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John Cena Shows Off His Mad Libs Prowess With Jimmy Fallon

John Cena has many talents — he can act, wrestle and rap — and on Wednesday's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon he demonstrated yet another skill: Cena plays a mean game of Mad Libs.

In a special holiday-themed edition of the Fallon segment "Mad Libs Theater," Cena stunned Fallon with answers, including "Jimmybillbob" as a name, "falafel" as a swear word and a Rob Roy as a type of drink. When asked to give advice he would give to a teenager, Cena quoted S.E. Hinton's classic novel The Outsiders, answering, "Stay golden, Ponyboy."

"This is the most interesting [game] I've ever...
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Rob Lowe To Receive 2018 Horatio Alger Award

Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization honoring the achievements of outstanding individuals and encouraging youth to pursue their dreams through higher education, today announced that Rob Lowe, film and television actor, producer, writer and director and New York Times best-selling author, has been selected for membership in this prestigious organization.

Lowe joins 11 other esteemed business, civic and cultural leaders from across North America in receiving 2018 honors. For more than 70 years, the Horatio Alger Award has been annually bestowed upon admired leaders who have succeeded despite facing adversities, and who have remained committed to higher education and charitable efforts in their local communities.

Born in Charlottesville, Virginia, and raised in Dayton, Ohio, eight-year-old Rob Lowe dreamed of being an actor. Throughout a tumultuous childhood, he focused on his goal despite his young age, appearing in many productions throughout the mid-west. In 1976, following his mother’s second divorce,
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Breakfast Bites Back in Level 33 Entertainment’s Official Trailer for Attack Of The Killer Donuts

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Usually it's humans who take a bite of sweet treats, but in Attack of the Killer Donuts, it's humans who are the menu. Starring C. Thomas Howell as Officer Roberts, Attack of the Killer Donuts is coming to select theaters and VOD platforms beginning November 17th, and Level 33 Entertainment has provided us with a new trailer for the film that features donuts with sweet teeth of their own... for human flesh.

Press Release: Los Angeles (CA) –Level 33 Entertainment has announced today the official release date for the horror comedy feature film Attack Of The Killer Donuts starring C. Thomas Howell (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Outsiders, & The Amazing Spider-Man), Justin Ray (1 Chance 2 Dance & Disaster L.A.), and Michael Swan (As the World Turns, Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI, & The Bold and the Beautiful). The film will screen in select cities across the U.S. and will be available “Day-and-Date” via
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All the Throwback Set Photos You Need to See, From Mean Girls to 10 Things I Hate About You

All the Throwback Set Photos You Need to See, From Mean Girls to 10 Things I Hate About You
Ever wonder what the stars of your favorite movies and TV shows got up to when the cameras weren’t rolling? Well, we have some partial answers for you.

Keep scrolling to see the best behind-the-scenes shots from decades past. They’re totally phat, gnarly, groovy and … you get the idea:

Lizzy Caplan, Jonathan Bennett, Amy Poehler, Lindsay Lohan and Nicole Crimi in Mean Girls.

Amy Poehler and Nicole Crimi in Mean Girls.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Andrew Keegan, Julia Stiles, Heath Ledger, Larisa Oleynik, Gabrielle Union-Wade, and David Krumholtz in 10 Things I Hate About You.

Zoë Saldana, Taryn Manning and Britney Spears in Crossroads.
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How weird does a celebrity have to be before we stop watching their films?

