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Top Performing Arts Venues in New Jersey

6 October 2017 10:15 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Following are the top 5 performing arts venues in New Jersey:

New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Prudential Hall

Location: 1 Center St., Newark; Capacity: 2,868; Tickets sold in 2017: 124,097*; President and CEO: John Schreiber

Located in downtown Newark, the “NJ Pac” is one of “the best-sounding rooms in the state,” says Umt Presents promoter Tony Pallagrosi. Home to the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the Pac also hosts a cross section of events and concerts by headliners including Paul Simon, Bob Dylan and Elvis Costello, as well as live TV broadcasts (“America’s Got Talent”), benefits, galas and dance troupes.

Count Basie Theatre

Location: 99 Monmouth St., Red Bank; Capacity: 1,568; Tickets sold in 2017: 122,303; President and CEO: Adam Philipson

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The storied nonprofit venue has played host to shows by Springsteen, Tony Bennett, Bon Jovi, Brian Wilson, James Brown, Louis C.K. and more. Having celebrated its 90th anniversary last year, the »

- Michele Amabile Angermiller

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Did the Emmys Pull a Fallon? Why Did Good Place Reveal Trick? Sympathy for Outlander's Frank? And More TV Qs!

22 September 2017 10:20 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Strain, Ray Donovan, American Ninja Warrior and The Good Place!

1 | Outlander readers: Isn’t the Starz series making you feel all sorts of bad for Frank in a way the books didn’t?

RelatedOutlander‘s Sam Heughan Talks Jamie’s Episode 2 Breakdown: ‘Everyone Around Him Gets Hurt’

2 | Now that The Strain has wrapped its four-season run, we must ask: Was Gus’ storyline ever interesting? (Let alone critical?) And did Zach’s final, »

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‘The Orville’ Episode 3: Why Its Poor Understanding of Gender Makes ‘About a Girl’ The Worst Episode Yet

21 September 2017 8:28 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s note: Spoilers for “The Orville” Season 1, Episode 3, “About a Girl,” below.]

The Orville,” now having been on the air for two weeks now, has become a ratings success for Fox, despite negative reviews. There are always a variety of explanations for that sort of discord between the viewing audience and professional critics, but in the case of Seth MacFarlane’s “homage” to the “Star Trek” franchise, the answer might be relatively simple: Critics were able to see three episodes, not just one.

And of the first three episodes, “About a Girl” was by far the most troubling screened by critics, because it exposed just how out of his depth MacFarlane was in trying to find his own take on “Star Trek.”

Theoretically, “The Orville” wouldn’t have been complete without the “Family Guy” creator following in Gene Roddenberry’s footsteps and attempting to tackle Important Issues of the Day in the context of science fiction. For decades, “Trek” has used allegory »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘The Orville’ Episode 3: Why Its Poor Understanding of Gender Makes ‘About a Girl’ The Worst Episode Yet

21 September 2017 8:28 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s note: Spoilers for “The Orville” Season 1, Episode 3, “About a Girl,” below.]

The Orville,” now having been on the air for two weeks now, has become a ratings success for Fox, despite negative reviews. There are always a variety of explanations for that sort of discord between the viewing audience and professional critics, but in the case of Seth MacFarlane’s “homage” to the “Star Trek” franchise, the answer might be relatively simple: Critics were able to see three episodes, not just one.

And of the first three episodes, “About a Girl” was by far the most troubling screened by critics, because it exposed just how out of his depth MacFarlane was in trying to find his own take on “Star Trek.”

Theoretically, “The Orville” wouldn’t have been complete without the “Family Guy” creator following in Gene Roddenberry’s footsteps and attempting to tackle Important Issues of the Day in the context of science fiction. For decades, “Trek” has used allegory »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Emoji Movie’ Reviews: What the Critics Are Saying

27 July 2017 3:58 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Early reviews of “The Emoji Movie” are in, and critics, to put it gently, aren’t giving the film a “Thumbs Up.”

Critics offered generally unfavorable reviews for the Tony Leondis-directed animated comedy voiced by T.J. Miller, James Corden, and Anna Faris. Hitting theaters Friday, “Emoji” is currently averaging a concerning 0% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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T.J. Miller, James Corden Tout ‘The Emoji Movie’s’ ‘Feminist Agenda’

The reviews collectively called the movie “meh,” a nod to Miller’s character, and panned the pointless and seemingly unrelated plot. Others called out the unnecessary product integration with Spotify, Candy Crush, and Crackle (owned by the film’s distributor, Sony).

Here’s what the critics are saying:

Variety‘s Owen Gleiberman:

“The bad news is that ‘The Emoji Movie’ really is meh. There have been worse ideas, but in this case the execution isn’t good enough to bring the notion of an emoji movie to funky, surprising »

- Rebecca Rubin

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Nickelodeon Scares Up Halloween Fun With Stop-Motion ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Special

20 June 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Nickelodeon is scaring up a new adventure for SpongeBob SquarePants and his friends with the stop-motion animated special “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom,” which will air on the network in October.

