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American Idol Alum Josh Gracin Marries Katie Weir in Nashville Ceremony – All About Their ‘Fine Art-Style Wedding’

There’s nothin’ like them.

American Idol alum Josh Gracin has married his partner of over two years, Katie Weir.

The couple – who started dating in January 2015 before getting engaged that fall – tied the knot on May 6 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Gracin, 36, exclusively tells People of his nuptials with Weir, a 26-year-old PR coordinator and graphic designer, “We got married at a place called Green Door Gourmet, close to downtown Nashville. It’s a great venue that had both the rustic look that I like, and the more contemporary vibe that Katie likes.”

“She wanted a fine art-style wedding so we
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Watch Faith Hill Get in Some Yoga While on Soul2Soul Tour

Watch Faith Hill Get in Some Yoga While on Soul2Soul Tour
Faith Hill is making fitness her priority!

The 49-year-old singer shared video of herself doing some yoga moves backstage during the Mississippi stop of her and husband Tim McGraw's Soul2Soul tour on Sunday. Hill kicked up her left leg, showing her toned stomach in a matching crochet outfit.

"Kicking it up in Mississippi!!" she wrote.

Watch: Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Faith Hill & Tim McGraw Are the Ultimate Squad

Hill has also been taking time to see the sights in Mississippi. On Saturday, she shared a pic of herself next to a sign baring Elvis Presley's name.

"Headed to Elvis’ birthplace tomorrow. #soul2soul," she excitedly captioned the snap.

And it appears the show itself went pretty well -- 49-year-old McGraw posted video from their concert on Sunday, writing, "Thank you Tupelo!!!"

The couple's tour is going through October, ending at the Barclays Center in New York.

Watch: Faith Hill Talks Fame, Family and Aging
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Marvel, Square Enix, and Bioware Plan Big Reveals Tomorrow

  • Cinelinx
Tomorrow looks to be a busy day for us and our loyal readers as three big reveals plan to be dropped tomorrow. Come inside for more details!

It's not every day that three coordinated promotional bombshells get released on the same day. So, it's exciting news when we found out, via twitter, that Marvel, Square Enix, And EA/Bioware will be doing so tomorrow! With each of them announcing it in their own special way.

Kicking it off like a well-mannered host, Marvel used their twitter page to deliver a well-received Save the Date for Tomorrow, January 26, at 9am Cst/10am Est.

Tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/uQnFjapziv

Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) January 25, 2017

What could they be revealing? It's unclear, but my money would be on a Thor: Ragnarok trailer. So far, we've seen the title, the synopsis, even concept art, the only thing we're missing is a trailer to put it all together.
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Leslie Jones Cheers on the U.S. Olympic Swim Team - with Matthew McConaughey!

  • PEOPLE.com
Leslie Jones and Matthew McConaughey might just be Team USA's biggest - and most famous - Olympic fans. Jones, 48, and McConaughey, 46, ran into each other as they cheered on the U.S. swim team on Thursday, where they dubbed themselves the "Best Olympics fans!!" "Real American fans here for the Olympics, team USA," Jones shouted in a video she posted to Twitter. "And it happening, it's happening," McConaughey added as he signaled number one with his finger. The two were decked out in Olympic swag, with Jones wearing an American flag around her neck while the actor donned his official Rio Olympic neck lanyard.
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Sandra Bullock to Lead All-Female Ocean's Eleven Reboot

Sandra Bullock to Lead All-Female Ocean's Eleven Reboot
Kicking it up a notch! Sandra Bullock will be leading the charge in the cast for an upcoming all-female Ocean’s Eleven reboot, according to reports. The Our Brand Is Crisis star will be joining forces with The Hunger Games director Gary Ross, The Playlist reported on Thursday, Oct. 29 — and longtime pal George Clooney may even make a cameo and reprise his role as Danny Ocean. According to the site, the idea for an all-female reboot of the sleek heist thriller began to float last year among [...]
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What's Leaving Netflix in September 2015

As you've likely heard, a slew of high-profile movies, including "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "World War Z" are leaving Netflix in September, thanks to the expiration of a deal with Epix.

