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'Once Upon a Time' First Look: Hook's Wedding Suit - Plus, Colin O'Donoghue on Why Fans Will Be 'Very Happy!'

23 April 2017 6:00 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Killian Jones has never looked so dashing!

We know that many Once Upon a Time fans are currently counting down the seconds until Hook and Emma tie the knot in the upcoming musical extravaganza. (Fyi, it's only 1,209,600 seconds away.) So we've got something that is going to curb your Captain Swan cravings!

Et has your first look photo of Hook looking oh-so dashing in his wedding tux, plus exclusive details from set about how this velvet suit was selected, and why fans are going to be "very happy" with Emma and Killian's journey down the aisle.

More: 'Once Upon a Time' Stars Spill on the Big Musical Episode Surprise: 'Hook and Emma Get Married!'

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"I think I can probably credit [Once Upon a Time showrunner] Eddy [Kitsis] for this look," star Colin O'Donoghue dished of his suit to Et during a joint interview with Jennifer Morrison on Once's Vancouver set last month. "We were going to go in a different direction »

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Friday’s best TV: The Wild Weekenders; Last Days of Jesus; Decline and Fall

13 April 2017 10:20 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Adam Buxton goes to Devon, Christ’s last days get revisited and BBC1’s Waugh adaptation concludes. Plus: Graham Norton meets Miranda Hart and Peter Capaldi

The word “weekender” in a TV show’s title usually heralds a trip to Ibiza and a collective “Oi oiiii!” Here’s a programme that bucks the trend, with the charming Adam Buxton, Paralympics presenter Arthur Williams and foodie Clem Green sampling the delights of Devon. As an ex-Marine, Williams seeks out more adrenaline-based pursuits, while Buxton turns accommodation reviewer before the three meet to compare notes. Hannah Verdier

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- Hannah Verdier, Ben Arnold, Graeme Virtue, Hannah J Davies, Julia Raeside, Jack Seale, Jonathan Wright, Paul Howlett

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March 2017 VOD Releases Include The Devil’S Candy, Prevenge

1 March 2017 9:25 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Genre fans should get excited, as March’s VOD releases are a stellar bunch and should keep you busy through the entire month. Things kick off with Mike Mendez’s Don’t Kill It and The Institute, which was co-directed by James Franco. March 7th is a busy day, with five VOD releases—Bloodrunners, Devil in the Dark, Galaxy of Horrors, Johnny Frank Garrett’s Last Word, and The Lesson—and both Elle and The Devil’s Candy make their digital debuts the following week.

Prevenge rounds out March’s digital releases, as it has been exclusively picked up by the fine folks at Shudder, and other notable VOD releases for the month include Lavender (which expands from its exclusive Dish premiere in February), Passengers, Atomica, and House on Willow Street.

Don’t Kill It (Archstone Distribution) – March 3rd

An ancient evil is unleashed in a small Mississippi town, leaving »

- Heather Wixson

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Second Opinion – Sing (2016)

25 January 2017 8:50 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Sing, 2016.

Directed by Garth Jennings.

Featuring the voice talents of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Seth MacFarlane, Taron Egerton, Peter Serafinowicz, Tori Kelly, Garth Jennings, Rhea Perlman, Nick Kroll, John C. Reilly, Jennifer Saunders, Nick Offerman, Leslie Jones, and Adam Buxton.

Synopsis:

Koala bear Buster Moon (the voice of Matthew McConaughey) is easily the least successful impresario in the theatre world.  All his shows flop and, staring bankruptcy in the face, he decides to launch a singing contest.  One that attracts a long queue of hopefuls, including a crooning mouse, a heavy metal skunk, a shy singing elephant and a narcissistic pig.  But who will win the $100,000 prize?

With Gru and his Minions due to return this summer in Despicable Me 3, Illumination is plugging the gap with new animation, Sing, which borrows heavily from the unlikely combination of Disney and X-Factor.

In a city populated entirely by animals, loveable »

- Freda Cooper

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Movie Review – Sing (2016)

20 January 2017 4:40 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Sing, 2016.

Directed by Garth Jennings.

Featuring the voice talents of Matthew McConaugheyReese WitherspoonScarlett JohanssonSeth MacFarlaneTaron EgertonPeter SerafinowiczTori KellyGarth JenningsRhea PerlmanNick Kroll, John C. ReillyJennifer SaundersNick OffermanLeslie Jones, and Adam Buxton.

Synopsis:

Set in a world of anthropomorphic animals, a failing theatre owner attempts to turn things around by hosting a singing/talent competition.

In a part of a nameless city of a world of anthropomorphic animals that closely resembles ours, a koala named Buster Moon (Matthew McConaughey) is a failing theatre impresario but is also an optimistic con-artist (koala, con; I see what you did there Illumination Entertainment). After a charming introduction of Buster skirting responsibility by not paying his theatre techies (our hero), the film then introduces us to a plethora of other characters. A bored housewife pig mother of 25 piglets named Rosita (Reese Witherspoon), a teenage »

- Matthew Lee

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