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This just isn't fair. Not only is Jenna Dewan married to one of the hottest guys in Hollywood, Channing Tatum, but she also looks like this without any makeup on! The stunning actress took to Instagram on Thursday to share a couple photos that her hubby took of her on a recent vacation in Mexico -- where the 34 year old poses without clothes and with a fresh face. "#tbt to chans insistence on a makeup free shoot in Cabo...too bad he's not good at anything," she joked of the gorgeous photo above. "I pretty much live my entire life with hair in my face," she captioned a second shot. Tatum recently opened up about meeting his now-wife on the set of "Step Up" back in 2006 "We were basically together on the movie," he told Redbook in 2014. "It’s interesting now, because we can watch it and see; we can go, »
- tooFab Staff
The cliches are back in force in this week's episode of Heroes Reborn, which lacks the action and spectacle of the last instalment...
This review contains spoilers.
4.1 The Needs Of The Many
Heroes Reborn has done an admirable job thus far of avoiding the clichéd and corny dialogue that can often plague the superhero genre, but in this week’s episode, those familiar tropes were back in force. Joey Falco’s script featured Teleport Tom delivering the standard ‘ever feel you were born to do something greater?’ spiel that I’m surprised hasn’t already been copyrighted by Marvel, Carlos spouting a typically masculine “we’ll just have to get him first” quip as he strides off to battle and Malina took a cue from Return Of The King’s Éowyn as she asserted, quite accurately, that she is not a “grown man”. It isn’t something that spoils an »
Proof that Maori dancers can bust a move with the best of them, “Born to Dance” serves as an astonishing Kiwi choreography showcase, the biggest and by far more impressive of its kind to originate Down Under, as local star Tammy Davis — known in New Zealand as Munter of hit skein “Outrageous Fortune,” but more familiar abroad for bigscreen roles in “Whale Rider” and “Black Sheep” — makes his high-energy feature directing debut, following a pair of well-traveled shorts. Casting mostly real dancers and hip-hop personalities in roles that might have benefited from more acting experience, the film pits the country’s best dancers against one another for a fictive version of that title, though it’s the off-the-wall technique (from “Step Up All In” cast mate Parrish Goebel), not the boilerplate plotting, that will give this Kiwi sensation international legs.
Likable upstart Tu (Tia-Taharoa Maipi) holds a dead-end job at »
- Peter Debruge
The drug cartel thriller (pictured) from Denis Villeneuve will launch in autumn.
The slate includes Francis Lawrence’s adventure fantasy The Odyssey, the first live-action Power Rangers film and the Monopoly adaptation.
“We’re thrilled to expand our relationship with Buena Vista International through this output agreement in a major territory with enormous upside,” said Lionsgate Motion Picture Group co-chairs Patrick Wachsberger and Rob Friedman and Lionsgate International COO Andrew Kramer.
“We’re pleased to continue building our Bvi relationship with a powerful, commercially exciting slate loaded with blockbuster tentpoles, potential franchises and star-driven event films.”
“Bvi’s stature, experience and tremendous track record coupled with Lionsgate’s diverse film portfolio promise significant upside for both »
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Lionsgate has signed an output deal with Disney’s Buena Vista International for distribution of Lionsgate movies in Russia and the rest of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
The agreement will start with Lionsgate’s thriller “Sicario” this fall and include Francis Lawrence’s adventure fantasy “The Odyssey,” the live action Power Rangers film and the movie adaptation of Hasbro’s Monopoly.
Lionsgate previously teamed with Bvi on Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment films, including the Japanese release of “Red,” the “Step Up” films, and the Spanish and Japanese releases of “Source Code” and “Tree of Life.” Lionsgate and Bvi previously announced that they will be launching the final installment of “The Hunger Games” franchise — “Mockingjay — Part 2” — on Nov. 19 in Russia and Cis.
- Dave McNary
Monday: Girls Can Code, 9pm on BBC Three
In a bid to inspire more girls to take up computer coding, this BBC Three two-part series combines the science of Tomorrow's World with the competitive chaos of The Apprentice. Five young women more accustomed to selfie snapping than website servers take on the male-dominated digital world.
