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The Heartbreaking Detail From Goblet of Fire That We Never Noticed Before

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Image Source: Everett Collection Rewatching the Harry Potter films over and over and over again is one of my favorite pastimes, and I never fail to notice something new each time. Sometimes it's silly - like that dirty joke in Order of the Phoenix - but sometimes it's just really, really sad. Fair warning: this is the latter. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, after the Death Eaters attack the Quidditch World Cup campsite, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley find themselves targeted by Ministry of Magic wizards who think they are involved due to being at the "scene of the crime" below the Dark Mark. As spells are cast in their direction, Arthur Weasley yells, "Stop! That's my son!" Now, flash forward to a pivotal and gut-wrenching scene toward the end of the film. When Harry returns to Hogwarts using the Triwizard Cup portkey, he brings
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Helen Mirren Gets Wicked in New Fate of the Furious TV Spot

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Helen Mirren Gets Wicked in New Fate of the Furious TV Spot
Last summer, it was confirmed that Oscar winner Helen Mirren has been cast in The Fate of the Furious, although the actress revealed that, despite her impressive driving skills, which have been showcased on the U.K. series Top Gear in the past, she won't be getting behind the wheel in this movie. A few months ago, it was finally confirmed that Helen Mirren is portraying the mother of Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), and we get a brief glimpse at their mother-son dynamic in a new TV spot from Universal Pictures. If that wasn't enough, the studio has also released a new behind-the-scenes preview that gives fans a closer look at their intense New York City shoot.

The new TV spot from Universal Pictures begins with a scene where Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto has a meeting with Helen Mirren's unnamed character, who tells Dom that she has a
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Exclusive: Dick Van Dyke Says He Once Thought Mary Tyler Moore Was Too Young to Play His Wife

Exclusive: Dick Van Dyke Says He Once Thought Mary Tyler Moore Was Too Young to Play His Wife
Just in time for the holidays, The Dick Van Dyke Show is back and in living color.

Et caught up with star Van Dyke and creator Carl Reiner at Reiner's home, where they shared some rare stories from their glory days.

"We got canceled at the end of the first year and we thought it was over," Van Dyke, 90, tells Et. "Thank God, I think it was the summer reruns where people saw it."

Watch: Dick Van Dyke Says He and Mary Tyler Moore Had a 'Teenage Crush' on Each Other

The enduring classic starred Van Dyke as television comedy writer Rob Petrie and Mary Tyler Moore as his wife, Laura. It debuted on Oct. 3, 1961 and aired for five seasons on CBS before taking its final bow on June 1, 1966. Throughout its reign, the classic program snagged 15 Emmy Awards, including five for Reiner, three for Van Dyke and two for Moore.

While Van Dyke
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The Do-Over review

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Adam Sandler's second movie for Netflix is not an improvement on the first. Here's our look at The Do-Over...

Negative reviews have a weird effect on some people. If you haven't yet watched The Do-Over, the latest Netflix Original movie headlined by Adam Sandler and David Spade, you might read a review like this one and go “It can't possibly be that bad, right? Right?” We're starting this review fully aware that some of you may go on to attempt to enjoy this ironically, but we're warning you from the top, without hyperbole: this is the worst movie Adam Sandler has ever made.

It's the second in Sandler's four-picture deal with Netflix, which was viewed as a coup for the streaming service when it first moved into producing its own content, but thus far, they probably haven't been as expected. After last year's Western spoof The Ridiculous 6,
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Adam Sandler Plans Animated Family Movie at Stx

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Adam Sandler Plans Animated Family Movie at Stx
Adam Sandler and Happy Madison Productions have signed an overall deal to write, produce and star in a new Untitled Adam Sandler Animated Movie for Stx Entertainment, it was announced today by Adam Fogelson, Chairman of the Stx Entertainment Motion Picture Group. As part of the 12-15 motion pictures the studio will release each year, Stx is focused on creating multi-platform family franchises across film, television and digital. The company is currently developing a major animated motion picture based on the beloved Uglydoll toy brand.

