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Lee Tergesen, Reno Wilson, Laura-Leigh, Margaret Cho and Michael Blackson headline the star-studded, hilarious spoof Tooken, seeking revenge on Digital HD and Video on Demand May 26. A satire based on the popular thriller Taken and its many sequels, the outrageous comedy will also steal some laughs on DVD July 7 from Cinedigm. We have the hilarious trailer and poster for you to check out!
In this spoof film on the Taken action-film franchise, Bryan Mills (Lee Tergesen) is an ex-cia agent now working as a mall security guard. He keeps finding his things are being taken from him-his wife, his dog...his daughter's virginity. With the help of his ex-cia elderly mother, Bryan battles his nemesis BrownFinger (Margaret Cho) to free his family and a pound of dogs in danger of exploding.
Well, I guess it was only a matter of time…
When all you know is to take back what has been taken from you, when does the taking end? Brian Millers is an ex-cia agent who has used his particular set of skills to save his family again and again, but when they return to normal suburban life, old habits die hard. Now his family can’t stand him! But when some evil Albanians take the last thing he loves, his dog, there is hell to pay.
Tooken is set for release digitally on may 26th and on DVD on July 7th, with a cast that includes Lee Tergesen, Margaret Cho, Reno Wilson, Lauren Stamile, Jenny McCarthy, Donnie Wahlberg, Ethan Suplee, »
- Gary Collinson
Jenny McCarthy, who co-hosted “The View” from September 2013 to August 2014, thinks the daytime talk show may only last another year. In an appearance on “The Howard Stern Show” with husband Donnie Wahlberg, Stern asked McCarthy if she would ever consider returning to the show. McCarthy laughed and said, “I think they might try one more year and then I think the Titanic might go down.” McCarthy also said that a producer of the show tried to get her to come back after the ratings started to drop. “One of the producers called and said would I ever consider it, and I. »
- Joe Otterson
The View might want Jenny McCarthy back, but Jenny doesn't want The View! She and her husband Donnie Wahlberg stopped by the Howard Stern Show and the couple revealed that after she was booted off the show a producer gave her a call to gauge her interest in returning to the talk show. But while Jenny remained relatively quiet about the situation her husband was more than happy to dish the facts. "She's very gracious about The View, and I will say, I told her the day she left, 'They're gonna ask you back within six months,'" the Wahlburgers star told Howard Stern. "And she won't say it, but they did. Not officially, but they did." His wife then elaborated, saying, »
Her heart will go on — but The View might not. Jenny McCarthy and her husband, Donnie Wahlberg, stopped by Howard Stern's SiriusXM show on Monday, March 30, and dished about the comedienne's short-lived gig on Barbara Walters' long-running ABC show, which is down a host — again — following Rosie O'Donnell's recent departure. "They might try one more year and then I think the Titanic might go down," McCarthy, 42, quipped of The View, which has had a revolving door of panelists in its 18 seasons [...] »
James Wan: love him or hate him, he knows how to make an audience tick.
