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Kirstie Alley to Play Key Role in Scream Queens Season 2

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Kirstie Alley has joined the Scream Queens Season 2 cast! While details on her role are currently unknown, there's just one more week to go before all will be revealed.

Press Release (via TheFutonCritic.com): Emmy And Golden Globe Award Winner Kirstie Alley Joins The Cast Of "Scream Queens" On Fox.

Series Hails From Creators, Executive Producers and Directors Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan.

Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Keke Palmer, Billie Lourd, Glen Powell, and Niecy Nash Reprise Season One Roles; John Stamos, Taylor Lautner and James Earl Join Season Two as Series Regulars.

Second Season of Series to Premiere Next Tuesday, September 20th, on Fox.

Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Kirstie Alley has been cast in a series regular role in the upcoming second season of Scream Queens, the comedy-horror series from award-winning executive producers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan.
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Tgif Turns 25: Looking Back at the Family-Friendly Sitcoms That Defined '90s TV

Tgif Turns 25: Looking Back at the Family-Friendly Sitcoms That Defined '90s TV
If you were a child or a parent during the early '90s, there's a good chance that ABC's Tgif lineup graced your TV set. Remember Tgif? A two-hour block of family-friendly comedies that tried to make it seem fun staying in on Friday nights?

It officially debuted 25 years ago this month – on Sept. 22, 1989, with a lineup that included Perfect Strangers, Family Matters, Full House and Just the Ten of Us. And notably, it debuted four years before that other landmark '90s TV block, Must See TV.

The early promos are a trip, as they're both introducing the concept
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Tgif Turns 25: Looking Back at the Family-Friendly Sitcoms That Defined '90s TV

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Tgif Turns 25: Looking Back at the Family-Friendly Sitcoms That Defined '90s TV
If you were a child or a parent during the early '90s, there's a good chance that ABC's Tgif lineup graced your TV set. Remember Tgif? A two-hour block of family-friendly comedies that tried to make it seem fun staying in on Friday nights? It officially debuted 25 years ago this month - on Sept. 22, 1989, with a lineup that included Perfect Strangers, Family Matters, Full House and Just the Ten of Us. And notably, it debuted four years before that other landmark '90s TV block, Must See TV. The early promos are a trip, as they're both introducing the
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50 brilliant movie opening credits sequences

From a range of eras and genres, here's Jenny and Alex's light-hearted pick of 50 great opening title sequences from the movies...

Odd List

We don’t go to the cinema much, because we hate people. We also don’t go because there’s always the risk of accidentally going to see the wrong film. It's not helped by the fact that there's no way of telling until it’s too late, because there are no bloody opening credits on lots of modern films. And by the time you do realise, you’ve eaten all your popcorn and you can’t be bothered to move.

The movies on this list won’t give you that problem. These opening credits are perfect scene setters for the movies that follow, so you won’t have to worry about awkward popcorn wasting moments. It's not a top 50, rather a selection of 50 interesting credits sequences,
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Mother has phobia of using toilets

Mother has phobia of using toilets
A mother-of-one has revealed that she is scared of toilets after developing a strange phobia in her childhood. Ney Decino, 20, is so terrified of going alone for fear she will be swallowed up, and makes family members pull the handle for her. She explained that her phobia developed when she was 4 years old after watching the 1990 film Look Who's Talking Too, starring John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. The film features a scene about potty training where a blue, furry character with sharp teeth called 'The Toilet Man' shouts when it wants a child's urine. The carer from Church Village, Mid Glamorgan recalled: "When I was about 11, I wet myself on my way home because I wouldn't use the loo at school." Decino's phobia means she has to work close to home, so she can use her own toilet when she needs to go - the only one she feels safe using.
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'Dumb And Dumber To' Confirmed: Other Creative '2's

'Dumb And Dumber To' Confirmed: Other Creative '2's
Like you had any doubt that the Farrelly brothers could come up with something cleverer than "Dumb and Dumberer"?

