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New on Netflix: March 2016

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Netflix is delivering the goods in March 2016.

Mark your calendars: Season 2 of "Marvel's Daredevil" debuts March 18, as does "Pee-wee's Big Holiday." And President Underwood returns March 4 with Season 4 of "House of Cards."

And prepare to yell "Khaaaaan!" to your heart's content as "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" (1982) is added to Netflix streaming on March 1. Also new to Netflix in March: "Groundhog Day" (1993), "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" (1991), and "Scarface" (1983).

Available March 1, 2016

"Adult Beginners" (2015)

"Ahora o Nunca" (2015)

"Aldnoah.Zero: Season 2

"American Pie Presents: Beta House" (2007)

"American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile" (2006)

"Before We Go" (2015)

"Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland" (2016)

"El Desconocido" (2015)

"Fresh Meat: Series 2

"Frog Kingdom" (2013)

"Good Burger" (1997)

"Groundhog Day" (1993)

"Heaven Knows What" (2015)

"Hot Sugar's Cold World" (2015)

"Midsomer Murders: Series 17

"Narcopolis" (2015)

"Road Trip: Beer Pong" (2009)

"Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" (1991)

"Scarface" (1983)

"Star Trek: The Motion Picture" (1979)

"Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" (1982)

"The Young Kieslowski
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21 shocking straight-to-video sequels: How many have you seen?

21 shocking straight-to-video sequels: How many have you seen?
What's the only thing worse than a sequel? The only prospect worse than paying £10 at your local cinema to have your favourite movie ruined, forever. The answer has three words. Straight-to-video.

In the '90s, home release sequels became fairly common. You'd greet them with surprise at your local Blockbusters and then want to pull your eyeballs out when you took them home and watched them. They're probably called straight-to-dvd or straight-to-Blu-ray now, but they still exist.

With the announcement that Dolph Lundgren will be starring in Kindergarten Cop 2 (because of course), here are 21 absolute stinking sequels - the vast majority of which weren't even considered good enough for the cinema. How many of them have you watched?

1. American Pie Presents: Band Camp

2. American Pie Presents: Beta House

Maybe it's the Eugene Levy factor - just why did he keep starring in all the sequels?! - but we have weird
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Meet the Fine Young Cast of 'Footloose'

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Updating a classic can be treacherous, like building a strip mall on hallowed ground; but director Craig Brewer ("Hustle & Flow") avoided the dreaded "High School Musical" route for his remake of "Footloose."

Fans will be relieved to hear that two of the original songs made the cut. Some other adjustments include having four very different dance sequences, and demolition derby buses instead of tractors. Brewer also anchored the script by fleshing out a backstory in which five Bomont teens were tragically killed after a night of dancing and loud music.

But the best upgrade to "Footloose" is the casting of professional dancers in the two lead roles. Everybody loves '80s dance movies, but come on, back then it was super-obvious whenever they swapped Kevin Bacon or Jennifer Beals with their wig-wearing dance doubles.

Also Check Out: "Footloose" Then and Now

The film, opening this Friday, is already catching some major buzz.
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Casting News: Matthew Fox and Ed Harris Join World War Z; Christian Bale Could Play Noah; Ellie Kemper Recruited for 21 Jump Street

With productions ramping up to start or already in the midst of shooting, casting announcements are pouring in for several upcoming movies.

With Brad Pitt headlining Paramount's adaptation of World War Z as a U.N. researcher, the Marc Forster-directed production has been adding cast members at a slow trickle, with Mireille Enos (AMC's The Killing) cast in April as Pitt's wife and James Badge Dale (HBO's The Pacific) recently added as a soldier looking to warn humanity about the zombie uprising. Finally, they're getting some company.

Deadline reports that Matthew Fox and Ed Harris are in talks to join the cast in unspecified roles. According to Bloody-Disgusting, Fox will play a part called "Parajumper," which, considering his lack of an actual name, doesn't sound like he makes it for long, but we could be wrong. No details on Harris' role have been revealed yet.

