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Kyra Sedgwick Wants To Direct Full Time And Isn’t Happy With ABC [Podcast]

Savannah – Kyra Sedgwick knows what she wants. The longtime actor best known for her roles on TNT’s “The Closer,” “Something To Talk About,” “Phenomenon” and, most recently, “The Edge of Seventeen” had revelation while making her directorial debut on “Story of a Girl” which aired in Lifetime in July. Sitting down to record an episode of the 4 Quadrant podcast (which you can listen to below or on iTunes) at the 2017 Savannah Film Festival, Sedgwick made it clear if she had the choice she’d just direct.

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Britney Spears Sings ‘Something To Talk About’ Live in Response to Critics Slamming Her for Lip-Syncing

Britney Spears Sings ‘Something To Talk About’ Live in Response to Critics Slamming Her for Lip-Syncing
Britney Spears strayed from her usual set list and gave her critics “something to talk about.”

The 35-year-old singer, decked out in a racy black ensemble, surprised the audience at her Piece of Me residency in Las Vegas on Saturday with a live rendition of Bonnie Raitt’s 1991 hit “Something to Talk About.”

Before she began, she addressed the crowd by saying, “So I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately, right? This morning I woke up and I was like, ‘There’s a lot of things going on in the world’ and stuff, but basically I looked and I was like,
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Constantine Season 1 Episode 11 Review – “A Whole World Out There”

Martin Carr reviews the eleventh episode of Constantine

“The God who created this universe, if it was created by God, is quite clearly a maniac. We have to spend our life on our knees thanking him?! What kind of god would do that?”

Stephen Fry

I never aim to be inflammatory. Offence is never intended. My reviews should lead only to the promotion of healthy debate, which in turn leads to personal epiphanies, individual actions and in time a number of larger questions being asked. An intellectual broadening exercise for those who like reading, writing and thinking for themselves. How’s that for an idea? It’s alright answers are optional, and as it goes unimportant alongside a somewhat more intriguing conundrum. What exactly does this have to do with a chain smoking Diy exorcist and product of the punk rock generation?

Aside from flying in the face of anything
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Sara Gilbert Debuts Her Baby Bump: First Picture

Sara Gilbert Debuts Her Baby Bump: First Picture
Something to talk about! Pregnant Sara Gilbert debuted her baby bump as she grabbed lunch in Santa Monica, Calif. on Monday, Sept. 29. The actress and The Talk co-host, 39, accentuated her growing belly in tight-fitted jeans, a sky blue T-shirt and a striped blue cardigan. The Roseanne alum announced that she is expecting her first child with songwriter-producer wife Linda Perry during her CBS daytime talk show on Sept. 9. At the time, she refused to face her greatest fear of getting hurt or injured by laying [...]
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Culinary Mash-Up The Hundred-Foot Journey Is Tasty Enough

Culinary Mash-Up The Hundred-Foot Journey Is Tasty Enough
Lasse Hallström has become an expert at making mom-jeans movies, nonthreatening pictures in which headstrong women find love just when they think it's too late (Once Around), take the upper hand with their cheating husbands (Something to Talk About), and turn small, French villages topsy-turvy by opening chocolate shops (Chocolat). But the tragedy and the glory of mom-jeans is that they're kind of comfy, at least when they're well engineered. Hallström's The Hundred-Foot Journey, in which the prim proprietress of a trés chic restaurant in the French countryside learns life lessons from a raucous family of Indian emigrees, is almost embarrassingly enjoyable, despite the fact that — or maybe because — it's ridiculous in a shi...
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Gena Rowlands At "A Woman Under The Influence" Screening, L.A. May 28

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A Woman Under The Influence 40th Anniversary Screening In Los Angeles

By Todd Garbarini

Probably the best known film of the late film director John Cassavetes’ career, A Woman Under the Influence (1974) is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a screening at the Landmark Theatre at 10850 West Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA 90064 on Wednesday, May28th at 7:00 pm. The film’s star, actress Gena Rowlands, is scheduled to appear in person.

From the press release:

In Person!

An Evening with

Star Gena Rowlands!

