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Nicki Minaj Shares Sexy New 'Anaconda' Pic... And a 'Simpsons' Spoof?

15 hours ago | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

The rapper is sharing her favorite butt memes on Instagram.

Nicki Minaj's booty just won't quit.

The rapper showed off her famously well-endowed backside in her new "Anaconda" single artwork last week and now, her Barbz are having a field day. Minaj is posting some of her favorite fan-made memes -- including spoofs of Marge Simpson, SpongeBob SquarePants and The Lion King -- on her Instagram account. Check 'em out below.

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Minaj previously revealed that her hotly anticipated single would be released on July 28, but the fans will have to sit tight for another week.

Minaj revealed a new pic from her "Anaconda" photoshoot -- this time from the front -- but also announced that the song won't be released until August 4. "I promise you will understand why before the week is out," she promised. "Loveeeeeeee uuuuuu."

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We already peeped the sports bra and the Jordans in her last bootyliciuos shot, but now it's »

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Disney’s Hercules Is an Underrated Masterpiece

25 July 2014 10:47 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Removing the sentimental nostalgia connected with the classics (Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, The Lion King; pick your poison) is nearly impossible, and when you do manage to watch these movies objectively, the results can be disappointing. But on the occasion of the latest muscle-driven, super-veiny adaptation of Hercules, I am supremely, objectively confident that I'd rather be watching a sequel to the 1997 Disney film — the Hercules with the tiny head atop a giant neck, the maybe-mullet, and the pronounced chin that could only be drawn by a team of animators. Despite all the adaptations and all the hunky Greek heroes we’ve amassed over the years (yes, I’m aware that Ryan Gosling once played Young Hercules), there will only ever be one man I think of as Hercules. That man is ... Tate Donovan. (Well, his voice, anyway.) The animated version not only happens to be my favorite Hercules adaptation, »

- Lindsey Weber

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Walt Disney Biopic to Air on on PBS

22 July 2014 10:45 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

PBS and American Experience are taking a look at the man behind the mouse and will air “Walt Disney,” a four-hour, two-night film that aims to explore the life and legacy of the iconic film producer and business magnate.

The film is spearheaded by biopic veterans director-producer Sarah Colt (“Rfk,” “Henry Ford”) and writer Mark Zwonitzer (“JFK,” “Triangle Fire”) and promises to showcase archival footage and interviews with artists who worked with him on “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” and Imagineers who helped design Disneyland.

“For many Americans — and for me — the twinkle and swish of the Sunday night Disney logo was pure magic. It was an invitation to a special event,” said Beth Hoppe, chief programming officer and general manager, general audience programming for PBS. “For my kids, introducing them to animated Disney movies from ‘Beauty and the Beast’ to ‘The Lion King’ brought us great joy and taught them life lessons. »

- Whitney Friedlander

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The Strain Recap: Bad Medicine

20 July 2014 8:05 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Remember the good ol’ days of TV dinners? The comforting concept that you could watch your favorite primetime shows while chowing down?

Well, The Strain is taking those good ol’ days and laughing in their face.

Indeed, Sunday’s installment of the FX thriller turned the “Ugh!” factor up to 11, while also introducing new questions — and some answers — to the case of New York City’s deadly virus.

Related  FX Sets Super-Sized Sons of Anarchy Premiere Date

Jailhouse Rocked | While Abraham Setrakian awaits his fate in jail, he’s paid a visit by just about the last person he’d »

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August Update For Xbox One Will Introduce Mobile Purchasing, 3D Blu-Ray Functionality And More

20 July 2014 11:02 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Downloading and installing apps and games on the Xbox One is about to become much more convenient, as the upcoming August update for the console will introduce mobile purchasing. The much-requested feature is just one of the new additions that will come with the update when it launches next month.

Frequently requested on Xbox Feedback, mobile purchasing will allow Xbox One owners to remotely purchase games, apps and add-on content through either or Xbox SmartGlass. After the purchase has been made, as long as you’re console is set to automatically take updates, the content will be downloaded and installed.

