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Daily Podcast: Smaller/Older Films Teenagers Might Enjoy, Game of Thrones, Bad Boys 3, Superman, Godzilla, Deadpool 2 & More

Daily Podcast: Smaller/Older Films Teenagers Might Enjoy, Game of Thrones, Bad Boys 3, Superman, Godzilla, Deadpool 2 & More
On the August 15, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Ben Pearson, Brad Oman and Hoai-Tran Bui join Peter Sciretta to discuss the latest news, including Sony release date changes including Bad Boys 3 and the Spider-Man spin-off Silver and Black, Frank Miller’s Superman: Year One, surprising casting for Jessica Jones season 2, Godzilla, Tom Cruise injured during Mission: Impossible 6 stunt and a stunt driver on Deadpool 2 tragically died in a […]

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Risky Business? An Actor’s Memoir Claims Tom Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay Got Romantic While Making an '80s Classic

Risky Business? An Actor’s Memoir Claims Tom Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay Got Romantic While Making an '80s Classic
It’s the movie that made Tom Cruise an overnight superstar. And now, a new book claims the actor made quite an impression on his costar Rebecca De Mornay while making Risky Business in 1983.

In a newly published excerpt in The Hollywood Reporter from an upcoming memoir by Revenge of the Nerds star Curtis Armstrong, the actor chronicles his time spent on the set of the hit ’80s film Risky Business with Cruise — and spills some steamy off-screen secrets.

In his book Revenge of the Nerd, Armstrong, who appeared alongside the two stars in the film, claims that a then-
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First Look At Bel Powley Film Ashes In The Snow

Lisa Loven Kongsli (upcoming Wonder Woman, Force Majeure), Sophie Cookson (Kingsman: The Secret Service), and Peter Franzen (History Channel’s ‘Vikings’, The Gunman) have joined 2016 BAFTA Rising Star nominee Bel Powley (upcoming Carrie Pilby, The Diary Of A Teenage Girl), Jonah Hauer-King, and Martin Wallstrom (FX series ‘Mr. Robot’) in Marius Markevicius’ riveting Ashes In The Snow, it was announced by Radiant Films International President and CEO, Mimi Steinbauer.

Rounding out the newly announced cast are Sam Hazeldine (The Huntsman: Winter’S War, Monuments Men), James Cosmo (HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’, upcoming Ben-hur), Adrian Schiller (The Danish Girl, Suffragette) and Tom Sweet.

Currently in production, Radiant will present the project to international buyers at the upcoming Marche du Film in Cannes.

Ashes In The Snow is the poignant story of a 16-year-old heroine Lina Vilkas (Powley) who is separated from her family amidst Stalin’s reign of terror in the Baltic region during WWII.
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Antony Gibbs, Editor of ‘Dune,’ ‘Fiddler on the Roof,’ Dies at 90

Antony Gibbs, a British-born film editor who cut dozens of pictures, including such ’60s classics as “Tom Jones” as well as “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Rollerball,” “Dune” and “Ronin,” died February 26. He was 90.

The Guild of British Film and Television Editors reported his death on Facebook.

Gibbs was nominated for four of the American Cinema Editors’ Eddie Awards, including for “Tom Jones” in 1964 and “Fiddler on the Roof” in 1972. He won Eddies in 1998 for his work on John Frankenheimer’s TNT miniseries “George Wallace,” starring Gary Sinise, and in 2002 for his editing of Mark Rydell’s TNT TV movie “James Dean,” starring James Franco (a film for which he also picked up an Emmy nomination). Also in 2002, he received an Ace career achievement award.

The Ace said of Gibbs in 2002: “With ‘Reindeer Games’ he continued his successful collaboration with John Frankenheimer, but his friend director Mark Rydell allowed Tony to
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Top 10 Best Lgbtqa Films Every Non-lgbtqa Person Should See!

From "Milk" to "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert," the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, of which I'm a proud voting member, has released the Top 10 Best Lgbtqa movies every non-lgbtqa must and should see! And I agree with all the selections. Some are brutally and politically honest, some are just fun but all speak volumes about the history of Lgbtqa in and around the world of cinema!

Here's the complete press release with the aforementioned list! Do you agree?

