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Whenever New Girl has had a big plot point in, it’s always been interesting how they handle — or don’t — the fallout in the next episode. A few examples: Jess and Nick’s first kiss in “Cooler” was followed by the Indian speed-dating shenanigans of “Table 34″; the roomfriends were doin’ it and doin’ it and doin’ it well in “Virgins,” but “Winston’s Birthday” felt a bit like a digression; and it’s probably best if we don’t dwell too much on “Exes” (aside from Adam Brody’s dreaminess therein) because it had the misfortune to air in »
- Lanford Beard
Married for 25 years, the couple has been separated since July 2013, the mag reported.
Read: Richard Marx - 'I Totally Married Up'
The split announcement was initially revealed during Richard's appearance on Friday's episode of Katie Couric's talk show, "Katie," when she said to the "Hold On to the Nights" crooner, "Well, you're back on the market -- how ...
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
The 'Right Here Waiting' hit maker, who has been separated from the 'Dirty Dancing' actress since July, first hinted at the divorce when he made an appearance on Katie Couric's show and she asked him what it was like to be back on the market, People Magazine reported.
Marx had replied to the question, saying that dating was all brand new to him, so he is just having fun.
The parents of three sons had tied the knot four years after meeting in 1983 on the sets of 'Staying Alive', where Rhodes. »
- Arun Pandit
The king of love ballads and his wife are no longer singing the same tune. Richard Marx, 50, the pop singer behind romantic '80s and '90s hits like "Right Here Waiting," and "Hold On to the Nights," has announced that he and his wife, actress and singer Cynthia Rhodes, 57, are splitting, People confirms. The couple have been separated since July and are in the process of divorcing after 25 years of marriage, his rep tells People. The announcement was initially made on Friday's episode of Katie. "Well, you're back on the market," Katie Couric said. "How are you feeling about dating? »
- Gillian Telling
Whether you’re new to Tap, or have seen them in concert (like me), it’s hard to argue with free, and the Yeah! App from AMC Networks is offering This is Spinal Tap – The Special Features Version for free through April 11th.
Far more than just a ‘Pop Up Video’ version of films, the Yeah! App gives you a completely unique experience, and none of the films is packed with more awesome than This is Spinal Tap, which not only pulls in hundreds of cool notes, but gives you some incredible insights from a variety of legendary rockers… and Jack Black.
Check out the full details below, and make sure you don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy this truly special viewing experience.
- Marc Eastman
Thirty years ago, Ren McCormack fought for his right in Footloose. “This is our time to dance,” he argued. “It is our way of celebrating life. It’s the way it was in the beginning. It’s the way it’s always been. It’s the way it should be now.” As Kevin Bacon put on his old sweats and threw an old cassette on the stereo for Jimmy Fallon last week, we were reminded in the resonating power of dance scenes… Only, we often remember the most polished dance sequences and forget that “from the oldest of times, people danced for a number of reasons.” Though lists like to remind us over and over of the usual suspects – the films boasting carefully rehearsed choreography ((500) Days of Summer), musical numbers (Singin’ in the Rain), practiced moves (Dirty Dancing), and audacious comedy (Little Miss Sunshine) – there are many memorable dance sequences that break the barriers. Most »
- Monika Bartyzel
It's been 27 years since the original Dirty Dancing hit theaters in 1987, but the cult classic still has plenty of staying power thanks to some quotable lines, a seriously awesome '60s soundtrack, and some out-of-control dance scenes. With actress Jennifer Grey celebrating her 54th birthday on Wednesday, we're taking a look back at the iconic movie that made people dream of a sexy stranger who'd teach them how to dance, lift them high in the air, and stand up to anyone who tried to put them in the corner. (Yes? No? Just us?) In honor of Jennifer's birthday and the memorable performance from the late Patrick Swayze, take a look at 24 dos and don'ts inspired by Dirty Dancing. Source: Lionsgate View Slideshow › »
- Laura Marie Meyers
There was a spirit and drive on set of Ronnie Thompson’s latest drama I Am Soldier, and a commitment to the cause not to dissimilar to the special forces themselves, with a palpable, tireless work ethic spreading around the camp. It seems only right this be the case, as the one thing Thompson – whose previous directing credit is Tower Block – was hellbent on guaranteeing, is that his film is rife with authenticity, as he uses his own personal experiences as a serviceman, to help craft this piece of cinema.
