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Premium network Epix is getting into scripted programming, ordering two original series from its joint-venture studio partners Paramount and Lionsgate. Production on both series — Graves and Berlin Station — will begin this fall with the shows set to debut in autumn 2016. Read More Sundance Shortcuts: Robert Redford Calls Nick Nolte the "Perfect Guy to Go on a Walk With" (Video) Graves — a single camera, half-hour comedy from Lionsgate Television — stars Nick Nolte as a former President of the United States. Twenty years after his term ends, he begins to think that his policies have damaged the country
- Hilary Lewis
For the duration of the back half of the second half of Mad Men season seven, viewers didn't know where Don was going, what he was doing, and whom he would meet. Still, fans (especially comedy fans) weren't expecting to see Brett Gelman, the comedic actor best known for his podcast appearances and roles on Eagleheart and Married. There, he sat in group therapy, looking not too far off from the character he played on Go On. Vulture caught up with Gelman (who will be performing at Vulture Festival's Comedy Night) to talk about getting the role, getting naked, and watching Jon Hamm shoot that final shot.What was the audition process like for getting this role? [Laughs.] It was all very secretive — always. I did a thing for a character and then Matthew Weiner had me read for a different character, which was the character I ended up playing. »
- Nate Jones
Celine Dion was forced to take a break from her Las Vegas residency show recently, after husband Rene Angelil's throat cancer returned.
"I needed to take a little break, but I have to say that Rene is doing really wonderful," the singer told Access at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.
Photos: Our Hearts Still Go On For Celine!
"He's doing his best. He's working really hard," she continued. "I knew he was a ...
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Access Hollywood)
The worst thing about a relationship ending is probably the break up of your daily routine. You feel comfortable and safe with one another and if you live together, then you know each other inside and out; you know their schedule. But when you take away that one thing that is constant and reliable, you become like a fish out of water and that’s probably the reason most people regretting breaking up with their partner – because they now need to find a new routine, and starting over isn’t always the easiest thing to do.
The majority of you probably haven’t experienced an amicable break up, and even if you do, there’s still going to be some bitterness on one side if it wasn’t a mutual separation. And of course, if it was a bad break up because you found out that your partner »
- Sara Weir
A review of the "Mad Men" series finale coming up just as soon as I translate your speech into pig Latin... "I hope he's in a better place." -Meredith He's not, Meredith. He's right back where he started. Or so it seems. I mean, there's a way to interpret the conclusion of "Person to Person," and "Mad Men," in which Don Draper's voyage of self-discovery across these United States doesn't lead to him writing the most famous Coca-Cola ad of them all. In that version, one might lean on Matthew Weiner's own words about how he would never give one of his characters credit for an iconic real-life campaign(*), and one might suggest the point of the ad is to represent the world he left behind, which would try to take this genuine moment and turn it into yet another commodity. What Don has on that cliff is the real thing, »
- Alan Sepinwall
Hilary Duff's an aunt! Haylie Duff and fiancé Matt Rosenberg are the proud parents of a newborn baby girl, who the two have named Ryan. According to E!, Haylie's labor was induced over the weekend. No other details about the child's birth have been released. The couple announced last year that they were expecting their first child together and the actress has been very open about how she wanted to stay active throughout the pregnancy. "I did Soul cycle through my whole pregnancy and I go on walks with friends," she told Racked Miami. The 29-year-old also admitted that her workout regimen was making Rosenberg a "little nervous." "He's like, don’t push yourself too hard. I'm like, I got it! I'm fine. I'm just trying to move. Go on walks. I'm not trying to put too much pressure on myself either way," Duff explained to E! New aunt »
- tooFab Staff
Taylor Swift and good pal Gigi Hadid were spotted enjoying a hike in Los Angeles over the weekend. Taylor Swift, Gigi Hadid Hike Swift, 25, and Hadid, 20, spent part of Mother’s Day at Franklin Canyon Park. The close friends dressed for the workout in some basic athletic gear. Swift paired a tank top with […]
- Chelsea Regan
Families can embrace going on an epic journey through the woods together, with Shockya’s exclusive clip from the upcoming animated film, ‘Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants.’ The video, titled ‘River Chase,’ was released to celebrate the adventure film’s upcoming release in North America, including in theaters, On Demand and on DVD, on May 26. ‘Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants,’ which was written and directed by Hélène Giraud and Thomas Szabo, is a unique family animated film in the fact that it features almost no dialogue. Described as a mix between ‘Wall-e’ and ‘A Bug’s Life,’ the movie features the ants communicating solely through a synchronized soundtrack. The score [ Read More ]
- Karen Benardello
"I'm s**tting my pants!" It's fair to say Harriet Jackson is feeling a little bit apprehensive about joining Big Brother on Tuesday's launch night - after all, she only entered as a joke when her friend Gemma Clarke (from the band Babyshambles) dared her to record a video outside Chloe Goodman's eviction. "The game's gone really far!" Harriet joked when we spoke to her at the contestants' secret hotel.
