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Natpe Roundup: Fox TV Stations Renew ‘Page Six TV,’ Sony Pictures TV Teams With Tegna

Miami — Day One of the Natpe conference always brings a flurry of deals, partnerships, and pickups.

Fox Television Stations have renewed “Page Six TV” for a second season, as expected. The entertainment news show has been a big priority for Fox as it blends the resources of the New York Post with Fox’s O&O stations, the Endemol Shine North America production unit and the Twentieth TV distribution arm. Ratings since the show’s Sept. 18 debut have been respectable enough to earn a commitment to year two.

“’Page Six TV’ fits our strategy and has shown great promise over its first few months. We expect growth this year, and certainly in year two, as well,” said Frank Cicha, senior VP of programming for Fox Television Stations.

Sony Pictures TV on Tuesday unveiled a distribution pact with station group owner Tegna to handle distribution of Tegna’s growing roster of original series. Sony will also
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Flo Rida Finds Love While Visiting Colombia in "Hola" Music Video (Feat. Maluma)

Flo Rida Finds Love While Visiting Colombia in
Flo Rida and Maluma fall for two beautiful women while in Colombia. Well, at least the storyline for their new music video "Hola."  The track premiered on Nov. 17 and today they dropped the music video, which was shot in 23-year-old singer's hometown of Medellin, Colombia, as reported by People en Español.  In the clip, which was directed by Jessy Terrero, we see the "My House" singer arriving in the city but as fate would have there was stand-still traffic.  That's when he notices a woman that catches his eye as she walks by, and throughout his time there he doesn't give up on letting her know how he feels. Maluma plays the perfect...
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Watch: Flo Rida And Maluma’s New Music Video ‘Hola’

Watch: Flo Rida And Maluma’s New Music Video ‘Hola’
The city of Medellin, Colombia, served as the backdrop for the new music video by Tramar Dillard, better known as Flo Rida, that is being exclusively revealed today by People en Español and People Chica.

The music video for “Hola” —which dropped on November 17th— features the 38-year-old rapper singing a duet with Colombian singer Maluma, 23. The clip that was directed by Jessy Terrero has plenty of dancing, major bling and many beautiful women.

The action kicks off when Flo Rida and his crew get stuck in a traffic jam aboard a taxi in the colorful streets of Medellin. Dazzled by the Colombian women,
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Jennifer Lopez Direct Messaged These Fans — Here's Why

Jennifer Lopez Direct Messaged These Fans — Here's Why
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Jennifer Lopez gets down with Dm. On Friday, the singer released her latest track “Amor, Amor, Amor” and decided to promote it in a unique, but very modern way: She asked her fans to post a screenshot of themselves listening to the tune on social media. In return, she’d shoot the lucky few a direct message.

“Tweet #AmorAmorAmor with a screenshot of you listening to the song. I’ll be DMing some people who do!” the Shades of Blue star tweeted Nov.
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Jennifer Lopez Shares Bts Look of 'Amor Amor Amor' Music Video -- All the Details on Her Fierce Outfits!

Jennifer Lopez Shares Bts Look of  'Amor Amor Amor' Music Video -- All the Details on Her Fierce Outfits!
Jennifer Lopez is on fire in her "Amor Amor Amor" music video!

The 48-year-old entertainer dropped the visual for her latest Spanish-language single earlier this week, and took to Instagram on Saturday to give fans a behind-the-scenes look of the making of the sultry video.

Directed by Jessy Terrero, the clip shows J.Lo arriving on set and filming various scenes with reggaeton artist Wisin. The music video was filmed at NYC's Bowery subway station.

Watch: Jennifer Lopez Returns to Her Roots in 'Amor, Amor, Amor' Music Video

While the singer's dance moves are on point, her fierce fashion style also stands out! Styled by RandM, Lopez rocked two very expensive looks. 

Her J. Mendel fur coat cost a whopping $22,000! She styled the luxurious jacket with $898 camouflaged leather shorts, black leather lace-up boots by Sergio Rossi worth $1,495, Jennifer Fisher hoop earrings worth $650 and a $29 cropped Guess T-shirt.