Also going bye-bye, TV series including "Coach," "Undeclared," and Britcom "The It Crowd."

Leaving September 1

"Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London" (2004)

"Bratz: Rock Angelz" (2005)

"Care Bears: Big Wish Movie" (2005)

"Care Bears: Journey to Joke-a-Lot" (2004)

"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" (2000)

"Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!" (2009)

"Doomsday Preppers": Season 1-3

"Electrick Children" (2012)

"FernGully: The Last Rainforest" (1992)

"Ink Master": Season 2

"Jackie Brown" (1997)

"Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998)

"Mortal Kombat: The Movie" (1995)

"Patch Adams" (1998)

"Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" (2006)

"Rugrats in Paris: The Movie" (2000)

"Rules of Engagement" (2000)

"Rumpelstiltskin" (1987)

"Sarah's Choice" (2009)

"School of Rock" (2003)

"She's the One" (1996)

"Sleepless in Seattle" (1993)

"The It Crowd": Series 1-4

"The Lost Boys" (1987)

"Total Recall" (1990)

"W." (2008)

Leaving September 2

"Cheech & Chong's Hey Watch This
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Valentine's Day Gifts for Every Kind of Relationship Because Cupid Isn't Judgy

Valentine's Day Gifts for Every Kind of Relationship Because Cupid Isn't Judgy
Got a man? Got a cat? Flying solo? Indulging in a bromance? Getting engaged? Reuniting with an ex? Kicking it with family? Whatever your plans are this Valentine's Day, we've got one response: Right on, playa! Because, call us corny, but we love to celebrate love—all kinds of love. And being that February 14 is a holiday doing just that, well, we may have gone a bit overboard in preparation. But keep it real: Flowers are basic and chocolate is boring. Which is why we've rounded up 23 Cupid-approved gifts. One of these gems is bound to work no matter your situation. So think pink and get red-y with our 2015 Valentine's Day gift guide. Lanvin...
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Indie Spotlight

We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes first details on The Crypt’s 13 Days of #HalloVine, The Rage Vol. 1, and Ink, a trailer for Honeyspider, and much more:

13 Days of #HalloVine First Details: “13 Days of #HalloVine! The Crypt and 13 of your favorite horror directors invade your phone!

The Crypt, Eli Roth’s multi-channel horror studio and iPhone app, is bringing fear to your phone this Halloween as 13 directors are participating in The Crypt’s 13 Days of #HalloVine!

#HalloVine begins October 3rd and ends with Eli Roth himself on October 15th! Find these scary Vines by following The Crypt on Vine or checking out any of The Crypt’s social media channels.

The director of the day will conquer the realm of digital scares and take over The Crypt’s Twitter, Vine, Instagram, Facebook and the Crypt
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Top 10 films of 2013: Iron Man 3

Odd List Seb Patrick 23 Dec 2013 - 22:25

Next up on our countdown of our favourites of 2013, here's Iron Man 3, a surprisingly daring superhero movie

Over the past few weeks, Den of Geek writers have been voting for their favourite films of the year. The votes were weighted, calculated, and compiled into a list of our favourites of 2013's films. Here, at number 5, is Iron Man 3...

5. Iron Man 3

This article contains spoilers.

It would have been, let's face it, astonishingly easy for the Marvel films to rest on their laurels in the wake of The Avengers. Formula for a global smash-hit billion-dollar-grossing superhero franchise established, knock out a bunch of sequels that basically each follow the same basic pattern, job done.

But Marvel Studios didn't get where they are today by doing the easy or the sensible thing. And so the second wave of Marvel films have each taken conscious,
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Saturday Night Live Scores Justin Timberlake, One Direction, Jimmy Fallon and More as December's Hosts and Musical Guests

Saturday Night Live Scores Justin Timberlake, One Direction, Jimmy Fallon and More as December's Hosts and Musical Guests
NBC is giving us the best holiday gift ever! The Peacock network has been killing it this season with their surprisingly hilarious Saturday Night Live hosts. We've still got Kerry Washington's catchy rendition of "What Does My Girl Say?" stuck in our heads. And Lady Gaga's dancing stage mom skit? Priceless! And now fans can get excited for three more sensational celebrities who will be hosting and/or performing during SNL's December shows. Better put on some shades y'all, because we're about to name drop some of the biggest and brightest stars in the business... Kicking it off on Dec. 7, the longrunning sketch comedy show will welcome back actor Paul Rudd for his third hosting...
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The Wolverine: 15 Stupid Things To Avoid Doing In Real Life

