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Michael Apted to Receive Directors Guild’s Honorary Life Member Award

Michael Apted to Receive Directors Guild’s Honorary Life Member Award
The Directors Guild of America has awarded Michael Apted its DGA honorary life member award in recognition of leadership, contribution to the guild and the profession of directing, and outstanding career achievement.

The award will be presented to Apted, who currently serves as DGA secretary-treasurer, at the 70th Annual DGA Awards Dinner on Feb. 3 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

“Michael is a game changer for our guild and our industry,” said DGA President Thomas Schlamme. “Whether having the foresight as a young man to conceptualize the revolutionary documentary series “7 Up” — still going on decades later — or guiding Hollywood through a digital revolution, he is a fearless, visionary leader, and we are all the beneficiaries.”

Schlamme noted that Apted has served as either president or co-chair for every major new media and Svod negotiation.

“Michael has skillfully navigated the DGA through times of great change, setting the path for our members and our industry to flourish. His search
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The Voice Top 8 Performance Recap: Which Singers Aced Their Semifinals?

The Voice Top 8 Performance Recap: Which Singers Aced Their Semifinals?
Since we already pretty much knew that The Voice was heading for a Chloe Kohanski/Addison Agen showdown in next week’s finals, there was nothing to do during Monday’s performances by Season 13’s Top 8 but sit back, chillax and enjoy. With last week’s elimination of Ashland Craft and Shi’Ann Jones, the likelihood of a sonic train wreck was greatly reduced. And the remaining singers were ordinarily all, even on an off night, decent. Which of them stood out, though, solidifying for themselves a place alongside Chloe and Addison in the finals? Read on; we’ll discuss.
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Prince Royce Reflects on Humble Beginnings and His Future in Acting (Exclusive)

Prince Royce Reflects on Humble Beginnings and His Future in Acting (Exclusive)
Prince Royce is living his American Dream.

The 28-year-old Bronx native is one of the top Latin singers in the music industry, having amassed 19 Billboard Latin Music Awards and nine Latin Grammy nominations.

The bachata/Latin pop singer debuted his first self titled album in 2010, ruling the music charts with hit singles like “Stand by Me” and “Corazon Sin Cara.” His big rise to fame came in 2015 with his fourth and primarily English-language album, Double Vision, featuring collaborations with Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Tyga and Snoop Dogg.

Et caught up with Prince Royce earlier this month at the red carpet launch premiere for Pantaya, a new streaming service with the biggest collection of Spanish-language movies.

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“I definitely think I’ve achieved my American Dream,” he boasted when asked about his successful career. “I think my parents achieved their American Dream through me as well.”

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Jennifer Lopez Has Been Acting For Over 30 Years - These Are, Hands Down, Her Best Roles

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Jennifer Lopez is a jack of all trades. She can sing, she can dance, and she can act. Like, really act. Not only does she nail roles on the small screen, like Detective Harlee Santos in Shades of Blue, but also in big-ticket movies. Lopez has built a film career for herself since nabbing a part in the 1986 drama My Little Girl, and in light of the news of her latest film, Second Act - which she's starring in with real-life Bff Leah Remini - we're taking a look at some of her best roles. From playing Selena in the biopic of the same name to fighting to get her life back in Enough, Lopez has won us over with her silver screen roles for over 30 years and counting. RelatedThe Surprising Way Jennifer Lopez Got Her Start in Hollywood
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Trailer Watch: Noomi Rapace Tries to Prevent Biological Warfare in “Unlocked”


“We need you for an emergency assignment in London. We’ve got a prisoner waiting,” a CIA analyst tells expert interrogator Alice Racine (Noomi Rapace) over the phone. “I’m already on it,” a confused Alice replies. “What the hell are you talking about? We haven’t informed London station,” the analyst says. Alice’s face falls in horror — she’s been tricked into giving information to a terrorist cell.

There is the threat of a biological attack in the action flick “Unlocked,” but an unwitting Alice was brought in to interrogate a patsy and accidentally helped terrorists penetrate the CIA and the UK’s Mi-5. Suffice to say, this doesn’t make her very popular with her superior (John Malkovich), her mentor (Michael Douglas), or Mi-5 boss Emily Knowles (Toni Collette).

