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'Playing House' promo: 'Why are best friends so sad?!' -- Exclusive Video

4 November 2013 9:00 AM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

What would happen if you took Three Men and a Baby, took out the three men, replaced them with two women, and swapped a doorstep baby with an in-the-womb fetus? You’d have USA Network’s original comedy, Playing House.

Playing House is all about what happens when one best friend gets pregnant, and the other best friend moves in to help raise the baby. We’ve got an exclusive first look at a new promo for the show, which stars Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair, who also co-created the series.

Learn more about the best friend drama, in »

- Samantha Highfill

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'Atlantis' episode 4 review: Royal scandal, dark myth and baby wee

19 October 2013 1:05 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The myth of Oedipus is a rather dark tale for a family drama like Atlantis to tackle, so in 'Twist of Fate', said myth is fused with Three Men and a Baby for an adventure that's part royal scandal, part rollicking adventure and part 'wee-wee and poo-poo' slapstick.

We open with Jason (Jack Donnelly), Pythagoras (Robert Emms) and Hercules (Mark Addy) finding a cute infant abandoned in the woods and, once they take the child home and assume the role of surrogate parents, we're treated to all the standard gags you'd expect.

There's no magicians or monsters here - instead, our heroes must deal with the perils of baby poo, changing nappies, settling a child to sleep and being sprayed with adorable urine. Oh, and of course, there's fart jokes aplenty!

The hapless trio recruit the maternal Medusa to help out, with Hercules using their time spent babysitting »

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11 Super-Surprising Director Credits

18 October 2013 11:00 AM, PDT | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

A whole mess of factors goes into what projects a director takes on. A young up-and-comer might be happy just to get his first directing credit, regardless of what it might actually be about. A director who's been around the block might pick up a project way outside of their wheelhouse just for the experience. And the promise of a couple bucks doesn't hurt, either.

In other words, sometimes you just can't pin a filmmaker down. Here are some rather odd and unexpected director-movie pairings.

1. Sidney Lumet, 'The Wiz' (1978)

Between "12 Angry Men," "Network," "Dog Day Afternoon" and "Serpico," it's fair to call the late Sidney Lumet an all-time great. But considering most of Lumet's career was dedicated to crime and drama, "The Wiz," a musical "The Wizard of Oz" adaptation set in Harlem (and, later, Oz), is a definite oddball in his canon. Starring such powerhouses of African-American culture as Michael Jackson, »

- Adam D'Arpino

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Atlantis episode 4 review: Twist Of Fate

18 October 2013 9:27 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Dave Adamson 19 Oct 2013 - 21:25

Atlantis skips mystical mythology this week for a story of family and honour. Here's Dave's review...

This review contains spoilers.

1.4 Twist of Fate

Three men and a baby

Yes, this week Jason brings about yet more social change by rescuing an abandoned baby, despite tradition suggesting that the baby should be left to die.

So Jason heroically changes nappies, valiantly shops for food and then asks Medusa, the only woman he really knows, for help, which she quite happily gives (probably because, for Jemima Rooper, it means some dialogue and the chance to show how great she is as an actor.)

Meanwhile, King Laius of Thebes turns up to drive a wedge between Ariadne and Pasiphae (at least, he would if the writers had carried forward the initial tentative steps), whilst his wife Jocasta looks ashen and mournful.

Continuing his rather seedy quest to steal the heart of Medusa, »

- louisamellor

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Happy Friday The 13th! The Truth Behind 10 Freaky Movie Myths

13 September 2013 12:01 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Friggatriskaidekaphobes unite! We’re hardly the superstitious types around these parts, but with today being the notoriously unlucky/cursed/bedeviled Friday the 13th, we thought we’d counter-program from all our festival and award season coverage and take a moment to take a not-very serious look at some of the myths, urban legends and superstitions that have sprung up around Hollywood movies over the years. Should you be terrified to rewatch “Three Men and a Baby” for any reason other than that it’s “Three Men and a Baby”? Did Charlie Chaplin catch a time traveler? Just how many people involved have to die and for how long a period after filming has ended, for a film to be considered “cursed”? These are just some of the questions we’ll be shining a light on today, so grab your lucky rabbit’s foot, throw some salt over your shoulder, cross »

- The Playlist Staff

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Switched at Birth Review: Consequences

19 August 2013 7:55 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

There were a lot of big decisions made during "Departure of Summer," as the Switched at Birth episode set things up nicely for a brand new season this winter.

There aren't a lot of answers left dangling, but rather new beginnings to think about. People made tough, life-altering choices that put the thoughts of others before themselves. It was an inspiring episode.

