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Watch A Couple Get Busted Having Sex At Fifty Shades Of Grey Event

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The continuing cinematic notoriety over Fifty Shades of Grey keeps managing to manifest itself in reports of bizarre behavior and public exhibitions that would leave someone to conclude that a good number of the global moviegoing public has never viewed a sex scene in a movie before. The pattern of inexplicable Fifty Shades-related behavior continues with the latest bit of ridiculousness involving some folks at a Las Vegas Valentine’s Day exhibition themed towards the film, which somehow incited this classy couple to sneak away to a back room and engage in some public fornication. As you can see in the video (courtesy of TMZ), this Las Vegas couple, already doing their best visually to reinforce the seedy, coin-operated vibrating bed stereotype of the lights-strewn city of chance, proactively decide that "sexy time" can’t wait and proceed to sully the apparent sanctity of the " »

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Why The Yellow Jewel On Vision's Face Could Be Very Important For Avengers 3

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In the trailer equivalent of an after-credits scene, Marvel finally gave fans a look at The Vision yesterday in their latest preview for Avengers: Age of Ultron. It.s only two seconds long, but it.s enough to get many fans more hyped for the superpower android.s big screen debut. However, after taking a closer look at him, there.s a new theory that.s been making the rounds. Yesterday, we speculated on how an Infinity Stone might be responsible for Ultron.s sentience in the film, specifically whatever Stone that Loki.s scepter supposedly is. Now we.re shining light on that yellow jewel on Vision.s forehead, and wondering whether it is an Infinity Stone.  In the comics, the jewel on Vision.s forehead absorbs the solar energy needed for him to function and also allows him to shoot optic beams at enemies. While that would be »

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Check Out These Sweet Avengers 2 Weapons That Will Be Used

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It.s been an especially exciting, edifying 24 hours for fans who have been anxiously awaiting Avengers: Age of Ultron. With the buzz generated by the new trailer still resonating heavily, an interesting new featurette has been released that focuses on the various high-tech weaponry, both new and familiar, that will be brandished by the Marvel mega-team in the upcoming super-sequel. The featurette from Cineplex has the film.s prop master, Barry Gibbs giving a quick walkthrough of his department, which contains a vast array of McU artifacts that end up on screen and carry out the illusion of their seemingly supernatural utilitarianism. Have you ever noticed the subtle color variations on Captain America.s red, white and blue version of his shield throughout the films? I sure as hell didn.t, but, it's certainly apparent to me now. Did you know about the various versions of Thor.s hammer, Mjolnir, »

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What Scientologists Actually Think Of Tom Cruise, According To Going Clear

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The Scientology documentary Going Clear has been making noise with its accusations slung at the Church. As we get closer to its premiere on HBO later this month, tensions are rising even higher. The latest stone thrown at the controversial religion comes from one of the doc.s interview subjects, who revealed what Scientologists really think about their celebrity golden boy, Tom Cruise.  Journalist Tony Ortega, who is interviewed in Going Clear, recently revealed that some of the more hardcore members of the Church see Cruise, and their other celebrity spokespeople, as merely ornaments. As quoted by Yahoo Movies, Ortega said at a recent luncheon with the doc.s filmmakers, Sea Org [a wing of the church] members in particular think of celebrities as useless . they don.t have a lot of respect for them. In fact, when Cruise got that medal and [church leader David] Miscavige stood up and »

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Lily James Isn't Too Skinny To Play Cinderella, According To Lily James

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What.s been seen of Disney.s upcoming Cinderella has left quite a lot to talk about. However, certain scenes appear to highlight a glaring physical attribute about the film.s star in the gorgeous ingénue, Lily James: Her shockingly skinny waistline. The depiction of James' Cinderella -- especially in the story.s famed ballroom dress -- does, indeed, present eye-catching imagery. However, the star has come out to defend herself against the typical accusations against women that usually accompany apparent skinniness. In an interview with E! Online, James attempts to make clear that those glass slippers she.s rocking in the film are supporting more weight than they seem. In fact, James makes the point, emphatically, that she is Not too skinny for her role and that she does, in fact, eat like a normal human being.honest. As James states, I think it's so important to be »

