster-culture targets, before concluding that merely identifying them is droll enough.

Headlined somewhat bemusedly by David Arquette and Amy Acker, as a couple seeking to cure their marital doldrums at a rustic Texan retreat for the quinoa brigade, Brandon Dickerson’s scruffy Austin production has a communal, homemade quality of its own — though you’d gladly trade that for a few more laughs, not to mention a couple of extra character layers. Following
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'Grey's Anatomy' Cast Reveal Favorite Moments From 14 Seasons

Grey's Anatomy celebrates its landmark 300th episode Thursday, The Hollywood Reporter visited the cast on the show's Hollywood set to find out their most memorable moments from the Shonda Rhimes medical drama's rich (and often shocking) history.

Ellen Pompeo* (Meredith Grey)

We have an episode coming up about domestic violence, and it manages to have a lightness to it but also touch on the gravity that is domestic abuse.

Justin Chambers* (Alex Karev)

The powerful stuff that's coming up may be my favorite.

Chandra Wilson* (Miranda Bailey)

When McDreamy (Patrick Dempsey) was shot on the hospital's catwalk in season six. That...
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Another Grey's Anatomy Discharge: Charting the ABC Hit's Leading Cause of Series Regular Departure

Another Grey's Anatomy Discharge: Charting the ABC Hit's Leading Cause of Series Regular Departure
Grey's Anatomy lost another one. Two seasons after joining the long-running ABC hit as a quasi-replacement for Patrick Dempsey, Martin Henderson checked out of Grey Sloan Memorial for good, with his character Nathan Riggs running off to Los Angeles (giving us shades of Addison Montgomery) now that he'd been reunited with his long-lost (and presumed dead) love, Megan Hunt. While the departure came as a surprise, perhaps what was most surprising was that Riggs was offered a happy ending as he was written out of the series. As fans of Grey's know all too well, Shonda Rhimes doesn't hand those out all too often. As we say goodbye to Riggs (and Henderson's Kiwi good looks), we're looking back on all...
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‘Stranger Things’: All the Pop Culture References and Homages, Episode by Episode

‘Stranger Things’: All the Pop Culture References and Homages, Episode by Episode
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from Season 2 of “Stranger Things.”]

Matt and Ross Duffer have never hidden their inner cinephiles, and Season 2 of “Stranger Things” brings a slew of new homages to horror, action, and adventure films. On top of those are all the ’80s pop culture references essential when making a series set in that decade. Here’s an episode-by-episode breakdown of all the references and homages in the second season (sans music, which will be included in another post).

Read More:‘Stranger Things’ Spoilers Review: All the Traps, Twists, and Troubles of a Thrilling Season 2 “Chapter One: Madmax” “Mad Max” (1979) – The Australian dystopian film starring Mel Gibson inspired Max’s (Sadie Sink) high-score name. “Terminator” (1984) – The title appears on the Hawkins movie theater marquee. The film would have premiered two days before the events of the season begin, which happens to be October 28, 1984. “Ghostbusters” (1984) – The paranormal comedy would have premiered earlier that summer and inspired the main foursome’s Halloween costumes.
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‘Stranger Things’: All the Pop Culture References and Homages, Episode by Episode

[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from Season 2 of “Stranger Things.”]

Matt and Ross Duffer have never hidden their inner cinephiles, and Season 2 of “Stranger Things” brings a slew of new homages to horror, action, and adventure films. On top of those are all the ’80s pop culture references essential when making a series set in that decade. Here’s an episode-by-episode breakdown of all the references and homages in the second season (sans music, which will be included in another post).

Read More:‘Stranger Things’ Spoilers Review: All the Traps, Twists, and Troubles of a Thrilling Season 2 “Chapter One: Madmax” “Mad Max” (1979) – The Australian dystopian film starring Mel Gibson inspired Max’s (Sadie Sink) high-score name. “Terminator” (1984) – The title appears on the Hawkins movie theater marquee. The film would have premiered two days before the events of the season begin, which happens to be October 28, 1984. “Ghostbusters” (1984) – The paranormal comedy would have premiered earlier that summer and inspired the main foursome’s Halloween costumes.
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'Grey's Anatomy' Parts Ways With Another Leading Man

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's "Danger Zone" episode of Grey's Anatomy.]

