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Prince Harry All Smiles While Meeting England Rugby Players During Open Training Session – See the Adorable Pics!

Prince Harry All Smiles While Meeting England Rugby Players During Open Training Session – See the Adorable Pics!
Prince Harry is the real Mvp!

The 32-year-old royal, who recently stepped into his new role as patron of the Rugby Football Union (Rfu), attended the senior squad's open training session at Twickenham Stadium in London, England, on Friday, where he got to meet and chat with the players.

Watch: Meghan Markle Sports 'H' Ring in Subtle Nod to Boyfriend Prince Harry

Joined by approximately 12,000 fans from local schools and clubs, Prince Harry, a longtime fan of the sport, cheered on the athletes in the stands, looking dapper in a navy blue suit.

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He appeared to be having a blast while conversing with the players, like James Haskell and Courtney Lawes.

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We're not entirely sure what he, Lawes and Rfu CEO Ian Richie were chatting about here, but a thumbs up from Prince Harry is always a good sign!

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He also got to meet head coach Eddie Jones, and was all
See full article at Entertainment Tonight »

Prince Harry All Smiles While Meeting England Rugby Players During Open Training Session – See the Adorable Pics!

Prince Harry All Smiles While Meeting England Rugby Players During Open Training Session – See the Adorable Pics!
Prince Harry is the real Mvp!

The 32-year-old royal, who recently stepped into his new role as patron of the Rugby Football Union (Rfu), attended the senior squad's open training session at Twickenham Stadium in London, England, on Friday, where he got to meet and chat with the players.

Watch: Meghan Markle Sports 'H' Ring in Subtle Nod to Boyfriend Prince Harry

Joined by approximately 12,000 fans from local schools and clubs, Prince Harry, a longtime fan of the sport, cheered on the athletes in the stands, looking dapper in a navy blue suit.

Getty Images

He appeared to be having a blast while conversing with the players, like James Haskell and Courtney Lawes.

Getty Images

We're not entirely sure what he, Lawes and Rfu CEO Ian Richie were chatting about here, but a thumbs up from Prince Harry is always a good sign!

Getty Images

He also got to meet head coach Eddie Jones, and was all
See full article at Entertainment Tonight »

C.H.U.D.

Can an old-fashioned monster movie still work in the 1980s? The dedicated cast for this overachieving chiller takes its story of ‘Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers’ in directions most punk-era horrors do not.

C.H.U.D.

Blu-ray

Arrow Video (U.S.)

1984 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 96 + 88 min. / Street Date November 22, 2016 / Available from Amazon Us 39.99

Starring John Heard, Daniel Stern, Christopher Curry, Kim Greist, Eddie Jones, Ruth Maleczech, J.C. Quinn, John Ramsey, George Martin, John Bedford Lloyd, Frankie Faison, John Goodman, Hallie Foote, Jon Polito.

Cinematography Peter Stein

Editor Claire Simpson

Makeup Effects John Caglione Jr.

Original Music David A. Hughes

Written by Parnell Hall, Shepard Abbott

Produced by Andrew Bonime

Directed by Douglas Cheek

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

How does the monster show C.H.U.D. rate in the general parade of 1980s horror features? I don’t know — I spent the ’80s avoiding those pictures. A few years earlier at the New Beverly, Sherman Torgan
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The Grifters: Be Careful What You Wear

Neo-noir is an unusual genre from a costume perspective because although rooted in reality it is generally not specific to one era or setting. This means a variety of influences fill the screen incorporating past, present and future suggesting a particular story could be told anywhere at any time. Yet with noir’s literary and cinematic heyday belonging to 1940s, certain period details are necessary in order to satisfy that vital element of the genre and its all subsidiaries: atmosphere.

The Grifters (1990, directed by Stephen Frears) is about as bleak as noir gets. Its central characters are shysters; they live on the wrong side of the law, fleece the innocent and, like addicts, remain locked in a cycle of risk and repeat, trapped by the thrill of the grift. The film is set in contemporary Los Angeles with familiar genre nods to the past, anywhere from the thirties to eighties,
See full article at Clothes on Film »

Looking back at Rocketeer

With Captain America arriving in cinemas soon, we take a look back at director Joe Johnston’s underrated 90s comic book adaptation, Rocketeer

During a recent discussion with some of my fine geek chums, I was enthusing about my love of Joe Johnston’s work, and how much I’m looking forward to his take on Captain America. For Johnston, like Joe Dante, may only have a clutch of films to his name, but they’ve had a continued presence in my life since childhood, and are either beloved, or significant to me in some way – it’s quality, not quantity - with Rocketeer standing atop Johnston’s profile.

I’ll happily confess that, aside from the odd comic crossover in the past, or the more recent Marvel Zombies, I don’t think I’ve ever read a standalone Captain America comic, but that is only heightening my anticipation of the new Chris Evans starrer.
See full article at Den of Geek »

Costner Co-Starring In "Superman: Man Of Steel"

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Further to our report February 21, 2011, Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures have now confirmed that Oscar-nominated actor Kevin Costner ("Dances With Wolves") will play 'Jonathan Kent', the father who raised 'Clark Kent' as his own son, in "Superman: Man Of Steel", to be directed by Zack Snyder ("Watchmen"), in Vancouver starting May 2011.

"'Jonathan Kent' is the only father figure 'Clark' has ever had, the man who was there to help Clark understand what he was meant to do in the world as 'Superman', said Snyder. "Kevin will be able to communicate the quiet strength of this rural American man who raised the greatest super hero of all time."

Created by writer Jerry Siegel and illustrator Joe Shuster, the 'Pa Kent' character debuted in the comic book "Superman" #1, (1939).

Both Jonathan and 'Martha Kent' (née Clark), referred to as 'Ma' and 'Pa' Kent, are the adoptive
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Costner Cast As Pa Kent In Snyder's "Superman: Man Of Steel"

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According to reports, director Zack Snyder has cast actor Kevin Costner ("Dances With Wolves") as 'Jonathan Kent' in the upcoming Vancouver-lensed, Warners/Legendary feature "Superman: Man Of Steel".

Created by writer Jerry Siegel and illustrator Joe Shuster, the Pa Kent character debuted in the comic book "Superman" #1, (1939).

Both Jonathan and 'Martha Kent' (née Clark), referred to as 'Ma' and 'Pa' Kent, are the adoptive parents of 'Kal-El' aka 'Superman', living in the rural town of Smallville, Kansas.

In most versions of Superman's origin story, Jonathan and Martha were the first to find the rocket that brought infant Kal-El to Earth, with their adopting him shortly thereafter, renaming him 'Clark Kent' — 'Clark' being Martha's maiden name.

The Kents are usually portrayed as caring parents who instill within Clark a strong sense of morals, and they encourage Clark to use his powers for the betterment of humanity.
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