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Top 5 Most Anticipated Trailers of Sdcc 2016

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San Diego Comic-Con is moments away from opening up its doors to the public! With it, come exclusive in-depth panels, the hottest toys, video games galore, etc. However, the most important export from Sdcc is always the hot new trailers! Below is my Top 5 Most Anticipated Trailers from Sdcc 2016!

#5 CW Superheroes

Some of the best superhero adaptations have come, not from the big screen, from Greg Berlanti produced shows on the CW. Series like Arrow, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and the newest member, Supergirl, have blown comic-book and TV fans away with their blend of tremendous storytelling and intense action. On Saturday at 3:30pm Pst in Ballroom 20 of Sdcc 2016, Berlanti and his CW cohorts will take the stage to preview these revolutionary shows. They’re also promising a video presentation which can only mean one thing, trailers! What will happen now that Flash is on the Flashpoint timeline? How
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Elliott Reid, Acclaimed Character Actor, Dead At Age 93

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A Mercury Theater player turned comic actor, Elliott Reid may be best known as the thorn in Fred MacMurray's side in The Absent-minded Professor (1961) and Son Of Flubber (1963). Reid starred in director William Cameron Menzies' Cold War sci-fi thriller The Whip Hand (1951), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), Inherit The Wind (1960), The Thrill Of It All (1963), The Wheeler Dealers (1963), Move Over, Darling (1963), Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed? (1963), Blackbeard's Ghost (1968) and Some Kind Of A Nut (1969). Reid also made countless TV appearances, notably Design For Loving, a classic 1958 episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents based on a story by Ray Bradbury. Reid last appeared onscreen in a 1992 episode of Seinfeld and in a 1995 episode of Maybe This Time with Bette White.- Harvey Chartrand 

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Dane Cook Inks Development Deal With NBC

Dane Cook Inks Development Deal With NBC
Dane Cook is heading to NBC to headline his own network comedy series. Amid interest from multiple networks, the actor/comedian has signed a development deal with NBC for a half-hour project targeted for next fall. Cook will star in the comedy and will produce through his SUperFInger Entertainment banner. Cook is the second top standup comedian with cable TV roots to develop and star in a comedy for NBC eyed for next season, along with Sarah Silverman. Cook most recently guest starred on the FX comedy Louie last month in a much talked about episode where he and series star Louis Ck put to rest the so-called joke stealing controversy. While he has largely stayed away from broadcast TV until now, Cook’s very first screen credit was a recurring role on the short-lived ABC comedy series Maybe This Time some 15 years ago. Cook has a very successful standup
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Funny Girl

Jordana Spiro, who plays the likable, looking-for-love P.J. Franklin on the TBS television series “My Boys,” never thought of herself as a comedic actor. “I always pictured myself in dramatic film roles, which is funny because I do a lot of comedy now,” says Spiro.She certainly does. Besides her leading sitcom role in which she holds her own against male comedy vets such as Jim Gaffigan, she had a hilarious scene-stealing part in the film “Must Love Dogs,” played opposite funny guys Jeremy Piven and Ed Helms in “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard,” and recently shot the romantic-comedy pilot “Love Bites,” which was picked up by NBC.For Spiro, who grew up in Manhattan, there wasn't one defining moment where she knew she wanted to be an actor; it all happened naturally. “I was the kid who would be staging plays in the living room using the
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'Glee' DVDs are nice, but how about some webisodes?

'Glee' DVDs are nice, but how about some webisodes?
Glee makes a very early leap to DVD today, cranking out its first release before it even finishes the season. The "Road to Sectionals" package has the first 13 episodes, plus special features like director commentary and audition reels, yada yada. I have resigned myself to the fact that Glee won't be back until April, but I need more than DVD bonus features to carry me through. What's a Gleek gotta do to get some webisodes between now and then? (The show didn't immediately respond to our queries about possible webisode plans.)  If there were ever a show whose fans slavishly
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Lea Michele reflects on singing Streisand

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Lea Michele reflects on singing Streisand
I have to admit that from the first time I saw Glee, I loved Lea Michele. The character of Rachel Berry, that "determined to be a star and I don't care who knows it" attitude appealed to me. I recognized that feeling, too, because I remember watching Barbra Streisand in Funny Girl in the movies and having the same feeling of identification. When Streisand finished singing "I'm the Greatest Star" as Fanny Brice, I was convinced. Well, Lea feels it, too. She's a major Streisand fan and she loved singing a Barbra song on Glee.

Every time Lea Michele has had a chance to go diva -- like "Maybe This Time" and "Defying Gravity" -- she's displayed that Streisandesque musical power.

So when the winter finale had the New Directions show choir at sectionals and Rachel stepped up to sing "Don't Rain on My Parade," I was on the edge of my seat.
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The Hobbit: Jedwood's prospects rise as Tobey Maguire's wane | Ben Child

Tobey Maguire denied he was to slip on the furry feet earlier this week. But Bilbo Baggins aside, which other characters need shoehorning into Peter Jackson and Guillermo del Toro's film? And who should play them?

