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About 30 minutes before the grand opening of Magic Mike Live at Hard Rock Las Vegas, Channing Tatum stood on a red carpet surrounded by 13 male performers in the show and a chant broke out among the men: “We want strippers!”
It didn’t take long before that happened, with the 13 men dancing and shedding clothes, much to the delight of the predominately female crowd.
Tatum sat above the show on a balcony looking down at his creation, but certainly not missing the days when he was on stage as women tossed money at him.
“I don’t miss anything about stripping, »
- Mark Gray
The kids in Riverdale are singing “Kids in America.”
During next Thursday’s episode (The CW, 9/8c), Archie and Veronica duet on the new-wave hit at the Homecoming dance, and Betty looks none too pleased about the flirty chemistry between the duo in this sneak peek. (Someone else even storms off during the number.)
RelatedThe CW Sets Finale Dates for Riverdale, The Originals, The Flash and 7 Others
Press Play on the video above to watch the performance, then hit the comments with your thoughts.
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In today’s TV News Roundup, Chuck Lorre’s new Netflix series gets a premiere date, History is set to release a docu-series on drug trafficking, and USA announces a stacked recurring cast for Season 2 of “Shooter”.
Netflix announced that “Disjointed,” a new comedy series co-created by Chuck Lorre, will premiere on August 25 along with releasing a brief teaser. The 30-minute sitcom follows Kathy Bates as Ruth, a lifelong advocate for marijuana legalization, as she finally realizes her dream of owning an L.A. cannabis dispensary (with the help of several “budtenders”). The series also stars Tone Bell, Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Dougie Baldwin, and Elizabeth Ho.
History announced the premiere date for its upcoming, limited documentary series, “America’s War On Drugs“. This four-part, eight-hour series examines the untold true story of how the secret alliances of drug traffickers and covert government operations has shaped American culture over the past fifty years. It »
- Emily Mae Czachor
Bella Thorne knows a thing or two about dating in Hollywood, but don't expect her to write a rule book anytime soon!
Et caught up with the 19-year-old actress at the Freeform upfronts in New York City on Wednesday, where she opened up about dating in the spotlight -- and admitted that she still "can't figure it out."
The Famous in Love star is single these days, but she's still the subject of crazy rumors.
"People say that I don't eat and I just think it's so ridiculous," she shared. "If you follow me on Snapchat, anybody that knows me is like, 'I've never known »
Jerry Ferrara, Jesse Bradford and Todd Lowe will join USA Network’s Ryan Phillippe-starrer Shooter as recurring characters, the network said today. Beverly D'Angelo will be back when the show returns for its second season July 18. Ferrara (Entourage) will play Kirk Zehnder, a former marine who always detects a conspiracy and is part of the core team of Bob Lee Swagger (Phillippe). Bradford (Flags of Our Fathers) will recur in the guest star role of Harris Downey, a D.C… »
Freeform is taking on Hollywood with a sexy new soap, Famous in Love.
In the 10-episode drama, based on Rebecca Serle's novel of the same name, Bella Thorne stars as Paige Townsen, a college student who gets her big break after auditioning for the lead role in a Hollywood blockbuster. But, she quickly discovers that behind the glitz and glamour (plus, attractive male co-stars!), life in the limelight isn't all it's cracked up to be.
"We get to see the glamorous side of Hollywood, and the show is very glamorous. But then we get to see what goes on behind the scenes," creator and executive producer Marlene King says in Et's exclusive featurette. "There's great romance, great friendship, epic drama, lots of twists and turns, and surprises."
Related: Bella Thorne Explains Why Dating in Hollywood Is 'Literally the Worst'
"This show is like a geometry class. There are so many love shapes going on -- there's »
When Warner Brothers’ hotly anticipated “Wonder Woman” hits theaters on June 2, it will not only be a landmark moment for female superheroes, but also for female directors like Patty Jenkins, who told DC All Access that she always saw herself as Superman.
Audiences have been familiar with Jenkins ever since she wrote and directed “Monster” (2003), which starred Charlize Theron in a career-defining turn as serial killer Aileen Wuornos, for which she won an Academy Award. More recently, Jenkins has directed for television show like “The Killing,” “Arrested Development,” and “Entourage.” “Wonder Woman” marks a giant step up for Jenkins, as well as female directors who rarely get offered blockbusters.
