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David S. Pumpkins stars in his own animated special!

  • JoBlo
Expanding SNL characters past their initial 5-10 minute lifespans is always a risky endeavor. Some of these characters prove particularly malleable and successful in a longer format - such as Blues Brothers and Wayne's World - while most are awful trainwrecks like It's Pat! and Ladies Man. So I'm iffy about expanding the David S. Pumpkins sketch any longer than it already is. To be fair, his... Read More...
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Exclusive: Will Arnett Opens Up About Reviving 'The Gong Show,' Talks 'Arrested Development' Season 5

Exclusive: Will Arnett Opens Up About Reviving 'The Gong Show,' Talks 'Arrested Development' Season 5
Will Arnett has a solution for the oft-reported division in America, and it starts with a woman playing the harmonica with a tarantula in her mouth. Yes, really.

The 47-year-old actor serves as executive producer and judge on ABC's The Gong Show, a revival of the beautifully bizarre amateur talent competition, which ran originally in the late 1970s with host Chuck Barris.

Exclusive: Will Arnett Talks New Comedy Show and Bittersweet Humor of ‘BoJack Horseman

"I think that we're living in a time where people need to just have a few more easy laughs," Arnett told Et on Monday of his motivations to reboot the show. "We've often had a lot of shows on the air in the last few years that have been just sort of competition shows, all about finding the next great singer or dancer or whatever it was, and I just wanted a show that embraced the weird and the different, the unusual
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Check out: Ladies man Shah Rukh Khan hangs out with Neetu Kapoor, Rima Jain and others

Check out: Ladies man Shah Rukh Khan hangs out with Neetu Kapoor, Rima Jain and others
Shah Rukh Khan has his way with women. His charming personality on and off screen is to die for. From Raj Aryan and Rahul Khanna, Shah Rukh Khan has played some of the best romantic characters who have charmed women. At a recent party, Shah Rukh Khan hung out with Ranbir Kapoor’s mom Neetu KapoorRead More

The post Check out: Ladies man Shah Rukh Khan hangs out with Neetu Kapoor, Rima Jain and others appeared first on Bollywood Hungama.
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Catherine Deneuve on ‘Umbrellas,’ Bjork, and Aging

Catherine Deneuve on ‘Umbrellas,’ Bjork, and Aging
A silver-screen icon who has embodied the charm, nonchalance, and refinement of French womanhood for more than five decades, Catherine Deneuve saw her acting career take off after Jacques Demy noticed her in Jacques-Gérard Cornu’s 1960 film “L’homme à femmes” (“Ladies Man”), reviewed by Variety on Dec. 7, 1960. Deneuve, then 17, was offered the leading role in Demy’s 1964 musical comedy “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” which became a huge hit, winning the Cannes Film Festival’s Palme d’Or and earning five Oscar nominations.

Deneuve went on to work with other acclaimed directors, including Luis Buñuel, Roman Polanski, Lars von Trier, François Truffaut, André Téchiné, and Jean-Paul Rappeneau, and earn an Oscar nomination for her role in Régis Wargnier’s “Indochine.” In recent years, she has seen renewed popularity. Upcoming projects include Thierry Klifa’s “Tout nous sépare” with Diane Kruger and French rapper Nekfeu, Martin Provost’s “The Midwife,” and Florence Quentin’s “Bonne Pomme,
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David Hasselhoff Plays Ladies Man in New Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival Clip

After collaborations on 2008’s Repo! The Genetic Opera and 2012’s The Devil’s Carnival: Episode One, filmmakers Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich are back with the second installment to their fantasy-musical film franchise. Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival (review) is now… Continue Reading →

The post David Hasselhoff Plays Ladies Man in New Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival Clip appeared first on Dread Central.
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Different World Reunion: Jasmine Guy Spied in K.C. Undercover Trailer, Photos

Having previously made a nod to Kadeem Hardison’s Must See TV role, Disney Channel’s K.C. Undercover soon will reunite A Different World‘s Dwayne Wayne with “wife” Whitley, as previewed in this exclusive new trailer and photos.

