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#NationalCandyCornDay Has Twitter Divided Like: ‘Candy Corn Isn’t Gross – You Are’

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#NationalCandyCornDay Has Twitter Divided Like: ‘Candy Corn Isn’t Gross – You Are’
No one knows what candy corn is made of, and no one wants to know what candy corn is made of. Love the sugary treat or hate it, today is #NationalCandyCornDay, and that’s got Twitter all riled up and divided. “Candy corn isn’t gross — you are,” one staunch defender on a clear sugar-high wrote Monday. “Candy Corn: 0% Candy 0% Corn 100% Disappointment,” the freaking Iowa State University Police Department countered on the same social media platform. Read more reactions to the tricolored traffic cone-looking snack below. And regardless of where you fall on these things, don’t eat loose candy tomorrow,
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Liam Gallagher on the Hard Road to His Hard Rocking Comeback: 'Being a Liam Gallagher Fan Must Be F—ing Hard Work'

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Liam Gallagher on the Hard Road to His Hard Rocking Comeback: 'Being a Liam Gallagher Fan Must Be F—ing Hard Work'
William John Paul “Liam” Gallagher. Even his name sounds like a supergroup—some kind of Frankenstein’s amalgam that fuses a continuum of British rock, glass-shattering volume, and a semi-lethal Twitter account. Lord knows he’s packed an entire band’s worth of swagger into one man. Onstage at New York City’s McKittrick Hotel last July for his first American performance as a solo artist, he assumes his trademark position, arms clasped behind his parka-covered torso, crouched in a perpetual stare-down with an audience. He’s flanked by a banner that spells out not his name, but might as well be: “Rock ‘N’ Roll.
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Colbert Tries to Figure Out What George W Bush Said to Obama at Disaster Relief Concert (Video)

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Colbert Tries to Figure Out What George W Bush Said to Obama at Disaster Relief Concert (Video)
No one knows what George W. Bush whispered to Barack Obama that caused him to break out into laughter while Bill Clinton delivered a speech on Saturday at the One America Appeal Concert to raise money for hurricane relief. But Stephen Colbert used the top of tonight’s episode of “The Late Show” to try and figure it out. Well, and also to beg all five surviving former presidents to save the country (presumably from Trump). Also Read: 'Morning Joe' Blasts Trump on Puerto Rico Response: 'National Disgrace' (Video) “It’s nice, it’s really nice that they could all be there together,
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'The Punisher': Everything You Need to Know About Marvel's Vigilante Antihero

'The Punisher': Everything You Need to Know About Marvel's Vigilante Antihero
Black clothes. White skull. Smoking guns. These are the gloriously simple ingredients behind the Punisher, the no-holds-barred antihero who'll soon be starring in one of the fall's most anticipated series. As played by The Walking Dead's Jon Bernthal during the second season of Netflix's Daredevil, the gun-toting vigilante stole every scene he was in, making the network's relentless campaign of teases and trailers damn near irresistible. But like every major superhero, he's taken a long strange trip from his comic-book origins to his modern-day multimedia superstardom. Below, you'll find
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Ben Affleck Says ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Criticisms Were “Fair”

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No one knows better than Ben Affleck that the reaction to last year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice” wasn’t great. We don’t need to rehash the countless ways in which Zack Snyder‘s superhero showdown missed the mark, but the actor himself became the poster boy for WB and DC’s failings with the Sad Affleck meme, which over a year later, is still hilarious.

From the film’s overly grim tone, to the ridiculous plotting that included jars of urine, and Moms named Martha, ‘Dawn Of Justice’ took it on the chin and then some.

Continue reading Ben Affleck Says ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Criticisms Were “Fair” at The Playlist.
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John Carpenter Is Heavily Involved In Halloween Sequel

Not all horror films need some supernatural or paranormal element to them. In fact, some of the genre’s best efforts have been the most simple ones, with a grounded threat that feels real and believable. For many, that’s the scariest thing and it’s what made some of the classics from the 70s and 80s into the iconic films that they are today. Sometimes, all you really need is a psycho with a blade just killing people for no apparent reason.

No one knows that better than John Carpenter, who struck gold with Halloween, one of the greatest horror movies of all-time. It needs no introduction at this point, and as fans will know, Danny McBride and David Gordon Green are getting ready to put their own spin on the classic. But just how involved will Carpenter be? Will the legendary filmmaker have much input on the project,
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Olivia Munn on ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ & Returning for ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’

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No one knows the evil warlord Garmadon (voiced by Justin Theroux), aka The Worst Guy Ever, better than his ex-wife, Koko (voiced by Olivia Munn), and when it comes to their son Lloyd (voiced by Dave Franco), the eternally optimistic mother just wants to help him survive adolescence. But in The Lego Ninjago Movie, being a high school teenager isn’t easy for Lloyd because everyone knows that his father won’t stop until he’s achieved world domination, which can make friendships tough to keep and teenage life insurmountable. While at the Legoland California Resort for the film’…
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Outlander Review: Unavoidable Misery, A Pivotal Friendship, and [Spoiler’s] Tragic Death