Another popular feature coming with the August update is 3D Blu-ray functionality for the console. As long as you own a television capable of 3D, you will now be able to watch popular films such as The Lion King, Avatar and How To Train Your Dragon in all their three dimensional wonder. »

- Eric Hall

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20 Reasons to Watch 20 Feet from Stardom

20 July 2014 6:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Simon Columb with 20 reasons to watch 20 Feet from Stardom…

With the release of 20 Feet from Stardom on DVD and Blu-ray this Monday, this is your opportunity to catch a documentary that gained exceptionally positive reviews but it also managed to snag the Best Documentary at the Oscars (beating off strong competition from The Act of Killing). Directed by Morgan Neville, this inspirational film was screened at the London Film Festival – and I’ve personally sung it’s praises ever since. Rather than merely repeat my joy for the film, I deemed it necessary to break down why, as a music lover, a fan of film and appreciator of art, this particular film is a must-watch. Here are 20 reasons you need to see 20 Feet from Stardom…

For the love of music…

These are singers who are unknown, but are the glue that holds a song together. Whether it is the doop-dee-doop »

- Simon Columb

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40 Incredible Film Facts You’ve Never Heard Of

18 July 2014 5:20 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Film projects are hubs of not only bags of creativity and innovation but also inordinate amounts of stress and pressure so it should come as no surprise that they give birth to all these amazing stories and factoids which fascinate both cinephiles and casual fans alike.

Lesser known facts and trivia about films – much like movies themselves – have the power to inspire a surprisingly broad range of emotional reactions. Some of the points included in this list are just fascinating in their own right while others will have you splitting your sides with laughter and others could creep you out.

A recent post on Reddit discussing some of the coolest facts and trivia cinema has given us over the years had us desperate to do our own compilation of incredible facts which will hopefully be new to most of you.

Cinema is such a sprawling entity that has »

- Sam Heard

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Dane Cook Talks Planes: Fire & Rescue, Reprising His Role, Being Part of the Disney Family, Telling a Deeper Story, and the Theme of Second Chances

17 July 2014 6:06 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Dane Cook returns as the voice of Dusty Crophopper, the crop duster turned world-famous air racer, in Planes:  Fire and Rescue.  After a successful racing season, Dusty comes home to his friends in Propwash Junction, but life takes an unexpected turn when a fateful training run leads to a new career with the elite Aerial Fire Fighters at Piston Peak Air Attack Base.  Opening July 18th, the animated adventure-comedy directed by Bobs Gannaway from a screenplay by Jeffrey Howard also features the voices of Curtis Armstrong, Julie Bowen, Ed Harris, John Michael Higgins, Hal Holbrook, Regina King, and Wes Studi. At the film’s recent press day, Cook talked about reprising the role, what it means to be a part of the Disney family, how he wanted to tell a deeper story with Dusty this time around, why the theme of second chances resonated with him, the parallels in »

- Sheila Roberts

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‘Big Hero 6′, Disney’s animated adaptation of the Marvel comic book, gets a full trailer

15 July 2014 9:07 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

While now known for a variety of film offerings, Disney has often been known best for their animated features, from older movies such as Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King to more recent features such as Tangled and Frozen. Thus, news that the animation studio was working on a new project was met with excitement, excitement which was heightened by the news that it would be an adaptation of a Marvel comic book series. Titled Big Hero 6, the movie is co-directed by Chris Williams and Don Hall, who also co-wrote the movie with Jordan Roberts, Daniel Gerson, and Robert L. Baird. The film features the voiceover talents of Jamie Chung, Tj Miller, Maya Rudolph, and Alan Tudyk, and a full trailer for the film has now been released. The trailer can be seen below.

The post ‘Big Hero 6′, Disney’s animated adaptation of the Marvel comic book, »

- Deepayan Sengupta

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Can You Believe These 10 Movies Turn 20 This Year?

11 July 2014 1:30 PM, PDT | | See recent Popsugar news »

Are you ready to feel old? Of course, the answer is always "no", but these movies will evoke a nostalgia that will only bring on the warm fuzzies. We've selected 10 classic movies that turn 20 years old this year. Think about the last time you watched Forrest Gump or The Lion King, and then make yourself a new watch list for every Throwback Thursday and Flashback Friday for the next six months. »

- Becca Frucht

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Can You Believe These 10 Movies Turn 20 This Year?

