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Macaulay Culkin and Girlfriend Brenda Song Dine with Paris Jackson in French Capital

Macaulay Culkin and Girlfriend Brenda Song Dine with Paris Jackson in French Capital
Macaulay Culkin met up with his goddaughter, Paris Jackson, for dinner in the City of Lights this weekend.

The Home Alone star, 37, and Jackson, 19, were joined by the actor’s new girlfriend, Brenda Song for a cozy meal in Paris, France.

Culkin dressed sharply for the occasion, wearing a dark suit and olive button down, and looked fuller than he has in the past.

The actor and Song, 29, have been in the city since Thanksgiving, and were recently seen together at the end of a shopping spree at the Monoprix retail store. Culkin did the heavy lifting carrying several shopping bags,
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Macaulay Culkin and Actress Brenda Song Go on Romantic Paris Shopping Spree Over Thanksgiving

Macaulay Culkin and Actress Brenda Song Go on Romantic Paris Shopping Spree Over Thanksgiving
Macaulay Culkin was far from home alone on Thanksgiving.

The former child star was spotted enjoying the holiday alongside his girlfriend, actress Brenda Song, in Paris, France last week.

The duo were seen at the end of a shopping spree at the Monoprix retail store. Culkin did the heavy lifting carrying several shopping bags, while Song cradled a giant stuffed teddy bear.

Culkin, 37, and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody alum, 29, were last seen out together at Knott’s Berry Farm’s Knott’s Scary Farm celebrity night back in October.

Related: Macaulay Culkin Steps Out in L.A.
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Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Spend a Spooky Night Out Together at Halloween-Themed Amusement Park

Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Spend a Spooky Night Out Together at Halloween-Themed Amusement Park
Macaulay Culkin and actress Brenda Song got into the Halloween spirit a little early last Friday, joining the throngs of stars at Knott’s Berry Farm’s Knott’s Scary Farm celebrity night, according to Entertainment Tonight.

Culkin, 37, and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody alum, 29, were spotted taking in the amusement park’s rides with Seth Green and his wife, Et reported. A source told the outlet, “Parkgoers said they were very cute with each other holding hands and very affectionate. Looked like they were having a great time.”

Added the insider of the double date nature of the get-together,
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Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Grab Dinner Together in Los Angeles

Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are getting to know each other off-screen.

The duo, who are both starring in Seth Green‘s upcoming directorial debut Changeland, were spotted at dinner together over the weekend at Craig’s in Los Angeles.

The Social Network actress, 29, wore black shorts and a matching top, paired with heels and an oversized gray cardigan. Culkin, 36, dressed down in black jeans and a denim button-up shirt.

Changeland marks Culkin’s first big screen role in a decade. The film stars Green as a hesitant character undergoing a personal crisis as he meets up in Thailand with his self-assured best friend,
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Frank The Bastard Review

Frank The Bastard? Try again. Maybe a more apt title would be Frank The Underwhelming? Frank The Undercooked? Frank The Utterly Lifeless Cinematic Endeavor?

The actual title of Brad Coley’s weightless drifter story suggests a rural nightmare akin to something more sinister. I’m not saying such a title suggests Jeepers Creepers material, but as far as bastards go, Frank is no Yellow Bastard (Sin City). Hell – he’s not even Fat Bastard from Austin Powers. Frank is a fraudulent foe in the face of Coley’s familial fiasco (holy eff), and the whole thing comes together like a mysterious fable told by your absent-minded granny. This one’s more like a bedtime story, lulling viewers to sleep with a particularly uninteresting “mystery.”

It all starts when a divorced city girl named Clair (Rachel Miner) heads home to Edgeport, Maine, determined to uncover the truth about her mother’s unfortunate death.
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Film Review: ‘Frank the Bastard’

Film Review: ‘Frank the Bastard’
Like sands through the hourglass, the soap-operatic thriller “Frank the Bastard” drizzles out tiny tidbits of expository information scene-by scene throughout its nearly two hour running time, and when it’s done, one is left with little more than an awareness that a unit of time has elapsed. A Nor’easter Gothic with a strong sense for its coastal Maine setting, but little understanding of how to draw the viewer into a convoluted mystery involving broadly drawn motivations and thinly sketched characters, Brad Coley’s slow-paced, overstuffed genre piece offers a decent cast, but should nonetheless struggle to do much business beyond VOD.

