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Arrow Recap: New to the Hood — Plus: What Did Oliver Give Felicity?

Arrow Recap: New to the Hood — Plus: What Did Oliver Give Felicity?
This week on The CW’s Arrow, Diggle learned that heavy is the shoulder that wears the quiver, while William’s prep for a math test wound up adding Oliver + Felicity.

RelatedArrow‘s Top 10 Security Measures Protecting the Often-Infiltrated Bunker

BrokenArrow | Since taking over as Green Arrow in Oliver’s stead, Diggle apparently has managed fine, though it was just a matter of time until someone — namely, FBI Agent Watson — noticed that the town vigilante is no longer actually, you know, shooting arrows. But even more importantly, whilst in pursuit of Onyx (an ex-cia operative who once stole
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Blade: Kevin Feige optimistic about vampire hunter's return

Kirsten Howard Jun 29, 2017

When it comes to Blade's return to the big screen, it might be a matter of 'when' not 'if'...

Before Robert Downey Jr's Iron Man, before Chris Evans' Captain America, before the McU as we know it...there was Blade. The fearless daywalking vampire hunter was played to perfection by Wesley Snipes in two box office hits, before a tumultuous third instalment in the franchise - Blade: Trinity - pumped the brakes on Blade's cinematic story.

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Since then, there's been a dodgy TV series adaptation that replaced Snipes with rapper Sticky Fingaz, and then silence (bar a few hopeful mutterings that Blade could resurface or be rebooted for the big screen once more).

Realistically, the only person who could really make it happen is Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige,
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Empire: Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones, Samuel Hunt to Recur on Season Three of Fox Series

Deadline reports actor-rapper Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones will recur as "Brikk," in the third season of the Empire TV show on Fox. The report describes his character as, "...a menacing Mc, known for his vicious and biting lyrics." Lucious (Terrence Howard) will turn to Brikk, "when dealing with new enemies."Chicago Pd alum Samuel Hunt is also headed to Empire. According to Deadline, he will recur as handsome street guy, Xavier Rosen, Empire Records' new head of A&R. Rosen is described as the, " white boy on the block who was the most down." Read More…
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'The Night Of' -- Lead Actor Can Slam with Onyx Anytime ... Says Sticky Fingaz (Video)

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[[tmz:video id="0_ht0didi3"]] The star of 'Night Of' -- that TV show you keep hearing about -- isn't just a great actor, he's got some rap cred too ... just ask his co-star on the show, Sticky Fingaz. Riz Ahmed is getting a lot of buzz for his role on the HBO hit, but he's also been doing music in his native land, England for a long time. So, we asked Sticky if he and Riz chopped it up about a possible collab.
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3Lau Announces Upcoming World Tour

Following the release of his new remix of September’s “Cry For You” over the weekend, 3Lau shared that he had a big announcement waiting in the wings. Now, the news is finally in, and the producer and DJ has revealed an upcoming world tour that will see him making stops throughout Asia and North America.

The Las Vegas based producer took to social media to announce the upcoming 3Lau Haus World Tour, which is slated to kick off in Thailand on August 11. The tour will feature a number of top notch special guests as well, including Illenium, Jenaux, Prince Fox, Elephante, Grandtheft, Cheat Codes and more.

With a stacked list of guest acts and stops in some of the biggest cities in the Us and Asia, 3Lau clearly has some exciting things planned for us. As such, make sure to grab your tickets here, as this is one tour
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John Cusack: examining his recent straight-to-dvd movies




John Cusack has made 17 films in four years. We've found the ones that have gone all-but straight to DVD and watched them...

John Cusack is a bit of a Hollywood oddity. There’s no pattern to the type of movie he will choose to do, so he’s always kept us on our toes. Sure, he’ll make a dumb action movie, but that will often afford him the chance to make a few smaller gambles later on. Up until the last few years he’s played the system very well, but recently his ethic appears to have, um, waned? A little?

