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Warning: Normal "South Park" levels of inappropriateness in both clips.
The final installment in "South Park's" "Game of Thrones" parody trilogy airs Dec. 4 on Comedy Central. In two epics teasers from the upcoming episode, titled "Titties and Dragons," fans can get a sense of where the "Black Friday Trilogy" is heading.
Below, a different promo shows the Black Friday war finally coming to a head as the doors to the mall finally open.
"The synopsis for 'Titties and Dragons' reads, The doors to the mall will finally open this week and only one gaming device will be the winner on an all-new episode of 'South Park' titled 'Titties and Dragons,' premiering Wednesday, December 4 at 10:00 p.m. Et/Pt on Comedy Central. »
Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week
"Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me"
What's It About? The Memphis band Big Star has legions of diehard fans and critical acclaim aplenty, and its influence can be felt across the history of rock 'n' roll. But why did mainstream success elude them? Why did Big Star flame out after only three albums? This doc tries to put the pieces together.
Why We're In: Even fans don't know the whole story about this cult band and its members, so this doc will help them fill in some of the blanks. Chris Bell died in 1978 as an unknown, and the late Alex Chilton was also not a huge fan of talking to the media. "Nothing Can Hurt Me" puts the band into context of the Memphis scene, and it has tons of interviews with everyone left who was involved with the band, rock critics, and »
- Jenni Miller
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Can’t stop staring at the odd hair that’s suddenly popped up on the face of your male coworker or Instagram crush? No, it’s not the onset of late puberty, but rather a sign they’re participating in Movember, the men’s health event that’s been bringing mustaches to the forefront since 2003.
Less popular than its brother the beard, and certainly more difficult to pull off, the mustache is what helps Nick Offerman look so manly and gives Hulk Hogan the ability to wear neon tights. And as facial hair enthusiasts here at VH1, we want to celebrate the brave men of Hollywood who make mustaches a priority year-round. Because why grow a patchy piece of fuzz for four weeks when you can spend your entire life exhibiting your manhood on your upper lip?
To honor Movember, and the strong souls who say “No” to razors, »
- Emily Exton
Eat Rip your heart out, Lost, because Once Upon a Time creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have a new island to play with called Neverland and a new group of survivors to gift with some hefty daddy issues and crazy plot twists. And we saw the result of their tomfoolery in Sunday night’s episode, because, as it turns out, Peter Pan is Rumplestiltskin’s father, and thus, Twue Believuh Henry’s great-grandfather.
Which means… practically everyone is related to Henry now. The Evil Queen is his adoptive mother. Rumplestiltskin is his grandfather (and so is Prince Charming, for »
- Shirley Li
Recently my son received a gift from his grandmother, a giant talking Elmo doll. This toy is popular because it gives hugs and says a whole ton of phrases and sings a few songs and snores when it’s bedtime. When it moves there is a robotic motion and sound that keeps it from seeming too real, but it’s often still very creepy in how lifelike the thing seems. Especially when you forget to turn it off and it speaks to you out of the blue when you’re otherwise alone in the house. For all I know, it has said things not in its program of recorded speeches. For all I know, it’s watching me right now. At least I remember putting the batteries in. I think… Since the toy came into our house, I’ve been wanting to revisit Child’s Play. Because why wouldn’t I want to exacerbate the feeling that »
- Christopher Campbell
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Kanye West is arguably the greatest pop star of the 21st Century.
Yes, I’m deadly serious. That same petulant child who snatched an award from Taylor Swift has defined the last decade or so of music more than anyone else in his genre. He’s not only churned out hit after hit, he’s evolved as an artist, speeding away from all contemporaries as they play catch up. The face of pop music has changed because of him, and he’s the kind of popstar that’s disliked by the corporate side of the industry: he’s more of a rockstar than most indie frontmen, and he’s never far away from controversy or madness. But he gives us what we need, not what we want.
This year’s ‘Yeezus’ is confirmation of West’s rockstar status; once just a middle-class Jay-z producer, he’s now a ferocious, »
- Mark White
Is Samcro about to lose another member?
That's the main question on the minds of Sons of Anarchy fans following "Poenitentia," an episode that saw Lee Toric go ballistic; Tara drop a bombshell on Jax; and Tig be left in the hands of Damon Pope's crew.
Where could things possibly go from here? How happy are we with where things have been? Amanda Asseng from Sons-of-Anarchy.net joins TV Fanatic staffers Matt Richenthal and Christine Orlando to answer those questions in the following edition of the Sounds of Anarchy Round Table…
What was your favorite scene from the episode?
