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Mark Hamill Surprised Star Wars Fans at Disneyland, and 1 Guy Had the Purest Reaction

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Mark Hamill Surprised Star Wars Fans at Disneyland, and 1 Guy Had the Purest Reaction
It took me long enough- but my childhood dream of working at Disneyland finally came true! #TheLastJedi #StarTours @DisneyStudios @StarWars A post shared by Mark Hamill (@hamillhimself) on Nov 14, 2017 at 8:18pm Pst One lucky batch of Disneyland visitors were in for quite the epic surprise when they waited to board the Star Tours ride on Nov. 14. A park employee prepared the handful of (very lucky) guests by reading from a script, but he added a minor change, saying, "Actually, you know what, the captain did mention something about a special passenger. Oh, and the Force is strong with this one." And that's when Mark Hamill casually waltzed into the room, greeted by shocked gasps and shrieks from everyone. By far the purest reaction of them all was exhibited by one guy seated in the front row of the crowd, as he speechlessly reached for his phone to snap a photo,
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Trailer for Ireland's Oscar Entry 'Song of Granite' About a Folk Singer

"The songbirds of the air listened in wonder to this song, the most beautiful song in life." Oscilloscope Laboratories has debuted an official Us trailer for a film titled Song of Granite, which is Ireland's entry into the Academy Awards this year. This film is about an Irish singer named Joe Heaney, who was one of the greats of traditional Irish singing (also known as sean nós). Similar to I'm Not There in a way, this seems to involve various musicians and actors playing Heaney, and it's shot in stunning B&W which seems to make it all the more mesmerizing. Starring Colm Seoighe (as young Joe Heaney), Mícheál Ó Chonfhaola (as Joe Heaney, 40s), Macdara Ó Fátharta (as Joe Heaney, 60s) & Jaren Cerf (as Rosie). This looks like a very soulful, moving film full of some exceptional Irish singing and captivating cinematography. See below. Here's the first official Us
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Nikki Bella Reflects on Her Road to WrestleMania 33 and Wonders If It Could Be Her Last on Total Bellas

Nikki Bella Reflects on Her Road to WrestleMania 33 and Wonders If It Could Be Her Last on Total Bellas
The big day has arrived! As Nikki Bella prepares for WrestleMania 33—and the possibility that John Cena may propose—she can't help but look back at how far she's come in the last year. "I'm just soaking this in with Nattie right now," Nikki shares. "You get this excitement feeling—it's unreal." The incredible event they've been waiting for all year is finally here, and the only thing missing for Nikki is her twin sister Brie Bella. "I'm so sad I'm not there," Brie shares over FaceTime. "You need to remember that last year's Mania, you walked down the ramp with a neck brace." Woah. It has been a hell of a year...
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'Wonderstruck' Director Todd Haynes on Reuniting With Julianne Moore and Working With Child Actors (Exclusive)

'Wonderstruck' Director Todd Haynes on Reuniting With Julianne Moore and Working With Child Actors (Exclusive)
Todd Haynes relaxes into a couch in a suite at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons, having arrived at his final sit down at the end of a long press day for his new film, Wonderstruck, which tells the interlacing stories of two children across different time periods: In 1977, Ben (played by Pete's Dragon actor Oakes Fegley) goes on a quest through New York City to find the father he never knew, while in 1927, Rose (newcomer Millicent Simmonds), a young, deaf cinephile, likewise sets out into the city in search of silent movie star Lillian Mayhew (Julianne Moore). The movie marks the director's fourth collaboration with Moore, following 1995's Safe, 2002's Far From Heaven (which he was Oscar-nominated for Best Original Screenplay and she for Best Actress) and 2007's I'm Not There.

Considering Wonderstruck had its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May, followed by a run of the festival gauntlet with screenings at Telluride, BFI London and as
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'Wonderstruck' Review: Todd Haynes Turns Kids' Book Into Eye-Popping Wonder

'Wonderstruck' Review: Todd Haynes Turns Kids' Book Into Eye-Popping Wonder
Todd Haynes creates movies that feel like part of his DNA. Whether they're originals (Safe, Velvet Goldmine, Far From Heaven, I'm Not There) or adapted from other works (Carol, the HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce), they seem to course from his bloodstream into ours. Wonderstruck, gorgeous as it is, feels like something a little less personal, a little less transgressive. Haynes has said he wanted to make a smart film for kids, and as source material, he chose a juvenile-fiction novel illustrated and written by Brian Selznick, whose work also inspired Martin Scorsese's Hugo.
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Exclusive: Kelly Clarkson Explains Why She'll Be a Judge on 'The Voice' and Not 'American Idol'

Exclusive: Kelly Clarkson Explains Why She'll Be a Judge on 'The Voice' and Not 'American Idol'
Kelly Clarkson's decision to become a judge on The Voice in 2018 comes down to family.

