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Baryonyx Attacks in Best Look Yet at New Jurassic World 2 Dinosaur

Baryonyx Attacks in Best Look Yet at New Jurassic World 2 Dinosaur
The hype train for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is leaving the station in a hurry. Or, at the very least, the PR train is leaving. Whether or not you decided to buy into the hype is up to you. In any case, the first full-length trailer is set to debut on Thursday and the studio has been hyping it up a ton. Now, we have a new photo from the movie, which introduces us to the new dinosaur, the Baryonyx.

This photo features the Baryonyx looking at Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire and Justice Smith's new character, surrounded by falling lava amidst the abandoned wreckage of the Jurassic World theme park. Along with this new photo, Howard shed some light on the plot of Jurassic World 2. It turns out, her character has founded an organization to protect dinosaurs in the wake of the revelation that a volcano threatens the
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Ten Terrible Movie Taglines

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Good movies tend to have solid taglines. Bad movies almost always have questionable taglines. Coincidence?

Taglines may not be the most important component of a film’s advertising, but having a good one can be beneficial. A good tagline should be something that is memorable, catchy, informative of the films’ plot or tone, and unique. Consider the tagline from Alien, “In space no one will hear you scream,” or Jurassic Park, “An adventure 65 million years in the making.” At other times, movie taglines have been famous quotes from the film. Examples are “One ring to rule them all,” from Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings films, or “All work and no play make Jack a dull boy,” from The Shining. Simply put, having a solid movie tagline is worth the effort.

This is a look at a few films where the effort was clearly lacking or misplaced. Sometimes they are trying too hard.
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You Might Lose Sleep Over the Insane Conspiracy Theory That Inspired Stranger Things

Image Source: Everett Collection With two seasons under its belt, Stranger Things is bigger than ever. It's not just that the series delivers heavy doses of nostalgia and horror in one fell swoop. The real magic of Stranger Things is that it builds a conspiracy-filled universe that's so intricate, it almost feels real. Well, here's the thing: it's actually inspired by a real-life conspiracy theory that's so wild and detailed, you'll almost want to believe it. We're not talking about Project Mk-Ultra, though the Duffer brothers (who created Stranger Things) have admitted that they incorporated aspects of that conspiracy theory into the show as well. But this story is much darker, deeper, and more sinister. We're talking about The Montauk Project. One little-known secret about Stranger Things is that it was originally titled Montauk, and it was supposed to take place in New York. For the geographically uninformed, Montauk is
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The Inconceivable Question of Why Louis C.K. Would Make 'I Love You, Daddy' in the First Place

The Inconceivable Question of Why Louis C.K. Would Make 'I Love You, Daddy' in the First Place
On Thursday, The Orchard announced it would be "giving careful consideration" to the release of Louis C.K.'s film, I Love You, Daddy, in the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct against the comedian. It took less than 24 hours of consideration for the distributor to scrap it altogether. Sure, you could do like Ridley Scott and recast C.K. with Christopher Plummer, but Plummer can't rewrite and reshoot the entire movie, too.

That the movie should never see the light of day is only a shame for one reason: the actresses, especially -- Chloë Grace Moretz, Edie Falco, Pamela Adlon, Rose Byrne -- give great performances. But also, there is no reason this movie ever should have happened. Considering C.K. is (or was) one of the most successful working standups and a six-time Emmy winner still extolled for his series, Louie, he seemingly could have made any movie he wanted. (Considering he self-funded
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Dean Unglert on Relationship With Kristina and Whether He'll Join Peter on 'Winter Games' (Exclusive)

Things are still "complicated" between Dean Unglert and Kristina Schulman

Unglert joined Et's Lauren Zima for Tuesday's episode of Et's Bachelor Nation YouTube series,Roses & Rose, where he revealed he and Schulman haven't exactly resolved their Bachelor in Paradise drama. 