Director John Cassavetes'

A Woman Under the Influence (1974)

40th Anniversary!

Wednesday, May 28 at 7:00pm

at The Landmark

A Woman Under the Influence received two Oscar© nominations in 1974—best actress Gena Rowlands and best director John Cassavetes. The film tells the story of a wife and mother whose unstable behavior leads her husband (Peter Falk) to commit her to a mental institution. At the time of its release,
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20th Screen Actors Guild Awards Announces Presenters – Show Airs January 18

Matt Damon, Robert DeNiro, Chiwetel Ejifor, SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard, Mindy Kaling, Jennifer Lawrence, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Marsden, Ewan McGregor, Lupita Nyong’o, Sarah Paulson, Julia Roberts, Elisabeth Röhm, Meryl Streep, and Emma Thompson will be presenters at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®, Executive Producer/Director Jeff Margolis and Executive Producer Kathy Connell announced today.

They join a growing roster of actors who will honor their colleagues at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards that already includes Ben Affleck, Sasha Alexander, Don Cheadle, Morgan Freeman, Jennifer Garner, Clark Gregg, Tom Hanks, Jared Leto, Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Spacey, Kerry Washington, Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey.

The 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, one of the awards season’s premier events, will honor outstanding performances from 2013 in five film categories and eight television categories, including the distinctive ensemble awards. This year’s Actor® recipients will be announced at
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Hart of Dixie 3.09 Review: “Something to Talk About”

Rumors of a possible merger between the towns of Bluebell and their rival Fillmore fuel much of this fairly predictable, but still entertaining, episode of Hart of Dixie. To distract the local gossip blog from reporting the news of the merger, Zoe, Joel, and Annabeth are tasked to come up with a cover story. The [&hellip

Hart of Dixie 3.09 Review: “Something to Talk About
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'Hart of Dixie' recap: Zoe's level of denial about her feelings for Wade reaches epic proportions

We knew that with the introduction of Wade and Vivian's relationship, "Zade" would hit a major roadblock for a while on "Hart of Dixie." But oh my god, I have never wanted to reach through my TV and strangle a character more than I did watching Monday (Jan. 13) night's midseason premiere, "Something to Talk About," when Zoe's level of denial about her feelings for Wade reached epic proportions.

We all know how she feels about her ex: she's still in love with Wade. Wade knows it. Annabeth now knows it. Joel finally got an inkling of it. Vivian even touched on it when she was talking to Zoe. And yet ... Zoe continues to deny having any kind of feelings for Wade. At all. And that's just dumb.

So how did we even get to this point? Zoe sees that there's something brewing between Vivian and Wade, and she tries to
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New Hart Of Dixie Season 3,Episode 9 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CW

New Hart Of Dixie season 3,episode 9 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CW. Recently, CW dished out the new,official, synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Hart Of Dixie" episode 9 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "Something to Talk About," and it sounds pretty interesting as Zoe will try everything to stop Wade from dating someone that's close to her, and more. In the new,9th episode press release: When Zoe learns that Wade is interested in dating someone close to her, she is going to try everything she can do to put a stop to it. Lavon is going to enlists George to help save BlueBell from merging with another town. To help keep the town in the dark about the planned merger, Zoe will use Joel (guest star Josh Cooke) and AnnaBeth to create a scandalous distraction to throw people off the trail. Meanwhile, Brick will start dating again, but
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Film Review: ‘Shored Up’

Film Review: ‘Shored Up’
Shored Up” delivers a sobering examination of the threat rising sea levels pose to coastal cities and the economic factors that encourage doubters to keep their heads firmly buried in fast-disappearing sand. Utilizing footage captured in the wake of 2012′s Superstorm Sandy, the pic marks a sturdy feature-length debut for documentarian Ben Kalina, who eschews hysteria, preachiness and self-importance in favor of calm, persuasive scientific arguments. Accessible result lacks a flashy theatrical hook, but should connect with eco-conscious viewers in ancillary outlets and has already earned smallscreen exposure via DirecTV’s Something to Talk About docu series.

