9 items from 2016
Drake hasn’t abandoned his acting roots, which are on full display in his new short film “Please Forgive Me.” The rapper dropped the 20-plus-minute action movie overnight exclusively on Apple Music. “Please Forgive Me” originally had a release date of Sept. 30 — apparently, Drake couldn’t wait. The film co-stars Popcaan, Fanny Neguesha, Sonni Chidiebere (“Blood Diamond”) and Kyla Reid. Directed by Anthony Mandler and shot on location over just one week in Johannesburg and Namibia, “Please Forgive Me” is drawing comparisons to “Indecent Proposal” — plot-wise, at least. Also Read: Kid Cudi Bashes Drake and Kanye: They 'Be Having 30 People Write Songs. »
- Tony Maglio
Roulette has been at the core of casino imagery for ages – be it the standard casino billboards and TV ads or the classic Hollywood scenes that brought an atmosphere of both chance and misery at the Roulette table, where anything seemed possible.
For most of us, the closest we can get to having the same life-changing experience is if we put on a suit or dress and download some free roulette apps. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the magic of casino scenes that have inspired so many to dream big about the opportunities but also develop sound fears about the dangers lurking at the other side of the coin.
So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best examples of Roulette scenes on the big screen:
#1 Run Lola Run
This quirky European film doesn’t have much to do with casinos or gambling at all, »
- The Hollywood News
Warning: The following post attempts to apply real-world logic to Pretty Little Liars.
As promised, last week’s episode delivered an “unexpected proposal,” with Ezra Fitz getting down on one knee and asking Aria Montgomery to spend the rest of her life with him. But because Pll is pulling its darkest move yet — making us wait until Aug. 2 for Aria’s answer — we figured we’d spend the off-week weighing the pros and cons of any potential decision.
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Now, don’t get me wrong, I’ve believed in »
Mermaids are coming to Freeform — and not the kind that pal around with singing crabs.
RelatedAshley Tisdale Reveals What You Won’t See in the Young & Hungry Spinoff
The network on Monday officially announced a pick-up for The Deep, a drama pilot about the impending battle between mer-folk and surface dwellers. Production begins in Vancouver this September.
Set in the coastal town of Bristol Cove — known for once allegedly being home to mermaids — The Deep ignites a “battle between man and sea” as the “predatory beings return to reclaim their right to the ocean.”
“The Deep is a very »
Directed by Mora Stephens.
A successful family man with a blossoming political career loses all sense of morality when he becomes addicted to using an escort agency.
Thankfully changed from its original title of Zipper, Reckless is the type of film you’ve seen dozens of times before with titles such as Shame, Indecent Proposal or even Fatal Attraction (although that one goes off in another direction but the core story shares many themes) and that will be the one thing that will stop this film being bigger than it probably should be because, despite it holding very few surprises, it is actually a fairly well put together drama with a central story that most viewing audiences could relate to, albeit one with a few flaws.
- Amie Cranswick
Ashley Tisdale is pulling a reverse Blindspot.
As Freeform prepares to test the waters for a Logan-centric Young & Hungry spinoff — Wednesday’s episode (8/7c), titled “Young & Sofia,” serves as a backdoor pilot — Tisdale’s character is undergoing a pretty major change of her own.
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“In the past, Logan had full arm tattoos,” Tisdale reminds TVLine. “When she was just a character doing guest appearances on Young & Hungry, it was so easy to do something like that. But thinking bigger picture, if [the spinoff] were to take off, »
March 2016 is a sad month for some Netflix subscribers.
Say goodbye to '90s films "American Pie" (1999), "Hackers" (1995), Mel Gibson's "Hamlet" (1990), "Indecent Proposal" (1993) and "Jumanji" (1995) in March. Also disappearing: Will Smith movies "Hitch" (2005) and "Men in Black II" (2002), as well as oodles of TEDTalks that are all expiring next month.
Here's the complete list of what's leaving Netflix streaming in March.
Leaving March 1, 2016
"American Pie" (1999)
"American Wedding" (2003)
"Atlantis: The Lost Empire" (2001)
"The Babysitters" (2007)
"The Chosen One" (2010)
"Down and Out in Beverly Hills" (1986)
"Gone in 60 Seconds" (2000)
"Hannie Caulder" (1971)
"Hart's War" (2002)
"Indecent Proposal" (1993)
"Johnny Dangerously" (1984)
"Masters of the Universe" (1987)
"Men in Black II" (2002)
"The Monster Squad" (1987)
"Not Another Teen Movie" (2001)
"The United States of Leland" (2003)
Leaving March 2, 2016
"Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams" (2013)
Leaving March 3, 2016
"Night Catches Us" (2010)
Leaving March 4, 2016
- Sharon Knolle
It's time to bulk up your Netflix queue, people, because the streaming giant is putting quite a few movies and TV shows on the chopping block throughout March. From hilarious titles like American Pie to tearjerkers like Hardball, check out which of your favorites are disappearing soon, and then see everything that's definitely here to stay, plus the new movies and shows coming in March! Expiring March 1 Switchmas Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman American Pie American Wedding Atlantis: The Lost Empire Down and Out in Beverly Hills Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights Gone in 60 Seconds Hackers Hamlet Hannie Caulder Hardball Hart's War Hitch Indecent Proposal Johnny Dangerously Jumanji Masters of the Universe Men in Black II Not Another Teen Movie Paycheck The Babysitters The Chosen One The Monster Squad The United States of Leland Wings Expiring March 2 Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams Expiring March 3 Night Catches Us »
- Quinn Keaney
By the late 1980s, there were few directors with as much commercial cachet as Adrian Lyne, who began as a well-regarded director of jeans and candy commercials before going on to direct two of the decade's biggest hits: 1983's Flashdance and 1987's Fatal Attraction (the film that came between, the notorious erotic drama 9 1/2 Weeks, didn't fare so well at the box office but became a bona fide hit on home video and in international markets). Though Lyne's career had its ups and downs, he somehow managed to bounce back from every disappointment with a success: after 9 1/2 Weeks floundered, he scored one of the decade's biggest blockbusters with Fatal Attraction the following year. When Jacob's Ladder (1990) failed to catch fire, Indecent Proposal (1993) did just that with over $100 million at the box office. After the $65 million Lolita (1997) was "relegated" to Showtime after no major distributor would touch it, he made a solid »
- Chris Eggertsen
9 items from 2016
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