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Game of Thrones Recap: You're Fired

Game of Thrones Recap: You're Fired
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Game of Thrones recap here.

Three outta four ain’t bad?

Before this season of Game of Thrones began, I predicted that the remaining Stark children would never be in the same place at the same time ever again. Because that would be too happy of a moment for a family plagued by heartache and supremely bad timing.

And while that still isn’t the case in this week’s episode, we do get Arya, Sansa and Bran together at Winterfell, a reunion that is as hard to watch (given how much
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Quotes of the Week: The Bachelorette, Thrones, Kingdom, Preacher and More

Quotes of the Week: The Bachelorette, Thrones, Kingdom, Preacher and More
The arrival of the fall TV season is still weeks away, but this year’s summer fare continues to adequately tide us over. To wit: The latest, jam-packed installment of our Quotes of the Week.

RelatedTVLine’s Performer of the Week: Game of ThronesDiana Rigg

Highlights include a years-in-the-making meet-up on Game of Thrones, an awkward romantic pursuit on Claws, The Bachelorette‘s tense discussion of racism, and a healthy dose of skepticism courtesy of Preacher.

Also featured in this week’s roundup: double doses of Late Night With Seth Meyers and The Carmichael Show.

RelatedFall TV 2017: Your
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Ratings: As NBC's Preseason Football Dominates, Rivals Hold Steady

Ratings: As NBC's Preseason Football Dominates, Rivals Hold Steady
NBC’s coverage of the NFL’s Hall of Fame Game between the Cardinals and Cowboys on Thursday drew 7.8 million total viewers and a 2.3 demo rating, easily topping the night in both measures.

RelatedFall TV 2017: Your Handy Calendar of 100+ Season and Series Premiere Dates

Opposite the sports….

CBS | Big Brother (6.3 mil/1.9) was steady week-to-week, as was Zoo (2.7 mil/0.5).

ABC | Boy Band (2.4 mil/0.5), Battle of the Network Stars (2.5 mil/0.6) and Gong Show (2.3 mil/0.6) all stayed low.

Fox | Beat Shazam (2.7 mil/0.8) ticked down, while Love Connection (2.2 mil/0.6) was flat.

The CW | Penn & Teller (1.65 mil/0.4) was steady, while Whose Line (1.3 mil/0.4) ticked
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RuPaul, Lupita Nyong'o and Diddy Look Stunning in 2018 Pirelli Calendar -- See the Behind-the-Scenes Pics!

RuPaul, Lupita Nyong'o and Diddy Look Stunning in 2018 Pirelli Calendar -- See the Behind-the-Scenes Pics!
Some of the best and brightest stars are looking stunning in the 2018 Pirelli calendar.

Seventeen artists posed for the annual calendar, including RuPaul, Lupita Nyong'o, Sean "Diddy" Combs and the iconic Naomi Campbell. This year, photographer Tim Walker reimagined the classic tale of Alice's Adventure in Wonderland with gorgeous pics.

Watch: Nicole Kidman, Robin Wright, Jessica Chastain and More Pose in Unretouched Photos for Pirelli's 2017 Calendar

In some behind-the-scenes snaps, Nyong'o looks elegant in an off-the-shoulder beige look. Meanwhile, RuPaul and Dijimon Hounsou look fierce surrounded by models dressed as red heart cards.

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Diddy and Campbell also look fierce as they pose for the cameras and Whoopi Goldberg commands the stage with her over-the-top look.

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Related: Serena Williams Strips Down for 2016 Pirelli Calendar

Other celebrities and models also featured in the calendar include Adut Akech, Adwoa Aboah, Alpha Dia, Duckie Thot, King Owusu, Lil Yachty, Sasha Lane, Slick Woods, Thando Hopa, Wilson
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The 2018 Pirelli Calendar Features an All-Black Cast Including Lupita Nyong'o, RuPaul, Naomi Campbell and Sean 'Diddy' Combs

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The 2018 Pirelli Calendar Features an All-Black Cast Including Lupita Nyong'o, RuPaul, Naomi Campbell and Sean 'Diddy' Combs
The famous Pirelli Calendar has gone through many iterations since it debuted in 1964. The calendar originally began as a means of setting the tire company apart from their competition with a project that enlisted the best artists, photographers, and models of the era. Pirelli really began to make waves, however, as their annual publication became synonymous with pinup girls and nude photo shoots, but in recent years it has made an abrupt shift towards a more feminist, inclusive 21-century vision of fashion. The brand has enlisted Annie Leibowitz to shoot the women that inspire her and Peter Lindbergh to photograph
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Julianne Moore, 56, Stars in Triumph Lingerie's New Ad Campaign

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Julianne Moore, 56, Stars in Triumph Lingerie's New Ad Campaign
The coolest thing a brand can do right now isn’t tapping of-the-moment supermodels to front campaigns, but booking models with a bit more experience. Brands like Marc Jacobs, Gucci and Acne all recruited models over 50 for their ads and now Triumph lingerie is the latest to join the ranks with its fall campaign model, 56-year-old Oscar winner Julianne Moore.