"Dumb and Dumber To" is not just a working title -- it's the official one. The officially endorsed sequel to "Dumb and Dumber" already has its original directors and cast on board, and now is close to having a script as well. The Farrellys seem really excited about the project, and we're really excited that "Dumb and Dumber To" is actually what this flick is going to be called.

"You also might be interested to know that we are almost done with the Dumb and Dumber To (sic) script," Peter and Bobby Farrelly tweeted from their joint Twitter account. "I think you're going to like it."

These two aren't the only directors to come up with clever ways to get around the boring "2." After the jump we've listed off some of
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Upcoming Netflix Streaming Titles Include Immortals, Memento And 12 Monkeys

I won't pretend to be excited that The Faculty has become available on Netflix Watch Instantly, but only because doing so might imply that I didn't already own the 1998 alien-invasion film on DVD, which might not be entirely true. ("Crash and burn, Casey.") The Elijah Wood starring body snatchers teen sci-fi-horror is just one of a few movies that's been added to Netflix's Watch Instantly. Check out the list ahead to see what's newly available or coming soon to the subscription-based streaming video service. Those looking to take a break from using their Netflix subscription to marathon through a TV series might want to keep an eye out for what's arrived and what's coming among the movie selection at Netflix Streaming. Apocalypse Now Redux, Look Who's Talking Too, The Cable Guy, The Cider House Rules and Life is Beautiful are all available as of today. Meanwhile, Immortals, 12 Monkeys and Donnie
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This Weekend in Box Office History, Dec. 17-19

Here's a look back at the third weekend of December through the years: 5 Years Ago - 2005 King Kong swung into theaters with $50.1 million over the weekend (for a $66.2 million five-day launch), which was big but not commensurate with the hype, especially in light of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe's larger opening the weekend before. In second, Narnia retreated 51 percent to $31.8 million, whle The Family Stone debuted to a solid $12.5 million in third. * Weekend Report: 'King Kong' Mighty But No Monster 10 Years Ago - 2000 What Women Want knew what audiences wanted, raking in $33.6 million. That was the highest-grossing December opening yet, topping Scream 2, and was the second highest-grossing ever for a romantic comedy, behind Runaway Bride. Dude, Where's My Car? started in second with a sweet $13.85 million, while How the Grinch Stole Christmas was right behind with $13.8 million in its fifth weekend.
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How Many 'Great' Comedy Sequels Can You Name? One? Two? More?

Today Universal released Get Him to the Greek, a sort-of sequel to 2008's Forgetting Sarah Marshall as it uses Aldous Snow who had a small role in the original. Beyond that, there is only a brief reference to Sarah Marshall, which has me thinking it's not really a sequel as much as it is a spin-off. The same could be said for a movie like Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)... Same characters, but not really a sequel to Clerks, which ended up having its own sequel in 2006.

In a debate with a group of fellow Seattle critics trying to decide if Get Him to the Greek was a sequel to Forgetting Sarah Marshall or not, the topic turned to comedy sequels in general and I was asked to name a great comedy sequel. Should be easy... right?

I started mining my memory banks, and started thinking of movies with
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News: Liverpool Group Event

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This Saturday, September 5th is Look Who's Talking Too - Stripped Down which features guests associated with the world of Doctor Who comic strips. This latest event follows the previous years meeting when Paul Magrs, Steve Lyons and Mark Morris all dropped in to the Liverpool group's regular meeting place The Jacaranda. Leah Moore and John Reppion and Dwm favourite Adrian Salmon are all expected to be in attendance... Leah Moore and John Reppion are the husband and wife team who wrote the...
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Expectant Dad Pete Wentz Is Reading Up on Fatherhood

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Having already admitted that he's turning into his own father in anticipation of the arrival of his and wife Ashlee Simpson's baby, Pete Wentz tells People that when it comes to prepping to become a parent, "I'm reading a lot of books." The Fall Out Boy bassist, 28, at his Angels & King nightspot in Chicago with Ashlee nearby, explains, "The biggest one is The Expectant Father. It's a really good one." Not that the printed page is teaching him all he needs to know. Jokingly, he adds, "Also, I've watched Look Who's Talking and Look Who's Talking Too. I'd be
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