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Watch All the 2018 Horror Movie Trailers We Have So Far

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Call it the horrenaissance - horror movies are all the rage right now. Sure, frightfests have never really gone out of style, but 2017 has felt like perhaps the biggest horror movie boom since the late 1990s, which saw the release of such flicks as the first two Scream movies, The Blair Witch Project, Halloween: H20, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and Lake Placid. The box office earnings support that theory. According to film stat site The Numbers, 2017 horror movies, led by It and Get Out, have grossed nearly a billion dollars, which is on par with what horror movies grossed in 2014, 2015, and 2016 combined - and 2017 isn't even over. But 2018 doesn't look to be slowing down on the horror front. It features the latest movies in several popular franchises, like Insidious, The Strangers, and The Purge, plus the highly anticipated Slender Man and the "final" film in the Halloween
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Cheers for tears! How Dawson's Creek helped teen TV get emotional

From the Oc to Riverdale, the erudite 90s phenomenon changed the face of pop culture – and spawned the ultimate emotional meme

• Read a ‘lost’ page of Dawson’s Creek’s script

No matter how old you are, no matter how untouched by human emotion you pretend to be, it is going to happen to you. You are going to develop feelings for a soapy TV drama aimed at American teens. If your formative television watching years occurred in the 90s, there were innumerable opportunities to develop unexpected infatuations: this was the decade of My So-Called Life, Party of Five, Felicity, Buffy and – rising like a phoenix above all its angsty contemporaries – Dawson’s Creek.

In the late 90s, screenwriter Kevin Williamson was being hailed for his part in reinvigorating the horror genre with his smart, sarcastic, self-aware scripts for the hugely profitable Scream series, I Know What You Did Last Summer and The Faculty.
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Shawn Mendes Reveals the Age He Lost His Virginity — but Stays Mum on the Last Celeb He Kissed

Shawn Mendes Reveals the Age He Lost His Virginity — but Stays Mum on the Last Celeb He Kissed
Shawn Mendes only has so much “Mercy.”

The singer found himself answering intimate questions during a radio interview on The Edge in New Zealand on Friday. If he chose not to disclose, one of the radio hosts received an electric shock via clamps attached to his nipples.

To prevent the painful punishment for the host, Mendes revealed that he lost his virginity at the age of 16. He also announced that the oldest woman he’s had sex with was 25, also admitting that he was 19 at the time of the encounter, meaning it was within the past three months as he turned 19 in August.
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Camila Mendes Is Begging Twitter To Stop Thinking She’s A Camila Cabello/Shawn Mendes Fan Account

  • ET Canada
Riverdale” star Camila Mendes has a message for the Twitterverse, and it’s to stop thinking she’s a fan account for the relationship between singers Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes. Fans have been dying for a romance between Cabello and the Canadian cutie ever since their 2015 hit “I Know What You Did Last Summer”, including […]
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Happy Death Day Slashes Past $100 Million at the Box Office

Happy Death Day Slashes Past $100 Million at the Box Office
Blumhouse's Happy Death Day has passed the $100 million mark worldwide and is continuing to earn money. Directed by Christopher Landon, Happy Death Day is the third original movie from Blumhouse in 2017. It joins blockbuster movies Split and Get Out, which have grossed $278.3 million and $253.4 million, respectively, worldwide. The latter has received five Independent Spirit Awards nominations. A lot has been said about box office woes this year, but some movies have been able to break through and earn some major profits, Happy Death Day now being one of them.

One of the biggest stories in the entertainment industry this year besides the stories of sexual misconduct has been the dismal year at the box office. Variety dubbed it "officially the worst in over a decade," while others claim that it's been the worst year at the box office in over 2 decades. While there have been some success stories, the horror
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'Search Party' Season 2: TV Review

When TBS' Search Party premiered last fall, I went out on an intellectual limb and described the tone-hopping series as "Michelangelo Antonioni's L'Avventura as a Brooklyn-set single-camera comedy."