All celebrities are a bit weird, so when one is known for being Weird Even For A Celebrity, you know they are probably crossing over to ‘actually quite scary’

Of the many deeply uncool things I am obsessed with – The Golden Girls, the oeuvre of Roxette, Princess Anne’s hair – the uncoolest is also the one that has been with me the longest. Tom Cruise has been a part of my mental landscape ever since I was old enough to read in a magazine that I was supposed to fancy him. I was alive in the 80s and, as strange as this is now to think about, what with his deeply unsexy obsession since with thetans, back then he was very much pitched as Mr Sexxxxxy. Which is even stranger when you think that Cruise didn’t even grow into his face for another decade: back in Risky Business and The Outsiders,
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Sanfic: Matt Dillon Talks Creative Processes, Upcoming Von Trier Thriller, ‘The House That Jack Built’

Sanfic: Matt Dillon Talks Creative Processes, Upcoming Von Trier Thriller, ‘The House That Jack Built’
Santiago De Chile — In town for a series of events at the Sanfic Santiago Intl. Film Festival, Matt Dillon addressed the assembled press at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Santiago.

Dressed in all black, Dillon entered the press-room to a resounding wave of camera clicks. Taken aback, the actor backtracked, and made a better prepared entrance, begging the pardon of the assembled crowd.

Throughout the hour-long event Dillon fielded questions fired at him in much the same way, often taking breaks to think, double back, and reinvest more thoughtfulness in his answers that a rapid fire response might not allow. It was as if he treated each answer he gave as the most important of the afternoon, taking special care to avoid especially inflammatory or frivolous topics.

Dillon’s career has spanned more than three decades and from 1983’s “The Outsiders,” to 2005’s “Factotum,” Dillon’s films have frequently received critical and festival acclaim. In
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Flashback Weekend 2017: Heather Langenkamp, Amanda Wyss, and Ronee Blakley Reflect on A Nightmare On Elm Street [Part 1]

From August 4th through August 6th, Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Con took over the Windy City, and Daily Dead was on hand for all the horror-fied festivities. Throughout all three days, this writer served as one of Flashback’s co-hosts, and brought back some highlights from several of the panels held over the course of the convention.

Below is the first part of our excerpts from the panel featuring the women of A Nightmare on Elm Street, Heather Langenkamp, Amanda Wyss, and Ronee Blakley. The trio discussed their careers at the point of being involved with the first film in the Nightmare franchise, how the project came about, and their experiences seeing Wes Craven’s landmark film for the very first time.

Be sure to check back here on Daily Dead for more from the women of A Nightmare on Elm Street.

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Everything You Need to Know About Rob Lowe's New Supernatural Docu-Series with His Sons

Rob Lowe has always been into the supernatural — and we’re not talking about his ability to never age.

“From the time I was a kid, I’ve always been interested in unexplained phenomena and spooky mysteries,” Lowe, 53, says in the current issue of People. “When I had kids of my own, we would tell campfire stories, and I would share that with them. It was a way that we bonded as father and sons.”

Now Lowe has taken his sons Matthew, 23, and John Owen, 21, on the road with him to explore supernatural locations and urban-legend sites as part of
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Interview: Outsiders author S.E. Hinton is still gold after 50 years

In 1967, Tulsa teenager Susie Hinton published her first novel, The Outsiders. The first-person narrative of Ponyboy Curtis discussed his brothers and friends in the Greasers as they faced off against the local rich kids, the Socs. The novel has never been out of print, having sparked a sense of identification with the first teenagers who read it, and every generation since. The book was also made into a now-legendary movie in 1983, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring seemingly every young actor in Hollywood at the time, including Matt Dillon, Ralph Macchio, Patrick Swayze, and Tom Cruise. The success of The Outsiders helped boost the popularity of Hinton’s subsequent books like Tex, Rumble Fish, and That Was Then, This Is Now, all of which were also made into films.

For the 50th anniversary of The Outsiders, the author formally known as S.E. Hinton undertook a book ...
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Trevor Reviews Francis Ford Coppola’s Rumble Fish [Criterion Collection Blu-Ray Review]

In 1983, while adapting The Outsiders, S.E. Hinton’s famous novel about young, full-blooded Oklahoma gangs with names like Ponyboy and Sodapop, Francis Ford Coppola was dissatisfied. He didn’t like the style of his adaptation, finding the color and direction too saccharine; here was a film about hard times that risked making those times look like the good old days. During production he started reading another S.E. Hinton young adult book about young, full-blooded Oklahoma gangs with names like Motorcycle Boy, Smokey, and Rusty James: Rumble Fish. While finishing work on the former, Coppola dreamed of filming the latter, which he found personal and saw as the perfect avenue for artistic expression.

