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So long, Blake Shelton—Miranda Lambert has a new love in her life! But put those claws away, y'all: Miranda's new buddy is a cat. That's right, the 31-year-old country singer has once again expanded her menagerie of animals, this time with a precious stray kitten her friend found on the side of a highway! Miranda Instagrammed a sweet selfie with her new addition. She also provided a little back story to how she acquired her latest animal, writing, "When your friend @harps226 comes to visit and says 'oh by the way I picked up a stray kitten on the highway in Arkansas and it's in the garage'. And then she smile's this innocent smile. Guess who has a kitten now?" It »
Domestic bliss interruptus?
The Season 4 premiere of The CW’s Arrow (airing Wednesday at 8/7c) finds partners in crimefighting (and more) Oliver and Felicity very much in love and living in the ‘burbs — but can that last when they’re needed back in Star City?
Having screened the season opener, TVLine is here to share some teasers about the lovebirds’ future, a bromance gone bad, this season’s mysterious flashbacks and more.
♦ As much as we know about this season — and let’s be honest, we know a lot thanks to months of press, »
If you’re like me, you can spend hours and hours scrolling through Netflix Instant while you try to pinpoint the perfect movie to watch. With Halloween right around the corner, I thought it might be helpful to provide you guys with 31 great horror and sci-fi movies that are currently available to stream—one for every day of October.
Here’s a look at over 30 great genre films that should get you in the Halloween spirit over the next month and are currently available to stream on Netflix Instant.
Two centuries after her execution, condemned witch Princess Asa returns from the dead to wreak vengeance on her killer’s family.
Louis finds a burial ground that brings the dead back to life—yet with an added streak of evil. Tragedy soon forces Louis to use the site’s powers.
- Heather Wixson
The President of Gabon in West Africa has 2 wives with very different lives ... one who lives in the presidential palace and the other who's on welfare. Guess who's unhappy and wants a divorce? President Ali Bongo Ondimba lived in L.A. when his dad was the president. He met a woman named Inge in 1991 and married her 3 years later. They had 3 kids and lived lavishly ... private jets, mansions, cooks, the works. In fact, in »
- TMZ Staff
Talk about uneven! In its third season, the ordinarily extraordinary Masters of Sex careened between the sublime (“Party of Four”) and the ridiculous (the less said about “Monkey Business,” the better). But at least in its season finale, the Showtime drama wasn’t, er, messing around. Not only did the hour deliver the Bill/Libby showdown we’ve long craved, it also marked a major turning point in Bill and Virginia’s on-again/off-again relationship. How major? Read on…
RelatedMasters of Sex Renewed for Season 4 at Showtime
Decisions, Decisions | As “Full Ten Count” began, Virginia was dodging Dan’s phone »
Find out who else Trevor Noah will be interviewing - Vulture Steve Urkel's catchphrase is making a comeback - HuffPost Entertainment Guess who wants a Destiny's Child reunion? - MTV 9 ways all popular movies are exactly the same - Cracked Ranking this week's Dancing With the Stars performances - BuddyTV Who will Bonnie fall for on Tvd this season? - The Vampire Diaries Here's how much comedians actually make - Splitsider Diego Boneta is making sweet music - Popsugar Latina »
- Kelsie Gibson
Even though Supernatural has been on for 10 seasons, I only started watching last August. Though I quickly became a devoted Supernatural fan and by June I wrapped up Season 9. I figured, “Hey, I’ll just wait until season 10 comes out on Netflix,” but when they announced that the Season 10 DVD would be coming out in the Fall at the Comic Con panel, I was like, “No!” And when I got the Blu-Ray (which was released on September 8th), I watched it all in like, a week, because that’s what I do.
The Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD release of Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season is well worth owning. It contains 23 episodes and over four hours of bonus content. It picks up after Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) was transformed into a demon and cursed with the Mark of Cain. And of course, Sam (Jared Padalecki) & their angel buddy, »
- Maddy and Anya Ernst
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Kill Count of the Day: Superman movies used to be pretty low on death, especially as caused by the hero himself. Until Man of Steel, of course. Watch the numbers rise fast as Mr. Sunday Movies counts up the Superman movie kill count: Fan Theory of the Day: We all know that Neo is "the one" in The Matrix movies. What this video presupposes is, maybe he isn't? Guess who is. Or just watch. Fan Art of the Day: We're less than three years away from the release of Avengers: Infinity War - Part 1, so here's a fan-made poster for the set (via Geek Tyrant): Supercut of the Day: When you mash together all the shootouts in...
