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Fox 2015-16 Season Ratings (updated 7/26/16)

11 hours ago | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Last year, Fox launched 10 new shows and ended up cancelling most of them. How will the network do in the ratings this time around? Stay tuned.How do the execs decide what to cancel or keep? They look at a lot of different factors but the ratings play a very large role. The higher the ratings, the better chances a show has of surviving.Fox shows this season (so far): American Grit, American Idol, Bob's Burgers, Bones, Bordertown, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life, Coupled, Empire, Family Guy, Gotham, Grandfathered, The Grinder, Hell's Kitchen, Home Free, Hotel Hell, The Last Man on Earth, Lucifer, MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, Minority Report, New Girl, Rosewood, Scream Queens, Second Chance, The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, So You Think You Can Dance, Wayward Pines, World's Funniest, and The X-Files.Read More… »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Blame by Simon Mayo review

20 July 2016 9:12 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew Published Date  Thursday, July 21, 2016 - 05:09

When Steven Spielberg came to make his film of Minority Report, the instruction he gave to his production designers was to make use of existing buildings and make them just look a little older. That, just because the story was set in the future, he reasoned we still lived in buildings 100 years old, and that ethos wouldn’t be any different in many decades time.

Simon Mayo’s latest novel, Blame, utilises a similar approach. The world he sets his slightly futuristic story in is eerily familiar, probably even more so than when he started writing the book. He uses familiar names and locations. He has a tootle down the motorway at one point. There’s much of modern Britain here, just framed from a slightly different angle.

We’re in a dystopia of sorts, where society’s thirsting for scapegoats and »

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Review: ‘Stranger Things’ is Still Waiting for Something New, To Make It Feel Alive

15 July 2016 12:05 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

During the buildup to “Stranger Things,” the Indiana-set Netflix original series was a bit hard to describe. Sure, it was about a group of kids searching for their missing friend who disappeared under suspicious circumstances, but what kind of show was it? “Was it a horror show? A kids’ show? A drama with kids but made for adults? Sci-fi that looked like a drama? Could my kids watch it? But would I like it? Wait — is that Winona Ryder?”

Well, after watching just a few minutes of The Duffer Brothers’ (as Matt and Ross Duffer dub themselves) eight-episode original series, it’s immediately clear what it is: It’s the PG-rated ’80s movie that would land a PG-13 today — your “Jaws,” “Indiana Jones,” and, yes, “E.T.” and 1977’s “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.”

The latter two examples are what the brothers draw from specifically (those and, oddly enough, “Halloween »

- Ben Travers

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Review: ‘Stranger Things’ is Still Waiting for Something New, To Make It Feel Alive

15 July 2016 12:05 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

During the buildup to “Stranger Things,” the Indiana-set Netflix original series was a bit hard to describe. Sure, it was about a group of kids searching for their missing friend who disappeared under suspicious circumstances, but what kind of show was it? “Was it a horror show? A kids’ show? A drama with kids but made for adults? Sci-fi that looked like a drama? Could my kids watch it? But would I like it? Wait — is that Winona Ryder?”

Well, after watching just a few minutes of The Duffer Brothers’ (as Matt and Ross Duffer dub themselves) eight-episode original series, it’s immediately clear what it is: It’s the PG-rated ’80s movie that would land a PG-13 today — your “Jaws,” “Indiana Jones,” and, yes, “E.T.” and 1977’s “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.”

The latter two examples are what the brothers draw from specifically (those and, oddly enough, “Halloween »

- Ben Travers

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2016 Emmy Nominations Breakdown by Studio: HBO, 20th Century Fox TV, FX Productions Dominate

14 July 2016 3:01 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

HBO, 20th Century Fox TV and FX Productions led the studio tally in this year’s Emmy derby.

HBO was the producer behind all 94 programs that garnered nominations for the pay cabler this year, anchored by the 23 bids grabbed by “Game of Thrones.” FX’s “People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” ran a close second with 22 noms.

