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New Documentary “Gilbert” is Yes, About Gilbert Gottfried

When you hear his voice or see him coming the first thing a lot of people would think is “Oh man, here comes Gilbert Gottfried”. It could denote excitement or it could mean that a person wants to get out of there before the guy can open his mouth, because in all honesty when Gilbert speaks he’s loud, obnoxious, and extremely coarse in what he says. But the documentary that’s set to come out about him soon is going to show another side of him that a lot of people might not believe is possible. Think back to Problem Child

New Documentary “Gilbert” is Yes, About Gilbert Gottfried
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‘Little Evil’ Trailer: Adam Scott’s Stepson Is The Antichrist

Back in 1990, John Ritter had to deal with his “Problem Child,” but we’d argue his character probably wouldn’t trade places with Adam Scott. The “Party Down” and “Parks & Recreation” star will have his own hellraiser to face in the upcoming “Little Evil.”

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From writer/director Eli Craig (“Tucker and Dale vs Evil“), the film co-stars Evangeline Lilly, Tyler Labine, Donald Faison, and Owen Atlas, and follows an earnest man and his uneasy relationship with his stepson, who just happens to be the antichrist.

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Willie Nelson, 84, Scoffs at Retirement Questions: 'What Do you Want Me to Quit? I Just Play Music and a Little Golf'

Willie Nelson, 84, Scoffs at Retirement Questions: 'What Do you Want Me to Quit? I Just Play Music and a Little Golf'
Willie Nelson is 84 and he’s not thinking about retiring from music –probably ever.

When asked in an interview on CBS Sunday Morning whether he’s consider hanging up his guitar, the country legend-turned-pot activist scoffed.

“What do you want me to quit? I just play music and a little golf and I don’t wanna give up either one of those!”

He also doesn’t plan on giving up pot, either.

“For myself, it’s good for me,” he said. “It keeps me from going off and doing crazy things. I can relax and play some music and sit
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David Bowers interview: Wimpy Kid, James Bond, family movies

Simon Brew May 25, 2017

The director of the new Wimpy Kid - and the last three - on the movie, and why he doesn't like deleted scenes...

Returning for the fourth Diary Of A Wimpy Kid film – and his third as director – is British-born director David Bowers. Having started with animation – directing Flushed Away and Astro Boy, amongst his extensive credits – Bowers has since been primarily working on bringing Jeff Kinney’s characters to the screen.

Ahead of the release in UK cinemas this Friday of Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul, he spared us some time for a chat about the movie.

We started by my asking if he’d been to see the film himself since it was finished…

I went on Saturday to watch it. My mother in law wanted to see it. The guy in front of us, who’d grudgingly taken his seven-year old daughter,
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Saturday Night Live Star Stand Up Routines

Saturday Night Live Star Stand Up Routines
Before tuning in Saturday Night Live alum Tracy Morgan‘s new Netflix special, see what kind of laughs current cast members can bring without the fancy costars and sets.

(Warning: some Nsfw language)

Aidy Bryant

A brave Bryant shared the angsty journal she kept as a 12-year-old while performing at the Just For Laughs Festival.

Kate McKinnon

See what McKinnon had to say about Food Network host Ina Garten and Olympic figure skating commentary in 2013.

Pete Davidson

Davidson explained his unique Biggie Smalls theory and the very pragmatic reason he loves “Gangsta’s Paradise” during his Goddamn Comedy Jam appearance.
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Nashville Fans Will Love This New Movie Starring a Huge Country Legend

If you prefer entertainment with a heavy dose of country - I'm talking to you, Nashville fans - you're going to be all about this new movie. Pure Country: Pure Heart, the third installment in the Pure Country series, is the story of teen sisters who head to Nashville to learn more about their late father, a Marine who died in Iraq. When they uncover his secret past life as a musician, they are inspired to follow their own dreams of becoming singer/songwriters. It's got everything: a great country soundtrack, a Nashville setting (naturally), and Willie Nelson! Yep, the country legend has still got it. Not only is he one of the stars of this movie, his new album God's Problem Child comes out April 28, a day before his 84th birthday. In addition to Nelson, the film stars Legally Blonde Broadway star Laura Bell Bundy, along with Kaitlyn Bausch
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The Writer Of ‘The Legend of Tarzan’ Will Pen ‘Suicide Squad 2’

In Warner Bros. and DC Films‘ continued bid to drive fan expectations so low that anything that isn’t a total abomination can be deemed a success, the writer for “Suicide Squad 2” has been found. And it’s someone whose touch with franchises hasn’t been so hot.

