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Verne Troyer Opens Up About Being Called the M-Word As a Child - and How He Physically Defended Himself Against a Bully

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Verne Troyer Opens Up About Being Called the M-Word As a Child - and How He Physically Defended Himself Against a Bully
Verne Troyer doesn't back down to bullies. In an exclusive video from his appearance on Oprah's Where Are They Now?, the actor opens up about being bullied as a child for being a little person. "There was one incident where there was a kid [who] called me the M-word," Troyer, 47, says in the clip. "That's just derogatory slang - the proper thing to say is either little person or dwarf." "So I basically jumped up, punched him in the nose and his nose started bleeding all over the place," the actor adds before revealing that he was sent to the principal's
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What's Leaving Netflix in October 2015

  • Moviefone
Well, this is lousy timing. Several horror movies, including "The Exorcist," "Night of the Living Dead," and "Interview with the Vampire" are leaving Netflix on October 1, right before Halloween.

Also leaving October 1, some spooky TV titles, including "The Dead Files."

More than 150 titles are leaving Netflix in October; here's the entire list of movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix streaming in October.

Leaving Oct. 1, 2015

"Aces High" (1976)

"A Fond Kiss" (2004)

"Agata And The Storm" (2004)

"A Good Day to Die" (2013)

"Alakazam The Great" (1960)

"All Is Lost" (2013)

"An Affair to Remember" (1957)

"Agora" (2009)

"A Liar's Autobiography" (2012)

"America Declassified" (2013)

"Analyze This" (1999)

"Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues " (2013)

"Angela's Ashes" (1999)

"Annie Hall" (1977)

"Another Woman" (1988)

"Apocalypse Now" (1979)

"Apocalypse Now Redux" (2001)

"Axed" (2012)

"Baby's Day Out" (1994)

"Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession" (1980)

"Baron Blood" (1972)

"Beaufort" (2007)

"Belle of the Yukon" (1944)

"Big Night" (1996)

"Blue Velvet" (1986)

"Brewster's Millions" (1945)

"Buying & Selling" (2013)

"Caesar and Cleopatra" (1945)

"Caprica" (2009)

"Carve Her Name With Pride" (1958)

"Casanova
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'Stuart Little' Remake Planned at Sony

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'Stuart Little' Remake Planned at Sony
The wave of 90s nostalgia shows now signs of slowing down, and if you feel like you're in need of more anthropomorphic animals in your life, you're in luck! It's been almost a decade since we last saw everyone's fourth favorite talking mouse in Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild. After his ten year absence, Sony and Red Wagon Entertainment finally feel the time is right for a Stuart Little remake.

News of the reboot comes from Tracking Board. They claim that this new Stuart Little will follow in the footsteps of the 1999 original. It will blend CG animation with live action. It will also once again follow the biplane flying mouse and his adoptive family The Littles.

The new movie will more closely follow E.B. White's 1945 children's book of the same name. It is being looked at as a more accurate adaptation than merely a remake of the existing films,
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You Can Now Buy Gremlins, Werewolves, Aliens and More Movie Magic From the Legendary Rick Baker

  • Movies.com
If your movie has a non-human character as one of its main characters, you call make-up effects artist Rick Baker. He created all of the Gremlins in Gremlins 2, the werewolf in An American Werewolf in London, Harry of Harry and the Hendersons, Joe of Mighty Joe Young, and all of the apes of Planet of the Apes. Heck, he even made the baby in Baby's Day Out. Basically, Baker has given us all countless pieces of movie magic that we've all grown to love over the years. And now the Oscar-winning artist wants to literally give you those things. Or, at least, he wants to give you the opportunity to own those things, as he's auctioning off a warehouse full of props built over the course of his entire career. The auction will be held in Los Angeles on May 29, 2015, but...

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Shah Rukh Khan reveals the two loves of his life!

There is nothing that can match up to the blissful feeling one gets while spending time with the children. Doting dad and Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has been babysitting his little toddle AbRam Khan seems to love it!

He got onto a microblogging site to write, "If I was allowed just the A and B of life to choose from....I would take Acting and Babysitting. Baby's day out part 2."

