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The obstacle course of red, white and blue tires is the same, but the dunk tank is a bit more extreme as ABC wages a new Battle of the Network Stars starting Thursday, June 29 at 9/8c.
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For the unfortunately uninitiated of you, gather ’round as I spin a yarn about the original intra-network “field day” competition that aired on ABC during the 1970s and ’80s, pitting the Alphabet network against CBS and NBC and… well, that was it, kids. PBS and the »
The project, now in post, centres on a couple who move into their dream all-American home in New England with high hopes of starting a family.
When they are shattered by a miscarriage, a malevolent presence begins to manipulate the wife’s fragile mind, causing her husband to doubt her sanity.
It is only after a local medium reveals the menacing supernatural cause that the couple release they must fight the evil spirit that wants to claim their lives.
Brody starred »
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
Happiness is finding out that Kristen Bell's entire outfit is on sale (well, except for the $425 Mercedes Castillo sandals. But everything else is on sale). Though you probably think the Chips actor's floral ensemble is a statement-making maxi dress, it's actually an incredibly chic two-piece Rebecca Taylor set—and now both the top and the skirt are 40 percent off. Is there a more perfect summer outfit? (Debatable, but probably not.) It's structural (which makes it more interesting than your average outfit), it's floral (without feeling too girly) and it's romantic enough to throw on with heels for date night but easily toned down with sandals for a more »
Kristen Bell took a drive down memory lane.
On Throwback Thursday, the 36-year-old actress posted a photo to Instagram of when she was pregnant with her first child, daughter Lincoln. In the pic, she's sitting next to husband Dax Shepard as he drives a classic car while comforting his wife, who is looking down at her baby bump.
"#Tbt to four years ago -- the calm before the storm," Bell captioned the black-and-white image. "Practicing our ride to the hospital -- in our new 'family car' (a 1995 wood-paneled Buick Roadmaster station wagon). Patiently waiting out month nine. Thank you, @mrchrislowell for this picture."
The Bad Moms star has been feeling quite sentimental this year. In January, she also shared a photo from her and Shepard's wedding day at the Los Angeles County Courthouse in 2013. "#Tbt to when I cried »
Kristen Bell doesn’t take her life for granted — and she doesn’t let her daughters lose sight of the fact that they live a very blessed life.
“We talk about the fact that we are very lucky to have food on the table and to have jobs and a roof over our heads,” the actress told People Saturday at Los Angeles’ annual Baby2Baby Mother’s Day Playdate, sponsored by Tiny Prints.
“We drive in our areas of Hollywood and see people sleeping on the street and in tents, and talks about that. And she says, ‘Those people sleep »
- Raha Lewis
Dax Shepard and Michael Peña suit up in the iconic roles of Baker and Ponch, respectively, for the raunchy big-screen re-imagining of Chips. Though the new version failed to catch fire at the box office, it's still coming to home video this June where more eyeballs will certainly take a peek.
Chips, which costars Rosa Salazar, Adam Brody, Kristen Bell and Vincent D’Onofrio, is slated for a Digital HD release on June 13th. The Chips Blu-ray and DVD release falls a couple weeks later on June 27th.
No Chips 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray or unrated version is planned at this time.
The Chips Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD combo pack will come with a decent selection of bonus features as outlined below.
This Is Not Your Dad’s Chips
Ducati: The Perfect Bike
Check out the Chips Blu-ray combo cover art and trailer below. »
Warner Bros.’ animated reboot of “Scooby-Doo,” which last year brought on Dax Shepard as a co-director and writer, has another two years before its in mystery-fighting shape. Originally pegged for a Sept. 21, 2018 release, the film is now parked way down the calendar at May 15, 2020, the studio said on Wednesday. Shepard shares the directors chair with longtime Warner Bros. Animation producer and director Tony Cervone. Charles Roven and Richard Suckle, who previously worked on 2002’s live-action “Scooby-Doo” and 2004’s “Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed,” are producing alongside Allison Abbate. Also Read: 'Chips' Is Latest Studio Bro Comedy Crawling With Homophobic 'Gay Panic' Jokes Shepard. »
- Matt Donnelly
The story follows a man (Pena) trying to save his family from an alien invasion. “Luke Cage” star Michael Colter also recently joined the cast. It is unknown which character Shrapnel will be playing.
