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'Big Brother 17' Spoilers: Steve Is Breaking Up Liztin, Bless Him

12 hours ago

*Warning: BB17 spoilers ahead from the live feeds.*

He may not be the hero "Big Brother 17" wants or deserves -- especially with that teddy bear he's now carrying around -- but Steve Moses is the hero of BB17 Week 11. Because he is the new Head of Household and he just nominated Austin Matelson and Liz Nolan for eviction. Yes, he's finally taking on the Austwins alliance of Austin/Liz/Julia. So maybe take a break from your bashing of Steve for not flipping the house for Meg and recognize that he's aiming for something better than a Julia eviction: He wants the heads of Liztin. And we're here for it!

Poll: Better Showmance? Rt: Steve and his Teddy bear Fav: Liztin #Bblf #BB17 #BigBrother pic.twitter.com/8M2l3Sczcb

- BigBrotherFP (@UltimateBBFanPg) September 4, 2015

Julia and Liz are currently cursing Steve to high heaven, since he didn't put up Johnny Mac. »

- Gina Carbone

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Emily Ratajkowski Is Sick of 'Blurred Lines': 'It's the Bane of My Existence'

15 hours ago

Many of us had no idea who Emily Ratajkowski was until told she was the featured brunette in Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" video. She got special attention in the topless version and then suddenly had roles in "Gone Girl," "Entourage" and "We Are Your Friends." But there's a lot more to Emily than just a sexy figure, and in her new cover story with InStyleUK she clearly tries to distance herself from the controversial video:

I wasn't into the idea at all at first. I think I came off as a bit annoyed in the video. Now, it's the bane of my existence. When anyone comes up to me about Blurred Lines, I'm like, are we seriously talking about a video from three years ago?"

Yep, we seriously are. Because boobs. America loves and shames boobs in equal measure. On that note, Emily added:

It's weird to me that »

- Gina Carbone

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Sorry, New 'Walking Dead' Season 6 Spoilers Hint to Gregory, Not Negan

16 hours ago

*Walking Dead comic book and filming spoilers ahead*

"The Walking Dead" Season 6 is entering serious comic book territory. The supersized premiere airs October 11, but the second half of the 16-episode season is currently filming in Georgia. Previously, there were clues to filming at Hilltop Colony --an ally community for Alexandria and a major location in the comic -- and a casting notice for someone that sounded like Paul "Jesus" Monroe, a badass Hilltop resident and future Rick Grimes buddy. The Spoiling Dead Fans has fresh updates on Jesus, who appears to now be filming with the group (no name for the actor yet, though).

And now there's a new casting notice for Episode 11 and beyond that has fans kinda split. Is it for Gregory, the tool who runs Hilltop, or Negan, the much-anticipated next major villain?

First, here's TVLine's tease, on Team Negan:

Now I'm really worried that a certain »

- Gina Carbone

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Watch Mark Ruffalo Own the 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Bloopers

17 hours ago

Sometimes the Avengers just fail to assemble correctly. But that's half the fun! Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" has its digital release this Tuesday, September 8, and it's out on DVD/Blu-ray on October 2. One of the many extras coming with the release is a gag reel, and you can watch it now in the video below.

Several stars are showcased in the bloopers, including Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Samuel L. Jackson, Stellan Skarsgård, and Mark Ruffalo. Sam Jackson closes the video with a strong mock smackdown to Scarlett for going "all stealth mode, motherf--ker" out of the frame. Stellan has a weird line about a swimsuit. But Mark basically owns the gag reel with his struggle to get through Dr. Banner's unpronounceable dialogue and his random but perfect "Can I ask you something?" Columbo impression. Peter Falk would be proud, man.

Check it out:

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- Gina Carbone

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Chris Evans Reveals His Soft Spot For Romance Movies (Exclusive)

17 hours ago

Chris Evans has played pretty much every role under the sun and has spent a better part of the last four years bring Captain America to life. So it's no surprise that Evans is feeling ready to hang up his shield and try something new -- directing.

