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Katy Perry Channels Marie Antoinette in "Hey Hey Hey" Video

Katy Perry Channels Marie Antoinette in
Christmas came early for Katy Perry fans! On Wednesday, the 33-year-old pop star released a new music video, "Hey Hey Hey," a track featured on her Witness album. The clip shows her dressed like Marie Antoinette, complete with a gravity-defying wig, dress with a corset and hoop skirt and beauty mark, as well as feminist icon and warrior Joan of Arc, with a colorful, eyeball-themed outfit. In the video, "Marie Antoinette" lives in the modern world; she FaceTimes, she eats packaged snacks and drinks iced coffee. But she is very much a killer queen, and innocent to boot—Her servants polish her Robin Hood: Men in Tights-inspired chastity belt. In another scene, Marie Antoinette...
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Taron Egerton as Robin Hood Revealed in New Origins Movie

Taron Egerton as Robin Hood Revealed in New Origins Movie
Kingsman star Taron Egerton takes aim in the first official photos the new Robin Hood origins movie. The story of Robin Hood has been told for centuries and the new version is going to have to go a long way in making this movie stand out from the countless others that we've seen over the years. According to Robin Hood director Otto Bathurst, part of that fresh take will involve focusing on Robin Hood as a revolutionary, and not just a thief that has been shown many, many times over the last 800 years.

Entertainment Weekly has provided the first look at the set from the upcoming Robin Hood and it looks like, well, Robin Hood. Taron Egerton is Robin Hood, Jaime Foxx is Little John, Jamie Dornan is Will Scarlett, Eve Hewson is Maid Marian, and Ben Mendelsohn is once again playing a villain, but this time as the Sheriff of Nottingham.
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Jacob Tremblay, Christopher Lloyd, Kenan Thompson Join Voice Cast of Lani Pixels Movie

Jacob Tremblay, Christopher Lloyd, Kenan Thompson Join Voice Cast of Lani Pixels Movie
Lani Pixels has signed Jacob Tremblay, Christopher Lloyd, Kenan Thompson, and Mel Brooks as the voice cast in an untitled 3D animated feature directed by Kim Pagel.

Thomas Pagel, who co-founded Lani Pixels with Kim Pagel, is producing with Jason Mirch co-producing. Verité Entertainment’s René Veilleux and Donald Roman Lopez are associate producing.

The movie follows a brother and sister as they attempt to rescue their grandfather from supernatural forces that have invaded his isolated island. Guided by a charming Irish rogue, the siblings end up on a dangerous journey filled with magic and mystery. Production and additional casting are currently underway.

“It is an honor to be working with such a talented and dynamic cast on this project,” said Kim Pagel. “While this has been a passion project for many years, the themes of family unity and courage in the face of adversity are particularly important these days.”

Tremblay is starring
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Own The Nine-Film Mel Brooks Collection For $20

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Today on Amazon, $20 gets you nine popular Mel Brooks films on Blu-ray, including Blazing Saddles, Robin Hood: Men In Tights, and Spaceballs, plus a ton of special features. That’s an all-time low, and the first time it’s been under $30 in months. Needless to say, it would make a great gift for the comedy buff in your…

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‘Star Wars: Battlefront II’ Reveals More About Luke Skywalker’s Journey to the Jedi Temple on Ahch-To

‘Star Wars: Battlefront II’ Reveals More About Luke Skywalker’s Journey to the Jedi Temple on Ahch-To
Ahch-To may have you thinking back to a certain recurring joke in Mel BrooksRobin Hood: Men in Tights, but the oddly-named planet is crucial to Star Wars lore and the plot of the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It’s where Jedi Master Luke Skywalker finds himself in self-exile, and where the aspiring Jedi Rey finds Luke at the end […]

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Mel Brooks On Spaceballs 2: 'MGM Is Slightly Interested'

Ever since Disney brought Star Wars back in 2012, rumors have popped up from time to time about a sequel to Mel Brooks’ classic Spaceballs. During a Q&A following a recent screening of Young Frankenstein, Mel Brooks spoke briefly about the possibility of a new Star Wars parody film:

“MGM is slightly interested in doing it.” Said Brooks, “So we’re talking. Who knows?”