Those 22 entries for “People V. O.J.” boosted 20th Century Fox TV and its subsidiary, Fox 21 TV Studios, to second place in the Game of Studios, with 53 total bids. FX Productions followed with 47, nearly double the wing’s 2015 haul.

Related Content Emmy Nomination Scorecard: TV Series and Network

Here’s the breakdown by studio:

HBO Entertainment/Films – 94

Game of Thrones – 23

Veep – 17

Silicon Valley – 10

All The Way – 8

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver – 6

Lemonade – 4

Vice – 3

Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo – 3

Getting On – 2

Mapplethorpe: Look at The Pictures – 2

Confirmation – 2

Project Greenlight – 2

Vinyl – 2

Everything is Copy – 2

Real Time with Bill Maher – 1

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- Variety Staff

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Emmy Nominations: The Good Wife's Last Hurrah, Outlander's Pretty Nods, The Whispers (!) and Other Fun Facts

14 July 2016 10:34 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

As nominations for this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards were announced, CBS’ The Good Wife found a little something to soothe the sting of the slap Alicia received — a nod for Outstanding Writing, for its divisive series finale.

RelatedEmmys Nominations: Game of Thrones , People v. O.J. Lead Pack

Also falling under Gone, But Not Forgotten: The one-and-done Limitless and Minority Report each got nominated for Outstanding Music Composition, The Whispers received a nod for Original Main Title Theme Music and Galavant‘s “A New Season” is up for Original Music and Lyrics.

Other fun nomination facts:

Not-so-Snubbed | Though »

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[Podcast] Episode 127: Talkin’ Friday The 13th: The Game, Rotld and More!

7 July 2016 10:00 PM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

On this episode, we get together to talk about random stuff like The Conjuring 2The Neon Demon, The Shallows, why Scream Factory’s The Return of the Living Dead Blu-Ray release is better than the Second Sight’s UK “purist” Blu-Ray, Friday the 13th: The Game and more!

Show Notes

What We’ve Been Watching/Playing:

00:01 | The Conjuring 2 – Read Andy’s Review here, The Neon Demon, The Shallows – Read Andy’s review here.

00:03 | The Return of the Living Dead Blu-Ray by Scream Factory

00:09 | Swiss Army Man, Carnage Park, The Purge: Election Year (Andy’s review)

00:14 | Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! Blu-Ray, Outcast, Dead of Summer (read Chris Melkus’ review of Episode 1 and Episode 2)

00:16 | Alan Wake

00:20 | Blu-Ray Releases for 7/12, 7/19 & 7/26

00:29 | Follow-Up on Episode 126 – Mike Flanagan’s involvement with Halloween

00:30 | Friday the 13th: The Game & Dead by Daylight

00:37 | Lights Out »

- Andy Triefenbach

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Has 'Justice League' Found A Star To Play Villain Steppenwolf?

6 July 2016 7:53 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

"We're not completely closed. We're close!"

That's what Justice League producer Deborah Snyder said during a recent set visit in London. She was responding to questions about whether or not the production had cast anyone to play the film's central villain, Steppenwolf, yet. 

The production revealed Steppenwolf would be the main villain for Justice League, and a deleted scene from Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice even offered up a glimpse of what the character will look like.

Some were caught off guard by the notion that they hadn't yet cast someone to play such a pivotal role, considering that interview was conducted on the 31st day of production. You had to imagine she wasn't exaggerating when she said said how "close" they were to making a deal, because they kind of had to be. 

So who could they get? Warner Bros. has a long, storied history when it comes »

- Mario-Francisco Robles

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‘The Bfg’ Flops: Has Steven Spielberg Lost His Blockbuster Touch?

3 July 2016 11:29 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

In 1975, Steven Spielberg ushered in the modern blockbuster era when “Jaws” terrified audiences and smashed box office records.