Meanwhile, those thigh-high denim Balmain boots cost $2,295, and her Prive Revaux
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Jennifer Lopez Returns to Her Roots in 'Amor, Amor, Amor' Music Video

Jennifer Lopez Returns to Her Roots in 'Amor, Amor, Amor' Music Video
Jenny is back on the block!

Jennifer Lopez returns to her New York City roots in her new music video for "Amor, Amor, Amor," featuring Wisin. 

The 48-year-old singer slays in the Spanish language track, letting her long hair down in a fierce Guess jumpsuit look. The video was directed by Jessy Terrero and filmed at NYC's Bowery subway station. 

J.Lo shows off her toned bod in another get-up, rocking a sexy Guess crop top and Camouflaged shorts as she dances it out with World of Dance alums Eva Igo, Diana Pombo, The Lab and Ian Eastwood, as well as the Power Peralta twins. 

Watch: Jennifer Lopez Teases 'Amor Amor Amor' Music Video With Sultry Clip

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Lopez is definitely feeling the amor with her boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez.

In an interview with Vanity Fair last month, J-Rod opened up about
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Ricky Martin and Maluma Debut Music Video for "Vente Pa'Ca"

Ricky Martin and Maluma Debut Music Video for
Ricky Martin and Maluma really know how to party! The Puerto Rican and Colombian artists just released their music video for "Vente Pa'Ca" and it's all sorts of hot.  It all goes down in Miami when Ricky and Maluma coincidentally run into each other while at a swanky hotel. Then in true Miami style, the two have numerous parties and even one grand rooftop soiree.  The music video had over 50 extras and was directed by Jessy Terrero.  The track was originally written in English as "Some Kind of a Dream" and adapted into Spanish by Mau and Ricky Montaner, the sons of singer Ricardo Montaner.  Tomorrow, Sep. 23, "Vente Pa'Ca will...
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Val Kilmer: examining his recent straight-to-dvd movies

Kirsten Howard Sep 13, 2016

We examine the recent Val Kilmer movies, that happened to have bypasses cinemas...

Once upon a time, Val Kilmer’s individual look - defined by a little Swedish blood from his mother’s side - had hearts pumping. Those looks, along with his arrogant, edgy attitude and acting style, helped him clinch plenty of complimentary roles during the 80s and early-90s. Films like Top Secret, Top Gun, Willow and my personal favourite Real Genius were pushing him toward a stellar career back then, and his star was steadily rising.

See also: a closer look at what may be Val Kilmer's weirdest film

But Kilmer came down from a serious high of Heat and Tombstone in the mid-90s when he signed on to the notorious clusterfuck that was The Island Of Dr. Moreau, and only recently has the part he played in its disastrous production come to light.
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Maluma Strips Down to His Boxer-Briefs and Shows Off Almost Everything in Racy Photo on Instagram

Maluma Strips Down to His Boxer-Briefs and Shows Off Almost Everything in Racy Photo on Instagram
We're all looking at the beach…right? Singer Maluma felt generous this morning and shared this racy photo with fans. We see the star in nothing but boxers in a gorgeous beach in the Dominican Republic. The 22-year-old star is filming his latest music video "Sin Contrato" and also attending the second annual Heat Awards. Jessy Terrero, who is behind Maluma's previous video, is also directing this new video. "El Perdedor" features the singer falling for a girl whose father doesn't approve of their relationship, the video has generated more than 128 million views on YouTube since its premiere in April. The talented Colombian is the first male Latino artist...
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'Soul Plane' Coming Out on Blu-Ray DVD in June (Blu-Ray of the Year…No it Isn’t)

Several years ago I attended a panel which though wasn’t about film did have as one of the panelists Jessy Terrero the director of Soul Plane. Needless to say, he tried to defend his film as being a misunderstood satire. The audience for the most part wasn’t having it, but he tried anyway. I think it’s safe to say that Soul Plane is considered one of the true nadirs of black cinema. If you squint your eyes and strain hard enough you can kind of see what they had in mind - a sort of wild satire commenting and upending every black stereotype that you can think of. But the film, about a guy who uses the millions he won in a lawsuit against a flight company to create his...
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This World Cup Soccer Short Is Spike Lee's Best Film In Years