We’re first introduced to 33-year-old New Yorker Clair (Rachel Miner) as she suffers a debilitating panic attack just as she’s finalizing her divorce. Later that night, Clair turns to her free-spirited best friend Isolda (Shamika Cotton) for consolation, and she rather improbably suggests that the
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Watch: Dark Family Secrets Emerge in Exclusive 'Frank the Bastard' Clip

Watch: Dark Family Secrets Emerge in Exclusive 'Frank the Bastard' Clip
Read More: IFC Midnight Acquires Tribeca Fest Thriller 'Replicas' Starring Selma BlairBrad Coley's ("The Undeserved") second feature film tells a multigenerational saga through the eyes of Clair, (Rachel Miner) a 33-year-old New Yorker who decides to return to her childhood home in New England for the first time since fleeing after the mysterious death of her mother. As she reencounters locals and her family's murky history, Clair realizes that secrecy pervades her small town, mostly through Cyrus Gast (William Sadler), a local bigwig whose revitalization plans for the town are not what they seem to be.  Watch in the clip above as Clair confronts Cryus' son, Frank Byron (Andy Comeau,) and finds that she has more in common with him than she thought.  The thriller co-stars Rachel Miner ("Supernatural"), William Sadler ("The Shawshank Redemption"), Chris Sarandon ("The Nightmare Before Christmas") and Andy Comeau...
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Gkids picks up ‘Phantom Boy’

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The animation specialist has picked up North American rights to A Cat In Paris directors’ Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnol’s latest work.

Phantom Boy will premiere on Friday at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Gkids plans a spring 2016 theatrical release.

The story follows a boy with a special ability and an injured police officer who team up to thwart a villain’s plans to plunge the city into chaos.

Daniela Elstner of Doc & Film International, Annemie Degryse of Lumière Publishing and Eric Beckman of Gkids brokered the deal.

Jacques-Remy Girerd and Annemie Degryse produced the Folimage, Lunanime, France 3 Cinéma and Rhône-Alpes Cinéma co-production.

Gkids distributed Oscar-nominated A Cat In Paris.

In other news, Paladin has acquired Us rights to Brad Coley’s northern Gothic Frank The Bastard starring Rachel Miner and plans a limited July 24 release ahead of expansion. FilmBuff handles worldwide digital rights and will start the roll-out this summer.
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Network: Showtime

Episodes: 84 (half-hour)

Seasons: Seven

TV show dates: August 13, 2007 -- June 29, 2014

Series status: Ended

Performers include: David Duchovny, Natascha McElhone, Madeleine Martin, Madeline Zima, Evan Handler, Pamela Adlon, Callum Keith Rennie, Rachel Miner, Carla Gallo, and Paula Marshall.

TV show description:

Writer Hank Moody (David Duchovny) was living the life of novels. His happily-ever-after included having authored a successful book, and spending the rest of his life with his lovely girlfriend, Karen (Natascha McElhone), and their daughter, Becca (Madeleine Martin). But stories don't always go as expected and Hank is struggling with the changes in his life.

Ex-girlfriend Karen is now marrying the rich and stable Bill (Damian Young). After Hank's novel was turned into a terrible film, the words that used to come
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Macaulay Culkin: 9 Crazy Facts About the 'Home Alone' Star

Arguably the most successful child actor since Shirley Temple, Macaulay Culkin is back in the spotlight. The actor and artist has been performing in an avant-garde cover band "The Pizza Underground" since the beginning of 2014, however, recently, audience response hasn't been that great for Culkin and co.

The band -- which takes classic rock songs and turns them into pizza-themed anthems -- played a few shows stateside before taking their talents to the U.K. At the Dot to Dot Festival Sunday in Nottingham, England, the comedy cover band was met with heavy boos and even had beer thrown at them. After dodging pints and playing three songs, "The Pizza Underground" opted to (understandably) end their set and exit the stage.