French actress Julia Levy-Boeken
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'Green Lantern,' 'Harry Potter' And 'Black Swan' In Today's Twitter-Wood

'Green Lantern,' 'Harry Potter' And 'Black Swan' In Today's Twitter-Wood
This week's "Green Lantern" trailer has been out in the world long enough to attract a range of reactions for the comics and mainstream crowds alike. Read what you will into James Gunn's assessment of the film, but he seems to think it would be better suited for Syfy.

As for the big theatrical release of the week, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" continues to be a hot topic in the Twitter-Wood feed. Brian Lynch and Andy Milonakis engaged in a deep exchange about the film's earnings, while Ben Stiller's been working on top of a building and Penn Jillette got up close and personal with a jacket that belonged to Harry Houdini. Those posts and more await you down below.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for November 19, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@dannypudi I'm an adult! Rt @yvettenbrown: Photo Evidence: @dannypudi brought this on himself.
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John Stewart's Rally, 'The Walking Dead' And 'Rocky Horror' On 'Glee' In Today's Twitter-Wood

John Stewart's Rally, 'The Walking Dead' And 'Rocky Horror' On 'Glee' In Today's Twitter-Wood
Michael Ian Black refuses to perform at John Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity this week, but he's got a good reason, and if you've been following his Twitter account you know what that is.

Meanwhile, the NBA tweets have been in full swing with the new season officially kicked off. Danny Pudi was all about it yesterday, while Marlon Wayans sounded worried about the Miami Heat. While the NBA is a popular topic in Twitter-Wood, it still may not have been as popular as AMC's "The Walking Dead"; Carlton Cuse and Eric Appel checked out the premiere last night and posted their thoughts. You'll find them after the jump along with Brian Lynch's concerns about last night's "Glee" episode.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for October 27, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@minusthebear Minus the Bear

La w/ @mintzplasse trying to talk him into not using ride cymbals as crash cymbals.
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Paris Hilton, 'Catfish' Reactions And The 'Community' Halloween Episode In Today's Twitter-Wood

Paris Hilton, 'Catfish' Reactions And The 'Community' Halloween Episode In Today's Twitter-Wood
Brett Ratner hasn't been quiet in the past about his enthusiasm for the new film "Catfish," but you probably didn't know how many times he's watched it. I won't tell you whether to believe him or not but you can find out what he claimed yesterday on his Twitter account.

In other topics, Paris Hilton made this news this morning after reaching a plea deal in her Las Vegas cocaine case. Brian Lynch identified who he thinks the lucky ones are in the whole story. His explanation, as well as 50 Cent's story of why he named his dog Oprah Winfrey and some hints about the upcoming Halloween episode of "Community" await you below.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for September 20, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@MirandaBuzz A pic of me as Idiot Farm Girl and Jennette as Cowboy with a Mustache on the last day of this season of iCarly!
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Tila Tequila's Juggalo Attack, 'Scott Pilgrim' And WWE In Today's Twitter-Wood

Tila Tequila's Juggalo Attack, 'Scott Pilgrim' And WWE In Today's Twitter-Wood
Tila Tequila walked into a flurry of rocks and bottles on-stage at the Insane Clown Posse's Gathering of the Juggalos this year. James Gunn and Horatio Sanz both took notice and offered their thoughts via tweets. "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World," meanwhile, didn't draw nearly as negative a critical reception over the weekend, but its $10.5 million haul at theaters fell short of expectations. Edgar Wright and Mark Webber still appreciated every one of those tickets though.

