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18 items from 2016


Awfully Good: Star Trek: Nemesis

20 July 2016 9:22 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Before you go Beyond, let's revisit the movie so bad it killed the last Star Trek series. Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) Director: Stuart Baird Stars: Patrick Stewart, Tom Hardy, Brent Spiner Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Clone Wars Pretty much everyone agrees that Wrath Of Khan is the best Star Trek movie, but fans tend to argue about which film is the worst. (My money is on #5, the... Read More »

- Jason Adams

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35 Totally Rad Clueless Quotes That Summarize Your Adulthood

19 July 2016 10:10 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Clueless is celebrating its 21st anniversary this week, and the movie could not be more relevant. Not only are the clothes still to die for, but Cher and her friends are basically you and your crew. The teen flick has tons of great advice about dating, and it also accurately summarizes life in your 20s and 30s. Before you go back and watch it for the millionth time, check out all the ways it still knows you better than you think. »

- Maggie Pehanick

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‘Mixer': Young Hollywood Entrepreneurs Debut Nightlife App That Gets the Party Started Early

8 July 2016 3:19 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Has the TiVo for nightlife arrived? A group of young Hollywood entrepreneurs are starting to “time shift” nightlife via a new app called Mixer – Match Before You Go Out. It does just what it says it does. Before piling into an Uber headed for an L.A. hotspot — think SHOREBar — singles can socially “pregame” the night by connecting with others who are going to the same place. Also Read: 50 Cent Posts Instagram Taunt After Reaching Bankruptcy Deal Users who match are able to chat inside the app to break the ice. Upon arriving at the venue, there is an incentive to follow. »

- Mikey Glazer

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Shooting Girl, a new flash game from Nutaku

5 July 2016 6:40 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Villordsutch on Nutaku’s new game Shooting Girl…

If you like your games with a bit of a challenge to them then you need look no further than Shooting Girl, the latest offering from Nutaku.com. I’ve played a fair few anime games from this stable over the past few months, but this was the first one to ever make me earn my levels and it was rather refreshing to get them too.

As with all games over at Nutaku.com, this is free-to-play – you just register and click on Shooting Girl to start, and you’ll be met with a YouTube video giving you a brief trailer for the game.  However you can happily skip over this as the game gives you a step-by-step tutorial as soon as you start; along with this, as soon as more features unlock they too will be highlighted to you.

Shooting Girl is simple to pick up, »

- Villordsutch

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First Look At Tom Holland In The Wall-Crawler's New Suit On The Set Of Spider-man: Homecoming

28 June 2016 2:15 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

There have been rumblings all week that Tom Holland was spotted on the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming in costume as the wall-crawler, and thanks to Looper, those photos are finally here. It's not entirely clear what's going on here as they've been taken out of context , but the young hero appears to be riding inside (or on top of) a concrete tube as it's transported on the back of a lorry.  Interestingly, while the suit is skin tight on the actor, the mask looks a bit baggy and doesn't fit him that well. Before you go panicking about that though, it's pretty obvious that it's something which will be fixed in post production, especially as we know that the character's eyes now move and are created entirely with CGI. If anything, what we see her is probably just a reference for those effects. Spider-Man's costume hasn't changed all that much »

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From Carrie to Mission: Impossible: A Beginner’s Guide To Brian De Palma

14 June 2016 1:42 PM, PDT | MTV Movie News | See recent MTV Movie News news »

Before you go see De Palma, the new documentary about the director's life, here are a things to know »

- Teo Bugbee

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From Carrie to Mission: Impossible: A Beginner’s Guide To Brian De Palma

14 June 2016 1:42 PM, PDT | MTV Newsroom | See recent MTV Newsroom news »

Before you go see De Palma, the new documentary about the director's life, here are a things to know »

- Teo Bugbee

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Exclusive: Director Patricia Riggen and actor Eugenio Derbez talk Miracles from Heaven

9 June 2016 5:10 PM, PDT | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

The film Miracles from Heaven is released in the UK on Friday 10 June. It's the story of a family when one of their daughters develops a rare disease. Jennifer Garner puts in a terrific performance the mother, Christy Beam, who has a fierce love for her daughter, but struggles with her own faith. Along the way, encouragement, and humour, are provided by a supporting cast including Queen Latifah and John Caroll Lynch.