Et sat down with the 35-year-old singer on Thursday, when she explained taking the NBC gig despite getting discovered on rival show American Idol

"Think of how I felt," Clarkson joked to Et's Kevin Frazier about fans' reaction to the surprising choice. "[But] I've been in talks with The Voice about doing stuff for years. It's a family decision too, for us. Like, my husband [Brandon Blackstock] manages Blake [Shelton] so we're all in one place and it's going to be good. And I'm excited, ya'll."

Clarkson also said she and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest have no hard feelings towards one another.

Kelly Clarkson Says She Lost 'Millions' Because She Didn't Want to Be Associated With Dr. Luke

"I had to interview with Ryan Seacrest recently, it was so weird," she shared. "We've never been on, like, opposing networks
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Jay-z's New Album 4:44 Has Lyrics That May Be a Response to Beyoncé's Lemonade

Jay-z's New Album 4:44 Has Lyrics That May Be a Response to Beyoncé's Lemonade
Is 4:44 a direct response to Lemonade? Many of the lyrics to Jay-z's tracks on his new album appear to be in response to lines from wife Beyoncé's 2016 smash hit record, which was about love, infidelity and forgiveness. And then there was Becky. She has good hair. And she's bad news. Hey Becky: Lemonade: In Beyoncé's track "Sorry," she sings, "He only want me when I'm not there / He better call Becky with the good hair."  4:44: In Jay-z's track "Family Feud," he raps, "Yeah, I'll f--k up a good thing if you let me / Let me alone Becky." "Dishonesty": Lemonade: In...
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Exclusive: Kim Kardashian Opens Up About New Beauty Collection & How She Hopes to Inspire North and Saint West

Exclusive: Kim Kardashian Opens Up About New Beauty Collection & How She Hopes to Inspire North and Saint West
Kim Kardashian West means business!

Rocking a navy blue pinstripe suit with a plunging neckline, the 36-year-old reality star looked serious, yet sexy, as she arrived to the Forbes Women's Summit in New York City on Tuesday. While chatting with Et, she opened up about her new makeup line, Kkw Beauty, how she hopes to be a role model to her and husband Kanye West's two kids and the biggest lesson she's learned about business over the years.

Watch: Kim Kardashian Attends 2017 Met Gala Solo, In A Demure Look And No Jewelry!

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"I am launching my own makeup brand," Kim gushed to Et's Jennifer Peros. "We're launching with a contour kit, so it's going to be cream contour and highlighters in this collection with great brushes. I'm so excited about it."

Kim's new beauty collection launches on June 21, and while she's excited to see it on the market, she's most excited
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Cannes 2017: Todd Haynes' 'Wonderstruck' Inspires the Kid in All of Us

Do you remember what it was like to be a kid? That boundless sense of wonder, that feeling that everything could be magical? Trips to museums or big cities were the most spectacular experiences, and even though sometimes things were tough at home, you had your friends to cheer you up. Wonderstruck, the latest film from Todd Haynes (Far from Heaven, I'm Not There, Carol), is about that sense of wonder that kids have. It is, in a way, a movie for kids, about kids, but it is still enjoyable for adults as well. Especially those adults who can still remember that kid inside of us, even if he's hiding somewhere in a dark corner. The film interweaves two storylines following two deaf kids as they escape their homes and travel to New York City. Wonderstruck is a very ambitious film. Haynes takes on the especially unique challenge of combining
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Why Guillermo Del Toro Didn't Direct Pacific Rim 2

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Why Guillermo Del Toro Didn't Direct Pacific Rim 2
Now that Pacific Rim 2 has wrapped production, with John Boyega sharing a final photo from the set last week, fans are starting the countdown to the first trailer for this action-packed sequel. This follow-up will be quite different from the original in a few different ways, one of which being that original Pacific Rim star Charlie Hunnam won't be back as Jaeger pilot Raleigh Beckett. But the biggest difference that may upset most fans is that Guillermo del Toro is not coming back to direct, although he is still on board as a producer. While promoting his new Netflix series Trollhunters, Guillermo del Toro revealed exactly why he stepped aside as the director of Pacific Rim: Uprising.