Another doctor has left the building on ABC's Grey's Anatomy.

Martin Henderson was written out of the drama during Thursday's episode, following a two-season-plus run as a series regular.

Henderson joined Grey's as a regular in season 12, boarding the Ellen Pompeo-starrer after leading man Patrick Dempsey was shockingly killed off. He played Nathan Riggs, a doctor who had a history with Owen (Kevin McKidd) and who became an eventual love interest to Grey's leading lady Meredith (Pompeo). “I loved...
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Grey's Anatomy Shocker: [Spoiler] Exits

Grey's Anatomy Shocker: [Spoiler] Exits
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy — proceed at your own peril.

Grey’s Anatomy has unexpectedly pulled the plug on Meredith’s first big post-Derek love affair: TVLine has confirmed that Thursday’s episode (read recap here) was the last for Martin Henderson, who’s played Nathan Riggs since Season 12.

RelatedGrey’s Anatomy Season 14: ‘No Plans’ for Sara Ramirez to Return, Per Ep

Though “Danger Zone” moved Riggs, his back-from-the-dead fiancée Megan (Abigail Spencer) and her son Farouk to Malibu and gave them what appeared to be the happiest of endings, he was still texting Mer.
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Jessica And Jerry Seinfeld Host 2nd Annual Good+ Foundation Halloween Bash

Good+ Foundation founder Jessica Seinfeld and Jerry Seinfeld were joined by Los Angeles-area families for a spook-tacular afternoon at the 2nd Annual Halloween Bash at The Culver Studios in Culver City, CA.

Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Seinfeld, Jerry Seinfeld

The family-fun day raised nearly $300,000 to benefit the Foundation’s work to help lift families out of poverty in the Los Angeles area.

An extension of Good+ Foundation’s New York City “Bedtime Bash,” the Halloween Bash featured activity booths and games, carnival artists, a toddler activity area, and delicious treats. All funds raised will go to help Los Angeles families living in poverty.

“The Halloween Bash is always one of our favorite days of the year because it allows families to spend a fun afternoon together while supporting our work to provide for families here in Los Angeles,” Jessica Seinfeld, Founder of Good+ Foundation, said.

Nearly 600 guests, including families the Foundation
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Nolan Gerard Funk Joins ‘Berlin, I Love You’; Natalia Cordova-Buckley Set In ‘Coco’

Nolan Gerard Funk Joins ‘Berlin, I Love You’; Natalia Cordova-Buckley Set In ‘Coco’
Actor Nolan Gerard Funk is set to appear in Berlin, I Love You, the next installment in the Cities of Love anthology film series created by Emmanuel Benbihy. He joins the ensemble cast that includes Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Jim Sturgess, Mickey Rourke, Diego Luna, Orlando Bloom, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Sophie Turner, Jack Huston, Patrick Dempsey and Renee Zellweger. Set in the German capital and featuring short stories of romance, the film is written by Neil La Bute and…
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Jenna Dewan Tatum to star in Berlin, I Love You

Deadline is reporting that Jenna Dewan Tatum has joined the ensemble cast of the anthology film Berlin, I Love You, the latest instalment in the Cities of Love series after Paris, je t’aime (2006), New York, I Love You (2008) and Rio, I Love You (2014).

The film will feature numerous short romance stories, directed by Fernando Eimbcke, Dennis Gansel, Massy Tadjedin, Peter Chelsom, Til Schweiger, Justin Franklin, Dani Levy and Dianna Agron, with Josef Rusnak helming the transition sequence to tie all of the segments together.