“Because I have a service background, it’s always something I’m naturally interested in,” he told us on set. “I don’t know many directors or writers that have that kind of experience to draw on and that mindset of a service person. So it’s always something I wanted to do. I’m a director who has more »
- Stefan Pape
Dirty Dancing, Legally Blonde, Sister Act, Billy Elliot and Ghost are just some of our beloved films that have been made into musicals in the past few years. Now this all-star list will be getting another hit to sing along to with 1990s classic film Pretty Woman set to take the Broadway stage!
Reports are telling us that the movie’s director Gary Marshall is currently in New York with producer Paula Wagner and they are taking meetings with composers, lyricists and directors in order to make ‘Pretty Woman – The Musical‘ happen. In addition to this Marshall and screenwriter Jf Lawton are writing the book based on the movie.
Also known as the movie that shot Julia Roberts to instant stardom, Pretty Woman follows the story of prostitute looking for a fairytale ending, which she luckily finds in the form of Richard Gere. The original musical was actually already written »
- Tina Baraga
Proving that their young love is meant to be — seriously, guys — Justin Bieber posted a pair of steamy videos in which he dances a choreographed routine (to John Legend’s Ordinary People, of all things), allegedly with his on-again, off-again lady love Selena Gomez.
Bieber reportedly posted two back-to-back clips on Instagram on March 10. But before the posts could earn thousands of angry comments from heart-broken Beliebers, the young singer took them down from his social media account.
Bieber’s representative did not respond to EW’s request for comment.
Thankfully, the video — filmed during the pair’s reunion in Texas over the weekend, »
- Nina Terrero
If you want to get inspired this Valentine.s Day, look no further than the world of cinema! From professing about your undying devotion to the minutiae of this thing we call love, Hollywood has given us a treasure trove of one-liners that provoke and entertain. I bet you that the romantic movies I picked have quotes that you still remember to this day.
So without further adieu, here.s my list of the Top 10 Best Romantic Movie Lines.ever!
Here are the movies featured:
1. "Jerry Maguire"
3. "Gone with the Wind"
5. "Dirty Dancing"
6. "Brokeback Mountain"
7. "Notting Hill"
8. "As Good As It Gets"
9. "The Notebook"
10. "Love Story"
Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find Kevin Nealon talking Valentines with kids; a blooper reel for The Lego Movie; a cute kitten version of Disney’s The Little Mermaid; everything wrong with Dirty Dancing in 8 minutes or less; and some Disney character inspired cocktails. All that and more on this edition of Sr’s Geek Picks!
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Valentine’s Day Secret Admirer Prank
The most romantic prank ever made. Send this video to someone you admire! Even if they’re a stranger.
History of Women Moving On (Valentine’s Day Special)
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- Justin Vactor
After the much awaited trailer of Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty, hit the media, Pooja Bhatt has been fuming over the title of Vipul Shah's film. The actress turned producer claims that the title 'Holiday' has been registered with her for a while now and accuses Vipul of copyright infringement.
Pooja Bhatt had directed a film titled Holiday way back in 2006, starring Dino Morea and Onjolee Nair which was also the remake of the 1987 film Dirty Dancing. The former actress also revealed that she was approached by Vipul Shah for rights of the title but she had rejected the idea. Pooja took to twitter to vent out her anger, as she writes, "First Thank You then Holiday! Akshay Kumar's producers have an affinity for the titles of my films. Gentle Reminder- 'Karma can be a bitch'! Vipul Shah approached me for Holiday & I refused. »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
You love to hate them, you hate to love them. There is an irresistible quality to the bad men in film, whose dastardly ways lure you in and keep you rooting for them until the bitter end.