- Christopher Campbell
At some point in our lives - most often early on - we were all young. But when it comes to some actors, that's hard to believe... until you watch their fresh-faced audition tapes, that is.
Here, then, are 8 examples of joyfully awkward casting tapes where the now rich and famous were very young and eager to please. Resist the urge the hug the following, if you can...
1. Hugh Jackman
Film: X-Men (2002)
Role: Logan / Wolverine
Age at the time: 33
Did he get the part? Yes
Film: Dazed and Confused (1993)
Role: David Wooderson
Age at the time: 22
Did he get the part? Yes
MTV's heavy metal show Headbangers' Ball, incidentally, was "killed off" in 2012. Fortunately, thanks to this audition tape, it lives on! »
Like many of Stanley Kramer’s once incredibly topical titles, the iconic Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? seems incredibly dated by today’s standards, even if the subject matter and representation of ‘interracial’ relationships and everything that antiseptic terminology implies hasn’t quite progressed as much as one would hope since this film thundered into cinemas in 1967. Sandwiched between two lesser beloved titles in his filmography, Ship of Fools (1965) and The Secret of Santa Vittoria (1969), this was Kramer’s third Oscar nod as Best Director and the last great hurrah (he’d direct a handful of other features throughout the next decade, and a 1975 television pilot version of this film).
Successful San Francisco newspaper owner Matt Drayton (Spencer Tracy) and his liberal minded wife (Katharine Hepburn) are about to have their progressive viewpoints challenged when their white daughter Christina (Katharine Houghton) brings home her fiancé of one week, a black, »
- Nicholas Bell
The Austin Film Festival has selected Brian Helgeland as recipient of its Distinguished Screenwriter Award, to be presented Oct. 31.
Helgeland won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay for “L.A. Confidential” and was nominated for “Mystic River.” He directed and wrote “Legend,” “42,” “A Knight’s Tale” and “Payback” and wrote “Man on Fire,” “The Taking of Pelham 123,” “Conspiracy Theory,” “Green Zone” and “Blood Work.”
Helgeland has also won awards from the Writers Guild of America, as well as the Pen Center Literary Award, the Edgar Allan Poe Award and the USC Scripter Award. Universal launches “Legend,” starring Tom Hardy, on Oct. 2.
- Dave McNary
Warning: Full spoilers for “Game of Thrones” season 5 ahead. When “Game of Thrones” completed its fifth season, it left viewers with several questions, some of which were the same cliffhangers that book readers have been living with for years. Jon Snow’s fate has launched a thousand theories, for example. I know, I know – they insist he’s really dead. Well that can mean a lot of different things in Westeros! Guess who’s Not dead (likely because he’s just too mean to die)? Stannis “the baby burner” Baratheon. He lives on in the books, that is. In answer to a fan question on his LiveJournal, author George R.R. Martin recently confirmed that Stannis is indeed “beyond a doubt” still breathing in the world of his novels. Now to be fair, Stannis is not yet a child killer in Martin’s creation, and he may never be one. As fans of the show know, »
- Roth Cornet
Malala Yousafzai's story is coming to the big screen - HuffPost Entertainment Big news for Guardians of the Galaxy 2 - Vulture Fifth Harmony does the monster mash in a new video - MTV TBS has renewed American Dad for two more seasons - Splitsider 25 tiny changes that would alter movie history forever - Cracked Guess who might be returning to the Real Housewives - BuddyTV The Pretty Little Liars are coming to New York Comic-Con! - Pretty Little Liars Selena Gomez slayed on stage with Taylor Swift - Popsugar Celebrity & News »
Guess who? (Cuz it's so hard????) Clue: Fresh off tour with a fresh fiancé ???? #901girl ???????? #iceicebaby ???? #thejulianne ?? A photo posted by Riawna Capri (@riawnacapri) on Aug 19, 2015 at 7:20pm Pdt Lots of newly engaged ladies hit the nail salon as soon as the ring slides on their finger, but for Julianne Hough a fresh haircut was higher up on her list of priorities. Not a problem for her longtime hairstylist, Riawna Capri, who could not have been more pumped to celebrate her client and [...] »