Read More: How Warner Bros. Turned The DC Movie Universe Into A Franchise Problem Child

Adam Cozad, the pen behind last summer’s middlingly received “The Legend Of Tarzan” and reboot failure “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,” has been tapped for the “Suicide Squad” sequel.

Continue reading The Writer Of ‘The Legend of Tarzan’ Will Pen ‘Suicide Squad 2’ at The Playlist.
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‘The Batman’ Script By Ben Affleck & Geoff Johns Has Been Given A Rewrite

The saga of “The Batman” seems to have a new twist with each passing day. First, Ben Affleck vacated the director’s chair, and by time we woke up the next morning, a list of possible replacements had started coming together. And now, another detail has emerged about the developing movie.

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In a report from Deadline earlier this week, it’s revealed that Chris Terrio did a rewrite of the script by Affleck and DC Films honcho Geoff Johns.

Continue reading ‘The Batman’ Script By Ben Affleck & Geoff Johns Has Been Given A Rewrite at The Playlist.
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Ryan Reynolds Reportedly On Star-Studded Shortlist For ‘Green Lantern Corps’

With President Trump now in the White House and trying to figure out how to open the drawers of the desk in the Oval Office with his tiny hands, even he can’t stop Hollywood from making superhero movies. Nor can he stop Warner Bros. from dreaming big about their brewing “Green Lantern Corps” movie.

Read More: How Warner Bros. Turned The DC Movie Universe Into A Franchise Problem Child

The Wrap reports that on the star-studded shortlist for Hal Jordan is Tom Cruise, Joel McHale, Bradley Cooper, Armie Hammer, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Ryan Reynolds.

Continue reading Ryan Reynolds Reportedly On Star-Studded Shortlist For ‘Green Lantern Corps’ at The Playlist.
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Pitch's Kylie Bunbury: Ginny's New Man Will 'Cause Some Conflict' in Finale

Pitch's Kylie Bunbury: Ginny's New Man Will 'Cause Some Conflict' in Finale
Chances are, if you’re a Pitch fan who saw the Fox series’ most recent promo, one scene in particular hit you like a screwball to the chest: “Ginny and Mike coming close to a smooch,” series star Kylie Bunbury says, laughing.

RelatedPitch‘s Mark-Paul Gosselaar Assures Fans the Baseball Drama Will ‘Absolutely’ Return

And in advance of the final two episodes of the baseball drama’s rookie season, we figured we’d check in with Bunbury about how Ginny will deal with that near-kiss, as well as her shady brother’s increasing drama, the possibility that Mike will
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Empire Recap: That's the Way Our Cookie Crumbled

Empire Recap: That's the Way Our Cookie Crumbled
This ain’t no disco. This ain’t no Cosby Show, either. This is Emmmm-pire.

RelatedFox’s Star to Rise in December Behind Empire Fall Finale

Oh yes, Phylicia Rashad (the artist formerly known as Clair Huxtable) casts an imposing shadow across Cookie Lyon’s living room this week — bringing enough shade to make Al Roker wonder about the sudden and unexpected appearance of a solar eclipse.

But despite all the not-so-subtle hints of acidity brought by Rashad’s formidable Diana Dubois, there’s no escaping the scent of raw onions being chopped in the kitchen at the end of
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Scream Queens Recap: Talk to the Hand

Scream Queens Recap: Talk to the Hand
Dr. Cascade took his Romeo and Juliet-style romance with Chanel No. 3 to the next level on Tuesday’s Scream Queens — but only after she proved he’s not a zombie. (You know, just like in Shakespeare’s beloved classic!)

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Via a series of urine tests and Cosmo quizzes, the First Lady of Earmuffs deduced that her new boyfriend isn’t quite as dead as he’s been leading her to believe. Inspired by this apparent revelation, No. 3 threatened to expose Dr. Cascade as the Green Meanie,
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Ratings: Supergirl Soars to CW Highs, Lucifer Eyes Biggest Season 2 Audience

Ratings: Supergirl Soars to CW Highs, Lucifer Eyes Biggest Season 2 Audience
Supergirl on Monday night (technically!) kicked off the #DCWeek “Heroes v Aliens” crossover event with 3.5 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating, rising 33 and 20 percent week-to-week to hit and match its best numbers on The CW to date.

RelatedSupergirl Recap: Earth-1 to Kara! (Plus, Let’s Talk About All That Kissing)

Jane the Virgin in turn marked its own season highs, up 20 and 25 percent to 1.2 mil and a 0.5. All told, The CW enjoyed its most-watched Monday night since Jan. 18, 2010 (when One Tree Hill/Life Unexpected averaged 2.5 mil), and its highest-rated one in five years.