With the remake of 1981’s turbulent Endless Love out this Valentine’s Day, starring Alex Pettyfer as a boy in love with a criminal past, we celebrate some of cinema’s most notorious, sometimes misunderstood scoundrels and their paths to retribution.
Dir. John Hughes, 1985
Spending the majority of John Hughes’ fantastic teen film slumped over a desk and setting things on fire, Judd Nelson’s juvenile Bender is the definition of angst. Criminally minded, troubled and at times malicious, Hughes still urges you not to give up on him, with glimmers of a better person under that grubby coat and a victory that will have you punching the »
- Beth Webb
When Dirty Dancing came out in 1987, it was a massive hit, grossing nearly $214 million in worldwide box office. But the film starring Patrick Swayze as a dance instructor at a vacation resort was nothing compared to the success of the stage version. In London alone, a Dirty Dancing musical reportedly grossed $500 million. Such prosperity should be the formula for happiness among all involved, but it hasn't been. Behind the curtains, the screenwriter of the original film has been tangoing with the stage version's Australian producer over rights. Last year, an arbitrator ruled largely in favor of the
- Eriq Gardner
London, Feb 9: The perfect girlfriend is five foot five inches tall, has no tattoos and supports Manchester United, according to a new survey.
In a poll, by dating app Lovoo, it found that men like women with an Irish accent, Mini Cooper and loves roast dinners, the Daily Express reported.
The ideal lady would also have a weight of 9st 2lbs, brown hair, blue eyes and her favourite movie being 'Dirty Dancing'.
She also wears 34C underwear and enjoys listening to rock music.
- Meeta Kabra
Today romantic comedies are known for being repetative and full of cliches, but the genre didn't always have that reputation. The 1980's required film makers to reinvent the long-running genre for a new generation.
Each month the Cinelinx staff will write a handful of articles covering a specified film-related topic. These articles will be notified by the Movielinx banner. Movielinx is an exploration and discussion of our personal connections with film. We’ll even submit reviews of the films we discuss so that you can get a better idea of what we’re talking about. This month, with Valentines Day right around the corner, we look at romatic comedies. What do romantic comedies mean to you? Feel free to add your own comments or reviews of movies that you find personally influential.
Ah yes. The 80’s. Decade of overindulgence, leg warmers, and the birth of MTV. This was a decade »
- email@example.com (G.S. Perno)
Original team behind hugely successful film following adventures of Marty McFly is reassembled to create a musical version
Back to the Future, which starred Michael J Fox as Marty McFly, is to become the latest film to be adapted as a West End musical.
Lloyd said he was five when he first saw the film "and I have been a huge fan ever since". Back to the Future is due to open in 2015, the 30th anniversary of the original film – and the same year that McFly visited in Back to the Future II.
The producers said it was not a matter of simply transporting a successful film to the stage. Gale, who co-wrote and co-produced all three Back to the Future »
- Mark Brown
With the remake on the horizon, the guys over at Screen Junkies take a look back on the 80's classic film that started it all. Let's go back to a simpler time, when action movies were made for adults, but still marketed to children. A time when 'Dirty Dancing' was considered PG-13 and not something you'd show in the middle of a Sunday afternoon on the CW. »
- Donna Dickens
Whether it's a spontaneous bit of dancing or a more choreographed number, movie history is full of great dance moments. And as it happens, the internet is full of supercuts, but the above video and the sequel that followed rises above some of the rest, thanks in large part to great editing, as it looks like the creator really took the time to fit the dance clips together so they line up with the song. Set to Men Without Hats' "Safety Dance," "We Can Dance - Hollywood Movie Dance Tribute" links Road Trip, It's a Wonderful Life, Grease, Mean Girls, Dirty Dancing, Silver Linings Playbook, 500 Days of Summer and quite a few other great movies together through dancing. And it all ends up with the Beetlejuice scene. Beyond the editing, what I really like about Robert Jones' video is that he works some more obscure dance moments into it. »
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