Season two is premiering on Sunday (November 19) night (with two episodes, rather than in its entirety) and, to go out on less of an intellectual limb, I'd say the first six episodes of the new arc are more like a hipster comic version of I Know What You Did Last Summer, a bit like HBO's Bored to Death if somebody had, literally, been bored to death and the other characters had...
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Scream Queen Jennifer Love Hewitt's Quiet Life: Inside Her World Out of the Hollywood Spotlight

Scream Queen Jennifer Love Hewitt's Quiet Life: Inside Her World Out of the Hollywood Spotlight
Jennifer Love Hewitt is off the grid. Well, not the grid-grid. She's still a proponent of electricity and internet service, and she even joined Instagram in August. But since appearing on Criminal Minds for one season, she has taken a decisive step back from the Hollywood scene, focusing on family life with husband Brian Hallisay and their two young children, daughter Autumn and son Atticus. We couldn't help but think of the actress this month when the 20th anniversary of I Know What You Did Last Summer scared us all over again on Oct. 17—and just in time for Halloween. Hewitt marked the nostalgic milestone on social media but otherwise didn't pop up to...
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Torrey DeVitto

Torrey DeVitto is an actress, musician, and former model, She was born in New York on June 8, 1984. She began her career as an actress in 2003 when she landed small roles in ‘Scrubs’ and ‘Dawson’s Creek’. Her first appearance in a movie was in 2005 when she played Maura in ‘Starcrossed’. Her big break came when she played the lead role of Zoe Warner in ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’. She has since established a successful acting career and she is now best-known for playing Maggie Hall in ‘Army Wives’ and Dr. Natalie Manning in ‘Chicago

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Torrey DeVitto
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Your Alternative Halloween Viewing Guide: Hidden Horror Gems to Make Movie Night Frighteningly Fun

Your Alternative Halloween Viewing Guide: Hidden Horror Gems to Make Movie Night Frighteningly Fun
Every Halloween, when you want to check out a horror movie to get your heart racing, or a hilarious scary movie send-up to celebrate the holiday with laughs, everybody seems to cycle back to some of the same old classics.

While the slasher movies we've all come to know and love are classics for a reason (see: Halloween, I Know What You Did Last Summer or Scream), it’s fun to dive a little deeper into the realm of obscure horror, where some of the truly great fright flicks hide in the shadows.

Check out Et’s suggestions for some of the great lesser-known gems of spooky cinema with this year's alternative Halloween viewing guide:

Vampire Movies

Typical Fare: Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Lost Boys, From Dusk Till Dawn

Alternative Option: Let the Right One In

This thoughtful Swedish horror tale, directed by Tomas Alfredson, is an entirely unique take on the well-trod territory of vampire
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The ‘Halloween’ Franchise Ranked From the Worst to Best Slash

The ‘Halloween’ Franchise Ranked From the Worst to Best Slash
There was no way to predict that a low-budget, independent horror movie with a no-name cast would go on to become one of the most influential films in cinematic history. But 40 years ago, John Carpenter built the framework for one of the most successful franchises ever and helped create the “slasher” genre with the 1978 smash Halloween.

In the ensuing years, Michael Myers (aka The Shape) became one of culture’s preeminent boogeymen, Carpenter’s haunting theme continued to set an ominous mood and the fictional town of Haddonfield dealt with a serious body count problem. While the motivations for Michael’s actions grew more convoluted, he remained a terrifying force four decades later.

Now, with a new Halloween in the works from director David Gordon Green and writer Danny McBride, featuring original star Jamie Lee Curtis as the ultimate survivor, Et decided it was time to look back on the franchise to determine which film is a dull
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‘Tragedy Girls’: The Cast Reveals How the Film Is Every Family’s Worst Nightmare (Exclusive)

‘Tragedy Girls’: The Cast Reveals How the Film Is Every Family’s Worst Nightmare (Exclusive)
How far would you go for social media followers? It’s a question many millennials have probably asked themselves -- but hopefully, they won’t go as far as the leads of the upcoming horror-comedy Tragedy Girls.