We first reported on this Pacific Rim sequel back in December 2012, just months after the original Pacific Rim opened in theaters, with original writer Travis Beacham coming back to write the script. Guillermo del Toro
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The Surprising Reason Gabrielle Union Doesn't Look Like She's Aged a Day Since Bring It On

The Surprising Reason Gabrielle Union Doesn't Look Like She's Aged a Day Since Bring It On
Gabrielle Union is famous for two things: One, her TV and film career. And two, the fact that she doesn't appear to be aging. Not one bit. "Of course, as I've aged, everything on my body hurts! My hips, back, shoulders—lots of aches and pains," she admits in the March issue of Women's Health, featuring the Being Mary Jane star on the cover. And while she obviously keeps fit, Union hasn't done anything to alter what's naturally going on above the neck. "I get asked all the time how I look so young," she says. "I don't like needles. I'm not going to rule out Botox, but the idea of putting a needle in my face—I'm not there...
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The Weeknd Opens Up About Marriage, His Sex Appeal As Selena Gomez Kissing Pics Emerge

The Weeknd Opens Up About Marriage, His Sex Appeal As Selena Gomez Kissing Pics Emerge
The Weeknd is opening up about his thoughts on love and fame.

The notoriously private 26-year-old singer -- whose real name is Abel Tesafaye -- covers the February issue of GQ along with Chance the Rapper, and gets candid about the notion that he's being constantly propositioned by women.

"I don't think that's real," Tesafaye tells the magazine, reflecting on his own sex appeal. "Listen, I'm not walkin' around like f**kin' Idris Elba, know what I mean? …I'm not gonna walk into the club and be like, 'Oh sh** I'm the sexiest guy in here.' The reason why they want to f**k with me is because of what I do [in the studio]. So I'd rather just focus on doing that."

Watch: Selena Gomez Spotted Kissing The Weeknd Two Months After His Split With Bella Hadid

Though Tesafaye clearly has no problem with the ladies judging by his dating history. The "Starboy
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This Video of Jason Momoa Breaking an Ax Will Either Scare You or Turn You On

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This Video of Jason Momoa Breaking an Ax Will Either Scare You or Turn You On
A video posted by Jason Momoa (@prideofgypsies) on Dec 3, 2016 at 2:57pm Pst In between filming scenes for Aquaman and hugging skateboards with wife Lisa Bonet's face on them, Jason Momoa squeezes in time to practice his ax-throwing skills. On Saturday, the Game of Thrones actor uploaded a video of himself breaking an ax in half with his knee and bare hands after throwing it at a target. "When you want to be in north dakota but you got to finish your job. Pissed off. Burning off stink I'm sorry I'm not there. It kills me. All my aloha j. Be safe. I love you #nodapl #standingrock," he captioned the clip. This isn't the first time we've gotten a glimpse of Jason's super strength. In November, Jason posted a video of himself whipping a tomahawk at a target (perfectly) after taking a few sips from a pint of beer.
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Cate and Sandy on the Set of "Ocean's 8"

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We're pretty excited for the Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett-led Ocean's retooling here at The Film Experience - no surprise considering the cast also includes Sarah Paulson, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Helena Bonham Carter, Rihanna, and Awkwafina. Can you believe we have to wait almost two years for this thing?!

Well, the film recently began filming and we're of course foaming at the mouth to see our first glimpse of these actresses together! Here are some shots of our headliners in action, with Bullock looking like Miss Congeniality's Gracie Hart back in action but Blanchett giving her audition for a Prince version of I'm Not There. One can hope that costume designer Sarah Edwards (The Last Days of Disco, Michael Clayton) has even more outfits like this for Blanchett to play with.

More looks and thoughts after the jump...
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Once Upon a Time Season 6 Episode 5 Review: Street Rats

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Riff raff, street rat – I don't buy that.

On Once Upon a Time Season 6 Episode 5, the story of another savior, Aladdin, came to life.

Elsewhere in the hour, the Evil Queen took her big sister for a day at the spa, secrets were exposed, and a little pair of scissors may be the answer to Emma's dilemma.

Let's get into it, shall we?

Shareen: She was helping me find a man who I cared about a long time ago.

