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Newswire: Bill Murray invites fans to join him on the golf course

8 February 2017 6:59 PM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Bill Murray—who loves golf almost as much as he loves the Chicago Cubs, cracking wise, and appearing in urban legends that no one will ever believe, despite the fact that everybody secretly believes them—is offering up a chance for a couple of fans to hit the links with him. Murray is selling off a round of golf and lunch with himself to the lucky—i.e., rich—winner of this Charitybuzz auction, in order to provide funds for the Murray Bros. Foundation. The group, which was founded by Murray and his brothers, and which also runs the annual Murray Bros. Caddyshack Charity Golf Tournament, raises cash for “medical services, educational programs, lifesaving equipment, and fundraising opportunities to better the lives in communities across the country.”

Bidding for the charity package, which allows two people to golf with Murray on South Carolina’s Daniel Island Club, share a meal »

- William Hughes

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‘When the Street Lights Go On’ Review: Eerie ’80s Murder-Mystery Blends ‘Stranger Things’ with ‘The Night Of’ — Sundance 2017

20 January 2017 3:01 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Nostalgia may be based in the past, but it’s the future of entertainment. That’s how the media landscape has felt of late, with decades-old film franchises like “Star Wars” coming back to a very prosperous life, revivals like “Gilmore Girls” and “Will & Grace” dominating television, and everything from superhero movies to “Stranger Things” mining our childhoods for fresh material.

So as “When the Street Lights Go On” began and a familiar ’80s melody played over a montage of well-known events from 1983, wariness was the first feeling to set in: Here comes another attempt at manipulating our shared memories into “new” entertainment built on old ideas. But the deliberate and distinctive pacing combined with a uniquely mysterious presentation elevates the Paramount pilot above more overt nostalgia traps. And, more shocking still, its clever blend of on-the-nose songs from 1983 and lesser known numbers of the same year quickly and decisively help ground the pilot. »

- Ben Travers

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‘When the Street Lights Go On’ Review: Eerie ’80s Murder-Mystery Blends ‘Stranger Things’ with ‘The Night Of’ — Sundance 2017

20 January 2017 3:01 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Nostalgia may be based in the past, but it’s the future of entertainment. That’s how the media landscape has felt of late, with decades-old film franchises like “Star Wars” coming back to a very prosperous life, revivals like “Gilmore Girls” and “Will & Grace” dominating television, and everything from superhero movies to “Stranger Things” mining our childhoods for fresh material.

So as “When the Street Lights Go On” began and a familiar ’80s melody played over a montage of well-known events from 1983, wariness was the first feeling to set in: Here comes another attempt at manipulating our shared memories into “new” entertainment built on old ideas. But the deliberate and distinctive pacing combined with a uniquely mysterious presentation elevates the Paramount pilot above more overt nostalgia traps. And, more shocking still, its clever blend of on-the-nose songs from 1983 and lesser known numbers of the same year quickly and decisively help ground the pilot. »

- Ben Travers

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Great Job, Internet!: Read This: Notorious asshole Jon Peters thinks he’s the Trump of Hollywood

13 January 2017 2:30 PM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, rich asshole Jon Peters went into great detail about his wealth and relished in his reputation as shamelessly money-hungry. When asked about parallels drawn between him and Donald Trump, he proudly told Hollywood Reporter, “I am the Trump of Hollywood.”

His life has boggled those in Hollywood for years. From his humble beginnings as Barbra Streisand’s hairdresser to launching the Batman and Superman movie franchises, Peters is a true rags-to-riches story, albeit without an ounce of humility. He’s so influential that he was credited as being the inspiration behind the films Shampoo and American Gigolo, and he’s had a hand in everything from Caddyshack to Flashdance. The Hollywood Reporter profile on him is not only full of great quotes from Peters about his love for smoking pot, but it also includes descriptions like this that perfectly set the scene »

- Stephanie Weber

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Man of Steel Producer Was Paid $80M to Do Nothing

13 January 2017 1:18 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Many DC fans won't know who Jon Peters is by name, but they will probably know his work, since he produced movies like Caddyshack, Batman and technically Man of Steel. Though, he didn't actually work on that latter movie. He started out, oddly enough, as a hairdresser and eventually wound up as a bit time Hollywood producer. So how successful is he? Well, he was good enough, or at least smart enough, to make about $80 million for doing absolutely nothing on both Superman Returns and Man of Steel.

After spending quite a long time away from the limelight, Jon Peters recently granted an interview to The Hollywood Reporter. Just to give an idea of the kind of reputation Jon Peters has, the THR report noted that he had a loaded gun on the table during the interview. The publication reported a while back that he was paid somewhere between $10 and $15 million for Man of Steel, »

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New Releases in January from Netflix Include Golfer’s Favorite Cult Movie ‘Caddyshack’

2 January 2017 12:59 AM, PST | National Ledger | See recent National Ledger news »

Bill Murray is Carl Spackler in ‘Caddyshack’ a movie released in 1980 that quickly developed into a cult classic for golf fans and golfers. It is one of the many releases now available for those who use Netflix in January 2017. The film had the tag line “Some People Just Don't Belong” and mocked the elite country clubbers of the 1980s in a 'snobs vs slobs' type plot that takes place at Bushwood Country Club. 'Caddyshack' also starred Chevy Chase (Ty Webb), Ted Knight (Judge Smalls), Rodney Dangerfield (Al Czervik), Michael O’Keefe (Danny Noonan) and Cindy Morgan as Lacey Underall. Many of the movie’s lines are used on golf courses every day, even 36 years after it’s release. This is a classic scene from Murray and featured on the video below. “What an incredible Cinderella story! This unknown, comes out of nowhere, to lead the pack at Augusta. »

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