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X-men: Days Of Future Past Gag Reel Has Dancing, Flubs, and Good Times All Around

5 hours ago

X-Men: Days of Future Past is due out on Blu-ray/DVD in a few weeks, so naturally the special features are starting to leak online.  The first piece of bonus material is the five-minute gag reel, which is fairly entertaining.  It has the its fair share of flubs and mugging into the camera, but it’s still charming.  More importantly, it has actual jokes, and perhaps to no one’s surprise, the best one comes from Sir Patrick Stewart. Hit the jump to check out the X-Men: Days of Future Past gag reel, and click here to pre-order the Blu-ray/DVD, which will be released on October 14th. Via Pajiba. Here’s the official synopsis for X-Men: Days of Future Past: The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-men: Days Of Future Past. The beloved characters from the »

- Matt Goldberg

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First Clip from South Park: Season 18 Premiere Takes Aim at the Washington Redskins

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Even though it’s only been a year and there’s even been a video game in the interim, it seems like forever since we got a new episode of South Park.  Thankfully, the wait is almost over as the show will be returning for its 18th(!) season this Wednesday.  The first clip for the new season aired during today’s Redskins-Eagles game, which was no accident since the show’s first target this year will be the offensive name of Washington’s football team.  The NFL has been in the news a lot the past few weeks, so it will be interesting to see if Trey Parker and Matt Stone weave those elements into their scathing satire as well. Hit the jump to check out the clip from the Season 18 premiere of South Park.  The long-running series returns on Wednesday at 10pm Est on Comedy Central. Via South Park Studios. »

- Matt Goldberg

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3 New Stretch Clips Remind Patrick Wilson not to Hassle The Hoff

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As I’ve said on multiple occasions, I’m a big Joe Carnahan fan, and I can’t wait to see his latest film, Stretch.  The movie stars Patrick Wilson as “a down-on-his-luck chauffeur looking to relieve his debt by driving around a mysterious billionaire who drags him to hell and back.”  These three clips show off the film’s delightful lunacy, and I’m reminded of how well he utilized Chris Pine in Smokin’ Aces by getting him to play against type.  But the real scene-stealer could be David Hasselhoff, who, as we can see from one of these clips, does not like to be kept waiting. Hit the jump to check out the Stretch clips.  The film also stars Ed Helms, Jessica Alba, Brooklyn Decker, Norman Reedus, James Badge Dale, Ray Liotta, and Shaun Toub.  Hopefully, we’ll get a release date soon. Stretch Movie clips David Hasselhoff »

- Matt Goldberg

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The Strain Recap: “The Third Rail”

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Hunting down and fighting monsters is what The Strain does best, and "The Third Rail" was an excellent showcase for it.  As the gang assembles in order to attack the Master in his lair, chaos and looting carries on all around them.  But the rag-tag bunch on the hunt, as well as those left back at the pawnshop, have a difficult time with one another.  The vampirism also claims another victim close to home.  Hit the jump for why, "you've been waiting for this your whole life, haven't you?  Well congratulations on the vampire apocalypse." The Strain has done a great job of revealing different aspects of its vampires slowly.  We know that there are three basic tiers: The Master at the top, his humanoid servants (like Eichhorst) next, and on the bottom, a legion of baby vamps who are under the Master's control and unable to reason.  We also »

- Allison Keene

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Masters Of Sex Recap: “One For The Money, Two For The Show”

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For so many reasons, it's difficult to believe that "One for the Money and Two for the Show" is Masters of Sex's penultimate episode this season.  It was a season that started out with such excellent potential regarding a shifting paradigm in Ginny and Bill's relationship, even introducing a race-related storyline that was primed for something so different on television (one that could have even made Masters fully step out of Mad Men's shadow by meaningfully incorporating minority characters and perspectives).  Instead, the show dropped that Buell Green narrative quickly and unceremoniously, jumped forward in time, and ended back at a place emotionally before "Fight" or even the season opener.  Hit the jump for why maybe the show needs someone to tell them they look weird in this tie. The worst first: what has become of Ginny and Bill's relationship?  As mentioned before the jump, Masters of Sex came out »

- Allison Keene

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The Maze Runner Sequel, The Scorch Trials, Set for September 18, 2015

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The Maze Runner sprinted to a successful opening at the box office this weekend, and now 20th Century Fox is moving forward on the sequel, The Scorch Trials, which will be released on September 18, 2015.  The sequel was already in pre-production since director Wes Ball showed off some concept art at The Maze Runner’s Comic-Con panel this past July.  Additionally, work on the sequel script began almost a year ago.  For studios, the most important element to Ya franchises is speed, and as long as the debut is a success, the sequel is already loaded and ready to go.  We saw it with Divergent and Insurgent earlier this year.  On the flipside, don’t expect to see a sequel to The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones anytime ever. Hit the jump to check out The Scorch Trials concept art along with a synopsis for James Dashner’s novel of the same name. »

- Matt Goldberg

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Ray Donovan Recap: “Rodef”

8 hours ago

As has been Ray Donovan's trajectory all season, Ray's attempts to manage his family -- even under the guise of protecting them -- have finally unravelled completely.  Though he spent much of "Rodef" covering his bases with Ezra, Abby, Avi, Lena, Cochran and others (should he end up in jail), in his final scene of anguish, he was unable to protect the two most important people in his life: Conor and Bridget.  Yet, as always, it wasn't chance or fate that led to that outcome, but Ray's own choices.  Hit the jump to find out how many Vietnam vets it takes to screw in a lightbulb ("You weren't there, man!") One thing Ray Donovan doesn't usually have a lot of is suspense.  "Rodef" was an excellent exception to that.  Shorty and his oxygen tank have been a disaster waiting to happen all season, and in a very Checkovian way, the »

- Allison Keene

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Boardwalk Empire Recap: “What Jesus Said”

8 hours ago

Even for someone who likes Boardwalk Empire's slowest and most meditative episodes, "What Jesus Said" necessitated the use of caffeine to get through it.  The summation of its vignettes seemed to be that you can't escape who you are.  In the end, almost everyone was haunted by the past, or faced with the reality of a life they preferred to keep hidden.  Boardwalk's final season seems to be, in part, about consequence, and there's no better way to drive that home than to consider what it is that got you there.  Hit the jump, boy! I'm still not entirely convinced that the weekly convention of Nucky's childhood flashbacks are working, but they do break up an otherwise dull parade of conversations.  By working, I mean that if they are intended to make us feel closer to, or somehow sorry for Nucky because of the trials of his upbringing, it's not really connecting in that way. »

- Allison Keene

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Colin Farrell Confirmed to Star in True Detective Season 2, Offers Update on Show

10 hours ago

The rumors have been swirling for a while that Colin Farrell was in talks for True Detective Season 2, but now the actor has confirmed that we will indeed appear.  There's still no official confirmation that Vince Vaughn will be appearing (or Taylor Kitsch for that matter), but now that this piece of info is firmed up I would expect some more official announcements in the coming weeks. Season 2 of Nic Pizzolatto's show will reportedly take place in three different California cities with a plot that, to me, is beginning to resemble Chinatown via Zodiac in that it's about land deals but also how different law enforcement agencies intersect with each other.  The casting news came with this semi-logline that this next stretch of episodes, "looks set to pick up on the vicious murder of a corrupt businessman found dead the night before he completes a deal."  Hit the jump »

- Evan Dickson

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