It was a time when American directors were offering up smaller, more intimate looks at crime, politics and society, such as “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Dog Day Afternoon,” two of the year’s other big hits. But Spielberg went in the opposite direction. He was a maximalist. His work promised spectacle, of the kind that needed to be enjoyed on the big screen.

Over the ensuing decades, no director has maintained a firmer grasp of popular tastes. “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial”  and “Jurassic Park” were popcorn movie totems for a generation of film lovers and Spielberg became synonymous with summer blockbuster season.

“If you ask anyone across the country or around the world to name a director, he’s at the top of the list, »

- Brent Lang

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The Evolution of Colin Farrell: From ‘Tigerland’ to ‘The Lobster’ (Photos)

29 June 2016 11:07 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Ballykissangel” (1998-99) Colin Farrell‘s big break came playing villager Danny Byrne in the Irish TV series   “Tigerland” (2000) In his first U.S. starring role, Farrell played a draftee in 1971 going through Advanced Infantry Training at Fort Polk, aka Louisiana’s infamous Tigerland, the last stop for soldiers heading to Vietnam.   “American Outlaws” (2001) The Dublin-born actor got his first big exposure with American audiences playing Jesse James in 2001’s “American Outlaws”   “Minority Report” (2002) Farrell sealed his movie star status when he co-starred with Tom Cruise in 2002 Steven Spielberg film, “Minority Report”   “Daredevil” (2003) He went on to shave his head for »

- Joe Otterson

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From ‘The Bfg’ to ‘Matilda’: How 5 Roald Dahl Books Landed on the Big Screen

29 June 2016 4:19 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Roald Dahl famously loathed all the movie adaptations of his books, including the 1971 classic “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” starring Gene Wilder. So when the beloved author died in 1990, his widow Felicity (who goes by Liccy) was torn about what to do with his catalogue. It was a time, following the hit comedy “Home Alone,” where the major studios were vigorously chasing family-friendly tales, and many of Dahl’s stories fit the bill. But Liccy didn’t want celebrated bestsellers such as “Matilda” or “James and the Giant Peach” falling into the wrong hands.

Dahl’s publisher at Penguin Books set up a few meetings, and she eventually connected with literary agent Michael Siegel. They bonded right away. “I don’t want there to be bad movies,” Liccy told him. They came up with an unorthodox, boutique approach. “Rather than sell the stories directly to the studios, we would »

- Ramin Setoodeh

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The Ninth Configuration (Region B UK)

25 June 2016 7:48 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Savant UK correspondent Lee Broughton analyzes one of his favorite pictures starring Stacy Keach, who seemed to make only cult items in the '70s and '80s. William Peter Blatty dishes out a thick mix of comedy and dark soul-searching about the human condition as a Caligari- insane asylum, but with new twists. The Ninth Configuration Second Sight Region B Blu-ray 1980 / Colour / 2.35:1 enhanced widescreen / 118 m. / available through Amazon.uk Starring Stacy Keach, Scott Wilson, Jason Miller, Ed Flanders, Neville Brand, George Dicenzo, Moses Gunn, Robert Loggia, Joe Spinell, Tom Atkins. Cinematography Gerry Fisher Production Design William Malley Film Editors Peter Taylor, T. Battle Davis, Roberto Silvi, Peter Lee-Thompson Original Music Barry DeVorzon Written, Produced and Directed by William Peter Blatty from his novel

Reviewed by Lee Broughton

(Note: Savant reviews as a guest at Tfh. Here I stretch my prerogatives by presenting a review from Lee Broughton, a valued U. »

- Glenn Erickson

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20 years ago today: Disney’s own outcast, ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame,’ premiered