Tatum, who is serving as executive producer on the YouTube Red Series Step Up: High Water with her husband and Step Up co-star Channing Tatum, will feature in the film alongside the previously announced Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Jim Sturgess, Mickey Rourke, Diego Luna, Orlando Bloom, Sophie Turner, Jack Huston, Patrick Dempsey and Renee Zellweger.
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How 'Grey's Anatomy' Made "Crazy Amelia" Make Sense Again

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Grey's Anatomy's "Ain't That a Kick in the Head" episode.]

Amelia's erratic behavior on ABC's Grey's Anatomy is now behind her.

During Thursday's episode, Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) underwent surgery for the sizable brain tumor that ultimately played a direct role in some of her most erratic behavior.

As Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) points out, Amelia left a successful practice (and a guy) in California to move to Seattle to be closer to Derek (Patrick Dempsey) — the brother she resented. Amelia left her own wedding to Owen (Kevin McKidd) and quickly returned for the...
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Jenna Dewan Tatum Joins The Cast Of ‘Berlin, I Love You’

Jenna Dewan Tatum Joins The Cast Of ‘Berlin, I Love You’
Jenna Dewan Tatum is set to co-star in the anthology film Berlin, I Love You, the latest feature in the Cities of Love series launched by Emmanuel Benbihy in 2006 with the release of Paris, je t’aime (Paris, I love you), followed by New York, I Love You (2008) and Rio, I Love You (2014). Tatum joins an ensemble cast that includes Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Jim Sturgess, Mickey Rourke, Diego Luna, Orlando Bloom, Sophie Turner, Jack Huston, Jared Leto, Patrick Dempsey
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This Is Proof that Owen and Cristina Were Grey's Anatomy's Best Love Story

When you hear about romance on Grey's Anatomy, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) usually get all the hype. The ups and down of their relationship are timeless, there's no doubt about it, but you could argue there's another love story that might give them a run for their money: Owen

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Beauty vs Beast: Listen to the Lady in the Radiator

Jason from Mnpp here -- this Thursday David Lynch's cult masterpiece Eraserhead is marking its 40th anniversary! 40 years have passed and I still haven't seen anything like it. Even among Lynch's work it still feels singular - you know how there's the blue key in Mulholland Drive that opens the little box? Sometimes I feel like Eraserhead is the blue key. Everything flows through it. It's his beautiful brain's Rosetta Stone, but good luck deciphering it. Anyway let's celebrate the film with this week's round of "Beauty vs Beast" shall we...

Previously You guys gave James Marsden a very happy birthday week, giving his Enchanted performance a whopping 85% against Patrick Dempsey's. That's one of the soundest beatings I think we've ever had. Said PoliVamp:

"Prince Edward all the way. He's so enthusiastically sincere that, even if the sex was terrible, he'd still find someway to make sure you enjoyed it.
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Teddy's Back! A New Love Triangle for Meredith! Watch an Exclusive Grey's Anatomy Sneak Peek

Teddy's Back! A New Love Triangle for Meredith! Watch an Exclusive Grey's Anatomy Sneak Peek
A familiar face is back at Grey Sloane Memorial for season 14 of Grey’s Anatomy – and People has a first look at footage of the fan-favorite’s return.

Teddy Altman (Kim Raver) returns to the ABC drama after leaving the hospital at the end of season 8 in 2012. The former army doctor is back and inserting herself in the perpetual drama among the staff.

At the center of that drama is Riggs (Martin Henderson), who spent last season wooing Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and got her to open up her heart just in time to find out that his friend Owen Hunt’s (Kevin McKidd) sister Megan,
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Kate Walsh And Patrick Dempsey Have Surprise ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Reunion In New Commercial

  • ET Canada
Addison Montgomery and Derek Shepherd together again! Kate Walsh and Patrick Dempsey had a surprise “Grey’s Anatomy” reunion in a new commercial for Cigna, released this week. Neil Patrick Harris of “Doogie Howser, M.D.” and Donald Faison of “Scrubs” also star in the ad, which encourages viewers to visit an actual doctor for an annual check-up. Related: Patrick Dempsey […]
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