BBC Radio 1 presenter Alice Levine (best known for Big Brother's Bit on the Side) hosts as the girls attempt to pitch their prototypes to the UK tech industry. No doubt leaving us viewers feeling old, but engrossed.
He's already formed singing groups out of military wives, random celebrities and kids, and now he's looking »
Ryan Guzman didn’t come to “Heroes Reborn” as a fan of creator Tim Kring‘s original Heroes series, which ran on NBC from 2006 through 2010. “When it first came out I was a college student, so I wasn’t doing much watching TV,” said the 27-year-old ac-tor, best known for Pretty Little Liars and two of the Step Up movies. “I could barely afford a TV, and I was doing more partying than anything.” But he binged-watched the original before getting his role on the new series, in which he plays an Army vet with Ptsd and “an opportunity to. »
- Steve Pond
I don’t think anyone would mistake So You Think You Can Dance‘s 12th season as its strongest — aside from viewers who were trapped in some sort of Footloose-esque, no-grooving-allowed nightmare for its first 11.
But while the Great Stage-Vs.-Street/Jason Derulo-Vs.-Descriptive-Adjectives Experiment of 2015 lacked something in diversity (whatever happened to ballroom and disco?), gut-busting emotional concepts (what I wouldn’t have given for one routine on par with “Addiction Dance“) and insightful critique (Mary Murphy and Misty Copeland, I missed you!), I’d be lying if I said summer TV still wasn’t the better for it. »
It's not the first time the "Step Up" star, 34, has joined the "Sytycd" family.
Photos: 'So You Think You Can Dance': Season 12 Shots
Jenna has previously served as a guest judge for the reality competition series, but her next appearance will mark her "Sytycd" stage debut.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Access Hollywood)
“We hope to explore the history that Lucy has with James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks) — or, as Lucy knows him, Jimmy Olsen,” states executive producer Ali Adler. “I think we’re going to bring in her father. She not only plays a romantic foil with whatever Kara (Melissa Benoist) and James are brewing, but people will also be surprised that she’s really a woman’s woman. She and Kara develop their own friendship, too. We’re not just bringing her in to purposefully create tension. She serves a larger story drive.”
- Gary Collinson
There's this Roland Emmerich movie "Stonewall" coming out about the riots at New York's Stonewall Inn in 1969 that paved the way for the Lgbt civil rights movement. We discussed earlier how the trailer's cloying feel seems disappointing. Now we have a poster to ogle. I'll be: It does not get better. Now, now: I have not seen this film. I don't know how successfully it will defy our expectations and present an accurate picture of the uprising. But I did have to check multiple sources to make sure this poster wasn't a fraud. Look at it. Look at those ragtag, smiling kids. Is this a poster for a critical Lgbt moment or Six Flags? It's time to rename this movie. Here are the best ten options. 1. Step Up 4... Civil Rights 2. So You Think You Can Disturb the Peace 3. The Sandlot 3: We Play Ball Like a Girl 4. Xanadu 2: »
- Louis Virtel
No makeup necessary! Jenna Dewan Tatum showed off her flawless complexion on Wednesday when she snapped a selfie sans makeup and showed she is a natural beauty, fresh face and all. "Your love got me looking so crazy right now @shapewithangela Best butt kicking inspirational workout as always!," she captioned the Instagram snap. In the photo, the actress shows off her glowing skin as she makes a silly face for the camera after leaving her workout. The star works a head of slightly disheveled hair and looks absolutely gorgeous! Channing Tatum's other half is no stranger to a make-up free selfie or two, but when she does get dolled up, her glam game is always on point. Earlier this month, the "Step Up" actress stepped out for the 5th annual Celebration of Dance Gala in a sexy white cut-out dress that she paired with tousled waves, a smokey bronze eye and a pink lip. »
- tooFab Staff
Earlier this week, Universal Pictures released the new trailer for their upcoming reboot Jem and the Holograms, based on the cult classic animated TV series. If you still find yourself in need of a Jem fix, then you're in luck, because today the studio put out a music video, set to the band's song "Youngblood." The video does feature plenty of new footage that we didn't see in the trailer, including another look at the pint-sized robot named Synergy.
