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Question: If you’re not going to solve your blind item about the series that was so bad it was nearly pawned off on a streaming service, can you at least give us another hint? —Sarah
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Laurel Lainio lent a hand to two best friends who needed it.
The woman happened upon a dog named Rosie and her owner, a homeless man named Pat Quinn who performs music on the street, after a night out with friends, Australia’s 7 News Adelaide reports.
She found out the dog’s knee was injured and that it would cost $3,000 to fix it.
“When I saw Rosie last week,” she told the station, “I just couldn’t handle the thought of her having to go without her surgery.”
Rather than think about it, she did something about it, and created »
- Amy Jamieson
“Look who I found,” Payne teases in selfie mode before twisting his phone to reveal Horan, who also had his phone at the ready. “What’s up?” he asks his smiling bandmate in the post.
“And we’re here with the horse show, as well, »
- Katherine Richter
Harry Styles‘ stepfather, Robin Twist, has died. He was 57.
“Harry’s stepfather, Robin Twist, sadly passed away this week after a long battle with cancer. The family asks for privacy at this time,” a rep for Styles, 23, tells People in a statement.
Twist married Harry’s mother, Anne Cox, in June 2013. The One Direction member served as the best man at the wedding and even walked Anne down the aisle during the ceremony at the town of Congleton in Cheshire, England.
Earlier this month, Anne celebrated their four-year wedding anniversary on Instagram writing, “Thank you for all the anniversary wishes. »
- Karen Mizoguchi
The action-packed, coming of age feature film Saban’s Power Rangers will morph onto Digital HD June 13 and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital HD), Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital HD), DVD and On Demand June 27 from Lionsgate.
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The Saban’s Power Rangers DVD will include exclusive audio commentary with director Dean Israelite and writer John Gatins, and deleted/alternate/extended scenes and outtakes. Saban’s Power Rangers will be available on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVD for the suggested retail price of $42.99, $39.99, and $29.95, respectively.
· “The Power of the Present” Documentary
o “Rangers Then to Now”
o “Building the Team”
o “Beyond the Rangers”
o “Suiting Up”
o “Rangers, Welcome to Training”
o “Rangers in the Wild”
o “It’s Morphin Time”
o “Power Ballad: Music and Sound”
o “This is Your Destiny”
· Deleted/Alternate/Extended Scenes
· Theatrical Trailer with Audio Commentary by Director Dean Israelite
DVD Special Features
· Deleted/Alternate/Extended Scenes
The Official Lrm Last call for the Bellas https://t.co/RpeKqqcoWk about 21 minutes ago »
- Michael Connally
The fifth edition of Sundance: London came to a close this weekend. The festival, which cherry-picks a handful of films screened at its American parent festival each year to show across the pond, presented a program of 14 feature-length movies, 15 shorts, and various panel discussions over four days in collaboration with Picturehouse Cinemas.
Of the 14 features shown — which included both fiction and documentary selections — only one had a female director, but the pocket-sized fest still managed to pack in a fair amount of women-centric programming. Alongside Marianna Palka’s surreal feminist satire “Bitch,” which she directed, wrote, and starred in, there were also standout performances to enjoy from Jessica Williams (“The Daily Show”), who lives up to her character’s billing in “The Incredible Jessica James,” and veteran screen actress Lois Smith (“Please Give”) who plays the title character in the speculative sci-fi film “Marjorie Prime.” Meanwhile, on the documentary side of things, Sundance’s U.S. doc grand jury prize winner “Dina” also screened. The film stars its eponymous subject, a woman on the autism spectrum whose life has been touched by tragedy but remains charismatic and resilient in her search for new love.
Six of fifteen shorts were women-directed. Not only did London audiences get a chance to see some of the festival’s most celebrated — and, in the case of Kristen Stewart’s directorial debut “Come Swim,” perhaps, most anticipated — international short-form offerings for 2017, but a welcome spotlight was thrown on up-and-coming UK filmmakers via a dedicated UK Shorts strand. It featured Jennifer Zheng’s “Tough” — a beautiful animated meditation about the director’s mother and her early life in China during the Cultural Revolution — and Rubika Shah’s “White Riot: London,” a documentary piece about the Rock Against Racism movement.
In the The Art vs. Stepping Stone panel discussion, Palka offered advice to up-and-coming filmmakers. Producer Jessica Levick (“Personal Best,” “Legacy”) also participated. The two women shared their experiences of working with the short form and getting film projects off the ground, and both came to the reassuring conclusion that a filmmaker’s artistic vision needn’t be compromised in her search for funding.
Sundance’s Pocket-Sized London Fest Lacks Women Directors But Screens Solid Female-Led Films was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Alice Thorpe
This article originally appeared on NME.com.
Paul McCartney has revealed who was cut from the iconic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover.
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles‘ eighth full-length album and acts as one of the best-selling albums of all time.
