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The eyes are the window to the soul. Thus, the eyebrows are the meticulously appointed drapes to the soul, the quirkily delightful valances to the soul, or the haphazard blankets hung with duct tape to the soul. Whatever they may be, eyebrows are important. And television today is replete with this fanciest of face art. So we decided they must be celebrated.
Who will win the coveted Sandy Cohen Award for most valuable eyebrows currently on TV?
8. Nina Whitley, Benched
First and foremost, we are so happy to have Eliza Coupe back and she can never leave us again. Next, we love an actor who can play a flawless mix of Type A Perfect and Human Mess Disaster. And no one does it better than Coupe, and her brows are the secret weapon for bringing the whole package together. There’s crazy in those brows. »
By now we all know that Lifetime’s Aaliyah movie was an atrocity. The network has a long history of going for camp — choosing true Hollywood stories that are famous for their salacious details. Sometimes they hit (see: Joan Allen‘s Emmy nomination for 2009′s Georgia O’Keeffe), but most of the time it’s a big mess. And the casting is almost always terrible.
We love pop culture, so we took it upon ourselves to dream up some Lifetime movie subjects of our own — complete with questionable casting choices. Lindsay Lohan‘s charmed fall from grace (full of drug and shoplifting accusations, and even a dip in the lady pond) is the perfect vehicle for fellow Disney redhead Bella Thorne. Obviously Beyoncé will want to play herself in any and all future representations of her life (as well as write, direct, and produce), and who better to step into »
- Emily Exton
The script featured on the 2011 Black List of top unproduced scripts.
The Accountant will begin shooting in January. »
At the movies, idiocy never goes out of style.
Twenty years after the 1994 original, Dumb and Dumber To opened with $38.1 million at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates Sunday. The Universal sequel debuted almost exactly two decades after the Farrelly brothers first introduced the Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels low-iq duo.
Dumb and Dumber To edged out the animated Disney adventure Big Hero 6, which took in $36 million in its second week. Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic Interstellar slid to third in its second week with an estimated $29.2 million. The film continues to blast off overseas, where it took in $106 million over the weekend, with sales particularly boosted by a strong opening in China.
The top three films took up the lion share of the box office, with the no. 4 film, the romance Beyond the Lights, opening with a distant $6.5 million. In a Hollywood constantly updating, rebooting and sequalizing old properties, »
- Cineplex.com and contributors
Emma Stone made her triumphant Broadway debut Tuesday, as Sally Bowles in the Tony-winning musical Cabaret. She stars alongside Tony winner Alan Cumming in a 12-week run of the Roundabout Theatre Company production.
Emma's boyfriend Andrew Garfield was reportedly in the audience as the 26-year-old actress made her first bow on Broadway. The Social Network actor has his own time to shine on Broadway in 2012 when he appeared in the revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman alongside the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
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The young stars join an elite list of other Hollywood A-listers to make a splash on the Great White Way.
Hugh Jackman is a stage veteran but his first appearance on Broadway was in 2004's The Boy From Oz. Jackman earned a Tony Award for his performance as singer/songwriter »
We're entering weekend two of "Interstellar," and there is already much material concerned with the film on TV and throughout the web, should you need to buttress your particular point of view. There's a 40-minute Discovery Channel special, an absurd amount of in depth interviews with the director and cast, and you can even read our essay about how "Interstellar" ties into Nolan's ongoing concerns about parenthood. While he can't reach the outer reaches of the galaxy just yet, Nolan is certainly making his presence known all over the globe, and Sky TV in the UK recently aired a 20-minute special, "Interstellar: Nolan's Odyssey." Hosted by a guy who looks like a clean cut, British version of Shia Labeouf, the special discusses the entirety of Nolan's career, with insights from Hugh Jackman, Michael Caine, and of course the director and cast members of "Interstellar." Check it out below, and for more brain bending fun, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
It's always a good time to revisit our favorite children's movies, whether you're introducing your kids to them for the first time or enjoying a Disney classic yet again. If kids' movies like "Dumbo" and "The Rescuers" aren't already in your library, they're available right now to stream on Netflix, along with a lot of newer movies that will appeal to your kids (and to the kid in you).
(Availability subject to change.)
1. "Anastasia" (1997) G
2. "Antz" (1998) PG
3. "Born Free" (1966) PG
A still-moving classic about the couple who raised Elsa the Lioness, an orphaned lion cub, then »
- Sharon Knolle
The Cake Boss got booked.
Et confirms that TLC star Buddy Valastro was a arrested in New York City early Thursday morning for driving while intoxicated and driving while ability impaired. He was pulled over around 1 a.m. after officers say they saw his yellow Corvette swerving down 10th Avenue.
