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Chrissy Teigen Shares Her Amazing Hack for Making Your Own Pixy Stix (and Jalapeño Chips!)

Chrissy Teigen Shares Her Amazing Hack for Making Your Own Pixy Stix (and Jalapeño Chips!)
Chrissy Teigen has recently had some major food revelations—and she’s sharing the news with her fans.

The model and cookbook author posted on Twitter on Monday night, sharing two Diy tips for making your own Pixy Stix and jalapeño chips at home, which apparently left her shocked.

“Whoa you can dehydrate jalapeños, grind them into fine dust and make your own jalapeño chips,” Teigen posted. “Whaaaaaat.”

A few minutes later she posted again, sharing how to make your own pixie sticks.

“Whoa. You can dehydrate chunks of fruit, grind them into a fine powder, add sugar and pour
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Hannah Marks, Liana Liberato to Star in High School Comedy ‘Banana Split’

Hannah Marks, Liana Liberato to Star in High School Comedy ‘Banana Split’
Hannah Marks, Liana Liberato, and Dylan Sprouse are starring in the high school comedy “Banana Split,” which will begin production this month in Syracuse, N.Y.

Will Phelps, Glen Trotiner, and Sam Slater are producing. Marks co-wrote the film with Joey Power, and both will also serve as executive producers with Rowan Riley. Mickey Liddell and Jeremy Garelick’s newly formed venture, American High, is fully financing the movie.

“’Banana Split’ is a movie about an unexpected female friendship during the pivotal transition between high school and college,” she said. “This project is so close to me, and I am thrilled to be working with such funny and talented people.”

Banana Split” also stars “Red Oaks” actress Jessica Hecht, Luke Spencer Roberts, Addison Riecke and “Spider-man: Homecoming” star Jacob Batalon. The film will be the directorial debut of cinematographer Ben Kasulke.

“I am so honored to be working on a phenomenal script by my old friends [link=nm
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Robin Williams' Daughter Pays Tribute on Aladdin 25th Anniversary

Robin Williams' Daughter Pays Tribute on Aladdin 25th Anniversary
Disney's Aladdin has officially turned 25. The animated classic helped cement the new wave of Disney animated movies in the 90s, which spawned some of the most beloved titles in the history of the Mouse House, such as The Lion King and Mulan. There are many things to love about the movie to this day, but at the very top of probably everyone's list is Robin Williams and his legendary performance as Genie. To honor the 25th anniversary of Aladdin, Robin Williams' daughter, Zelda Williams, posted a loving tribute to the movie and to her father on social media.

Sadly, Robin Williams' passed away in 2014, so he isn't around to share the love that fans have for the movie all of these years later. But his daughter knows just how much people care about her father and Genie as a character. To honor the occasion, she posted a gif
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Magic Carpet Ride Back In Time: Aladdin Star Scott Weinger Pays Homage on Film's 25th Anniversary

Magic Carpet Ride Back In Time: Aladdin Star Scott Weinger Pays Homage on Film's 25th Anniversary
Everyone’s favorite street rat is celebrating 25 years since he first discovered a whole new world.

Scott Weinger, who voiced Aladdin in the beloved animated Disney film, marked the anniversary of the movie’s 1992 release on Saturday with an adorable throwback picture with his co-star, Linda Larkin, who originally voiced Princess Jasmine.

“Hey Princess @lindalarkinofficial can you believe #Aladdin was released 25 years ago today?” he captioned the cuddly snap. “I’d lie to you about being a prince just to fly you around the world on a Magic Carpet all over again.”

The actress re-posted the photo on her own account and commented,
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Juno Temple and Jon Bass ‘Meet Cute’ In Twisted New Short Film About Romance Gone Totally Awry — Watch

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Juno Temple and Jon Bass ‘Meet Cute’ In Twisted New Short Film About Romance Gone Totally Awry — Watch
Nick (Jon Bass) would like to think he’s “endearing weird,” but the world seems to perceive him as “weird weird.” That’s tough enough, but when the feisty Dani (Juno Temple) is thrown into the mix, Nick’s non-endearing weirdness is pushed to some crazy ends.

In Ben Smith and Megan McDonnell’s “Meet Cute” (written by Smith and produced by Josh Thurston), what’s meant to be a low-key study date between the two adorably mismatched stars shifts and changes over the course of an afternoon, initially weird, then charming, then right back to weird weird. (Short version: Hey, it’s really easy to be confused for a serial killer.)

