New Good Wife Season 6,Episode 6 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS served up the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Good Wife" episode 8 of season 6. The episode currently doesn't have a title for some reason. However, it sounds like things will get quite interesting and intense as both Alicia and Elsbeth face a barrage of charges against their clients, and more. In the new, 6th episode press release: Alicia and Elsbeth are going to put aside their differences when the government brings economic espionage charges against both of their clients. Press release number 2: Alicia and Elsbeth will put their legal battle on hold when the government brings an economic espionage charge against both of their clients. In the meantime, Diane is going to set her sights on moving Florrick/Agos/Lockhart into the Lockhart/Gardner/Canning office space, leading to a battle with her former partners David Lee and Louis Canning. Michael J. Fox guest stars as Louis Canning.
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New Good Wife Season 6,Episode 5 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Good Wife" episode 5 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "Shiny Objects," and it sounds like things will get very intense and dramatic as Alicia's firm gets attacked by a vicious hacker, threatening to wipe out all their client files, and more! In the new, 5th episode press release: Alicia and Dean are going to face off against Elsbeth Tascioni and Rayna Hecht in a sex discrimination suit. Press release number 2: When Alicia and Dean represent a fired female CEO in a sex discrimination suit against her company, they will face a tough defense team in familiar foes Elsbeth Tascioni and Rayna Hecht. In the meantime, a hacker is going to seize control and threatens to delete all of Florrick/Agos/Lockhart’s files, sending the firm into panic mode when he demands a ransom. Carrie Preston and
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‘Pain & Gain’ Muscles Its Way To Home Entertainment Platforms

Michael Bay’s break between Transformers movies proved to be a surprise success both critically and financially. Pain & Gain, starring Dwayne Johnson and Mark Wahlberg, followed a trio of hapless workout fanatics who become involved in a kidnapping. The film made great use of its star power and also has the balls to contain a bunch of reprehensible characters. Some great performances and a wonderful visual style from Bay made this a film to remember among all the big budget blockbusters this year, and you can own it on Digital Download from 17th December or on DVD and Blu-ray from 23rd December. Check out the press release below:

Paramount Pictures Home Media Distribution Presents

Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson & Anthony MacKie

In The Action-packed Comedy From Michael Bay

Pain & Gain

Wickedly Funny Film Muscles its Way on to Digital on 17th December and on to

Blu-ray and DVD on 23rd December
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Review: Pain & Gain

It’s an unsettling, almost shameful thing to admit, but Michael Bay has made a good film. It’s a film that, of course, features explosions, scantily clad women and spinning cameras. He’s not become an entirely different person after all. But in Pain & Gain, the true story of a mid-90s plot by Miami bodybuilders to kidnap and extort their way to the top, Bay has made an action-comedy that’s exciting, hilarious and, crucially, self-aware.

That this film has it tongue lodged firmly within its cheek becomes clear in the opening five minutes. We see Mark Wahlberg’s fitness trainer Danny Lugo attempt to outrun a Swat team in the most lethargic slow motion ever before a ‘Six months earlier’ preamble tosses us into a sun-drenched world of muscles and bikinis, where you needn’t have a personality when you can spout self-improvement mantras; and where value
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Katy Perry's "Roar" Lyric Video Is an Emoji Dream; Critics Compare Song to Sara Bareilles "Brave"

Katy Perry's
Omg, did you see the lyric video for Katy Perry's new single "Roar?" Text all your BFFs, because it's an emoji dream! Yes, K.P. got a lot of help from those cutesy graphic symbols in spelling out her uplifting lyrics on the screen of her iPhone. Some of Katy's non-emoji, people pals also help out in getting the song's "I am a champion, and you're gonna hear me roar" message across. Texts from "Shanny" (Shannon Woodward), Ferras, "Johnny Wu" (aka stylist Johnny Wujak), "Mamma Mia" (Mia Moretti) and "Skeet" (Young Skeeter) and a few other friends help to spell out Katy's powerful lyrics, which she reads while eating breakfast, sitting on the...
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Pain & Gain 'Seminar' Clip

Pain & Gain 'Seminar' Clip
Multi-millionaire Johnny Wu (Ken Jeong) tries to motivate the masses to sign up for his get rich quick scheme in the latest clip from Pain & Gain. Mark Wahlberg's Paul Lugo gets up close and personal with this outspoken character in director Michael Bay's drama, opening in theaters this weekend.

