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New Godzilla Anime Coming from Netflix & Toho

In recent years, monster fans have heard the mighty roar of the radioactive reptile, and the King of the Monsters shows no signs of slowing down, as Netflix and Toho are now teaming up for a new anime Godzilla project.

The Godzilla anime will be released globally on Netflix after a Japanese theatrical release via Toho. An exact release date and trailer have not yet been revealed, but you can check out concept art from the anime below, via the official site.

Press Release: Tokyo, Japan 13 March 2017 - Netflix, the world’s leading Internet television network, today announced an exciting addition to its slate, an original Japanese animation based on the Godzilla character, which will have its exclusive premiere on Netflix worldwide following a Toho theatrical release in Japan.

The first-ever high quality animation of the iconic global monster franchise is set to offer an epic re-imagining of the Godzilla world of the future.
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Bones Season 12 Episode 2 Review: The Brain in the Bot

  • TVfanatic
Are we on the verge of the Bot-apocalyspe? Will artificial intelligence take over the world and find humans unnecessary?

No, we’re not talking about a bad sci-fi movie, we’re talking about Bones Season 12 Episode 2.

In Ami’s defense, she was kind of cute, for a robot. I loved the way she could read a person’s body language and facial expressions and determine what they were feeling.

Can they make an app for that? What if we could all scan one another and know what someone is feeling instead of having to guess? I just don’t know if that would help us understand one another better or cause more hurt feelings than it avoids.

If anything, this installment showed that technology in itself is not good or bad, it’s how humans choose to use it.

Ian’s artificial intelligence could have been made into robots to help autistic children,
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Ricky Harris, Actor and Comedian, Passes Away at 54

Ricky Harris, Actor and Comedian, Passes Away at 54
Over the past few days, the entertainment community has lost legends such as Carrie Fisher and George Michael, but fans are also mourning the loss of another talented entertainer who might not be quite as well known. Ricky Harris, a comedian and actor who may be best known for playing Malvo on the TV series Everybody Hates Chris, passed away after suffering a heart attack. While he may not have been a household name, he had a huge impact on the hip-hop community, with several prominent hip-hop artists paying their respects through social media.

The Hollywood Reporter confirmed the actor passed away from a heart attack through his manager, Cindy Ambers. The actor's manager also revealed to other news outlets such as the Los Angeles Times that her client had another heart attack two years ago, although no other details about his passing were given. Ricky Harris grew up in Long Beach,
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Ricky Harris, ‘Heat’ and ‘Dope’ Actor, Dies at 54

Ricky Harris, ‘Heat’ and ‘Dope’ Actor, Dies at 54
Comedian and actor Ricky Harris died on Monday, December 26, after suffering a heart attack, according to his manager Cindy Ambers. He was 54.

Best known for his roles in “Heat” and “Dope,” he was born January 26, 1962 and raised in Long Beach, California. He first made a name for himself as a performer on HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam” and became known for his racy stand-up comedy.

Harris made his acting debut in the 1993 film starring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur, “Poetic Justice,” and then went on to have roles in the TV series “Moesha,” “Murder Was The Case,” “Bones” and “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.” He was also known as Malvo in Chris Rocks’ “Everybody Hates Chris” and mostly recently completed work on the action thriller “Check Point,” out January 20.

During his career he collaborated with Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Dr. Dre on hip-hop records. His
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Ricky Harris Dies: Actor & Comedian Was 54

Actor, producer and comedian Ricky Harris died on Monday at the age of 54, according to his manager Cindy Ambers. The official cause of death is unknown, but Ambers told the Los Angeles Times that Harris suffered a heart attack two years ago. Harris' film and television credits include: 1993's Poetic Justice, in which he had a role alongside Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur; 1994's Murder Was the Case; Michael Mann's crime film Heat and Moesha. Further credits included Bones
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Ricky Harris Dies: Actor & Comedian Was 54