"It's complicated," the 26-year-old reality star explained, using the word to also describe his relationship status. "I'm not interested in pursuing anyone [else]. We're at least having an open line of conversation. ... But we're still figuring everything out."

Exclusive: Dean Unglert Hates the Term 'F***boy' After 'Bip', Reveals What Happened With His 'Bachelor' Discussions

A lot has changed for Unglert since he was dubbed the biggest "f**kboy" in Paradiseby his fellow castmates; life seems to be on the upswing after a rough summer. He now has a podcast, appropriately called Help, I Suck at Dating!

"I think I'm getting better [at dating]," he said. "I've been very reluctant to open up to people, and I'm still hesitant
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Teen Mom Status Check: Which Couples Are Still Together?

Teen Mom Status Check: Which Couples Are Still Together?
It's complicated.  Since 2009, MTV viewers have watched a handful of young girls become teen moms on TV, beginning their journey with them on 16 and Pregnant in 2009 before the Teen Mom spinoffs continued documenting their ups and downs in motherhood. And fans got to watch their relationship struggles play out as well over the seasons, with a lot of break-ups, make-ups, weddings and divorces.  Recently, Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans got married, while Kailyn Lowry welcomed her third child, after splitting with the father. As you'll see in our romance rewind, that looks back on all of the couples from Teen Mom, Teen Mom 2 and Teen Mom 3, many of the ladies are no longer with the...
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Jason Ritter Breaks the Guinness World Record For Most Hugs in 1 Minute

Jason Ritter Breaks the Guinness World Record For Most Hugs in 1 Minute
Hugs can heal, or at least break records. Jason Ritter joined the hosts of today's taping of The View to promote his newest ABC sitcom Kevin (Probably) Saves the World. He also wanted to personally proclaim Tuesday to be "National Hug A Kevin Day."  "One of the things on the show is that I have to hug people. It's complicated," he shared. "Watch the show and you'll know what I'm talking about." Apparently, the character of Kevin is charged with bringing light and joy back into an apocalyptic world where everyone is selfish and depressed. One of his main tactics? Hugs, of course. Jason decided to kick the hugging of for his newly issued,...
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Everyone's in Their Underwear in the Steamy New Season of Grey's Anatomy

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In the wake of that insane fire in the season 13 finale of Grey's Anatomy, things are naturally heating up. In addition to the departures of Stephanie Edwards and Dr. Minnick, we're also seeing the return of old favorite Teddy Altman and an introduction to Owen's long-lost sister, Megan. And that's not even taking into consideration everyone else! Luckily, we caught up with Camilla Luddington, who plays Jo, about what else is in store for season 14 on the red carpet at the BAFTA TV Tea Party. "Well, the new episode picks up moments after our season finale," Luddington teased. "So Jo is discovering everything that happened to Stephanie, because she didn't know about that. There's the aftermath . . . of losing her best friend and not knowing who to turn to. There's also the element of DeLuca in the air, and residual feelings about Alex. If I had a Facebook status for her,
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'Home Again' Review: Reese Witherspoon's Romcom is a Big Little Wreck

'Home Again' Review: Reese Witherspoon's Romcom is a Big Little Wreck
Reese Witherspoon can still do anything – check out HBO's Big Little Lies, where she does double duty as an actress and an executive producer, showing how life looks from a complex woman's point of view. Sadly, that particular skill set fails to find its way into Home Again, a patently bogus romcom in which every note rings false.

Witherspoon plays Alice Kinney, a single mom of two precocious daughters and who's just left New York for Los Angeles after splitting from her music-exec husband (Michael Sheen). You can save your tears,
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It, mother!, Kingsman: The Golden Circle and more movies to see this September

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It, mother!, Kingsman: The Golden Circle and more movies to see this SeptemberIt, mother!, Kingsman: The Golden Circle and more movies to see this SeptemberAdriana Floridia8/30/2017 11:01:00 Am

September is a month of new beginnings.