We got an ending to the Toby and Nikki wedding saga; Genise got her wish when they went off, had sex and didn't go to hell; and and Nikki got to wear her dress when she and Toby married at the courthouse. Emmett was right at the rehearsal dinner: If they truly loved each other and wanted to be together, they couldn't let that moment pass and risk losing each other. They also couldn't stand in front of their family and friends if they didn't share in their excitement of their marriage. »

- carissa@tvfanatic.com (Carissa Pavlica)

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The Stroller Strategy Movie Review

4 July 2013 2:19 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Title: The Stroller Strategy Director: Clément Michel Starring: Raphaël Personnaz, Charlotte Le Bon, Jerome Commandeur, Camelia Jordana Summoning up unnerving visions of an inevitable American remake starring Josh Duhamel or some similar Haircut, lukewarm French comedic trifle “The Stroller Strategy” indulges in hoary gender clichés in lieu of interesting characterizations. Directed by Clément Michel, the Paris-set film tracks along the same lines as “Life As We Know It,” “What To Expect When You’re Expecting” or the French source material for what in America would become “Three Men and a Baby” (minus two guys, of course), but hopelessly conflates amiability and ambiguity, making for a shrug-inducing experience. A year after his  [ Read More ]

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- bsimon

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Film Reviews: Opening This Week (June 10-14, 2013)

13 June 2013 2:10 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided.

Man of Steel

Distributor: Warner Bros.

There’s nary a mention of kryptonite, the Fortress of Solitude is only an existential locale, and Clark Kent never earns so much as a single Daily Planet byline in “Man of Steel,” director Zack Snyder, writer David S. Goyer and producer Christopher Nolan’s strenuously revisionist Superman origin story, which might more accurately have been titled “Rock ’Em Sock ’Em Spacemen,” given the amount of screen time devoted to exiled Kryptonians body-slamming each other into all manner of natural and manmade structures. Clearly designed to do for DC Comics’ other most venerable property what Nolan and Goyer’s “Batman Begins” did for the Caped Crusader, this heavily hyped, brilliantly marketed tentpole attraction seems destined to soar with worldwide audiences this summer, even »

- Variety Staff

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The Originals: Joseph Morgan and Daniel Gillies Tease Three Men and a Baby Fun!

17 May 2013 3:52 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

No need to try and remake Three Men and a Baby, Hollywood, the CW is already on it! The Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals shocked viewers when it was revealed that Klaus (Joseph Morgan), a hybrid, got Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin), a werewolf, pregnant. Like, really, really shocked. Fortunately for the expecting duo, they've got a great support system in vampire brother Elijah (Daniel Gillies). We chatted with Morgan and Gillies on the red carpet at the CW's Upfront presentation in New York City, where they recast the classic '80s film with their characters! Plus, they revealed what fans of The Vampire Diaries can expect from The Originals when it debuts this October... Sorry, Charles Michael Davis, »

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2013 CapeTown Film Festival: Leonard Nimoy And “Star Trek”

7 May 2013 12:50 PM, PDT | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

To cap off a rousing first outing, EW and American Cinematheque’s CapeTown Film Festival drew to a close last night. While the specter of traffic, public transportation, parking, and my body slowly contorting into permanent moviegoing position loomed heavy, I was sad to see it end. After Shaun Of The Dead, The Thing, Escape From New York, Return Of The Jedi, and many others, the first annual CapeTown Film Festival at Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood ended with a bang as we were transported to Federation space with J.J. Abrams’ triumphant re-imagining of the Star Trek franchise with his 2009 film.

Revisiting the film is timely, as Abrams’ sequel Star Trek Into Darkness soars into multiplexes starting on May 15th (for IMAX screens) and May 17th everywhere else. But let’s not kid ourselves: the draw was Leonard Nimoy, Mr. Spock himself, taking the stage following the screening of »

- Andy Greene

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Exclusive: Trailer & Poster For French Comedy 'The Stroller Strategy,' The First Release From Rialto Premieres

3 May 2013 8:39 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Rialto Pictures has largely been known for the excellent catalog of classic films, which they lovingly restore and bring back to theaters throughout the year. But 2013 marks a bit of change for the company. They have teamed up with French distributor StudioCanal and launched Rialto Premieres, a shingle that will allow them to bring  first-run films to the United States, giving an audience to pictures that might never make their way stateside -- and their first offering is the French comedy "The Stroller Strategy."Directed by Clément Michel and starring Raphaël Personnaz ("The Princess of Montpensier," "Anna Karenina"), Charlotte Le Bon ("Mood Indigo") and Jérôme Commandeur ("Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis") tells the "Three Men And A Baby"-esque story of Thomas Platz, who unexpected becomes the guardian of a baby, and tries to use his newfound fatherhood to win back his ex-girlfriend Marie. And this exclusive trailer for the movie, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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8 Myths About Classic Movies You’ll Be Shocked To Hear Are False

5 April 2013 2:18 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Did you know you can see a Munchkin hanging himself just off the Yellow Brick Road in The Wizard Of Oz? Or that in Three Men And A Baby you can glimpse the ghost of a child through a window in one scene? Or that Jill Masterson, the literal golden girl in Goldfinger, actually died from asphyxiation during the iconic scene? Of course all three of those are utter rubbish (it’s a bird, a cut-out of Ted Danson and James Bond science), but that didn’t stop the rumours spreading.