The story of Rumble Fish takes us back to the rougher, poorer areas of Tulsa, Oklahoma. High schooler Rusty James is trying to fill a hole that started to fill up space when his brother, Motorcycle Boy,
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Exclusive: Rob Lowe Reacts to Being Kate Beckinsale's Teenage Crush: 'She's One of My Favorites'

Exclusive: Rob Lowe Reacts to Being Kate Beckinsale's Teenage Crush: 'She's One of My Favorites'
Kate Beckinsale revealed recently on Instagram that she had a crush on Rob Lowe as a teenager, and it turns out, the feeling is mutual.

On Wednesday, Et's Nischelle Turner caught up with Lowe at the Los Angeles premiere of How to Be a Latin Lover -- which hits theaters on April 28 -- and he admitted that he was flattered upon hearing of the 43-year-old actress' fondness for him. Last week, Beckinsale disclosed her crush by sharing a photo of a postcard she wrote as if it was from Lowe. The note read: "Dear Kate, Yes I will marry you. See you soon. Love, Rob."

"Either I was a really tragic 13 year old with time on my hands." Beckinsale quipped in the caption, "Or Rob Lowe was all kinds of casual proposing marriage via a postcard of himself, signing his last name And drawing a dick instead of using a stamp. (found at my mum's
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‘Catfight’ Finds Both Brutality and Humanity In Its Bloody Brawls

This Week in Home VideoPlus 20 more new releases to watch at home this week on Blu-ray/DVD.

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Pick of the WeekCatfight

What is it? Two old college friends cross paths as adults and beat the ever-loving crap out of each other.

Why see it? Onur Tukel’s latest is also his best thanks in part to the lead performances by Sandra Oh and Anne Heche. They do a good job of manipulating our sympathies and concerns ensuring that our loyalties shift from act to act. Themes of female friendships, class distinctions, and redemption run through alongside a satirical look at modern life, and there’s a terrifically wicked streak throughout. Funny, smart, and brutal are all apt descriptors for this cynical look at our violent selves.

[Blu-ray/DVD extras: Commentaries, featurette, deleted scenes]

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Blu-ray Review: Rumble Fish, Innocence Dies A Lonely Death In Tulsa

As much as I love movies, and that is a lot or I wouldn't be here, there are certain things that turn me off almost immediately. Francis Ford Coppola's Rumble Fish, a kind of response to the populist storytelling of his infinitely more successful The Outsiders, does almost every single thing that I hate about consciously artistic films. Yet, here I sit, in awe. Rumble Fish takes S.E. Hinton's novel and turns it into an exercise in artifice, utilizing black and white photography to immerse the audience in the world of its color-blind muse, The Motorcycle Boy, and an aggressively avant-garde rhytmic soundtrack that turns the film into what should be an interminably long jazz exploration. So far, that's two strikes on the list of...

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Rob Lowe Stars As Colonel Sanders In New Space-Themed KFC Commercial

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Rob Lowe is taking on a new role and it is finger-licking good. The “Parks and Recreation” actor stars as the new face of KFC in their space-themed commercial. Lowe takes on the role of the brand’s iconic Colonel Sanders and introduces KFC’s latest addition to the menu. Related: Rob Lowe Visited ‘The Outsiders’ House For […]
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Rob Lowe's Sons Reveal How Their Dad Embarrasses Them: 'He's Like a Man Child'

Rob Lowe's Sons Reveal How Their Dad Embarrasses Them: 'He's Like a Man Child'
Rob Lowe has a strong bond with his two sons, Matthew and John Owen, but that doesn't mean he doesn't embarrass them from time to time.

