Dancing with the Stars: The Best Tweets from the Season Finale
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Who's going to take home the coveted mirror-ball trophy? The top four couples on Dancing with the Stars - Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough, Alexandra Raisman and Mark Ballas, Zendaya and Val Chmerkovskiy, Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff - are hitting the ballroom one last time Monday night in hopes of earning high scores from judges and lots of votes from viewers to win the competition. And the competition is fierce! Kellie and Zendaya have been clear frontrunners from the beginning, while Alexandra has also scored big and Jacoby is finishing strong, charming the judges and picking up enough votes See more »
Dancing With the Stars Backstage Scoop: Injured Val Chmerkovskiy Reveals That Show Almost "Replaced" Him!
2 hours agoTalk about performing under pressure. Val Chermkovskiy and Zendaya Coleman proved just how badly they wanted to win Dancing With the Stars on Monday night's finale when the pair performed just hours after Val suffered a serious eye injury during their dress rehearsal. In fact, Val's injury was so serious that he immediately went to the hospital after he and Zendaya finished their interviews. And during our chat with the pair, Val revealed that producers were considering replacing him with another professional dancer just one hour before the start of the finale! "It was an hour before the See more »
Arrow's Second Season to Feature Two Villains
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Arrow's second season will be stepping up the action by featuring not just one overarching villain, but two!
Although the first season featured several smaller villains — The Count (Seth Gabel) and Edward Fyers (Sebastian Dunn), among them — Arrow's season-long big bad was Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), who apparently died at the hands of Oliver (Stephen Amell) in the season finale.
Arrow Postmortem: Is Oliver done being the vigilante in Season 2?
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- Natalie Abrams
Last Night on Late Night: Will Smith Definitely Caught the Kanye West Rap ‘Bug’
6 hours agoLast night on the Late Show, Will Smith displayed a major symptom of the rap "bug" he'd apparently caught from Kanye West. The band played Smith's own "Summertime" as his walk-out song, but instead of leaving it at that, he rapped along, unmiked at first until he grabbed the microphone for a full-on ode to summer time. Plus: Mary Lynn Rajskub denied any intel on her casting in the new 24 miniseries, but she disclosed what she'd really been typing the whole time Chloe looked so diligently ambidextrous at her computer. I was "typing affirmations to myself," See more »
- Caroline Shin
Behind the Candelabra – first look review
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Steven Soderbergh's biopic of the pianist is a bizarre anti-Pinocchio parable in which toxic love transforms a handsome young man into a deeply unhappy latex doll
After Side Effects, supposedly his final work for the cinema, Steven Soderbergh has now apparently performed his post-swansong. Behind the Candelabra was commissioned for HBO television but is shown here in the Cannes festival competition as a standalone feature-length drama: a bizarre anti-Pinocchio parable in which the power of loneliness and toxic love transform a handsome young man into a deeply unhappy, plump-nosed, cleft-chinned latex doll. It's the true-life story of the See more »
- Peter Bradshaw
Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance Gets Remake
3 hours agoWith Park Chan-wook successfully trying his hand at English-language filmmaking in Stoker, Hollywood continues to make doe-eyes at his South Korean back catalogue. Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance, part one of his Vengeance trilogy, is next to be prepped for a Us remake.Deadline reports that Hollywood heavyweights Lorenzo di Bonaventura See more »
Watch: They Made Music Videos?
55 minutes agoA major perk of attaining one's 15 minutes of fame is evidently the opportunity to record a single.
Patricia Krentcil (aka Tan Mom), the New Jersey mother who brought attention to the condition known as "tanorexia," did just that earlier this month. In the lyrics to "It's Tan Mom," she See more »
- The Huffington Post
Boba Fett Lives In Animated Version Of Patton Oswalt's 'Star Wars' Filibuster'
15 hours ago
You no doubt remember Patton Oswalt's moment of internet glory when he pitched his take on "Episode VII" for a recent episode of "Parks and Recreation." It has now been animated, so you can watch your dreams on a computer screen.
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- Kevin P. Sullivan
“Best Film Not Playing…” Nominees Screen At Moma
16 November 2012 4:28 PM, PSTIf you’re in New York this weekend head over to the Museum of Modern Art for the museum and Filmmaker‘s annual screenings of the nominees for our “Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You” Gotham Award. Playing are Terence Nance’s wildly inventive doc/fiction relationship deconstruction, An Oversimplification of her Beauty See more »
- Scott Macaulay
Rumour: Is Warner Bros laying the groundwork for Justice League with toys?
6 hours agoWhile Warner Bros. has been very quiet on the future of a potential Justice League movie, a new tie-up with supermarket chain Target may hold a clue as to the studio's ongoing plans. Variety reports that Target has reached an agreement with the studio to begin selling a See more »
- George Wales