November 24, 2015 . Hollywood, Ca.: Just in time for the holidays, as they say . . . the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association ( today announced its membership.s picks for their second .Galeca Ten Best. list: The 10 Best Lbgtqa Films Galeca Every Non-lgbtqa Person Should See!

Oscar winners to community classics to modern independent discoveries . there.s a movie for every persuasion here.

Critics from the 120-member organization
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Esai Morales Cops Blue Bloods Role

Esai Morales Cops Blue Bloods Role
Onetime NYPD Blue lawman Esai Morales will again wield a shield on Blue Bloods.

RelatedFall TV: Your Handy Calendar of 120+ Season and Series Premiere Dates

TVLine has learned that the actor — who most recently was seen as The Brink‘s Potus and joins From Dusk Till Dawn tonight as a crime lord — will guest-star in a late fall episode of the CBS procedural as Delgado, a charismatic NYPD sergeant who has a plan to increase the accuracy of police statistics by seeking the opinions of city youth, and thus earns a promotion from commish Frank Reagan.

The fly in the ointment?
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What happened to the cast of Breakfast Club? John Hughes classic is 30

What happened to the cast of Breakfast Club? John Hughes classic is 30
30 years ago today, John Hughes's teen movie The Breakfast Club opened in the Us, and although it wasn't a runaway box office hit, in the years since it has rightly claimed a place as a screen classic.

Buoyed by brilliant performances, a sharp script and direction from Hughes and that Simple Minds track, this is a film we return to again and again. But what happened to its stars? We go then and now with the cast to find out what happened to the brain, the athlete, the basket case, the princess and the criminal.

Anthony Michael Hall - Brian Johnson

A staple of John Hughes movies in the '80s, Hall brought endearing geeky charm to National Lampoon's Vacation , Sixteen Candles and Weird Science.

As he grew out of child star roles, Hall sought to shed his established screen persona with a diverse selection of character parts across film and TV.
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Celebrate The Breakfast Club's 30th Anniversary with 30 Life Lessons

Celebrate The Breakfast Club's 30th Anniversary with 30 Life Lessons
The Breakfast Club opened in theaters on Feb. 15, 1985. It has since become a classic, celebrated not only for capturing the decade from which it originated but also for nailing the hapless, yet hopeful angst of teenage life in any decade. Even thirty years later, there's a lot to learn from this story of five disparate teens - Andy the Jock (Emilio Estevez), Brian the Brain (Anthony Michael Hall), Bender the Criminal (Judd Nelson), Claire the Princess (Molly Ringwald) and Allison the Basket Case (Ally Sheedy) - forced to spend Saturday detention together. Here's our take on the thirty best lessons.
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31 Great '80s Movies on Netflix Streaming

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What's in Netflix's '80s grab bag? Swoony Merchant-Ivory films; a trio of John Hughes romantic comedies; early films with Sean Penn and Matt Dillon; Oscar-winning turns by Meryl Streep, Jodie Foster and Daniel Day-Lewis; and a few classics you already know by heart.

Mixed in are probably a few critically acclaimed films you've never seen but always meant to, whether it's B-movie fun like "Big Trouble in Little China" or ultra-arty Nc-17 fare like "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover."

(Availability subject to change. DeLorean and pink prom dress not included.)

1. "A Room with a View" (1986) Nr

Helena Bonham Carter is torn between freethinker Julian Sands and stuffy fiancé Daniel Day-Lewis in this sumptuous (and very funny) Merchant-Ivory period romance.

2. "The Accused" (1988) R

It's tough viewing, but Jodie Foster is mesmerizing as a rape victim who faces down her assailants in court.

3. "Bad Boys" (1983) R

Sean Penn
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Clancy Brown Talks Having Nothing Left to Fear

From the psychopathic, Christopher Lambert-bothering Kurgan in Highlander to tyrannical prison warden Byran Hadley in The Shawshank Redemption through to new recruit-maiming drill sergeant Zim in Starship Troopers, it's safe to say that I am one of the many movie fans who have more than just a handful of favourite Clancy Brown roles.

