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Devon Still has a very big reason to celebrate ... his daughter Leah is officially 2 years cancer free!! Still posted the good news Saturday with an old pic from the hospital visit when Leah first learned she had cancer ... with caption, "No matter how hard it got we never gave up. So today, we celebrate your strength and perseverance Leah! I love you more than you could ever possibly know." You'll remember ... Leah stole hearts not only in the football community, »
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Although he hasn’t seen the movie yet, Wilcox, who starred with Erik Estrada on the NBC show from 1977 to 1983, isn’t sold on the new raunchy premise.
“I have not seen the film but the trailers looked like a soft-porn version of ‘Dumb and Dumber,'” Wilcox told the Associated Press. “However, I hear the actors are both very talented and funny, so maybe it all works.” He said he’ll likely “wait for the video” instead of watching the pic in theaters.
— larry wilcox (@LarryDWilcox »
- Maane Khatchatourian
How do you adapt a show as bad as the cheesy 70s cop hit? As a daft, bland, squabbling buddy comedy with fart jokes, of course
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You know who’s not happy about Dax Shepard’s forthcoming movie reboot of police drama CHiPs? The series’ original stars, Larry Wilcox and Erik Estrada – Jon and Ponch themselves. Wilcox tweeted after a preview screening: “Way to go Warner Bros - just ruined the Brand of Chips and of the Calif Highway Patrol. Great choice!” while Estrada retweeted hostile comments from fans vouchsafing that CHiPs never drew their guns.
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- John Patterson
Anupama Parameswaran, the Premam heroine, is a happy girl. She made her debut in Telugu cinema with A Aa, and after which she starred with Sharwanand in Sathamanam Bhavati. It looks like the film has crossed 50 days at the box office.
Anupama, on her Twitter account, posted, “50 days of shathamanambhavathi 100K dear ones on Twitter.. Can't thank u all enough.... Love u all”
Two milestones on the same day… Way to go!
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Despite the snafu in announcing this year’s winner for Best Picture at the Academy Awards, the fact that Moonlight came out on top after La La Land dominated the awards circuit all season is a big deal. It shows that Oscar voters may finally be embracing diversity in a big way, and not in a […]
The post Academy Awards Still Have a Long Way to Go on the Path to Diversity [Video Essay] appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) kicks off its 16th annual Doc Fortnight on Thursday, a 10-day festival that includes 20 feature-length non-fiction films and 10 documentary shorts. This year’s lineup includes four world premieres and a number of North American and U.S. premieres.
The festival is far from the only major North American showcase for non-fiction cinema. Festivals ranging from Hot Docs to True/False have played key roles in the expanding documentary festival circuit. However, Doc Fortnight has maintained its own niche on the scene, by aiming to expose undiscovered stories and filmmakers, screening a range of documentaries from around the world and capturing the ways in which artists are pushing the boundaries of non-fiction filmmaking.
“It’s not an industry festival, there aren’t awards, and distributors aren’t all coming looking to buy, »
- Chris O'Falt and Graham Winfrey
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On episode 48 of Los Fanboys, Mario and Jammer give a fittingly lengthy follow-up to the Batman director discussion from last week. Who do some of you think should take over as director, and who are some other interesting choices from the guys? From there, the pair go into box office discussion, Super Bowl trailer discussions, among a myriad of other topics!
Question Of The Week: Does A Dark Phoenix-centric X-men Movie Sound Like The Best Way To Go For The X-men Franchise?
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00:00:00 - Intro, question of the week responses, Batman discussion
00:21:48 - Dear Ben Affleck discussion
00:36:55 - Box office discussion
- Joseph Medina
The SAG Awards were last night, and though the red carpet was many things, you certainly couldn’t call it boring. Stars wore their activism on their sleeves (literally), opted for bold motifs including stripes, florals and “creature couture” over safe solid colors and experimented with colorful eye makeup and serious hair jewelry. With all that excitement, it was practically impossible to pick our favorite looks from the many major moments to choose from – but because we are serious about the business of best dressed, we soldiered on. Below, check out our picks for top looks of the night, which »
- Brittany Talarico
Carrie Underwood's precious pooch is on the road to recovery.
Last month, the "Church Bells" singer revealed one of her dogs, Ace, suffered a herniated disc and was completely paralyzed in his back end for a few days. Underwood placed him into a physical therapy program so he could gain his mobility back, and it sounds like things are finally starting to look up!
Watch: Carrie Underwood Reveals Her Paralyzed Dog Is Learning to Walk Again
The blond beauty shared an adorable video of little Ace walking in water as part of hydrotherapy. "Ace update," she captioned it. "His physical therapy is really helping...he gets a little better every day!"
"I even have to stop him from trying to play with his sister [Penny Jean]...he'll be back in action in no time!" she continued. "Thanks for all the concern and well wishes! ❤"
Fans were quick to cheer Ace on in the comments section of Underwood's post, writing »
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"We've gotten a lot older and it's evident," the 36-year-old actress shared. "We've changed a ton but for the better."
"Our relationship was turbulent when we started," Bell continued. "But there was a very strong attraction that was obviously physical but also emotional, mental, intellectual, and we worked through a lot of our own problems to get to a really good marriage."
And it has to help that they share some fun hobbies!
Bell discussed how she and Shepard skipped the recent Golden Globes »
Warner Archive Delivers the Best Way to Enjoy a Bad Day at Black Rock
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Pick of the WeekBad Day at Black Rock [Warner Archive]
What is it? A one-armed man arrives via train in a remote western town, and the populace reacts with suspicion and violence.
Why buy it? Spencer Tracy excels as the polite but mysterious stranger whose presence sets everyone on edge, and the more he probes the harder they push. The film explores threads of America’s deep-seated racism and small-town insulation, and it pairs that commentary with a steadily increasing suspense. The themes and actions here are still sadly relevant, even now, and it makes for an important watch that still manages to entertain. Tracy’s potential adversaries include Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Walter Brennan, and »
- Rob Hunter
Last week the first trailer arrived online for the Chips reboot (which stars Dax Shepard and Michael Pena in the lead roles), and while it has received mixed reactions from the public, two former stars of the show have taken to Twitter to voice their displeasure with the new R-rated spin on the property.
First up is Erik Estrada, who did not directly attack the movie with his own words, but rather retweeted the following remarks.
— Robyn (@robbyynnnnnn) January 16, 2017
@robbyynnnnnn @ErikEstrada @LarryDWilcox saw the trailer the other day…Pure Trash…remember(not 100%sure) real CHiPs Never drew their gun
— AZnewborn72 (@BREWCITY72) January 16, 2017
Meanwhile, Larry Wilcox tweeted this:
- Robert Kojder
Go Cubs Go — and they did go — all the way to the White House!
The team brought their World Series trophy, as well as the Cubs’s signature “W” flag along with them.
The Cubs made their entrance to the East Room trailed by cheers of “Let’s Go Cubbies!” before President Obama took the stage.
“They said this day would never come,” Obama started. “Here is something my predecessors »
- Diana Pearl
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