After navigating his way to the rare status of financially lucrative horror director, Wan landed the gig of helming the utterly mad-looking Fast & Furious 7, with series regular Justin Lin moving onto other things. As it gears up for an imminent release, this seems like a good opportunity to rank Aussie director’s films in order of quality so far. Wasting no time…
6. Death Sentence, 2007
A little-seen revenge picture starring Kevin Bacon as a family man who goes all one man army on a group of thugs who murdered his son, Death Sentence is an interesting but flawed piece. An enjoyably nasty performance from Garrett Hedlund and a terrific single-take foot chase stand out, and the frolicsome approach to the direction gives the impression Wan was »
- Edward Gardiner
On the heels of the premiere of the first footage from Mad Max: Fury Road at the SXSW Film Festival the film has now scored a hard-r rating from the MPAA for "intense sequences of violence throughout, and for disturbing images." That should make fans of the franchise happy as we are now just under two months away from the film's May 15 release. Also in today's bulletin in Fox Searchlight's Sundance acquisition and Oscar hopeful Brooklyn, David Gordon Green's Manglehorn starring Al Pacino, the new Melissa McCarthy comedy Spy (read Mike's review from SXSW right here) and a re-rate of Johnny Depp's Mortdecai, most likely for home video release. You'll also notice an R-rating for a movie called Tooken, which is, as you probably guessed, a Taken parody starring the likes of Donnie Wahlberg, Lukas Haas and Jenny McCarthy. Check out the complete bulletin below. The 100-Year Old »
- Brad Brevet
How did Jenny McCarthy handle blending her and Donnie Wahlberg's families when they got married? "Integration is not easy for any family, so it took baby steps in some areas," McCarthy, who has son Evan, told E! News exclusively of her and her hubby, who also has two sons, Elijah and Xavier. The 42-year-old added, "We talked about this last night, we said, 'It's funny how we can see how each child is a blessing for each other.' Like Evan is so influenced by Elijah, Donnie's son who's his similar age. And how Elijah means to me in my life that I didn't necessarily get from anybody before. So if everyone can just realize that integration is for a reason and you look at it like »
Will Estes emanates such an all-American appeal that he’s been getting cast as the sweet boy next door since he was a kid. He was Will in The New Lassie and Jj on American Dreams. For the past five seasons he’s been Jamie Reagan, the youngest son in a family of cops on CBS’ Blue Bloods. His character walks a beat, though his dad and grandfather (Tom Selleck and Len Cariou) worked their way through the ranks to the top spot. One older brother was killed on the job, another (Donnie Wahlberg) is a detective, and his sister (Bridget Moynahan) … Continue reading →
- Jacqueline Cutler
Leslie Hope has been added to the cast of CBS’s “Blue Bloods,” TheWrap has learned. The actress will recur on the Tom Selleck-helmed police drama as a “no-holds barred” investigative reporter named Catherine Farrell. Hope is also set to reprise her role on FX’s “Tyrant,” where she plays Lea Exley. See Photos: The Faces of Pilot Season 2015 Currently on Season 5, “Blue Bloods” stars Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Amy Carlson, Tony Terraciano and Andrew Terraciano as a family of New York City police officers. The Emmy-nominated series was created by Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green. »
- Jethro Nededog and Travis Reilly
On the season finale of the New Kids on the Block’s reality series Rock This Boat, which follows the band during their time on a NKotB-themed cruise, Donnie Wahlberg finds two super fans and challenges them to a high-stakes game of high seas plundering.
It all began when Donnie saw the door decorations of two huge NKotB fans, and stopped in to their cabin to say hello.
"If Donnie Wahlberg knocks on your door and tells you that you did a great job, than you must have done something right," said one of the two fans, overjoyed that the singer picked their room to visit.
Inside their cabin, the two girls had turned the room into a NKotB shrine, complete with a life-size cardboard cutout that they had stolen from another part of the boat.
Instead of telling them to give it back »
Jonathan Knight of the '80s super group New Kids on the Block was always able to "blend in" when he was on stage with his four band mates, but now he's stepping into the spotlight as he competes with his partner Harley Rodriguez on this season of The Amazing Race.
Despite all of his years in the public eye, Jonathan has always suffered from anxiety behind closed doors, but he tells ETonline that appearing on CBS' hit reality competition, has helped him overcome his nerves.
"I am a very shy, reserved person, very anxious person. So I will say it gave me a lot of confidence," Jonathan reveals to ETonline of his Race experience.
Flashback: The New Kids on the Block in 1989
"I think a lot of fans were surprised that I did the Race. It was totally outside the box and outside the normal of what I would do. But a big part »
What if one of your favorite stars was a guest at your wedding? Even better, what if they officiated the big day?!
New Kids on the Block member Donnie Wahlberg makes that dream a reality for one lucky bride on this week’s episode of Rock This Boat, the reality show that follows the New Kids as they take to the sea with hundreds of fans on a four-day cruise.
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Bride Dannyelle planned to get married on the cruise in the hopes that she might persuade her favorite singers to attend her nuptials. She is led to believe that the ship’s captain will be performing the ceremony, but her husband-to-be is in on the big surprise.