Below, you'll find their shout-outs, as well as an odd photo exchange between Kevin Smith and Neil Gaiman, Marlon Wayans' stance on WWE and more.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for August 16, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@dannypudi Fun at the Sox game. Bummer loss but beers with pals & a trip to Ricobene's (cont)

-Danny Pudi, Actor ("Community," "Road Trip: Beer Pong
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Indie Filmmakers Need Free Stuff Too

Lest you think that product placement is limited to big-budget, big-star movies, be assured that independent filmmakers are not entirely adverse to the idea of exchanging screen time for financial or promotional support. Crooked Arrows, an independent sports film scheduled to begin production this spring, will be exclusively sponsored by Reebok, according to Reebok will use the film as a springboard to promote its lines of lacrosse equipment and apparel. Owing to the early involvement of Reebok, the filmmakers have been able to "secure [the] bulk of their financing, and also guarantees distribution for a nationwide release of at least 250 theaters in 2011."

The official site for Crooked Arrows makes comparisons to "heroic team sports movies," such as Bad News Bears, Hoosiers, Mighty Ducks, and Miracle. The story follows a mixed-blood Native American who becomes the coach of his reservation's high school lacrosse team, competing against "the better equipped and
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This Week on DVD: I Love You, Man, The Class, Tmnt Collection

If you're going DVD shopping today, there are a few decent choices, however I wouldn't really recommend either I Love You, Man or 17 Again unless you absolutely love Paul Rudd or Zac Efron. Instead, I can wholeheartedly recommend the Oscar-nominated French film The Class, and the indie comedy Gigantic is at least worth a look. Also in stores this week is the '50s sci-fi spoof Alien Trespass, the direct-to-dvd sequel to Road Trip, and a Michael Jackson documentary, plus all four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies on Blu-ray! Will you be spending your hard-earned cash on anything this week? I Love You, Man [1] (DVD, Blu-ray [2]) 17 Again [3] (DVD, Blu-ray [4]) The Class [5] (DVD, Blu-ray [6]) Gigantic [7] Alien Trespass [8] (DVD, Blu-ray [9]) Road Trip: Beer Pong [10] Gooby [11] Almost Heaven [12] The Last Resort [13] Steppin' [14] The Tiger's Tail [15] The Art of War III: Retribution [16] Dark Rising [17] Dead by Dawn 2: The Return [18] Moonwalking: The True Story
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Spin-ematical: New on DVD for 8/11

I Love You, Man

Bro-mance, schmo-mance, this is a funny movie, centered by a very good performance by Paul Rudd as a befuddled "ladies' man" in search of a best man for his upcoming wedding to Rashida Jones. He starts awkwardly 'man dating' until he stumbles across the happy-go-lucky bachelor Jason Segal, and an unlikely triangle is formed. "A sweet, amusing, and perfectly acceptable comedy all around," wrote Eugene Novikov. Also on Blu-ray. Buy it.

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17 Again

Personally, I have zero interest in seeing this movie, but if you're a devoted fan or even curious about the star, help yourself. 17 Again is "a run-of-the-mill family comedy that would be tiresome," Jette Kernion opined, "if not for [Zac] Efron and a few of the other cast members." Also on Blu-ray. Skip it.

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The Class (Entre les Murs)

Laurent Cantet
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Rt on DVD: A Sweet I Love You, Man Deleted Scene, Zooey Deschanel's Latest, and More

You're in for some sweet, sweet movie watching this week, starting with the latest in bromantic comedies (I Love You, Man, starring Paul Rudd and Jason Segel). Those with a High School Musical fetish should check out Zac Efron's more grown-up vehicle (17 Again), while you twee cineastes have a new reason to worship Zooey Deschanel (Gigantic, also starring Paul Dano). Go European with a few highly rated imports (Oscar nominee The Class; Paris 36; London to Brighton) or go lowbrow with a direct-to-dvd college comedy sequel (Road Trip: Beer Pong). Lastly, check out everyone's favorite heroes on a half-shell...
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JoBlo Podcast #29

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Johnny Moreno and I record a little ealry and find ourselves in mourning. With the passing of legendary director, John Hughes, we discuss the impact he made on our pathetic lives and try to figure out if it's the same for today's youth. Also: -Release Dates is back, which means more ridiculous DVD entries such as Alien Trespass, Lonely Street, and Road Trip: Beer Pong, which features an actor from the original film on the cover who doesn't even appear in the film. Wtf? - Both of us went...
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Exclusive Video: New Road Trip: Beer Pong DVD Clip

We have a brand new exclusive clip from the upcoming DVD Road Trip: Beer Pong, which will be released on DVD on August 11. Click below for our exclusive clip, which features some crazy beer pong trick shots.