Summer fades into fall, school begins again, and the movie world is buzzing with the Toronto International Film Festival, which we're lucky to host here in Canada. However, even if you can't make it to Tiff, quite a few titles from the festival open in theatres across the country in September, so you can still be a part of the conversation.

Not only that, but there's plenty of highly-anticipated blockbusters opening this month, including the re-make of Stephen King's It, the sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service, and another Lego inspired animated adventure.

Check out our list of the movies you need to see this September!

It

Release Date: September 8th

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This Scene From This Is Us' Season 2 Premiere Will Probably Make You Cry

This Scene From This Is Us' Season 2 Premiere Will Probably Make You Cry
Get ready to cry again. This Is Us returns for its highly anticipated second season on Sept. 26, and get ready to shed all of those tears you've been holding in, because NBC just released a scene from the premiere that is sure to make your eyes rain. In the sneak peek, Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore) have an honest conversation about his adoption, and how she was hesitant about it before Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) convinced her he was meant to be their son. (And thank god, he did!) "It's complicated," Rebecca tells Randall at first when he asks about his adoption and whether or not they argued over the decision, as he and his wife Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) are...
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42 Things That Bran Could've Talked to Sansa About Instead of . . . That

The following contains spoilers for Game of Thrones season seven. One of the most anticipated reunions on Game of Thrones finally came to fruition in season seven's third episode. However, the special moment between Sansa Stark and her long-lost brother, Bran, quickly soured in viewers' eyes for several reasons, not the least of which was the way Bran behaves upon finally seeing Sansa for the first time in years. Suddenly taking on an affectation of blankness that he hasn't displayed at all thus far, Bran can't even be bother to return Sansa's emotional embrace. You know . . . this whole "emotionless robot" situation. Anyway, the most bizarre part about the Stark siblings' reunion at Winterfell is their conversation beneath the family weirwood tree. Presumably in an effort to prove his greenseer powers to Sansa, unfeeling drone Bran decides to describe a memorable evening that he was not present for. Specifically, the most traumatic night of Sansa's life,
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Luc Besson interview: Valerian, VFX, female heroes

Ryan Lambie Aug 2, 2017

As Valerian opens in the UK, director Luc Besson talks to us about VFX, sci-fi, and making the most expensive film in French history...

Casually dressed an pouring tea from a pot into a rattling cup and saucer, Luc Besson is relaxed and jovial when we meet him in a London hotel one sunny day in May. Chuckling and sharing anecdotes, he seems more like a guy recalling a busy yet fun holiday than a world-famous director who’s just made the most expensive movie in French history.

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With a budget of $180 million, Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets is a big, bold and joyously eccentric space opera. Based
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Why We All Need to Stop Waiting For The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead to Intersect

It's a question that the cast of Fear the Walking Dead gets all the time: will the characters ever meet up with Rick Grimes and his comrades from The Walking Dead? Producer Robert Kirkman addressed the possibility once and for all (or at least, for now) during the show's Comic-Con panel on Friday. He explained that it would be difficult for the writers to make it happen, because not only are the crews in very different places geographically, but the stories are also occurring in different time periods. "Walking Dead season eight is so far ahead of the timeline compared to Fear the Walking Dead season three," Kirkman joked. "But Daryl Dixon [in] season eight is going to find a magical telephone to call back in time to Madison later on in this season three." Magic phone aside, the producer said that "it's something we'd love to try and work out.
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Game of Thrones: Aidan Gillen Breaks Down Littlefinger's Relationship With Sansa