Emma: Aladdin?

Shareen: You know him?

Emma: No, I just saw the movie - it's a this world thing.

Permalink: No, I saw the movie - it's a this world thing. Added: October 23, 2016

Just like Emma, we've all seen the movie. We know who Aladdin is and how his story plays out – or do we?

I'll admit that I was cautiously optimistic about the Aladdin arc on Once Upon a Time.
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Once Upon a Time Season 6 Episode 2 Review: A Bitter Draught

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After an hour of not-so-surprising turns, all I can think about is eating a Monte Cristo sandwich. 

Gooey grilled cheese with ham...I'm salivating just thinking about...

More important things, yes. The very first Untold Story to unfold on Once Upon a Time Season 6 Episode 2 belonged to the Count himself, or Edmund, as the Charmings once knew him. 

Edmund: All I wanted was a fresh start.

Regina: And you can still get one.

Permalink: And you can still get one. Added: October 02, 2016

While I really wanted to get invested in the Untold Stories this season, I truly hope that they don't all play out this way. 

Poor Edmund, just like the story, wanted to avenge the death of his fiance, but rather than finding a new love and getting a happy ending, as the Count seemingly should have, his story ends quite tragically at the hand of Regina. (More on that in a moment.
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Emma Stone Is Oscars Frontrunner After La La Land Best Actress Win in Venice

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Emma Stone Is Oscars Frontrunner After La La Land Best Actress Win in Venice
Awards season is just getting started, but Emma Stone has just emerged as an early favorite to take home the Oscar for Best Actress. She has once again paired with Ryan Gosling in the musical La La Land, which played recently at the Venice Film Festival. The movie was received incredibly well, and Stone took home the best actress prize at the festival, making her an early Academy Awards favorite.

Stone plays Mia in La La Land, an aspiring actress and playwright who is in love with old movie stars, but lives in modern day Los Angeles. The movie recently made its debut in North America at the Telluride International Film Festival where it also received a ton of praise. Variety caught up with Stone at Telluride and she discussed the role of Mia a bit. Here is what she had to say.

"I definitely understood the feeling of moving
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Q&A: I'm Not There. I'm Right Here With My Cat(s)

Your questions a few days back really got me going so you're getting two weeks of Q&As out of them. Here's the first episode with eight questions answered on Hamilton, I'm Not There style biopics, dinner with movie characters and more... 

Ibis: Cast This! The film version of Hamilton

Nathaniel: Since they'll surely make us wait another 10 years for any movement on the film we'd have to suggest actors we've never heard of who maybe even haven't started acting yet so we can't think on this. I will say though that when everyone was so sad that the original cast was leaving the show I felt like hugging everyone and going "it'll be fine if you see replacements!" because the star of Hamilton is really the musical itself, if you ask me. Yes, the actors were great but it's one of those things that's so perfectly calibrated to be its best self,
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This Week in Fact-Checking Donald Trump: NFL Denies Gop Nominee's Claims That League Sent Him a Letter

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This Week in Fact-Checking Donald Trump: NFL Denies Gop Nominee's Claims That League Sent Him a Letter
ABC Breaking News | Latest News Videos The NFL is denying Donald Trump's claims that the league reached out to him to denounce the dates of two presidential debates - which happen to fall on game nights. In a recent interview with ABC News's George Stephanopoulos, the 70-year-old business mogul condemned the Commission on Presidential Debates for scheduling the events on Sept. 26 and Oct. 9, which coincide with Monday Night Football and Sunday Night Football respectively - and claimed that the NFL sent him a letter about the scheduling. "I got a letter from the NFL saying, 'This is ridiculous.
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This Week in Fact-Checking Donald Trump: NFL Denies Gop Nominee's Claims That League Sent Him a Letter

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This Week in Fact-Checking Donald Trump: NFL Denies Gop Nominee's Claims That League Sent Him a Letter
ABC Breaking News | Latest News Videos The NFL is denying Donald Trump's claims that the league reached out to him to denounce the dates of two presidential debates - which happen to fall on game nights. In a recent interview with ABC News's George Stephanopoulos, the 70-year-old business mogul condemned the Commission on Presidential Debates for scheduling the events on Sept. 26 and Oct. 9, which coincide with Monday Night Football and Sunday Night Football respectively - and claimed that the NFL sent him a letter about the scheduling. "I got a letter from the NFL saying, 'This is ridiculous.
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