Inspired by John McPhee’s 1989 nonfiction book “The Control of Nature,” Kalina initially set out to make a film about the Army Corps of Engineers’ beach replenishment process (manual replacement of sand washed away by natural erosion). As he soon discovered, it’s only a temporary fix for a rapidly expanding problem. While shorelines naturally change over time,
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'Desert Runners' will premiere exclusively on Directv November 21 (Video)

Desert Runners will premiere exclusively on Directv's Audience Network on November 21 at 8Pm Et/Pt. Hamptons International Film Festival Audience Award Winner - Desert Runners - A film by Jennifer Steinman will premiere exclusively on Directv's Audience Network on November 21 at 8Pm Et/Pt. The film will also be available on VOD, Amazon and iTUNES on December 10, 2013 through Brainstorm Media/Something to Talk About. Director Jennifer Steinman’s Desert Runners is an exhilarating and inspirational story of what can happen when a group of ordinary people attempts the extra-ordinary. The film follows a cast of non-professional runners as they attempt to complete the most difficult desert "ultra marathon" series on Earth. Their intense journey takes them to the driest,
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Hurricane Sandy One Year Later: Television Premiere: 'Shored Up' on Audience Network

From the documentary series, Something to Talk About on Audience Network on Direct TV, Shored Up premiered on October 24th.

Approximately one year later, the country remembers those who have and those who are still suffering from last year¹s Hurricane Sandy.

Shored Up is an Urgent Call to Action in the Face of Accelerating Sea-Level Rise, Presenting the Devastation of Hurricane Sandy as a Window Into the Future. Set in Long Beach Island, NJ and the Outer Banks of Nc, the film explores the political conflicts and personal stakes of communities along the shore. Shored Up talks to scientists, politicians, residents and a wide range of experts to expose major shortcomings in coastal management and the immediate need for change. Filmed over three years and culminating in the impact of Hurricane Sandy, it becomes an eerie foretelling of the storm¹s devastation and a witness to its dramatic aftermath. Shored Up is a look at what happens when we ignore the realities of geology in our drive to inhabit and profit from our coastlines.

Listen to insightful discussions on coastal management from a Professor of Coastal Geomorphology from Rutgers University, Coastal Engineers, the Mayor of Harvey Cedars, Lbi, NJ, the former mayor of Beach Haven, Lbi, NJ, a Professor from the Center for the Study of Coastal and Marine Biology from Eastern Carolina University, a surf journalist, politicians and residents.

Learn from the past to protect our future.

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‘The Voice’ Recap: Matthew Schuler Delivers A ‘Musical A** Whooping’

The competition is heating up Oct. 15, as ‘The Voice’ enters its second night of the Battle Rounds.

As each artist prepared for battle on The Voice, Jacob Poole and Matthew Schuler set the bar, lighting up the stage with their performance.

Team Christina: Jacob Poole vs. Matthew Schuler

Jacob, 20, is the son of a pastor who wanted to step out and follow his own dreams and vision for his life. And Matthew, 20, is the bagel shop worker who rocked the stage with his original performance, earning the fastest four-chair turn in Voice history. They kicked off the night, battling with Fall Out Boy‘s “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up).” And they were on fire as they lit up the stage with a rocking performance. It was such a tough choice for Christina Aguilera; and even Adam Levine admitted, “That was like a musical a** whooping,
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The Voice Recap: Do You Believe in Life After Blake (After Blake) (After Blake)?

The Voice Recap: Do You Believe in Life After Blake (After Blake) (After Blake)?
Good news for NBC: If Blake Shelton ever decides he needs to sit out a season of The Voice — and heaven knows, at some point he probably will — the network has an obvious replacement part that should keep its reality-singing machine chugging along in fuel-efficient, ratings-potent fashion.

No, I’m not referring to Cee Lo’s red cotton rehearsal-room pajamas — riveting as they may be. The obvious Coach-in-Waiting can be described in a single syllable: Cher.

Related | The Voice: Ranking the Season 5 Top 20 Heading Into the Battle Rounds!

Yes, yes, yes, the “Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves” singer proved during
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'The Voice' recap: Can I get a witness to the Battle Rounds?