Police would not disclose what Valastro's blood alcohol level was at the time of his arrest but they did tell Et that it was over the legal limit.
Photos: Most Memorable Celebrity Mugshots
The 37-year-old reality star, and head baker at Carlo's Bakery in Hoboken, New Jersey, is scheduled to be arraigned later today.
News: Shia Labeouf Hilariously Gives His Side of the Cabaret Arrest Story
Unfortunately, the reality isn't the only celebrity who's been arrested for a DUI this year. Michael Phelps recently took to Twitter to issue his "I'm Sorry" after his arrest.
Transformers: Age of Extinction was initially pitched as something of a reboot. Though franchise helmer Michael Bay was set to return to the director’s chair, Shia Labeouf was out as Mark Wahlberg took the lead role. But even with the new cast, it has the same bloated and confused approach that marked all the sequels, and the fourth film - which is the longest of the series - features all the same problems of the previous movies, but only some of the pluses. My Transformers: Age of Extinction Blu-ray review follows after the jump. The film, which opens with a tease of the Dinobots that will eventually appear in the film, shows that since the last movie Transformers are being hunted by the government with the assistance of the Transformer Lockdown, who brutally murders the loveable Autobot Ratchet near the start of the film. We’re also introduced to »
- Andre Dellamorte
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Theatre lovers, rejoice! Emma Stone will make her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles in Cabaret at Studio 54 in New York City tonight. (Yes, the same theater where Shia Labeouf got arrested earlier this year.) In an interview with Vanity Fair, Stone said she “can’t believe this is actually happening.” We can; Stone is one of many A-list movie stars to take their acting talents to the Great White Way. However, how will she fair?
From a list of mega-stars that made the Broadway jump before her, it’s anyone’s game. Reviews of celebrities on Broadway have ranged from stellar (surprisingly, Ashlee Simpson makes this category for her turn as Roxie Hart in Chicago) to downright dreadful (let’s not talk about Christie Brinkley’s portrayal of the same role).
- Christopher Rosa
What’s blue and white and read all over? That would be Doraemon, a time-traveling robot cat from the 22nd century who ranks as the all-time most popular comicbook (or “manga”) character among Japanese kids. Instantly recognizable by his bubble head and huge half-moon smile, Doraemon is bigger than Big Bird in Japan, where a preschool-targeted computer-animated feature, “Stand by Me Doraemon,” has been a massive hit among fans, reverently rehashing the character’s origin story and most popular adventures. Attractive to behold, yet bland as a stack of red bean pancakes, pic has earned $78 million since its release on Aug. 8 — impressive, yet still just half the domestic haul of most Miyazaki toons.
First unveiled at the Tokyo Intl. Film Festival, the English-language version could do surprise biz (especially on homevideo) in the States, where Disney Xd helped popularize Doraemon by airing the 2005 anime series this past summer. The plot »
- Peter Debruge
This Veterans Day, Tuesday, November 11, to thank America’s troops for their sacrifice and service, active military personnel and veterans will be admitted to Fury free at any Wehrenberg Theatre featuring the film.
The special invitation to America’s military personnel and veterans who show proper (active or veteran) military ID is valid only on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis at each participating location.
All showtimes throughout the day are available (up to theatre capacity), excluding shows in Five Star Lounge. Show times are available at www.wehrenberg.com.
Fury is set in April 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy commands a »
- Movie Geeks
Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Titus Welliver, Sophia Myles, Bingbing Li, T.J. Miller, James Bachman, Thomas Lennon, Charles Parnell | Written by Ehren Kruger | Directed by Michael Bay
After the battle of Chicago, the Transformers, both Autobot and Decepticon alike, are no longer welcome on earth. They are on the run and the humans are on the offensive, killing any transformers they find and harvesting the metal inside. They are then using that metal to make their own transformers which are bigger and better than the originals. At the same time, down on his luck inventor Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) and his daughter (Nicola Peltz) make the discovery of a lifetime when, what was thought to be a harmless scrap truck, turns out to be no other than leader of the Autobots, Optimus Prime himself. This, however puts them in the targets of both human and Decepticon alike, »
- Richard Axtell
Photo credit: Cook Allender
Currently shooting in Louisiana, the photo shows a scene with U.S. Marine Gabriel Drummer played by Shia Labeouf who is accompanied by his best friend, Devin Roberts played by Jai Courtney as they search for Drummer’s family in a savage post-apocalyptic America. In this shot, they intercept Charles, played by Clifton Collins Jr., an apocalyptic survivor.