Read More:Steven Soderbergh Shot a Secret Movie on His iPhone, Starring Claire Foy and Juno Temple

As wacky as Nick may be, his open-hearted nature inspires the often-guarded Dani to play along, and the pair’s forced
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How Robin Williams' Daughter Zelda Is Building a Career Out of Her Father's Shadow

How Robin Williams' Daughter Zelda Is Building a Career Out of Her Father's Shadow
Zelda Williams has it all figured out. Or, at the very least, she has the confidence and enthusiasm to make everyone think she does. Williams, the only daughter of the late actor Robin Williams, is forging her own path in Hollywood in the wake of the very large footsteps left by her father's legacy. She spoke candidly to E! News about her goals and the hard road it took to get to this place, and her story leaves everyone with the impression that she has a very big impression to leave on the industry. The topic of the day has been whether hurdles are larger for women in Hollywood, but she says most of her early struggles went deeper than that.  "I was just a difficult kid," she...
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Exclusive: Kyle Harris Teases the ‘Stitchers’ Season Finale That Will Leave You 'Screaming at Your TV'

Exclusive: Kyle Harris Teases the ‘Stitchers’ Season Finale That Will Leave You 'Screaming at Your TV'
As the season three finale of Freeform’s Stitchers quickly approaches, fans can be sure of one thing: they will get answers.

“It gives us the answers we have been wanting,” Kyle Harris, who plays Cameron, tells Et about the impending finale.

The series follows a government agency where people can “stitch” into the memories of individuals recently killed to investigate their unsolved murders.

“This season finale is a culmination of all the mythology that we have been watching throughout these first three seasons,” Harris explains. “Everything that has to do with the purpose of the program, who picks the stitch cases, what is going on with Kirsten’s parents, all of that comes to a head.”

Exclusive: The Cast of ‘Stitchers’ Talks Season 3 Romances And The Real Life Murders They Would Solve

In the episode, titled “Maternis,” Kirsten (Emma Ishta) must perform the most important stitch of her life with the help of an unlikely source
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Exclusive: ‘Stitchers’ Actress Salli Richardson-Whitfield on the Pressures of Directing For Oprah

Exclusive: ‘Stitchers’ Actress Salli Richardson-Whitfield on the Pressures of Directing For Oprah
Following the enormous box office and critical success of director Patty JenkinsWonder Woman, 2017 can easily be dubbed the year of women in entertainment. Case in point: Actress Salli Richardson-Whitfield directing an upcoming episode of Stitchers, the procedural Freeform drama she has starred on for three seasons.

“This is definitely a great time for women to really be in the trenches of this,” Richardson-Whitfield tells Et.

Richardson-Whitfield portrays Maggie Baptiste on the series, which follows a government agency where you can “stitch” into the memories of people recently killed to investigate their unsolved murders.

Exclusive: The Cast of ‘Stitchers’ Talks Season 3 Romances And The Real Life Murders They Would Solve

Despite this being the first time the actress will be directing for Stitchers, Richardson-Whitfield is no stranger to the directing chair, in fact, she got her start thanks to her good friend, Selma director Ava Duvernay!

“I did a film for Ava Duvernay, which was her
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Jill Duggar's Husband Derick Dillard Slammed for Bullying TLC's Jazz Jennings and Transgender Women

Jill Duggar's Husband Derick Dillard Slammed for Bullying TLC's Jazz Jennings and Transgender Women
Counting On star Derick Dillard appears to have taken issue with another reality show on TLC.

On Wednesday, Dillard -- a devout Christian -- tweeted out a disapproving message about Jazz Jennings' show, I Am Jazz, which follows the 16-year-old reality star's life as a transgender woman.

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"What an oxymoron... a 'reality' show which follows a non-reality," he tweeted in response to TLC promoting the show on social media. "'Transgender' is a myth. Gender is not fluid; it's ordained by God."

The tweet caused some backlash for Dillard. "The oxymoron is your Christian faith teaches God will judge, not you," one Twitter user responded. "Yet here you are judging a brave soul for being different than you."

"Please explain to me how anything that She is doing affects you at all? Some Christian you are," another commenter declared.

Dillard replied to one Twitter user who wrote: "Is it necessary for a grown man to throw
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Blake Lively Reacts to Donald Trump's Transgender Military Ban: 'No Human Being Is a Burden'

Blake Lively Reacts to Donald Trump's Transgender Military Ban: 'No Human Being Is a Burden'
Blake Lively joins a slew of A-listers speaking out against President Donald Trump's plans to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military.

The All I See Is You star took to Instagram on Thursday to share her views on Trump's controversial decision, which he announced via Twitter on Tuesday.