Matt: Jax confronting Toric through the interrogation window. I loved his calm demeanor. He stated his stance, he made reasonable points and he also made it clear: you do Not wanna mess with my family.
Christine: I know it sounds sick, but my favorite was Toric killing the hooker. The »
- email@example.com (TV Fanatic Staff)
Review Rachael Kates 23 Sep 2013 - 07:08
Haven lets down viewers with its portrayal of mental illness in this week's episode. Here's Rachael's review of Survivors...
This review contains spoilers.
Haven is still a disaster. Jennifer Mason gets to meet the Teagues and, wonder of wonders, learn a little bit about the back story of Duke and Nathan. Eee! Duke and Nathan - my boys, they are taking care of each other. Well, no, Duke is taking care of Nathan who is about as self-reliant as a goldfish. Honestly sweetie, you are just big ole bucket of fail right now, you poor sad panda. The only person on TV at the moment who seem to be as mournful as Nathan is maybe Derek Hale over on Teen Wolf but at least Nathan doesn’t feel it when things happen like getting lit on fire from the inside. Yeah. Thats our trouble for this week. »
Check out this video of Peter Dinklage ("Game of Thrones") singing with the Muppets on Sesame Street. Because why not! In the charming song, Dinklage and his felted, furry friends try to get to the bottom of why everyone must do what Simon Says. Dinklage has an apt quote for the situation: "It's one of the great mysteries, but it's been this way all my life." »
- Beth Hanna
Lady Gaga better enjoy whatever applause she can get, because Katy Perry won at the Billboard charts this week. Katy pushed 525,000 copies of her single, "Roar," while Gaga shilled half that for "Applause." But charts shmarts! The more pop stars the merrier, right? That said, could Perry's victory have anything to do with her emoji-tastic lyric video for the song? People looooooove Emoji. No. But we decided to give "Applause" the emoji treatment anyway! Because why not! (Consider it a consolation prize, Gaga!) Press play... ...and enjoy! »
Because why not?
Multi-hyphenate James Franco played an exaggerated version of himself in this summer's apocalyptic comedy "This is The End," but we'll be getting a true peek behind the curtain via his upcoming TV show "James Franco Presents." Or at least a peek at what he'd like us to see.
According to Variety, the reality series will focus on Franco's many interests beyond acting, like teaching and directing -- perhaps even his "process" as an artist on works like those seen (and lampooned) in "This is The End." And let's not forget the art installation he did at Sundance several years ago, where festival-goers could sit in a re-creation of the living room from "Three's Company" and listen to his voice performing the various roles from the '70s show. Suffice it to say, anything goes in Franco's world.
- Jenni Miller
If you thought Area 407 was a "one and done" sorta film, you're wrong. The 2012 IFC Films release has spawned a sequel - Area 407: Part II - and this one combines found footage, dinosaurs and zombies. Because why the hell not, right?
The original found the survivors of a plane crash trying fending off deadly predators in a government testing area.
The sequel continues the story with said survivors "fighting for their lives in even more terrifying circumstances as more of the horrifying government conspiracy unfolds."
Zombies Strippers director Jay Lee sits at the helm of this entry. Trailer within!
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For years Hollerado singer Menno Versteeg has had a fantastic story to tell about family, war, forgiveness and incredible humanity in the face of impossible adversity.
On the Toronto band's second full-length release "White Paint," he finally told it, while also adding a personal epilogue just as unlikely as the relationship his grandfather once had with his wartime enemy.
In our premiere of the longform video for "So It Goes" embedded below, the singer relates the tale of his grandfather Karel Versteeg, an active member of the Dutch resistance during WWII who survived thanks to an act of surprising clemency offered by a Nazi SS officer.