RelatedDisney Channel’s Tangled Series Adds Ashley Judd, Jonathan Banks and More

On April 10, A Different World scene stealer Jasmine Guy kicks off a three-episode Undercover arc as Erica, an enemy agent who has been in hiding for several years. The Coopers set out to find the rogue spy in hopes she can help them take down The Other Side.
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The Frankenstein Chronicles episode 3 review: All The Lost Children

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The Frankenstein Chronicles is a neatly stitched drama with a compelling, sympathetic lead in Sean Bean's John Marlott...

This review contains spoilers.

1.3 All The Lost Children

“What would we not do to defeat death, Mr Marlott? Might we not defy God’s laws in order to be reunited with those we love?” asks The Frankenstein ChroniclesMary Shelley this week, under some gentle interrogation regarding the murdered, mutilated and missing children in the capital. At this stage in his investigation, Marlott has an intriguing list of leads, taking in literary legends like Shelley – still a controversial figure in the nineteenth century, having been accused of blasphemy in the creation of Frankenstein (there’s thanks for you) – and lowly grave robbers like Pritty, still on the run after escaping the watch of deputy Mr Nightingale last week.

That Marlott has so much to pick through, so many pieces to puzzle over,
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Veteran Comedy Writer Chris Thompson Dies On Eve Of Comeback Bid

Veteran Comedy Writer Chris Thompson Dies On Eve Of Comeback Bid
He was on the verge of closing a deal for a pilot at Amazon that he hoped would be the start of a career turnaround. Just a few days ago, he sent a text message to his daughter Lola asking where she wanted to go to celebrate her birthday.

But on Friday evening, veteran TV comedy writer Chris Thompson, known for his hard-partying lifestyle and professional highs and lows, was found dead at the Toluca Lake home of actor Tim Curry, his longtime friend. He was 63.

Thompson’s death was confirmed by his ex-wife, director-producer Lyndall Hobbs. She said Thompson was discovered unconscious by a caregiver at Curry’s home on Friday night. An autopsy is being performed to determine the cause of death, Hobbs said.

Thompson’s career stretched from the mid-1970s, when he got a break from a producer who admired his improv comedy performance, through series
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Chris Thompson Dies: Writer-Producer Created ‘Shake It Up!’, ‘Bosom Buddies’

Chris Thompson Dies: Writer-Producer Created ‘Shake It Up!’, ‘Bosom Buddies’
Veteran TV writer and producer Chris Thompson, creator of comedy series Shake It Up!, Action, The Naked Truth, Ladies Man and co-creator of Bosom Buddies, died unexpectedly Friday night after a long illness. He was 63. Thompson recently had solidified a deal to create a new comedy series based on a hit Israeli show. Amazon just last week had given the go-ahead for Thompson to produce a pilot. “Chris Thompson was the kind of writer that writers write about,” longtime…
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11 Funny Things We Learned From ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ Star Jack Falahee’s Twitter Q&A

11 Funny Things We Learned From ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ Star Jack Falahee’s Twitter Q&A
Jack Falahee, who plays Connor Walsh on Shonda Rhimes‘s ABC powerhouse, “How to Get Away with Murder,” hopped on Twitter for a quick Q&A with fans right before his show’s big mid-season premiere Thursday night, and it seemed nothing was off the table.

Also Read: Viola Davis Teases ‘How To Get Away with Murder’ Return: ‘It Will Be Nothing You’d Ever Expect’

As it it turns out, along with some legendary sex moves (that are so good they can make your eyes water), Falahee also has one wicked sense of humor.

Answering a wide range of questions,
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Exploitation Alley: Bloodsucka Jones!!

This week’s Exploitation Alley movie was suggested to me by Jerry. I usually tend to choose older films, or films considered exploitation or genre classics, but I decided to go for it andcheck out something fresh, new, and (hopefully) exciting. Immediately after hearing about the film from Jerry, and watching the trailer, I decided that I just had to check this one out asap and give it a watch. About fifteen minutes into this film, it was apparent to me that this is definitely destined to become a low-budget classic. By the time the movie ended, I found myself wanting to hug the entire cast and crew for making it, because it changed my life (not really, but it’s just great to watch). So let us enjoy this fine, new exploitation gem which is….Bloodsucka Jones!!!!!