In a savage post-apocalyptic America, U.S. Marine Gabriel Drummer (La Beouf), searches desperately for the whereabouts of his estranged son, Jonathan and wife, Natalie (Mara). Accompanied by his best friend Devin Roberts (Courtney), a hardnosed marine whose natural instinct is to shoot first and ask questions later, the two intercept Charles (Clifton Collins Jr.), an apocalyptic survivor carrying vital information about the whereabouts of Gabriel’s family. »
- Michelle McCue
Solution Entertainment Group has released the first image from the Shia Labeouf-led psychological thriller "Man Down" which also Gary Oldman, Kate Mara and Jai Courtney. Set in a savage post-apocalyptic America, Labeouf and Courtney play a pair who are in search of the former's family.
"Zhang Yimou's first English-language film, 'The Great Wall' at Legendary East, has seen a budget increase to $135 million with filming to begin in February. The period action spectacular with sci-fi elements is currently casting..." (full details)
"Ivanhoe Pictures has picked up the film rights to Ryan Graudin's young adult action-adventure novel 'The Walled City'. The story follows three teenagers who are fighting to survive and escape a lawless, walled city..." (full details)
- Garth Franklin
Warning: Shia Labeouf and Jai Courtney have guns, and they aren't afraid to use them. As two U.S. marines on a mission in post-apocalyptic America, the "Transformers" star and his cohort threaten a hapless man (Clifton Collins Jr.) in this new still from "Man Down," a psychological thriller from director Dito Montiel ("A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints") that also stars Gary Oldman and Kate Mara. Below the photo you can check out a full synopsis for the film, which is currently shooting on location in Louisiana. Photo credit: Cook Allender In a savage post-apocalyptic America, U.S. Marine Gabriel Drummer (La Beouf), searches desperately for the whereabouts of his estranged son, Jonathan and wife, Natalie (Mara). Accompanied by his best friend Devin Roberts (Courtney), a hardnosed marine whose natural instinct is to shoot first and ask questions later, the two intercept Charles (Clifton Collins Jr.), an apocalyptic survivor »
- Chris Eggertsen
In Man Down, the story is set in a savage post-apocalyptic America. U.S. Marine Gabriel Drummer (Shia Labeouf), searches desperately for the whereabouts of his estranged son, Jonathan and wife, Natalie (Kate Mara). Accompanied by his best friend Devin Roberts (Jai Courtney), a hardnosed marine whose natural instinct is to shoot first and ask questions later, the two intercept Charles (Clifton Collins Jr.), an apocalyptic survivor carrying vital information about the whereabouts of Gabriel's family. As we revisit the past, we are guided in unraveling the puzzle of Gabriel's experience and what will eventually lead us to​ the origin of this war torn America.​
With the American Film Market upon us we're going to probably continue to get a few more of these first looks as films look for distribution across the globe. Today's offers up a first picture from Man Down, a new psychological thriller from Dito Montiel (A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints) starring Shia Labeouf, Gary Oldman, Kate Mara, Jai Courtney and Clifton Collins Jr. The film is currently shooting and the picture above depicts a scene in which Labeouf plays U.S. Marine Gabriel Drummer, accompanied by his best friend, Devin Roberts (Courtney) as they search for Drummer's family in a savage post-apocalyptic America. In this shot, they've intercepted Charles (Collins Jr.), an apocalyptic survivor. Here's the official synopsis: In a savage post-apocalyptic America, U.S. Marine Gabriel Drummer (La Beouf), searches desperately for the whereabouts of his estranged son, Jonathan and wife, Natalie (Mara). Accompanied by his best friend »
- Brad Brevet
Dito Montiel is responsible for bringing out of Shia La Beouf one of his most empathetic performances with his directorial debut, A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints. Filmed in 2006 before the more-method-than-Brando actor embarked on a frankly loony series of highly-publicized stunts, he put in a solid turn. Now that the duo are collaborating once more for Man Down, it does bring into question La Beouf’s infamous bag-wearing incident, during which he made sure it was known he was out of the ‘biz.
In the film, La Beouf plays U.S. Marine Gabriel Drummer, who lives in a future American dystopia. Setting off to find his estranged wife (Kate Mara) and son, he brings along his best buddy Devin (Jai Courtney) and the pair commence on tracking down what remains of his family.
This first glimpse at the movie, which is currently in production, shows the best buds as »
- Gem Seddon
Back in September we learned that Shia Labeouf, Kate Mara and Gary Oldman were set to star in Dito Montiel’s Man Down. The psychological thriller was penned by Adam Simon (Synapse) and we have the very first look at the movie to share with you below. I know many of you are not too high on Labeouf but I’ve always enjoyed his screen presence even when the material is a little disjointed (think Eagle Eye). He brought some of his best work with Fury last month so hopefully »
- Graham McMorrow
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