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The bit began with Corden and James innocuously rooting for their respective kids, Charlie and Oliver, on the bleachers, though their cheering quickly snowballed into an egregious pissing contest. Big signs and banners gave way to cheerleading chants and then increasingly outrageous musical displays. James grabbed a karaoke machine and belted Joe Esposito's Karate Kid anthem "You're the Best," Corden countered with »
Radioactive waste gives lethal new life to trees that are much less friendly than the Ents of Middle-earth in Contamination .7 (aka The Crawlers and Troll 3), and with the 1992 horror film now out on Blu-ray from Scream Factory, we've been provided with three copies to give away to lucky Daily Dead readers.
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- Derek Anderson
Nearly 26 years after the release of the beloved Disney animated film, Beauty and the Beast is returning to the big screen. This time around, however, the magic is live-action -- with a little help from CGI -- and while it’s a beloved story, some things about the ambitious remake might still surprise you!
Here’s a look at a few things you may not have known about the new take on the “tale as old as time.”
1. 19th-Century France Almost Looked a Lot Like La La Land
Emma Watson, who stars as Belle, turned down Emma Stone’s Oscar-nominated role in La La Land to focus on Beauty and the Beast. Coincidentally, Stone’s co-star, Ryan Gosling, was considered for the part of the Beast, before it went to Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens. There »
Ellen Ripley in all her butt-kicking glory is kicking off today's Horror Highlights. Funko's Ellen Ripley Rock Candy collectible will hit stores soon! Also: details on Splathouse podcast's Hobgoblins (1988) discussion, Alamo Drafthouse and Kodak's first-ever Reel Film Day, and release details for Bigfoot the Movie.
Funko's Ellen Ripley Rock Candy Collectible: From Funko: "A Pop! and ReAction just aren't enough - Ellen Ripley will be joining the Rock Candy line soon!
Splathouse Podcast Presents a Hobgoblins Discussion: From Splathouse: "For your consideration: Our four panelists (Sarah, Mike, John, and Jim) are joined by a Twitter friend (@parkerandcooley), an Academy Award nominee (Christopher Walken), a quiet coyote, and Rick Sloane (writer/director of The Visitants and Vice Academy). Can the gang survive the chaos or will they be seduced by the evil, mind-altering Hobgoblins? Find out this week!
Plus! All the regular bullshit you love: What Do Ya Know? »
- Tamika Jones
We live in a pixelated world. Much of our day is spent staring at watches, laptops, desktops, iPods, and iPads that offer up digitized video, newsfeeds, and Facebook posts. These pixels are even dominating the biggest screens of all, as more and more movie theaters abandon film for the convenience and cost savings of digital projection. But there remain purists, for whom the flicker and luster of film remains a vital component of the movie-going experience. Quentin Tarantino, for instance, once blasted digital projection, dismissing it as “just television in cinema” and predicting it would lead to the death of movies.
Well the “Pulp Fiction” director and his partisans should mark their calendars. Alamo Drafthouse is partnering with Kodak on the first-ever “Reel Film Day,” a celebration of 35mm film. Both companies say they see the advantages of digitization, but they also want to celebrate the look, flavor, and art of celluloid. »
- Brent Lang
Reba McEntire knows that when the right thing comes along, she'll recognize it.
The country star appeared on The View on Wednesday, where she opened up about her 2015 divorce from her husband of 16 years, Narvel Blackstock, revealing that she's yet to get back out there since the split.
"I haven't had a date yet," the 61-year-old singer admitted, noting that it's been "a year and three months."
"It's sort of like a dress, a song," she added. "You'll know it when you see it."
Watch: Reba McEntire, Brooks & Dunn Add New Dates for Las Vegas Residency
As for what she's looking for romantically, McEntire joked that her adult son has pretty strict age limit on it.
"I asked my son, Shelby -- he'll be 27 this month -- I said, 'All right, Shelby. What's the age limit? What do you »
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