"Before We Go" marks his directorial debut and, since he also stars in the film, gives us hope that he isn't ready to stop acting all together.

Evans sat down with us to chat all about his directing hopes, what it's like to wear a lot of hats while making a movie, and the scene that he felt the most pressure to nail.

Moviefone: You've been talking about wanting to direct for a while now. What was it about this movie that made you chose it as your directorial debut?

Chris Evans: Well, to be very candid, it was a combination of factors. »

- Rachel Horner

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'Once Upon a Time' Season 5 Will Reveal Henry's First Crush

17 hours ago

No fairy tale is complete without romance, and one main character on "Once Upon a Time" Season 5 is about to have his very first crush. Ah, young love!

It's tough to picture our little Henry as old enough for hearts and flowers, but actor Jared S. Gilmore is now 15, and his character is as human as the next magical person traveling through worlds on this show.

A fan asked Entertainment Weekly if any new faces would be coming to Ouat; here's the Henry-focused response:

Yes, and the newbie has a connection to Henry. "We're going to meet Henry's very first crush," says Ep Edward Kitsis. Since Kitsis also notes that Camelot is a place of love, I'm guessing his crush will hail from there, but Tptb are keeping tight-lipped. "It's a character that we're going to meet and we want it to be a surprise," adds Ep Adam Horowitz. "It's »

- Gina Carbone

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Stan Lee Reacts to 'Fantastic Four' Flop, Names Chris Evans His Marvel Bff

18 hours ago

They say you should never have a favorite child -- or at least admit to it -- but when you're the Marvel king and you're 92 years old, you can pretty much do whatever you want. Stan Lee just went ahead and named his favorite Marvel actor, his favorite cameo (coming up), and even his favorite superhero costume and what makes it "the best thing we did." Stan opened up on the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe on "Larry King Now" and you can watch clips from the talk below.

One thing Larry King asked about is the disappointing reviews and box office for the "Fantastic Four" reboot. Stan Lee co-created the characters, and he has defended the casting of Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm. Larry asked how Stan felt about the harsh reception to the movie. "Well it was probably because I didn't have a cameo in it," Stan joked, »

- Gina Carbone

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Watch Puppies Play with the Bb-8 Toy from 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

18 hours ago

The internet's been abuzz with excitement over the new Bb-8 toy from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which hits shelves today in honor of Force Friday. But could anything possibly make the already-awesome android even better?

The simple answer is yes, especially when adorable puppies are concerned. Vanity Fair had the ingenious idea of testing out the toy with a coterie of cute pups, and as you'll see in the video below, the results are just as wonderful as you'd expect.

Set to a tune that sounds suspiciously like the Mos Eisley Cantina music, the video features a group of puppies sizing up Bb-8, sniffing him, nuzzling him, chasing him, and even being chased themselves. It's almost too adorable to bear.

Check out the video for yourself, and just try not to squeal with delight. (It's impossible.)

Watch this video on The Scene.

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- Katie Roberts

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Ellen Pompeo Is Offended by the Idea That 'Grey's Anatomy' Needs Derek

18 hours ago

The show is called "Grey's Anatomy" for the character of Meredith Grey, so Ellen Pompeo was hurt when some fans said the show should end after the death of Patrick Dempsey's character, Derek Shepherd.

In a new Entertainment Weekly cover story with the stars of Shona Rhimes' entire "Shondaland," Ellen said she was personally offended by the idea that "Grey's" can't go on without McDreamy.

Let's keep it really real for a second and say this is really difficult for my ego. It's okay! We all have one! It's like, Annalise Keating carries [How to Get Away With Murder], Olivia Pope carries [Scandal]. But somehow, Meredith Grey needs someone. Why can't I just be the lead of the show the way Annalise and Olivia can? Why can't I be on that poster by myself?"

Good point, and one you'd probably never have to hear a guy make -- it's not like they ended "Dexter" when any of Dexter's loved ones died. »

- Gina Carbone

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Check Out 'Game of Thrones' Characters Drawn in the Style of 'Bob's Burgers'

18 hours ago

The internet is a wonderful place, where an idea as silly as drawing the "Game of Thrones" characters in the style of the "Bob's Burgers" characters is not only possible, but somehow incredibly awesome, too.

