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Olivia Munn shows off her impressive new Psylocke moves

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Most people know Olivia Munn as the former host of G4’s “Attack of the Show!” but she’s been kicking around Hollywood in bit parts for years. Now her big break may be upon her as Munn takes on the role of Psylocke in the upcoming film “X-Men Apocalypse.” Psylocke is well-known within the comic community as a mutant who combines her telepathic/telekinetic gifts with martial arts to become a deadly assassin. Recently, Munn showed off her hard work behind-the-scenes to capture that aspect of her character.   Freestyle #latergram @karine_lmx A video posted by Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) on Aug 1, 2015 at 11:15am Pdt   »


- Donna Dickens

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Taylor Swift sang 'Am I Wrong' with Nico and Vinz

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Taylor Swift‘s “1989” tour took things things way, way back to 2014 over the weekend at BC Place in Vancouver, Canada. At her August 1 show, she brought Nico and Vinz onstage for their huge hit from last year, “Am I Wrong?” Watch the video above. Swift likes having other famous folk and hit makers on her stage... Read the complete article at Radio.com. »


- Brian Ives - Radio.com

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Trailer for the 'Deadpool' trailer: This is what we do now

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The trailer for "Deadpool" is dropping tomorrow. The trailer for the trailer is here Now. This is our reality, folks, trailers for trailers. This time, at least, it's funny. Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool has a clapper. And is aware of Reynolds' mixed box office success. And can say the word "sphincter" with that growly voice. For those who were at Comic-Con (or enjoyed pirate streams of Hall H from Comic-Con), this footage will be pretty familiar: some dialogue copy was altered for this teaser purpose, but this trailer's trailer is essentially the same. The official trailer will be out tomorrow (Aug. 4). "Deadpool" heads to theaters Feb. 12, 2016. »


- Katie Hasty

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Your first look at 'Zoolander 2' is silly as hell

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"In the beginning, there was nothing, an infinite void then in an instant everything known to man came into being...Why are we here? Is there intelligent life beyond our galaxy? Or the one question that has puzzled mankind since the beginning of time…" That Stephen Hawking-like voice (DECTalk's "Dennis" speech synthesizer) is an alarm, it's finally time for "Zoolander 2." Though the Blue Steel-ing male model may not be able to answer the question "If God exists, then why did he make ugly people?” The long-sought sequel to the Ben Stiller-starrer from 2001 has its first video teaser, ahead of a Feb. 12 release date (that date, naturally, was announced during Paris Fashion Week this year). Owen Wilson will be returning, with Kristen Wiig co-starring and loads of cameos (including Justin Bieber) already lining up. »


- Katie Hasty

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Here, allow for Abbi from 'Broad City' to blow your hair back with this lip-sync

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The "Broad City" gals Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are going head to head in the next episode of "Lip Sync Battle" on Spike TV this week, and we already know at least one performance will blow your hair back. Jacobson steps to the mic in this sneak-peek to perform "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" from "Dreamgirls," which was sung by Jennifer Hudson in the 2006 version of the film. No word yet what Ilana may tackle on the LL Cool J-hosted show, but she looks pretty wowed here. »


- Katie Hasty

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Review: 'Cop Car' feels a little too Coen Brothers-lite and that's not a good thing

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The third annual Sundance Nextfest kicked off Sunday evening with a screening of “Cop Car” at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in conjunction with Cinespia.  The thriller debuted at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in the Next selection and has become a buzzed about title because its director, Jon Watts, has been chosen to helm the next incarnation of the “Spider-Man” franchise.  We’re not exactly sure what Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures saw in Watts’ helming of  “Cop Car,” but that’s a topic for another day.   Set in the outskirts of a small Colorado town, the movie begins with two young kids making their way across a wide-open field in search of anything, something to entertain them.  Travis  (James Freedson-Jackson) and Harrison (Hays Wellford) talk about how they are running away from home, but it sounds more like bluster than anything else.  To their surprise, they soon come across what »


- Gregory Ellwood

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Things get bad for the 'True Detective' heroes right as the season gets good?

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A review of tonight's "True Detective" coming up just as soon as I manage an Applebee's... "After all, don't fight what you can't change." -Frank Among the many glaring problems of this season, one of the biggest has been the convoluted mystery at the center of it. In crafting a plot involving so many disparate characters, crimes, agendas and even eras, Nic Pizzolatto hasn't lacked for ambition this year, but the story has lacked any obvious reason for the audience to care about any of it. The show's struggle with characterization ties into this — if Frank had been a more successful character, for instance, I might have been curious about who caused him to lose his money and power, but as Vince Vaughn struggled to find his voice, it didn't feel worth the mental effort — but like Ray Velcoro, I spent a lot of the season's early chapters struggling to »


- Alan Sepinwall

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Hey, AMC: Quit screwing around and renew 'Halt and Catch Fire'

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On Friday, AMC came to press tour and announced renewals for a whole bunch of shows that are not "Halt and Catch Fire." This is unacceptable. Sure, for much of it its first season, "Halt" was a collection of interesting performances and ideas in search of a TV show worth containing them all. But by the time it started this second season, the show about the dawn of the computer age had given itself a massive system upgrade, and is now one of the very best dramas in all of television, let alone on AMC. There was a moment in tonight's season finale — a conversation on an airplane between spouses Donna (Kerry Bishé) and Gordon (Scoot McNairy) that had a much deeper meaning for her than for him — that hit me as hard as anything I've seen in a good long time, and it was just one spectacular scene among many this season. »


- Alan Sepinwall

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