While there is certainly nothing concrete there, Brooks did seem excited about the project and sounded optimistic about the film being made. Brooks also said the studio is looking at the success of the Star Wars movies as a factor in the decision whether or not to move forward. Considering the current state of Star Wars fandom, there probably isn’t a better time to bring back Spaceballs. The world also needs another Mel Brooks parody, the last film made that was written by Brooks was the 2005 remake of The Producers.
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Why I love… Dave Chappelle

I will never not laugh at his bit on chicken and racism

Back when easy streaming was a twinkle in some young executive’s eye, some TV was just… unavailable. If you were desperate to watch that Us TV show, you could try the dodgy VHS guy down the market (ahem). So for a long time, I just heard about Us comedian Dave Chappelle’s legendary show. When I finally got to watch, on a grainy DVD copy, I laughed so hard I cried.

Dave Chappelle, 43, moved to New York as a teen and was soon on stage at the world famous Apollo theatre. By 19, he was cast as Ahchoo in the spoof Robin Hood: Men In Tights. The 90s were good to him (more film and TV work, and his first standup special) but it was the 2000s that cemented his legacy: he co-created Chappelle’s Show in 2003, influencing
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Art Directors Guild Awards 2017: ‘La La Land’ and ‘Hidden Figures’ Lead Winners

Art Directors Guild Awards 2017: ‘La La Land’ and ‘Hidden Figures’ Lead Winners
The 21st Annual Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Awards ceremony was billed as a “Return to Hollywood.” Backdrops from classic films dotted the interior of the Ray Dolby Ballroom lobby. Johnny Crawford and his Orchestra kicked off the evening’s festivities with “Hooray for Hollywood.” Even a handful of the evening’s big winners were films that fit the theme perfectly.

As expected, “La La Land” continued its storybook run through awards season, with David Wasco’s team winning for Contemporary Film. In an upset, Wynn Thomas and the team from “Hidden Figures” took home honors in Period Film, despite “Hail, Caesar!” being the only of the category’s nominees to also pick up a nom for Oscars night. “It’s been a long journey to this moment,” said Thomas, who described being nominated at the very first Art Directors Guild award for “Mars Attacks!” “I’m so
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Mel Brooks to be honoured with BAFTA Fellowship at the British Academy Film Awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced that legendary actor and filmmaker Mel Brooks is set to be honoured with the BAFTA Fellowship at the Ee British Academy Film Awards this Sunday, February 12th.

Brooks, who began his career in the 1940s, is one of only twelve people to have won an Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Tony Award, and his C.V. includes the likes of The Producers, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Silent Movie, Spaceballs and Robin Hood: Men in Tights.

“I am not overwhelmed, but I am definitely whelmed by this singular honor,” said Brooks. “To be included among such iconic talents is absolutely humbling. In choosing me for the 2017 Fellowship I think that BAFTA has made a strangely surprising yet ultimately wise decision.”

Mel Brooks is a truly unique and multi-talented filmmaker,” added Amanda Berry, Chief Executive of BAFTA. “We are absolutely thrilled to award him the Fellowship,
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Robin Hood Will Have Ptsd In ‘John Wick’-Esque ‘Origins’

It seems as if Hollywood learned nothing from last year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice” or really any other reboot that furrowed its brow in seriousness: going gritty isn’t always what audiences want. That being said, for all the iterations of Robin Hood we’ve had on the big screen from the heroic (“Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves“) to the satirical (“Robin Hood: Men In Tights“) to the animated (“Robin Hood“), I suppose we’ve never really seen him suffer with psychological wear and tear (though Ridley Scott took things in a more serious direction with his 2010 movie).