In the exclusive clip below, Jenkins discusses her personal history with superhero stories. “It’s not about being a superhero,” said Jenkins. “It’s about having a medium »
- Jude Dry
John Cleese is set for a return to a BBC sitcom for the first time since “Fawlty Towers,” the broadcaster said Tuesday. The “Monty Python” legend will co-star alongside actress Alison Steadman in new six-part comedy series “Edith,” which has been commissioned for BBC One.
Created and written by Charles McKeown, who was Oscar-nominated for 1985’s “Brazil” directed by Cleese’s fellow Python Terry Gilliam, “Edith” will also star Jason Watkins, Jessica Hynes, Anne Reid, Rosie Cavaliero, James Cosmo and Peter Egan. The show re-teams Cleese and Steadman, who played husband and wife in Christopher Morahan’s 1986 film “Clockwise.”
“If you had carte blanche on your fantasy BBC One comedy cast then you’d not be far off the ‘Edith’ line-up,” said Shane Allen, controller of comedy commissioning at the BBC. “It’s also a huge pleasure to welcome John Cleese back to the land of BBC sitcom – his last one did all right.”
- Robert Mitchell
In what may very well be the first time someone has been accused of threatening someone with a dangerous Entourage episode in a court of law, Jurassic World and Star Wars: Episode IX writer Derek Connolly has sued a woman he dated over threatening to “Entourage S7 E7” him. Rather than a vicious promise to make Connolly’s life so comfortable and supportive that people lose all capacity to give a shit about what happens to him, though, the threat seems to be centered on a plotline from the episode “Tequila & Coke,” in which Jeremy Piven’s character Ari is threatened with blackmail.
The threat, accompanied with the alleged posting of the couple’s texts to Instagram, was apparently issued as part of the woman’s demand that Connolly—a long-time collaborator with Episode IX director Colin Trevorrow, and the mind that helped bring Monster Trucks into the world ...
- William Hughes
A man sets out on a mission to rescue his brother from a formidable mobster when the thriller Arsenal arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD and Digital HD March 28 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand. Directed by Steven C. Miller (Marauders, Extraction), the action-packed movie features an all-star cast including Adrian Grenier, Johnathon Schaech, Lydia Hull, Academy Award Winner Nicolas Cage (Best Actor in a Leading Role, Leaving Las Vegas, 1995), and Golden Globe Nominee John Cusack (Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, High Fidelity, 2001).
Now, you can own the Arsenal Blu-ray. Wamg has three copies to give away. All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question: What is your favorite movie co-starring John Cusack? (mine is The Grifters!). It’s so easy!
1. You Must Be A Us Resident. Prize Will Only Be Shipped To Us Addresses. »
- Tom Stockman
DJ Dillon Francis has landed his own interview series on TBS Digital.
TBS Digital has ordered seven parts for the comedic series, titled “One Deeper Talks,” in which Francis — as his German deep house alter ego known as DJ Hanzel — will sit down with renowned DJs to chat about a variety of topics. Guests include Calvin Harris, Tokimonsta, Kaskade, What So Not, Flosstradamus, Jauz, and Alesso.
The series is now available on social platforms for TBS.
Francis is one of the most successful DJs. Among his music credits is the song “Get Low” for “Furious 7,” plus tracks that have been featured on “Entourage,” “Neighbors” and “Zoolander 2.” He has worked alongside Diplo, Major Lazer, Skrillex and Calvin Harris. He also appeared in the Zac Efron movie “We Are Your Friends.”
Francis is represented by Paradigm and Teamwrk.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Bill Murray is having one helluva sports year.
The actor was seen proudly cheering and celebrating 11-seed Xavier University’s victory over 2-seed University of Arizona during Thursday’s Ncaa tournament matchup at Sap Center in San Jose, California.
And Murray, whose son is an assistant coach for Xavier’s basketball team, had the best time at the game.
He made “X” gestures by crossing his arms to show his support for the Musketeers, and even rubbed the head of Sister Rose Ann Fleming, the 77-year-old nun who makes sure all of Xavier’s student-athletes live up to the University’s academic standards. »
- Karen Mizoguchi
Las Vegas is home to over thirty very different casinos. From the Mandalay Bay to the south of the famous strip – aka Las Vegas Boulevard, to the far north, where you’ll find the likes of the towering Stratosphere and the Fremont, the city attracts millions of people each and every year. Of course, as well us ‘normal people’, famous folk like a flutter too, and celebrities can often be seen in Sin City trying their luck on the thousands of gaming tables. But who likes to go where? Here, we take a look at five big casinos where the stars like to come out and play.