Even more than 20 years after "Home Alone," the actor's never failed to pique our interest. From his cheesy cover band to his relationships, here are 9 things you probably never knew about Macaulay Culkin.
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Macaulay Culkin: a life in music

The former child actor's pizza-themed Velvet Underground tribute band is just the latest in his long line of musical endeavours. Here's a rundown of the finest moments

Macaulay Culkin forms pizza-themed Velvet Underground tribute band

There's an old adage that "all actors secretly want to be rock stars, and all rock stars wish they could act". I say "an old adage", what I actually mean is I heard it once and wanted to reference it but couldn't find the quote. This is presumably how all aphorisms are born.

Regardless, examples of the transition are numerous: Russell Crowe has his band 30 Odd Foot of Grunts, for which you can create your own rhyming slang joke; Joe Pesci once recorded a rap track, which is every bit what you're imagining it's like; and Billy Bob Thornton has released at least four LPs specifically targeted at a demographic of vest and tobacco-spitting enthusiasts.
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Macaulay Culkin Steps Out with Jordan Lane Price (a Mila Kunis Look-Alike!)

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Macaulay Culkin Steps Out with Jordan Lane Price (a Mila Kunis Look-Alike!)
When it comes to romantic getaways, it's hard to beat the City of Light. And it looks like Macaulay Culkin has found a Paris match with Jordan Lane Price. The actors spent Thanksgiving at the Center Pompidou in Paris, looking at the museum's modern art collection and dining at Chez Georges, a restaurant boasting panoramic views from the building's top floor. Culkin, 33, was spotted kissing his new love interest and dancing with her in the street. On Nov. 22, the former child star was also spied affectionately greeting the All My Children actress at the French capital's Orly airport - welcoming
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‘Sons of Anarchy: Season Five’ DVD Review

Stars: Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Mark Boone Junior, Kim Coates, Ron Perlman, Tommy Flanagan, Ryan Hurst | Created by Kurt Sutter

[Editors Note: With the DVD of Sons of Anarchy: Season Five set for a UK DVD and Blu-ray release next week (on November 25th to be precise), Nerdly reviewer and Soa super-fan Nathan takes a look at the DVD boxset - breaking down the cult show's fifth season episode by episode]

5×01 – Sovereign

When Sons of Anarchy ended last season, I was a little disappointed. It’s not that I hated it; I was just left with the feeling of longing for more. All throughout the season, we’ve seen our men in Samcro crushed by seemingly impossible odds, without any chance for escape. If there’s one thing that Kurt Sutter and company do best, it’s dropping the men into a hole and watching them try and escape. And the best part of this is the more they try to escape, the worse their situation gets. That’s why it was a bit of a disappointment when at the end of the season, they seemingly pulled the plug and left things out to dry. I mean, Clay Morrow was built
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The HeyUGuys Instant Watching Guide – November 18th 2013

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Slim Pickens was an actor known for One Eyed Jacks, Blazing Saddles and of course Dr Strangelove. What you get this week is not Pickens the actor iconically riding the bomb down to the ground in the Stanley Kubrick classic or any kind of online retrospective of his work, but slim pickings in terms of new streaming choices. So it’s Netflix’s time to shine….

Netflix has added more or less all of the low-key interesting independent films from last year with real gems like Safety Not Guaranteed and Maniac and even the lesser likes of Excision and Some Guy Who Kills People. It’s entirely possible that Lovefilm/Amazon is behind closed doors after last week’s Marvel/Netflix news, plotting something with DC comics but we will see…

Safety Not Guaranteed (2012)

One of the most charming and inventive indie films of last year was this time travel
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Giveaway - Win In Their Skin on DVD

The home invasion thriller In Their Skin is set to arrive on DVD here in the UK this coming Monday, May 27th, and to celebrate the release we have two copies of the film to give away to our readers courtesy of Koch Media.

Read on for a synopsis and details of how to enter the competition...