The film is a real emotional roller-coaster, and will most likely bring you to tears, but in a hopeful, life-affirming way.

Shadowlocked has an exclusive, pre-recorded interview with the director, Patricia Riggen (The 33), and one of the supporting actors, popular Mexican comedian Eugenio Derbez, who plays Dr. Nurko in the film.

(May contain mild or generalised spoilers.)

Patricia Riggen: “At that time, I took the – then – risk of casting an unknown, you know – a big star in the comedy television world – but unknown, unproved star for films, that's what they used to tell me... And of course, he was the best bet, and Eugenio you know, took on that role back then, and just did such an amazing job with completely different character from what he was always typecasted to be.”

Journalist: “Are you just saying that because he's sitting next to you?”

[laughter]

PR: “No, I would say exactly the same...

Now I gave him a...[role that is] eminent, doctor, Harvard, professor, number one doctor in the country, probably in the world. And I'm casting a comedian to do it, you know! But I know Eugenio had the qualities, and I think the biggest quality I found was his heart. His huge sense of compassion to his patient. You know.

And that's something I saw from Dr. Nurko when I met him, and heard it from the little girl and the mom, and that's I think the biggest quality. Overall, he did an amazing job with the character, but the compassion, the heart he shows the girl, is just making that character just shine and be so well-received with the audience.”

Journalist: “How did you prepare for the role? You said you met with the real doctor?”

Eugenio Derbez: “Well, yeah, I met with Dr. Nurko first on...through Skype, and then personally...”

Journalist: “When you said you first met him on Skype, did he know you were also from Mexico? So, you're like a big Mexican star, calling this guy up on...”

PR: “It's like, Will Ferrell calling Dr. Nurko...but bigger!”

Ed: “But it was hard because Patricia was afraid: 'What if Dr. Nurko is not...probably, he's not happy that you're gonna portray him, because...probably, you're a comedian and he's so serious, you know, and he's an eminence...' But the minute she called him, he was like a fan, right! 'Oh, Eugenio, yes, that's great! Awesome!' So, he was really happy. [Continuing the anecdote:] Uh, hang up...”

[laughter]

PR: “And he's very happy now.”

Ed: “Very.”

PR: “I talked to him this morning. He's so thrilled. He saw the movie. He loved his character. He's just so thankful.”

Ed: “And full of hair. That too. He had no hair, so...[whereas Eugenio Derbez, who portrayed him oncreen, does].”

[laughter]

"Yes, everyone cries their eyes out, but everyone comes out so happy, and so moved in a good way..."

Ed: “So, I was trained, hopefully well-trained, at the hospital. And then the challenge for me was to find this balance between being funny...but at the same time, but she was always asking me, 'Okay, you have the funny part, but I want to see your eyes, that you're worried about that girl...I want to see everything happening through your eyes.' So it was very, very, very hard to find this balance.”

Journalist: “Yeah, because you're so fun, but also you want to portray... Because I often, watching it, I often look to you to know what was going on. So I would actually look at you, and think, 'What's he doing? How is he reacting?”

PR: “He's a doctor. He has to be believable, and we have to understand everything.”

Journalist: “Just as a point of reference, what was the name of the Mexican doctor that you said you worked with?”

PR: “Doctor Hose Garza. Another specialist in the field, and he's based in Atlanta. We shot the movie in Atlanta, so we had to have a local doctor that was advising us. He advised me through the entire process, you know, in screenplay, in all the props, everything, all the processes, giving him all the instructions that he needed, everything, he was with us through the whole time. So we would be very faithful to the truth, to reality, the medical reality.”

Journalist: “How are you feeling doing a real character? Is it the first time for you...”

Ed: “Yes. And it was even harder, because Dr. Nurko showed up at the set. So I was working on set when Dr. Nurko arrived, and it was a lot of pressure having him watching me... And I was like, 'Am I funny enough? Am I too funny? How am I doing?' And he was like, 'No, no, no, perfect. That's the kind of things I do with the patients.' So, everything is exactly like he does...”