Yesterday, right before the Mumbai Indian and Kolkata Knight Riders Indian Premier League match, Srk had written on a microblogging site, "Baby's day out as all out of city. AbRam and Me all ready to cheer Kkr....let's do this boys. All our love. Best of luck Mi."

We are sure Shah Rukh, you must be having fun doing both!
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What Was the Worst Summer Movie Weekend of the Past 20 Years?

  • Vulture
What Was the Worst Summer Movie Weekend of the Past 20 Years?
Summer's over, everyone! Especially at the box office. One of this weekend's wide releases, Getaway, currently has a Rotten Tomatoes rating south of 5 percent. Five percent! Another one is a concert documentary about the boy band One Direction. Slim pickings. But it could be worse. It honestly could be so much worse. We've taken a look at every summer weekend from the past twenty years and picked eight that are strong contenders for rock bottom. (We're talking qualitatively here — box office wasn't really a factor in these choices.) Please offer up your own suggestions.July 1, 1994* The Shadow * Blown Away* I Love Trouble* Baby's Day Out* Little Big League These days, the Fourth of July weekend is sacrosanct for Hollywood. Though there were several prior examples of blockbuster early-July weekends (Terminator 2), 1996’s Independence Day, which established Will Smith as the king of that weekend for a time,
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Alec Baldwin, Wife Hilaria Step Out With Baby Daughter Carmen Two Days After Her Birth: Picture

Alec Baldwin, Wife Hilaria Step Out With Baby Daughter Carmen Two Days After Her Birth: Picture
Baby's day out! Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Thomas Baldwin's newborn daughter is less than half a week old, but she's already taking a little bite out of the Big Apple. On Sunday, Aug. 25 -- two days after the yoga instructor and the actor welcomed their first child together -- the couple hit the streets in New York City, bundle of joy in tow. Looking effortlessly pulled together in a black maxi dress and sunglasses, the first-time mom, 29, cooed sweetly at her little girl, who stayed [...]
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Brian Austin Green Takes Son Noah Out in New York City (Photo)

Brian Austin Green Takes Son Noah Out in New York City (Photo)
Baby's day out! Brian Austin Green was on daddy duty Friday in New York, taking son Noah out for a walk in a red stroller through SoHo without his wife Megan Fox. Fox gave birth to Noah in September 2012. Since his birth, the actress has maintained a relatively low public profile, only making her first official red carpet appearance in December. In February, she and her husband were spotted on vacation in Brazil, but Noah was not photographed with them.
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Tiff Next Wave Review: Droids, Dreams and Destiny Come Together In 5-25-77

Whether you were one of the first to see it back in '77, or whether you were born well after the pop-culture bomb built by the man named George Lucas blew sky high, chances are Star Wars has impacted your life one way or another. Pretty much every movie fan has a story about the first time they saw the uber-classic space opera, but no one, and I mean no one, has a story like writer/director Patrick Read Johnson (Spaced Invaders, Dragonheart, Baby's Day Out), as recounted in his new film 5-25-77 (which is the date Sw was released for anyone who doesn't know).Pat (Freaks And Geeks' John Francis Daley) is a 70s-era small town teen, who makes films in his backyard with his family...

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Selma Blair Takes Baby Arthur Out for a Stroll in Venice

Selma Blair Takes Baby Arthur Out for a Stroll in Venice
Baby's day out! Selma Blair and her adorable son Arthur hit the town in Venice, Calif., Wednesday for a little mother-son bonding time, with the 40-year-old actress stopping at Cows End Coffee Shop for a cup o' joe along the way.  The pair went on to grab food and Blair stopped to chat with friends before taking her tiny tyke home. The 40-year-old actress and her 1-year-old tot seem to have a thing for the beach town.  The duo and Blair's hubby were spotted in the beachy town just last week cooling off with ice cream cones.
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The 15 Most Badass Baldies in Movies

  • NextMovie
You talk a big game about your love of long-haired stars — your Johnny Depps, your Viggo Mortensens, your Hugh Jackmans — but there's something about a bare head that adds to the menace and allure of our favorite action stars.

Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises" is definitely one of the baddest baldies we've ever seen. Seeing all of the havoc he will wreak on Gotham in the upcoming movie encouraged us to dig deeper. Below, check out 14 guys — and one girl — whose naked scalps have scared and intimidated us for years.

Jason Statham

No one has tied his name more to a particular type of movie more than Jason Statham, to the point where all you have to say is, "It's a Jason Statham movie" and everyone knows exactly what you're talking about. Sometimes you're in the mood for Kurosawa. Other times, you want to see a man ram a shotgun up someone's ass.
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Must Watch: 70-Minute Take Down Of Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

It's been almost a year since we last posted a review from Red Letter Media's Mr. Plinkett. If you're not aware who that is by name, you may remember him as the guy who did the epic 70-minute review of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (and its subsequent sequels) as well as Avatar, Star Trek and Baby's Day Out. The last movie he reviewed was Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, and that was all the way back on New Year's Eve 2010. It's been a rough drought, but finally he is back and with a perfect target: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Check out both parts of the video below or over on Red Letter Media's site. The thing that's so great about these reviews (and the reason why we keep posting them) is because they're not only intelligent breakdowns of disappointing films, but they
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Where is "77"?

A few years ago, Star Wars fans waited eagerly for the release of a film about a group of friends who travel cross country trying to acquire a copy of The Phantom Menace before its theatrical release. The movie was Fanboys, a film that spoke to Star Wars fans in a way no other movie had before. Despite some much publicized issues with the script, and some story tweaks and movie studio meddling, the film was released and eventually came to DVD. There was mixed reaction, but fans of Star Wars were thrilled to have a movie that spoke to their love of the franchise.

The galaxy rejoiced and all was well. Except...

There was another movie, announced well before Fanboys, that piqued my interest. Cut from a similar cloth, it was called 5-25-77, a nod to the original release date of Star Wars: A New Hope. Written
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Must Watch: 110 Minute Take Down Of Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith

It has been far, far too long since we last heard from Mr. Plinkett and Red Letter Media. For those that don't remember, Plinkett is the online critic who broke out onto the scene this time last year with a 70-minute review of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. In addition to being incredibly in depth and informative, taking the viewer both through the film minute-by-minute and behind the production, the video was also screamingly hilarious, if not totally fucked up (Plinkett also happens to be a psychotic serial killer who keeps women locked in his basement). Since his Phantom Menace review, he's taken extended looks at Avatar, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of The Clones, Baby's Day Out, and J.J. Abrams' Star Trek. Now we have the video that we've all been waiting for: Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. This time clocking in at
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Movie News Quick Hits: First 'Thor' Poster, DreamWorks' 'Me and My Shadow,' 'Kill the Irishman' Trailer

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Filed under: Trailers and Clips, Movie News, Cinematical

- Marvel have released the first official poster for 'Thor,' which hits theaters May 2011. You can check out the poster in full at the bottom of this post, but also check back at Cinematical this evening when the first 'Thor' trailer is expected to hit.

- DreamWorks Animation have carved out a March 2013 spot for the very intriguing project 'Me and My Shadow,' a film about the rogue shadow of "the world's most boring human" that will blend CGI and hand-drawn animation much in the same way 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' blended live-action with hand-drawn animation.

- "Inspired" (if you can call it that) by the E-Trade commercials featuring a talking baby, Fox is currently shaping together an untitled comedy about babies that escape daycare and presumably get up to all kinds of 'Baby's Day Out' hilarity.
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Movie News Quick Hits: First 'Thor' Poster, DreamWorks' 'Me and My Shadow,' 'Kill the Irishman' Trailer

  • Cinematical
Movie News Quick Hits: First 'Thor' Poster, DreamWorks' 'Me and My Shadow,' 'Kill the Irishman' Trailer
Filed under: Trailers and Clips, Movie News, Cinematical

- Marvel have released the first official poster for 'Thor,' which hits theaters May 2011. You can check out the poster in full at the bottom of this post, but also check back at Cinematical this evening when the first 'Thor' trailer is expected to hit.

