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Gracepoint Finale Recap: 'Every Single Bit of It Stays Between Us'

11 December 2014 7:11 PM, PST | | See recent news »

There was never going to be a happy ending to Gracepoint, Fox’s remake of British crime drama Broadchurch.

I mean, when your starting point is the murder of a 12-year-old boy and your midway marker involves the suicide-by-drowning of a falsely accused old man (in possession of a creepy secret, but still…), you can’t expect the closing montage will be set to Jimmy Cliff’s optimistic “I Can See Clearly Now.” (Not unless someone has a coal black sense of humor and a blatant disregard for the audience’s emotional state, anyway.)

But oh, man. The way Episode 10 spirals down, »

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Soundtracking: Disney's Top 10 Greatest Songs

16 November 2014 9:05 PM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »


It was 25 years ago today that Disney’s The Little Mermaid hit theatres, rejuvenating a slumbering animation giant and igniting a new era for the studio that would produce some of its greatest and most beloved hits. The Little Mermaid  -- on sale at the Cineplex Store for its anniversary! -- also featured dazzling songs from Alan Menkenand Howard Ashman, helping set a high musical bar for the films that would follow in its wake.

In honour of the film’s anniversary, we are pleased to present a list of the Top 10 Disney songs of all-time.

In the interest of fairness, only one song was chosen per film and the list is restricted to films from Disney Animation Studios.

10. “Heigh-Ho” from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Disney’s very first ear-worm, the end-of-the-workday sing-along from the Snow White’s mining companions was one of the earliest examples that Disney »

- Shane McNeil

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Bryan Adams Goes Back to Basics with Covers Album: See Him Perform 'Many Rivers to Cross'

30 September 2014 10:40 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

New album 'Tracks of My Years' is out Sept. 30.

Bryan Adams is getting back to his roots.

For his first studio album since 2008's Eleven, the Grammy winner is releasing Tracks of My Years on September 30. The album does feature one original song ("She Knows Me," co-written by Adams and longtime collaborator Jim Vallance), but it's otherwise completely composed of time-honored classics from the '50s, '60s and '70s. Among the tracks featured on the album's deluxe version is a cover of Jimmy Cliff's 1969 song "Many Rivers to Cross."

Pics: Peek Inside Bryan Adams' Book of Celeb Portraits

See Adams perform the track in ETonline's exclusive video below.

"Making the selection of the songs for the album took a long time" said Adams. "We recorded all kinds of songs until the songs sort of presented themselves, or sounded different enough from the originals. We did about three months of recording, spread out over »

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5 less-heralded Robin Williams films

11 August 2014 8:20 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent - Inside Movies news »

Robin Williams’ long filmography has more than its share of high-profile roles—but IMDb lists 102 total acting credits stretching all the way back to 1977. (That first one? A pair of parts in something called Can I Do It ‘Till I Need Glasses?, which the site describes as “a comedy are comprised of short sexually suggestive skits.”) Williams’ triumphs (Good Will Hunting) and failures (Popeye) are well-known, but it’s worth digging through some of his less-heralded work to find the occasional gem. 

1. Insomnia (2002)

Williams had been an animated Disney character, a silly cross-dressing nanny, Peter Pan, and an Oscar-winner before »

- EW staff

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Eminem, Pearl Jam, Outkast, Skrillex, Beck and Calvin Harris Headline Austin City Limits Fest

22 April 2014 7:59 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Eminem tops the bill for the 13th annual Austin City Limits Music Festival, which takes place in Zilker Park on two weekends, Oct. 3-5 and then 10-12. Pearl Jam, Outkast, Skrillex, Beck, Calvin Harris, Lana Del Rey, Lorde (Weekend two only), Foster the People and the Replacements are also on the bill. Photos: Coachella: 10 Floral Crowns for Prancing the Polo Fields Others scheduled to perform include Major Lazer, the Avett Brothers, Spoon, the Head and the Heart, Belle & Sebstian, Interpol, Chromeo, Broken Bells, Childish Gambino, Chvrches, Jimmy Cliff and Phantogram. Among the highly touted newcomers are St. Vincent,

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- Roy Trakin

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Death in Paradise; The Naked Rambler – TV review

22 January 2014 1:42 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Death in Paradise is a police drama that's untroubled by forensics, profiling or CCTV. It's Miss Marple with coconuts

Sainte-Marie, the Caribbean island home of Death in Paradise (BBC1), appears to be suddenly overrun with zombies. And here's a Lara Croft-style lady with bad-ass muscles, boobs, attitude etc taking them on. "You ugly sons of bitches wanna fight?" she says to a zombie, kicking him impressively in the face. "You got one." She's got quite a job on, there are a lot of them, and just one of her. Still it should liven things up a bit around here – Living Death in Paradise maybe, I like it …

"Cut!" says a man. Oh, it's just a film set, a zombie movie being shot on the island. Shame. It won't be long before a real death though, you'll see. Here we go, the stand-in, collapsed and gasping on set – plain old dying dead this time. »

- Sam Wollaston

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