Ricky Harris Dies: Actor & Comedian Was 54
Actor, producer and comedian Ricky Harris died on Monday at the age of 54, according to his manager Cindy Ambers. The official cause of death is unknown, but Ambers told the Los Angeles Times that Harris suffered a heart attack two years ago. Harris' film and television credits include: 1993's Poetic Justice, in which he had a role alongside Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur; 1994's Murder Was the Case; Michael Mann's crime film Heat and Moesha. Further credits included Bones
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Empire Casts Young Cookie and Lucious

Empire Casts Young Cookie and Lucious
Season 3 of Fox’s Empire, as previously reported, will shed some light on the childhood of Cookie and Lucious — and now we know what their younger selves look like.

RelatedTaye Diggs Joins Empire Season 3 in Obama-Infused Role

Per our sister site Deadline, Ajiona Alexus (The Rickey Smiley Show) will in flashbacks play Cookie as a teenager “whose Catholic school uniform can’t hide ‘the Cookie spark.’”

Newcomer Jeremy “Not the Supernatural Producer” Carver, meanwhile, has been cast as young Lucious, who back in the day coupled a great voice with “a bad-boy edge” that made Cookie crumble a bit.
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Bones Season 11 Episode 20 Review: The Stiff in the Cliff

Cases that involve the Jeffersonian employees can be either hit or miss.

"The Stiff in the Cliff" that was the focus of Bones Season 11 Episode 20 was a hit. 

While I'm skeptical of any reasoning that would have kept Dr. Clark Edison from putting such a prestigious and chat-worthy experience onto his resume, at least it made sense that someone studying as he was would have joined that type of archeological team.

It was even fun how the case was introduced, with Brennan and Christine watching TV, even though mom and dad had already decided no TV on school nights.

Christine: What's cannibalize?

Brennan: Sweetheart, it's just when people eat other people.

Permalink: Sweetheart, it's just when people eat other people. Added: June 23, 2016

Nobody can ever say Christine will be lacking in her education!

Considering Brennan ran out of the house like her pants were on fire in excitement after getting
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News Bits: Bourne, Map, Pets, Rise, Warcraft

Jason Bourne

Matt Damon spent Monday in Woolwich, south east London, filming scenes from the upcoming "Jason Bourne" film. The scene featured Greek-language signs and transformed some of the streets into a bustling Greek cityscape, check out the link for heaps of photos of Damon shooting his scenes. The film is currently targeting a July 29th release date. [Source: The Daily Mail]

Map of Bones

"Black Panther" scribe Joe Robert Cole has come onboard to pen the script for "Map of Bones," the film adaptation of the James Rollins 2005 novel for Lionsgate. John Sacchi, Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen are producing.

The story centers on the bones of the three Magi who paid homage to the newborn Jesus Christ. The story starts at a crowded service in Germany when armed intruders in monks' robes unleash a nightmare of destruction, and its up to a covert branch of the U.S. Defense department to discover the truth.
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Scream Queens' Other Red Devil Talks [Spoiler]'s Reign of Terror at Kappa

Scream Queens' Other Red Devil Talks [Spoiler]'s Reign of Terror at Kappa
Warning: The following Q&A contains major spoilers for the Scream Queens season finale. If you haven’t watched, turn back now.

A few words of advice to all future Kappa Kappa Tau sisters: When a serial killer starts terrorizing your campus, you should definitely turn a suspicious eye on the sorority member who’s obsessed with death.