After the death of their daughter, the Hughes family decide to move to their isolated cottage to try and rebuild their life together. They soon find their patience quickly tested by the overly friendly advances of their neighbours - a family that bear a striking resemblance to themselves. Starring Selma Blair (Cruel Intentions, Hellboy), Joshua Close (The Exorcism of Emily Rose, The Pacific), Rachel Miner (Californication, Supernatural) and James D'Arcy (Cloud Atlas, Hitchcock), In Their Skin will shred your nerves, haunt your mind and definitely make you think twice about inviting people to dinner ever again…
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Supernatural, Ep 8.17: “Goodbye Stranger” brings the main arcs of the season back into focus with a gripping episode

Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Rachel Miner

Supernatural, Season 8, Episode 17: “Goodbye Stranger”

Written by Robbie Thompson

Directed by Thomas J. Wright

Airs Wednesdays at 9pm (Et) on CW

Since Kevin managed to finally decipher his half of the demon tablet, along with several other factors, the existence of an angel tablet, as revealed by Samandriel to Crowley, has remained a backburner piece of information, especially since the Winchesters continue to remain unaware of its existence. Its importance, however, has not been diminished as a result, and it was inconceivable to imagine that Crowley was not searching for it with fervour, especially since he has lost possession of both Kevin and the demon tablet. The presence of, and search for, the angel tablet thus roared back to the front of the line in this week’s episode, in a solid episode that brought back many key recurring players, and
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Photos and Preview Videos from Supernatural Episode 8.17

After a short break, Supernatural is back with a new episode tonight. If you’re looking for a sneak peek before the episode airs, we have a photo gallery and videos from “Goodbye Stranger.”

Supernatural Episode 8.17: Goodbye Stranger– “Castiel reappears in Sam and Dean’s life and tells them Crowley (guest star Mark Sheppard) has unleashed several demons into a small town. The demons are looking for Lucifer’s Crypt, which holds a valuable asset, but Castiel lies to Sam and Dean about what it is. While interrogating a demon, the three discover Crowley has been torturing Meg (guest star Rachel Miner), who knows the exact location of the crypt. Sam and Meg fight to hold Crowley off while Dean and Castiel go in search of the crypt. Thomas J. Wright directed the episode written by Robbie Thompson.”

For those that missed the recent news, The CW officially renewed Supernatural for a 9th season.
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'Supernatural': Misha Collins teases the return of Castiel in tonight's episode

'Supernatural': Misha Collins teases the return of Castiel in tonight's episode
Supernatural fans, your favorite angel is back. In tonight’s episode of the CW show, Castiel makes another triumphant return, and returning along with him of course is actor Misha Collins.

Beware: Minor Spoilers Ahead!

In tonight’s episode, called “Goodbye Stranger,” Sam and Dean team up with Castiel and Meg (yes, she’s back too!) in the next phase of their quest to keep the all-important angel tablet out of enemy hands, namely Crowley (yep, him too!) and his demons.

Collins took some time to chat with EW about what fans can expect from the episode that EW’s
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DVD Review: ‘In Their Skin’ Rips Off Michael Haneke, Tacks on Sentimental Finale

Chicago – I may never know how “In Their Skin” came into being, but I have a pretty good theory. Screenwriter/star Josh Close was so appalled by the unapologetic bleakness of Michael Haneke’s “Funny Games” that he took it upon himself to make the exact same movie, more or less, but with a much happier ending. It’s a noble effort but every bit as pointless as Rod Lurie’s proudly non-misogynistic remake of “Straw Dogs.”

Perhaps Close was so offended by the killers’ blasé approach to offing a rich family in Haneke’s film that he wanted to illustrate how white upper class folk are every bit as prone to suffering as the rest of us. “We’re not perfect!” shouts Close at his captor, a ruthless madman hell-bent on stealing his identity. Instead of finding their home invaded by two creepy male sociopaths, the innocent trio of
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'Why We Should Not Trust Cas'

'Why We Should Not Trust Cas'
Misha Collins returns to "Supernatural" in this week's episode, "Goodbye Stranger" (9 p.m. Et on The CW), and from the outset, the actor promises, we'll "see why we should not trust Cas."

HuffPost TV talked to the newly promoted series regular about Castiel's "strained" relationship with Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki), the role Crowley (Mark Sheppard) will play in the episode and more. Warning: Light spoilers ahead.

What has Castiel been up to since we last saw him?

Well, Naomi [Amanda Tapping] has been continuing to program Cas as something of a "Manchurian Candidate" and that programming process has been quite thorough, and fairly successful, as well. So we begin the episode with the Frankenstein Cas complete and ready for action.

Sam and Dean clearly don't trust him at this point. How does Cas react to that? Does he trust himself, or does he have some awareness that he's being manipulated by Naomi?
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