RelatedJane the Virgin Fall Finale
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The Vampire Chronicles: Anne Rice Eyes a TV Adaptation of 'Highest Quality'

The vampire craze is far from over: Author Anne Rice is prepping a small-screen adaptation of her genre-defining book series The Vampire Chronicles.

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In a statement posted to Facebook, Rice reveals that she has reclaimed the theatrical rights and is currently developing a TV pilot script and series outline with son Christopher Rice, which is said to be a “faithful rendering” of the book series. The first novel, 1976’s Interview With the Vampire, was the basis for a 1994 film starring Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise. Book No. 3, Queen of the Damned,
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‘Karate Tortoise’ Wants to Bring ’90s Goofiness Back to TV

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‘Karate Tortoise’ Wants to Bring ’90s Goofiness Back to TV
Here’s your daily dose of an indie film, web series, TV pilot, what-have-you in progress — at the end of the week, you’ll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

In the meantime: Is this a project you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

Karate Tortoise

Logline: A silly series about an unimpressive tortoise and his Damsel friend who battle a medley of unlikely superheroes for pizza. This live action cartoon will be created through prosthetics, puppetry, stop motion animation, and miniature models.

Elevator Pitch:

Ever watch Disney’s “Aladdin?” “SNL?” “Problem Child?” What do they have in common? Comedic legend Gilbert Gottfried – and he’s signed on to play a villain in our series, the “Karate Tortoise.” Let’s just say there will be glitter and tap shoes. Spinoffs of your favorite ’90s characters – Ninja Turtles, Mario, Spiderman! It’s Old Greg from “The Mighty Boosh
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Leslie Jones: A Timeline of Her Rise to Celebrity

Leslie Jones: A Timeline of Her Rise to Celebrity
The hacking of “Ghostbusters” star Leslie Jones was a cruel low point in a career that has lately been all about successes. But Jones wasn’t an overnight success. Here’s a look at her career. Funniest Person at Colorado State At 19-years-old, a friend entered Leslie Jones into a “Funniest Person on Campus” contest–and she won. According to People, Jones left school to pursue comedy after winning the contest. Stand-Up Career In 1987, Jones had her first professional gig. She opened up for Jamie Foxx–and bombed. “Problem Child” In 2010, Jones releases her first ever stand-up comedy DVD. The hour-long show,
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Hook's Lost Boys Reunite to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Film and to Remember Robin Williams

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Hook's Lost Boys Reunite to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Film and to Remember Robin Williams
It's been almost 25 years since Dustin Hoffman and Robin Williams stepped into the shoes of an aging Captain Hook and Peter Pan in Steven Spielberg's beloved film Hook. And now, ahead of the its quarter anniversary on Dec. 11, the movie's Lost Boys have reunited to revisit their Neverland characters in a nostalgic photo shoot. Dante Basco (Rufio), Bo Gheorghe (Noseminer), Raushan Hammond (Thud Butt), James Madio (Don't Ask), Isaiah Robinson (Pockets), Ahmad Stoner (No Nap), Thomas Tulak (Too Small), and Brett and Bryan Willis (Sooner & Later) gathered together again - dressing in costumes inspired by their iconic Hook looks.
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Hook's Lost Boys Reunite to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Film and to Remember Robin Williams

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Hook's Lost Boys Reunite to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Film and to Remember Robin Williams
It's been almost 25 years since Dustin Hoffman and Robin Williams stepped into the shoes of an aging Captain Hook and Peter Pan in Steven Spielberg's beloved film Hook. And now, ahead of the its quarter anniversary on Dec. 11, the movie's Lost Boys have reunited to revisit their Neverland characters in a nostalgic photo shoot. Dante Basco (Rufio), Bo Gheorghe (Noseminer), Raushan Hammond (Thud Butt), James Madio (Don't Ask), Isaiah Robinson (Pockets), Ahmad Stoner (No Nap), Thomas Tulak (Too Small), and Brett and Bryan Willis (Sooner & Later) gathered together again - dressing in costumes inspired by their iconic Hook looks.
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How Warner Bros. Turned The DC Movie Universe Into A Franchise Problem Child

In case you hadn’t noticed, David Ayer’s supervillain team-up movie “Suicide Squad” just opened, and it took in a huge amount of money. Breaking the record for the biggest August opening ever, and standing as the twentieth biggest opening weekend of 2016 with $133 million, it’s the kind of start that other studios dream of, […]

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