21 June 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Has it really been 20 years since Hunchback of Notre Dame hit theaters? Oui, c'est vrai!  The 34th animated feature from the House of Mouse, Hunchback has a place among the Disney Renaissance movies of the 1990s, though it tends to be less remembered and celebrated than the likes of The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, and Mulan. Adapted from Victor Hugo’s 1831 novel, it’s darker than many Disney pics, and the only animated movie from the studio that’s had a major focus on themes of religion and faith. Though the filmmakers “were told to not make the movie too religious — a pretty daunting task when you consider how much of this story takes place inside of a big church,” animator Floyd Norman said. Hunchback of Notre Dame also had an outcast hero that didn’t look like dashing princes of Disney films past. And »

- Emily Rome

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Comic Book Reviews: Marvel Round-up Week

20 June 2016 5:08 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

This week the ridiculous Civil War rages on! But only kind of, and really just against Tony Stark. Black Widow goes back to basics, The Squadron Supreme continue to be not so supreme, and I have officially dropped Patsy Walker! Read on to get some reviews for the books my high and mighty self has decided to explore, oh and Vote Loki!

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Black Widow #4

Story: Chris Samnee, Mark Waid Art: Chris Samnee Colors: Matthew Wilson

Review: When Waid and Samnee last left us, Natasha was bleeding out after getting gutted by a little girl (tsk tsk, Nattie!).  Now the Black Widow is recovering after being saved by a former Red Room mentor. While Natasha recovers, she learns that a former friend who is also the daughter of the head mistress of the Red Room has created a new version, named The Dark Room (very original! »

- Jeremy Scully

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'Secret Of Kells' duo, Mockingbird to tackle 'My Father's Dragon'

17 June 2016 1:36 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Directors Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey to re-team on children’s story; The Song Of The Sea secures China deal.

Director Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey, who previously teamed on Oscar-nominated animated feature The Secret Of Kells, are set to co-direct animated feature My Father’s Dragon.

Irish outfit Cartoon Saloon, the company Moore and Twomey founded with producer Paul Young, is developing the project together with Bonnie Curtis (Minority Report) and Julie Lynn’s (Albert Nobbs) Mockingbird Pictures in La.

The feature has been adapted by Inside Out co-writer Meg LeFauve and John Morgan from the well-received children’s books by Ruth Gannett Stiles about a young boy, Elmer Elevator, who runs away to Wild Island to rescue a baby Dragon.

The news was confirmed by Young in Annecy.

Meanwhile, in a ground-breaking move, Moore’s second Oscar-nominated feature Song Of The Sea has been picked up for distribution in China by Huahua Media. A winner »

- geoffrey@macnab.demon.co.uk (Geoffrey Macnab)

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'The Secret Of Kells' duo, Mockingbird Pictures to tackle 'My Father's Dragon'

17 June 2016 1:36 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Directors Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey to re-team on children’s story; The Song Of The Sea secures China deal.

Director Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey, who previously teamed on Oscar-nominated animated feature The Secret Of Kells, are set to co-direct animated feature My Father’s Dragon.

Irish outfit Cartoon Saloon, the company Moore and Twomey founded with producer Paul Young, is developing the project together with Bonnie Curtis (Minority Report) and Julie Lynn’s (Albert Nobbs) Mockingbird Pictures in La.

The feature has been adapted by Inside Out co-writer Meg LeFauve and John Morgan from the well-received children’s books by Ruth Gannett Stiles about a young boy, Elmer Elevator, who runs away to Wild Island to rescue a baby Dragon.

The news was confirmed by Young in Annecy.

Meanwhile, in a ground-breaking move, Moore’s second Oscar-nominated feature Song Of The Sea has been picked up for distribution in China by Huahua Media. A winner »

- geoffrey@macnab.demon.co.uk (Geoffrey Macnab)

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Uncle Buck and 80s movie remakes: a trend that needs a pause button

14 June 2016 3:37 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Uncle Buck, Adventures in Babysitting and Lethal Weapon reboots are part of phenomenon at the intersection of nostalgia and the availability of old films

Many of us haven’t thought of Uncle Buck, John Candy’s haphazard caretaker who flipped giant pancakes with a shovel and told the school principal to have a rat gnaw the mole off her face, since that movie was at the multiplex in 1989. However, on Tuesday the same character returns to television 27 years later in the sitcom Uncle Buck. It’s as if the Terminator’s 1984 catchphrase “I’ll be back,” applies to all sorts of movie properties right now, with a whole batch of them making their way to television. Why the heck are 80s movie properties like totally awesome right now?