The film tells the story of two death-obsessed teenage girls who embark on a killing spree in their small town to draw attention to their social media accounts, and its two stars, Brianna Hildebrand and Alexandra Shipp, spoke with Et about how frighteningly close to reality this concept is.

“I don’t think it’s that far-fetched,” Shipp admitted. “I think this generation is moving toward something like this in a sense.”

“It definitely says a lot about the power of social media,” Hildebrand agreed. “It is definitely not too far off to think a young person would do something like this for likes and attention.”

“I think it only takes one person to go that far,” Shipp added.

In the
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I Know What You Did Last Summer Turns 20: See the Cast Then and Now

I Know What You Did Last Summer Turns 20: See the Cast Then and Now
Just in time for Halloween, I Know What You Did Last Summer turned 20. Directed by Jim Gillespie, the classic slasher movie was a big break for many stars. For instance, Johnny Galecki, who played Max Neurick in the film, went on to star as Leonard Hofstadter in the hit series The Big Bang Theory, and Sarah Michelle Gellar, who played Helen Shivers, went on to play Buffy Summers in the popular TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was also a big film for stars Ryan Phillippe, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Freddie Prinze Jr. Besides launching some of these stars' careers, the movie sparked a bit of romance. Prinze, who played Ray Bronson, ended up marrying Gellar in 2002. Although the two didn't play...
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‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’: Looking Back on the Slasher Classic 20 Years Later

‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’: Looking Back on the Slasher Classic 20 Years Later
With Halloween quickly approaching, horror fans everywhere are in search of the next great scary movie. While 2017 has been a phenomenal year for the genre -- with standouts like Split, Annabelle: Creation, It and Get Out -- audiences need only to look back on the late ’90s slasher era for some of horror’s best thrills.

The genre was more popular than ever thanks to the colossal success of Scream in 1996, with almost every major film studio attempting to recreate that same magic. Soon, everything from Urban Legends to a new installment of Halloween with Jamie Lee Curtis followed. Between 1996 and 2000, the horror genre was at an all-time high. So high, it almost became hard to keep track of them all.

But one slasher film in particular stands out among the rest: I Know What You Did Last Summer, which came out 20 years ago on Oct. 17, 1997.

It’s not all that surprising, given the screenplay
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‘Megyn Kelly Today’ Premiere: Unremarkable Start Leaves Viewers Wondering What’s The Point of All This

‘Megyn Kelly Today’ Premiere: Unremarkable Start Leaves Viewers Wondering What’s The Point of All This
Psst, Megyn Kelly: I know what you did last summer. And last year. And the year before that.

NBC’s attempt to give the former Fox News host an extreme non-partisan makeover got off to a bumpy start earlier this year, as Kelly’s primetime newsmagazine “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” drew fire for lackluster chats with Vladimir Putin and Alex Jones, both controversial figures intent on undermining American democracy.

It was a lose-lose situation for Kelly, who has alienated both sides of the political aisle: The left, by years of race baiting on Fox News; the right, by disavowing those Fox years (ironically, just before racism became a cornerstone of the new presidential administration).

Read More:How the Alex Jones Debacle Has Exposed NBC’s $18 Million Megyn Kelly Problem

Kelly had a lot of baggage to unpack in her move to 30 Rock, which made Monday’s premiere of “Megyn Kelly Today
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‘Megyn Kelly Today’ Premiere: Unremarkable Start Leaves Viewers Wondering What’s The Point of All This

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‘Megyn Kelly Today’ Premiere: Unremarkable Start Leaves Viewers Wondering What’s The Point of All This
Psst, Megyn Kelly: I know what you did last summer. And last year. And the year before that.

