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YouTube Red and Blumhouse Television are set to spread some holiday horror this month with 12 Deadly Days, an interconnected horror-comedy anthology series which is set to begin streaming this coming Monday, December 12th.
THR reports that the series “will tell 12 interconnected stories about the residents of Saturn, Calif., who find themselves terrorized by killer carolers and cursed fruitcakes in the days leading up to Christmas.”
“We’re honored to be working with Blumhouse, the masters of horror, as we move into more genre programming for YouTube Red, and were excited to pair them with 12 of the best actor-creators on YouTube for 12 Deadly Days,” said YouTube Originals head of scripted programming Tim Shey. “Viewers are going to be blown away by the storytelling, performances and dark humor of this series, which is like nothing else out right now.”
- Gary Collinson
Whether you believe in true love or not, there's one thing we can all agree on: these wedding dresses are ah-may-zing.
Celebs pulled out all the stops this year to make sure that they not only had the perfect day but also the perfect gown, calling in big names like Victoria Beckham, Jenny Packham, and Vera Wang to make them stunning numbers for their nuptials.
Though all of the looks were gorgeous in their own right, there was two clear themes to 2016's gowns: boho chic and luxe glam. In fact, quite a few ladies even combined the two, which meant miles of jaw-dropping lace and plenty of intricate beading and florals that beg for a closer look.
Take a look at our 14 favorite wedding gowns from this year:
1. Eva Longoria
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A bloody good trailer has dropped for the new horror comedy series from Blumhouse Television, 12 Deadly Days. The series will debut on YouTube Red on December 12th. Also: a new exclusive clip from Wives With Knives, acquisition details for Slasher.com, Wizard World's financial partnership with Bristol Investment Fund, Superstition details, and El Rey Network's new focus on "Strivers."
12 Deadly Days Trailer & Release Details: Press Release: "(Los Angeles, CA) -- December 6, 2016 -- YouTube and Emmy Award-winning Blumhouse Television today announced that they have partnered on a new half-hour horror-comedy series called “Deadly Days”. Over the course of a dozen interconnected tales, the residents of Saturn, CA find themselves terrorized by everything from killer carolers and lovelorn vampires to cursed fruitcakes and haunted Christmas trees. The series will debut exclusively on YouTube Red on December 12, 2016.
Blumhouse Television is serving as the studio on the series created by executive producers Chris Cullari »
- Tamika Jones
By Seth Metoyer,
More holiday horror for you who can't get enough. Nothing says the holidays like felons turned into reindeer while on the run and killer carolers on the loose. From the masters of horror at Blumhouse, a holiday anthology series like you’ve never seen before. It’s going to be a ho-ho-horrific time on YouTube Red this season.
12 Deadly Days, a holiday-themed horror-comedy series, will debut exclusively on YouTube Red in partnership with Blumhouse Television on 12/12/16. The series features 12 twisted tales, starring top YouTube creators and some of horror’s most seasoned actors.
Check out the official trailer below the press release.
From The Press Release
YouTube and Emmy Award-winning Blumhouse Television today announced that they have partnered on a new half hour horror-comedy series called “12 Deadly Days.” Over the course of a dozen interconnected tales, the residents of Saturn, CA find themselves terrorized by »
Noble intentions alone do not a great movie make, as evidenced by “Po,” whose heart is in the right place but whose drama is woefully lacking in momentum. Written by Colin Goldman and directed by John Asher (both of whom have autistic children), this low-key feature concerns a single father trying to care for his sixth-grade son, who suffers from a severe case of autism. Considering its characters’ plights with respect and empathy, the film — embellished by a graceful Burt Bacharach score — is well-meaning but, on the whole, intensely inert, and should generate little interest in a heavily crowded award-season indie marketplace.
Bacharach’s “Close to You” cascades over the opening sequence of “Po,” which cross-cuts between David Wilson (Christopher Gorham) grieving at his wife’s funeral, and David’s autistic son Po (Julian Feder) being bullied, and then sitting alone, on the school playground. Despite their kindred unhappiness, the two are a close pair, »
- Nick Schager
We have a lot of casting news and even something a bit smelly to talk about. Really!
Word is, Fields will be forced to operate on one of the major characters.
Forced sure is a strong word. Will it be Mike, or will someone else on staff suffer from a head injury?