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Neil Patrick Harris Coming Back To Host The Oscars? Here's What He Said

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Neil Patrick Harris hosted the Tony Awards four times, but it doesn.t look like he has the same resolve to return for the Oscars. The 2015 Academy Awards ceremony aired to mixed reviews, with the worst calling it the most boring awards show in recent memory. Given all the stress and hard work it takes to pull off theatrics of this magnitude, Harris. future with hosting the Oscars is not bright.  Harris sat down with The Huffington Post for an interview recently, during which time the outlet asked him about his feelings towards returning to host the 2016 Oscars. He said,  I don.t know that my family nor my soul could take it. It.s a beast. It was fun to check off the list, but for the amount of time spent and the understandable opinionated response, I don.t know that it's a delightful balance to do every year »

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Watch Adam Sandler And Bob Barker Continue Their Feud In This Epic Video

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After almost 20 years, Bob Barker and Adam Sandler are still feuding. It all started when the two had an on-screen scuffle in Happy Gilmore, but we all thought they had buried the hatchet. Well, they.ve reignited the feud for a good cause, and the former Price Is Right host still packs a punch.  Adam Sandler and Bob Barker have put aside their differences for the moment to support autism programs. This comes at a great time because Barker is on hospital bed rest as he recovers from hip surgery, and Sandler is all too eager to blow on his hot soup for him. Soon, though, the two start hurling jabs at each other, like "You're looking chunkier than the soup" and poking fun at Sandler's "wacka wacka woo" voice. But when Barker called Sandler a desperate idiot, that's when the actor lost his cool and threw »


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A Mrs. Frisby And The Rats Of Nimh Remake Is In The Works, Get The Details

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Throughout the 1980's, in an era where even Disney films skewed a little bit darker, Don Bluth was the king of animated epics that gave his former employer a run for their money. The film that started it all, and arguably one of his most successful films period, was the 1982 classic The Secret of Nimh. And now, in line with MGM's recent business strategy of rebooting their most classic franchises, the mouse-driven fantasy epic is about to get an overhaul. Deadline broke the scoop that MGM had recently re-acquired the rights to the hit, as it was previously set up to be developed at Paramount. This would make the second franchise that MGM has scored away from the studio, the first being the brand new reboot of the Tomb Raider saga. In case you need a little bit of a refresher, you can start with the original 1982 trailer for The »

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Bryan Singer Following X-Men: Apocalypse With This Sci-Fi Classic

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Classic science fiction is experiencing a renaissance right now, and it's a pretty good time to be a fan of authors like Albert Bester or Phillip K. Dick, as both are returning to wow audiences in the near future. Of course, what gathering of classic sci-fi authors would be complete without a Robert Heinlein project? Bryan Singer has apparently been thinking that exact same thing, and he's got his first post X-Men project already picked out as a result. The Hollywood Reporter has found out that Singer is going to move on to make an adaptation of Heinlein's 1966 classic The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress after he finishes X-Men: Apocalypse - the final entry in the "First Class" trilogy of X-Men movies. Arrow executive producer, Davis Guggenheim, is going to be adapting the Heinlein story into a film titled Uprising. The lame attempt at a more modern title aside, Uprising »

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The 10 Best Vince Vaughn Performances, Ranked

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Vince Vaughn’s career is a lot more eclectic than you might instantly assume. Having earned most of his dough appearing and exceling in comedies as the affable everyman, you sometimes forget that he’s delivered some impressive dramatic turns in his time, as well. Vaughn may always be remembered by moviegoers as a comedic actor. But that doesn’t mean his other forays into cinema should be forgotten. So to pay due respect to Vince Vaughn’s dramatic performances, as well as to honor his natural ability to be insanely funny, here are the 10 best performances of Vince Vaughn’s career. Unfortunately his turn as Norman Bates didn’t quite make it. 10. Into The Wild  Vince Vaughn’s appearance in Into The Wild hinted at the career that he could have had. Staring down the barrel of Emile Hirsch’s »