NBC’s attempt to give the former Fox News host an extreme non-partisan makeover got off to a bumpy start earlier this year, as Kelly’s primetime newsmagazine “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” drew fire for lackluster chats with Vladimir Putin and Alex Jones, both controversial figures intent on undermining American democracy.

It was a lose-lose situation for Kelly, who has alienated both sides of the political aisle: The left, by years of race baiting on Fox News; the right, by disavowing those Fox years (ironically, just before racism became a cornerstone of the new presidential administration).

Read More:How the Alex Jones Debacle Has Exposed NBC’s $18 Million Megyn Kelly Problem

Kelly had a lot of baggage to unpack in her move to 30 Rock, which made Monday’s premiere of “Megyn Kelly Today
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Neal Moritz Signs First-Look Deal With Paramount

Neal Moritz Signs First-Look Deal With Paramount
Paramount Pictures has signed a multi-year, first-look agreement with Neal H. Moritz’s Original Film production company starting in 2019.

The pact, which covers feature films, means the Moritz, best known for the “Fast and Furious” franchise, is leaving his longtime home with Sony Pictures.

The signing was announced Wednesday by chairman and chief executive officer Jim Gianopulos. It’s the second major signing by Paramount in recent weeks following an agreement with Graham King to base his Gk Films with the studio.

The commencement of the first look deal begins on Jan. 1, 2019, at the expiration of Moritz’s contract with Sony Pictures. Until then, Moritz and Paramount have a second-look deal effective immediately.

Gianopulos said, “Neal and I have known each other for many years and he is one of the greatest storytellers and producers in our industry, building franchises that have a tremendous impact on the worldwide box office. This
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‘Fast and Furious’ Producer Neal Moritz Signs First Look Deal With Paramount

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Neal Moritz’s Original Film has inked a multi-year first look deal with Paramount Pictures that will start in 2019, the studio announced Wednesday. The deal will begin on January 1, 2019, upon the expiration of Original Film’s current deal with Sony. Before that, Paramount will have a second look arrangement starting now. Moritz is the producer behind the “Fast and Furious” and “xXx” franchises. He also produced “21 and 22 Jump Street,” the “I Know What You Did Last Summer” film series, as well as “I Am Legend,” “Goosebumps,” “Cruel Intentions,” “Click,” “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Passengers.” Moritz has also executive produced...
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Sarah Michelle Gellar Shares Sweet Video Montage for 15th Anniversary with Husband Freddie Prinze Jr.

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Sarah Michelle Gellar Shares Sweet Video Montage for 15th Anniversary with Husband Freddie Prinze Jr.
Happy anniversary to these two lovebirds!

Sarah Michelle Gellar took to Instagram on Friday to share a loving video montage commemorating her 15th wedding anniversary with husband Freddie Prinze Jr.

The video begins with a photo from their wedding day in 2002, and depicts photos of the couple throughout the years.

“My husband thinks I’m crazy, but I’m not the one who married me,” Gellar, 40, cheekily wrote in the caption. “#happyanniversary @realfreddieprinze 15 years!!”

From Pen: Jada Pinkett Smith Talks Celebrating 20 Years with Will Smith

Gellar and Prinze married in 2002, and share 7-year-old Charlotte Grace and 5-year-old Rocky James. The
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Here's Proof That Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr.'s 15-Year Marriage Is Sweeter Than Ever

Here's Proof That Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr.'s 15-Year Marriage Is Sweeter Than Ever
There are Hollywood couples and then there is Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. For 15 years, the famous pair has managed to escape constant breakup rumors and media scrutiny. Instead, this husband and wife duo has developed a strong family unit that includes two growing kids. Of course the couple can be spotted walking red carpets every so often. And Sarah loves a good Instagram post to gush over her hubby—who has turned into quite the cook. But through all the movie projects and play dates, these two have managed to win over fans' hearts with their irresistible love. After first meeting while filming the 1997 movie I Know What You Did Last Summer, the pair agreed to a...
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