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Netflix streaming is upping the ante this December, adding enough high-profile TV shows and movies to more than make up for last month's lackluster offerings.
On the movie side, highlights include Will Ferrell and gang in "Anchorman 2," the Heath Ledger-starring "A Knight's Tale," Cameron Crowe classic "Almost Famous," Oscar-winning "American Beauty," and horror hits "Oculus" and "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones." Oh, and let's not forget '80s classic "Troop Beverly Hills," '90s cult favorite "Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion," or Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Wolf of Wall Street."
And there's plenty to love about what's coming on the TV front: "American Horror Story: Coven" finally gets its day on Netflix, "Sharknado 2" storms its way to streaming, and Brit hit "Broadchurch" finally lands stateside. Oh, and December sees the premiere of the hotly anticipated Netflix Original series "Marco Polo" on the 12th.
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- Tim Hayne
On Today's Show Bill Cosby's Shocking On-Stage Flip-Flop Marlon Wayans: It's Ok to Call My White Co-Stars the N-Word Ryan Gosling Has a Scary Stalker Situation Kim Kardashian Would Approve of North Posing Nude Someday Skype Us Tmztvshow Tweet Us Tweet to @Tmzlive Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Marlon Wayans has just filed legal docs defending an Instagram post in which he called an extra from his movie "Haunted House 2" a n**** and a Cleveland lookalike ... saying the N-word is a term of endearment, and the dude Does look like Cleveland.Marlon says in the docs -- obtained by TMZ -- he grew up in the projects of NYC, where black men and women frequently used the N-word (with both an "a" and »
- TMZ Staff
The stars turned out for the L.A. premiere of Relativity and Bet Studios’ “Beyond the Lights” at the ArcLight Hollywood Wednesday, the latest film from “Love & Basketball” writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood, including Marlon Wayans, Andre Royo, Sanaa Lathan, the L.A. Lakers’ Steve Nash and others.
The film deals with the perils of stardom and the troubling objectification of female celebrities and pop stars, and Prince-Bythewood said she pulled out all the stops in order to create the air of authenticity around Gugu Mbatha-Raw’s Noni and make her feel like a musical superstar. The film employed choreographer Laurieann Gibson, who has worked with Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj; hairstylist Kim Kimble, who works with Beyonce; and record producer The Dream, who has written songs for Rihanna, Beyonce, Jay-z, Kanye West and many others.
The helmer even threw Mbatha-Raw and co-star Nate Parker some unexpected curveballs.
“Gina got »
- Kevin Noonan
Iggy Azalea is having the last laugh. The rapper dressed up for Halloween on Friday as Marlon Wayans' character from the 2004 comedy White Chicks, a reference to an insulting meme that Snoop Dogg had posted about her last month. See more What Stars Are Wearing This Halloween Azalea shared a number of pics and videos to Instagram of herself in the costume. "Bye haterzzzzz," she captioned one. Jennifer Lopez also posted a photo of herself with Azalea at a party. Read more AMAs: Iggy Azalea, the Most-Nominated Artist, Will Also Perform The "Fancy" rapper was involved in a
- Ryan Gajewski
Wonder what Snoop Dogg has to say about this Halloween costume. Just a few short weeks after the rapper compared Iggy Azalea's appearance to that of Marlon Wayans from the 2004 movie White Chicks, the "Fancy" singer decided to have a little fun with the insult. "Happy Halloween," Azalea wrote on Instagram while posing next to her gal pals as the memorable movie character. "Me @Aleherself and @Priscillaono" From the long blond locks to the denim-on-denim ensemble, the "Black Widow" singer went all out when she portrayed the hilarious character. Even a few famous friends took notice of the perfect outfit choice. "Me, @JLo & @TheNewClassic who »
Iggy Azalea had the last laugh on Halloween, taking a recent diss from Snoop Dogg in stride and turning it into an amazing costume. As Gossip Cop reported, during the rappers' feud in recent weeks, Snoop compared Azalea to the gender- and race-bending character played by Marlon Wayans in White Chicks. On Friday, Azalea showed that she has a sense of humor about the whole thing, because she and a friend went out dressed as the White Chicks duo. »
- Daniel Gates
Iggy Azalea got the last laugh on Friday night when she nodded to a frequent joke that is made about her appearance. For Halloween, the rapper dressed up as a character from the 2004 movie, White Chicks, for a night of partying with her friends. Fans may remember that Iggy's resemblance to the characters in the movie - which centers around two black men (played by Shawn and Marlon Wayans) who disguise themselves as white women - has been a constant and controversial joke that has followed her throughout the past year. Snoop Dogg/Lion even made a reference to it when he launched into a bizarre and nasty feud with Iggy on Instagram earlier this month. However, it looks as if Iggy isn't letting the comments get to her and is instead choosing to embrace the joke. Keep reading to see more snaps of Iggy from her Halloween night, and »