According to Deadline, the series, a drama, possibly about the mafia, is written by David O. Russell, and has received a two-season order of eight episodes each. »
- Carissa Pavlica
Spoiler alert! When some of our favorite TV shows ended in the spring, they went out with deadly cliffhangers and shocking last-minute reveals. Now as our favorite shows return, we're keeping tabs on the biggest questions and offering up some answers (check back as more shows premiere)! Warning for those who haven't yet watched the season premieres of Empire, Grey's Anatomy and Transparent: Plot details will be revealed.EmpireThe question: Did pregnant Anika (Grace Gealey) or Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) fall to her death?The answer: Rip Rhonda! Andre's (Trai Byers) fell down several flights and slammed onto a car »
- Patrick Gomez and Lanford Beard
The first episode of Empire, Season 3 picked up right where the Season 2 finale left off: at the debacle that ensued at the youngest Lyon son, Hakeem’s (Bryshere Y. Gray) wedding to the lead singer of Empire Entertainment’s ‘Mirage a Trois’ girl group: Laura Calleros (Jamila Velazquez). ‘Empire,’ Season 3 Premiere Recap Andre’s wife Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) finds Anika […]
The post ‘Empire,’ Season 3 Premiere Recap: ‘Light In Darkness’ Begins With Death appeared first on uInterview. »
- Pablo Mena
Fox’s hip-hop soap “Empire” killed off a major character in its Season 3 premiere on Wednesday, and Twitter responded the only way it knows how: with a bunch of wiseacre memes. The victim was Rhonda Lyon (Kaitlin Doubleday), wife to record-label scion Andre. It wasn’t a total surprise: In the show’s over-the-top storylines, Rhonda has been something of a punching bag for the villainous Anika (pictured, above) — a.k.a. “Boo Boo Kitty” — who last season pushed her down a staircase, killing Rhonda’s »
- Scott Collins
Spoiler Alert: This story contains details about tonight’s Empire Season 3 premiere. The third season of Empire started tonight with a bang – literally. Picking up directly from the balcony battle between the once-pregnant Rhonda Lyon and the now freshly married and very pregnant Anika Calhoun-Lyon, Fox’s hit drama created by Lee Daniels and Danny Strong opened Season 3 tonight with Kaitlin Doubleday’s Rhonda plummeting 50 stories and crashing onto the roof of a parked… »
Spoiler Alert: Do not read ahead if you have not watched the Season 3 premiere of “Empire,” which aired Wednesday, Sept. 21 on Fox.
After a summer of waiting, “Empire” viewers finally know who fell to their death on last season’s finale…Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) is dunzo.
Last season’s final episode saw Rhonda fighting with Anika (Grace Gealey) on top of a roof when Andre (Trai Byers) walked out onto the scene to see someone fall off the balcony — but he didn’t see who.
Moments after Season 3 kicked off Wednesday night, Rhonda fell from the sky, her bloody and lifeless body landing on a car, and there’s no doubt about it: she’s dead.
However, Rhonda came back in the episode by way of Andre’s hallucinations, setting up a storyline for the eldest Lyon brother — who’s dealt with mental illness over the past two seasons — to deal with new demons in the upcoming »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
21 September 2016 7:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Wednesday's season three premiere of Empire, "Light in Darkness."] After leaving fans wondering about the fate of Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) and Anika (Grace Byers) all summer, Empire wasted no time answering that very question in true series fashion. After the season two finale ended with the two women fighting on a balcony, it was revealed that it was Rhonda who fell off the balcony of the high-rise building and died. Moments into the season three premiere, Lucious (Terrence Howard) and Jamal (Jussie Smollett) left the hotel just as Rhonda's body fell with
- Kate Stanhope
After several long, drama-less months, Empire has come raging back into our lives. The season three premiere clears up the finale's giant cliffhanger in five minutes flat, and I do mean flat. If you recall, pregnant Anika and vengeful Rhonda are basically strangling each other on the balcony when - gasp! - one of them appears to fall over. We've waited all Summer to find out who bites the dust, and it's . . . drumroll please . . . Rhonda! That's right, Andre's bride falls directly onto a car outside of the venue. Then Anika goes into early labor and blah, blah, blah, but what about Rhonda? Turns out we haven't seen the last of actress Kaitlin Doubleday. With no one to take care of him, Andre goes off his meds, and soon enough, he's hallucinating that Rhonda is still with him - and she's not pleased with his family. This should be a doozy of a season, »
- Maggie Pehanick
To put a perverse twist on a Hakeem Lyon jam, a series-regular character went “drop-drop, drop-droppity-drop” — with fatal consequences — in Empire‘s Season 3 premiere.