The notion that if you don’t speak of the thing which pains you, it won’t hurt as badly, is a blatant lie. No one knows this better than Claire and Jamie Fraser. Outlander is now moving more quickly through the star-crossed lovers’s years apart. As time rolls by, they both move past the point of just surviving by being proactive with their lives. Claire finds satisfaction in her accomplishments, but the Randall’s marriage is anything but an achievement. Meanwhile, Jamie finds his mission in helping his remaining clansmen–one very special fan-favorite in particular. Purpose to live becomes reason to want to

Outlander Review: Unavoidable Misery, A Pivotal Friendship, and [Spoiler’s] Tragic Death
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‘Maximum Security’ DVD Review

Stars: Dolph Lundgren, Corbin Bernsen, Louis Mandylor, Jocelyn Osorio, Isaac C. Singleton Jr., Eddie J. Fernandez, David Fernandez Jr., Luis Gatica, Steven Dell, Mauricio Mendoza, Geoffrey Ross | Written by Benjamin Budd, Scott Windhauser | Directed by R. Ellis Frazier

Jack (Lundgren) is a former CIA contractor who now oversees a team of elite thieves. One night in a small Mexican town, they flawlessly execute an intricate heist. On the way to a lucrative payout the Mexican authorities suddenly apprehend them. When the authorities bring them in, Jack finds himself face-to-face with Agent Price (Bernsen), his former CIA handler. Agent Price informs Jack that he s being sent to La Muerte, a high-tech, impenetrable fortress. La Muerte operates as a black site for high profile detainees from Mexico’s war against the Cartels. No one knows where it is…or that it even exists, and those who enter do not leave the facility alive.
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Exclusive: Larry Birkhead Shares Intimate Thoughts From Anna Nicole Smith's Private Diary

Larry Birkhead is sharing some of Anna Nicole Smith's most intimate secrets.

In an exclusive sit-down interview at his home in Kentucky with Et's Kevin Frazier, the 44-year-old shares memories from his relationship with the late model and actress, what it's like raising their 11-year-old daughter, Dannielynn, on his own and why he thinks people are still so fascinated with his former partner.

Frazier kicks off the interview by explaining to Birkhead that he first met him in Los Angeles the night of Smith's infamous slurred speech onstage at the 2004 American Music Awards.

"As bad as that seemed and people were making fun of her, behind the scenes, her phone was ringing off the hook," Birkhead recalls. "People were dropping off scripts, people were wanting interviews and I mean, unfortunately, that's the way it goes, people were talking about her."

More: Larry Birkhead: Dannielynn Gets Modeling Offers 'All The Time'

While Smith was no stranger
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Dave Franco talks becoming a toy ninja in The Lego Ninjago Movie

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Dave Franco talks becoming a toy ninja in The Lego Ninjago MovieDave Franco talks becoming a toy ninja in The Lego Ninjago MovieBob Strauss - Cineplex Magazine9/20/2017 10:00:00 Am

Dave Franco sits on a metal chair in a stripped-down Beverly Hills hotel room looking as happy as he can be. All that stuff you read about the actor’s infectious smile being the most winning in the business? Not fake news.

You won’t actually get to see that gregarious grin in Franco’s latest movie, however. In The Lego Ninjago Movie he merely provides the voice of animated brick boy Lloyd, a troubled teen who leads a squad of ninjas against the evil Garmadon who wants to destroy their ancient/modern/futuristic island city.

But even though you won’t get a gander at the 32-year-old star of Neighbors, 21 Jump Street and Now You See Me in the animated feature,
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Jamie Lee Curtis To Play Laurie Strode In Halloween Reboot

Not all horror films need some supernatural or paranormal element to them. In fact, some of the genre’s best efforts have been the most simple ones, with a grounded threat that feels real and believable. For many, that’s the scariest thing and it’s what made some of the classics from the 70s and 80s into the iconic films that they are today. Sometimes, all you really need is a psycho with a blade just killing people for no apparent reason.

No one knows that better than John Carpenter, who struck gold with Halloween, one of the greatest horror movies of all-time. It needs no introduction at this point, and as fans will know, Danny McBride and David Gordon Green are getting ready to put their own spin on the classic. The plan is to have the film hit theatres in 2018 – October, to be specific – and today, in a very surprising announcement,
See full article at We Got This Covered »

It Looks Like a ‘War Zone’: The Most Devastating Pictures from Hurricane Irma Destruction in the Florida Keys

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It Looks Like a ‘War Zone’: The Most Devastating Pictures from Hurricane Irma Destruction in the Florida Keys
Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys on Sunday as a category 4 storm – but only now is the destruction becoming clear.

Although frustrated Floridians are anxious to return home, officials are still enforcing an access ban in the Lower Keys as they evaluate the infrastructure, the roadways, health hazards and other safety measures. A dawn-to-dusk curfew remains in place.