Just about every diminutive actor in Hollywood (and beyond) has been mentioned in connection with the role of Bilbo Baggins in Guillermo Del Toro and Peter Jackson's adaptation of The Hobbit. Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe was the first to rule himself out of the running - and thank goodness. This week Spider-Man's Tobey Maguire has made it clear he's not been approached for the role, despite persistent rumours.

"I have not met with del Toro. We don't have any near future plans," Maguire told the Hollywood Reporter. "I don't know if something got misconstrued or miscommunicated but the source was not accurate at all.

"I love Guillermo del Toro and Peter Jackson,
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Obituaries 2009: Natasha Richardson

A spirited actress, who dead from a head injury on 18 March at the age of 45, remembered by the actor who was her long-term friend

Natasha Richardson was her own unique life force. She possessed a high-wire vitality that took you in its arms, shook you, seduced you and cajoled you into living life without regrets. Friendship was an anchor for her. She thrived on bringing friends together. She created occasions full of affection and joy, moments of celebration that sometimes felt like a magical dance. She mixed lethal cocktails (she loved lychee martinis), cooked extraordinary food, was a spontaneously good nurse, laughed and delighted in stories and anecdotes, and had a mischievous ear for a good scandal. She loved to play music and would impatiently search her iPod for exactly the right track for the moment. And she loved to dance. And she loved to watch a movie with friends.
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New TV Shows To Be Thankful for In 2009! ABC Brings Us 4 New Shows We Love But Fox’s Glee Takes Top Spot!

Well ABC seemed to be out in the lead for having the most shows we were thankful for in 2009 with 4 of their new shows making our list. In second place was the USA channel with 2, while Syfy, Fox, HBO and NBC all had 1 on the list as well. I was surprised that CBS didn’t make our list but with so many already good shows previous to 2009 they didn’t have to add a lot to their programming schedule. Glee got our top spot while Flashforward barely made the list.

1. Glee

Couldn’t think of any other show to go here than this one. A complete surprise this musical dramedy series from of all people, Ryan Murphy, the guy who brought us Nip/Tuck. This series is a massive 180 from his repetoire but thats okay because we love it. Everything from the weekly musical selections, to the talented group of
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Efron: 'I don't want to be predictable'

Efron: 'I don't want to be predictable'
Zac Efron has revealed that he does not want to be thought of as a predictable actor. The star told Parade that he was initially nervous about taking on a straight acting role in Me And Orson Welles. Efron said: "I had never done anything like this before. I was still reeling from everything that had happened to me, all the attention I was suddenly getting from High School Musical. "I thought, 'Maybe this time I've bitten off more than I can chew because I'm not singing and dancing. It's all about acting'. "I knew people wouldn't see it as a predictable next move in my career, but I'd like to be known for more than predictability." (more)
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Twilight New Moon Movie Review

New Moon: Introducing Team Jacob

For fans, the Twilight saga has become a sort of sporting event pitting one team against another. Team Edward was crazed upon the release of last year’s Twilight, and while New Moon is definitely geared toward “the other team,” there is more than adequate sexual tension and angst to satisfy both.

New Moon, the second movie/book in the series, centers on what happens when Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) leaves Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) after an event with his family threatens her safety. While the character tells Bella “You will never see me again,” Edward appears frequently through out the movie as a sort of ghostly consciousness trying to keep her from harm. Of course when she makes this connection, Bella goes looking for harm in order to see him.

While on her adrenalin search Bella rekindles an old friendship with Jacob Black
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How to Write a Book Proposal That Sells

Since Viral Loop hit bookstores a month ago, I've chronicled the Viral Loop Facebook application that was designed to spread and accompany the iPhone app to promote the book, my social Web marketing plan, explained why publishers don't market authors, and why book reviews don't matter anymore. But one question that readers always ask is how do you get a book deal in the first place?

Assuming you have an idea that a reader would plunk down $25 to read about, the first step (after you get an agent; I'll address that in a future Viral Loop Chronicle) is to craft a non-fiction book proposal--the more detailed the better. And I'm going to show you how to do that, but first: What kind of book should you write?

You have far greater odds of success writing non-fiction than fiction. According to veteran author June Cotner, 85% of the 55,000 new titles released annually are in non-fiction,
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Squealing with Glee: why kids love Fox TV's new high school musical | Alexis Soloski

This sickly sweet romp through yet another American high school comes up trumps on its dazzling musical numbers

I am full of glee. Is this a good thing? This week, the New York Times ran a story on how an hour-long comedy on the Fox TV network "has become a cult favourite among the theatre community in New York." Most days, I like to imagine myself as part of that community, so this morning I settled in to watch all nine episodes of Glee. The aggregate effect of this is like gorging on fistfuls of marshmallows or Turkish delight: sweet, sickly and not entirely satisfying.