The pic bows on Jan. 26, 2018.
Todd Lieberman and David Hoberman of Mandeville, who backed the highly-anticipated live action “Beauty and the Beast,” will produce. Mandeville’s Alexander Young will executive produce, alongside Nathan Kahane and Joe Drake of Good Universe. Anna Halberg will serve as co-producer.
- Justin Kroll
Some new faces have joined Felt Films' upcoming Dark/Web series, including legends Robert Davi (Die Hard) and Julie Benz (Buffy the Vampire Slayer). Davi, who has appeared in over 100 films, plays an ethically challenged doctor in an episode titled "Transplant," written and directed by Mario Miscione, while Benz appears in one called "Rideshare" from Boman Modine. Other last-minute additions to the cast include Hayley Marie Norman (iZombie), Dora Madison (Friday Night Lights) Griffin Freeman (Atlanta) Duane Shepard Sr. (American Crime Story), Amin El Gamal (Prison Break: Resurrection), Cameron Cruz (CHiPs) and Cole Bernstein (Secrets and Lies). They star in the segment, "Viral", written and directed by showrunner Michael Nardelli. About the show: Each episode of Dark/Web explores themes related to the internet and the...
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The stars are celebrating almost 10 years together, so naturally Shepard took to Instagram to post a goofy throwback photo of himself and Bell, 36.
“This was nearly 10 years ago. I often wonder if I chose correctly,” the CHiPs actor, 42, captioned a photo of himself sharing a pretty awkward kiss with Bell in a pool as Shepard held a dolphin (yes, a dolphin).
“The dolphin’s not on Facebook, so it’s hard to know for sure,” he added.
“The dolphin’s not on Facebook, so it’s hard to know for sure. »
- Char Adams
“This thing keeps parking closer to the house. Next I know it will be right next to the lazy boy, front and center in my living room. Please note the car seat and baby helmet on the passenger side. Care to explain, @daxshepard ? #polaris #slingshot,” she captioned her Instagram of the black and orange vehicle.
The CHiPs star had captured Shepard’s vehicle when it was initially parked on their lawn. »
- Katherine Richter
A movie starring two famous actors who happen to be married in real-life: On paper, it sounds like it should be a sure-fire win. In reality? It’s not that simple.
It’s no wonder that famous couples might be hesitant to collaborate in a movie, even if it was guaranteed to smash the box office: Working with your spouse is hard, and it wouldn’t make it any easier to know that throngs of people would be examining the final product, looking for all possible glimpses into your personal life.
Occasionally, some famous couples have considered that possibility and decided, »
- Drew Mackie
Earlier this week, Disney took the stage at CinemaCon with a brief presentation, and while some fans were hoping for Star Wars or Marvel news to come out of this panel, that didn't happen, with the bulk of the event used for a screening of the studio's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Before the screening, though, the studio did discuss its massive slate, which included our first look at the official logo for Ant-Man and the Wasp, which will hit theaters next summer. Of course, since Ant-Man 2 doesn't start filming until this coming June in Atlanta, there isn't any official photos or footage the studio could have shown, but now at least we know what the logo looks like.
The logo was captured during the presentation by Twitter user Caleb Williams, who snapped a photo of Disney's full slate, which shows Ant-Man and the Wasp »
While promoting his hit sci-fi film Arrival last year, Jeremy Renner was asked if his commitments to Avengers: Infinity War would interfere with returning as Brandt in Mission: Impossible 6. Since the production schedules for both movies seemed to overlap, the actor wasn't exactly sure how it would all shake out, but it seems that there is also another project that will now definitely keep the actor away from Mission: Impossible 6. A new report claims that, not only is Jeremy Renner shooting Avengers: Infinity War, but he'll also be gearing up to return as Hawkeye in Ant-Man and the Wasp.
This new report comes from Showbiz 411, which reveals that Jeremy Renner will shoot both Avengers 3 and Ant-Man 2 back-to-back. Filming is already under way on Avengers Infinity War, which will also be shot back-to-back with Avengers 4, with the entire shoot slated to stretch until sometime this fall. In between this massive shoot, »
On Tuesday's Late Late Show, Kristen Bell and James Corden were physically moved by the power of love – but they weren't moved to the same spot. The actress and host sang the classic Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes' duet "Up Where We Belong," made hilarious by fake production errors.