“The wind may have stopped blowing, but for most of the Florida Keys, there is no fuel, electricity, running water, or cell service. For many people, supplies are running low and anxiety is running high,” a statement from Monroe County officials said.
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Blumhouse Promises Halloween Will Release In 2018, John Carpenter May Score

Not all horror films need some supernatural or paranormal element to them. In fact, some of the genre’s best efforts have been the most simple ones, with a grounded threat that feels real and believable. For many, that’s the scariest thing and it’s what made some of the classics from the 70s and 80s into the iconic films that they are today. Sometimes, all you really need is a psycho with a blade just killing people for no apparent reason.

No one knows that better than John Carpenter, who struck gold with Halloween, one of the greatest horror movies of all-time. It needs no introduction at this point, and as fans will know, Danny McBride and David Gordon Green are getting ready to put their own spin on the classic. The plan is to have the film hit theatres in 2018 – October, to be specific – but given that
See full article at We Got This Covered »

Days of Our Lives: Will Andre Think He Is Crazy?

Days of Our Lives fans know that Andre is being held captive now after fake Marlena made a public announcement that he is mentally insane and in need of medical evaluation. No one knows that Marlena is not Marlena, and this is not good news. So what we have to deal with right now is a chance that he is going to panic. No one will believe that he is not the person she says he is since they don’t know what’s up. But it’s not a problem now that Hope and Paul are working on things. But will Andre

Days of Our Lives: Will Andre Think He Is Crazy?
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‘BoJack Horseman’ Review: Let’s Talk About That Ending, Princess Carolyn, and The Best Episode of Season 4

[Editor’s Note: The following review of “BoJack Horseman” contains spoilers for Season 4. For a spoiler-free review, click here.]

“Where’s BoJack?” The question at the center of Netflix’s Season 4 marketing efforts is treated differently in the series itself. Yes, at the onset of the new episodes, BoJack is missing. No one knows where he is; not his former roommate, Todd (Aaron Paul), not his former crush, Diane (Alison Brie), not even his best friend, Channing Tatum (no footage found): The would-be Oscar nominee and former TV star isn’t even in the first episode, sans for a botched voicemail recording heard by Diane.

Read More:‘BoJack Horseman’ Review: Season 4 Confronts the Past For Its Most Honest And Soulful Season Yet

But Season 4 tackles its central query from an aptly existential angle: Where is BoJack? Throughout Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s excellent animated series, BoJack has always been drifting. Facing and fearing a confusing world, he’s trapped in a circle of meaningless self-destruction. He drinks and parties as means to relieve pain,
See full article at Indiewire Television »

‘BoJack Horseman’ Review: Let’s Talk About That Ending, Princess Carolyn, and The Best Episode of Season 4

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‘BoJack Horseman’ Review: Let’s Talk About That Ending, Princess Carolyn, and The Best Episode of Season 4
[Editor’s Note: The following review of “BoJack Horseman” contains spoilers for Season 4. For a spoiler-free review, click here.]

“Where’s BoJack?” The question at the center of Netflix’s Season 4 marketing efforts is treated differently in the series itself. Yes, at the onset of the new episodes, BoJack is missing. No one knows where he is; not his former roommate, Todd (Aaron Paul), not his former crush, Diane (Alison Brie), not even his best friend, Channing Tatum (no footage found): The would-be Oscar nominee and former TV star isn’t even in the first episode, sans for a botched voicemail recording heard by Diane.

Read More:‘BoJack Horseman’ Review: Season 4 Confronts the Past For Its Most Honest And Soulful Season Yet

But Season 4 tackles its central query from an aptly existential angle: Where is BoJack? Throughout Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s excellent animated series, BoJack has always been drifting. Facing and fearing a confusing world, he’s trapped in a circle of meaningless self-destruction. He drinks and parties as means to relieve pain,
See full article at Indiewire »

'Hellboy' Whitewashing Backlash May Signal Tipping Point for Hollywood Casting

'Hellboy' Whitewashing Backlash May Signal Tipping Point for Hollywood Casting
British actor Ed Skrein's Aug. 28 decision to quit Lionsgate and Millennium's Hellboy reboot — after criticism for being a white actor playing a character who is Japanese-American in the comics — has many in the industry wondering whether the unprecedented move is a tipping point for Hollywood's practice of "whitewashing" roles.

Some see Skrein, 34, as caving to pressure from a social media-fueled mob of PC police. "No one knows where the line is," says a studio publicity head, "and every movie now is controversial for any reason." In addition, there are concerns that an overcorrective backlash...
See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »

Adam Wingard Almost Directed Upcoming Halloween Reboot

Not all horror films need some supernatural or paranormal element to them. In fact, some of the genre’s best efforts have been the most simple ones, with a grounded threat that feels real and believable. For many, that’s the scariest thing and it’s what made some of the classics from the 70s and 80s into the iconic films that they are today. Sometimes, all you really need is a psycho with a blade just killing people for no apparent reason.

No one knows that better than John Carpenter, who struck gold with Halloween, one of the greatest horror movies of all-time. It needs no introduction at this point, and as fans will know, the property has undergone some significant changes over the years. Currently, there are 10 entries in the franchise, and with numerous directors coming in to put their own spin on Michael Myers, the character isn
See full article at We Got This Covered »
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