We can all agree that The Wolverine was a vast improvement on its predecessor, X-Men Origins: Wolverine. While the ending followed the usual comic-book-movie cluster of too much CGI, a contrived twist that was telegraphed an hour before the movie was released, and action that went on for way too long, the rest of the film felt like a more focused and intimate experience. Even if the story was a tad on the dull side.

Wolverine wasn’t required to save the world, but was instead tasked with dealing with his own inner demons. The more personal story was the perfect counter balance to the action. Like Dredd, The Wolverine proved that smaller stories carry more punch than watching New York be destroyed for the 150th time.

But for all its good points, there were many things that kept dragging me out of the experience. Things that didn’t make sense or just seemed really,
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Why Does the World Need Another Film Festival?

With a prolonged global recession putting increasing pressure on the already fragile financial underpinnings of film festivals all over the world, what’s the argument for yet another curated offering -- and especially one taking place more than an hour from a major city, in rural Virginia? That skepticism greeted the announcement of this weekend’s first annual Middleburg Film Festival, which was spearheaded by Washington DC (and Middleburg) entrepreneur, filmanthropist and sports team owner Sheila Johnson -- one of the producers of "Lee Daniels’s The Butler." Documentary filmmaker Susan Koch ("Kicking It") was executive director of the Festival. The four-day experience, centered at Johnson’s new luxury Salamander Resort (and including venues around the historic horse-country town of 720 inhabitants), drew filmmakers and fans from around the world, and provided a rousing answer.Robert Redford had visited with Johnson, a long-time Sundance Festival board...
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Liam Hemsworth Joins Twitter But Does Not Follow Miley Cyrus

Liam has finally joined Twitter, and there is one person he is not following: his fiancée Miley! Does this mean the rumors that their romance is off are true?

Liam Hemsworth has Twitter! On June 5 Liam made the brave move to join the social networking site, and he is clearly new to online media because he forgot to follow his fiancée Miley Cyrus! Or did he? The former lovebirds have not been seen together in public in weeks, sparking rumors of a break up, and Liam’s latest move will not do anything to help those whispers!

Liam Hemsworth Is Not Following Miley Cyrus On Twitter

Liam, 23, officially joined the Twittersverse on June 5, and he got all his fans in a tizzy when he tweeted: ”Kicking it off on Twitter for the first time. Glad to be on board. Thank you for following… -L”

Not very exciting, but he is new to this!
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Liam Hemsworth Joins Twitter, Says He's "Glad to Be on Board"

Liam Hemsworth Joins Twitter, Says He's
It looks like Liam Hemsworth is ready to express himself in 140 characters or less. The actor has just decided to join the Twitterverse, posting his first first message under the pretty straightforward handle @LiamHemsworth. "Kicking it off on Twitter for the first time," he tweeted on Wednesday. "Glad to be on board. Thank you for following." While he has yet to post any more messages other than that introductory one, the guy does already has just over 12, 600 followers as of this writing. Welcome, Liam. We can't wait to see what you and Miley Cyrus will no doubt share with each other!
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Because Flinging Cheetos in Real Life isn’t Socially Acceptable… Yet (Sponsored)

What's better than playing with your food? Kicking it up a notch with a catapult. Introducing Cheetos Cheetahpult, a highly addictive new game that allows you to fling cheetos across the room with your phone or mouse, racking up points and unlocking new levels. If you aren't creative enough with your targeting, you might trigger some funny cut-scenes. You can play the Cheetahpult on the CheetosChannel (we promise not to judge you for your three-year-old behavior), then check out Cheetos on Facebook for more cheesy goodness.  Hit the jump to watch. [This article is sponsored content.]
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Live Blog: ‘Glee’ Season 4 Premiere

By Carson Blackwelder

Television Contributor

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Final Thoughts: Coming from someone who hasn’t really enjoyed the last two seasons of Glee, I thought the season 4 premiere was extremely strong.

