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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Fan Luyuan

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The multi-billion-dollar Chinese company, Alibaba has rapidly become one of the most influential media companies in the world, and its film division has just expanded the powers of its newly appointed CEO, Fan Luyuan. The company has been in somewhat of a flux over the last two years and Fan is its third leader in the last 15 months, replacing Yu Yongfu, who did not even make a year into his appointment. This expanded power basically grants him all the flexibility that had been accumulated by Yu over the course of his tenure as CEO. While it is not certain

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- Rick Wallace

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Check Out This Ducktales Theme Song Done Acapella

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It’s different, that much is obvious, and it’s well done as well. But somehow I think I’d still prefer the actual Ducktales them as it’s written and performed for the show. But one thing kind of confuses me that I can’t believe I’ve never really heard until now. Maybe it’s because the acapella version brings it out a little better, but when the theme says “grab onto some duck tales”, doesn’t that seem a little odd? I’m not going to go into any type of sexual harassment rant if you’re concerned about that, the phrase just struck me funny and

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- Wake

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Once Upon A Time Review: “Forking Paths” Lead Confusing Places

2 hours ago

I’m always one of the last people to give up on a show. I’ve invested so much time in Once Upon A Time that I am definitely willing to continue with it. However, episodes like this make me question my unyielding loyalty to certain television programs. This was a fine episode for filling in gaps for our new main characters and what happened to them prior to the curse. It was well acted, and interesting and helpful information. But that’s about all it was. I enjoy a good visual story as much as the next guy, but if you’re really pressed for

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- Nick Hogan

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Josh Boone

2 hours ago

Writer and director, Josh Boone, has established as a talented and creative mind in Hollywood. Josh has written directed and produced films in Hollywood that have a set a standard that makes him a prized commodity for those looking for quality content that sells at the box office. Josh’s breakout came when he wrote Stuck in Love back in 2012, which got the attention of the powers that be in tinsel town. Through the buzz created around Stuck in Love, Josh got the opportunity to direct The Fault in Our Stars in 2014, and he wrote and directed The New

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- Rick Wallace

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Gotham Review: Bruce Succumbs to “The Blade’s Path”

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This week’s episode of Gotham has finally broken free of the shackles it placed on itself by borrowing from the Dark Knight. Okay, so it really has broken free for a couple weeks now, but this episode finally felt like a separate story. Instead of retelling the Ra’s Al Ghul saga (though it touched on that), this episode spent most of its allotted hour exploring different character pairs than it normally uses. Some are more common than others, but all of them were compelling and fun to watch. First up, we have Gordon and Alfred (pictured above). The two have teamed up for badassery

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- Nick Hogan

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Five of the Most Epic Road Trips Taken in Movies

3 hours ago

Want to spend a bunch of time with friends or family in the same vicinity as you rocket across the Us? Want to see how long it takes before you’re at each others throats for the slightest thing? Then you need to head out on the glorious, nerve-rending experience that is the road trip. A lot of people try to do this when they’re younger as it can bring a sense of adventure as you hurtle into the vast unknown where the road only knows where it will take you. Of course that was back before Gps and apps that

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- Wake

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about “Punch Drunk Love”

4 hours ago

Punch Drunk Love is essentially about a man that is so depressingly lonely that he despairs over ever finding a woman that he can feel comfortable with and share his life with. When he attempts to call a sex line the operator then attempts to extort money for him, and then sends a four thuggish brothers over to collect.  Throughout all of this Barry is attempting to kindle a relationship with a woman that works with one of his sisters and doesn’t want her to find out about the sex line he called. Eventually however a confrontation with the brothers

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- Wake

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Five Things you Didn’t Know about Carrie Ann Inaba

5 hours ago

If she looks familiar it’s probably because you’ve been watching Dancing With The Stars. Carrie Ann Inaba has acted as a judge on the show but has had a rather impressive career to date. She’s been featured in film and on TV for her dancing abilities and has choreographed a fair number of TV series as well. To this point she’s been highly recognized for her dancing abilities and has even acted out a few scenes throughout various movies in the past. One notable moment was when she played the character of Fook Yu in Austin Powers: Goldmember. Inaba has

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- Wake

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What We Know About the New Film ‘Bigger That’s in Development

5 hours ago

Some of the most recent news to come from the world of movies is that there is a new film in development called ‘Bigger’. It is based on the real-life story of how the Mr. Olympia bodybuilding contest was founded by Joe and Ben Weider. As Arnold Schwarzenegger was competing in bodybuilding around the time the contest started in 1965, he is likely to be a big part of the story. Joe and Ben Weider are the brothers who also founded the International Federation of Bodybuilding. It was the brothers who first discovered Schwarzenegger who won the Mr. Olympia title

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- Nat Berman

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Five Great Films That Took Place Over the Course of One Day

6 hours ago

It’s a little hard to realize that some films are only supposed to take one day or less to explain the entirety of their plot, premise, and main points. From what most people know films take weeks and even months to film in order to get things right, and thinking that it all amounts to one day in the life of the characters is hard to swallow at times. But some films, despite only being made to show the happenings of one day, are still confined to that 24-hour time period and no more. That makes the audience realize that