The duo began on the stage, with Bell showcasing her warm vibrato and Corden channeling Cocker's trademark gravelly croon. But the vibe turned comedic seconds later, as the CHiPS actress was lifted way above the host, who hung mere feet off the stage. »
MaryAnn’s quick take… Toilet humor, cars exploding for no reason, random naked boobies, and gay panic… although, weirdly, also lots of awkward, unerotic nearly naked Dax Shepard. I’m “biast” (pro): enjoyed the TV show, but I was like eight then
I’m “biast” (con): enough with the reboots
(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)
In 2011, the comedian and actor Dax Shepard made his feature debut with the mockumentary Brother’s Justice. In it, he plays a version of himself as — in the words of Gary Goldstein in the Los Angeles Times — “an impulsive, clueless narcissist on a journey to reinvent himself as an action star.” The plot involves Shepard running around Hollywood trying to raise money to make a cash-grab action movie starring himself. His 2012 second feature as writer and director (and star), action comedy Hit and Run, might have looked like a fulfillment of that dream, »
- MaryAnn Johanson
Chips represents something of a burning passion project for Dax Shepard, who initially approached WB with a pitch that took the core concept of the ’70s TV show and slapped on a new lick of paint. The end result is a wildly over-the-top, laugh-out-loud funny, buddy cop movie in the vein of Lethal Weapon or Michael Bay’s Bad Boys, one in which Shepard is joined by Ant-Man‘s Michael Peña.
Together, they form the fiercest duo on the California Highway Patrol, one which spends their days catching criminals – or at the very least, trying to – and generally frolicking around on America’s sun-kissed West Coast. Rounding out the cast list for the hilarious, R-rated romp are Kristen Bell (Dax Shepard’s significant other), Rosa Salazar, Adam Brody, Jessica McNamee, Vida Guerra, Rene Moran and Kelly Richardson.
Recently, at the film’s press day in Los Angeles, we had the »
- Kit Bowen
But the Lionsgate reboot of “Power Rangers” (officially “Saban’s Power Rangers”) exceeded expectations to lead the new wide releases. The two other studio newbies, “Life” (Sony) and “Chips” (Warner Bros.) stumbled out of the starting blocks with weak showings as more attention is directed at the four March 2017 releases well past $100 million domestic (“Kong: Skull Island”/Warner Bros. and “Logan”/20th Century Fox) as March looks to be the new April in terms of studio release schedules. The calendar keeps expanding and the returns at the top are strong.
$88,347,000 (-49%) in 4,210 theaters (no change); PTA (per theater average): $20,985; Cumulative: $316,953,000
2. Power Rangers (Lionsgate) New – Cinemascore: A; Metacritic: 44; Est. budget: $100 million
$40,500,000 in 3,693 theaters; PTA: $10,967; Cumulative: $40,500,000
3. Kong: Skull Island »
- Tom Brueggemann
Disney's Beauty and the Beast delivered a monster second weekend, pulling in enough to make it the fourth largest second weekend of all-time and pushing the film over $315 million in a matter of just ten days. Added to that, Lionsgate's release of Saban's Power Rangers debuted in second place and proved there was still an audience for the franchise that began in the early '90s. Meanwhile, Sony's Life didn't show much of it and WB's CHiPs finished mostly as expected, settling in the lower half of the weekend top ten. All that said it was a great weekend at the domestic box office with the top twelve delivering $192.3 million a 63% improvement over the same weekend last year. With an estimated $88.3 million, Disney's Beauty and the Beast finished atop the box office for a second weekend in a row. It's the fourth largest second weekend of all-time and pushes the »
- Brad Brevet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Australian actress Jessica McNamee has no trace of an accent in Friday’s police comedy romp “Chips,” where she plays an all-American highway patrol officer. She had high praise for Dax Shepard, who made his directorial debut on the project as well as starring and writing the script. “He wore quite a few hats,” McNamee said. “He was a bit more serious, I think, than in his regular life.” The star of USA’s “Sirens” has quite a few impressive projects booked in addition to the Friday release from Warner Bros. Also Read: Emma Stone's 'Battle of the Sexes »
- Matt Donnelly
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