11 July 2014 1:30 PM, PDT | BuzzSugar | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Are you ready to feel old? Of course, the answer is always "no", but these movies will evoke a nostalgia that will only bring on the warm fuzzies. We've selected 10 classic movies that turn 20 years old this year. Think about the last time you watched Forrest Gump or The Lion King, and then make yourself a new watch list for every Throwback Thursday and Flashback Friday for the next six months. »

- Becca Frucht

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Lifetime Adapting ‘Clan of the Cave Bear’ With Ron Howard, Brian Grazer

9 July 2014 4:38 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Lifetime has given a pilot order to an adaptation of Jean M. Auel’s prehistorical-set books “The Clan of the Cave Bear.”

The project is a co-production of Fox 21 and Lionsgate in association with Imagine Television and Allison Shearmur Productions. Exec producers are Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Allison Shearmur, Linda Woolverton, Francie Calfo and Auel. Woolverton, whose credits include children’s and young adult-focused films “Maleficent,” “Alice in Wonderland” and “The Lion King,” will pen the pilot.

“I’ve always admired Jean M. Auel’s timeless work,” said Rob Sharenow, Lifetime’s exec VP and general manager. “With the visionary creative team of Ron Howard, Linda Woolverton, Brian Grazer, Alli Shearmur, Jean M. Auel and Francie Calfo behind it, this project has it all — epic storytelling, great characters and a unique world that’s never been explored on television before. This is exactly the type of top-tier creative talent »

- Whitney Friedlander

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Rob Reiner Reveals John Mayer Almost Worked on the Princess Bride Musical

8 July 2014 9:07 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

We’ve certainly got enough movie-to-stage adaptations going around with The Lion King, Aladdin, Cinderella, Newsies, Matilda, Rocky and more currently up and running, but that isn’t stopping anyone from churning out even more.  In fact, Disney’s in the process of bringing Frozen to Broadway, and after that film scored well over $1 billion at the worldwide box office, it’s hard to imagine that production being anything less than a major hit. The trend’s been around for a while and is poised to continue, so while at a roundtable interview with Rob Reiner for his upcoming film, And So It Goes, we discussed which of his films he thinks most deserves the Broadway treatment - The Princess Bride.  Hit the jump to find out who was once attached to work on it. When asked which of his films is best suited for the stage, Reiner didn't hesitate »

- Perri Nemiroff

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Quiz: Apes-a-Poppin'

7 July 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Monkeys and Hollywood have had a long and enduring relationship with each other. For whatever reason, monkeys have been involved in practically every type of film. They’ve portrayed benevolent figures in classic cartoons like The Jungle Book and The Lion King, and also played more sinister creatures like the Flying Monkeys in Wizard of Oz and the cunning apes of The Planet of the Apes.

This month brings the release of yet another ape-themed movie with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the highly-anticipated sequel to 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes. This addition to the long-running franchise follows Caesar (played by famed motion-capture actor Andy Serkis), the lead ape of the last film, as he leads a nation of intelligent apes in a rapidly evolving society. Gary Oldman stars as Dreyfus, a vengeful human hell-bent on making the apes pay for the death of his »

- Amanda Wood

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How To Hear Hans Zimmer's Greatest Film Scores Live In Concert

5 July 2014 11:56 AM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Hans Zimmer has been the musical genius behind the scores of movies that we have worshipped for decades. The German-born composer has worked in film since 1982, contributing to television and movies for years while picking up an Oscar in 1995 for his The Lion King original score. To celebrate his time in the film industry, Zimmer is staging a live concert that.s expected to showcase some of his more memorable works, though you might have to start planning now if you.d like to attend. Collider has the news that Hans Zimmer will stage "Hans Zimmer Revealed," a two-day concert scheduled for October 10 and 11 at the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo in London. International flights, here we come! According to the release, the composer "will be accompanied by a band of brilliant players mixing traditional orchestral instruments with rock and electronica, and will be joined by a few surprise special guests." And, »

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21 shocking straight-to-video sequels: How many have you seen?