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- Wake

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High School in China Successfully Recreates Opening to La La Land

6 hours ago

Yeah this is something to be impressed by since the choreography seems like it would take a while to really get down. But this high school in China did happen to nail the opening to La La Land, if only in a different venue. I can completely understand not recreating or taking the kids out to a freeway setting however since the liability probably would have been way too high. So they made do with the venue they had, their high school, which actually produced tighter spaces and less room for overall movement but still introduced a different dynamic that

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- Wake

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Why The Film “Josie and the Pussycats” Was Way Ahead of Its Time

7 hours ago

It might seem that there are at lot of great arguments for why Josie and the Pussycats were way ahead of their time, but one rings out the most to me upon reading the source article, and that’s the commercialization of music. In other words, music is just a stepping stone a lot of times to get to bigger, better deals that have little if anything to do with the real reason why so many musicians get into the act. It might seem like they’re all having the time of their lives in videos and onstage and it’s true, during

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- Wake

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The Top Uses of John Denver Songs in Movies or TV

7 hours ago

Henry John Deutschendor Jr. was a legend among musicians that was taken too soon in life. Obviously his real name never really made it into the limelight that much, but John Denver definitely had a much nicer ring to it and was easier to pronounce. The man was simply amazing and was lauded as one of the most successful musicians of his era. It could be argued that his fame is still very real after all these years since he’s still heard occasionally on TV and in movies. Denver actually performed 300 or more songs and composed around 200 of

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- Wake

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Lil Rel Howrey

8 hours ago

Lil Rel Howrey is a comedian who stars in “The Carmichael Show” which is an NBC sitcom. He’s a favorite from the series and has amassed a fan base who enjoy his unique sense of humor. Lil Rel has done well in his acting career but he hasn’t fared so well in his personal life in the past few years. Here are five things you didn’t know about the funny man. j Lil Rel isn’t always funny The actor was involved in an automobile collision in 2016. He was a passenger in a vehicle that rear ended another car. After

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- Dana Hanson-Firestone

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What “Where the Wild Things Are” Could Have Been if Maurice Sendak Could Draw a Horse

8 hours ago

Now That is funny. If you can’t do one thing then definitely do another thing that makes more sense for your skill set. I wonder if Sendak even contemplated hiring someone to draw horses for him, or if it was just too much trouble and possibly too much money. Having tried to audition authors for my own book covers I can tell anyone that wants to listen that hiring a graphic artist is not cheap, not at all.  Even for a kids book this kind of effort is something that most artists want to get paid well for, and I

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- Wake

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Will & Grace Review: Grandpa Jack Is Everything We Hoped He Would Be

9 hours ago

There are a lot of things you can say about Jack McFarland. Jack McFarland is fabulous, Jack McFarland is poised even in a bathrobe, Jack McFarland is bright and shiny 365 of however many years old he says he is this week. Though we can never quite fit Jack into the category of parental figure. Years ago on Will & Grace, Jack did discover that he had a son born from artificial insemination. Now we find out that not only does Jack retain the title of Dad, he has another new role to fill: Grandpa. Catching up on the time

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- Araceli Aviles

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Harrison Ford’s Halloween Costume Game is Pretty Incredible

9 hours ago

Harrison Ford must love Halloween because as you’ll see below he definitely gets into it. Of course if you think he would dress up like one of his iconic characters then you’re dead wrong since Han and Indy are nowhere to be seen on this list. I know, go shed a tear and then come back, you’ll no doubt be pleasantly surprised since Harrison Ford tends to amaze at almost everything he does it would seem. No really, the guy is just that awesome that he can get away with almost anything and people will love him, even if it

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- Wake

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High School Dance Team Impresses With Wizard Of Oz and Pixar Themed Homecoming Pep Rally Routines

9 hours ago

Is is just me or are high school presentations starting to look like professionally-done productions? Well, at least if they were done on a less than shoestring budget and with less than adequate cinematography. But really, watching these clips I am seriously impressed by watching these two clips at the level of skill that’s been displayed. I don’t know what high school this was but this is one heck of a homecoming routine. I think all we ever did at mine was watch the cheerleaders perform a new routine and do something to prank the football team. It was fun

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- Wake

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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Chris Janson

10 hours ago

Chris Janson is a country singer who has country in his soul. He was born in Perryville, Missouri, and grew up along the Mississippi River. The family values he learned along the way haven’t left him. He’s a successful songwriter, too, having written for Tim McGraw, Holly Williams, Justin Moore and many others. His self-released single “Buy Me a Boat” took him to the very top of the country music charts and made him famous. Janson has the reputation for being an unpredictable entertainer. When he’s on stage, he’s enjoying making music. Nashville Gab compared him to a wild horse

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- Nat Berman

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Five Supervillains That are The Easiest to Defeat

10 hours ago

Some comic book supervillains are notoriously tough, but then again some of them have weaknesses that make you feel a little deflated when you really think about how simply they can be put down. Granted this is if the heroes can actually discover their weaknesses and exploit them while the villains are attacking, but more or less some of them have some obvious and very glaring faults that are hard to stomach when you think about how awesome they could be. Of course, a few aren’t really that great to begin with, but really, the most awesome supervillains are usually

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- Wake

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