Moore’s modeling résumé already includes some impressive gigs, including L’Oréal Paris and a spot in the skin-baring Pirelli Calendar to name a few, but Triumph may be her sexiest yet. She stripped down to her bra, modeling a
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See Bhutan’s Dragon Prince — the World’s Most Handsome Royal Baby — in Sweet New Photo with Mom!

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See Bhutan’s Dragon Prince — the World’s Most Handsome Royal Baby — in Sweet New Photo with Mom!
The Dragon Prince is growing up!

Bhutan’s 1-year-old prince and heir to the throne, Prince Gyalsey Jigme Namgyel — also known as the Dragon Prince — is cuter than ever in a new photo released by Bhutan’s royal family.

In the photo, the little prince sits in a field of flowers with his mom, Queen Jetsun, who is as stunning as ever in a purple ensemble. The mother-son duo are shown holding hands and smiling.

The image was released as part of the country’s June Calendar, and coincides with the Queen’s birthday on June 4. June also marks the
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The Weinstein Company 2017 Release Calendar: Here’s the Oscar Hopefuls, and the Damaged Goods

The Weinstein Company 2017 Release Calendar: Here’s the Oscar Hopefuls, and the Damaged Goods
May 2015 was the last time Harvey Weinstein hosted a Cannes presentation at the Majestic Hotel. Among the titles was a preview of Justin Chadwick’s “Tulip Fever,” with the then white-hot Swedish actress Alicia Vikander on hand. A romantic triangle period piece costarring Christoph Waltz and Dane DeHaan, Weinstein later pushed the release from July 2016 to February 2017. Now, two years later, it’s booked for August 25 — the dog days of summer.

Last year, the Weinstein Co. had so few bonafide Oscar contenders on the docket that they didn’t mount their usual Cannes show-and-tell at all. Garth Davis’s “Lion” did yield six nominations and, like critics’ darling “Carol” the year before, no wins. The lengthy awards season did pay off for “Lion” at the box office; it’s made $103 million worldwide. However, it also represents a rare tick in the ‘win’ column for TWC, which is struggling to maneuver in these challenging times.
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Classics like The Princess Bride, Titanic, and Wayne’s World in our February Events Guide!

  • Cineplex
Classics like The Princess Bride, Titanic, and Wayne’s World in our February Events Guide!Classics like The Princess Bride, Titanic, and Wayne’s World in our February Events Guide!Jenny Bullough1/31/2017 10:02:00 Am

Ugh, February. The holidays are long over, winter’s charm has faded into dirty snow, and spring can’t come soon enough. Which makes it the perfect time of year to be comforted by some of your favourite, classic movies! What, you didn’t think Cineplex was just the place to go for new movies, did you? In case you didn’t already know, through our Event Cinema programming, every month you can see classic films back on the big screen as well as live theatre presentations, Broadway musicals, and more! Here are a few choice highlights from our February Events Calendar:

Feb 2: Amadeus – National Theatre Live

In Peter Shaffer’s iconic play,
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Nicole Kidman, Robin Wright, Jessica Chastain and More Pose in Unretouched Photos for Pirelli's 2017 Calendar

Nicole Kidman, Robin Wright, Jessica Chastain and More Pose in Unretouched Photos for Pirelli's 2017 Calendar
Fourteen of Hollywood's fiercest actresses are the subjects of Pirelli's 2017 Calendar -- and the photos are far from the red carpet glamour that fans are accustomed to seeing.

Nicole Kidman, Robin Wright, Julianne Moore, Jessica Chastain, Uma Thurman, Penelope Cruz, Helen Mirren and Lupita Nyong'o are among the stars that went nearly makeup-free while posing for renowned photographer Peter Lindbergh in the 44th edition of the calendar. As far as fashion is concerned, the actresses are dressed in simple black and white styles, with Chastain donning lacy lingerie, Moore in a bodysuit and Wright in a tiny pair of shorts and vest.