PR: “...They have to play, be funny, be playful... And that's when I decided Eugenio, because he knew exactly what to do, because he's a professional entertainer... And that's when we really found exactly why Eugenio was perfect for this character. Because just casting a serious medical doctor would not have been the perfect person...”

"So a story like this, of this suffering, has to make you grow as a person."

Journalist: “Is the faith element of this story something that drew either one of you to this project?”

PR: “Uh huh. Also, I think, well, good stories are good stories, right? I was raised in a Mexican family, a Catholic family, and faith is part of my being. And I understand also as a mother, that faith plays an important part in when you go through very difficult circumstances, particularly something like this. So I was very respectful of that in the story, and made sure that the story of Christy Beam [Jennifer Garner], and how her journey of faith also, goes along at the same time as the journey of the struggle to find a cure for her daughter. So it has that other storyline going through, of how she...sometimes happens to people, that they lose their faith, and then you know, thankfully they get it back, in this case with a very happy ending.”

Journalist: “How did this story come to you? Had the producers seen The 33 [a film that Patricia Riggen directed about the trapped Chilean miners]?”

PR: “Uh huh. Yeah. They had seen The 33, and also Under the Same Moon. And I was just coming out of The 33; I had just finished that movie, and this one came about. And I wasn't sure I should work, because I was so tired, but then I thought, 'It's completely different than the other one. It's, you know, in a safe environment, I'm not gonna be in a mine, I'm gonna be in a building, I can drive a car to work, that's air-conditioned, you know, and an elevator, so... And, I don't have to wear a hard hat and boots. And also, I don't have to deal with 33 men!"

[laughter]

PR: "And I thought, this is beautiful, it's [a story of] a woman, it's [a story of] a girl, you know, it's something that I'm very familiar with, I'm the daughter of a doctor, I was raised with hospitals in my world, and doctors, and I just have...I'm very familiar with the subject matter, unfortunately. And so I thought, 'Okay, I'll do it. It's easy, it's small. Let's take it.' And then of course I realised, nothing is easy, and nothing is small! And this movie has had great...great challenges, and I'm very happy with the result.”

"I think it all has a good reason behind it, that it makes it worth it. Because everyone has invested so much of their own tears into this."

Journalist: “What was the biggest challenge?”

PR: “Probably one of the biggest challenges in this movie is finding a balance between the drama and making an entertaining movie. So, you know, when I first got the script, it was really all about a sick child. And I thought, 'Who's gonna wanna see a movie about a sick child?'... That's when I started bringing a lot of things into it: all the fun stuff, happiness, lightness, [the character of] Angela [(Queen Latifah)] came into this story, because she had to come in with a light and fun. Because we have to balance the pain. That's, I think, the biggest challenge for a director.

And at the same time, be truthful to what the medical reality of these families are. It is painful, but we have to make a watchable movie. And, I think it's been achieved. I'm very happy with how I see people['s] reaction. Yes, everyone cries their eyes out, but everyone comes out so happy, and so moved in a good way, and thankfully I think it's right there, I think it has the right balance.

It was tough to work with the actors, because, you know, they had to deliver really, really heart-wrenching performances. It was very hard for Jennifer [Garner, who played the mother] and for Kylie [Rogers, who played the daughter] to go through all that pain as they were delivering these characters to us, and to maybe...they're pushing them to go to that place. But...I think it all has a good reason behind it, that it makes it worth it. Because everyone has invested so much of their own tears into this.”

Journalist: “Before you go, will you two be working together again, do you have any plans to?”

PR: “Are you gonna hire me now, because...?”

Ed: “I sent you a script! Remember?”

PR: “No!”

[laughter]

PR: “I think, whenever I have an opportunity of a character that fits, that Eugenio fits into those shoes, I will always call him, because we have a good...very productive, beautiful, trust relationship.”

Ed: “Uh huh. Always. Yeah. Yeah. And I love the way she directs. And I don't have to say this, it's not because she's here, but of all the directors that I've worked with, she is the best. The most accurate, the most precise director I have worked with. She's amazing.”

Journalist: “...One thing I really like was the pizza highlight of the film, when they sacrifice [pizza in solidarity with the girl, who can't eat it] and [then finally] have pizza in the end. Was that your idea?”

PR: “Yes.”