As the eyes of the globe turn to Brazil for the start of the World Cup 2014 tournament, Spike Lee and a bevy of talented filmmakers turned out short films that speak to the soccer-loving faithful, the experimental film audience, and the global cinematic community, as a whole. Spike Lee has delivered a spin on The Game, a short film he shot on location in Brazil as part of an initiative sponsored by Pepsi. Lee.s short, which is available on iTunes, is part of the larger Pepsi Max.s Beats of the Beautiful Game visual album, which consists of 11 songs and companion short films from exciting directors. In addition to Spike Lee, short films for the project are being turned in from Idris Elba, Jessy Terrero, Diego Luna, Andy Morahan and The Kolton Brothers, according to THR. You can watch Lee.s short film, titled Pixote.s Game, above. Truthfully?
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A Ten-Year Anniversary (2004-2014): Top 10 Cinematic Duds from Yesterday

Has it actually been ten years already since we have been engaged in the realm of films dating back to 2004? A decade is certainly a long period of time to build our appreciation for cinema up until this critical point in 2014. In looking back at 2004, one can recall fondly some of the more desirable releases to come out at that time. For instance, the superb Million Dollar Baby was the Academy Award-winning film for 2004. Even the comedies that were released that year gave movie audiences cause to rejoice with such ditties as the sleeper indie hit Napoleon Dynamite and well as mainstream laughers in Mean Girls and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgandy.

Unfortunately for every gem there is a dud and then some. And 2004 had its share to say the least. So how about getting nostalgic and recalling some of the notable misses that were heaped on misled moviegoers
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Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull Debut "Live It Up" Video: Watch Here!

One day after performing the hit on the season finale of "American Idol" and two days before singing it at the Billboard Music Awards, the music video for Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull's "Live It Up" premiered on Friday (May 17).

From the runways of Paris to the beaches of San Tropez, the former "American Idol" judge shows off her sculpted bod as she belts out what the pair hope to be one of the hottest summer hits of the year.

Directed by Jessy Terrero, the making of the video wasn't as glamorous as the outcome, as J-Lo was whisked away after hearing gunfire during the shoot.

On a Fort Lauderdale beach earlier this month, the 43-year-old pop star was in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" when shots rang out. Luckily, no injuries were reported.
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DVD Review Round-Up: Crossfire & The People I’ve Slept With


Stars: Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson, Forest Whittaker, Robert DeNiro | Written by L. Philippe Casseus | Directed by Jessy Terrero

Jonas “Malo” Moldanado is the son of a slain police officer who joins the NYPD (50 Cent) as a rookie cop and is taken in under the wing of a veteran vice officer, Sarcone, played by De Niro. But while Malo is tasked with cleaning up both the force and the streets, corrupt Sarcone and his crew have a very different way of tackling vice. The young rookie soon gets an education in the reality on the street as it becomes apparent that cops are the biggest hustlers out there.

Oh how the mighty have fallen.

Crossfire comes from 50 Cent’s own production company and features Mr. Wooden himself (aka Fiddy Cent) in the lead and Forest Whittaker and Robert DeNiro seemingly slumming it up in a low-budget, horrendously scripted crime “thriller” which
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Crossfire DVD Review

Director: Jessy Terrero

Starring: Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson, Forest Whitaker, Robert De Niro

Running time: 96 minutes

Certificate: 18

Extras: N/A

Unless your hobbies include snorting cocaine off six-packs, having gratuitous (and badly filmed) sex with prostitutes, being incredibly racist, selling drugs to children or murdering random civilians, it’s unlikely you’ll find a character in Crossfire that’s easy to relate to. Or indeed, that’s likeable in any way, shape or form.