Interview continues after the video
After his capture in Leiden in 1942, Karel Versteeg was imprisoned in the "Oranjehotel" in Scheveningen, where many Dutch resistance fighters were imprisoned — and where some were executed. It was also where other prisoners —mostly Jews — were held before being sent to away concentration camps. »
- HuffPost Canada Music
• The Force is strong with this wedding photo. [NeatoRama]
• Find out how Loki, er, Tom Hiddleston snuck into Comic-Con without being noticed. [Hypable]
• Superhero movies that stayed true to their roots ... and those that didn't. [Moviefone]
• You've never seen such a display of neurotic hilarity! All 50 (50!) Woody Allen films ranked from worst to best. [Film.com]
• Have you seen all the fashion that was on display at Comic-Con? And we don't means fans in costumes. [The Frisky]
• Watch Hayley Atwell do S.H.I.E.L.D. proud in this clip from "Marvel One Shot: Agent Carter." [Splash Page]
• Get cultural, will ya? 50 foreign films you need to see before you croak. [Complex]
• And now, 9 photos of Comic-Con cosplayers eating food. Because why not is because why. [Mental Floss]
• Oh, Jake Lloyd, we hardly knew ye. Actors whose careers were killed with just one movie. »
- NextMovie Staff
If you’ve had a bad day, or a bad week, or simply made a few too many bad decisions lately, follow this simple advice: keep moving forward. No, seriously, say it to yourself: keep moving forward! You feel a bit better now, don’t you? You especially will if you’re a fan of Disney’s 2007 animated film Meet the Robinsons, as those three little words are the film’s mantra. And that film is this week’s topic on Mousterpiece Cinema, as Josh and Gabe are joined by Scott Mendelson of Forbes.com to discuss B-movies in Disney’s animated canon, time travel, emotion, and, at the very end, Despicable Me 2. (Because why not?) Check it out!
The post Mousterpiece Cinema, Episode 99: ‘Meet the Robinsons’ appeared first on Sound On Sight. »
- Josh Spiegel
Sofia Vergara is ridiculously hot, that we know. But even before making huge bucks on TV's highly successful "Modern Family," Vergara was a television personality in Latin America -- and her amazing bikini body was the breakout star of her show.
From 1995 to 1998, then 20-something Vergara starred in Univision's "Fuera de Serie," a travel series that sent her to various exotic locales that all had one thing in common: They required the bombshell to strip down to a teeny bikini.
In the video above, for example, Vergara is wearing a thong bikini and gets a massage that includes covering her entire body in mud.
You're welcome. »
- Liat Kornowski
The actor recently set the record straight for Entertainment Weekly again after he, Christopher Nolan and screenwriter David Goyer all have repeatedly said the "Justice League" Batman will be a rebooted character. Because why stick to the character that's made billions in the box office when you can recreate a franchise, right?
For what it's worth, neither Bale nor Nolan seem to have any interest in returning to Batman's story after completing it in 2012's' "The Dark Knight Rises." "We were incredibly fortunate to get to make three [Batman films]. That's enough. Let's not get greedy," he tells EW. "Chris [Nolan] always said he wanted to make it one film at a time. And we ended up sitting there looking at each other, saying 'We're about to make the third. »
Due to being a bona fide Hollywood A-lister for a couple of decades now, Brad Pitt has had his private life ceaselessly dissected in the public eye for almost as long, so it's easy to understand why he so rarely agrees to be interviewed. But today, ladies and gents, only on NextMovie ... we have Brad Pitt.
Well, not Brad Pitt himself, per se. We have his hair. Specifically, his spectacular hair from "World War Z."
In a first-time, one-on-one, extremely candid interview, Pitt's hair discusses the crushing weight of expectations, "Half Shell," and hot chicks sunbathing on a lakeside moonwalk.
Wow, salmon on a whole wheat bagel. Admirably healthy.
Yeah, bro. Gotta look good. Gotta shine.
Do you always get that at breakfast?
[laughs] When the mood strikes.
Sure. So "World War Z. »
- Nick Blake
Well, she’s not actually The Queen of the Tearling. Instead, she’ll be playing the movie’s 19-year old female lead who, I’m guessing, goes up against the Queen of the Tearling. (Then again, I could be entirely off based. It happens.) “Queen of the Tearling” will be based on an upcoming Young Adult book that is expected to be the first of a trilogy. Of course. Because why try to write One great book when you can get your agent to sell it as a trilogy before you’ve even published the first book? “The Queen of the Tearling” is being described as a “female ‘Game of Thrones’” (so does that mean it just keeps going and going with more and more pointless tangents added willy nilly without any end in sight?), and will star Watson as a spunky teenage heroine caught up in a world “set »
Because Why wouldn’t you get an official porn parody for a big-time comic book movie? Of course you’re going to get one. And the fact that it comes from Axel Braun, who cranks out (ahem) one of these every other week is also no surprise. So with that said, check out the trailer for Braun’s “Man of Steel XXX: An Axel Braun Parody”, which features, among other things, a cameo from Batman. According to Braun via Facebook, his Man of Steel has a couple of things the Zack Snyder movie doesn’t: “Black costume? Check. Über-hot female villains such as Livewire and Silver Banshee? Check. American-born Man of Steel who doesn’t pout like Henry Cavill and actually gives his moniker a legitimate meaning? Check, check, check!” Say goodbye to the dorky, fumbling Clark Kent of the ’70s…Ryan Driller reprises the role that launched his career, »
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