"This just gets better and better," Dannyelle’s groom gushesin ETonline’s exclusive sneak peek. "First, Donnie’s going to marry us. And now, he »
Cindy Crawford stuns in her non-retouched Marie Claire spread. [Cosmopolitan]
Cindy Crawford’s April spread in Marie Claire features 100% non-retouched photos. Take a bow Ms. C. pic.twitter.com/ttQz2BcRfg
— Charlene White (@CharleneWhite) February 13, 2015
Dakota Johnson hilariously turned the tables on David Letterman, reminding him of the time her mom, Melanie Griffith, brought him handcuffs. [Elle] Alex Rodriguez wrote a handwritten apology letter to his fans. [NY Post] Sources say Maya Rudolph got a letter of praise from Beyoncé after her amazing SNL 40 impression. [Naughty Gossip] Disabled models inspire us by rocking the runway in wheelchairs during Nyfw. [Us Weekly] Did George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin install a panic room in their home? [Us Weekly] HBO renews John Oliver‘s show Last Week Tonight through 2017. [Variety] Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy have been inseparable since they got married, »
- Taylor Ferber
If you don't already know, Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are madly in love. Whether she's praising her man's "most beautiful" penis or he's getting grabby with his blond beauty, the pair has always been open and honest about their affection for one another. So it should come as no surprise that the couple admitted to having a really hard time being away from each other. Like, really hard. "We're actually hurting inside because we're going to be away from each other for seven hours," Jenny revealed to E! News while hosting "Singled Out…Again" from the Gansevoort Park Hotel. "It's true." Donnie Wahlberg, who also hosted »
European mini-major Studiocanal has acquired UK theatrical rights from Highland Film Group to young Emirati director Ali F. Mostafa’s groundbreaking “From A to B,” the pan-Arab road movie that opened the Abu Dhabi Film Festival last year.
Financed and shepherded by Abu Dhabi’s Image Nation and media and entertainment hub twofour54, with pan-Arab media company Rotana and Mostafa’s Afm Films – and Egypt’s Mohamed Hefzy and his Lebanese partner Paul Baboudjian on board as creative producers – pic is considered the pic with the most commercial potential ever spawned by the embryonic Emirati film industry to date. Sale to UK marks the pic’s first outing outside the Middle East, where it is enjoying a good theatrical run via Empire.
In “A to B” three Western-educated youths from different Arab countries travel 1,500 miles from Abu Dhabi to Beirut, amid the region’s turbulence, in memory of their deceased best friend. »
- Nick Vivarelli
Tooken follows a vengeful man on the trail of villains who took those he loves most, including his dog and his mother. Paradigm represents Us rights.
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If you can't tell from all their sweet kisses, Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are madly in love! But more than five months after getting married, the SiriusXM radio host still hasn't taken her man's last name. So, what's the hold up?! "We have discussed it and I am ready to be Jenny Wahlberg," she told E! News before supporting the New England Patriots during Super Bowl weekend. "I just haven't been through the paperwork." She added, "We work seven days a week and it's not as easy as I thought. You don't just go to the Dmv and take a new picture. There is a lot to be done." It also helps that your man is totally chill with waiting »
The New Kids are at it again.
Watch: New Kids on the Block -- Then and Now
"We always have something special up our sleeves," NKotB member Donnie Wahlberg said in a statement. "Our fans keep asking us to come back out on the road, and we want to keep giving them what they want! We wanted to make sure it was something new and fresh and fun and totally worthwhile for all of our supporters year after year. This year, we are making it The Main Event. And we promise, it will be The Ticket of the summer."
How could it not be? Kicking off May 1 in Las Vegas, Nev., The Main Event is the only show where fans can »
Talk about a group that has "The Right Stuff"!
In what can only be described as a '80s/'90s dream come true, New Kids on the Block will embark on a summer tour this year -- with Nelly and TLC.
"There is no stopping us! We always have something up our sleeves," Donnie Wahlberg, said on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, as he, Joey McIntyre, Jordan Knight, Jonathan Knight and Danny Wood revealed their tour news.
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