While most of these celebrities were happy to appear on the cover for free, McCartney says that there was one actor who wanted a fee.
“We all had a list of favourites. »
- Samantha Maine
I don’t mean to be a downer lately, I really don’t. On any given day, I’m the first person to rush to the defense of sequels and spinoffs of all kinds. I’ll invariably love the latest Marvel movie, I’m eagerly awaiting The Dark Tower to hit theaters and even the new Cars movie looks like it’s going to be a ton of fun. For the life of me, though, I have never understood studios’ fascination with prequels. More so than even the most suspect sequel, prequels never seem to work even on their own terms. Even the most ardent Star
Can We Please Give the ‘Alien’ Prequels a Rest? »
- Brian Hadsell
Known for her role on the 2000s MTV darling The Hills, Port has since dabbled in multiple television ventures, and even went on to publish a memoir in 2011.
Today, the former reality star is a fashion designer who runs a lifestyle blog. Recently, she launched a disposable dishware line with Target, and signed on as creative head of flower delivery service Bloom2Bloom.
Port, 32, married Tim Rosenman in November 2015. In February, she announced on social media that the couple are expecting their first child.
You can find Port on Instagram and Twitter @whitneyeveport, »
- Whitney Port
Please give Andre Braugher a comedy Emmy already. Please? We’re not going to ask so nicely next year. On Tuesday’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” season finale, Dets. Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) infiltrate Captain Holt’s (Braugher) Razzmatazz exercise class to discuss an ongoing bank robbery case. Turns out Peralta can’t really hack it in the cutthroat world of Step jazzercise, though his hula hands were Ok. Watch TheWrap‘s exclusive sneak peek via the video above. Also Read: Seth MacFarlane Mocks 'Family Guy' Network, 'Empire' Entertains, We All Get Cookies! Here’s »
- Tony Maglio
If there is one downside to being the go-to hairstylist for Gabrielle Union, Tracee Ellis Ross and countless It-girls in Hollywood, it’s a lack of personal R&R. Just ask Schwarzkopf celebrity stylist Larry Sims, who after years of non-stop styling realized he hadn’t taken a few days off between blow-outs in years. But recently, the pro got the opportunity to not only go on the vacation of his dreams, but to have his getaway taped for a new Bravo series called Invite Only Cabo. With the show set to premiere Sunday, May 14, we dialed up Sims (who »
- Jackie Fields
From Academy Award®-Winning Director Damien Chazelle and Starring Oscar® Best Actor Nominee Ryan Gosling and Oscar® Best Actress Winner Emma Stone, La La Land, Arrives on Digital HD April 11 and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Blu-rayTM Combo Pack and DVD on April 25 from Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment Label
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- Michael Connally
Editor’s Note: This article is presented in partnership with FilmStruck. Developed and managed by Turner Classic Movies (TCM) in collaboration with the Criterion Collection. FilmStruck features the largest streaming library of contemporary and classic arthouse, indie, foreign and cult films as well as extensive bonus content, filmmaker interviews and rare footage. Learn more here. Agnes Varda
At age 88, the indomitable and highly influential Varda shows zero sign of slowing down when it comes to churning out art told through continually experimental means (she’s also remained committed to supporting her work in person, recently popping up at both the French Institute Alliance Française for a career-spanning chat and this year’s Rendezvous With French Cinema series with a brand new exhibit; we should all be so lucky to be as vital and involved when we’re half Varda’s age). Varda’s contributions to cinema and feminism have been »
- Kate Erbland
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“I got cold-called by [director] Kathryn Bigelow,” said the actress, describing how she first got word of the role as a CIA agent for the 2012 film. “I was in Toronto, and I had heard from [producer] Megan Ellison. We had done a film, [2012’s] Lawless, together. And she said, ‘By the way, do you know Kathryn Bigelow’s trying to get a hold of you? She wants to meet with you on something.’ And I was like, ‘What? Please give her »
- Stephen Galloway
“Majorie Prime”: Sundance Institute
FilmRise has acquired U.S. distributions rights to Lois Smith and Jon Hamm’s holographic love story “Marjorie Prime,” Deadline reports. Directed by Michael Almereyda (“Hamlet”), the sci-fi film co-stars Geena Davis and Tim Robbins. “Marjorie Prime” took home the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Feature Film Prize at Sundance this year, where it made its world premiere.
Based on Jordan Harrison’s Pulitzer-nominated play, the film is set in the near future and centers on Marjorie (Smith), who “spends time with the young likeness of her deceased husband, Walter (Hamm). This revitalized Walter is a sophisticated holographic projection that provides companionship while stimulating Marjorie’s memory — allowing her to explore their shared past as she lives with dementia,” Deadline summarizes. “Marjorie’s daughter Tess (Davis) and her husband, Jon (Robbins), develop their own complex feelings about the new Walter, uneasily coming to terms with the nature of identity, memory, and our ever-shifting relationship to technology.” Smith originated the role of Marjorie in the stage version of the story. She first played the character in 2014.