Bloodsucka Jones stepping on some vamp heads.

It may sound odd, but
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Guardians of the Galaxy cameos revealed

After yesterday’s big Marvel Cinematic Universe news blitz – which included our very first look at Avengers: Age of Ultron – the folks at Stitch Kingdom have unearthed details of surprise cameos for Guardians of the Galaxy, including Nathan Fillion and Stan Lee’s roles, as well as a couple of familiar faces from the Marvel comic book universe. If you don’t mind being spoiled, read on below….

So, according to the final credits for the movie, Stan Lee is set to play ‘Zandarian Ladies Man’, Nathan Fillion is portrayed ‘Monstrous Inmate’, Rob Zombie is lending his voice to ‘Ravager Navigator Voice’, director James Gunn pulls a Hitchcock with ‘Maskless Sakaaran’ and Fred the dog appears as Cosmo. However, that’s not all, as the site reports that Howard the Duck will appear (stemming from a credit to co-creators Steve Gerber and Val Mayerik). Yes, that’s Howard the Duck
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Greatest TV Pilots: A Strong, Confident Start for The West Wing

The West Wing “Pilot”

Written by Aaron Sorkin

Directed by Thomas Schlamme

Originally aired September 22nd 1999 on NBC

It’s hard to argue that The West Wing isn’t Aaron Sorkin’s most successful television show. It ran for eight seasons (five more than his second longest series), outlasting even Sorkin himself (who left after the fourth season), on network TV at a time when the bar for ratings success was much higher than it is now. It racked up 26 Emmy wins in that time, including four consecutive Outstanding Drama Series awards from 2000-2003. And it arguably represents the last great drama of the pre-Sopranos era (even though it ran concurrently with The Sopranos for most of its run). Most importantly, in terms of its success, its setting proved the perfect vehicle for Sorkin’s writing. He consistently fills his shows with smart people, extremely dedicated to their jobs, who
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Independent Spirit Awards: Five Things You Didn't See On TV

Independent Spirit Awards: Five Things You Didn't See On TV
The grey clouds and rain didn't stop people from having a good time this afternoon at the Film Independent Spirit Awards. And I'm not just talking about what you saw during the telecast on IFC. The cameras couldn't capture everything. So with that, here are five things you didn't see on TV… 1. Ladies Man: Brad Pitt was the ultimate gentleman. When 12 Years a Slave was named best feature, he blew a kiss to Lupita Nyong'o on his way up to the stage to accept the award with his fellow producers. When he made his way backstage, he didn't take off to do some press until Angelina Jolie assured him, "It's Ok, baby. Go ahead. I'm Ok here." He later grabbed onto her when...
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WWE: Big Daddy V (Viscera) Is Dead At 43

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Nelson Frazier Jr, also known as Viscera and King Mabel in many of his WWE incarnations, has passed away after suffering a heart attack in his hometown of Memphis, Tennesse.

He had just celebrated his 43rd birthday this past Friday on Valentine’s day.

Wrestling agent Eric Simms first broke this news on his Facebook page…

Others then followed suit and paid their condolences.

I am shocked & so sad. Mabel, Viscera, Big Daddy V (Nelson Frazier) passed away. He was a good friend. He just celebrated his 43Bday

— Tommy Dreamer (@Thetommydreamer) February 19, 2014

Nelson Frazier/Big V has died.This really hurts!He was one of the good guys, and was always a great mentor and supportive. I Love U BigV Rip

Chris Masters (@ChrisMasters310) February 19, 2014

First joining the WWF way back in 1993, Frazier was one of the
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DVD Review: "Sincerely Yours" (1955) Starring Liberace And Joanne Dru

  • CinemaRetro
By Bill Duelly

The Warner Archive Collection has finally released the elusive Liberace feature ‘Sincerely Yours’. Originally released to theaters in 1955, this film is a curio of the times, the studio system and most importantly a snapshot, (in color no less; more on that later) of the early stages of the musician’s career.