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Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens Joins Beauty & The Beast

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Today was a rather big day for Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast. Earlier this afternoon we learned that The Hobbit star Luke Evans is now in negotiations to play the villainous Gaston in the fairy tale film, and now word has come down that Dan Stevens has landed the role of the titular Beast opposite Emma Watson's Beauty. The Hollywood Reporter got the scoop on Stevens' attachment to Beauty and the Beast, noting that the actor is still in final negotiations to join the project. The Downton Abbey star is now the third British star to join the project, which is being directed by American Academy Award-winner Bill Condon. The film is expected to follow the story of the classic fairy tale and follow a brainy young beautiful woman as she falls in love with a prince who has been cursed by a witch to appear as a »

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An Epic Marvel Movie Marathon Is Coming To A Lot Of Theaters

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Do you love Marvel movies? Do you love them so much that you could watch them for 29 straight hours? Well, then I have some amazing news for you, as two of the nation's biggest theater chains are planning marathons of that very nature leading up to special early screenings of The Avengers: Age of Ultron. With the new Marvel Studios film launching its final theatrical trailer earlier today, and pre-order tickets going on sale, both AMC Theaters and Regal Entertainment have announced that they will each be hosting "Ultimate Marvel Marathons" on April 29th that will conclude with a two-days-early look at The Avengers Age of Ultron. The two companies are running their events a little differently, so lets take a look at them separately, shall we? While AMC has not yet announced the theaters where they will be having the Ultimate Marvel Marathons," they have posted a full breakdown »

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Diablo Cody Is Rewriting The Barbie Movie, Probably To Give It Some Edge

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It's been nearly a full year since we last heard any kind of development on the upcoming Barbie movie... but you didn't think that would be enough to kill it, did you? Instead, Sony Pictures, Mattel and Parkes+MacDonald/Image Nation are still moving ahead with the project, and have even gone as far as to hire Academy Award-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody to try and boost the in-the-works script. Deadline has the scoop on Cody's new gig, saying that the Juno writer will be taking the pen from Jenny Bicks - whose credits include the movie What A Girl Wants and television shows like Sex and the City and The Big C. It's noted that the studio and producers hired Cody because of her "unconventionality," and the belief that she can help make Barbie with a proper, modern tone. As producer Walter Parkes put it in an official statement, It »

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Why Warner Bros. Is Willing To Gamble So Much On Superheroes

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Although the DC Cinematic Universe officially kicked off in 2013 with Man of Steel, next year will see this world expand exponentially in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, followed by Suicide Squad and two films per year in the following years until 2020. Though they kicked off their shared superhero universe much later than Marvel, Warner Bros. has demonstrated in the past year that they are dedicated to pooling a large portion of their resources into adapting DC Comics heroes for the big screen - and for Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara, this is a risk well worth taking. Why? It.s all about the international audience. According to Variety, part of the reason superhero movies have been so successful in recent years is due to the film industry gaining a more global presence, with 70% of box office returns coming the foreign box office on many blockbusters. At the Morgan Stanley »

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Mr. Holmes Trailer: Watch An Elderly Sherlock Holmes Solve One Last Case

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Though he is certainly getting up there in years, Sir Ian McKellen has spent the last 15 years playing some of the most legendary characters in pop culture. We've seen him morph metal as Magneto, wave a magical staff as Gandalf, and now he's playing the most iconic detective of all time. Check him out in the first trailer for Mr. Holmes below. This isn't the first time that we've gotten a peek at Bill Condon's upcoming Mr. Holmes, with images and clips having previously been released, but it's still tremendously easy to be charmed by this trailer. The movie is telling a part of the Sherlock Holmes tale that we haven't seen on the big screen before - with the master detective nearing the end of his life - but it has a wonderful spark that comes from McKellen's presence and a stylish, period flair. Because the movie seems »

