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Watch Hugh Jackman, Susan Sarandon, And Nick Offerman Play Password With Jimmy Fallon

19 May 2015 4:53 PM, PDT

Sometimes The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is hilarious, and sometimes it’s just weirdly awesome. While not especially funny, getting Hugh Jackman, Susan Sarandon, and Nick Offerman to sit down for a quick game of Password is beyond awesome.

There’s little to explain, except that what really pushes this over the edge is Jimmy’s own inability to find that perfect clue. The frustration shoots out of him like he’s sitting on a geyser.

The real question here is, why doesn’t someone bring this show back? Update it a bit, maybe, but who wouldn’t love to see some stars under pressure on a regular basis?

Check it out above, and keep tuning in.

Photo by: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC



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Scream Queens New Promo Trailer Blows The Lid Off… Something

19 May 2015 3:47 PM, PDT

In case you weren’t altogether sure exactly what was coming your way with Fox‘s new effort, Scream Queens, there’s finally a sneak peek for you. Take a look above.

The show proudly announces that it is by the creators of Glee and American Horror Story (and is apparently reusing sets of the latter), but doesn’t just come out and say who that is, which is decidedly odd marketing. If those two shows do any work convincing you to watch, you know who Ryan Murphy is.

At any rate, you might expect that the show might as well be Ahs: Sorority, but you’d be slightly misled there. While Ahs has slid down a deplorably goofy slope since its first season, the problem with that show is that it took itself seriously. While that may turn out to be the case here as well, it looks »

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Exodus: Gods And Kings Blu-Ray Review

18 May 2015 6:53 AM, PDT

People often talk about over-hyped and under-hyped films, and with good reason, but when a film strikes you as getting exactly the right amount of hype, it’s rare indeed. This is exactly where Exodus: Gods and Kings seems to fall. It’s a film that seems like it should have gotten more attention, especially considering the cast, and the fact that it was directed by Ridley Scott.

It turns out that the film, while actually quite good, delivers to precisely the level of interest the world seems to have dictated is its due.

A thematically unique spin on this, or any other, biblical telling, Exodus starts us off with Moses (Christian Bale) in the prime of his Egyptian Prince-ish-hood. He’s about to take care of some upstart tribe or other with his “brother” Ramses (Joel Edgerton), and a prophecy kicks off Ramses’ dislike of the man he has »

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