Everything from the music (wasn’t the biggest fan of “Americano/Dance Again”) and the storylines are right on spot so far.

The introduction of Marley and her cafeteria mom is a breath of fresh air for the show and is a rather timely storyline. And Marley stuns in her performances as well (as does Jake). I couldn’t be more excited for a character on this show than I am for her.

Rachel and Kurt have reunited (making my Kurt and Rachel Show dreams come true) and I’m looking forward to them taking NYC by storm together.

I was surprised to see many of the graduates missing from the premiere, but with the addition of new characters, it makes sense.
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NYC Event: Star Wars uncut

The Lincoln Center, long known as the high-culture vanguard of New York City, has a film society. The Film Society of Lincoln Center (Fslc) host the New Directors / New Films festival. They tend to show a lot of documentaries, a lot of subtitled films - if you're lucky, you might catch a subtitled documentary! But some kind of genius behind the scenes has started a midnight summer film series; and this lineup rocks. The old lady at Lincoln Center is loosening her stays, in a big way. Kicking it off, this Friday, is a big-screen showing of Casey Pugh's Star Wars Uncut.

For those of you unfamiliar with Star Wars Uncut, it's a genuine labor of love created by hundreds of Star Wars fans. In 2009, Casey Pugh assigned a different fan (or group) fifteen seconds of the film Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope to remake in whatever fashion they chose.
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Film Junk Podcast Episode #368: Dark Shadows

0:00 - Intro 2:40 - Review: Dark Shadows 31:30 - Headlines: Edgar Wright Teases Ant-Man Movie, Jody Hill to Direct a Dukes of Hazzard Reboot?, Kurt Russell Drops Out of Django Unchained, Argo Trailer, Gangster Squad Trailer 49:25 - Other Stuff We Watched: Saturday Night Live, Kicking It, English Premiere League Soccer, Demons, Demons II, Haywire, Assault on a Queen, The Asphyx, Platform Moon, Face Off, The Silent Partner, Shark Night, Road to Perdition, Ed Wood, Veep, The Pitch, Celebrity Apprentice 1:40:00 - Junk Mail: Too Negative, Director's Voices + Beakman's World vs. Bill Nye the Science Guy, Tony Stark Meets the General, Cult / Character Actors in Blockbusters, Darren Aronofsky's Noah, Being Approached by Film Junk Fans, Nothing But Trouble, Spielberg vs. Kubrick vs. Nolan vs. Tarantino 2:07:30 - This Week's DVD Releases 2:09:30 - Outro

Film Junk Podcast Episode #368: Dark Shadows by Filmjunk on
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Third Season Of Lost Girl Starts Production

Well, there’s a much bigger audience for this news than there was when I mentioned that the second of Lost Girl was coming, so hopefully there are a lot of you out there that are glad to hear that Season 3 is getting underway.

It’s timely news as well, now that Syfy kicked off Eureka! last night, which hopefully gave Lost Girl even more of a boost. It’s also timely, because I know there are some folks out there who started to wonder when Syfy began talking about Season 2 of a rebroadcast show that didn’t actually have a Season 3 yet.

I love Syfy for airing the show, but it’s tricky for some fans who may find themselves unsure how much they want to invest in a show, when the network you’re watching it on isn’t really in control of what happens.

At any rate,
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Ted Leonsis: Why Sundance Tells Us Digital Distribution is the Future

This is a first-person piece from Ted Leonsis, founder and chairman of SnagFilms (and parent company of Indiewire). He asked if he could have the floor to lay out why he believes digital distribution platforms define the future for indie films. And while as a principal of SnagFilms he clearly has a horse in this race, his perspective echoes points that others have made on our site (including this week's very popular piece written by Greenburg Traurig partner Steven Beer.) How does all of this square with your thoughts on indie distribution? Tell us in the comments. -- The Editors Sunday marked the end of the Sundance Film Festival, the traditional launching point for a new year of independent films. I didn’t go to Park City this year, as I had when my films "Nanking" and "Kicking It" were in the festival, but I read the extensive coverage from Indiewire and others with interest.
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