Watch: Kendall Jenner, Sofia Richie and More Strip Down for Love Magazine's 2016 Advent Calendar

The Pirelli portraits celebrate "natural beauty and femininity," and in a behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot, Winslet, 41, says Lindbergh encouraged her to "be free and be strong" while posing for him.

"He really wanted me to be very natural," Kidman
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Julianne Moore Joins Nicole Kidman, Robin Wright and More Ageless A-listers in Skin-Baring 2017 Pirelli Calendar

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Julianne Moore Joins Nicole Kidman, Robin Wright and More Ageless A-listers in Skin-Baring 2017 Pirelli Calendar
Over the years, the Pirelli Calendar has become synonymous with two seemingly incongruous things: tires and nudity. Make that lots of nudity. But last year, thanks to Annie Leibovitz all of that changed. The renowned photographer ushered in a new way to celebrate a handful of her favorite famous ladies, focusing on women whose lives and works inspire her rather than putting the emphasis on their physiques alone. And this year, photographer Peter Lindbergh has chosen to follow suit, seeking to capture the inner depths of A-list actresses like Julianne Moore, Uma Thurman, Robin Wright, and Nicole Kidman.

This is
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Golden Globes Open Awards Season Doors to Overlooked Genres

Golden Globes Open Awards Season Doors to Overlooked Genres
Among the unique attributes of the Golden Globes — guests seated at round tables, eating and drinking throughout the show — its category for comedy/musical best picture stands out and offers recognition for films that often don’t make the cut when Oscar nominations are released.

Last year, “Spy” and “Trainwreck” received Globe nominations in the category, but were not nominated for best picture at the Oscars. This year, “Deadpool,” “Bad Moms,” “Love & Friendship,” “Edge of Seventeen,” “Sing Street,” “Florence Foster Jenkins,” “Everybody Wants Some!!,” “Queen of Katwe,” and “The Meddler” are among the films with a shot at Golden Globes attention in the comedy/musical category.

Kate Beckinsale, star of Whit Stillman’s “Love & Friendship,” says in these tumultuous times, there’s more need than ever for a good comedy.

“There’s a relief and lightness and connection and laughing at ourselves as a human race that particularly right now,
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BrainDead Finale Recap: Did Laurel and Friends Manage to Save the World?

BrainDead Finale Recap: Did Laurel and Friends Manage to Save the World?
File the following items under “Things I Can Never Look At the Same Way, Thanks to BrainDead“:

Cherry blossoms. Tupperware. Ants — or bugs of any kind, really. Joggers wearing headphones. And, of course, salami.

CBS’ political comic-thriller has offered up 12 weeks of weird, wacky and wonderfully satirical summer television — but as the fate of the series hangs in the renewal/cancellation balance, did Sunday’s season finale provide closure?

The short answer: Yes. Over the course of two hours, Laurel found a way to draw out Red’s Queen Bug, Luke got the political upper hand over the Republicans
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"2017 Pirelli Calendar" Revealed

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Take a look @ leaked images, plus teaser footage from photographer Peter Lindbergh's shoot for the 2017 "Pirelli Calendar", that will include film actresses Charlotte Rampling, Uma Thurman, Nicole Kidman, Lea Seydoux, Alicia Vikander, Kate Winslet, Julianne Moore, Robin Wright, Lupita Nyong'o, Rooney Mara, Jessica Chastain, Helen Mirren, Penelope Cruz and a whole lot more:

"For the calendar I shot in 2002, I photographed naked models and I thought it was really boring," said Lindbergh. 

"Talent is more important than nice body parts.

"I hold my breath when I see the images and not because I took the pictures, but because it really happened. 

"The idea of the calendar is to show what real beauty comes from and not what people impose on you to believe is beautiful..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek the "2017 Pirelli Calendar"...