"He's like a man child," John Owen says of his dad on Friday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "He's a teenager trapped in a 53-year-old's body."

He adds, "If I'm in a crowd and he's anywhere nearby, he will scream at the top of his lungs my least favorite nicknames, and they're really embarrassing."

Exclusive: Rob Lowe Reveals His Surprising Secret to Staying Young

Going along with being a teenager trapped in a man's body, Rob and his sons celebrated the actor's 53rd birthday by paying a visit to the house where he filmed The Outsiders in 1983, which has now been turned into a museum dedicated to the beloved movie.

"[The museum] has some of my wardrobe [from the movie]," Lowe reveals. "I was like, 'Dare I try to put on my 18-year-old shirt? And I
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'The Outsiders': THR's 1983 Review

'The Outsiders': THR's 1983 Review
On March 25, 1983, Francis Ford Coppola and Warner Bros. brought The Outsiders adaptation to theaters, featuring a cast that included many rising stars. The Hollywood Reporter's original review is below.

Francis Coppola's first directorial effort since Apocalypse Now and One From the Heart is a curiously unconvincing excursion into a (supposed) teenager's world, circa 1966, that will need massive support from high schoolers, circa 1983, to pay off in its initial runs.

The fact that its lineage somersaults from the S.E. Hinton book that has had wide popularity with youthful readers since it was initially published in 1967 means a plus,...
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Film Review: ‘California Dreams’

Film Review: ‘California Dreams’
Destitute and clinging to threadbare hope, an aspiring Hollywood high-flyer rehearses her Oscar speech at one point in Mike Ott’s is-it-or-isn’t-it docufiction “California Dreams” — though as her earnest sentiments gush forth, it’s entirely someone else’s acceptance speech that springs poignantly to mind. “You can’t trade in your dream for another dream,” said Viola Davis at the SAG Awards a few years back, and so it proves for the troubled human subjects of Ott’s film: a ragtag ensemble of small-time underachievers whose shared, cherished fantasy of making it in the movies gets them up in the morning, but not much further than that. Well, they’re in a movie now: As is Ott’s wont, “California Dreams” blurs the line between simulated vérité and authentic observation, making it often impossible to tell whether those on camera are playing themselves, simply being themselves or a combination of the two.
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Great Job, Internet!: Read This: Looking back on 50 years of The Outsiders

It’s been 50 years since the first publication of The Outsiders, a small novel that rocked the publishing industry and arguably set the stage for the Ya genre as a whole. Susan Eloise Hinton was an Oklahoma teenager (who had just failed a creative writing class) when she wrote her first novel. It describes a gang of lost boys who form their own family as they face off against rival gang the Socs. Hinton was only 18 when the novel was released, and it has sold millions of copies since then and is still required reading in many schools. Cementing the novel’s legendary status was its 1983 film adaptation by Francis Ford Coppola, starring the brightest young stars of the day, like Matt Dillon, Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Ralph Macchio, Diane Lane, and a young Tom Cruise at the start of his career.

In honor of the ...
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C Thomas Howell Joins ‘Ray Donovan’ for Recurring Role (Exclusive)

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C Thomas Howell Joins ‘Ray Donovan’ for Recurring Role (Exclusive)
C. Thomas Howell has booked a recurring role on Showtime’s “Ray Donovan,” TheWrap has learned. The former “Outsiders” star will recur on the upcoming fifth season of the drama, playing Dr. Brogan, the court-appointed therapist for Liev Schreiber’s title character. Howell is the latest actor to be cast on the show, joining “Quantico” alum Graham Rogers, who will star in a season-long arc next year. Adina Porter, Brian White and Lili Simmons will also appear. Also Read: Showtime Partners With Alex Gibney for 'American Jihad' Documentary In addition to his breakout role in “The Outsiders,” Howell
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