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Cary Elwes to Guest Star on ‘Life in Pieces’ (Exclusive)

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Cary Elwes to Guest Star on ‘Life in Pieces’ (Exclusive)
Cary Elwes has been cast in a guest starring role on “Life in Pieces,” TheWrap has learned exclusively. Elwes will play Professor Sinclair Wilde, Joan’s (Dianne Wiest) pretentious college writing professor who takes quite a liking to her work, much to John’s (James Brolin) dismay. Elwes is an internationally recognized film and television star, perhaps best known for his role as Wesley in Rob Reiner‘s classic film “The Princess Bride.” He also starred in Mel Brooks‘ “Robin Hood: Men in Tights,” “Twister” and in the original “Saw.” Also Read: 'Princess Bride's' Cary Elwes Talks Drinking 'Airplane Fuel'
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‘Tracey Ullman’s Show’ Trailer Sends Up Maggie Smith, Judi Dench and More

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‘Tracey Ullman’s Show’ Trailer Sends Up Maggie Smith, Judi Dench and More
Tracey Ullman is back on television with a hilarious new sketch series “Tracey Ullman’s Show.” The first trailer for the comedy, set to debut next month on HBO, has been released and features the comedian impersonating Maggie Smith, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and Judi Dench keying a car and slashing the tires right in front of the owner.

The six-episode series will show Ullman portraying a wide array of everyday people and famous faces, as well as look at modern life on the British side of the pond. The first season aired earlier this year in the U.K. and has already been renewed for a second season.

Read More: ‘Insecure’: First Episode of Issa Rae’s HBO Comedy is Available To Stream

In 1987 Ullman starred in her own comedy sketches series “The Tracey Ullman Show” on Fox. She then worked with HBO from 1996 to 1999 on her show “Tracey Takes On…
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Weekend Rock Question: What Is the Best Mel Brooks Movie?

Weekend Rock Question: What Is the Best Mel Brooks Movie?
The news of Gene Wilder's death got us thinking about Mel Brooks movies. After all, Wilder starred in many of his best, including The Producers, Young Frankenstein and Blazing Saddles. Had Wilder never become an actor, the Mel Brooks filmography would look very different. "He was such a dear friend," Brooks told Jimmy Fallon. "I expected that he would go, but when it happens, it's still tremendous…I'm still reeling."

Now we have a question for you: What is the greatest Mel Brooks movie? Feel free to vote for
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Beyond He-Man and She-Ra: celebrating the Filmation legacy

Andrew Younger Sep 2, 2016

Tarzan, Space Sentinels, The New Adventures Of Batman, Flash Gordon, Bravestarr and more, as we salute Filmation...

For a child of the 1970s and 80s, nothing readied you for a half hour of quality entertainment quite like the Filmation logo. Immortalised by their phenomenal success with He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe, and its spin off She-Ra: Princess Of Power, Filmation produced some of the most fondly remembered animated series to grace the small screen.

Over a period of 26 years - in tandem with classic Doctor Who funnily enough - the company's writers, artists and producers delivered a staggering amount of programming. While naysayers point to Filmation's penchant for reusing a stockpile of rotoscoped body movements, or the heavy handedness of its moralising and educational content - children on the other hand, thrilled to an irresistible mixture of action, adventure and superhuman heroes.

Now something of a lost art form,
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‘Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)’ as Sung by ’Tron,’ ‘Evil Dead’ and 228 More Movies — Watch

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‘Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)’ as Sung by ’Tron,’ ‘Evil Dead’ and 228 More Movies — Watch
Nostalgia for the ’90s shows no sign of slowing down. YouTube user The Unusual Suspect has put together a music-video mashup syncing The Offspring’s “Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)” to excerpts from 230 different movies, including “Fargo,” “Toy Story,” “The Dark Knight” “Guardians of the Galaxy” and many, many more. Watch it below.

