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Free Fire: Sharlto Copley Plays With Guns, Fire And Crazy South African Accent

26 July 2017 8:39 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

There’s not enough cover to protect you from a hail of bullets.

In this over-the-top shoot-em up film, Free Fire is a dedication of love towards guns, insults and plenty of craziness.

It stars Brie Larson, Sharlto Copley, Armie Hammer, Sam Riley, Cillian Murphy, Babou Cessay and Jack Raynor. The film is directed by Ben Wheatley.

The story follows a group of two violent gangs meeting in a warehouse to conduct a gun deal when it suddenly went awry into a game of survival.

Lrm had a phone interview last week with Sharlto Copley to talk about his experiences on this fine project. He discussed with us about the South African accent, gunplay and even setting himself on fire.

Free Fire is available on Blu-ray and DVD today.

Read our conversation with Copley below:

Lrm: Let’s get down to it. Why were you attracted to this film and »

- Gig Patta

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TVLine Items: Cranston Bosses Around Family Guy, Mississippi Teaser and More

25 July 2017 11:28 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Family Guy‘s Peter Griffin might be in for a meth of trouble.

TV’s erstwhile Walter White, aka Bryan Cranston, will voice Peter’s new boss at the Pawtucket Brewery during Season 16, it was announced at the San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend. ClawsNiecy Nash will also lend her voice to the episode, as the wife and business partner of Cranston’s character.

RelatedClaws Renewed for Season 2

The previous brewery manager, Angela, was voiced by the late Carrie Fisher and will appear briefly in the upcoming season. (Fisher recorded lines for at least one more episode before »

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"Twin Peaks," Episode 11 Recap: I Want To Get Us There In One Piece

25 July 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Twin Peaks Recap is a weekly column by Keith Uhlich covering David Lynch and Mark Frost's limited, 18-episode continuation of the Twin Peaks television series.A study in contrasts. That's the best way to describe Part 11 of Mark Frost and David Lynch's revived Twin Peaks, which opens with a brief moment of doom-laden calm—three young boys playing catch happening upon the bruised and beaten but very much alive Miriam Sullivan (Sarah Jean Long)—then details, for its first half, the many ways in which the titular town, as well as the few-states-over locale of Buckhorn, South Dakota, are coming unglued. But this is dramatic incident Lynch-style, which means that the narrative rhythms are always shifting (violently, unpredictably), as if someone was continually revving a car engine into the red, but never in a calculable way.There's madness in such extremity, as there's insanity in the blood-curdling scream »

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‘Twin Peaks 3×11′ Review

25 July 2017 4:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Now that we are at episode 11 of Twin Peaks, the truth behind the return is starting to come together. What this episode surprisingly proves though is just how well David Lynch and Mark Frost have pulled the world back together, and merged the old and the new into what we have today…

This week Dougie (Kyle MacLachlan) has a meeting with Rodney and Bradley Mitchum (Robert Knepper and James Belushi) which has as surprising outcome. Back in Twin Peaks, Sheriff Truman (Robert Forster) and Hawk (Michael Horse) get ready to find the location revealed last week. While all this is going on, the FBI have an interesting encounter with a Woodsman.

If you’ve been watching Twin Peaks and found yourself wishing something would happen, that it is all too slow, this episode proves just how good the previous episodes have been. We are now deep into the world of »

- Paul Metcalf

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'Twin Peaks' Recap: The Pie's the Limit

24 July 2017 5:05 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Call it a hunch, but William Hastings probably isn't the only guy who had his mind blown by this week's Twin Peaks – he's just the messiest.

We're 11 episodes deep now, and David Lynch and Mark Frost's reborn show is so damned good that it often feels unfair to everything else on television. When these two are operating at their Peak powers, even the best and brightest of the competition can't hold a candle to the duo's ability to leap back and forth between comedy, tragedy, suspense and outright horror »

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Bryan Cranston, Niecy Nash, Ryan Reynolds, Ian McKellen, Amanda Seyfried and the cast of Modern Family set for Family Guy roles

24 July 2017 4:33 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

During the Family Guy panel at the San Diego Comic-Con International this past weekend, executive producer Rich Appel revealed that Bryan Cranston, Niecy Nash, Ryan Reynolds, Ian McKellen, Amanda Seyfried and the cast of Modern Family are set to lend their voices to upcoming episodes of the animated sitcom.

