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Ryan Murphy: American Horror Story Season 7 Won't Feature Trump

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Remember when Ryan Murphy revealed to the world that American Horror Story‘s forthcoming season would focus on the 2016 election? Yeah, he was just kidding about that — sort of. (It was more of an “alternative fact,” if you will.)

During the Publicists Guild Awards Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Friday, Murphy clarified that the “reveal” made on the Feb. 15 episode of Watch What Happens Live should not have been taken literally. In other words, while Season 7 might be inspired by the 2016 election, it will not include actors portraying then-candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. »


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‘American Girl’: Gwendoline Yeo To Star In Amazon’s Special ‘Ivy & Julie 1976: A Happy Balance’

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Gwendoline Yeo (American Crime, Grey's Anatomy) has been cast in the upcoming third installment of Amazon’s original American Girl live-action special, An American Girl Story – Ivy & Julie 1976: A Happy Balance. Ivy & Julie is set in 1976 San Francisco and centers around 10-year-old Ivy, a Chinese-American girl who struggles with finding a balance between her two cultural identities: Chinese and American. Yeo will play Marilyn Ling, a strict, but loving mother to Ivy. As… »


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‘The Good Fight’ Adds Nyambi Nyambi As Recurring

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Mike & Molly alum Nyambi Nyambi is returning to the CBS fold with a major recurring role on The Good Fight, the new legal drama series for CBS All Access and CBS TV Studios, which debuted last Sunday. The Good Fight, a spinoff of CBS’ The Good Wife, follows Christine Baranski’s Diane Lockhart as she joins Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) at one of Chicago's pre-eminent law firms. Nyambi will play Jay Dipersia, the firm’s long-time investigator. Smart, witty, and even-tempered, he… »


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Supergirl Ep Talks True Four-Way Dctv Crossover, Nixes Doppelgänger Cameos

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Supergirl won’t just be flying over to the Arrow-verse during The CW’s next mega Dctv crossover.

Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg reveals that there are plans in place for the ex-cbs series to play an integral role in next season’s superhero event.

RelatedFlash/Supergirl Musical Crossover Features Duet Written by Rachel Bloom, Song From La La Land Duo

“We’re hoping to do a true four-way crossover,” Kreisberg told reporters during a recent Supergirl screening. “The great thing about our dear friends at The CW and [network president] Mark Pedowitz picking the shows up as early as they did »


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Katherine Heigl Starrer 'Doubt' Canceled at CBS After 2 Episodes

24 February 2017 4:45 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

It's February and the Big Four finally have made their first cancellation of the 2016-17 broadcast season.

CBS has canceled legal drama Doubt, starring Katherine Heigl and Laverne Cox, after only two low-rated episodes, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The series, which was redeveloped and largely recast from last pilot season, will be replaced by a repeat of Bull in Doubt's Wednesday at 10 p.m. slot on Wednesday, March 1. Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders will take over the Wednesday at 10 p.m. slot starting March 8.

Production on all 13 episodes of the drama from former Grey's Anatomy exec producers »


- Lesley Goldberg

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Video Game Story Tells Us The Origin of The Legend of Zelda

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Just yesterday we shared a humongous infographic with you that went into every single Legend of Zelda game on every Nintendo ever.   With Breath of the Wild just around the corner, there’s absolutely no reason to stop the Zelda train from running.   We get us an amazing video from Youtube Channel “Video Game Story Time” which is an exploration of Shigeru Miyamoto.  It turns out When Shigeru Miyamoto was a child, he’d wander the hillsides of Sonobe Japan. One day, the adventures he went on would become the basis of the very first game in the Legend of Zelda franchise.