Teaser for the 2017 Pirelli Calendar with #KateWinslet, #PenélopeCruz, #NicoleKidman, #DameHelenMirren, #UmaThurman, #RobinWright, #LupitaNyong'o, #AliciaVikander,
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Sneak Peek At The 2017 Pirelli Calender, Featuring Penelope Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Alicia Vikander And More

  • ET Canada
Fashion photographer extraordinaire Peter Lindbergh is back to shoot the 2017 Pirelli Calender, which will feature a who’s who of fashionable female stars in various stages of undress. This year’s calendar features 15 stars: Charlotte Rampling, Uma Thurman, Nicole Kidman, Lea Seydoux, Alicia Vikander, Kate Winslet, Julianne Moore, Robin Wright, Lupita Nyong’o, Rooney Mara, Jessica Chastain, Anastacia Ignatova, Penelope Cruz, Helen Mirren and Zhang Ziyi. Related: Pirelli Launches 2016 Calendar With […]
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Royals Fans, Hold Onto Your Hats! 5 Things to Know about the Glam Social Season Kicking Off Now - from a Society Expert!

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Royals Fans, Hold Onto Your Hats! 5 Things to Know about the Glam Social Season Kicking Off Now - from a Society Expert!
For royals fanatics, it's the most wonderful time of the year. On Monday, the British royal family will open the Chelsea Flower Show, marking the unofficial start to - the high social season (a.k.a. "the Season"). To navigate the world of champagne, debutantes and fabulous parties, we've enlisted the help of Myka Meier, founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette. Read on for five things you should know about the Season - even if you're happily watching the event unfold from across the pond. 1. It Was Created with the Marriage Market in MindThe presentation of debutantes at Court used
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December. It's a Wrap

No. No. We aren't wrapping 2015 yet. There's still prizes to hand out and a few more lists to finish writing. But we can and must wrap up December since it ends in a few hours when everyone will be kissing on everyone and screaming "Happpy New Year!"

Since the film year doesn't truly end until the last Oscar statue is handed out, it'd be more accurate to scream...

Happy New Calendar Year -- the Oscars Are Only 58 Days Away!"

But try convincing the drunk masses to scream that one out at midnight tonight!

December Highlights

• SAG Ensemble who got left out even though their film was nominated?

• Son of Saul Interview the director and star of Oscar's foreign film frontrunner (now playing)

Star Wars Oscar History then but now?

• Critics Choice Shark Jump we embarrassed ourselves like never before over the new Star Wars

• Outstanding Achievement in Abs meet the new Tarzan,
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Golden Globe Winners vs. Oscars: The 2015 Update!

In what is now a new and continuing tradition, the Golden Globe Awards have been revealed ahead of the Oscar nominations, which will be made public this Thursday. Of course, voting for the Oscar nominations was closed before the awards were revealed so don't think last night's wins will have any effect on the nominees. But this isn't an article designed to look at nominations, though we'll certainly get into a little of that. Instead we're looking at what chance last night's Globe winners have at winning the Oscar based on the recent Globe vs. Oscar history. This post serves as my ninth installment of my "Globes vs. Oscars" column (2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014) and we'll take a look at the past 30 years of Golden Globe winner history compared to the Oscars and see where last night's winners may gain an edge and where they most likely won't and we'll begin with the lead acting categories.
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The Hype Cycle: Contenders Arrive in Theaters

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Excuse the absence in this column for the last few weeks. I’ve been covering the Chicago International Film Festival, catching up with a few of the Foreign Language Oscar contenders while there. Now however, many of these movies are finally making their ways into theaters, providing an extra wrinkle into the race as both critics and fans weigh in on their quality.

1. Birdman

Birdman has finally arrived, and it’s everything the critics and the public have imagined. The film had a solid opening on just four theaters in its opening weekend, earning half a million dollars, and Michael Keaton, Zach Galifianakis and more have all been making the talk show rounds to promote this weird, goofy film everyone loves.

Kris Tapley went right out and handed Keaton the Oscar for Best Actor, writing “The emotional spectrum of this character, Riggan Thompson — who all actors will identify with at the end of the day,
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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey: Sky1, Fox, National Geographic, 7pm

Launching simultaneously on three UK channels tonight, this documentary series explores how we first discovered the laws of nature and brings to life the wonders of the universe in space and time.

Hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, the series will retain elements from 1980's original Carl Sagan series, including the Cosmic Calendar and the Ship of the Imagination, combining scientific storytelling with visual and emotional elements.

Harry's South Pole Heroes: ITV, 8pm

This two-part documentary follows Prince Harry and a group of wounded ex-servicemen as they travel to the South Pole in order to raise money and awareness for Walking With The Wounded.

The trek covered a grand total of 200km and was built up of three teams, representing the UK, Us and the commonwealth.

In this first episode, we see the UK team, led by Harry, saying goodbye
See full article at Digital Spy - TV news »
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