Cranston and Nash will play Peter’s Griffin’s new bosses at the Pawtucket Brewery, replacing the character of Angela, who was voiced by the late Carrie Fisher (Angela will still appear in the new season, as Fisher had completed at least one episode before her passing in December).

Ryan Reynolds will be making his third appearance in the series, while Amanda Seyfried will voice a show dog, Ian McKellen will play Stewie’s therapist, and stars from Modern Family will appear in an episode which sees Family Guy reimagined as an “Emmy bait” series.

Meanwhile, creator Seth MacFarlane also paid tribute to Carrie Fisher, »

- Gary Collinson

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'Twin Peaks' Reveals Becky's Father

23 July 2017 7:47 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday night's episode of Showtime's Twin Peaks.]

While Twin Peaks: The Return revealed several episodes ago that Becky (Amanda Seyfried) was the daughter of Shelly Johnson (Madchen Amick), the show kept her father a secret. With Part 11 though, came some pretty major reveals about Shelly and who she ended up with after the original series.

It turns out Shelly Johnson is no longer her name, even though the character has been credited as such since The Return premiered. Instead, her name is Shelly Briggs. That's right, Shelly married Bobby Briggs (Dana »

- Chris E. Hayner

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‘Family Guy’ Comic-Con Panel Pays Tribute to Adam West and Carrie Fisher; Here’s Who Will Replace Her as Peter Griffin’s Boss

22 July 2017 2:34 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Family Guy” has tapped Bryan Cranston and Niecy Nash to play Peter Griffin’s new boss, filling the void left by the death of Carrie Fisher.

Fisher, who died in December, had occasionally voiced Peter’s boss, Angela, on the show since 2005. Cranston and Nash will play a husband and wife duo on the show.

The casting was announced by executive producer Rich Appel during “Family Guy’s” San Diego Comic-Con panel on Saturday. The always raucous panel started off on a somber note, as creator Seth MacFarlane and the show’s cast and producers offered their memories of Fisher and Adam West, who played the mayor of Quahog.

Read More‘Family Guy’s’ Adam West Tribute Is a Hilarious and Heartfelt Farewell — Watch

MacFarlane remembered West as someone who “had boundless energy and instantly put everyone in a good mood… The man gave 150 percent right up to the end, »

- Michael Schneider

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‘Family Guy’ Comic-Con Panel Pays Tribute to Adam West and Carrie Fisher; Here’s Who Will Replace Her as Peter Griffin’s Boss

22 July 2017 2:34 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Family Guy” has tapped Bryan Cranston and Niecy Nash to play Peter Griffin’s new boss, filling the void left by the death of Carrie Fisher.

Fisher, who died in December, had occasionally voiced Peter’s boss, Angela, on the show since 2005. Cranston and Nash will play a husband and wife duo on the show.

The casting was announced by executive producer Rich Appel during “Family Guy’s” San Diego Comic-Con panel on Saturday. The always raucous panel started off on a somber note, as creator Seth MacFarlane and the show’s cast and producers offered their memories of Fisher and Adam West, who played the mayor of Quahog.

MacFarlane remembered West as someone who “had boundless energy and instantly put everyone in a good mood… The man gave 150 percent right up to the end, »

- Michael Schneider

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Wedding Bells: 26 Celebrity Couples Who've Said "I Do" This Year

22 July 2017 4:00 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

We're still not done obsessing over all of the beautiful celebrity weddings from 2016, but so many other couples have tied the knot this year. Tyrese surprised us all when he announced that he and Samantha Lee secretly wed on Valentine's Day in a now-deleted Instagram video, as did Thomas Sadoski, who revealed he and Amanda Seyfried said their "I dos" in a private ceremony on March 12. And can we just talk about how gorgeous Pippa Middleton's nuptials were? Keep reading to see all the stars who made the trek down the aisle this year. »

- Monica Sisavat

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Venice: New Films by George Clooney, Guillermo Del Toro, Stephen Frears Expected to World Premiere (Exclusive)

21 July 2017 6:05 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Rome – George Clooney’s “Suburbicon,” Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Shape of Water,” Stephen Frears’ “Victoria and Abdul,” and Paolo Virzi’s “Ella and John,” starring Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland, are among the titles strongly tipped to world premiere at the upcoming 74th Venice Film Festival.