That's just what Imgur artist CarlosDanger101 did, illustrating an impressive array of almost every single character from the sprawling world of Westeros as if they were employees at Bob Belcher's titular shop. In his post on the image-sharing website, the artist explained that it took him about a month to draw all the characters, and his attention to detail shows.

In addition to a large group picture, featuring all the characters mashed into one image, CarlosDanger101 also drew individual family portraits, including the different houses of Westeros. There's little Bran Stark riding on Hodor's back in the House Stark image, and a maniacal-looking King Joffrey wielding a sword among the House Lannister clan, all »

- Katie Roberts

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Why 'Captain America: Civil War' Almost Forced Kevin Feige to Quit Marvel

19 hours ago

There was a real behind-the-scenes clash during the making of Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" that nearly led to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige leaving the company.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Feige wasn't happy about having to report to New York-based Marvel Entertainment CEO Isaac "Ike" Perlmutter, who wanted to keep a lid on the budget for the sequel that's so big, it's being referred to as "Avengers 2.5." The film, as fans well know, pits Captain America against Iron Man and features just about every one of the Avengers line-up.

"New York wanted to scale it down," an insider tells THR, referring not just to Perlmutter, but to the in-house "creative committee," a group of executives from Marvel's various divisions that includes Alan Fine, Perlmutter's right-hand man.

"New York had a big say for a long time, but hasn't Kevin earned the right to some autonomy? He's made the company billions. »

- Sharon Knolle

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Sean Astin's Five Favorite Survival Movies

19 hours ago

While we patiently wait for Sean Astin to get the gang back together for "Goonies 2," we have a brand new movie to catch him in -- "The Surface." It follows Mitch (Astin) as he tries to survive the rocky waters of Lake Michigan.

To celebrate his new flick, Astin told us the five movies he watches whenever he's in the mood for a survival tale.

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- Rachel Horner

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The New 'Fuller House' Logo Looks Awfully Familiar

20 hours ago

Netflix released the new, official logo for "Fuller House" this week, and fans of "Full House" will notice that it looks pretty familiar.

Designers clearly wanted to pay homage to the original show with this logo, and thus, it looks almost identical to the original "Full House" logo, down to the font, color, and angle of the letters. Netflix's reaction to this new nameplate also happens to be familiar, and we concur: Have mercy!

Have Mercy! Official #FullerHouse logo is here... pic.twitter.com/EbKXmhJUP3

- Netflix Us (@netflix) September 3, 2015

While critics might sneer that the logo is as unoriginal as the show itself, we like that the series is taking great strides to be as faithful to the first show as possible. After all, Netflix chose to revive the property for a reason, and fans of the original will surely appreciate even this small example of attention to detail. »

- Katie Roberts

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Could Tom Hardy Be the Next James Bond?

21 hours ago

After all the talk this week about Idris Elba potentially taking over the James Bond franchise, another under the radar candidate has quietly climbed the ranks as the potential new face of the franchise.

According to Variety, Irish betting site BoyleSports has been keeping track of the odds on different actors who could take over for Craig, and one candidate in particular has risen significantly in popularity. So who is this mystery man?

None other than Mad Max himself, Tom Hardy.

While Hardy's numbers have taken an impressive turn recently, rising from 6-1 odds to 4-1 odds (no doubt thanks to the success of "Fury Road"), fans of Elba shouldn't worry too much just yet. According to BoyleSports, Elba is still the frontrunner for the gig, tied with "Homeland" star Damian Lewis at 3-1 odds of becoming the new 007.

But a spokesman for betting site said that the market on »

- Katie Roberts

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Best of Late Night TV: Jason Sudeikis Plays Drinko, Andrew Garfield's Starbucks Job

22 hours ago

If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.

