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James Corden Spreads His Legs For Channing Tatum In Hilarious ‘Magic Mike’ Audition — Watch

James Corden Spreads His Legs For Channing Tatum In Hilarious ‘Magic Mike’ Audition — Watch
Everyone likes a little jiggle with their wiggle, so why wouldn’t James Corden make an excellent addition to the “Magic Mike” crew? Channing Tatum isn’t so sure, but he still gave the host of “The Late Late Show” a chance to strut his stuff. In a hilarious new sketch, Corden stopped by an open call led by Tatum and his crew of Adonis-like dancers. The adorable bear had a spring in his step and a song in his heart as he attempted to chest bump, grind the floor, and strip down to his skivvies all in the name of joining the coolest dance crew in town. The results are just as hilarious as you might expect.

Before Corden even gets to dance for Tatum, however, he must convince his ripped buddy using only his persuasive charms and a long string of silly nick names. “Chan,” “Jackie Chan,” “Channy Channy Bang Bang,
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James Corden Spreads His Legs For Channing Tatum In Hilarious ‘Magic Mike’ Audition — Watch

James Corden Spreads His Legs For Channing Tatum In Hilarious ‘Magic Mike’ Audition — Watch
Everyone likes a little jiggle with their wiggle, so why wouldn’t James Corden make an excellent addition to the “Magic Mike” crew? Channing Tatum isn’t so sure, but he still gave the host of “The Late Late Show” a chance to strut his stuff. In a hilarious new sketch, Corden stopped by an open call led by Tatum and his crew of Adonis-like dancers. The adorable bear had a spring in his step and a song in his heart as he attempted to chest bump, grind the floor, and strip down to his skivvies all in the name of joining the coolest dance crew in town. The results are just as hilarious as you might expect.

Before Corden even gets to dance for Tatum, however, he must convince his ripped buddy using only his persuasive charms and a long string of silly nick names. “Chan,” “Jackie Chan,” “Channy Channy Bang Bang,
See full article at Indiewire »

30 Amazing Wu Xia Movies To Enjoy

When I think of Wu Xia movies, I immediately think of Shaw Brothers and the many classic they have made over the years. What I love about this genre is many things, the Swordplay, The Characters, Story lines, Setting, Costumes and much more.

Wu Xia, traditionally is a form of literature. But after high demand over the years it’s become involoved in many art forms such as Movies, Opera, Video Games and beyond. This list of 30 Wu Xia movies listed, i hope you’ll like and want to thank my friend Richard Robinson for contributing to the list. If we missed any classics out, its most probably because we honestly forgot at that time or maybe we haven’t seen all the classic Wu Xia movies so far, anyway enjoy the list and let us know what you thought in the commen box at the bottom.

1.Have Sword Will Travel (1969)

Cast: David Chiang,
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‘Call to Arms’ substitutes sweeping action for epic political intrigue

Call to Arms

Written by San Kong and Siu Laap-Man

Directed by San Kong

Hong Kong, 1972

It is the era of the Chin Dynasty. The emperor himself (Cheng Miu) shows his true megalomaniacal self by invading a series of states to reinforce his iron grip over the land. Region after region falls prey to Chin’s invading forces, merciless and overpowering. Word of mouth tells of the Chao and Wei states being the the next two targets on the power hungry leader’s agenda. Chao is desperate to survive, but its leaders, Su Song (Yeung Chi-Hing), Prince Shun Ling (Chung Wa) and Princess Su Yu (Ha Faan) have not the resources to fend off the oncoming battalions. They seek the help of the Weis, whose leader (Chan Shen) seemingly has no interest in allocating much needed military capital. The Chaos devise a scheme by which the Princess will offer herself to the Wei leader and,
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‘The Young Avenger’ starts brightly but spoils some of its potential

The Young Avenger

Written by Hu Pao and Ko Jui-Fen

Directed by Griffin Yueh Feng

Hong Kong, 1972

Master Li Kui (Tung Lam), aging martial artist and former member of quartet of masters, is protector of a small, peaceful village. One day, a frightful individual from his past, hunchback Liu Tou (Fan Mei-Sheng), arrives in town under the pretense that he seeks specialized martial arts lessons from Li Kui. In truth, he lusts for revenge for his brother’s accidental death many years ago. Li Kui, now retired from teaching, refuses the proposal and fends off Liu Tou’s enraged attacks, but is severely wounded in the process. This prompts him to send away his young niece Bao Zhu to a former ally, Mad Monk, for training. A decade later, Zhu (Shih Szu) returns home to re-acquaint with her family and defend it against the threat of Liu Tou’s wrath.
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