Also expected to make their worldwide bows on the Lido are Paul Schrader’s “First Reformed,” Andrew Haigh’s “Lean on Pete,” and Lucrecia Martel’s “Zama.”

Less than a week before the official announcement, the buzz on the Venice lineup remains somewhat muted, though some locked-in titles have surfaced, including Alexander Payne’s “Downsizing,” which will open the fest. There’s also certainty over the absence of some titles – especially “Blade Runner 2049” and Darren Aronofsky’s “Mother!”, both high-profile movies that had been considered as possibilities.

Suburbicon,” starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Josh Brolin, and Oscar Isaac, looks set to be the second Paramount picture to launch from »

- Nick Vivarelli

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"Twin Peaks," Episode 10 Recap: True Men

18 July 2017 2:15 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Twin Peaks Recap is a weekly column by Keith Uhlich covering David Lynch and Mark Frost's limited, 18-episode continuation of the Twin Peaks television series.It's worth quoting the latest (perhaps the last?) gnomic pronouncements from Margaret "The Log Lady" Lanterman (the late Catherine E. Coulson), speaking via phone to Deputy Sheriff Tommy "Hawk" Hill (Michael Horse), in full:  "Hawk—electricity is humming. You hear it in the mountains and rivers. You see it dance among the seas and stars. And glowing around the moon. But in these days, the glow is dying. What will be in the darkness that remains? The Truman brothers are both true men. They are your brothers. And the others, the good ones, who have been with you. Now the circle is almost complete. Watch and listen to the dream of time and space. It all comes out now, flowing like a river. That which is and is not. »

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‘Twin Peaks': Matthew Lillard Dishes on His ‘Animalistic, Weird, Crazy’ Scene

18 July 2017 12:52 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Major spoilers for “Twin Peaks: The Return.” When Showtime announced the gigantic cast list for “Twin Peaks: The Return,” comprised of more than 200 actors, it became a game to guess what kind of characters each would be playing and how they’d factor into the story. Of course, nobody could’ve predicted some of the placements — that Michael Cera would be a Brando impersonator or Amanda Seyfried would be a drug addict and also Shelly’s daughter. Arguably most surprising, however, has been Matthew Lillard’s turn as a school principal-turned-murder suspect — and unwitting pawn in a supernatural conspiracy. »

- Carli Velocci

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‘Twin Peaks’: David Lynch Directed His Own Disturbing Version Of Kubrick’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’

17 July 2017 8:56 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Some of the most memorable scenes in “Twin Peaks: The Return” have found David Lynch revisiting the experimental highs of his most radical film work. Cooper’s strange trip in Episode 3 was a return to the sound and fury of “Eraserhead” and “Inland Empire,” while the sight of the camera looking down at Amanda Seyfried’s glowing Becky Burnett in Part 5 recalled the delirium of “Mulholland Drive.”

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’ Part 8 Was the Closest We’ll Come to Seeing David Lynch’s ‘Tree of Life’

But the series’ boldest moments have occurred when Lynch has infused his own dark style with the most iconic cinema ever made. That was certainly what happened in the legendary Part 8, in which the director channeled his inner Terrence Malick to tell the wordless origin story of evil (IndieWire called the scene “the closest we’ll ever come to seeing David Lynch’s »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Twin Peaks’: David Lynch Directed His Own Disturbing Version Of Kubrick’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’

17 July 2017 8:56 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Some of the most memorable scenes in “Twin Peaks: The Return” have found David Lynch revisiting the experimental highs of his most radical film work. Cooper’s strange trip in Episode 3 was a return to the sound and fury of “Eraserhead” and “Inland Empire,” while the sight of the camera looking down at Amanda Seyfried’s glowing Becky Burnett in Part 5 recalled the delirium of “Mulholland Drive.”