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That either Anika Calhoun or Rhonda Lyon — last seen in the Season 2 finale brawling at the edge of a high-rise balcony — plummeted into the open arms of the Grim Reaper seemed an inevitability. But according to showrunner Ilene Chaiken, she and series creators Lee Daniels and Danny Strong didn’t decide who was damned until well after that fight sequence was shot. »
The third season of Empire premieres on Fox tonight at 9:00pm. The series stars Terrence Howard, Bryshere Y. Grey, Trai Byers, Taraji P. Henson, and Jussie Smollet. Showrunner Ilene Chaiken is teasing the fallout from the season two finale cliffhanger.Did Anika (Grace Gealey) or Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) go over the balcony rail? Did both ladies take the plunge? Reportedly, fans will find out within the first few minutes of tonight's Empire season three premiere episode, "Light in Darkness."Read More… »
It's that time once again! Fashion Police is all-new tonight with Melissa Rivers, Brad Goreski, Giuliana Rancic, NeNe Leakes and Margaret Cho and special guest Kaitlin Doubleday breaking down all the good, the bad and the unfortunate from the 2016 Emmy Awards. The group has much to discuss in the style department because last night's red carpet was jam-packed with sexy cutouts, plunging necklines, ravishing ruffles and everything in between! Standouts included Kerry Washington in Brandon Maxwell and Kristen Bell in Zuhair Murad, who received the panel's stamp of approval for their killer looks, while Emily Ratajkowski earned rave reviews from Giuliana in a strapless »
Two women. One high-rise balcony. A violent struggle and a terrible scream. That’s where Empire left its startled fandom at the end of its Season 2 finale last May, as Rhonda went into street-brawl mode in an attempt to get revenge against Anika for previously pushing her down the stairs and causing her miscarriage.
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Fans will learn if one (or perhaps both) of the fan-favorite characters meets a grim fate within the opening minutes of Wednesday’s Season 3 premiere (9/8c on Fox). And while showrunner Ilene Chaiken is reluctant to give any definitive spoilers, »
Fox’s smash hit “Empire” returns with its third season this fall, and in anticipation, star Taraji P. Henson was joined by exec producers Ilene Chaiken and Sanaa Hamri on Monday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.
After the Season 2 cliffhanger that left someone dead and split up Cookie (Henson) and Lucious (Terrence Howard), is there any hope that the power couple at the center of the show could get back together?
“Cookie is going to try in Season 3 to leave Lucious. She’s going to try to move on,” Chaiken teased on the panel to which Henson quipped, “Whether or not he lets her!”
Regardless of the ups and downs of Lucious and Cookie’s relationship, Chaiken promises that the core storylines will veer back to the central Lyon family.
“We learned that the stories that work best and that we love telling most are about the family, and »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Might all soon be good between Lucious and Cookie?
... just in time to see what appeared to be one (or both)? of them falling off a New York City roof.
However, that cliffhanging event is Not the primary focus of a new Empire Season 3 poster that was unveiled this week by Entertainment Weekly.
Instead, the first promotional photo for new episodes of this Fox smash hit gives us a look at a very different version of Lucious (Terrence Howard) and Cookie (Taraji P. Henson), considering what we saw from these two the Season 2 finale.
Refresher: Cookie stormed off after Lucious married Anika in order to protect her from having to testify against him in court.
But everything seems to be all good between the show's main characters in this image, »
- Matt Richenthal
If you ask us, Empire took the word "cliffhanger" a little too literally at the end of its second season finale. In the closing moments of the episode, we saw Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) and Anika (Grace Gealey) fighting on the edge of a balcony—only to cut away as one of the women fell. And according to the stars of the show, even the actors don't know which woman it was. At least that's what they Swore to us last week when we caught up with them on a red carpet. Ta'Rhonda Jones, who pretty much speaks for all of us, told E! News her immediate reaction to the episode. "I was a little disappointed because I'm, like, that's it? Nothing else? That's all we »
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