Since the heady days of Say Anything and Sixteen Candles he’s come to represent a sort of slightly weird-looking, awkwardly charming, offbeat everyman that men aged 18-49 can look at and go 'me'” - which is fine. There’s a place for that, as
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Awesome Mix Tape #6: Best Soundtracks / Scores of 2015 Pt 1

It’s that time once again! For the unfamiliar, every year I make two mix tapes sampling the best music from the best movies released. The first mix is usually released in the summertime, about halfway through the year – and I release the second tape in late December. Below is the first half of the best movie scores/soundtracks of 2015. Take a listen and please remember, sharing is caring so don’t be shy to like it on Facebook or tweet it to your friends. Cheers!

(Check out Awesome Mix Tape #5: Best soundtracks/scores 0f 2014)


Eden movie clip

Daft Punk – “One More Time” (Eden)

DJ Light – “Team Gotti Anthem” (Tangerine)

Black Ox Orkestar – “Skocne” (What We Do In the Shadows)

Spring Movie Clip

Elias Rahbani – “Dance of Maria” (What We Do In The Shadows)

Dope movie clip

Tribe Called Quest – “Scenario” (Dope)

Onyx – “Slam Harder” / “Slam” Mix (Dope
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Wesley Snipes Met With Marvel About Playing Blade Again

Many attribute the success of the contemporary superhero genre to Bryan Singer’s X-Men, which hit theaters in 2000 and helped usher in a new wave of comic book adaptations. However, the first successful Marvel Comics adaptation was Blade, which arrived in 1998 and starred Wesley Snipes as the titular vampire superhero.

The Blade franchise, while initially highly successful, came to a screeching halt with 2004’s Blade Trinity (and certainly wasn’t helped by the terrible 2006 series starring Sticky Fingaz), and since then the rights to the character have reverted back to Marvel Studios. We’ve heard rumors that the studio could be bringing the character to the darker, bloodier Netflix side of the McU, and expected that the role would be recast. According to Snipes himself, however, there’s a chance that he may don Blade’s fangs again after all.

In an interview with Deadline about his upcoming series The Player,
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Exclusive clip from The Carrier featuring John Cusack and Dominic Purcell

The upcoming action-thriller The Carrier is released in the UK this month on Digital HD and next month on DVD and VOD platforms, and Flickering Myth has an exclusive first-look clip from the film, which you can view below as well as the official trailer!

John Cusack and Robert De Niro star in this action-packed crime thriller about a hit-man named Jack (Cusack), who takes an assignment to deliver a mysterious bag to his crafty boss (De Niro) with strict instructions not to look inside. With the help of an elusive, beautiful woman (Rebecca Da Costa, The Firstling), Jack battles a mess-load of gunfire, a slew of crooked cops and unruly mobsters on a deadly quest to deliver the precious cargo and earn a big pay day. The Carrier also stars Crispin Glover (Back to the Future), Martin Klebba (Pirates of the Caribbean) and Rapper Sticky Fingaz.

The Carrier is
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8 TV shows based on horror movies -- and how they fared

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8 TV shows based on horror movies -- and how they fared
With the recent successes of such TV series as "American Horror Story," "Hannibal" and Showtime's "Penny Dreadful," horror is hot on the small-screen right now -- so much so that in addition to MTV's forthcoming small-screen "Scream" spinoff, TV studios are in the midst of bringing a horde of cinematic fright-film properties to television, ranging from "Shutter Island" to "The Devil's Advocate" to "The Mist." In light of this, I've taken a look back at eight previous horror movie-to-tv translations and analyzed why they hit -- or didn't -- with audiences. "Bates Motel" (A&E) Based on: "Psycho" Aired: 2013-present Why it did (or didn't) work:a great pedigree ("Lost" showrunner Carlton Cuse), a terrific cast (Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore) and generally positive critical notices gave "Bates Motel" a sheen of respectability that worked well in this Golden Age of prestige television. The show has so far aired three successful seasons
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New Blue Bloods Season 5,Finale Episode 22 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Blue Bloods" season finale episode 22 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "The Art Of War," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and dramatic stuff as the hunt will be on for a shooter that shot a member of the Reagan clan, and more. In the new, 22nd episode press release: Danny Tries To Track Down Who Shot A Member Of The Reagan Clan, In The Conclusion Of Two-part Fifth Season Finale. Press release number 2: When a member of the Reagan clan is shot, Danny will try to track down the gang member responsible without letting his emotions get the best of him. Also, he is going to have to get creative in order to bring in witnesses in the conclusion of the two-part fifth season finale of Blue Bloods. Guest stars feature:
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New Blue Bloods Season 5,Episode 21 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Blue Bloods" episode 21 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "New Rukes," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty interesting stuff go down as the shooting of a NYPD deputy, prompts Frank to call for all hands on deck action, and more. In the new, 21st episode press release: Frank Calls For All Hands On Deck When An NYPD Deputy Chief Is Gunned Down In Broad Daylight, In The First Of A Two-part Season Finale. Press release number 2: When NYPD Deputy Chief Donald Kent, a commanding officer of the gang division, and his wife are gunned down in an apparent gang hit, Frank is going to order all hands on deck to catch his friend's killer. Working the case, Danny and Baez will go see Mario Hunt, a well-known member of a deadly gang, in
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Fox’s ‘Empire’ Stirs Memories of Upn’s ‘Platinum’

