6 items from 2016
Caroline Preece Oct 26, 2016
Kirk! Rory's unfathomable finances! Luke's still wearing his cap backwards! Here's what we learned from the new Gilmore Girls trailer...
We all knew it was happening - we've been counting down the days and frantically binge-watching the first seven seasons on Netflix in preparation – but now we have proof that Lorelai and Rory are returning to our screens next month, specifically on the 25th of November.
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There's a ton to unpack from the footage released by Netflix, so let's break down what we learned in the first trailer. Spoilers for the whole show ahead.
The girls remain devoted to Pop Tarts, tater tots and junk food in general
The nine years between the »
Alex Westthorp Nov 16, 2016
Remember when Grange Hill went to the Isle Of Wight? Or the escaped puma? Here are 12 memorable school trip episodes from the early years...
With just over thirty years worth of screen time, there are plenty of memorable moments in Grange Hill. From its inception in February 1978 the programme proved both entertaining and controversial. It tackled many difficult subjects head-on: bullying, vandalism, racism, censorship, shop-lifting, school uniform protest, teenage pregnancy and - most famously of all - drugs. However, every now and again it would attempt to give viewers a break from the everyday and head off on a day trip or weekend excursion.
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"Leave whenever you want, leave anytime you want..." Netflix has released the official trailer for a new indie feature it produced called Rebirth, from filmmaker Karl Mueller. The film is about an old friend who surprisingly shows up out of nowhere and convinces Kyle, played by Fran Kranz, to participate in a "self-actualization program" called Rebirth. As expected, it turns out this program is more of a cult and it's not exactly what it seems. The cast includes Adam Goldberg, Kat Foster, Nicky Whelan, Harry Hamlin, Andrew J. West, Sheryl Lee, Pat Healy, and Steve Agee. This looks quite intriguing, but I don't know how much more it has to say about cults that hasn't been covered in other films recently. Get a taste below. Here's the first official trailer for Karl Mueller's Rebirth, direct from Netflix's YouTube: Get up. Go to work. Come home, dinner, bed, do it all again. »
- Alex Billington
One day after Iggy Azalea took to Twitter to reveal she dumped Nick Young after she allegedly caught him cheating in their home, the NBA player has responded with a series of tweets that could be aimed at his ex-fiancée. "If you perfect then be perfect I live in a world where ppl f--- up learn from it and move on ..." he wrote Friday evening. "That's life ... hate me or love me I'm still going to love life man." On Thursday morning, the rapper sent a series of tweets explaining why she called off her engagement. If you perfect then »
- Andrea Park, @scandreapark
Ex-college football superstar Maurice Clarett just struck a sweet plea deal in his drunk driving case -- but if he screws up even a little bit in the next 2 years, he'll do 57 days in jail. As we previously reported, the former Ohio State running back was arrested on January 3rd after cops say he was driving while intoxicated in Ohio around 1:50 Pm. Clarett agreed to plead guilty to Ovi (operating a vehicle while impaired »
- TMZ Staff
Queen Margrethe has finally pronounced a regal nok! (enough!) to the man nicknamed "the world's grumpiest royal" in the British press - her husband, Denmark's Prince Consort Henrik. An official statement recently made on the Queen's behalf by Denmark's Royal Palace confirms that after 40 years service, Henrik, 81, has "decided to retire" and "slow down." "I understand and respect his decision," the Queen, 75, said in her annual New Year's speech before stepping out without him at a reception for the nation's diplomatic corps. The past year has seen a series of embarrassments for the curmudgeonly royal, culminating in the Prince Consort's »
- Caris Davis, @cd123
6 items from 2016
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