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Eli Roth Boards ‘Cabin Fever’ Reboot

3 hours ago | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Eli Roth has come on board as an exec producer on the remake of his 2002 horror film “Cabin Fever.”

The remake stars Gage Golightly (“Teen Wolf”), Dustin Ingram (“Paranormal Activity 3″), Samuel Davis (TV’s “From Dusk Till Dawn”), Matthew Daddario and Nadine Crocker. It uses Roth’s original script, which follows a group of college students who rent a cabin for partying and fall victim to a flesh-eating virus.

The film started shooting this week in Portland, Ore. Cassian Elwes is executive producing along with Roth, Ike and Jaclyn Ann Suri, plus Peter Fruchtman. Travis Zariwny (“Intruder”) is directing and Armory and Pelican Point Media are financing. Producers are Contend’s Evan Astrowsky — who produced the original film with Roth — and Armory Films’ Chris Lemole and Tim Zajaros.

“Travis had an amazing vision for my original script, and, as a scary movie fan, I really wanted to see it, »


- Dave McNary

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‘Arrow’ Casts Vinnie Jones to Play Villain Brick

3 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The CW's “Arrow” has added yet another villain to its growing roster. British actor Vinnie Jones has been added to play the DC comic book villain known as Brick, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. See photos: 19 Best and Worst Superheroes to Hit TV: What's Flown? What's Blown? On the show, Jones will portray Danny Brickwell, a notorious gang leader who brings down the Starling City government. Unlike the impenetrable skin his comic book counterpart possesses, Jones’ character will be known as “Brick” on the show because he's been shot multiple times and survived each attempt. Jones will appear in. »


- Linda Ge

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James Franco Allegedly Attacks Paparazzo at Lana Del Rey Concert—See the Pic

2 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

James Franco has come under fire after he reportedly tackled a paparazzo, who apparently wants justice following the alleged altercation.  The 36-year-old attended the Lana Del Rey concert on Friday night at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where he was photographed gleefully running away from a shutterbug lying on the ground beside him with his left fist raised in the air.  While it's unclear what occurred between the two, an eyewitness tells E! News that Franco ran head first into the photog and tackled him football style, adding that the thesp was laughing but did not appear to be joking around.  TMZ reports that the paparazzo filed a report with the Lapd office on Saturday »


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Why Bethenny Frankel's Return to Real Housewives of New York City "Finally Feels Right"

3 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Who says you can't go home? Well, Bon Jovi., but Bethenny Frankel is heeding the message! The Skinnygirl entrepreneur is heading back to Real Housewives of New York City for the show's seventh season, she confirmed to E! News Monday. The 43-year-old mother of one explained on her Bethenny.com blog why, "after many years of hesitation," she decided to "return to my roots" on the reality series. "Bravo and I have maintained an incredible partnership and relationship over the years, which is something I am very proud of and grateful for," she wrote. "It really is where it all began for me, and you can't forget where you came from." The health and fitness mogul »


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Watch Jennifer Garner Impersonate Hubby Ben Affleck, Martha Stewart, Matthew McConaughey, a Goat and More!

34 minutes ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Part of why we love watching Jennifer Garner's interviews is because she's so cute and bubbly. But another large part is because the actress gets so involved in her story-telling that she often starts impersonating whoever it is she's talking about, and it's hilarious! Sometimes it's to try and win a late-night show game, and other times it's to give the full effect of a story that has to do with a famous celebrity she's worked with—Martha Stewart and Matthew McConaughey to name a few. But most of the time, it's her other half and also famous A-lister, hubby Ben Affleck (those ones are the best because you can just feel the love). Oh, and then there's the goat! The goat »


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‘What's the Deal?’ With Hollywood's Comic Book Movie Madness? (Video)

34 minutes ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

In the wake of Robert Downey Jr.‘s return to the McU, Warner Bros. finally unveiled its own ambitious master plan for the DC Movie Universe in a conference call with investors, which included films led by female characters, black characters and a self-described “queer” actor. TheWrap's film reporter Jeff Sneider was traveling in the midst of all the action so he didn't have a weigh in on all the excitement, but he's back and full of both questions and opinions. Sneider seems burned out on comic book movies but watch the video above to get his thoughts on all the latest. »


- Jeff Sneider

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Hear Taylor Swift’s ‘Welcome to New York’ [Updated]

39 minutes ago | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

More of what's to come from the new Taylor Swift album, 1989, a track called "Welcome to New York," clearly inspired by Swift's own experience moving to New York. (Well, at least, her experience of buying a penthouse apartment in New York.) It certainly captures a bit of that big=city wonderment, doesn't it? I guess someone already found her way out of the woods (and into Times Square).And here's the full track. Get it while it lasts! »


- Lindsey Weber

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ABC Close to Selling Out Oscar Telecast at $1.9 Mil an Ad

40 minutes ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Madison Avenue continues to rush to the Oscars.