5 July 2014 2:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

What's the only thing worse than a sequel? The only prospect worse than paying £10 at your local cinema to have your favourite movie ruined, forever. The answer has three words. Straight-to-video.

In the '90s, home release sequels became fairly common. You'd greet them with surprise at your local Blockbusters and then want to pull your eyeballs out when you took them home and watched them. They're probably called straight-to-dvd or straight-to-Blu-ray now, but they still exist.

Here are 21 absolute stinking sequels - the vast majority of which weren't even considered good enough for the cinema. How many of them have you watched?

1. American Pie Presents: Band Camp

2. American Pie Presents: Beta House

Maybe it's the Eugene Levy factor - just why did he keep starring in all the sequels?! - but we have weird sentimentality for the American Pie home release collection. We know that they're not technically canon, »

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Asking Questions: Miguel Garzón Martínez talks about Knot & Breaking Point

5 July 2014 12:56 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Trevor Hogg chats with Miguel Garzón Martínez about making thoughtful movies…

“My family has a background in construction and in business, but never in film or any form of art,” states Miguel Garzón Martínez .  “However, I have learned recently that construction is a kind of art and that you need to think like a businessman to finish a film.”  At an early age the native of Colombia became aware of cinema.  “I remember the first movie I ever saw was The Lion King [1994] with my mom and that I had nightmares for several weeks after watching Jurassic Park [1993]. If I had to mention two movies that left a strong impression in me, I would have to say that Pixar’s Up [2009] and Christopher Nolan’s Inception [2010] inspired me to pursue a career in filmmaking.”  Garzón recalls, “I bought a Dslr camera over five years ago and discovered the pleasures of still photography. »

- Trevor Hogg

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3 July 2014 3:36 AM, PDT | Sky Movies | See recent Sky Movies news »

An American boy and girl (Keith Coogan and Lucy Deakins) living in Kenya with their scientist parents adopt a female cheetah - Duma - only to realise that they must set her free so that she can learn to hunt and survive in the wild. However, when their pet is captured by poachers planning to race her against greyhounds, the two city kids, together with a young African goatherd they befriend, head off into the bush to rescue their fleet-footed friend. The sort of old fashioned family storytelling that Disney excelled at in Walt's day, this features the phrase "Hakuna matata" which became famous when Disney released The Lion King five years later. »

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Dark Knight, Inception composer Hans Zimmer playing UK concerts

3 July 2014 3:29 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Hans Zimmer has announced two UK shows.

The film composer will be performing pieces from throughout his career at the Hammersmith Apollo on October 10 and 11.

The concerts will be in two parts, the first featuring pieces from classic scores including Gladiator, The Lion King and Pirates of the Caribbean.

The second will feature re-imagined versions of scores including The Dark Knight and Inception.

Zimmer will be joined by "a few surprise special guests".

"Performing a concert series like this is something that I have always wanted to do, and I am thrilled that that time has finally come," said Zimmer.

"I am very excited to get some of my very talented friends together and give our audiences an experience unlike any concert they have ever been to before."

Tickets for the Zimmer concerts are available now online or by calling 0844 249 4300. »

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Composer Hans Zimmer to Play London Concerts

3 July 2014 2:34 AM, PDT | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Oscar winning Composer Hans Zimmer has been in the film industry for 30 years churning out classic soundtrack after classic soundtrack. He may not be a name you’d recognise but his music most definitely will be having been responsible for movie scores which include Rain Man in the late 80s, Bird on a Wire, Days of Thunder, Thelma & Louise, A League of Their Own, Backdraft, Muppet Treasure Island, The Rock (my personal favourite) in the 90s and more recently he’s worked on scores which include Gladiator, Pearl Harbor, Black Hawk Down, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Lion King, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Inception, Man of Steel, The Amazing Spider-Man 2  and Intersteller. The list is literally endless with classic score after classic score.

Zimmer has never done a concert before in his 30 years of working…. until now. Thanks to our friends at Collider, we »

- David Sztypuljak

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