Read More: Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Viral Video is the Ultimate Dream Hero Mashup — Watch

The lead single from 1998’s “Americana,” “Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)” was quite the success both nationally and at this writer’s elementary school. The Unusual Suspect is presumably a fan as well, given the painstaking efforts it must have taken to piece this three-minute video together. Among the other films featured are “This Is Spinal Tap,” “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective,” “Spaceballs,” “Deadpool,” “Tron,” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “Good Will Hunting,” “Meet the Parents,
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California fire threatens Tippi Hedren animal sanctuary and destroys film set

The Sand Fire has forced the evacuation of the Hitchcock actor’s Shambala Preserve and razed popular Hollywood film set Sable Ranch

A fire that is sweeping through the Santa Clarita valley in California has destroyed a set used to shoot films including Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Maverick and Bells of Coronado. It has also forced workers at the Shambala Preserve, an animal sanctuary founded by Tippi Hedren, to evacuate most of its animals, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The Sand Fire, which has expanded to 51 square miles and burned down at least 18 homes, was only 10% contained as of late Sunday night. The Los Angeles County sheriff’s department is investigating the death of a man who was thought to be caught in the blaze.

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So. Cal Wildfire -- Famous Movie Ranch Up in Flames

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A popular Hollywood set -- used for "24" and "The A-Team" -- is nothing but ash and debris after a 22,000 acre wildfire swept through the Southern California location. Sable Ranch in Santa Clarita was  destroyed Saturday by the massive blaze which has literally blocked out the sun in much of Los Angeles.  Some offices were saved ... but the sets were a loss. The back lot's been used for tons of TV shows and movies, including "Robin Hood: Men in Tights
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Galavant Rides Again With Awkward Bromance, a Han Solo Moment and a Bawdy Tune You May Never Hear

Galavant Rides Again With Awkward Bromance, a Han Solo Moment and a Bawdy Tune You May Never Hear
Initially written off as a winter hiatus-filling lark, ABC’s Galavant with its first season surprised and delighted many, marrying broad comedy and manic musical numbers in a manner akin to Robin Hood: Men in Tights or The Life of Brian.

RelatedABC’s Midseason Schedule: Shonda RhimesThe Catch Joins #Tgit Lineup, No Winter Hiatus for Castle

So positive was the reception that the tongue-in-cheek fantasy saga is back this Sunday at 8/7c for five weeks’ worth of back-to-back episodes, picking up with half-baked hero Galavant (played by Joshua Sasse) and unseated King Richard (Timothy Omundson) allying to get back the girl (imprisoned Princess Isabella,
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8 Highlights From Sir Patrick Stewart's Reddit Ama

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8 Highlights From Sir Patrick Stewart's Reddit Ama
Sir Patrick Stewart stars as the ambitious but misguided news anchor Walter Blunt in the upcoming Starz sitcom, "Blunt Talk," which is set to premiere Saturday, August 22 on Starz. So, the distinguished stage and screen actor participated in a Reddit Ama today to answer fan questions about the show and his other roles, reigning in a total of 6700 comments and many, many long discussions about English tea. Read More: Sir Patrick Stewart Has Blunt Thoughts on the 'Wonderful Wacky Extraordinary Eccentric' 'Blunt Talk' Take a look at some of the highlights below. I was sad to hear of Roger Rees’s death in July. I know you worked with him many years ago in the RSC (and in "Robin Hood: Men in Tights," of course!) Could you share your favorite memory of him? Dear Roger Rees saw a preview of my one-man show, "A Christmas Carol," and told me I shouldn't act Scrooge.
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Patrick Stewart on the Joy of Being Whipped with Wet Towels

Patrick Stewart on the Joy of Being Whipped with Wet Towels
During the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Patrick Stewart – who played the show's dramatically serious, almost Shakespearean Captain Jean-Luc Picard – said something he has always regretted. A veteran of serious theater, the actor projected a grave sobriety off-camera as well as on, so when fellow cast member Denise Crosby attempted to crack his exterior, saying, "Come on, Patrick, we've got to have fun sometimes," he blew up. "'We're not here to have fun,' that was my line," the actor says. "I yelled it. What an asshole.
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