Journalist: “I really like that. It's small, but it is...”

PR: “Yes, and you know why it was so important also to keep that scene at the end? Because everybody was like, 'Let's cut it'. No! Because where you show everyone's changed. Everyone has changed. It's like, let's return, you know. So a story like this, of this suffering, has to make you grow as a person. And it made all these members of this family grow. Even in little things, you can see the change. Christy now praying, you know, all of these things now happen in that scene.”

A list of UK cinemas showing Miracles from Heaven can be found here. »

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How Many Kills Has Wolverine Committed in the X-Men Movies?

31 May 2016 11:29 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Over the long holiday weekend, the final X-Men prequel X-Men: Apocalypse hit theaters, which featured the eighth franchise appearance of Hugh Jackman's Wolverine. The actor is currently filming his final movie as Logan, Wolverine 3, which is set to hit theaters next March. Before you go see X-Men: Apocalypse in theaters again, a new video has surfaced which breaks down all of Wolverine's kills throughout this beloved franchise, and the number may be higher than you think.

This kill count video comes courtesy of Mr. Sunday Movies, which covers all of Wolverine's "direct and indirect murders" from X2: X-Men United, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days Of Future Past. We're not sure why the original X-Men or 2013's The Wolverine was left out of this video, but this kill count even includes the bears that Logan has killed throughout his 16-year run as Wolverine. »

- MovieWeb

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Why John Goodman’s Howard is the real victim in 10 Cloverfield Lane

20 March 2016 10:12 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Before you go any further, this article contains multiple spoilers for 10 Cloverfield Lane. It’s a film best seen with as little prior knowledge as possible. So, in the spirit of the movie, hole yourself up in a bunker until you’ve seen it.

Here comes the spoilers.

In Defence of Howard’s Actions in 10 Cloverfield Lane

John Goodman’s Howard is the violent, unpredictable core of 10 Cloverfield Lane. He’s the inciting incident (running Michelle’s car off the road), the source of all conflict, and the dominator of every scene (a credit to Goodman’s performance). He’s a man of grunts, sighs and exhales, and is, arguably, the physical embodiment of the bunker itself, with its mechanical whirs, bubbling fish tank and compartmentalised chambers.

He’s the film’s antagonist. He bears uncomfortably over Michelle as though she’s his estranged daughter; and bullies Emmett, the builder »

- Oli Davis

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The Little Prince, Allegiant and Miracles from Heaven make @TannerZee's what-to-watch list

18 March 2016 7:21 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

This weekend, the walls come down in the first part of the final Divergent chapter, a little girl gets an inexplicable and life-saving miracle, and we soar with the Aviator to a new land.

We’ve finally got some answers as things begin to come to a close with the third instalment of the Divergent series: Allegiant. But before it’s all over, Tris (Shailene Woodley) and Four (Theo James) escape beyond that big wall around Chicago. It’s a whole new world for them, but they’re forced to quickly adapt as they soon become part of a giant battle that threatens humanity itself. Before you go check this one out, you might want to give yourself a quick refresher by watching Divergent and Insurgent. If you find yourself always skipping to the last couple chapters just to see how it ends, then hey, read some plot summaries and check out Allegiant! »

- Tanner Zipchen

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Erin Andrews Continues Her Tearful Testimony in $75 Million Lawsuit Over Peeping Tom Video: 'I Think About It Every Day'

1 March 2016 10:35 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

On Tuesday, sportscaster Erin Andrews testified for the second day a row in her $75 million civil suit against Marriott Nashville, saying she is still haunted by the nude video a stranger secretly filmed of her through a hotel peephole in 2008. "I think about it every day," Andrews testified. "One of the worst thoughts I have is when I walk around a stadium ... there's always that thought, as I walk right by the stands, and I think, 'My God, everyone in this stadium has seen that video.'" Andrews, 37, a former Espn sportscaster who has since moved to Fox Sports, is suing the hotel. »

- Harriet Sokmensuer, @HGSokmensuer

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10 Reasons Why Aj Styles Won’t Meet Fans’ Expectations

16 February 2016 2:14 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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You’re probably already seething at the very notion of Aj Styles being anything less than a 10-time WWE Champion, aren’t you? Before you go sharpening your pitchforks, hear me out.