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Beauty & The Beast Has Found Its Gaston

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The upcoming big screen rendition of the timeless tale Beauty & the Beast, which will star Emma Watson as the titular beauty, may just have added a key cast member. It appears that Luke Evans is closing in on a deal that will bring him on board the film as the story.s resident disdainful douchebag, Gaston. Yes, it looks like the same guy who bravely brought down Smaug the Dragon will be going one on one with a "Beast" over unwanted lustful affections towards Watson.s Belle. According to Variety, Luke Evans is in negotiations to star in the live-action dramatic adaption of Beauty & the Beast, which, amongst an array of other renditions, was famously animated by Walt Disney Animation Studios back in 1991. Evans would prospectively play the role of Gaston, a hunter and hunk of a human being whose hulking hugeness is matched only by his own nauseating narcissism. »

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Did Seth Rogen's Old Office Have To Be Repainted Because Of The Pot Smell?

4 March 2015 2:34 PM, PST

Seth Rogen has never really been shy about his appreciation for marijuana. In fact, it.s become a common thread throughout his career, and regularly pops up in the cinematic adventures that he both stars in and writes with his partner Evan Goldberg. As such, the idea of him smoking up while working on his movies isn.t an outrageous idea . but if new rumors are to be believed, it may have had a bit of an effect on his environment. This is because it.s now being reported that his office at Sony was so pungent with the smell of pot that outgoing president Amy Pascal has had to delay moving into the same space. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Pascal is currently transitioning from her former position as Sony Pictures. co-head of studio to an on-the-lot producer. In order for Amy Pascal to do this job to the »

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The New Adaptation Of Stephen King's It Is Making Some Major Changes

4 March 2015 1:49 PM, PST

Knowing that Stephen King's It is headed to the big screen, fans of the book are left to wonder whether the feature adaptation will maintain the timeline of the novel, or if the time periods will be adjusted to modernize or drastically alter the story. From what director Cary Fukunaga reportedly said in a recent interview, it sounds like the time period could be different. Before we get to what was said, it needs to be noted that this information was passed from a reader to Bloody Disgusting from a Brazilian newspaper called O Globo. It was translated by the reader, so there's a chance the context shifted through that process.  The mention of the change in the time period was included when True Detective's Cary Fukunaga was commenting on Stephen King's approval of the adaptation: It.s really good to know Stephen [King] likes what we did. We »

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Avengers 2 Just Dropped A Major Clue That Someone Will Die

4 March 2015 1:47 PM, PST

The latest Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer is the gift that keeps on giving as far groundbreaking revelations. Whether it.s our first substantive look at Vision, to whatever the hell it is that Black Widow now calls weapons, we just got treated to several clues on which people like us will nitpick with glee. However, in what could potentially be the biggest tidbit we could glean, a pair of lines uttered in the trailer may be a critical clue foreshadowing a key casualty in the film. Examine the evidence at the 1:25 mark of the trailer embedded below. The trio of Captain America, Hulk and Iron Man are framed rather deliberately into a wide group shot, looking exceptionally somber, as Stark pessimistically interjects, "No way we all get through this" -to which Cap replies, "I got no plans tomorrow night." It.s so deep and poetic in its setup »

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Vision Looks High Tech And Awesome In The Avengers 2 Trailer

4 March 2015 12:45 PM, PST

For months, Aaron Taylor-Johnson's Quicksilver and Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch have been touted as the two big new superhero additions to the Avengers lineup in the upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron - but that's really only because Marvel has been keeping one of its key new characters under wraps. As fans know, Paul Bettany is making his debut as the android known as Vision in the upcoming blockbuster, but the character has been kept hidden from all promotional materials. Well, up until today, as the final Age of Ultron trailer has finally revealed him... and he looks amazing. In classic Marvel Studios style, the new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer saved a big surprise for its post-credits moment, and used the final seconds of the preview to reveal what you see above: a close-up of Paul Bettany's Vision, quite possibly being awoken for the first time. »

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