According to the source, FilmRise is planning to launch a theatrical release mid-2017 and will “push all the main actors with a targeted award-season campaign.” Smith is currently 86 years old, so she’ll be 87 by the time Oscar nominations are announced. The oldest actress to receive a Best Actress nomination thus far is Emmanuelle Riva, who was 85 years old when she scored a nod in 2013 for “Amour.”
Smith’s career spans nearly seven decades, with film credits including “East of Eden,” “Five Easy Pieces,” “Fried Green Tomatoes,” “Dead Man Walking,” and “Please Give.” “Desperate Housewives,” “True Blood,” and “Grace and Frankie” are among her TV credits.
“We are thrilled to announce our acquisition of this superb Sundance award-winner,” said FilmRise CEO Danny Fisher. “Michael Almereyda has created a subtle and masterly adaptation, and the performances by Jon Hamm, Lois Smith, Geena Davis, and Tim Robbins are extraordinary.”
Lois Smith-Starrer “Marjorie Prime” Acquired by FilmRise was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Laura Berger
The actress, who made her film debut as Bernice, the awkward-but-cute preteen in 2004’s Spanglish, has had an extended onscreen life as a teenager, playing Jenny Humphrey’s rival on two episodes of Gossip Girl, the teenage daughter to Catherine Keener in the dark comedy Please Give and, in 2013, a recent high school graduate in The To Do List. In Speech & Debate, the film adaptation of Stephen Karam’s Off-Broadway play opening in select theaters and on demand April 7 and is available exclusively on iTunes April 2, she returns to high school as a Rachel Berry-like student with dreams of becoming a star.
The new film, which she dubs her “swan song” for teenage roles, comes as Steele has evolved into an adult both onscreen and onstage. “I had this »
ClexaCon, a new convention celebrating Lgbtq women in entertainment, generated such interest among both fans and actors that “Grey’s Anatomy” star Sara Ramirez turned up in Las Vegas to attend the event, which was held over the weekend.
“Got 4 hours of sleep 2 b at last day of ClexaCon & so worth it! Loving it,” Ramirez tweeted Sunday. The actress, who played Dr. Callie Torres on “Grey’s Anatomy” and is, like the character, bisexual, stayed all day Sunday and sat in the audience for a series of lively panels, including conversations about the representation of queer women of color in the media and why authentic representation for Lgbtq women matters. The panel about depictions of queer women of color in the media spontaneously re-convened as the convention drew to a close, and Ramirez participated in that conversation, staying on as long as she could to talk with panelists and take photos with attendees.
- Maureen Ryan
It was an eventful week in Salem as Steve and Kayla exchanged vows, Julie received devastating news, and Nicole and Chloe faced off at a custody hearing.
MyHourglass: A Days Of Our Lives Fan Forum members andredimera and fluffysmom join TV Fanatic Jack Ori to debate how good the wedding was, who they think will get custody and more...
1. Rate Steve and Kayla's wedding from 1 (most boring wedding ever) to 10 (most romantic wedding Days has had yet).
Andredimera: About a 5. It was a good wedding, but there wasn't enough focus on the actual wedding couple!
Fluffysmom: I'm giving the wedding an 8. I thought it was heartfelt and romantic. It was really nice having Stephanie, Carrie, and Austin come to Salem for the wedding. I'm glad that Steve and Kayla had their family and good friends sharing their special day.
Jack: As Andredimera said, there wasn't enough focus on Steve and Kayla. »
- Jack Ori
Please Legends….Please give us the creepy octopus base hidden in the swamp…..I’ve never wanted anything more…
This looked like it was going to be a very bad episode; the crew of the ship literally had nothing to do, no time to travel to, they were just sitting around trying to figure out who the speedster was. Where’s the action? It’s with the bad guys this time. And it was a wickedly fun episode due to that fact (cementing the idea that a Merlyn/Dahrk show would be so watchable). As the Legion continue to search for pieces of the Macguffin – I mean Spear – without the Amulet, they get creative. Who knew Rip had bank account information embedded into his tooth? Those Time Masters are a strange bunch. But, it leads »
- Jessie Robertson
Fabien Westerhoff’s Film Constellation has acquired international rights to New York-set romantic comedy “Permission,” starring Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens, and written and directed by Brian Crano. Film Constellation will show first footage from the movie (exclusive image, above) to buyers at next month’s European Film Market in Berlin.
The film focuses on Anna (Hall) and Will (Stevens), who are each other’s first everything: first kiss, first love, first and only relationship. As Will is about to propose, their best friend suggests they should date other people before spending the rest of their life with each other, leading the duo on an unexpected romantic journey.
Speaking to Variety, Hall said that she and Crano have been friends since she was 19. “He has always been a very precocious talent,” Hall recalled. “I met him when he was doing a rehearsed reading of his play in a West End »
- Leo Barraclough
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