Arguably the biggest and most famous hotel and casino on the strip, the Bellagio is placed in the middle of all of the action between the huge Caesar’s Palace and The Cosmopolitan. Many of Hollywood’s elite have been spotted at the famous casino tables, »
- David Agnew
Still Eligible: Yes.
Last year saw two “Veep” supporting actors land nods, but let’s see if we can get a few more in 2017. In addition to Tony Hale (who’s won twice in the past four years) and Matt Walsh (who snagged his first nod in 2016), Timothy Simons, Kevin Dunn, and Gary Cole are all more than deserving of some TV Academy love. Sure, that would take up five of the six slots, but can we really argue against any of them?
Those willing to try include last year’s winner Louie Anderson, who returns stronger than ever »
- Ben Travers
A man sets out on a mission to rescue his brother from a formidable mobster when the thriller Arsenal arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD and Digital HD March 28 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand. Directed by Steven C. Miller (Marauders, Extraction), the action-packed movie features an all-star cast including Adrian Grenier, Johnathon Schaech, Lydia Hull, Academy Award Winner Nicolas Cage (Best Actor in a Leading Role, Leaving Las Vegas, 1995), and Golden Globe Nominee John Cusack (Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, High Fidelity, 2001). From the producers of Lone Survivor, the Arsenal Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.
Family loyalty is tested in this ferocious thriller about a successful businessman (Adrian Grenier) willing to do anything for his deadbeat brother (Johnathon Schaech) – including tracking down the vicious mobster (Nicolas Cage) holding him hostage. »
- Tom Stockman
Susan Sarandon is continuing her TV takeover.
In a seasonlong arc, Sarandon will play Samantha Winslow, the strong, focused head of a motion picture studio.
Season five of Ray Donovan returns in the summer, with Sarandon joining a list of new faces joining the Liev Schreiber series including Entourage's Rhys Coiro, House of Cards' Michael Gill, Brian White (Scandal) and American Horror Story alum Adina Porter.
For Sarandon, the Showtime drama joins a roster of credits including Thelma »
- Lesley Goldberg
On “Dynasty,” Dale will play the butler, Anders. The revival of the ’80s primetime soap follows two of America’s wealthiest families, the Carringtons and the Colbys, as they feud for control over their fortune and their children. The series will be told primarily through the perspectives of two women at odds: Fallon Carrington, daughter of billionaire Blake Carrington, and her soon-to-be stepmother, Cristal, a Hispanic woman marrying into this Wasp family and America’s most powerful class.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
You can’t change the channel these days without stumbling upon a time-travel show. The newest one to join the craze: ABC’s cat-and-mouse thriller Time After Time, an adaptation of the 1979 movie of the same name, which itself was based on Karl Alexander’s novel.
Like many a Kevin Williamson-produced drama, Sunday’s two-hour series premiere opens with a murder. This one takes place in 1893 and is the handiwork of the dashing and psychopathic Dr. John Stevenson aka Jack the Ripper (played by Revenge‘s Josh Bowman »
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In the E! drama (premiering this Sunday at 10/9c), unknown actress Megan (The Walking Dead‘s Christine Evangelista) is offered $10 million by megastar Kyle (Dallas‘ Josh Henderson) to be his wife. Alias vet Michael Vartan costars as Kyle’s friend/mentor Terence, who heads the self-help organization The Institute for the Higher Mind.
The group may share a likeness with Scientology, but “there are elements of a »
Time After Time may belong to the 2016-17 TV season’s time-travel class, but it has more in common with executive producer Kevin Williamson’s previous series, The Vampire Diaries and The Following, than it does with Timeless and Making History.
RelatedABC’s Time After Time: How Hard Is It Being TV’s Sixth Time Travel Show?
The ABC drama — which is based on the 1979 book and movie about sci-fi author H.G. Wells (UnREAL‘s Freddie Stroma) and his pursuit of Jack the Ripper (Revenge‘s Josh Bowman) in modern-day New York City — is “very Kevin Williamson” with its »
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