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Stars of 'Supernatural' show off their American pride at Women's World Cup final

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There are perks to filming your TV show in Canada. Especially when the Women's World Cup is in Vancouver, British Columbia. "Supernatural" actors Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles (and their wives, Genevieve Padalecki, who played Ruby on the CW show, and Danneel Harris) attended the World Cup final yesterday, where they got to watch the U.S. beat Japan. Check out the photo Padalecki tweeted of the four of them in their Team USA gear below. World Cup time w/ @realGpad @JensenAckles and @DanneelHarris !!! #WomensWorldCup holy moly @CarliLloyd !! pic.twitter.com/kcHYdgYcQo — Jared Padalecki (@jarpad) July 5, 2015 »


- Emily Rome

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Damon Albarn played 5-hour set at Roskilde, was forcibly removed from the stage

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You think you had a wild 4th of July weekend.... Damon Albarn had to be forcibly removed from the stage at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark on Saturday night when organizers asked he cease performing after five hours on stage. The Gorillaz and Blur frontman was actually at the fest leading African Express, a supergroup of world musicians. It was at about 4am local time that Albarn along with Songhoy Blues, Nick Zinner, Jeff Wootton, and Seye Adelekan launched into The Clash's "Should I Stay Or Should I Go" in order to rile of fans who wanted the group to keep playing. Instead, Albarn was quickly hoisted over the shoulder of a security guard and hauled off. »


- Katie Hasty

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New 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' posters imply rebellion is a young person's game

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The revolution is upon us in the final installment of “The Hunger Games.” And what would a good rebellion be without strong propaganda to push back against the Capitol’s relentless PR machine? Today Lionsgate released Eight character posters to different sites. Each member of District 13’s rebel forces stares into the camera while covered in Mockinjay war paint. Just as telling is who Isn’T present. No Haymitch. No Effie. And no President Coin. #1: Katniss Everdeen via Yahoo Image Credit: Lionsgate   #2: Peeta Mellark via MTV Image Credit: Lionsgate   #3: Gale Hawthorne via EW Image Credit: Lionsgate   #4: Primrose Everdeen via Facebook Image Credit: Lionsgate   #5: Finnick Odair via Metro UK Image Credit: Lionsgate   #6: Cressida via Mashable Image Credit: Lionsgate   #7: Johanna Mason via IMDb Image Credit: Lionsgate   #8: Boggs via Fandango Image Credit: Lionsgate   “The Hunger Games: Mockingly - Part 2” hits theaters on November »


- Donna Dickens

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'Incept Out' reimagines Pixar's latest film with 1000% more 'Inception' bwong

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As you recover from the long holiday weekend and desperately try to avoid the excessive amounts of work that somehow managed piled up in your absence*, take two minutes to watch the inevitable mash-up between “Inception” and “Inside Out.” It’s an Internet rite of passage…and it’s darn good to boot! *For non-Americans, feel free to watch as you desperately try to avoid normal work. Incept Out: Mashup trailer of Inside Out and Inception from Nelson Carvajal on Vimeo. [Via Av Club] »


- Donna Dickens

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Exclusive: Jessica Chastain is a gothic queen in blood-red 'Crimson Peak' poster

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Everything old is new again. In the case of “Crimson Peak” by Guillermo del Toro, this is literal. After languishing on the edges of pop culture since the late 90s, goth is poised to make a decisive comeback with this creepy horror film that evokes the Faux-Victorian ideals of fashion and disaffected apathy. All the trailer was missing was a character smoking cloves and looking bored. Now — ahead of their big panel at Comic-Con this week — Legendary is releasing stylized character posters that would be at home in any den of iniquity (aka the basement relit with blacklight and Get Out Mom Oh My God Knock First!). HitFix Harpy is pleased to reveal Jessica Chastain as the enigmatic Lady Lucille Sharpe! You can check out the other three poster reveals at Collider, ComingSoon, and SlashFilm respectively. Image Credit: Legendary Pictures "Crimson Peak" creeps into theaters on October 16, 2015.   »


- Donna Dickens

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Sunday Ratings: Team USA's Women's World Cup triumph scores big for Fox

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Fast National ratings for Sunday, July 5, 2015. The Us Women's National Team scored a decisive World Cup Final victory over Japan and also draw huge numbers to Fox on Sunday night. The soccer action and its subsequent, extended post-game crushed Sunday competition that included ABC's summer hit "Celebrity Family Feud," CBS' reliable "Big Brother" and Nascar coverage on NBC. An obligatory reminder that these numbers reflect time period data and Not the ratings for the soccer game itself, since the Final started in early primetime on the right side of the country, but only hit West Coast primetime in its second half. Let's get to the numbers... Among adults 18-49, Fox averaged a 5.3 rating for Sunday night, dominating the key demographic. ABC's 1.0 key demo rating, CBS' 0.9 key demo rating and the 0.8 key demo rating for NBC followed. Overall, Fox averaged 16.75 million viewers and an 8.5 rating/16 share for Sunday primetime. CBS was »


- Daniel Fienberg

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Reviewing the best 'Halt and Catch Fire' episode yet

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Thoughts on last night's terrific "Halt and Catch Fire" coming up just as soon as I try to steal HBO to watch "Cat People"... I praised the second season of "Halt" after watching the four episodes AMC made available to critics in advance of the premiere. These next two episodes, and "10Broad36" in particular, have been even better, as they've built on the foundation laid about the perilous states of Mutiny, the Clark marriage, Gordon's physical and mental health, and Joe's attempt to be less of a... Joe. It's safe to say that Joe is back in full manipulator mode, but it's working better for the show than it did last season for a few reasons. First, he's actually being a visionary this time rather than some guy blowing up everyone's lives in order to make a slightly cheaper laptop no one will remember. Second, he's doing it against people who know what he's about, »


- Alan Sepinwall

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Season Finale Review: 'Penny Dreadful' - Eva Green vs. the Devil was worth the wait

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It’s hard to imagine the characters that inhabit the world of  “Penny Dreadful” being in worse emotional predicaments than they were at the end of season one, but creator and writer John Logan leaves his creations at their lowest points following the season two finale, “And They Were Enemies.”  Thankfully, he has the combined talents of Eva Green, Billie Piper, Rory Kinnear and director Bruce Kirk to make the preceding hour a more satisfying finale than viewers might have expected. The previous episode, "And Hell Itself My Only Foe," found our heroes invading the home of Madame Kali (Helen McCrory) in order to rescue Sir Malcolm (Timothy Dalton) from her coven of witches.  It ended with Vanessa Ives (Green) facing her greatest fear, a doll of herself, and a trapped Sembene (Danny Sapani) refusing to kill Mr. Chandler (Josh Hartnett) before the full moon transformed him into his uncontrollable werewolf state. »


- Gregory Ellwood

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Review: 'True Detective' - 'Maybe Tomorrow': Death becomes him

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A review of tonight's "True Detective" coming up just as soon as I'm running a yogurt stand... "Is Ray hurt? What happened?" -Felicia "Somebody murdered him." -Frank At the end of the first season of "True Detective," Nic Pizzolatto expressed some frustration that his audience had spent so much time fixating on the show's oblique references to the supernatural. "I'm interested in the atmosphere of cosmic horror, but that's about all I have to say about weird fiction," he told me. "I did feel the perception was tilted more towards weird fiction than perhaps it should have been." The viewers who latched onto that part of Rust and Marty's story weren't imagining it. Those references to "The Yellow King" and Cthulu were there in the show, even if they weren't intended to be viewed as the larger point of the piece. Those viewers were disappointed when the solution to the »


- Alan Sepinwall

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