It goes without saying that Aj Styles is one of the greatest independent and international performers of all-time as he begins his tenure with World Wrestling Entertainment. That much simply cannot be disputed.

After all, the guy is a five-time Nwa/Tna World Heavyweight Champion, a six-time X Division Champion, a two-time King of the Mountain Champion and a six-time Nwa/Tna World Tag Team Champion and was the first to complete the Tna Triple Crown Championship – and that’s not even mentioning his impressive list of achievements with Ring of Honor, New Japan Pro Wrestling and other groups.

Although it was heavily rumoured beforehand, Styles’ debut at the 2016 Royal Rumble was must-see viewing solely due »

- Matt Marsden

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Castle season 8 episode 9 review: Tone Death

12 February 2016 7:21 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Despite an engaging musical side, this Castle season 8 return hasn't fixed any of the show's problem with its two leads' relationship...

This review contains spoilers.

8.9 Tone Death

This week, Castle returned from a long midseason hiatus with episode Tone Death. I’d love to say that the showrunners used this long break in order to fix the series after what was a disastrous first half of season eight. Instead, I am forced to report that, while this week’s mystery was fine—about average for the show—when it comes to what has been truly wrong about Castle, the new dynamic between Rick and Kate, this week’s Castle episode, Tone Death should more appropriately have been titled “Tone Deaf.”  More on that in a moment.

This week’s story revolves around the murder of a young woman, Robin King, recently released from prison and rebuilding her life. »

- louisamellor

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The Oscars -- #SoWhite Class Photo ... Where's The Weeknd? (Photo)

9 February 2016 9:38 AM, PST | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Here are all the 2016 Oscar nominees at the Academy's annual luncheon. Now let's play a game -- it's like "Where's Waldo?" If Waldo were black. Go ahead and try to find The Weeknd among the 155 nominees. Looking ... looking ... looking ... looking ... Before you go blind -- here's the answer key. Read more »

- TMZ Staff

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10 Things You Need To Know About Oculus Rift

19 January 2016 4:52 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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In case you’re still struggling to catch up with all the ongoing Vr buzz, company Oculus released pre-orders for its Rift Vr headset on January 6th, and everyone went a bit crazy.

The Facebook-owned company said it would begin shipping the product on March 28th to original Kickstarter backers with a price set at $599. But the price has divided the public and the press, leaving Oculus’ creator Palmer Luckey to defend it in an open Reddit post.

Luckey said the goal for Rift is to be an “affordable and disruptive piece of Vr technology that would put Vr into the hands of a lot of people”. But ringing in at just under $600, he notes, “The goal never changed, but the timeline of achieving that goal did,” inferring that the Rift’s price may come down in time or that more inexpensive models could be in the future pipeline. »

- Michael Pearson

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Video: Derek Did Not Take Kindly to Marc Jacobs' Hilarious Zoolander Parody

5 January 2016 9:30 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

How soon is too soon? While Marc Jacobs' hilarious Zoolander parody had the Internet laughing, not everyone found his video funny. Namely, the film's fictional star. Jacobs - flanked by a few buff buddies - recreated one of the 2001 comedy's most memorable scenes in the video, posted Sunday. In the original film, Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and his model friends have a water war at a gas station after a trip to Starbucks for some "Orange mocha Frapuccinos." When the dimwitted hunks start spraying gasoline, however, the afternoon fun (set, appropriately, to Wham!'s "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"), turns deadly. »

- Lindsay Kimble

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Video: Derek Did Not Take Kindly to Marc Jacobs' Hilarious Zoolander Parody

5 January 2016 9:30 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

How soon is too soon? While Marc Jacobs' hilarious Zoolander parody had the Internet laughing, not everyone found his video funny. Namely, the film's fictional star. Jacobs - flanked by a few buff buddies - recreated one of the 2001 comedy's most memorable scenes in the video, posted Sunday. In the original film, Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and his model friends have a water war at a gas station after a trip to Starbucks for some "Orange mocha Frapuccinos." When the dimwitted hunks start spraying gasoline, however, the afternoon fun (set, appropriately, to Wham!'s "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"), turns deadly. »

- Lindsay Kimble

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