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Barry Allen needs to find his way out the Speed Force, and quick, because a familiar foe is about to “pop” back into town.
RelatedThe Flash Season 4 Premiere Title Revealed (?), Hints at ‘Rebirth’ Arc
Peek-a-Boo was first introduced in the Season 1 episode “Crazy for You” after she broke into Iron Heights prison to free her boyfriend/partner-in-crime Clay Parker. She was last seen escaping from Team Flash at the end »
Rob Leane Jul 14, 2017
Could Elongated Man be joining Team Flash? A new report is suggesting so...
The Flash season 4 cast
Now, That Hashtag Show is reporting that The CW network has put out some casting calls; one of which alludes to a new superhero.
As DC Comics fans will notice, this sounds a lot like the classic stretchy hero Elongated Man...
Male, Mid to late 30s, Open Ethnicity. Think Ryan Reynolds or Chris Pratt, Ralph has the ability to stretch his body to super-human lengths and sizes…however, while resculpting his old body is easy to do, Dibny finds losing the old misguided sense of truth and slobbery, »
Matthew Modine, who is recently known for his role in Stranger Things was a very big movie star in the 80s. Starring in movies like Vision Quest, Gross Anatomy, and plenty of others solidified has status as Hollywood Elite. Perhaps his most well known role during that decade was that of Private Joker in the classic film Full Metal Jacket which was directed by Stanley Kubrick. As it turns out Modine documented the film by taking pictures over its two year-production. Now Modine will be selling those photos. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Purple Heart Foundation, which
- Nat Berman
[[tmz:video id="0_vdyim70v"]] Matthew Modine says Nate Diaz personally told him that his 1985 wrestling flick "Vision Quest" inspired him to become a pro fighter ... how cool is that!? Modine -- who starred as high school wrestler Loudon Swain in the movie -- ran into Diaz in L.A. last week and said the meeting was a "throwback because [Nate] was inspired by 'Vision Quest.'" "He trained really hard as a young fighter and like so many young »
- TMZ Staff
What would you do if you were trapped in a cage deep into the ocean, surrounded by a handful of great white sharks? It’s a terrifying prospect, and ever since Jaws hit theaters back in the ‘70s, moviegoers have been fascinating with the danger surrounding sharks.
In the film 47 Meters Down, we see two women get trapped in such a circumstance. Will they stay calm, collected, and find a way out of this mess, or will they succumb to the forces of the sea? That remains to be seen.
Recently, Lrm had the opportunity to attend a press junket, and while there, we had the opportunity to attend a roundtable with several other outlets, and speak with co-stars of the film Matthew Modine and Yani Gellman, who play the characters Captain Taylor and Louis, respectively. Throughout they interview, they discuss the filmmaking process, the experience in shooting on location, »
- Nancy Tapia
I’ve already been very clear about how strongly I feel about the movie Vision Quest. It’s one of my favorite movies of all-time and should be on anyone’s list who hasn’t seen it yet. The movie not only contains one of my favorite motivational scenes in any film (the “it ain’t the six minutes, it’s what happens in that six minutes” scene), an appearance by Madonna, one of my top five favorite uses of a song in any movie (Lunatic Fringe by Red Rider) but it’s also got one of the best sports movie villains as well as an appearance
Great Uses of Songs in Movies: Journey’s “Only the Young” in “Vision Quest” »
- Nat Berman
In my continuing saga of giving praise to movies that use music perfectly, today we’re going with “Lunatic Fringe” by Red Rider used in the movie Vision Quest. P.S. the song “Only the Young” by Journey is also incredibly well used in this movie but let’s get back to the 1981 classic rock song “Lunatic Fringe.” For those of you who have seen Vision Quest then you know what I’m talking about. For those of you who haven’t, leave the room right now and go watch Vision Quest. It’s one of my favorite movies of all-time and it’ll always be.
- Nat Berman
Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn brought their twin daughters, Dolly and Charlie, to the grand opening party for WeVillage in La on Saturday. The foursome flashed sweet smiles for photographers and were as cute as can be as they made their way down the red carpet. Rebecca shared a snap from the event on Instagram, writing, "We want your children!! Thrilled and proud to (finally!) announce the opening of @WeVillage flexible childcare that is about to revolutionize child care in Los Angeles. Thank you founder @karen_beninati for answering parent's/children's wishes. Thank you for celebrating with us." Jerry did the same and captioned his, "Congrats @rebeccaromijn and everybody at Los Angeles @wevillage Sorry about my hair sitch." Just last month, the brood stepped out for the Broadway play Crazy For You in NYC. We just love seeing this family together! »
- Monica Sisavat
First of all I’d like to point out that Vision Quest is one of my favorite movies of all-time, and it’s not even close. It’s in my top five. Second of all the “it ain’t the six minutes, it’s what happens in that six minutes” scene may very well be my favorite movie scene ever. I could name over 100 reasons why I love the movie Vision Quest but one of the funniest, and unsung reasons is Madonna singing “Crazy for You” in the bar. It just makes no sense. Madonna was already an international huge singing star at that
- Nat Berman
9 items from 2017
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