Pain & Gain - Seminar

Pain & Gain was released April 26th, 2013 and stars Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Anthony Mackie, Tony Shalhoub, Ed Harris, Rob Corddry, Bar Paly, Rebel Wilson. The film is directed by Michael Bay.
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Film Review: Clever Cast Can’t Quite Save Crazy ‘Pain & Gain’

Chicago – Michael Bay’s “Pain & Gain” tells such a ridiculous story that it has to be true. Based on the infamous case of the Sun Gym Gang, a trio of bodybuilders who committed some unspeakable, bizarre crimes, “Pain & Gain” nearly works through the sheer charisma and talent of its A-list cast. A bloated running time, Bay’s problems with pacing, and a pretty juvenile script hold it back from truly clicking but there is enough manic energy to this larger-than-life story that it could practically numb one into thinking it connects as well as it should.

Rating: 3.0/5.0

“Pain & Gain” will inspire film goers to consider who might have done more with the same story. What would Joel & Ethan Coen’s “Pain & Gain” look like? (It would have been a dark, comic masterpiece and the lead role probably would have been played by Michael Stuhlbarg). What would Martin Scorsese’s “Pain & Gain” feel like?
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Michael Bay Artificially Inflates the Already Insane Yet True Events of Pain & Gain

Daniel Lugo (Mark Wahlberg) believes life has cheated him. Doesn't America promise riches and luxury to people who deserve them? He's worked hard to build his body into a hulking knot of muscles; success should follow. But Lugo—the lead in Michael Bay's neon-noir ode to Miami, muscle tone, and the modern American dream—is stuck as an underpaid personal trainer at Miami Lakes' Sun Gym, where he boosts the confidence of customers far less chiseled than he and dreams of a better (read: richer) life.

Inspired to be a "doer" after a seminar featuring inspirational speaker Johnny Wu (Ken Jeong), Lugo turns his newfound patriotic zeal into action. He rounds up two accomplices: fellow body-obsessed gym buddy Adrian Doorbal (Anthony Mackie), whose steroid use has "messed ...
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Covert Affairs Season 4 Woos Two Wus

Our favorite field operative femme is getting some fresh meat whom she will have to investigate in the upcoming fourth season of Covert Affairs. Just how bad are these new bad guys? We know Annie will figure it out when actors Constance Wu and Johnny Wu guest star for the action-packed USA network offering.

Constance Wu, from One Life to Live and Johnny Wu, known for his work on 24, are both headed to the set of Covert Affairs. Season 4 will be comprised of 16 all new episodes. The two actors will be playing married Chinese bureaucrats living in D.C. according to the executive TV Line spoiler.

Golden Globe nominee Piper Perabo as Annie will have her hands full as she tries to uncover whether these foreign nationals are even more dangerous than originally perceived. What could they be plotting? We’ll find out when season 4 premiers on July 16.

USA has
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We Laugh at You Long Time

David Henry Hwang: Chinglish Longacre Theatre, NYC

Chinglish is the word coined for those humorously bad Chinese-to-English mistranslations found on signs, in electronics manuals, etc. That sort of thing is hardly exclusive to China (there are plenty of examples from around the world here), but thanks to the first-world economic implosion, China is where the stakes are highest now. The new play by Chinese-American playwright David Henry Hwang (his first on Broadway in 13 years) is built around both this crucial transition and mistranslation. Bring your opera glasses, because being able to read supertitles has never been more important.

Our hero lead schlub, Daniel Cavanaugh (Gary Wilmes), opens the play alone, explaining to an unseen conference audience the secret of his business success in China. As his business is signs, this talk includes memorably mistranslated examples, most prominently "Fuck the certain price of goods," which makes perfect sense once it's
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Video: Jean Claude The Gumming Zombie

When a toothless Frenchman finds himself the latest victim of a zombie plague, he is befriended by an overly-wholesome family that belongs more in a 1950s sitcom than the world of today -- except that Father’s hobby is black magic rather than golf, and Granny has a thing for guys from “the continent”, even if they’re not quite among the living…

All this an more in queer filmmaker Johnny Wu's, Jean Claude The Gumming Zombie, a send-up of horror and comedy cliches. Johnny mixes and matches conceits as far apart as radio plays and Old Yeller to tell an inventive and distinct film.

Check it out below and see Johnny's DoorQ Profile for more works:

Jean Claude the Gumming Zombie from Johnny Wu on Vimeo.
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