While these facts are well known fakes, there’s plenty of seemingly true trivia out there that’s nothing but an enticing lie, started by an unfortunate misunderstanding or from overzealous fans. Here we look at eight of the worst cases, busting open some commonly held beliefs.

 

 

8. Casablanca

The Myth: Ronald Reagan was first choice to play Rick.

There »

- Alex Leadbeater

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Despicable Me 2: evil genius or just plain bad?

22 March 2013 6:45 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The forthcoming animated sequel about a supervillain turned superdad needs to maintain the delicious nastiness of the original or risk becoming prosaic

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Animated features over the past few years have been as much a source of original ideas as any area of film-making, but sometimes the old tried and tested tropes can pan out just as well. Despicable Me, from 2010, was one of the first such films from outside the established Pixar and Dreamworks stables to really knock it out of the park, and it did so by throwing the age-old struggling single dad motif (seen in everything from Kramer vs Kramer to Three Men and a Baby) into a James Bond-esque world of supervillains armed with Inspector Gadget-style tools. I'm not sure if the part of Gru – a maniacal bad guy turned orphan-kissing superdad – was written with a deep Russian »

- Ben Child

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Tom Selleck: 'I think Three Men and a Bride is a good idea'

5 January 2013 1:27 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Tom Selleck has said he would be onboard for another potential sequel to Three Men and a Baby. The 1987 comedy, which also starred Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg, was followed up by 1990's Three Men and a Little Lady. CNN reports that Selleck told the hosts of The Talk that there may be some truth to the rumours that there will be a third entry in the series entitled Three Men and a Bride. He said: "I heard it was, so yes. I've talked to Ted [Danson] and I've talked to Steve Guttenberg, and we'd love to get back together (more) »

- By Paul Martinovic

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Tom Selleck Would "Love to Get Back Together" With Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson for Another Three Men and a Baby Sequel

4 January 2013 9:34 AM, PST | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

It's been years since Tom Selleck had to change diapers onscreen, but the Blue Bloods actor still has fond memories of the movie that started it all. Selleck sat down with the ladies of The Talk Thursday, Jan. 3, and revealed that he would be up for a reunion with pals Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg in a sequel to their 1987 hit, Three Men and a Baby. "I've talked to Ted and I've talked to Steve, and we'd love to get back together if they've got a [...] »

- Joyce Chen

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Bieber Paparazzo death and Selleck on 'Three Men and a Baby' Sequel - The Talk (Videos)

4 January 2013 8:05 AM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Rewind time from The Talk as Tom Selleck speaks on 'Three Men and a Baby' Sequel. Selleck addresses rumors of a "Three Men and a Baby" sequel. When asked by co-host Aisha Tyler if .Three Men and a Bride. was in the works, Tom reveals: "I heard it was, so yes. I've talked to Ted and I.ve talked to Steve Guttenberg...and we'd love to get back together if they.ve got a good idea. It seemed to be real, and then it disappeared. If they.re smart, they.ll do it.. Tom Selleck .Three Men Sequel. var _khp = false; mw.setConfig('EmbedPlayer.EnableIpadHTMLControls', false ); mw.setConfig('Kaltura.ForceFlashOnDesktop', true ); function jsCallbackReady(objectId) { window.cbskdp = document.getElementById(objectId); window.cbskdp.addJsListener('doPlay', 'cbsHandleKalturaPlayEvent'); } function cbsHandleKalturaPlayEvent() { if ( !_khp ) »

- April MacIntyre

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Tom Selleck Says He'd Be Up For A Three Men And A Baby Sequel

4 January 2013 6:41 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Decades before Tom Selleck and his mustache were starring in the highly rated CBS cop drama Blue Bloods, back around the end of his Magnum, P.I. days, he and two other well known actors (Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg) starred in a comedy about three bachelors who find themselves stuck taking care of a baby left by one of their girlfriends. Simply titled Three Men and a Baby, Leonard Nimoy (of Star Trek fame) directed the original 1987 comedy, which was a hit, grossing over $160 million domestically. The sequel came a few years later, but since Three Men and a Little Lady, we have yet to know what has become of the the three men or the baby/little lady. There's been talk of another sequel for years, which would focus on the three men and a bride. If Mary was a baby in 1987, that would put her in her »

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'Three Men and a Baby' sequel: Tom Selleck's game! -- Video

3 January 2013 8:38 PM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

Holy Guttenberg, is another Three Men and a Baby sequel going to make it to the big screen?

Tom Selleck seems up to the challenge. The Blue Bloods star told the women of The Talk Thursday that he’s definitely discussed the possibility of making Three Men and a Bride with Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg, his co-stars from the 1987 flick that grossed more than $167 million domestically. “We’d love to get back together if they’ve got a good idea,” he said. “It seemed to be real, and then it disappeared. If they’re smart, they’ll do it. »

- Lynette Rice

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