“I’m thinking I’m the only friend you got,” Mi-5 asset Jack Alcott (Orlando Bloom) tells Alice. And in true buddy cop movie fashion, they don’t really like each other all that much. But Alice will have to learn to work with Jack if she’s ever going to stop the attack, avoid biological warfare, and earn back the CIA’s trust.

Best known for playing Lisbeth Salander in the Swedish “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” films, Rapace’s credits also include “Prometheus,” “Rupture,” and “Passion.” You can catch her next in “What Happened to Monday?” a sci-fi dystopian thriller in which she plays septuplets. The film will premiere on Netflix sometime in August.

If you’re interested in “Unlocked,” you might want to check out the Charlize Theron vehicle “Atomic Blonde,” out July 28. Also a female-led action film, it sees protagonist Lorraine Broughton working against the clock to find out who is targeting and killing her colleagues in the Mi-6.

Directed by Michael Apted (“Enough,” the “7 Up” documentary series), “Unlocked” hits theaters September 1.


Trailer Watch: Noomi Rapace Tries to Prevent Biological Warfare in “Unlocked” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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Jennifer Lopez Beautifully Sings 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' in 'Late Night' Jam Session

Jennifer Lopez Beautifully Sings 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' in 'Late Night' Jam Session
Jennifer Lopez did a little soulful singing before the sun came up.

Early Friday morning, the 47-year-old triple-threat star posted a video to Instagram of her singing Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's 1967 R&B hit, "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," alongside vocal coach Stevie Mackey. "Late nights w Mackey," she captioned the video.

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Mackey also shared the performance on Instagram, in addition to a selfie of Lopez. "She's awesome," he wrote.

In a recent interview with Et's Brice Sander, Mackey shared what it's like working with Lopez during these vocal sessions. "J.Lo's always working on new music, and right now, of course, she's working on her [Las] Vegas show and the residency. It's going on right now, it's hot. It's the best show in Vegas," he said while at Ok! magazine's pre-grammy party earlier this month. "J.Lo's one
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Unlocked trailer, starring Noomi Rapace and Orlando Bloom

Joseph Baxter Feb 10, 2017

The trailer for terrorism-teeming thriller Unlocked teams CIA agent Noomi Rapace and MI5 agent Orlando Bloom.

The upcoming action thriller Unlocked will soon arrive as a surprisingly low-key affair, especially considering the rather impressive cast it brings. While the film industry has collectively pumped out more than its share of post-9/11 dramas filled with nightmarish scenarios in which the threat of wanton Western destruction is on the table, Unlocked seems to throw in a pinch of the conspiracy thriller genre, with an oil-and-water partnership.

The debut trailer for Unlocked showcases a slick, fast-paced suspenseful affair starring a CIA operative played by Noomi Rapace (Prometheus, the original Swedish The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo), who, after the interrogation of a captured terrorist underling, comes upon crucial information about a biological attack on London that suddenly makes her a target from ersatz agents working for the terrorists. Forced to go on the run,
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Jennifer Lopez Says She's Much More Body Confident With Age: 'I Like the Scars That I Have'

Jennifer Lopez Says She's Much More Body Confident With Age: 'I Like the Scars That I Have'
It's safe to say that Jennifer Lopez is more than aging gracefully.

The 47-year-old superstar continues to have a body that just won't quit, and in a new interview, reveals why she loves herself even more now than when she was in her 20s.

"Men in their 20s are very confident and cocky, and women are super insecure," she tells W magazine, after sharing a story about how a male co-star on Shades of Blue was uncomfortable going shirtless on set. "And then it flips: Men get super insecure, and women get comfortable in their own skin, in a way that makes them more beautiful."

Watch: Jennifer Lopez Reveals Secrets to Her 'Best Body at 47'

"I never appreciated my body or my looks when I was in my 20s," she continues. "Now I'm like, 'Look at me! Look at you!' Not in a conceited or arrogant way -- I just appreciate myself in a way
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Ben Affleck’s Batman: The already troubled history of The Batman

Luke Owen looks at the already troubled history of Ben Affleck’s The Batman

It was news that concerned fans of the faltering Dceu when it was confirmed that Ben Affleck will no longer direct The Batman, which is still supposed to be released next year. This bad news about The Batman follows rumours that Justice League is a mess, as is Wonder Woman, and The Flash is getting a page-one re-write following the departure of its second director.