Brown joins an impressive cast that includes Anne Heche and James Tupper for Nothing Left To Fear, the first horror film to come from former Guns 'N' Roses guitarist Slash's production company 'Slasher Films'. Akin to Seventies horror classics The Wicker Man and Rosemary's Baby, Anthony Leonardi III's debut feature channels fears of the occult, secret societies and the supernatural with a modern twist.

We snapped up the chance to get the first word from Clancy himself on his latest role as the ominous Pastor Kingsman, head of a mysterious Baptist church
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Exclusive: Clifton Collins Jr. Talks Hellbenders 3D

Exclusive: Clifton Collins Jr. Talks Hellbenders 3D
Clifton Collins Jr., easily one of the hardest working actors in Hollywood, never likes to limit himself to a certain type of character, which is why we've seen him shine as all sorts of diverse characters. This year alone, for example, he starred as a criminal in the action-thriller Parker, a straight-laced technician in the sci-fi summer blockbuster Pacific Rim and an FBI agent in the ABC midseason drama series Red Widow. This acting chameleon returns to the big screen once more this year as the sinful minister Larry in Hellbenders 3D, debuting in theaters and on VOD formats October 18. Larry is just one of six members of the Hellbound Saints, ordained ministers who live in constant sin so that, as a last resort, they can invite possession of a demon and kill themselves, causing both the saint and the demon to go straight to hell.

I recently had the
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Neil Patrick Harris On His Birthday Adventure, and an NFL Hopeful Comes Out

Birthday shoutouts go to Matt Morris (above), who is 34, Candice Bergen is 67, and Billy Joel is 64. Minnesota House Passes Gay Marriage. The First AIDS Generation: Grappling With Why We’re Alive and What It Means Another pro-wrestler uses violent anti-gay rhetoric. Bug Makes Gay Marriage Possible in Nintendo Game Ricky Martin poses for fans during a promotion for his Greatest Hits release in Sydney, Australia.

Kevin Grayson, College Football Star And NFL Hopeful, Comes Out As Gay

Below you can see Neil Patrick Harris tell Ellen about the truly incredible birthday gift that David gave him, which lasted a week, and spanned the U.S.

Anderson plays “How You Chewin’?” with Wendy Williams.

Anderson doesn’t get hot sauce and popcorn.

And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names,
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Clancy Brown to attend Premiere of Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite

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Clancy Brown, the quintessential voice of Lex Luthor, will walk the red carpet and take part in the post-screening panel discussion when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and The Paley Center for Media present the World Premiere of Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite in New York on February 11, 2013.

Brown set the benchmark for all Lex Luthor voices with his iteration of the role for Superman: The Animated Series and Justice League/Justice League Unlimited, and he has reprised the voice in several TV series episodes as well as the DC Universe Animated Original Movie, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, and now for Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite.

The World Premiere will include red carpet media interviews starting at 5:15 p.m. and the first-ever public screening of the film at 6:30 p.m. Following the screening, cast and filmmakers will discuss the movie. Joining Brown on the panel
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R.I.P. J. Michael Riva

Production designer J. Michael Riva, whose most recent work includes Quentin Tarantino’s currently filming Django Unchained and Sony’s franchise reboot The Amazing Spider-Man, has died. Riva was 63, and the circumstances and cause of death were not known but Deadline was able to confirm his passing. Very highly regarded in the industry, he was the son of actress-author Maria Riva and art director William Riva and the grandson of Marlene Dietrich and film editor Rudolph Sieber. Raised in New York City, he eventually found his way to Los Angeles. Dropping out of UCLA to pursue a career in production design, Riva apprenticed with Jackson DeGoiva and his first major movie was uncredited work with Toby Rafelson on I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1977). That led to Brubaker (1980) with Robert Redford and subsequently Redford hired him for Ordinary People (1980). Other work included the 1984 cult fave The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
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Ally Sheedy Talks Wargames and Seth Gordon’s Remake at the Tribeca Film Festival

In 1983, Ally Sheedy catapulted to stardom as Jennifer, the beautiful girl next door, in WarGames, about a computer hacker (played by Matthew Broderick) whose innocent prying turns into a game gone very wrong, with potentially global consequences.  Instant stardom and a successful film career followed.  29 years later, the award-winning actress revisited her role, as part of a Tribeca Film Festival panel on the film and the ethical questions it continues to raise. Hit the jump for our interview with Sheedy and her thoughts on seeing the film for the first time since its release, its relevance, Seth Gordon's upcoming remake (including casting options) and more. Ally Sheedy was a mostly unknown 20-year old when she was cast in WarGames.  Coming off steady work in television and a pivotal, but relatively small role opposite Sean Penn in 1983's Bad Boys, Sheedy was cast opposite Matthew Broderick, in just his second
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Our 9 Favorite Movie Stoners

The numbers 4-20 have tons of significance in both world history and American culture. It's Hitler's birthday and the date of the Columbine massacre, for starters.