Happy Halloween! A photo posted by Iggy Azalea (@thenewclassic) on Oct 10, 2014 at 10:20pm Pdt Take that Snoop Dogg! Iggy Azalea decided to dress up as Marlon Wayans from White Chicks for Halloween, weeks after the rapper said she looked like the gender-bending character. Me, @jlo & @thenewclassic who had me dying tonight with that costume.. ???????????????????????? very fun party tonight.. #happyhalloween ???????????????????????????? A photo posted by Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) on Nov 11, 2014 at 2:49am Pdt "Happy Halloween!" the singer, 24, captioned an Instagram pic of herself on Friday, Oct. 31. [...] »
You've seen the memes ... and now Iggy Azalea is proving she's got a sense of humor -- by dressing up for Halloween as one of the "White Chicks."Iggy and her buddy went clubbing Friday as the title characters from the Shawn and Marlon Wayans flick ... and both danced like only the Wilson sisters could.You may recall ... Snoop Dogg compared Iggy to Marlon's character in "White Chicks" earlier this month during their back-and-forth feud »
- TMZ Staff
Top 100 horror movies of all time: Chicago Film Critics' choices (photo: Sigourney Weaver and Alien creature show us that life is less horrific if you don't hold grudges) See previous post: A look at the Chicago Film Critics Association's Scariest Movies Ever Made. Below is the list of the Chicago Film Critics's Top 100 Horror Movies of All Time, including their directors and key cast members. Note: this list was first published in October 2006. (See also: Fay Wray, Lee Patrick, and Mary Philbin among the "Top Ten Scream Queens.") 1. Psycho (1960) Alfred Hitchcock; with Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles, John Gavin, Martin Balsam. 2. The Exorcist (1973) William Friedkin; with Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Jason Miller, Max von Sydow (and the voice of Mercedes McCambridge). 3. Halloween (1978) John Carpenter; with Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, Tony Moran. 4. Alien (1979) Ridley Scott; with Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, John Hurt. 5. Night of the Living Dead (1968) George A. Romero; with Marilyn Eastman, »
- Andre Soares
30. No Country for Old Men (2007)
Scene: Coin Flip
There was a brief period of time from 2006-2009 when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences made some more daring, but wholly deserved choices for Best Picture. It began in 2006, when Martin Scorsese finally won for The Departed which, while not his best and not nearly as dark as, say, Taxi Driver or Raging Bull, still leaned that direction. Three years later, they handed the Oscar to The Hurt Locker over the blockbuster Avatar, rewarding quality over audience love. But in between the two it was given to No Country for Old Men, an incredibly dark neo-Western based on the Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name. It’s still one of the Coen Brothers’ best films, an incredible cat-and-mouse journey through West Texas in the 1980′s. The film stars Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones, »
- Joshua Gaul
Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea have officially called off their bizarre Instagram feud. The beef started on Monday when Snoop shared an unflattering meme mocking Iggy's appearance. The Australian rapper took notice and soon started tweeting at Snoop: "Snoop Dogg, Why would you post such a mean pic on Insta when you send your body guards to ask me for pictures every time we are at shows together? My bodyguard stopped the fire truck that saved your friends life in Canada when he almost burnt down the hotel. And every time I've ever spoken to you you've always been nice as hell, I'm disappointed you'd be such an *ss for no reason." Iggy later deleted her tweets, but the feud was hardly over. Snoop began flooding his Instagram with increasingly negative posts about Iggy, including memes likening Iggy's appearance to Marlon Wayans in White Chicks, calling her (link Nsfw) a »
Marlon Wayans finally weighed in on the Snoop Dogg-Iggy Azalea battle -- which he got dragged into -- and his take is Hysterical!If you missed it, before yesterday's truce ... Snoop posted a side-by-side of Iggy and Marlon's "White Chicks" character.But last night outside Cecconi's in WeHo ... Marlon called out Snoop, saying ... "I don't think it's a fair comparison. She's way more f**kable than I am." Trust us ... you Must see his delivery, »
- TMZ Staff
In Tweets that she has since deleted (but were captured by E! News), on Tuesday Iggy wrote, "@snoopdogg why would you post such a mean pic on insta when you send your body guards to ask me for pictures every time we are at shows together?"