Synergy represents one of the biggest changes from the animated TV series to the movie. In the original show, which ran from 1985 to 1989, Synergy was a computer that projected holograms, and gave Jerrica her "Jem" alter-ego and protected her true identity. That is certainly not the case here, with Synergy portrayed as a cute little robot. The trailer that debuted last week featured scenes where Jerrica (Aubrey Peeples) is told by »
Following the behind-the-scenes featurette that debuted yesterday, Universal Pictures has released the second trailer for Jem and the Holograms. Based on the hit animated TV series from the 1980s, director Jon M. Chu's adaptation brings this beloved character back to life on the big screen for the first time. Watch one young girl's rise to fame, with a little help from "Synergy."
As a small-town girl catapults from underground video sensation to global superstar, she and her three sisters begin a one-in-a-million journey of discovering that some talents are too special to keep hidden. In Universal Pictures' Jem and the Holograms, four aspiring musicians will take the world by storm when they see that the key to creating your own destiny lies in finding your own voice. This trailer introduces fans to a new version of "Synergy," which is much different than the TV series version.
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No-one was impressed by the first Jem and The Holograms trailer, as fans complained about the liberties taken with their beloved animated series. The trouble all stems from adapting an ’80s cartoon into a 2015 live-action movie, as any variation from the source material was bound to ruffle feathers. With the arrival of a new trailer though, could those preconceptions finally be smashed?
Jem revolves around a teenage girl who picks up a guitar, writes a few tunes and ropes in her pals to join her band. Footage is uploaded to the web and before you can say “YouTube advertisement deal,” the group’s video becomes a viral hit. Global superstardom beckons.
The newest preview zeroes in the young girl, real-life name Jerrika, whose lofty rise to fame is a sugar-coated story of sentimentality. Along the way she’s plagued by a money hungry manager-type played by Juliette Lewis, and a »
- Gem Seddon
Fox's Fantastic Four got a Thing-like pummeling at the box office with a $26.2M first outing, allowing Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation to take #1 for the second weekend in a row with $29.4M. Fantastic's $6,558 take per screen underwhelmed across the board and it doesn't look like the Josh Trank-directed film has any hopes of turning things around. The film earned a dismal "C-" Cinemascore, a very low grade for what is supposed to be a summer blockbuster. Pixels, for heaven's sake, earned a "B." The top 12, with $121.7M, was 30.1% lower than last year in this frame ($174.2) when Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles surprised with a $65.6M opening weekend and Guardians of the Galaxy had the best 2nd weekend of the summer of 2014, hauling in $42.1M. They contributed to a first ever $1B August, something extremely unlikely to be repeated this year. As for Fantastic Four one has to go back »
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Powered by the Energizer bunny energy of the seemingly inexhaustible Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation pulled in $56M for the weekend, taking #1 at the box office. It's a good start for the $150M, fifth installment in the now-rejuvenated M:i series that seems to be have been carried, uphill, on Cruise's back. The success of the film also adds a counter-example to the "Where Are the Box-Office Stars??" articles queued up at entertainment outlets everywhere.Just last week Adam Sandler's Pixels, with a tepid $24M opening, prompted numerous "Is He Over?" articles, questioning the box-office virility of the once critic-proof star. On the Fourth of July weekend Arnold Schwarzenegger's Terminator Genisys drug itself to $27M, coming in third behind an animated Pixar movie in its third week and a dinosaur movie in its fourth week. Genisys continues to struggle with a domestic take of $87M. Cruise, however, »
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Like husband, like wife! Following Channing Tatum’s epic "7 Dance Moves in 30 Seconds" video for Vanity Fair earlier this month, fellow dancer and wife Jenna Dewan Tatum decided to put her skills to the test, too. Check out the video above to see Jenna do the "Magic Mike," the Beyonce ... and the "I'm a Mom." We've gotta hand it to the mother-of-one, she definitely has hubby Channing Tatum's stripper moves down -- and we loved seeing her reenact a scene from "Step Up," the movie that brought her on-screen relationship with Channing to life. In the cute clip, the 34-year-old also jokes about why she decided to marry the "21 Jump Street" star after appearing in the the dance-heavy drama together back in 2006. "He saved you from falling on your head like ten times," she says, while pretending to talk to herself. "And you're like, 'We're getting married.'" Need »
- tooFab Staff
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