“There are certain characters who hold a special place in the hearts of millions,” Affleck said in a statement. “Performing this role demands focus, passion and the very best performance I can give. It has become clear that I cannot do both jobs to the level they require. Together with the studio, I have decided to find a partner in a director who will collaborate with me on this massive film.
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Jennifer Lopez's Sweet Acceptance Speech Will Remind You How Much You Love Her

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Watch @daxshepard1 and @realmichaelpena present the award for "Favorite TV Crime Drama Actress" to @JLo #PCAs pic.twitter.com/nYpTiZUal2 - People's Choice (@peopleschoice) January 19, 2017 Jennifer Lopez has taken home the People's Choice Award for favorite crime drama TV actress, and she kicked off the show with a sweet speech. Dedicating her shiny new trophy to the cast and crew on Shades of Blue, as well as her twins, she looked stunning on stage and on the red carpet! Related:The People's Choice Awards Red Carpet Packs Enough Style For the Rest of the Week
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Film Review: The Whole Truth

Murder and the courtroom dramas that surround it are as American, in movies, as pie, and it is now the turn of that old-school cool hero of action films, Keanu Reeves, to take a turn at the tried and true genre. In the upcoming whodunit The Whole Truth, which has Agatha Christie aspirations it does not achieve, he plays the sufficiently cynical defense counsel Richard Ramsay tasked with defending teenager Mike Lassiter (Gabriel Basso), on trial for the murder of his father Boone (played by a growling Jim Belushi).

The overwrought premise of the first third of the film is that the trial has begun even though Mike, the client, has not spoken a word since the day of the murder, not even to Ramsay, his attorney. After each witness testifies forcefully for the prosecution, Ramsay intentionally fumbles the cross-examination in order to comically remind Mike that “this is what
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Grey's Anatomy Round Table: Awkward Love Triangle Alert!

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Arizona Robbins finally made an appearance on Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 3, but she found herself stuck between her roommate and her protégé.

Elsewhere during the hour, Meredith continued to allow her bizarre "love" triangle to keep breathing, while a patient actually stopped breathing...and then came back to life!

Join TV Fanatics Jenn, Jasmine, Tiffany, and Elizabeth as they discuss Arizona's return, Meredith's screwed up love life, the odd medical case of the week and which characters aren't getting enough love these days.

Should Arizona pick a side between Alex and Andrew? Or should she try to remain as neutral as possible?

Jenn: Arizona should just stay neutral. I think she did a good job scolding Alex and embracing Andrew. I don't think either was picking sides. She can talk to Alex in a way that he still knows she cares. Andrew just needed someone to actually give him a hug,
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If You've Ever Felt Worthless, Uzo Aduba Has Something You Need to Hear

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If You've Ever Felt Worthless, Uzo Aduba Has Something You Need to Hear
There are plenty of reasons to love Uzo Aduba. She gives the best pep talks, makes inspiring award show speeches, and slays season after season as Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on Orange Is the New Black. On top of all that, Uzo's cover story in Essence's September issue is chock-full of quotes that will make you want to punch your fist in the air. The Emmy winner touches on everything from perseverance in a difficult industry to how she maintains her self-esteem, all of which we can add to her long list of encouraging quotes: On the time she almost quit acting: "There have been times in my life where I have doubted, questioned, felt tired, but I had never quit before in my core. My heart never quit. And that was the first time I felt my heart give out on me." On her elated reaction to hearing she'd
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Lukewarm off the Presses: Hamilton, Banks, Anastasia, Cloak & Dagger. Plus Tony Buzz!

Nathaniel, back from the Nashville Film Festival where I juried on the "New Directors" competition. More on that once our awards are announced. Until then, I'm under hush order. But let's catch up on all sorts of movie & entertainment news that happened over the past handful of days that we didn't cover here.

Lin-Manuel Miranda won the Pulitzer for his Broadway smash Hamilton and, giddy squeal, The New Yorker's television goddess Emily Nussbaum won the Pulitzer for criticism. If you haven't read her, you must. She's just wonderful.

• The Golden Globes have clarified their rules for what drama and comedy mean in a probably futile attempt to get campaigns to stop trying to game the system.

• I forgot to mention that teen superhero duo Cloak and Dagger are getting their own TV show (yay! always loved them in the comic books) but Kate Beaton has two words for you "tit
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The Voice Recap: Impractical Magic

The Voice Recap: Impractical Magic
As a reality-competition junkie and the father of 5-year-old twins, I’ve already formalized my speech if one of my boys thinks he’s flying to Los Angeles and auditioning for, well, anything before he graduates from college.