Set in the brutish environs of a midwestern American high school, Glee centres on the jocks, cheerleaders and musical-theatre geeks who constitute the Glee Club, an extracurricular society devoted to singing popular songs. Led by Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison), a charismatic Spanish teacher with
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Glee Vol. 1 Soundtrack Review

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Glee (TV) fans now have something else to be gleeful about: not only is the show going great and already picked up for a full season, but Glee: The Music, Volume 1 is out now, and in 17 songs spread across a full hour it captures everything that's fun and offbeat and daring about the hit Fox ensemble show that follows the highs, lows, loves, and trials and tribulations of a high school glee club (and those affected by it, including faculty members, the cheerleading squad, and the football team). On the show, the pop hits and show tunes are usually employed to express a particular character's feelings -- or those of the group collectively -- at a given moment, but the numbers also, for the most part, hold up on their own, separate from the series. Fans know that the songs are as ecclectic as the characters. Other than a
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Screen Queens: Sally Bowles

MattCanada here with another week of homo classics. Since I started writing this weekly column about a month ago, I have focused on films which have not been Oscar contenders and not featured the actresses which Nathaniel, me, and all the readers of this website respect (read: worship in a cult-like fashion). So on to Cabaret!

Liza Minnelli's Oscar winning role as Sally Bowles may well be the gayest Oscar win of all time. Now I am not a big Liza fan, actually I actively dislike her in anything else, but in Cabaret she gives one of the most amazing performances in the history of cinema in the greatest movie musical of all time. Not to be hyperbolic or anything, but Liza's Sally and Cabaret are earth shatteringly good. Liza is hardly the only reason to love Cabaret. You can get almost as much pleasure out of Joel Grey and Marisa Berenson's performances,
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Kristin Chenoweth Claims Place on Upcoming 'Glee' Album, Released 11/3

Kristin Chenoweth, who portrayed the role of April Rhodes on Glee recently, will be featured on the upcoming album, Glee: The Music, Volume 1. The Broadway star will be featured in the songs she performed on the show including Alone by Heart with the Glee regular Matthew Morrison, and Maybe This Time by Kander and Ebb featuring additional Broadway favorite Lea Michele.
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New Music Monday! Adam’s New Single, "Glee" Goodness and Kathy’s New ... Holiday Album?

Happy November everybody! Shake off that Halloween hangover because we’ve got some awesome new albums due out this month.

But first, as you may have heard, Adam Lambert debuted his new single, "For Your Entertainment," on Ryan Seacrest's radio show this past Friday. If you haven’t heard it yet, check it out on his official site here.

Now I may be a little biased since I voted for him a gabazillion times when he was on American Idol, but I absolutely love this song. I mean it’s actually good, right? Maybe now we can forget about the “Time for Miracles” debacle and actually look forward to the album again.

Due out November 3rd, Morrissey’s latest album, Swords, is a compilation album featuring the B-side tracks of his hit singles from the last five years. Now if you’re thinking that an album full of secondhand
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Kristin Chenoweth Claims Place on Upcoming 'Glee' Album, Released 11/3

Kristin Chenoweth, who portrayed the role of April Rhodes on Glee recently, will be featured on the upcoming album, Glee: The Music, Volume 1. The Broadway star will be featured in the songs she performed on the show including Alone by Heart with the Glee regular Matthew Morrison, and Maybe This Time by Kander and Ebb featuring additional Broadway favorite Lea Michele.
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'Glee': Kristin Chenoweth to return! Plus, is Julia Roberts a Gleek?

We have even More Glee news to deliver, PopWatchers: Emmy winner Kristin Chenoweth (Pushing Daisies) will reprise her role as the boozy glee alum April Rhodes for at least one episode in 2010. (Listen to her sing "Maybe This Time" in the window below.) Plus, Glee has gotten the stamp of approval of one of Hollywood's biggest stars: Julia Roberts. Co-creator Ryan Murphy, who is currently filming Eat, Pray, Love with Roberts in Bali, tells EW, "We’re on location here and she’s watched episodes and has quite enjoyed them." I could totally see Roberts being a major Gleek. And finally,
See full article at EW.com - PopWatch »

Let's officially start the "Hire Cheno Now" campaign

If you caught this week’s episode of Glee, you understand why I am about to yell. If you didn’t well, you will soon. Hey, Hollywood, hire Kristin Chenoweth Now!

Whew, glad I got that off of my chest. But, honestly, I do not understand why Kristin isn’t gainfully employed right now. The tiny powerhouse never fails to entertain and amaze. If you saw her Emmy acceptance speech and your heart didn’t melt, well, check for a pulse. Plus she made it abundantly clear in her Emmy speech that she was 1) unemployed and 2) would like to work on Mad Men, The Office or 24. Wake up, people. Don’t make her beg.

Well, if there is any television justice her performance this week on Glee will finally make the phones ring. As washed-up, boozed-up former Glee Club star April Rhodes, Kristin was magnificent. Sublime. Heartbreaking. But don’t
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