The deal with Adam Sandler and Happy Madison will add another major animated project to Stx's growing portfolio of family targeted IP. Adam Sandler's last two animated blockbusters, Hotel Transylvania and Hotel Transylvania 2, have generated more than $825 million worldwide. Fogelson, who worked closely with Chris Meledandri's Illumination Entertainment on blockbusters including Despicable Me, Despicable Me 2, Minions, The Lorax and more, had
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See the Will Smith Joke Larry Wilmore Cut from His White House Correspondents' Dinner Monologue

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See the Will Smith Joke Larry Wilmore Cut from His White House Correspondents' Dinner Monologue
It may have seemed like Larry Wilmore didn't hold back when he delivered a White House Correspondents' Dinner monologue taking shots at everyone from Donald Trump to President Obama himself. But apparently the Nightly Show host left a few zingers on the cutting room floor. Including one about his "boy" Will Smith. Asked by The Washington Post if he killed any jokes "because they went too far," Wilmore replied, "I just thought the tone was wrong and I knew the tone of some of the jokes I had was harsher than the ones I was already telling." "Like, I had
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See the Will Smith Joke Larry Wilmore Cut from His White House Correspondents' Dinner Monologue

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See the Will Smith Joke Larry Wilmore Cut from His White House Correspondents' Dinner Monologue
It may have seemed like Larry Wilmore didn't hold back when he delivered a White House Correspondents' Dinner monologue taking shots at everyone from Donald Trump to President Obama himself. But apparently the Nightly Show host left a few zingers on the cutting room floor. Including one about his "boy" Will Smith. Asked by The Washington Post if he killed any jokes "because they went too far," Wilmore replied, "I just thought the tone was wrong and I knew the tone of some of the jokes I had was harsher than the ones I was already telling." "Like, I had
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Razzie Awards predictions: Adam Sandler will tie Sylvester Stallone's Worst Actor record'

Razzie Awards predictions: Adam Sandler will tie Sylvester Stallone's Worst Actor record'
Could Adam Sandler be on his way to another Worst Actor victory at the Razzie Awards for his performances in "The Cobbler" and "Pixels"? He has already won three times ("Big Daddy" in 1999, "Jack and Jill" and "Just Go with It" ion 2011, "That's My Boy" in 2012). One more would tie the record set by Sylvester Stallone, who, remarkably enough, is now a frontrunner to win an Oscar, so maybe it wouldn't be such bad news for Sandler after all. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Oscar Predictions Sandler is the frontrunner to win according to the combined predictions of Expert film journalists we've polled, Editors who cover awards year-round for Gold Derby, the Top 24 Users who got the highest scores predicting last year's Razzie winners and hundreds of total Users who make up our largest and often savviest bloc of predictors. ...
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'Star Wars 7' Star Tells William Shatner to Shut Up

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'Star Wars 7' Star Tells William Shatner to Shut Up
For decades now, there has been an intense rivalry between Star Wars and Star Trek, with original Star Trek legend William Shatner doing his best to stoke those fires over the years. And it has only intensified since he joined Twitter. Earlier this year, William Shatner made a bold statement that hasn't sat well with fans excited to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens, in theaters next week. He compared new ball droid Bb-8 to one of the most annoying franchise creations of all time. Yes, he basically said Bb-8 was the next Jar Jar Binks!

This, of course, did not sit well with new Star Wars: The Force Awakens cast addition John Boyega, who plays the Awol Stormtrooper Finn. Confronted with William Shatner's remarks during a Yahoo interview, the young Attack the Block star told Bill to zip it. Here's what the star had to say in response
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First Trailer: Adam Sandler's "Ridiculous 6"

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Aside from the "Hotel Transylvania" animated films, actor/comedian Adam Sandler's box-office performers of late have often left much to be desired.

"Pixels," "Blended" and "That's My Boy" all proved duds, but Sandler hopes to turn his luck around with his new Netflix Original film "The Ridiculous 6."

The first project in a four-film development deal Sandler signed for Netflix, the streaming service has now released the first poster and trailer for the Western comedy.

Luke Wilson, Terry Crews, Taylor Lautner, Jorge Garcia and Rob Schneider all star in the new film which will score a simultaneous release on the service across several territories from December 11th.
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Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell have an old fashioned 'dad off' in the hilarious new Daddy's Home trailer

Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell have an old fashioned 'dad off' in the hilarious new Daddy's Home trailer
Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell have a no-holds-barred 'dad-off' in the hilarious new trailer for Daddy's Home.

The stars of The Other Guys pair up once again – this time as warring dads competing for the affection of their kids.

Mild-mannered Brad Taggart's life is seemingly perfect as he moves in with new wife Sarah (Linda Cardellini) – until Sarah's badass ex-husband Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) arrives to throw everything into chaos.