Watch: Celebrities Passionately React to Donald Trump's Plan for Transgender Military Ban: 'Despicable'

Lively shared a photo of members from the United States Army parading down a street while carrying a variety of Lgbt flags, including one symbolizing the transgender community.

"This is America," she captioned it, tagging the American Civil Liberties Union (Aclu). "We the people. All The People. Today I stand with our fellow citizens. No human being is a burden."

"I believe in equality. In freedom. In opportunity. In kindness, acceptance, and fairness," she continued. "I believe in this country, so I, and many others, sign the petition
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Exclusive: Dark/Web Banner Hits For Anthology Segment 'Zero'!

The twisted world of Dark/Web is slowly approaching. If you’ve ever needed a reason to fear the world the internet, this upcoming series is sure to give you one. With its healthy combination of both serialized and anthological storytelling, Dark/Web seems poised to scratch an itch that a lot of consumers are having.

If you’re unfamiliar with the digital series, here’s the official synopsis:

"When Ethan (Elerding), Sam (McKissack) and James (Nardelli) find themselves the target of cryptic emails from someone posing as their childhood friend Molly (Gonzales), they assume she’s been the victim of an all-too-common hack. After they reach out to alert her, however, they discover that Molly’s been missing for months and no one has any idea what happened to her.As the emails keep coming, each containing a tale written by Molly, her friends realize that this may be
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Zelda Williams on Finding Her Own Way in Hollywood: 'I Knew I Was Never Going to Be My Father'

Zelda Williams on Finding Her Own Way in Hollywood: 'I Knew I Was Never Going to Be My Father'
Zelda Williams isn’t surprised when people compare her to her late father, Robin Williams, but the actress isn’t putting any pressure on herself to follow in the beloved actor’s footsteps.

“I didn’t go into acting with any ideas of where I’d wind up,” she tells People exclusively. “Maybe this is pessimistic, but I knew I was never going to be my father, so I went into it because I love it.”

As passionate about writing scripts and directing as she is about acting, “it’s not a bourgeoisie thing for me,” explains the actress, 27, who
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Robin Williams’ Daughter Zelda on Healing — and Battling Online Trolls

Robin Williams’ Daughter Zelda on Healing — and Battling Online Trolls
After losing her father Robin Williams to suicide nearly three years ago, Zelda Williams leaned on her loved ones for support — and it was the ones who truly listened that made all the difference.

“I did have those friends who were lovely and I really appreciate when they were like, ‘Come on! Let’s go to Disneyland!’ and I was like, ‘No, not today. Having a panic attack today,” she tells People exclusively. “But the ones who would show up and brought groceries, sat down with me and just wanted to be there, those people made a huge difference.”

On
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Star Wars 8 and Doctor Strange Directors Get in Heated Twitter Argument

Star Wars 8 and Doctor Strange Directors Get in Heated Twitter Argument
Director Rian Johnson, the man behind this Christmas's Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson had some good old-fashioned Twitter beef last night. The directors got into an argument about personal preference in the art of making movies. Which is a rally that should probably be saved for an in-person debate, not over social media. But that's not what happened as both directors traded barbs on Twitter to an audience of roughly 400,000 followers. It all started when Derrickson took to his Twitter account to declare this opinion.

"Cinema is emotion over technique. If you want technique paint a picture or even write a book. People go to the movies to be moved."

Scott Derrickson's declaration may be more than a little pretentious, but it is his opinion. Rian Johnson, who clearly disagrees with this statement responds with a simple "What," like he can't believe what he just read.
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Dark Web Captures More Cast and Crew: A Series Update

A few more details are emerging for the webseries Dark Web. This fourteen part serialized sci-fi release will star screen legend Robert David (Die Hard) and Julie Benz. As well, Hannah Marks and Zelda Williams (daughter of Robin Williams), will star in the episode "Zero." Meanwhile, Davi and Hayley Marie Norman will show in "Transplant." Writers include: Chris Webster, Mario Miscione, Tim Nardelli and many more. A look ahead, at some of the webisodes, is available here. Episodes, such as "Rideshare," look at the dangers of the deep web. Themes of: paranoia, isolation, vanity, loss of identity and others are looked at. Other named episodes include: "Zero," "Rideshare," "Viral," and "Eat Prey, Love." The short "Viral" looks at a college freshman and the vicious of rumours. More story details will be announced as more episodes are completed. The series is expected to finish shooting this Summer. At this point, Dark
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‘Dark/Web’ Series Adds Robert Davi, Hayley Marie Norman, Dora Madison

‘Dark/Web’ Series Adds Robert Davi, Hayley Marie Norman, Dora Madison
Robert Davi, Hayley Marie Norman, Dora Madison, Griffin Freeman, Cole Bernstein, Duane Shepard Sr. and Amin El Gamal have boarded forthcoming anthology thriller “Dark/Web,” Variety has learned exclusively.