It's Road Trip - Beer Pong! Three college roommates are on the ride oftheir lives when they drop everything to join a bus full of sexy, scantily clad models tocompete in the ultimate sport competition: the National Beer Pong Tournament. Along the way, they'll be stalled by some of the most unusual roadside attractions ever - including a hitchhiking, gun toting beauty, a grandmother-mother-daughter stripper squad, and the lovely ladies of Chastity Until Marriage. With all these detours will they reach the competition and win the ultimate title? Getting Your Pong On has never been this fun!

Special Features:

- Featurette: On the Road to Victory - The Making of Road Trip -
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Win Road Trip: Beer Pong on DVD

Need something funny to watch for next weekend? How about the sequel to the off the wall comedy Road Trip? On August 11th Paramount Home Entertainment takes the series out of park and adds a new destination on the route of traveling shenanigans with Road Trip: Beer Pong. To enter, all you have to do is put your e-mail address in the box below and hit submit (we delete all e-mail addresses the day after contests end, so no spam from us.)

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The over-the-top follow up to the smash hit comedy Road Trip, Road Trip: Beer Pong is the hilarious story of friends with a thirst for competition who are determined to win the National Collegiate Beer Pong Championship.  But their path to glory is filled with unplanned pit stops including a family of frisky strippers, a hitchhiking, gun toting beauty and a bus load of Chastity Until Marriage girls.
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DVD Giveaway: ‘Road Trip: Beer Pong’

Not all direct to DVD sequels are created equal, some are actually funny and enjoyable, and some are just horrible. Which side ‘Road Trip: Beer Pong’ will land on is yet to be seen but it looks pretty funny and we have free copies to giveaway to our readers!

All you need to do is comment below and let us know your favorite moment from a road trip you have taken. We will pick out the best stories and give you a copy of this DVD, which hits shelves on August 11th, for yourself! What are you waiting for? Get to commenting or check out the trailer below:
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Road Trip II: Beer Pong Movie Trailer

Some people have pointed out that The Hangover could be looked at as a spiritual sequel to one of director Todd Phillips' previously released comedies, Road Trip. I mention this because a sequel to Road Trip is not only in the works, but its been shot, edited, and will be released in August. Of course, I'm talking about one of those crappy DVD spin-off sequels. Road Trip II: Beer Pong is directed by Steve Rash, the same guy who directed Son in Law and recently found a consistent paycheck directing a series of direct-to-dvd sequels fr the American Pie and Bring it On series. Of course, the previously mentioned Todd Phillips has no involvement in this cash grab, and DJ Qualls (The New Guy) seems to be the only original cast member to return. What, Tom Green wasn't available? Watch the terribly unfunny trailer, after the jump. via: Film
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Preston Jones Joins True Blood

Not a helluva lot of news, really, but anything about the next season of “True Blood” is going to be interesting to me and other fans of the show, so why not feed out the tidbits?

Variety have learned that Road Trip II: Beer Pong thespian Preston Jones has landed a recurring role on the second season of the Alan Ball series, though who he’ll be playing is unknown.

The first season of “True Blood” drops to DVD on May 12th (pre-order it below) and the season two will kick in this summer. Personally I can’t wait to see where the show goes, especially considering how the first season ended.

- Johnny Butane

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Fresh Blood for True Blood

True Blood is casting up in preparation of its second season. According to Variety, Preston Jones has landed a recurring role. Jones cut his teeth in television and recently wrapped Road Trip II: Beer Pong for Paramount Pictures. It's unknown what role he'll play in Blood 's ongoing look at the life of Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and the creatures of the night that inhabit it. The first season of the series arrives on DVD and Blu-Ray May 12th before season two airs this summer.
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