But she is indeed about to head into the house, so we sat down with Harriet to chat about her supposed support of Ukip (she doesn't like them any more), her free and easy attitude to flatulence, bitchy girls and much more...
1. Harriet isn't worried if people don't like her.
"You've got to keep reminding yourself that it's just a game," she said. "These people are not my friends. I've got my family, my friends, but let people say »
PhotosFall TV Preview: Your Guide to Next Season’s New Shows and Stars
Here’s the logline/casting/pedigree info for each of the new shows:
Writers: Jared Stern, »
An official, Midnight Screening selection of the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, Everardo Gout‘s award-winning (landed the Ariel Awards (a.k.a Mexican Oscar) for Best First Work and Editing) directorial debut Days of Grace (Dias De Gracia) lands theatrically tomorrow (05.01) via the Cinema Libre Studio folks.
In the exclusive clip below, we find Lupe (played by Tenoch Huerta from Sin Nombre and upcoming The 33) delivering on a promise to the injured Melquiadez, but not without taking a peak into a suspicious envelope that is on its way to a gang of men that appear to be involved in the kidnapping syndicate. Debuting on HBO Latino, HBO Go on May 1st, it also opens at the Empire AMC 25 in NYC and Sundance Cinemas West Hollywood on May 15th. Visit the official website for theatrical screening times.
- Eric Lavallee
Ah, the 1990s. The decade that brought us The Lion King. Titanic. Quentin Tarantino. That wordless bathroom scene in Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet. Angelo Badalamenti's Twin Peaks. Duel of the Fates from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. In the Mood for Love.
It was a good 10 years for film music, no doubt.
But scratch the surface of 1991 through 1999 and there are tons of good scores ready to spring a surprise on your ears. Some were attached to sorely underrated movies, others were overshadowed by wildly successful ones, and some have simply been forgotten in the passage of time.
Here, in no particular order, are the top 25 underappreciated film soundtracks from the 1990s.
Audiences eager to uncover one of the biggest mysteries in history-the secrets within a lost pyramid unlike any other in the Egyptian desert-can embark on the journey by watch Shockaya’s exclusive clip from the new horror movie, ‘The Pyramid.’ The clip, which is titled ‘Trigger The Terror,’ is supporting the film’s home release by its distributor, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. ‘The Pyramid’ is now available on Digital HD, including Fox Dhd and Amazon. The thriller will also be released on May 5 on Blu-ray and DVD, which will include such special features as a new extended ending, an image gallery and the featurettes ‘Fear,’ ‘Egyptian Myths,’ ‘Partners’ and ‘Space [ Read More ]
The post Go On a Terrifying Journey Into The Pyramid with Exclusive Home Release Clip appeared first on Shockya.com. »
- Karen Benardello
Kate Winslet nearly flashed guests at a recent 60th birthday party. The 39-year-old actress wore a tight-fitting dress to the bash, but nearly suffered a huge embarrassment after going to the toilet when the full-length zip snapped. Kate - who is married to businessman Ned Rocknroll - explained: ''I was at a 60th birthday party, feeling great, wearing a dress that could be unzipped from the bottom or the top. ''So my husband, Ned, puts me into the dress at home no problem, but when everyone started to move into be seated for dinner I needed a wee, so I said to Ned, 'Go on I'll see you in there'. ''I unzipped it from the bottom, sat down, had a wee - no problem - stood up, zipped it back up, and the zip came off in my hand. ''I was stood there, knowing everyone is pretty far away »
VinCat's season three relationship status? It's complicated. Beauty and the Beast returns for its highly anticipated third season on Thursday, May 21, and after months (and months) of waiting, we finally have your exclusive first look at all the romance drama that's in store for Vincent (Jay Ryan) and Catherine (Kristin Kreuk)—including plans for a proposal. "I am going to ask Catherine to marry me," Vincent reveals to his Bff Jt (Austin Basis) in the exclusive promo. Go on, Beasties, get all your cheers out. We'll wait! But before you pop the champagne and start ordering wedding gifts, "It's almost too good to be true," Catherine says...because it just might »
April showers bring… Quotes of the Week, of course!
RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2015: Weddings, Deaths, Breakups, Sex, Resurrections, Firings and More!
Yep, we’ve scanned the last seven days of small-screen activity for the best zingers, one-liners, retorts and more.
This time around we’ve got a Momzilla-to-be on Nashville, dental puns on Mom, discussions of race on SNL and Community, double doses of The Comedians and S.H.I.E.L.D. and much more!
So click through the gallery below for the full rundown — then hit the comments to share your thoughts and share any goodies we inevitably missed! »
"Coachella I Go On At 9 And I Am Soooo F—Ing Nervous," tweeted Tyler, The Creator a few hours before his evening performance on the second day of Coachella (Apr. 11). But the Odd Future leader didn't show it during his riotous 50-minute set, running through a few new cuts from his upcoming album, Cherry Bomb, announced last week and slated for release on Apr. 12. Emerging onto a stage designed like an oversized bedroom, complete with a giant bed, chair and desk, the 24-year-old stood at the lip of the stage wearing the same mask from his upcoming LP
- Billboard Staff
We were treated to roller skaters, dog acts galore, a 162 piece Welsh choir and a brother and sister set of singers.
But did you agree with the judges? Twitter gives us an idea...
Emily and Billy, brother and sister rollerskaters took to the stage with a routine that had our hearts in our mouths, especially when they brought out the infamous 'Head Banger' move from Dancing On Ice:
Oh my goodness! That roller skating act wish I had a talent #britainsgotalent
— Yaz (@SpazminMinger) April 11, 2015
jesus i get dizzy doing ring a ring a roses #britainsgotalent
— Nicole smith † (@Nicolesamysmith) April 11, 2015
Was scared the whole time!! But was so good #britainsgotalent
— Sammy (@SGoldilocks) April 11, 2015
These roller skaters are so amazing but their »
Our motto this week: Neutral palette, vivid picks. While the colors this week may air on the side of dainty and whimsical, these obsessions are just as bold as ever. Because sometimes, you've just got to splurge on that perfect little dress you came across on an online shopping kick. And if you're going to get the dress, you might as well throw in the bag too! Plus, there are a few beauty gems that are amplifying our complexions, and ergo our selfie game. Go on, check out what we're obsessing over now! Zara Combined City Bag $90 "Every season, I watch the Fendi runway show with a pretty crazy desire to own everything. Definitely not allowed. So I was super happy to find this perfect »
Warner Bros. UK has released a new international trailer for Anne Flectcher’s (The Proposal, The Guilt Trip) buddy cop comedy, Hot Pursuit. The film follows an uptight cop (Reese Witherspoon) who is tasked with protecting vivacious widow of a drug kingpin (Sofia Vergara) as they hit the road, on the run from criminals and crooked cops. The new trailer hits a lot of the same beats as the previous one, but it's just a little less funny, making me worry that the appeal of the first trailer may have been a trick of editing. Witherspoon and Vergara are both accomplished comedic actresses and they seem to have a nice chemistry, so I'm going to continue to give this film the benefit of the doubt. Check out the new trailer below. The film also stars Robert Kazinsky, Mike Birbiglia, and John Carrol Lynch and opens in theaters on May 8th. »
- Haleigh Foutch
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