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’ Part 8 Was the Closest We’ll Come to Seeing David Lynch’s ‘Tree of Life’

But the series’ boldest moments have occurred when Lynch has infused his own dark style with the most iconic cinema ever made. That was certainly what happened in the legendary Part 8, in which the director channeled his inner Terrence Malick to tell the wordless origin story of evil (IndieWire called the scene “the closest we’ll ever come to seeing David Lynch’s »

- Zack Sharf

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'Twin Peaks' Recap: Come Blow Your Horne

17 July 2017 6:50 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Twin Peaks has given us a new monster to fear, and his name is Richard Horne. He's not a creature from the Black Lodge like Bob or the Woodsmen, at least as far as we know. He's just Ben and Sylvia Horne's piece-of-shit grandson, which would make Audrey Horne – Sherilyn Fenn's girl-next-door femme fatale, still unseen in the show's astonishing third season – his mother. His father? Good question, although given reports of Dale Cooper's Bob-ppelganger skulking around the young woman's hospital bed 25 years ago after the events of the Season Two finale, »

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Twin Peaks Episode 10 Recap: Mom's (Most Likely) the Word

17 July 2017 5:19 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Anything is possible in the world of Twin Peaks, and in this new season it’s been ridiculously hard to draw any conclusions or make any predictions at all. But, as the weeks go by, it only becomes clearer that evil Richard Horne is in fact the child of Audrey and Evil Coop. I didn’t want it to be true. I hated the idea that Evil Coop raped Audrey (while she was comatose in the hospital after the bank explosion way back in the series finale). But Richard was so evil in this episode, who else could be his dad? »

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‘Twin Peaks’ Review: Part 10 Keeps the Electricity Humming With Laura Palmer and a Lucky Dougie

16 July 2017 9:29 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Twin Peaks: The Return” (Season 3), Episode 10, “Part 10.”]

“Laura is the one.”

Although Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) has been dead, case closed for over 25 years, the revival series has made sure to keep her identity alive. Even though she has been one of many female victims on the show, she is important, special. We see this in Part 10 when FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) gets a sudden, unexplained vision of her distraught face, and later in the Log Lady’s (Catherine Coulson) message to Hawk (Michael Horse).

Read More‘Twin Peaks’ Midseason Report: A TV Revolution in Nine Episodes, Via David Lynch and ‘Dougie’

The Log Lady’s speech is the best moment of the episode (although we’re sure the Joneses would disagree). Not only is it a thrill to see the Log Lady back, but the scene fits so well into this Lynchian universe of dreamy portent and lyrical imagery, with only beautiful words used to paint a picture. »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Twin Peaks’ Review: Part 10 Keeps the Electricity Humming With Laura Palmer and a Lucky Dougie

16 July 2017 9:29 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Twin Peaks: The Return” (Season 3), Episode 10, “Part 10.”]

“Laura is the one.”

Although Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) has been dead, case closed for over 25 years, the revival series has made sure to keep her identity alive. Even though she has been one of many female victims on the show, she is important, special. We see this in Part 10 when FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) gets a sudden, unexplained vision of her distraught face, and later in the Log Lady’s (Catherine Coulson) message to Hawk (Michael Horse).

Read More‘Twin Peaks’ Midseason Report: A TV Revolution in Nine Episodes, Via David Lynch and ‘Dougie’

The Log Lady’s speech is the best moment of the episode (although we’re sure the Joneses would disagree). Not only is it a thrill to see the Log Lady back, but the scene fits so well into this Lynchian universe of dreamy portent and lyrical imagery, with only beautiful words used to paint a picture. »

- Hanh Nguyen

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From Her Surprise Pregnancy to 24-Hour Labor: 5 Biggest Revelations From Amanda Seyfried's Post-Baby Interview

13 July 2017 12:30 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Life has changed exponentially for Amanda Seyfried since March.

“I’m a parent now and I appreciate things in a way I never have,” the new mom, 31, shared in a recent interview with Dr. Berlin’s Informed Pregnancy Podcast.

During the lengthy chat, Seyfried covers everything pregnancy and opens up about giving birth to her first child, a baby girl, in March.

One thing she doesn’t share? Her and husband Thomas Sadoski‘s daughter’s name. “I wouldn’t want you to ask me what her name is, because I wouldn’t tell you. It’s about us as a family, »

- Lindsay Kimble

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