Things spiral out of control very quickly as the two grown men throw-down for ultimate household supremacy.

Daddy's Home comes from filmmaker Sean Anders, who helmed the Adam Sandler comedy That's My Boy and co-wrote Dumb and Dumber To.

Universal Pictures releases Daddy's Home on Christmas Day (December 25) in the Us and the UK.
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'Daddy's Home' Trailer #2 Has Ferrell and Wahlberg at War

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'Daddy's Home' Trailer #2 Has Ferrell and Wahlberg at War
Daddy's Home follows a mild-mannered radio executive (Will Ferrell) who strives to become the best stepdad to his wife's two children. But complications ensue when their freewheeling and freeloading real father (Mark Wahlberg) arrives, forcing him to compete for the affection of the kids. Paramount Pictures and Red Granite Pictures have released the new&#160trailer for this raucous comedy. The movie opens in theaters everywhere on Friday, December 25.

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg reunite for their second comedy, following the hit The Other Guys. This time out, they are not reluctant partners on the police force. The two competing dads suddenly find themselves in a heated competition for affection. One brings home a dog, the other brings home a pony. And this war only escalates from there. Sean Anders and John Morris co-direct this surefire hit, which also features an all-star ensemble of comedy greats including Linda Cardellini as the mom,
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UK TV ratings: Strictly beats X Factor again, This Is England '90 ends with 1m

UK TV ratings round-up - data supplied by Barb

Strictly Come Dancing still has the edge over The X Factor in the ratings, according to overnight figures.

The BBC One dancing competition appealed to 7.83 million (33.2%) last night from 7.15pm, while ITV's The X Factor rose to a Sunday series high of 7.12 million (30.8%) from 7pm (+1: 375k/1.6%).

Strictly remained ahead of its ITV rival across the overlap. At 7.45pm, the results show was watched by 8.06 million (33.5%) compared to the 6.71 million (27.9%) glued to The X Factor's Six Chair Challenge.

Elsewhere on BBC One, Antiques Roadshow averaged 5.54 million (23.8%) and From Darkness began with 4.05 million (17.8%)

Meanwhile, Downton Abbey continued with 6.91 million (30.7%) in the 9pm hour on ITV, with a further 375k (1.6%) catching it on +1.

On BBC Two, Licence to Thrill: Paul Hollywood Meets Aston Martin logged 974k (4.2%) from 8pm and Special Forces - Ultimate Hell Week managed 1.38 million (6.1%) afterwards.

Channel 4's This Is England '90
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Virginia Shooter Bryce Williams -- Wanted Race War After Charleston Church Shooting ... Praised Va Tech Killer

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Bryce Williams/Vester Flanagan said the Charleston Church shooting in June spurred his homicidal rage ... which exploded this morning when he took the lives of a Virginia reporter and photographer. ABC News in NYC says it received a 23-page fax from Williams this morning -- almost 2 hours after he had killed Alison Parker and Adam Ward. In the document ... he says he put a down payment on a gun on June 19, 2 days after the Charleston tragedy.
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Weekend Box Office: Marvel's 'Ant-Man' Out Runs Sandler's 'Pixels' for #1

My, oh my, at one point Adam Sandler was a comedian that could do no wrong, at least in the eyes of the general moviegoing audience, but the stench has finally caught on and people are looking the other way. Sandler's films used to be easy $40 million openers and $100+ overall domestic releases, and he did manage as much in 2013 with Grown Ups 2, but other than that sophomoric effort it's been numbers like $14.2m (Blended), $13.4m (That's My Boy) and $25m (Jack and Jill) over the last few years and now Pixels, carrying an $88 million budget, can't even secure the top spot over the second weekend of a less-than-stellar Marvel release. Ant-Man takes the top spot again, dipping a rather hefty 56% for a second weekend $24.9 million, bringing its cume to $106 million. As for Pixels, it opened with $24 million and a "B" CinemaScore. I guess there is a shelf life for subpar comedy,
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Friday Box Office: Sandler's 'Pixels' Gets Mixed Response, 'Paper Towns,' 'Southpaw' Not Far Behind