It’s not just Uncle Buck that we’re going to have to contend with on the dial. Adventures in Babysitting, released in 1987, is getting a TV adaptation this summer. Lethal Weapon, which came out the same year (man, ’87 was a good year for movies), is going to be on television this fall. This is just the tail end of the trend of older movies finally coming to the small screen. Last year 1981’s The Evil Dead returned from the grave as Ash vs Evil Dead and 1976’s The Omen became Damien. Fargo, Minority Report and Rush Hour were all turned into series more than a decade after their film premieres.

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- Brian Moylan

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Match the poster to the summer blockbuster – quiz

14 June 2016 6:01 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The silly season is underway with aliens invading, superheroes saving and orcs doing whatever they’re doing in Warcraft. But can you match the zoomed in movie poster to the summer blockbuster of years past?

The Matrix Reloaded

Batman Forever

Jaws II

Blade Runner

X-Men: First Class

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Prometheus

The Avengers

Ghostbusters

Poltergeist

Batman & Robin

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Speed

Top Gun

Minority Report

I, Robot

The Rock

Spider-Man 2

Men In Black

Die Hard with a Vengeance

Iron Man

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

X-Men

The Bourne Ultimatum

Armageddon

Fantastic Four

Tomorrowland

Transformers

The Empire Strikes Back

Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Gremlins

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Superman III

The Goonies

Return of the Jedi

A View to a Kill

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Snow White and the Huntsman

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Lilo & Stitch

7 and above.

You're a cinematic universe!

4 and above.

You're the sequel no one wanted

0 and above.

You're not getting a sequel

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- Benjamin Lee

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Legends Of Tomorrow season 2: first trailer, villains confirmed

8 June 2016 1:19 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Leane Jul 25, 2016

The Waverider crew will battle a big team of villains in Legends Of Tomorrow season 2, which also now has a trailer...

Fresh from San Diego Comic-Con 2016, here's the first trailer for season 2 of The CW's time-travelling superhero show, Legends Of Tomorrow...

Also thanks to Sdcc, we've learned that the Waverider crew will be fighting an dastardly cabal of villains known as The Legion Of Doom. These will include, per TVLine, Matt Letscher's Reverse-Flash, Wentworth Miller's Captain Cold, John Barrowman's Malcolm Merlyn and Neal McDonough's Damien Darhk (who's definitely meant to be dead, as is Captain Cold).

Legends Of Tomorrow season 2 start date

Legends Of Tomorrow season 2 will debut stateside on The CW on Thursday the 13th of October. We'll let you know when Sky announce the UK date.

Legends Of Tomorrow season 2 cast

As many expected, Legends Of Tomorrow's superhero roster will »

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Comic Book Reviews: Marvel Round Up Week 06-01-2016

3 June 2016 5:55 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

This week a Civil War Erupts and makes no sense, we gets some Wolverines actions (Logan and Laura), The Avengers deal with a galactic foe! The Punisher kills some bad guys (what else is new?) and Moon Knight just might be crazy! Read on to get some insight into this week’s Marvel Comics!

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Civil War #1

Story: Brian Michael Bendis Art: David Marquez

Review: I don’t really get why this event is happening. I mean I get it in the sense of Captain America: Civil War is out in theaters and Marvel is I’m sure hoping to gain some traction from that, I get that the previous Civil War event was a big deal and its sort of “resurrection” during Secret Wars was popular, and I guess in the end Marvel just absolutely had to do another Civil War (See the term “Cash Grab”). However, »

- Jeremy Scully

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