The eight-part series deals with the horrors of the tech crazed world. Davi, Norman and Shepard star in a “Transplant” segment written and directed by Mario Miscione (“The Vault”) and centered on a terminally ill man in need of a heart transplant who turns to black market organ sales on the deep web run by an ethically challenged doctor (Davi). The heart saves his life, but the dark side effects that come with it lead to a search for its true owner.

Madison, Freeman, Bernstein, and Gamal star in a segment written and directed by Michael Nardelli, starring Madison as a college freshman and aspiring screenwriter who sleeps with campus golden boy (Freeman), followed by rumors abounding across social media suggesting she’s contracted a horrific Std. As
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‘Dark/Web’ Series Adds Robert Davi, Hayley Marie Norman, Dora Madison

‘Dark/Web’ Series Adds Robert Davi, Hayley Marie Norman, Dora Madison
Robert Davi, Hayley Marie Norman, Dora Madison, Griffin Freeman, Cole Bernstein, Duane Shepard Sr. and Amin El Gamal have boarded forthcoming anthology thriller “Dark/Web,” Variety has learned exclusively.

The eight-part series deals with the horrors of the tech crazed world. Davi, Norman and Shepard star in a “Transplant” segment written and directed by Mario Miscione (“The Vault”) and centered on a terminally ill man in need of a heart transplant who turns to black market organ sales on the deep web run by an ethically challenged doctor (Davi). The heart saves his life, but the dark side effects that come with it lead to a search for its true owner.

Madison, Freeman, Bernstein, and Gamal star in a segment written and directed by Michael Nardelli, starring Madison as a college freshman and aspiring screenwriter who sleeps with campus golden boy (Freeman), followed by rumors abounding across social media suggesting
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Horror Highlights: The Ouija Board Secret, New Episode of Splathouse, Dark/Web, Legion Where?House

Andrea Ricca is a one-man band. He wrote, directed, and edited the short film The Ouija Board Secret, which kicks off today’s Horror Highlights! Also: listen to a new episode of The Splathouse, new images from the anthology series Dark/Web, and photos from FX’s Legion Where?House event.

Watch the Short Film The Ouija Board Secret: “The Ouija Board Secret” is an independent short film that was produced by only one person: the director Andrea Ricca who did the scripting, shooting, acting, editing, special effects, 3d modellation, and animation.

Andrea Ricca is an independent director who has realized, since 1998, some science fiction and horror short movies. They reached 14 million views online and were welcomed positively by international reviews such as the historical “Hammer Film”, the English “SFX UK”, the french “Ecran Fantastique”, “Starburst” and many more (Horror Society, Dread Central, Horror Movie.CA, Harrow In The Head,
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Exclusive: Dark/Web Begins Shooting Episode Written By Lrm Reader (Images)

Lrm has exclusively learned that as of Wednesday, January 26, the production on the Dark/Web anthology episode “Hacked” has officially begun! Those of you following the progress of the upcoming digital series Dark/Web may recognize the episode title, which was written by one of our readers, Christopher Webster, whose script won over the producers of Dark/Web, and made its way into the actual show.

Dark/Web is a unique hybrid of serialized and anthological storytelling. It contains and overarching narrative, but within each of the episodes is a separate, standalone anthology that somehow plays into the main plot of the story. Webster’s own script will be one of those standalone pieces. Each episode of Dark/Web explores themes related to the internet and the dangers present in the murky, unexplained layers of the web. Paranoia, isolation, vanity, loss of identity, the viral nature of ideas and social
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New Dark/Web Images and Episode Details

Felt Films have released new images for their upcoming anthology series, Dark/Web, along with a list of episode titles and the filmmakers who will be bringing them to life. The six stand-alone episodes dealing with the dangers of a totally connected world are: "Eat.Prey.Love", written and directed by Roxy Shih, "Rideshare", written and directed by Boman Modine, "Hacked" directed by Eric Salberg and written by Christopher Webster, "Zero" director and writer Zelda Williams, "Blackheart" written and directed by Mario Miscione and "Viral" written and directed by Michael Nardelli. [Full disclosure: Yes, I wrote the Dark/Web episode, "Hacked".] Dark/Web is the brainchild of brothers and Felt Films founders Michael and Tim Nardelli, and Mario Miscione; creators of the cult hit Circle, which was purchased for distribution...

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