- DreamWorks Animation have carved out a March 2013 spot for the very intriguing project 'Me and My Shadow,' a film about the rogue shadow of "the world's most boring human" that will blend CGI and hand-drawn animation much in the same way 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' blended live-action with hand-drawn animation.

- "Inspired" (if you can call it that) by the E-Trade commercials featuring a talking baby, Fox is currently shaping together an untitled comedy about babies that escape daycare and presumably get up to all kinds of 'Baby's Day Out' hilarity.
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Mr. Plinkett’s 67 Minute Video Review of Jj Abrams’ Star Trek

  • Slash Film
Mr. Plinkett’s 67 Minute Video Review of Jj Abrams’ Star Trek
Mr. Plinkett from Red Letter Media (Aka the guy who put together the epic, 70-minute review of The Phantom Menace, the 90-minute review of Attack of the Clones , and the 25-minute dissection of Baby's Day Out). His latest hilarious yet-informative video is a 67-minute review of Jj Abrams' Star Trek reboot. And after tearing the Next Generation Trek movies to shreds, guess what -- he actually liked this one.Here is what Mr. Plinkett says: No, it's not the Episode 3 review, but it is something. I needed a break from Star Wars and I had recently re-watched Star Trek so I wanted to discuss it and my thoughts on it in detail. Finally. This review is more of an analysis on the making of the film and Trek in general more than your typical Mr. Plinkett complaint-fest. Enjoy friends! You can watch both parts embedded after the jump. Part 1:
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70-Minute Phantom Menace Reviewer Destroys Baby's Day Out

I have not been short with my praise for Red Letter Media. No clue who or what that is? He's the brilliant mind behind the 70-minute review of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, the shorter-but-still-great review of Avatar, and the 90-minute review of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. While are largely seen as simply being hilarious and creepy, they are also incredibly insightful and well-researched. While we wait for his review of Revenge of the Sith, however, he has released a new video. What modern masterpiece has he decided to tackle this time? Patrick Read Johnson's Baby's Day Out, best known for being the worst thing John Hughes ever wrote. Few people are willing to burn 99 minutes of their life watching the actual film, so why would you want to spend 25 minutes listening to a guy rip it to shreds? The simple answer is
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The 'Phantom Menace' Guy Tackles 'Baby's Day Out'

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The 'Phantom Menace' Guy Tackles 'Baby's Day Out'
Remember back in December when a seventy-minute long video review of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace was all the rage? And then the same guy returned to the Intertubes four months later to do a nearly ninety-minute long review of Attack of the Clones? Well, now he's back with another review of a brilliant cinematic milestone, Patrick Read Johnson's ground-breaking 1994 film, Baby's Day Out.

I'm sad to report that at a mere twenty-five minutes it's not actually quite as long as his Star Wars' reviews, but it is just as funny-- plus, surprisingly, it actually has a bit of internal continuity with his Clones' video, proving he puts more thought and effort into these videos than 99% of people who hop on YouTube to complain about a movie. Sure, making fun of a flick as menial and pointless as Baby's Day Out is as easy as shooting
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Phantom Menace Guy’s 25 Minute Review of Baby’s Day Out

  • Slash Film
Phantom Menace Guy’s 25 Minute Review of Baby’s Day Out
Mike from Red Letter Media (Aka the guy who put together the epic, 70-minute review of The Phantom Menace and the 90-minute review of Attack of the Clones) has moved on past sci-fi and is now doing shorter video reviews. The newest is a twenty five minute dissection of the Patrick Read Johnson's 1994 film Baby's Day Out. Now you might be saying: "I don't really need to watch a 25 minute video review of Baby's Day Out." Out of all the movies in the history of cinema, I'm not sure what compelled them to pick this John Hughes-penned family comedy. And while on the surface it might seem like a movie like Baby's Day Out would be easy to rip apart, Red Letter Media does it in a well-researched yet humorous approach, offering insights and laughs you never thought you'd get from such a review/dissection. Hit the jump
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