Fox’s ‘Empire’ Stirs Memories of Upn’s ‘Platinum’
Longtime participants in the Television Critics Assn. press tour often get hit with a sense of deja vu while covering the twice-yearly marathon of TV gabbery.

NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt had that I’ve-been-here-before feeling as reporters were yakking about the strong debut of Fox’s “Empire.” The show reminded Greenblatt of the drama “Platinum” that he and former producing partner David Janollari shepherded for Upn back in 2003.

The show’s original title was “Empire,” but they couldn’t clear it. And “Empire” star Terrence Howard auditioned for one of the lead roles, Greenblatt recalled.

“Who know our show was so ahead of its time?” he joked.

Like “Empire,” “Platinum” revolved around the drama of the hip-hop music business and a family trying to hold their empire together, and the two shows also came from notable auspices: Lee Daniels and Danny Strong for “Empire,” John Ridley, Sofia Coppola and Francis Ford Coppola for “Platinum.
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6 Awesome Villain Ideas For A Blade Reboot Movie

New Line Cinema

1998′s Blade movie was undoubtedly the trigger that instigated the current huge popularity being enjoyed by comic book movies as a genre – the pioneer of the modern comic book movie, so to speak. It was swiftly followed by fellow Marvel offerings X-Men (2000) and Spider-Man (2002) and the rest is history.

Such was Blade’s success, it spawned two sequels – 2002′s Blade II and 2004′s Blade: Trinity – and a 2006 television series (Blade: The Series) that was set in the same continuity as the movies, albeit starring a different actor (Wesley Snipes was replaced by Kirk “Sticky Fingaz” Jones).

However, it has been ten years since the last movie and the television series did pretty badly performance wise (it was cancelled after one season because of poor ratings). Sticky Fingaz certainly won’t be asked to return and, at 51 years old, Wesley Snipes’ vampire hunting days are over. So how about a Blade reboot?
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House of the Dead 2 (2005) Review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,

House of the Dead 2 (2005)

Director: Michael Hurst

Writers: Mark A. Altman, Michael Roesch, Peter Scheerer

Cast: Emanuelle Vauguier (Alexandria), Ed Quinn (Ellis), Sticky Fingaz (Dalton), Nadine Velazquez (Rodriguez), Sid Haig (Professor Curien)

I can’t believe that I’m singing the praises of a “House of the Dead” movie. The first one was such a big disappointment, that a sequel that was so dissimilar to it in every way was a pretty welcome sight. I’m not a gamer, and perhaps I might have enjoyed the original, a bit more if I had. Doubtful, but maybe.

This one has Sid Haig, the hardest working man in exploitation film for four decades and counting as a professor that has come up with a way to reanimate the dead. He picks up a test subject/victim from the local college. She ends up being the
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What to Watch: March 25-April 11, 2014

What to Watch is back in two-week form this time around, hitting the most important Blu-ray, DVD, and streaming offerings from both March 25th and April 1st. No April Fool’s Day jokes here. We’re above that. Sorta. What you will find is one of the best movies of last year, a fantastic comedy series, a foreign film you really should see, and further proof that John Cusack is merely slipping into straight-to-dvd oblivion like that damn horse in “The Neverending Story”. Pick one of the six. What the Hell, pick two.