On "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon and Jason Sudeikis played a new game, Drinko (a take on the "Price Is Right" classic Plinko), in which each contestant had to drop two discs into cups at the bottom of a board, and the other had to drink a cocktail of the combination. While there were some truly gross options awaiting the duo -- pea soup, sambuca, pickle juice -- both Fallon and Sudeikis lucked out with their turns, with the nastiest thing either one drank being bubble tea.

Sudeikis also sat down with Fallon to chat about his son, Otis, with fiancee Olivia Wilde. The actor said he's been patiently »

- Katie Roberts

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13 Stars Who Almost Have an Egot

23 hours ago

Oh, the elusive Egot. It takes a very special performer to nail down an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and a Tony. The enviable club is a relatively small one, with impressive members like Whoopi Goldberg, Rita Moreno, Audrey Hepburn, and Mel Brooks. But there are a few entertainers that are almost there! Find out who is just one coveted statue away from reaching Egot status. Some of the contenders surprise you...

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- Alana Altmann

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11 Reasons Stephen Colbert Will Be the Best 'Late Night' Host Ever

4 September 2015 1:00 AM, PDT

Stephen Colbert is about to boldly go where, well, one other guy has been before. The former "The Colbert Report" host is filling David Letterman's coveted seat at CBS's "Late Show" starting September 8th. And even though he technically played a character on "Colbert," we all know that he's one of the funniest guys around and the perfect choice for a late night gig, whether he's being himself or not...

Let's take a look back 11 moments from his time at Comedy Central to get pumped for his new position and remind yourself why Stephen Colbert is truly one of the greats.

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- Alana Altmann

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The 13 Must-See Movies at Toronto Film Festival 2015

4 September 2015 12:00 AM, PDT

Thanks to Canada, Christmas comes early this year for movie fans.

Once again, the Toronto Film Festival has amassed quite the line-up of movies -- both in and out of competition -- that are sure to please anyone with two eyes and a heart.

Tiff 2015 has everything: From Hollywood studio fare like "The Martian" and "Black Mass," to more indie projects like the much-anticipated "High-Rise" starring Tom Hiddleston and Tom Hardy's crime thriller "Legend."

Like most film festivals, figuring out which movie to see can be daunting. To help you out with that, here are the 13 titles you must see in Toronto this year.

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- Phil Pirrello

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Benicio Del Toro Confirms 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' Villain Role

3 September 2015 9:25 AM, PDT

Though it's still a couple (light) years away, that hasn't stopped the rumor mill from churning for "Star Wars: Episode VIII," which has had some exciting casting news recently. And that includes the involvement of actor Benicio Del Toro in the production, which the actor just confirmed in a recent interview.

While in Spain promoting his new movie "A Perfect Day," Del Toro spoke to a local radio station about the "Episode VIII" rumors (as translated here by Star Wars 7 News), and let it slip that not only would he be appearing in the flick, but he's playing a villain, too. Here's the key piece of the transcript:

Interviewer: And are you going to shoot something after that?

Benicio Del Toro: No, just... *pause* Star Wars is coming up, we will see how that turns out. I think we start shooting in March.

Interviewer: And what's your role in this new Star Wars chapter? »

- Katie Roberts

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Dean Jones, Star of '60s Disney Classics, Dies at 84

3 September 2015 8:15 AM, PDT

Dean Jones, who starred in some of the most memorable live-action Disney flicks of the 1960s and '70s, died in Los Angeles on Monday of Parkinson's disease. He was 84.

Jones rose to stardom thanks to a handful of roles in successful Disney family films like "That Darn Cat!" and "The Love Bug," the latter of which introduced the world to Herbie, the Volkswagen Beetle with human-like tendencies. Jones was offered the lead role in 1965's "That Darn Cat!," opposite Hayley Mills, by Walt Disney himself, after impressing the studio head with his part on NBC sitcom "Ensign O'Toole."

He starred in many more Disney films, including "Monkeys, Go Home," "Million Dollar Duck," and "Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo." Jones also had a small part in Elvis Presley's 1957 classic "Jail House Rock," and appeared in "Clear and Present Danger," ''Beethoven," and "Other People's Money," among others, including a »

- Katie Roberts

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