It's Day Two of the Battle Rounds in Season 5, "Voice" fans. If you didn't get a chance to see last night's battles, check out our recap. But we have another hour of battles tonight. Again, what are Battle Rounds? Coaches Adam LevineBlake SheltonChristina Aguilera and CeeLo Green each put one artist from their team of 20 against another, dueling with everything they've got until one is dismissed (unless another coach steals them for their team, and then everyone stays.) CeeLo and Adam haven't used a steal yet, and the previews say we're in for a good show. So, let's go. And did we mention Cher is in the house mentoring again? This can only be good.

Battle #1: Team Christina's Jacob Poole vs. Matthew Schuler (who was the recipient of the fastest four chair turn in show history.)

Ed Sheeran mentors the preachers' sons on "My Songs Know What
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Review: Mischa Barton's Romantic Thriller 'I Will Follow You Into The Dark' Is Neither Romantic Or Thrilling

I Will Follow You Into the Dark” heralds an interesting change in bad movie titling. Perhaps we have finally moved on from stealing song titles from the '60s, '70s, '80s, and even '90s, and commenced thievery from the 21st century. So long, “Something to Talk About,” “Pretty Woman,” and “My Girl”! Hello, “SexyBack,” “Idioteque,” and “Call Me Maybe”! Mark Edwin Robinson’s film turns to Ben Gibbard and Death Cab for Cutie for its title, and that is perhaps the first indicator that this heartbreak-tinged horror film will not be the most original of creations. It attempts to take the genre into a more romantic, spiritual direction, and while it does not succeed — on any level — it deserves credit for the attempt. (Admittedly, “I Will Follow You Into the Dark” is stronger than the film’s original title, “Into the Dark.”) Mischa Barton stars as — wait,
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DirecTV's Fall Doc Series 'Something to Talk About' Will Include Sean Penn-Centric Film 'Haiti Untold'

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DirecTV is bringing back Thandie Newton crime series "Rogue," it's first original scripted drama, for a second season, and it's also set to bring back "Something to Talk About," its documentary series presented in collaboration with Brainstorm Media and made up of films about socially and culturally relevant issues. The series will kick off in October with "Haiti Untold," featuring Sean Penn, and all of the films are exclusive television debuts which will air on the satellite provider's Audience Network as well as in select theaters. "Our viewers respond to intelligent, provocative programming and the films presented in the first season of 'Something to Talk About' really resonated with them," DirecTV's Chris Long said in the announcement. "We are thrilled provide our customers with another collection of these diverse films which touch upon some of today’s most relevant issues." Here's a look at the films, with descriptions courtesy of DirecTV.
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Name That Movie: Julia Roberts Edition

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Julia Roberts resurfaced on the red carpet and the big screen earlier this week when her new drama, August: Osage County, premiered at Tiff. It's refreshing to see her back in action, since her performance is so stirring, but it's not the only fantastic role she's had. From her humble beginnings as a pizza parlor waitress to her breakout role as a lady of the night to her Oscar-winning turn as a whip-smart legal clerk, Roberts can do it all. Test your knowledge of her filmography by seeing if you can guess which movies these images came from! Question 1 of 5 ? Name that movie: The Pelican Brief Something to Talk About Mystic Pizza Notting Hill
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Austin Film Festival Reveals 20th Anniversary Conference Slate

Austin Film Festival Reveals 20th Anniversary Conference Slate
The Austin Film Festival on Tuesday unveiled its 20th anniversary conference slate, also announcing Callie Khouri as the recipient of the distinguished screenwriter award. The Nashville creator, whose writing credits include Thelma and Louise and Something to Talk About, will accept her award at the fest's annual Awards Luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Austin Club. Past honorees have included Lawrence Kasdan, David Peoples, Frank Pierson, Eric Roth, Paul Schrader, Caroline Thompson, Bill Wittliff and Steven Zaillian. Among the panelists featured this year are Robert Rodriguez and Roberto Orci, discussing their El Rey collaboration; Jenji Kohan, David Shore, Terri

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