The Wolf of Wall Street

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The Wolf of Wall Street

One of the best films of 2013 is here in a mildly disappointing Blu-ray given the rumors of four or even Six hour cuts reportedly in the works for release someday. Consequently, this practically movie-only release has the feel of a placeholder, something to put
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Film Review: ‘The Bag Man’

Film Review: ‘The Bag Man’
The titular satchel in “The Bag Man” is one of those coveted carry-ons, like the glowing briefcases of “Kiss Me Deadly” and “Pulp Fiction” fame, that everybody wants, nobody seems to know the contents of, and which makes a world of trouble for all who come into contact with it. They include a melancholy widower hitman (John Cusack) and the assorted denizens of a fleabag Louisiana motel in this self-consciously weird post-modern noir that wrests some formidable competition to emerge as one of the most head-scratching money jobs of both Cusack’s and special guest star Robert De Niro’s careers. Despite a decent $14,000 average in its opening frame on two U.S. screens, the future looks bleak for the reportedly self-financed debut feature of British director David Grovic, while the name cast may stimulate modestly better VOD traffic.

Though the script (credited to Grovic and Paul Conway) purports to
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Three 'The Bag Man' Clips

Three 'The Bag Man' Clips
The suspense is over; find out #WhatsInTheBag today! The Bag Man starring John Cusack, Rebecca Da Costa, Robert De Niro, and Crispin Glover opens in New York (AMC Empire 25) and Los Angeles (AMC Citywalk). Catch the film in a city near you, On Demand, and Digital HD on March 4th. For a complete list of cities and theaters, please visit the film's official website. To celebrate the film's release, we have three new clips to check out before heading to the theaters this weekend.

The Bag Man is a taut crime thriller that follows the story of Jack (John Cusack), a tough guy with chronic bad luck but human touches. Hired by Dragna (Robert De Niro), a legendary crime boss to complete a simple but unusual task, the plot centers around the anticipated arrival of Dragna who has summoned Jackand a host of shady characters to a remote location for unknown reasons.
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'The Bag Man' Interview with Crispin Glover | Exclusive

'The Bag Man' Interview with Crispin Glover | Exclusive
The Bag Man is a taut crime thriller that follows the story of Jack (John Cusack), a tough guy with chronic bad luck. Hired by legendary crime boss Dragna (Robert De Niro) to complete a simple but unusual task, the plot centers on Jack and a host of shady characters that have been summoned to a remote location for unknown reasons. Over the course of a long and violently eventful night awaiting this crime boss's arrival, Jack crosses paths with Rivka (Rebecca Da Costa), a stunningly beautiful woman whose life becomes physically and emotionally entangled with his own. When Dragna finally arrives on the scene there are sudden and extreme consequences for all.

Appearing in the film is one of our personal favorite actors, Crispin Glover. He plays the innkeeper at this mysterious location where a number of unsavory characters have gathered. The actor has been suspiciously absent from the
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John Cusack gets a room in exclusive clip from 'The Bag Man'

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John Cusack gets a room in exclusive clip from 'The Bag Man'
Hitting select theaters this Friday is a new movie starring John Cusack and Robert De Niro called, "The Bag Man." If you click on the above play button what you'll be treated to is a HitFix exclusive clip of Cusack in the film. So that you're warned, there might be a four letter word or two present, making it semi-nsfw. To set the stage a little, the movie is a crime thriller directed by David Grovic and inspired by the story "The Cat" by Marie-Louise von Franz. Outside of De Niro and Cusack, the movie features Rebecca Da Costa, Crispin Glover, Sticky Fingaz, Dominic Purcell and Martin Kelbba. And, while it is a crime thriller, not everything in it is played perfectly straight, as is readily apparent in the clip. The official synopsis reads as follows: "'The Bag Man' is a taut crime thriller that follows the story
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