In the second hour of Tuesday’s two-part Scream Queens finale, Lea Michele‘s Hester was revealed to be the other baby in the bathtub and the mastermind behind Wallace University’s Red Devil killings. (For a full recap of the season ender,
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Halloween 2015 Countdown: 'Demon Knight' - Ernest Dickerson’s Cult Horror Classic - Is Now on Blu-ray

One of the things I really like about director Ernest Dickerson is that he has no qualms nor shame about being considered a "genre” director - the term used for directors who specialize in genres such as horror, suspense and action. Take a look at his very impressive and extensive list of directing jobs in both films and television, and you'll see credits such as "Surviving The Game," "Bones," "Never Die alone," "The 4400," "Under the Dome," and "Dexter." And I don’t need to tell you about his stellar work on the AMC's "The Walking Dead" for which has directed several episodes, many considered the most...
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Ernest Dickerson’s Horror “Cult” Classic - 'Demon Knight' - Coming to Blu-ray in October (Support Your Black Horror Film Director)

One of the things I really like about director Ernest Dickerson is that he has no qualms nor shame about being considered a "genre” director - the term used for directors who specialize in genres such as horror, suspense and action. Take a look at his very impressive and extensive list of directing jobs in both films and television, and you'll see credits such as "Surviving The Game," "Bones," "Never Die alone," "The 4400," "Under the Dome," and "Dexter." And I don’t need to tell you about his stellar work on the AMC's "The Walking Dead" for which has directed several episodes, many considered the most...
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‘Crime Wave’ is an under-appreciated gem

Crime Wave

Written and directed by John Paizs

1985, Canada

A married couple attempt to rob a house while making a door-to-door sales call: one pitches the customer, the other fakes a trip to the washroom and searches for valuables. When their cover is blown, the husband bludgeons the man to death with a glass candy dish, and sticks a broom in the woman’s wheelchair spokes before ramming Milk-Bones down her throat. What villains! And all in the name of becoming the top sales team in the nation—that is until they’re gunned down by police at the National Sales Awards ceremony: a pitch-perfect ending to their violent crime wave.

The above is one of many zany and creative ideas Steven Penny (played by writer, director, producer, John Paizs) has for a color crime film he wants to make. The only problem is that he has no middle.
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TV’s New and Returning Show Premieres: ‘Walking Dead,’ ‘Htgawm,’ ‘Blacklist’

  • The Wrap
DVRs at the ready: ShondaLand returns, James Spader’s “Red” Reddington puts in a post-Super Bowl appearance, next wave of AMC’s zombie apocalypse is imminent

Tis the season to be glued to your couch as networks unleash mid-season premieres of returning shows — including Shonda Rhimes‘s ABC line up of “How to Get Away With Murder,” “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” which returns Thursday, Jan. 28 — and new offerings like AMC’s “Breaking Bad” prequel “Better Call Saul,” due Sunday, Feb. 8.

Monday, Jan. 26

“Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations” – Travel Channel

Tuesday, Jan. 27

Sirens” – USA Network

Also Read: ‘Suits’ Returning to USA Network
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The Best TV Episodes of 2014, Part 5

Boardwalk Empire, “Devil You Know

Written by Howard Korder

Directed by Jeremy Podeswa

Aired October 12, 2014

After four seasons of deliberately paced, character-based storytelling, Boardwalk Empire wasn’t going to change its approach in its final truncated season. Instead of introducing new intrigues or foes, the series used much of its time to reflect on the paths that brought Nucky and the other main characters to this point and to say an extended goodbye to the people and world of the show. With Nucky facing off against well known historical figures, an air of doom pervades much of the final episodes before they reach their poetic, but inevitable conclusion. More intriguing is the antepenultimate episode, “Devil You Know”, which says goodbye to two of the series’ most colorful characters and powerful actors, Michael Shannon’s George Mueller/Nelson Van Alden and Michael K. WilliamsChalky White. Shannon’s intense and frequently
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Update: 'The Interview' Available on VOD Today, Plus a Full List of Theaters... If You Actually Want to See It

Update: According to CNN's Brian Stelter and confirmed by Sony (via Huffington Post), audiences choosing to stay home over the holiday will be able to rent ($6) or buy ($15) the film from various online streaming outlets starting at 1:00 Pm Et today, as in December 24, via SeeTheInterview.com.

Sony Confirms: "The Interview" will be available for rental through YouTube, Google Play, Microsoft's Xbox Video, etc. Today. At 1pm Et.

Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) December 24, 2014 The original post follows... In the wake of controversy and fallout, which culminated in scrapping the Christmas Day release of its high profile Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy The Interview, Sony announced its revised release plans for the film yesterday. As a Christmas gift of sorts to fans clamoring to see the controversial film, Sony is releasing The Interview into some 300 theaters starting tomorrow morning. In addition, CNN Money reports Google will stream the film as an
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‘The Interview’ Release: List Of Theaters Set To Show The Film

  • Deadline
Refresh for latest… Here’s a list of theaters confirmed to be showing Sony’s The Interview on Christmas Day after the studio worked with indie chains on a release plan finalized this morning. The venues have a deadline of 6 Pm Pt today to decide whether to run the movie on December 25, as Sony must send theaters the movie hard drives in time to make Christmas Day screenings. Some theaters are booking the film for later in the month or into January, so that deadline isn’t looming as large. As of 4 Pm, more than 200 theaters had signed on.

This is all happening fast so this list will continue to grow. We’re hearing that there are still internal discussions among art houses about whether to add the pic to their schedules, with security and previous commitments among the concerns. Some of the theaters had planned to be dark on Christmas Day,
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Where Can You See 'The Interview'? Here's the Full List

  • Moviefone
After Sony announced Tuesday that it would reverse its decision to cancel the Christmas Day release of "The Interview," dozens of independent theaters across the country made plans to show the flick.

Various media outlets have been reporting the locations that are said to be screening the film, and we're compiling them here. Below is the list so far, which we'll update as more information rolls in.

All locations are showing the movie beginning December 25, unless otherwise noted.

Where To See "The Interview" (via the movie's Facebook page):

Al Andalusia - Clark Theatre 3

Al Birmingham - Edge 12

Al Boaz - Boaz Cinema 9

Al Enterprise - Clark Cinema 1 & 2

Al Fort Payne - Fort Payne Cinemas 6

Al Greenville - Edge Cinema 8

Al Huntsville - Madison Square Stadium 8

Al Troy - Continental Cinema 6

Ar Cabot - Silver Screen Cinemas 8

Ar El Dorado - Stars Cinema 6

Ar Hot Springs - Behind The Mall
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Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The 200th in the 10th'

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Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The 200th in the 10th'
The highly celebrated 200th episode of ?Bones? is a farcical romp reminiscent of the cinematography and aesthetic of Hitchcock?s North by Northwest and the chemistry-ridden repartee of McTiernan?s The Thomas Crown Affair during which, Brennan is reimagined as an officer with the Lapd while Booth is one of the best jewel thieves in the business. All other Bones universe personalities are repurposed as maids, photojournalists, lounge singers, destitute playboys, waiters, museum paleontologists, getaway pilots and secretaries in a dreamscape dramedy that serves as a love letter from the Bones fairies to their 17 million fans worldwide who have stuck by them through a decade of love and loyalty. Here are our favorite moments from the momentous event.

For more on what happened check out the recap, Bones 200th Episode and Mid-Season Finale Recap: Brennan and Booth Shine as Hollywood Royalty.
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Salem Review: Wgn’s Witchy Tale Rewrites History

Witches being the new vampires, Wgn (now rebranded as Wgn America, the station you once knew for Chicago Cubs games and Law & Order reruns), has jumped on the witch wagon for its first original scripted series, Salem. It is one of two shows the network ordered straight-to-series (a risky move, meaning there's no pilot). The other is Manhattan, a period piece about the creation of the atom bomb. Additionally, the network has a high-profile miniseries The 10 Commandments planned, which is set to include many well-known actors and filmmakers, such as Michael Cera, Wes Craven, Lee Daniels and Gus Van Sant. Of these projects, Salem may be the weakest to put out front first, but its bizarre mix of violence, sex and the supernatural could find an audience more easily than first appears. Hit the jump for more. Salem takes place in the late 17th century in Salem, Massachusetts, at the
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