Friday Box Office: Sandler's 'Pixels' Gets Mixed Response, 'Paper Towns,' 'Southpaw' Not Far Behind
Despite near universal scorn from the critics, Adam Sandler's latest comedy "Pixels" (Sony), his first release since announcing a four-film production and playoff deal with Netflix, topped Friday's grosses with a $9.2 million take. Overall, the Top Ten totaled around $46 million, on par with the same weekend last year. It's a glass half-full/half-empty win for "Pixels." On the plus side, apart from its one-day victory, Sony is reporting about $22 million yesterday in 56 foreign markets (about 40% of the world), with huge numbers in Latin America and mainly equal with "Ant-Man" openings in Europe. The number domestically is also in the same $9 million range as his "Jack and Jill" and "Just Go With It" among his other lead roles in the last five years, double last year's "Blended" and the earlier "That's My Boy," lagging behind only "Grown Ups 2" ($16.3 million) since 2010. Less encouraging for...
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Marvel vs. Pixels: Weekend Box Office Will Be Fight to the Death Between Sandler Critical Dud and Ant-Man Rudd

'Pixels' movie with Adam Sandler. 'Pixels' movie weekend box office: Adam Sandler vs. 'Ant-Man' Despite its underwhelming domestic box office debut last weekend, Marvel's Ant-Man may turn out to be the winner in North America this weekend (July 24–26, '15) thanks to another underwhelming debut: that of the Adam Sandler Pixels movie. According to weekend box office projections found at Variety, the Chris Columbus-directed Pixels is expected to open with $25 million from 3,723 locations – following a $10 million Friday take (including $1.5M from Thursday previews). If so, that'll place Adam Sandler's latest lowbrow comedy – now in 3D – on a par with Sandler domestic disappointments like Jack and Jill and Funny People. Deadline.com, for its part, is expecting $27-$28 million by Sunday evening. Sat., July 25, update: According to studio box office estimates, Pixels underperformed on Friday, taking in $9.2 million. That's below figures for Jack and Jill and, adjusted for
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Big Brother Aisleyne interview: 'Big Brother 7 was happy and fun - this was doom and gloom'

Big Brother hadn't had enough legends this series, so it chucked in BB7's Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace - and she made an impact immediately with her "basic rations for a basic bitch" moment.

But last night it was time for Aisleyne to leave, so this morning she got on the phone to chat to reporters about being in the house, dealing with Helen Wood, why she wasn't really trying to walk out on last night's show, and why she's really disappointed in her love interest Danny...

Hi Aisleyne! How are you feeling?

"Absolutely knackered! I'm so happy to be out of that madhouse."

Was it a lot different from Big Brother 7?

"Yeah! Big Brother 7 was happy and fun and lovely and musical and magical. This was just dark doom and gloom. But actually, once certain people had left it kind of picked up again. But Marc was hard work
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Full Trailer for 7 Days in Hell Tennis Comedy, with Andy Samberg and Kit Harington

HBO has unveiled the full trailer for its upcoming sports mockumentary, called "7 Days in Hell," starring Andy Samberg (That's My Boy) and Kit Harington ("Game of Thrones"). Check it out below. Plot: A parody of cable-tv sports documentaries, the 45-minute film follows bad-boy tennis star Aaron Williams (Samberg) and his idiotic prodigy opponent Charles Poole (Harington) as they compete in an epic 7 day-long Wimbledon match that tests their strength, will and the patience of their fans. The new movie co-stars Lena Dunham, Michael Sheen, Mary Steenburgen, Will Forte, Howie Mandel and Fred Armisen, as well as real-life tennis stars John McEnroe and Serena Williams. It's set to premiere on HBO on July 11th. Trailer:
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Watch: Dracula's a Granddaddy in New 'Hotel Transylvania 2' Trailer

While certainly nowhere near as excruciating as other Adam Sandler/Happy Madison Productions like, say, the Grown Up movies, That's My Boy or Jack and Jill (not to mention The Ridiculous Six, most likely), I didn't really care for 2012's Hotel Transylvania. It was too noisy, busy, heartless and overtly juvenile for my tastes. But like many points in my life, I'm in the minority because lots of people saw it and now we got a sequel, Hotel Transylvania 2, which just got a new trailer. The Drac Pack is back, although we now find ourselves some years later. Dracula (Sandler) is now a grandfather to his daughter Mavis' (Selena Gomez) son Dennis, although the child is well into his toddler years and still hasn't formed in vampire traits. Worried he won't come into his potential, he and his fellow Pack members Frank (Kevin James), Wayne (Steve Buscemi), Murray (Keegan-Michael Key,
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