ABC is nearing sell-out of its advertising inventory for its 2015 broadcast of the annual awards from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, according to two media-buying executives and other people familiar with the situation, even though it is seeking what may be some of the highest prices ever charged for the event.

ABC is seeking around $1.9 million for a 30-second spot in the program, these people said. The cost of a spot in the most recent broadcast, hosted in March by Ellen DeGeneres, went for between $1.8 million and $1.9 million. The Oscars are set for a February 22, 2015, broadcast on ABC, with Neil Patrick Harris set to host for the first time and Craig Zadan and Neil Meron reprising their role as producers. Executives from the network could not be reached for comment.

The slight uptick in ad prices suggests that so-called “event »


- Brian Steinberg

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Academy Award Documentary Short Subject Contenders Down to Eight Films

40 minutes ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The field of documentary short subject contenders for an Academy Award has been narrowed to eight films, with three to five of them to be selected for nominations, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Monday. Voters from the Academy's documentary branch watched 58 entries and submitted their ballots. The eight films with their production companies are: “Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1,” Perry Films “Joanna,” Wajda Studio “Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace,” Show of Force “The Lion's Mouth Opens,” Tree Tree Tree “One Child,” New York University “Our Curse,” Warsaw Film School “The Reaper (La Parka),” Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica “White Earth, »


- Mike Fleeman

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MTV's ‘Real World: Skeletons’ Digs Into Contestants’ Pasts in New Twist

43 minutes ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

MTV has promised the most intense “Real World” yet for the 30th season of its long-running reality show franchise. “Real World: Skeletons” takes the show back to Chicago, which will see the roommates moving into a nightclub-turned-loft, thinking they are in for a fabulous time away from their lives back home. But these roommates have skeletons in the closet, and will be in for a shock when the last person they want to see moves into the loft with them. See photos: MTV Movie Awards Red Carpet Arrivals: Rihanna, Shailene Woodley, Jessica Alba In one example, roommate Bruno is confronted by estranged. »


- Linda Ge

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Bethenny Frankel Returning to The Real Housewives of New York

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Bethenny Frankel will return to The Real Housewives of New York City when the show comes back for its seventh season, Bravo announced today. (No word on when, exactly, the season will start, but probably around February or March, if history is any indicator.) Frankel was an original cast member and lasted for the show's first three seasons, eventually developing enough reality-tv momentum to tour as a solo act; she had two other Bravo shows, a short-lived daytime talk show, and a permanent spot in the tabloids chronicling her business ventures and ongoing divorce. Perhaps you can go home again, Bethenny. But will the other Real Housewives have changed the locks? »


- Margaret Lyons

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Academy reveals eight contenders for 2015 documentary short subject Oscar race

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The Academy has unveiled the shortlist of eight contenders for this year's Best Documentary Short Subject race. Voters from the organization's Documentary Branch viewed 58 eligible entries and squeezed it all down to this field from which five will be nominated for Oscar. Check out the contenders below: "Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1," Perry Films "Joanna," Wajda Studio "Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace," Show of Force "The Lion’s Mouth Opens," Tree Tree Tree "One Child," New York University "Our Curse," Warsaw Film School "The Reaper (La Parka)," Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica "White Earth," Weary Traveler Nominations for the 87th annual Academy Awards will be announced on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. »


- Kristopher Tapley

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Are Selling Their Hollywood Hills Pad—Take a Look Inside!

48 minutes ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Couple-we-love John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have listed their home in the Hollywood Hills for a cool $1.995 million. Legend, who celebrated one year of wedded bliss with Teigen in September, has owned the home since 2007. Built in the early 1960s, the 2,000-square-foot abode features three bedrooms—one of which is now a custom built recording studio—handmade furnishings and a stunning backyard with fountains, an outdoor bathing area and tranquility pond. The house also boasts cathedral-style ceilings, basalt stone and baked oak flooring and custom "teak" cabinets.  So chic! In 2013, the pair spoke to Architectural Digest about what made them fall in love with the home. »


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Film Review: ‘Sand Dollars’

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Remarkable sensitivity and exacting verisimilitude are just two of the many selling points for “Sand Dollars,” a psychologically nuanced portrait, set in the Dominican Republic, of an older American woman in an unequal lesbian relationship with a much younger local. A further plus is Geraldine Chaplin, finally given a serious, uncaricatured role worthy of her talents. Co-writing/helming duo Laura Amelia Guzman and Israel Cardenas (“Jean Gentil”) have delivered their best film yet, and their perceptive, nonjudgmental handling of all parties is quickly being recognized by fests worldwide. Stateside and Euro arthouse distribs are likely to reap the benefits.