The special finds SpongeBob and company donning costumes and decorating their neighborhood for some Halloween fun, but the spooky Flying Dutchman (voiced by Brian Doyle Murray) has other plans.

The special, produced at stop-motion animation company Screen Novelties in Los Angeles, aims to evoke the style of such classic Rankin/Bass holiday specials as “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “Mad Monster Party.”

The special will feature an original song by voice actor Mr. Lawrence, who plays Plankton in the series, with music by Eban Schletter.

“The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom” production uses 27 sets that feature such items as 15 boxes of breakfast cereal to create Bikini Bottom’s coral reefs, eight pounds of glitter to decorate SpongeBob’s pineapple house, and »

- Terry Flores

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'SpongeBob SquarePants' Gets Halloween-Themed Stop-Motion Special

20 June 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

SpongeBob SquarePants will be offering up some scares this Halloween.

Nickelodeon has greenlighted a stop-motion special called SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom that's set to debut in October.

Made in the visual style of the classic Rankin/Bass TV specials, which include Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, the special will center on the story of the Flying Dutchman (voiced by Brian Doyle Murray), who wants to make sure everyone in town is scared, especially SpongeBob, who thinks scary things are funny. 

The special finds Bikini Bottom decked out for Halloween: Sandy's treedome is a mad scientist's lab, with a giant »

- Kimberly Nordyke

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Jimmy Fallon’s Sweet Tooth Helps Break the Record for Highest Number of Girl Scout Cookies Sold

22 March 2017 6:09 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Thanks for your support, Jimmy Fallon!

When 15-year-old Katie Francis was close to breaking the record for most boxes of Girl Scout Cookies sold, she reached out to The Tonight Show host to help her make the monumental sale.

Before Fallon purchased the 101,106th box of treats, Francis revealed her foolproof method of reaching such an impressive number of sales: the Oklahoma City native stands in front of grocery stores and sings “cookie tunes,” created by changing the lyrics of popular songs to relate to the famous snacks.

Francis even shared one of her favorites, changing the words of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer »

- Stephanie Petit

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Travis Knight interview: Kubo, Coraline, Laika

17 January 2017 5:39 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Brendon Connelly Jan 18, 2017

Kubo And The Two Strings director, and Laika founder, Travis Knight, talks us through making a stop motion movie...

Travis Knight is both the head of Laika, the Portland, Oregon studio at the vanguard of stop-motion animation, and the director of their latest film, Kubo And The Two Strings. By all obvious signs, he's very good at both of his jobs.

I spoke to Knight on the occasion of Kubo getting its DVD, Blu-ray and download release, and given that Den of Geek had already spoken to him about this film specifically, I thought we would chat about Laika in general. Knight gave me a history, took questions about the future, and addressed some of the fine points of how animation gets done the Laika way. Here's how our conversation went.

Can we start by going back, way back? I'd love a potted history, starting at the »

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‘The Princess Bride’ Honest Trailer Praises the Sappy Swashbuckling Love Story

10 January 2017 3:12 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

As part of Fan Appreciation Month at Screen Junkies, the YouTube channel has released an Honest Trailer for the 1987 classic “The Princess Bride,” starring Robin Wright and Cary Elwes.

Unlike many other Honest Trailers, Screen Junkies actually praises the “action-comedy-romance-drama-kids movie for adults” by calling it “the best sappy, swashbuckling, medieval love story ever made.”

The video begins by attempting to explain the narrative, describing it as “a real movie about a made-up book, based on a real book about the same made-up book that the real movie is based on.” Confusing, right?

Read More: ‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure’ Honest Trailer Pokes Fun at the Iconic Surfer Bros

The video then explains the love story between Westley, “the farm boy turned pirate,” and Buttercup, “the farm-owning orphan turned Princess,” poking fun at the film for having “really really polite action,” mid-fight conversations, countless catchphrases and cheesy music. It also »

- Liz Calvario

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‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure’ Honest Trailer Pokes Fun at the Iconic Surfer Bros

4 January 2017 4:26 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Before “Wayne’s World,” “Dumb & Dumber” and “Dude, Where’s My Car?” there was “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure,” a sci-fi comedy about two seemingly dumb teens who struggle to prepare a historical presentation with the help of a time machine.

Now, the 1989 film starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter is getting the long-overdue Honest treatment.

Read More: Keanu Reeves Narrates Short Film About The Importance of Film Preservation

“They hang out together, rock out together and say the exact same words together,” says Honest Trailers narrator Jon Bailey about buddies Ted ‘Theodore’ Logan and Bill S. Preston, Esq., who basically do and say everything as a pair.

The Peter Hewitt–directed movie is described as the “one film [that] brings something original about the two-dumb-guys-being-dumb genre: time travel.”

The trailer also puts emphasis on the way the film portrays the gay panic of the time and its use of anti-gay slurs, »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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