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Robin Thede has been named head writer of Comedy Central’s much-anticipated “The Minority Report with Larry Wilmore,” the network’s new hope to stand with its long running “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” and continue what has become a cultural institution in latenight.
Thede has been head writer on “The Queen Latifah Show,” a creator of videos for FunnyorDie and an actress. She will be responsible for much of the tone of the new program, which will inject an African-American host and perspective into a daypart that has largely been dominated by Caucasian hosts. Comedy Central said the new program would “feature a diverse panel of voices currently underrepresented in comedy and television,” but declined to reveal more.
- Brian Steinberg
L.A. Lakers star Nick Young is finally stepping in to the war between his Gf Iggy Azalea and Snoop -- calling the rapper a loser who's going through a "midlife crisis."Snoop has been tormenting Iggy for days -- first making fun of the way she looks without makeup .... then comparing her to Marlon Wayans in "White Chicks." Iggy fired back -- tweeting at Snoop that she didn't understand why he was being so mean to her. »
- TMZ Staff
After Batman Returns hit theaters back in 1992, director Tim Burton started working on ideas for a third film featuring the Dark Knight. This new entry was set to see the arrival of Robin (to be played by Marlon Wayans), but a lot of behind-the-scenes stuff went down (Warner Bros. felt Batman Returns was too dark for families and not a good film for selling toys – and Burton’s third film was going to be even darker, apparently) and the director eventually exited the project. Joel Schumacher came in to replace him, and the results were Batman Forever and Batman and Robin. However, there are bits and pieces of things designed for Burton’s unmade film floating around on the Internet – including this piece of concept art for the costume Wayans would have worn...
- Mike Bracken
After Batman Returns, Tim Burton was set to return to direct a third film in the franchise. For some stupid ass reason, though, they dropped the director's version of the film, because they wanted the him to tone down the darkness. Instead, they went with Joel Schumacher's colorfully terrible film, Batman Forever. Burton's plan was to introduce Robin in to the franchise, and Marlon Wayans was actually cast in the role. Once Schumacher came on board he recast both Batman and Robin, and we ended up with Val Kilmer and Chris O' Donnell.
Thanks to Cbm, we have a piece of concept art showing us what Burton's vision of Robin may have looked like. The sketch comes from Costume designer Bob Ringwood, and it looks… interesting. The hair poofing out of the top of his head is pretty silly looking, but the actual costume may have looked a lot different. »
- Joey Paur
After 1992's Batman Returns came out Tim Burton began working on a third Batman film that he would direct. Michael Keaton would've reprised his role and the storyline would've featured 'Robin' joining up with the Caped Crusader to defeat The Riddler. It got so far into production that Rene Russo ("In the Line of Fire") had been cast as Bruce Wayne's love interest and Scary Movie star Marlon Wayans was cast as 'Robin.' He was even fitted for his Boy Wonder costume. No images of him in a 'Robin' costume have ever surfaced. Things went south when Warner Bros. requested that Burton tone down the darker elements as they didn't want a repeat of Batman Returns. They felt as though that film was too dark for families and hindered its performance at the box office and its sale of toys. Burton didn't backdown and WB replaced him with Joel Schumacher »
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