Sex tourism is the name of the game as 20-year-old Noeli (liquid-limbed newcomer Yanet Mojica) learns that a Frenchman (Bernard Bizel) she’s presumably been sleeping with is returning to Europe, and she plays things up, asking him for money. Instead, he gives her a chain, which she and her b. »


- Jay Weissberg

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Shia's 5 Labeouf-iest Interview Revelations: My Whole Goal Was to Intimidate the F-ck Out of Alec Baldwin

52 minutes ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Shia Labeouf spoke candidly about a variety of subjects ranging from his estranged father and his new-found religion, to a very public feud with his “Orphans” co-star Alec Baldwin. Here are the five greatest takeaways from the “Fury” star's candid conversation in the November issue of Interview Magazine: 1. The “Orphans” incident affected him big time, but he's since put it all behind him and made up with the show's creative team Labeouf was famously replaced by Ben Foster in the Broadway revival of “Orphans” back in Feb. 2013, and it's a topic he hasn't revisited in any significant detail since the incident played. »


- Travis Reilly

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Graffiti Artist Humanizes the Homeless by Painting Their Dreams

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Skid Robot is a graffiti artist based in Los Angeles. His latest art project, though, takes on a decidedly different side of the city than the one that most commonly appears in pop culture. Loading View on Instagram@-webkit-keyframes"dkaXkpbBxI"{ 0%{opacity:0.5;} 50%{opacity:1;} 100%{opacity:0.5;} } @keyframes"dkaXkpbBxI"{ 0%{opacity:0.5;} 50%{opacity:1;} 100%{opacity:0.5;} }He brings the city's homeless population into focus by visualizing and depicting their dreams on their surroundings. A wheelchair-bound man sits on a castle wall; another's makeshift tent structure is transported into the wilderness. Loading View on Instagram@-webkit-keyframes"dkaXkpbBxI"{ 0%{opacity:0.5;} 50%{opacity:1;} 100%{opacity:0.5;} } @keyframes"dkaXkpbBxI"{ 0%{opacity:0.5;} 50%{opacity:1;} 100%{opacity:0.5;} }Skid Robot talks to each of his subjects, »

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Ron Livingston Joins 'The 5th Wave' (Exclusive)

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Ron Livingston has joined Sony's Ya adaptation The 5th Wave. The film is an adaptation of the bestselling novel by Rick Yancey, which follows the people of Earth who have endured four waves of increasingly deadly attacks from aliens. Cassie (Chloe Grace Moretz), one of a few survivors, is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother. As she prepares for the inevitable and lethal 5th wave, Cassie meets a young man who may become her final hope. Livingston will play Moretz's character's father, Oliver. He's an important part of Cassie's life, and tries his best to protect

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Marla Sokoloff Pregnant! Actress Expecting Baby No. 2 With Husband Alec Puro

55 minutes ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Marla Sokoloff's family is expanding yet again! The Full House alumna is expecting her second child with husband, musician Alec Puro, her rep confirms to E! News. "Alec and I are beyond excited to be adding to our family and can't wait for Elliotte to be the best big sister ever (no pressure!)," the expectant star told People magazine who first broke the news. The timing works out perfectly for the Hollywood actress. The 33-year-old recently wrapped up a season of her new hit show The Fosters. In addition, Sokoloff and her husband are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary next month. We'd say a new baby isn't the worst gift a happy couple could ask for. The »


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Scientist discovers ‘puppy-sized’ spider, time to abandon the Earth to spider overlords

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Humanity has sealed its own fate. We had our chance to get out, back in the 1960s. In fact, we were on the fast track off this rock but when the moon turned out to be nothing but a dust ball, we got bored and left. And then we gutted space program funding until it was but a shell of our once decadent dreams of interstellar domination.  It was the last mistake we’ll ever make. Because the spiders are evolving.  Harvard entomologist Piotr Naskrecki was just taking a stroll through the rainforest of Suriname— because he either has balls of steel or a death wish — when he spotted something moving through the undergrowth. Assuming it was a small mammal, Naskrecki closed in with his flashlight to get a better look.  I’d like to stop here to mention that in any half-decent horror films, we’d be learning about »


- Donna Dickens

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John Oliver's All-Dog Supreme Court Is So Much More Watchable Than the Regular Supreme Court—and That's the Point

1 hour ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

If only the U.S. Supreme Court would really go to the dogs. Taking on the topic of why the high court doesn't allow cameras to film oral arguments and deliberations Cspan-style (possible media manipulation, yada yada yada), John Oliver admitted on this past Sunday's Last Week Tonight that the sessions might seem a little dry—especially considering all the public at large has to go on so far is audio recordings that accompany rough sketches of the justices.  And that just won't do at all. Oliver then presented, with the help of an "almost immoral amount of resources," the exact way to make the Supreme Court incredibly watchable, with infinite potential to go viral. Not to »


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