“Absolutely not.”

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Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I look at artistic dreams as if they’re silverfish dashing across the kitchen floor, just begging to be squished. But in the words of the poet Casey Kasem, one must keep one
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Shades Of Blue Season 1 Review

One episode was provided prior to broadcast.

I am pro-Jennifer Lopez, despite what the next couple hundred words may make you think. I think she’s a good, occasionally great actress who gets saddled with subpar material so commonly that it seems comical. She can rise to the occasion and make otherwise pedestrian movies pop (Enough, Maid in Manhattan, and yeah, I’ll admit it, The Boy Next Door), but such a task is far beyond the hands of a mere mortal in regards to NBC’s new back-alley crime drama Shades of Blue. Even a mortal from the block.

This time Lopez plays a feisty NYPD detective, Harlee Santos, a cog in a very dirty branch of the city’s police department, headed up by lieutenant Bill Wozniak (Ray Liotta). They’re dirty, but the good kind of dirty – planting evidence and taking bribes all in the name
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Jurassic Park Cast: Where Are They Now?


65 million years in the making, Jurassic Park is still as popular today as it was 22 years ago. Despite two sequels that provided diminishing – though far from terrible – financial returns in 1997 and 2001, the franchise came roaring back to life this summer with Jurassic World, the staggering success of which proved that the world still very much holds the series dear all these years later.

With another sequel on the way for 2018, the future of the franchise is brighter than ever, but for years all us fans had to tide us over was the original trilogy. Between Jurassic Park, The Lost World and Jurassic Park III, many cast members have come and gone from the series, their characters taking part in numerous unforgettable and iconic moments that we’ll never forget even as time continues to push them further into the past.

This week marks the release of Jurassic World on Blu-ray,
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Best of Summer 2015: Top Fashion & Beauty Trends—Vote in the Final Showdown!

Best of Summer 2015: Top Fashion & Beauty Trends—Vote in the Final Showdown!
Good-bye, halter bikini tops. So long, plunging necklines. After a fierce showdown yesterday, this summer's top two trends have been decided. And they are (drumroll)….crop tops and rompers! Which makes sense, considering these two styles have become permanent fixtures in just about every celeb's summer wardrobe. As the crop top's biggest fan, Kendall Jenner has worked the staple into just about every ensemble she's worn since June, reminding us why we adore the midriff-baring piece. Of course, the romper has made just as many appearances of late, counting Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé as two of its biggest fans. Enough chitchat, though—which trend will the summer of 2015 be...
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First Full 'The Hateful Eight' Trailer Is Finally Here

Enough teasers, posters, and photos. It's time to finally see Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight" in action! The Weinstein Company just released a solid new "Hateful 8" trailer on August 12. They labeled it an "Official Teaser Trailer" but -- thankfully -- it's not just a tease, it has plenty of footage and a great showcase for several characters.

Samuel L. Jackson launches the trailer with some classic coolness (literally, in a winter storm) and Kurt Russell shares a piece of the plot in a speech to a group of guys in a stagecoach stopover, alongside Jennifer Jason Leigh: "This here is Daisy Domergue. She's wanted dead or alive for murder. That sun comes out, I'm taking this woman to hang. Is there anybody here committed to stopping me from doing that?" Is there? We'll see. We're promised a story about eight strangers with one deadly connection. As Russell's character later teases,
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Lila & Eve | Review

Day of the Mother: Stone’s Flighty Revenge Thriller Favors Laughs

There’s a certain degree of entertainment to be gleaned from director Charles Stone III’s latest feature, Lila & Eve, from first time screenwriter Pat Gilfallan, though unfortunately in the form of unintentional comedy. Derided as a camp after its late premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, it’s Stone’s first directorial feature in over a decade (he’s been working in television since the 2004 Bernie Mac headlined Mr 3000, including the widely discussed TLC Lifetime film CrazySexyCool), and most likely won’t garner much favorable attention. Bearing the familiar turns we’ve become accustomed to in the limited subgenre of female driven revenge films, Gilfallan peppers his scenario with bits of illogical instances and eventually neuters the shock value of his big twist well before the third act begins. And even though this robs the film of its sleazy,
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