But since those two are such buzzkills, we'll focus on what else the date means: high time for stoners everywhere.

Looking back at our favorite stoner films, we notice many actors portray potheads one-dimensionally: eyes glazed, dopey voice, etc. We love the following movie stoners because they're not only funny, but also multidimensional.

Okay, but mostly because they're funny.

9. Brad Pitt, 'True Romance' (1993)

Floyd is the ultimate slacker stoner. Pitt plays the character as being so high he barely forms words outside of mumbling, "Hey! Get some beer and some cleaning products." His scenes provide great comedic relief in an otherwise rough and violent movie.

We relate because we've had nightmarishly lazy roommates like Floyd. The scenes are twice as funny now in hindsight,
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Sean Penn: Hot Celebrity Photo Gallery Our selected celebrity to be included in our “Hot Hollywood Celebrity Photo Gallery of the Week” is Sean Penn.

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Sean Penn, Jessica Chastain and Brad Pitt - 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival - "The Tree of Live" Premiere - Arrivals - Palais des Festivals - Cannes, France

This year, the 12th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates at their World Summit will recognize a high-profile personality making an outstanding contribution to international social justice and peace. Sean Penn is that person. Sean is an actor, founder and CEO of J/P Haitian Relief Organization, and will be presented with the 2012 Peace Summit Award during the summit for his work to rebuild and aid the victims of the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti, as well as his ongoing advocacy for peace and human rights protection worldwide.

Penn has been
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Review: 'This Must Be The Place' makes 'I Am Sam' look like 'Dead Man Walking'

Review: 'This Must Be The Place' makes 'I Am Sam' look like 'Dead Man Walking'
Just so we're clear, I have enormous respect for Sean Penn. I've been a fan since the early days of "Taps" and "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" and "Bad Boys," and watching the choices he's made over the years, both in front of the camera and occasionally behind it as well, I've remained impressed by his talent. Like many truly gifted people, though, he is capable of spectacular flame outs when they push themselves, and Penn has had his share of terrible moments onscreen.  He's been let down by directors sometimes, but he's also made some big crazy choices that haven't...
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Top Five Badass Prison Movies - Armie Hammer joins By Virtue Fall

Prison movies can evoke a mixture of emotions from an audience - from an adrenaline rush from the action to terror from the fear for your life. Either way, prison movies really remind me of why I do not want to ever go to jail. Armie Hammer has been cast in By Virtue Fall, according to Deadline. He will play “an Atf agent framed on a corruption beef and sent to a maximum security federal prison. He turns into a badass to survive, and when he emerges from that hellhole, he devotes himself to getting revenge on the person who destroyed his life: his former partner (Eric Bana).”

This role will be much darker turn than that of The Lone Ranger and the upcoming Mirror Mirror. Check out my list of Top Five Badass Prison Movies in honor of Hammer becoming a badass for this role:

5. Bronson

Tom Hardy stars
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Sean Penn: Hot Hollywood Celebrity Photo Gallery of the Day Our selected celebrity to be included in our “Hot Hollywood Celebrity Photo Gallery of the Day” is Sean Penn. Sean was at the premiere of Terrence Malick’s “The Tree of Life,” starring Brad Pitt, at the Cannes Film Festival.

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Sean Penn, Jessica Chastain and Brad Pitt - 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival - "The Tree of Live" Premiere - Arrivals - Palais des Festivals - Cannes, France

Sean Justin Penn (born August 17, 1960) is an American actor, screenwriter and film director, also known for his political and social activism. He is a two-time Academy Award winner for his roles in Mystic River (2003) and Milk (2008), as
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