The sixth season of The Walking Dead stumbles onto our screens in October of this year, picking up the pace after the turbulent events in the Alexandria Safe-Zone. While fans of the series play Guess Who’ll Die This Season with the regular cast AMC have another trick up their tattered sleeve – the prequel spin-off
The post Get Ready to Fear the Walking Dead – Watch the New Show’s Opening Scene appeared first on HeyUGuys. »
- Jon Lyus
It's history in the making! Madeline Stuart, the 18-year-old model with Down Syndrome, has just nabbed what might be the gig of a lifetime. She'll be walking in her very first New York Fashion week show this fall. If that's not a dream job we don't know what is. The Australian model, who has appeared in several national campaigns including fitness brand Manifesta and eco handbag line everMaya, made her big announcement on Instagram this past week. "Guess who is modelling in NY for New York Fashion Week xx," she captioned the post, alongside the ad for the show featuring the hashtag #FashionFreeFromConfines. Stuart will be hitting the catwalk for Ftl Moda on September 13, and it seems »
Guess who’s back? The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air may just be the latest in a string of ‘90s sitcom revivals, and it's rumored to be produced by none other than the show’s former star himself, Will Smith. Smith, who became a household name after the success of the TV series, will return to the franchise in a producing role, not a starring role, TVLine.com reports. According to the site, the actor’s production company, Overbrook, is still in the early stages of developing the narrative arc and characters for the reboot, [...] »
This week on Off The Shelf, Ryan is joined by Brian Saur and Scott Nye to take a look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week of August 11th, 2015, and chat about some follow-up and home video news.
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Episode Links & Notes Follow-up Dressed To Kill Follow-up Vudu Aspect Ratios The Simpsons DVD sales Don Hertzfeldt’s Kickstarter News Arrow Announcements: Jacques Rivette box set, Honeymoon Killers, Nekromantik 2, Moc Announcements: Imamura box set, Naked Prey, Man With A Movie Camera, Seconds Kino Lorber Studio Classics: How I Won The War, Salaam Bombay, Cop, Bray Studios Kickstarter Toy Story That Time Forgot – November 3rd Twilight Time: November / December 2015 titles Star Wars Blu-ray Re-release / Steelbooks New Code Red Blu-rays up for order – Sweet Sixteen, Trick or Treats & The Cheerleaders More Sony Supreme Cinema Series Blu-rays announced: The Fifth Element and Leon The Professional »
- Ryan Gallagher
Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy are the latest casualty of the Summer of Splits -- following Ben and Jen, Blake and Miranda and, most recently, Gwen and Gavin. The two muppets confirmed the news through a joint statement earlier today. After careful thought, thoughtful consideration and considerable squabbling, Kermit the Frog and moi have made the difficult decision to terminate our romantic relationship. We will continue to work together on television (“The Muppets”/Tuesdays 8pm this fall on ABC) and in all media now known or hereafter devised, in perpetuity, throughout the universe. However, our personal lives are now distinct and separate, and we will be seeing other people, pigs, frogs, et al. This is our only comment on this private matter… unless we get the right offer. Thank you for your understanding. The two attended the Television Critics Association summer press tour for their new series on Tuesday as well, »
- tooFab Staff
Paper Towns may not feel like a sequel to The Fault in Our Stars (though it does have a link or two), but the John Green adaptation does give us a lot to think about (and what's maybe the best soundtrack of the year). One of the surprises of the John Hughes-inspired high school movie is that it's also a road trip movie - main character Q (Nat Wolff) gathers his friends to find his enigmatic dream girl Margo (Cara Delevingne). The destination? A paper town, just like the film's namesake. Green himself first learned of the phenomenon of paper towns - fake cities printed on maps to prevent map plagiarism - on a road trip with his girlfriend in South Dakota. So in case you were wondering, yes, paper towns are real, and in fact, Agloe, the town mentioned in the film, is real as well. Here's more »
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