To be fair to the movie, we need to turn our mental clocks back to the mid- 50s (so lines such as ‘They’ll love him in San Francisco’ wouldn’t bring immediate chuckles). That upstart- television- had been keeping audiences away from theaters in droves. Various new processes were employed to give audiences an experience they couldn’t get at home, such as Cinemascope and 3-D. So what was one of Warner Brother’s great ideas ? To make a movie with the TV’s first idol, the charming pianist from Wisconsin, Wladziu Valentino Liberace or as he was known professionally,
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Watch Jeopardy! Get All Sexy

  • Vulture
Watch Jeopardy! Get All Sexy
Things on Jeopardy! got a little steamy last night thanks to the first-round category "The Sexiest Potpourri Ever." They weren't kidding: All the answers had a sultry edge; Alex read each of them in a seductive (well, more seductive than usual) voice; and a soft-core porno soundtrack jazzily accompanied each clue, giving everything a vague "Ladies Man" vibe. The only thing missing is some kind of "let's make it a true Daily Double" pickup line. (A Daily Double entendre? Har, har.) Don't let anyone tell you Jeopardy! isn't hilarious.
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'Ladies Man: A Made Movie' Teaches Us The Finer Points Of Seduction

'Ladies Man: A Made Movie' Teaches Us The Finer Points Of Seduction
The latest MTV original movie takes on a topic many of us are far too familiar with. In "Ladies Man: A Made Movie," Toby wants to become a "stud" and convince all of the girls that he's friends with to see him in a different light (i.e. not as their gay best friend).

To do that, Toby decides to get a "Made"-style makeover and enter the Mr. Olympus pageant, but will he ever figure out that all he has to do is be himself to get the girl? Probably. But it'll will be fun watching him get there.

"Ladies Man: A Made Movie" will premiere on Tuesday, April 9 at 9 p.m. Et/8 p.m. Ct. In the mean time, check out the movie's Facebook page and watch the "Ladies Man Guidebook" after the jump!

"Ladies Man: A Made Movie" airs on Tuesday, April 9 at 9 p.
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'To My Future Assistant' casts Stephen Root

Stephen Root has boarded the cast of Fox's To My Future Assistant single-camera comedy. He joins Brittany Snow and Troy Gentile in the Sherry Bilsing-Graham & Ellen Kreamer-written show helmed by Peyton Reed, reports Deadline. Future Assistant follows the assistants at a large law firm in New York who stick together to make it through the daily dealings with their overbearing bosses. Root is in as Snow's boss called Frank, an attorney who's intense, but not as monstrous as he seems. Root, an experienced TV and film actor, has credits going back to his debut on Crocodile Dundee II, then adding Black Rain, Golden Years, Robocop 3, Dave L.A.. Law, Ladies Man, The West Wing, Leatherheads, J. Edgar, Justified, The Company You Keep and Boardwalk Empire, among many others. He also voices Mildew in Dragons: Riders of Berk.
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'To My Future Assistant' casts Stephen Root

Stephen Root has boarded the cast of Fox's To My Future Assistant single-camera comedy. He joins Brittany Snow and Troy Gentile in the Sherry Bilsing-Graham & Ellen Kreamer-written show helmed by Peyton Reed, reports Deadline. Future Assistant follows the assistants at a large law firm in New York who stick together to make it through the daily dealings with their overbearing bosses. Root is in as Snow's boss called Frank, an attorney who's intense, but not as monstrous as he seems. Root, an experienced TV and film actor, has credits going back to his debut on Crocodile Dundee II, then adding Black Rain, Golden Years, Robocop 3, Dave L.A.. Law, Ladies Man, The West Wing, Leatherheads, J. Edgar, Justified, The Company You Keep and Boardwalk Empire, among many others. He also voices Mildew in Dragons: Riders of Berk.
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