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- Nat Berman

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Actor Neil Fingleton Dies: UK’s Tallest Man Was 36

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English actor and basketball player Neil Fingleton has died. Named Britain's tallest man in 2007, Fingleton turned professional actor with roles in 2011’s X-Men: First Class and in 2013's 47 Ronin. In what is his best-known turn, he played Mag the Mighty in HBO’s Game Of Thrones. A rep for the actor could not confirm how Fingleton died, although multiple reports say he suffered heart failure on Saturday. He was 36. A statement posted to the Tall Persons Club group… »

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Bill Paxton Was the Guy That Played Every Man You Know

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Friends, colleagues and fans celebrated the life of actor Bill Paxton Sunday, after news of the “Training Day’ star died on Saturday. Paxton, 61, died due to complications from surgery, his family said in a statement. “Bill’s passion for the arts was felt by all who knew him, and his warmth and tireless energy were undeniable,” relatives said in the statement. In my estimation the best way to describe Bill Paxton is “he’s the guy who played every single other man you know.” Whether it was his humble beginnings as a street punk in Terminator, a crew member in Alien,

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- Nat Berman

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Hollywood Reacts to Bill Paxton’s Death: ‘Heaven Just Got a Lot More Fun’

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News of actor Bill Paxton’s surprising death after heart surgery swept the entertainment industry on Oscar morning. The actor, who was 61, appeared in dozens of movies and TV shows, including “Big Love,” “Aliens,” “Titanic” and “Twister.”

Gale Anne Hurd, who worked with him on films including “Aliens” and “The Terminator,” said “Heaven just got a lot more fun with you in residence.”

I always knew you were an angel, Bill. Heaven just got a lot more fun with you in residence. Love you always… #Rip #BillPaxton https://t.co/gVV2SskfYg

Gale Anne Hurd (@GunnerGale) February 26, 2017

Arnold Schwarzenegger said “he was best at being Bill.”

Bill Paxton could play any role, but he was best at being Bill – a great human being with a huge heart. My thoughts are with his family.

Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) February 26, 2017

My fave thing about Bill Paxton was he saw his wife Louise on a London bus 30 yrs ago & never let her »


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Hollywood Mourns Bill Paxton: “A Wonderful Man”, Says Tom Hanks

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Refresh for new tweets Hollywood reacted today to the shocking news of Bill Paxton’s death from surgery complications. “Bill Paxton was, simply, a wonderful man. A wonderful man,” tweeted Tom Hanks, Paxton’s costar in the upcoming The Circle. Deadline will update this post as responses and remembrances arrive. Bill Paxton was, simply, a wonderful man. A wonderful man… Hanx. — Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) February 26, 2017 Devastated by the sudden loss of my close… »

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‘The Americans’ Season 5 New York Premiere: Russia Looms Large Over Soviet Spy Drama

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Several series have taken on a different pallor in light of recent events: “24: Legacy” and its depiction of Muslim terrorists infiltrating the United States have come under fire after the President signed an executive order banning the entry of travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries in late January. Dustin Lance Black‘s Lgbt rights miniseries “When We Rise,” debuting Monday on ABC, feels more timely than even Black anticipated, after President Trump’s cabinet rolled back the Obama administration’s guidelines on allowing transgender students to use the bathroom that match their gender identification.

Yet it’s “The Americans” that might take the prize for biggest surprise when it comes to unintentional timeliness. The Cold War series, at its core about sleeper Kgb agents Philip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth (Keri Russell) Jennings and the FBI agent across the street (Noah Emmerich), had felt like a time capsule right until rumors began flying of Russian interference in the »


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Bill Paxton Had Completed Order For CBS’ ‘Training Day’ Before His Death

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Bill Paxton’s untimely death at age 61 came four episodes into the run of what will be his final series, CBS’ Training Day. Production on the midseason drama, a reboot of Antoine Fuqua’s acclaimed movie, wrapped in December, so all 13 episode from the show’s first-season order have already been filmed. That gives fans nine new episodes with the Twister actor. The next is slated to air next Thursday. Training Day, produced by Fuqua, Jerry Bruckheimer and Warner Bros… »

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Spokesperson Explains Donald Trump’s Press Dinner No-Show: “We Spend Enough Time Around Each Other”

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Correspondents’ dinner? Nah. And don’t even think about Thin Mints. A White House spokesperson, explaining President Donald Trump’s decision to dash tradition and skip this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, told George Stephanopoulos this morning that the president spends enough time with reporters “as it is,” so why “walk into a room for a couple of hours and pretend that some of that tension isn’t there?” She also brought up Girl Scout cookies and… »

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Bill Paxton Remembered: Training Day, Big Love, S.H.I.E.L.D. Stars Pay Tribute

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Bill Paxton, who died on Saturday at the age of 61, is being remembered by friends and former co-stars.

