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Two thirsty superheroes, The Incredible Hulk and Ant-Man, make their Super Bowl debut fighting over a mini can of Coca-Cola. The Super Bowl commercial follows the Marvel superheroes as they run amok across the city fighting over the soda after Ant-Man, voiced by Paul Rudd, steals it from Dr. Banner’s office. As Hulk corners in […]
- Crystal Smith
Face Off Season 10 episode 4 starts with using the new little deck off the workroom. Is this a replacement for the mansion? Did they not get to live in the mansion this season? Did the neighbors complain? I have many questions. On to the challenge – McKenzie has taken over the workroom for the artists’ first individual focus challenge (Two days instead of three, mwahaha). The artists must create a realistic disguise for their model, making them virtually unrecognizable. We learn that apparently Michael Westmore has created disguises for celebrities (like Michael Jackson) and for the police. He created … Continue reading →
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- Ruth Boulet
Welcome to the Face Off Season 10 episode 2 recap! Last week Greg got the boot, and Melissa got the win. This week, we’re still working in teams, which makes my life as a recapper easier. Thanks Face Off! Quote of the week: at The Culver Studios, someone says “This does feel like a studio.” Um, cause it is? Ve joins McKenzie to let the artists know what this week’s spotlight challenge is. If you read our questions with the judges, this is the challenge Ve and McKenzie liked best. They need to create a larger-than-life whimsical larger-than-life character inspired … Continue reading →
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- Ruth Boulet
The Face Off Season 10 premiere introduces us to our new batch of artists. We’re also introduced to McKenzie saying “This is Face Off!” in front of something other than a battleship. We also don’t see the blue lady in the opening credits. So fresh Face Off! The Face Off Season 10 artists are: Anna Cali – Chicago, Il Anthony Canonica Jr. (Ant) – Jersey City, NJ Greg Schrantz – Allentown, Pa Jennifer Bowden – Allegan, Mi Johnny Leftwich – Los Angeles, CA Kaleb Lewis – Los Angeles, CA Katie Kinney – Litchfield, Il Mel Licata – Jersey City, NJ … Continue reading →
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- Ruth Boulet
In anticipation for Season 10, we asked the Face Off judges – Glenn Hetrick, Ve Neill and Neville Page, along with host McKenzie Westmore – two important questions. What is your favorite challenge from the first 5 episodes of Season 10? If you were a contestant, what kind of creature would you have created for this challenge? Here’s how each of them answered: Glenn Hetrick Favorite Face Off challenge: For me, I really love the “Foreign Bodies” challenge in episode 5. I love that type of stuff because I am huge into video games. What would you have done? For this … Continue reading →
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- Ruth Boulet
Read More: Watch: Casey Affleck, Anthony Mackie and Kate Winslet Face Off in Ultra-Violent 'Triple 9' Trailer "Out here, there is no good and there no bad." That might be true in the new trailer for "Triple 9," out in theaters next month, but there certainly seems to be enough room for greed, corruption, betrayal and murder. The latest from John Hillcoat, who has made quite a career documenting this gritty brand of depravity in films like "The Proposition," "The Road" and "Lawless," comes from a Black List script by Matt Cook that tells the story of a group of dirty cops who are blackmailed by the Russian mob to pull off an almost impossible heist. Their resolve is put to the test when they realize they must take the life of a fellow officer in order to pull it off. Hillcoat has also assembled a terrific ensemble cast here, »
- Mike Lown
Scream Factory has announced two new Blu-rays that are set to hit shelves in April. We also have a Q&A with the directors of Lilin's Brood, details on the second season of The Hotel Barclay, stills from Terror Tales, and a teaser for Blood Bath.
The Hallow (2015) When a London-based conservationist is sent to Ireland with his wife and infant child to survey an area of forest believed to be hallowed ground by superstitious locals, his actions unwittingly disturb a horde of demonic creatures who prey upon the lost. Alone and deep within the darkness of the remote wilderness, he must now fight back to protect his family against the ancient forces' relentless attacks. Starring Joseph Mawle (The Awakening, »
- Derek Anderson
Supernatural is going back in time to Season 5, with an assist from fan fave Bobby Singer — and another hunter pal.
Jim Beaver will reprise his role as the Winchesters’ beloved father figure in an upcoming Season 11 installment, TVLine has learned exclusively.
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The actor — who was last seen on the CW series providing help from Heaven in Season 10’s “Inside Man” — will appear via flashbacks in Episode 16, alongside Steven Williams as hunter Rufus (who was killed during Season 6).
“[Dean and Sam] are going to be investigating an old case that was once investigated by Bobby and Rufus, »
8 items from 2016
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