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Will Bo Dallas Join The Wyatt Family To Take Down Sting At WWE SummerSlam 2015?

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The original plans for Sting at SummerSlam was for him to team with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose against the reunited Wyatt Family trio of Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan. That’s not going to happen now because Rowan’s out of action for several months due to a torn biceps.

According to Wrestling Observer Radio, the six man tag is likely going to happen with somebody replacing Rowan.

There’s a lot of speculation about who the partner of the Wyatt Family will be with the obvious name being Bo Dallas just because he’s the real life brother of Bray. The problem with that is that WWE may not want to change Dallas because he’s got his own gimmick already. The other side of it is that his comedy heel gimmick isn’t really going to get him that far, so a change could be good for him.
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Watch James Avery Talk About Voicing Shredder in the Ninja Turtles Cartoon

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Watch James Avery Talk About Voicing Shredder in the Ninja Turtles Cartoon
As pop-culture obsessives and children of the 1990s mourn the passing of James Avery, aka Uncle Phil from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, it's important to remember that Avery was the soul of another iconic '90s character. He was the voice of Shredder on the animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, and we can never, ever forget that. Avery should have won The Sixth Man award for '80s television (an award we just made up). He guested on a wide swath of the decade's most iconic TV shows, including Webster, The Dukes of Hazzard, St. Elsewhere, Moonlighting, L.A. Law,
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Wamg Interview – Daniel Blake Smith: Writer/Producer of Impact: After The Crash – Sliff 2013

Daniel Blake Smith is a writer and filmmaker who loves to tell true, compelling American stories. Raised in the north Texas town of Wolfe City, and educated at Oklahoma State University and the University of Virginia (where he received his doctorate in American history), Smith is the author of several books, most recently a new book about the epic internal battles in Indian country that culminated in the epic tragedy of forced removal: An American Betrayal: Cherokee Patriots and the Trail of Tears. He’s also the co-author of a critical narrative story about early Virginia, The Shipwreck That Saved Jamestown . Formerly a professor of American History at the University of Kentucky, Smith now lives in St. Louis where he writes books and makes films.

Daniel Blake Smith’s latest project is as writer and producer of the documentary Impact: After The Crash. The film, directed by Jason Epperson, is the story of the Carrollton,
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Film Review: ‘Cbgb’

Film Review: ‘Cbgb’
A seminal moment in New York’s musical counterculture gets the biopic it certainly didn’t deserve in “Cbgb,” which transforms the glory days of Hilly Kristal’s Bowery punk/No Wave club into exactly the sort of moldy sitcom one might expect from writer-director Randall Miller (a veteran of the middling, mid-‘90s Disney comedies “Houseguest” and “The Sixth Man”). Having the added misfortune of arriving in the same season as the Coen brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis,” Miller’s pic suggests what that fractured valentine to the 1960s Greenwich Village folk scene might have looked like decked out in a parade of guest stars lip-syncing to golden oldies, and as much period atmosphere as the John Varvatos store that now stands on Cbgb’s hallowed ground. Upstart indie XLRator is giving the pic a limited theatrical run following a month-long ultra VOD run on DirecTV.

Since leaving the studio fold a decade ago,
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TNT's King & Maxwell: Could It Be a Page-Turner?

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TNT's King & Maxwell: Could It Be a Page-Turner?
TNT’s ever-robust summertime slate continued to unspool on Monday night with the premiere King & Maxwell, a drama inspired by a series of David Baldacci novels. But will the TV version prove to be a page-turner?

Ratings | Falling Skies Returns Steady

The light drama stars Jon Tenney (The Closer) and Rebecca Romijn (Ugly Betty) as the titular Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, former Secret Service agents who now work as private eyes after setbacks in their previous jobs (in the form of an assassination and a kidnapping, respectively).

In the series opener (which was loosely based on Baldacci’s The Sixth Man
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Jon Tenney of TNT's 'King & Maxwell': It's good to be the King

Clearly, TNT loves Jon Tenney.

And the feeling is mutual, since the actor has worked for the cable network for the better part of the past decade. After his long run as FBI Special Agent Fritz Howard -- longtime friend and eventual husband of Kyra Sedgwick's Brenda Leigh Johnson on "The Closer," a role he's occasionally reprised on the spinoff "Major Crimes" -- Tenney launches a new TNT crime drama as "King & Maxwell" premieres Monday (June 10).

He and Rebecca Romijn play Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, former Secret Service agents now partnered as private detectives. The characters originated in best sellers by David Baldacci ("Absolute Power"), and they're odd-couple opposites: He's more refined while she's the street-wise one.

Michael O'Keefe ("Caddyshack") and Chris Butler co-star as FBI operatives in the show that includes Shane Brennan ("NCIS," "NCIS: Los Angeles") among its executive producers.

The friendly Tenney says his conversations
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Marlon Wayans -- Steve Nash is Too Old And Busted to Save the Lakers

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Marlon Wayans pissed all over Lakers fans celebrating the Steve Nash pickup by declaring the former league Mvp will be nothing more than an elderly cheerleader for the purple and gold.Just a few hours after Nash -- aka 'Messiah 2.0' -- signed his deal with the Lakers, Wayans summed up the trade for the 38-year-old point guard by saying, "Steve Nash is a dead man. He's getting back massages at half court ... getting ice packs on.
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Richard Pryor Biopic Begins Shooting in the Fall

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The long talked about Richard Pryor biopic, tentatively titled Richard Pryor: Is It Something I Said?, begins shooting in the fall with Marlon Wayans tackling the gigantic (and possibly future Oscar-nominated) role. Originally, Eddie Murphy was supposed to play Pryor, but in October of last year, he was taken out and replaced with Wayans [1], best known for the first two Scary Movie films as well as the offensively horrible White Chicks. According to Mark Gordon, one of the producers of the film (others include Chris Rock and Jennifer Lee Pryor, Richard's widow), Eddie Murphy brought along too much baggage to the role, which pretty much amounts to audiences not being able to disconnect from the Murphy they know in order to buy him as Richard Pryor. Marlon Wayans is an interesting choice though, and a casting announcement I missed so this came as a surprise to me. I cannot
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