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There's no doubt that Littlefinger and Sansa Stark's relationship status on Game of Thrones would be "It's Complicated" . . . capital "I" and capital "C." He was in love with her mom. He pushed her aunt to her death. He kissed Sansa, continues to manipulate her, and hopes to take the Iron Throne with her by his side. So, yeah, it's weird, and actor Aidan Gillen, who plays Littlefinger, has his own feelings about it. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, he explained his perspective on the pair's strange relationship. "I finished last season on a promising note by laying my cards on the table - at least to Sansa," he said. "I was [sowing seeds of doubt about Jon Snow] throughout my appearances in season six, and, yeah, that will continue. It's pretty obvious what my game is there. We're playing out that final exchange in the Great Hall in Winterfell." Related7 Things From the Game of Thrones
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Beauty Break: Streep Sets

on Kramer vs Kramer with Dustin Hoffman

Since it's Meryl Streep's 68th birthday today, let's gawk at some behind the scenes photos. It's a good way to pay tribute since the Grand Dame of American Cinema has been working pretty much non-stop (except during the 90s when she spent a lot of time with her little children) since the world first fell for her.

Lots more after the jump including Death Becomes Her, Plenty, It's Complicated, Out of Africa, and more...
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Home Again Trailer #2: Reese Witherspoon Gets Her Groove Back

Home Again Trailer #2: Reese Witherspoon Gets Her Groove Back
Following the first trailer that arrived in May, Open Road Films has released the second trailer for the upcoming romantic comedy Home Again, starring Reese Witherspoon as a complex woman named Alice Kinney. This video includes new footage which reveals that it is actually Alice's mother (Candice Bergen) who suggests that the three young filmmakers (Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff, Jon Rudnitsky) she meets on her birthday should live in her guest house. Things get even more complicated when Alice's estranged husband (Michael Sheen) comes to visit, finding these three youngsters living in her house.

This new trailer, which debuted on Open Road Films YouTube, reveals that, the morning after Alice's tryst with Pico Alexander's character, her mother unexpectedly returns home with her young daughters, who discover that their mother had some company last night. This trailer also includes a new scene where Alice tries to break down some ground rules for the house,
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'Rough Night' Review: Sex, Drugs & Murder by Lap Dance

'Rough Night' Review: Sex, Drugs & Murder by Lap Dance
There will be much ado about girls behaving bawdily in Rough Night -- it is one of only two R-rated studio movies directed by a woman in the past 20 years, along with Nancy Meyers' It's Complicated -- but the dark comedy is more than just being crude like a dude. It's funny because it is smarter than that.

The story begins in 2006, the year Justin Timberlake brought "Sexyback," Britney broke up with K.Fed and four hard-partying best friends at George Washington University, drunk on cheap beer and endless hope for the future, vowed to remain besties forever. Ten years on, Jess (Scarlett Johansson), Alice (Jillian Bell), Blaire (Zoë Kravitz) and Frankie (Ilana Glazer) barely keep in touch.

Watch: Scarlett Johansson Poses With Look-Alike Grandma at 'Rough Night' Premiere

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Jess' bachelorette weekend in Miami provides an ideal excuse for the foursome to reunite, along with Jess' best friend from her semester abroad
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Home Again Trailer: Reese Witherspoon Tries to Reboot Her Love Life

Home Again Trailer: Reese Witherspoon Tries to Reboot Her Love Life
Everyone's talking about Alice in the new teaser trailer for Home Again! Starring Reese Witherspoon, Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff, Jon Rudnitsky, Michael Sheen, Candice Bergen and Lake Bell, this modern romantic comedy from writer and director Hallie Meyers-Shyer in her directorial debut and from Producer Nancy Meyers (The Holiday, The Intern, Something's Gotta Give) arrives in theaters everywhere this September! In addition to the new trailer, the studio has released the first three images.

Home Again stars Reese Witherspoon (Big Little Lies, Wild, Walk The Line, Sweet Home Alabama) as Alice Kinney in a modern romantic comedy. Recently separated from her husband, (Michael Sheen), Alice decides to start over by moving back to her hometown of Los Angeles with her two young daughters. During a night out on her 40th birthday, Alice meets three aspiring filmmakers who happen to be in need of a place to live. Alice agrees to
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