Such are the events which make up the 96 minutes of runtime Crossfire somehow manages to fill, lead by none other than renowned, veteran actor Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson. Only kidding. About the veteran bit, that is – Fiddy is indeed in the lead role of this film. Maybe you can see where the problems stem from. Nevertheless, to put all the blame on Jackson is to blame the downfall of the Second Reich squarely on Hitler. He may have a central role,
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DVD Playhouse: September 2012

By Allen Gardner

Quadrophenia (Criterion) Franc Roddam’s 1979 film based on The Who’s classic rock opera tells the story of working class lad Jimmy (Phil Daniels) struggling to find his identity in a rapidly changing Britain, circa 1965. Jimmy is a “mod,” a youth movement dedicated to wearing snappy suits, driving Vespa motor scooters bedecked with side mirrors, popping amphetamines and obsessed with the new sound of bands like The Who and The Kinks. Their other pastime is engaging in bloody brawls with “rockers,” throwbacks to the 1950s, who listen to Elvis and Gene Vincent, wear leather biker gear, grease in their hair and drive massive motorcycles a la Marlon Brando in “The Wild One.” Often cited as a worthy successor to “Rebel Without a Cause” as the greatest angry youth picture ever made, it is that and more, including a first cousin to the “kitchen sink” dramas of scribes John Osborne,
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Freelancers – The Blu Review

By Dan Schindel

How Robert de Niro and Forest Whitaker ended up in a movie that essentially went straight to DVD and Blu-Ray is beyond me. That playing second fiddle to 50 Cent is even more mystifying. No matter what kind of star power is in it, though, Freelancers lives up to (down to?) the expectations that enter one.s head when they hear .straight-to-dvd movie starring a rapper.. It is not good. At all.

Cent plays Jonas .Malo. Malonado, whose police officer father was murdered when he was a boy. Now, Malo and two of his friends (Ryan O.Nan and Malcolm Goodwin) are themselves fresh-faced members of the NYPD. The trio is taken under the wing of Joe Sarcone (De Niro), Malo.s father.s former partner, who is now the head of a drug task force. Sarcone and his associates Larue (Whitaker) and Morrison (Matt Gerald) are massively corrupt,
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Blu-ray Review: Don’t Waste Your Time on Dull ‘Freelancers’

Chicago – We get a lot of Blu-rays and DVDs in the office of films that come straight to the format that we don’t think are really worth our time or yours. The less said about them, the better. And yet every once in awhile, something passes through the Usps that seems like it might draw more attention that the typical straight-to-dvd junk. An action movie with two Oscar winners and gritty style? Sounds like a perfect late summer rental? “Freelancers” is very far from perfect.

Rating: 1.0/5.0

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson might have once been a big enough star to allow producers to get over the fact that he’s too dull here to warrant giving this flick a theatrical release. Jackson is not an interesting protagonist but that’s not the biggest problem with “Freelancers.” If a computer program was fed cliches about the “bad cop action genre,
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Freelancers Blu-ray Review

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The Movie Pool goes rogue for the Freelancers Blu-ray!

The Set-up

A rookie NYC cop (Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson) finds that his training officer is part of a band of crooked cops, whose leader (Robert DeNiro) protects the city's organized crime. Also stars Forest Whitaker and Dana Delaney.

Directed by: Jessy Terrero

The Delivery

Freelancers is a convoluted cop film that tries to be Training Day, but gets dragged down by multiple pointless character arcs and a mumbling performance from rapper turned actor Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. That's really too bad, because despite Jackson's lack of acting skills and a cliche-ridden script, there's actually a decent cop movie here.

Mind you, this isn't Heat or Copland or anything close to that, but Freelancers is watchable when it isn't tripping itself up. Terrero seems like a competent director, and the films certainly looks good, but the script by L. Philippe Casseus tries way
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New Freelancers Clips – Stars Robert De Niro, Curtis .50 Cent. Jackson, Forest Whitaker

The brotherhood between cops is sacred, but it.s not stronger than the bond between a father and son, especially when it.s a matter of justice. From a producer of 16 Blocks and Righteous Kill comes these new clips for the action packed police thriller, Freelancers, premiering on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, Digital Download and On Demand on August 21, 2012. The film will also be available in theaters for a limited release on August 10, 2012. Multi-platinum recording artist and rising Hollywood film star Curtis .50 Cent. Jackson (Get Rich or Die Tryin.) adds to his growing resume as an actor with his portrayal of Malo, the son of a slain NYPD officer who joins the force only to discover the villainous story behind his father.s death.

Jackson is surrounded by an all-star supporting cast that includes two-time Academy Award winner Robert De Niro (Raging Bull, The Godfather Part II) and Best Actor winner
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