The Emmy-nominated actor, who was currently starring in CBS’ adaptation of Training Day, died due to complications from an unspecified surgery. Justin Cornwell and Julie Benz, who respectively play his partner and girlfriend on the freshman drama, both took to social media to express their grief over the loss of a “sweet friend.”

RelatedBig Love Actor Bill Paxton Dead at 61

Justin CornwellTraining Day:

We were just two guys on top of the world. Rest easy my friend pic.twitter. »


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Homeland Season 6 Episode 6 Review: “The Return”

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Showtime has made this week’s episode of Homeland, “The Return,” airing on February 26 at 9 p.m., available early to viewers on On Demand. This review will discuss “The Return” with full spoilers. Please watch the episode before reading this article if you do not want to be spoiled. “The Return” officially marks the halfway point for Homeland Season 6, and while I wasn’t too impressed with the first few episodes from this season, which were decent enough but lacked the energy and emotion I’ve come to expect from this show over the years, the past three installments have kept my eyes

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- Chris King

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A Quick Warning to Billions: Reel it In Guys, Reel it In

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The season premiere of Billions was very solid.  I definitely enjoyed it and felt there was the right amount of drama, story, acting, everything we needed.   But there was one thing that scared me a little.  Could there be too much drama?  What I and I think many people loved about the first season of Billions was not only its authenticity but a sense of realism.  You truly felt you were getting an inside look at the Hedge Fund world and how the political landscape works in taking down criminal finance organizations. What you saw was believable.  While there were

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- Nat Berman

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Thrones' Neil Fingleton Dead at 36

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Game of Thrones actor Neil Fingleton, who played the towering Mag the Mighty on the HBO drama, died Saturday in the UK of heart failure. He was 36.

The 7’7″ Fingleton, who held the title of tallest British-born man in the world, played basketball in college (at both the University of North Carolina and Holy Cross) and professionally before transitioning into acting.

RelatedBig Love Actor Bill Paxton Dead at 61

Additional TV credits included playing The Fisher King on Doctor Who. On the big screen, he appeared in 47 Ronin, Jupiter Ascending, X-Men: First Class and Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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Bill Paxton Dies: ‘Twister’, ‘Big Love’ Actor Was 61

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Actor Bill Paxton, star of film hits like Twister and Near Dark and TV’s Big Love and Hatfields & McCoys, died Saturday due to complications from surgery. He was 61. Paxton is survived by Louise Newbury, his wife of 30 years, and children James and Lydia Paxton. The 22-year-old James recently filmed a guest-starring role on Paxton’s Training Day series. “It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed away due to complications from surgery,” his… »

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Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg Insulting Each other on the Scott Mills show is Hilarious

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Here in the United States we don’t get to see all of the funny stuff that celebrities do overseas.  While they engage in their fare share of humor, nothing is funnier than seeing a celebrity in a foreign commercial making a fool of themselves or catching some of their best moments on foreign talk shows.  While this isn’t exactly that, BBC Radio Show host Scott Mills has a segment that’s incredible which is called “The Insult Game.” For some reason this clip passed me by.  It’s from 2015 when Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell starred in the movie Daddy’s Home

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Big Love Actor Bill Paxton Dead at 61

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Veteran actor Bill Paxton, best known to TV audiences as polygamist patriarch Bill Henrickson on HBO’s Big Love, died on Saturday due to complications from surgery. He was 61.

RelatedBill Paxton Remembered: Training Day, Big Love, S.H.I.E.L.D. Stars Pay Tribute

The actor, who starred on CBS’ adaptation of the Denzel Washington/Ethan Hawke film Training Day — production on all 13 episodes wrapped in December, with nine left to air — also appeared in the History Channel miniseries Hatfields & McCoys and ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

In a statement released to TMZ, »


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