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Melissa McCarthy And Jennifer Aniston Get Into A Debate About Gravity, The Fundamental Force

Melissa McCarthy knows climate change is a hoax, but she has bigger fish to fry: gravity. Related: Melissa McCarthy Is Makin’ Her Way Through Midtown On Sean Spicer’s Press Podium Appearing as guest host for “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Thursday, the “Spy” star gave the audience a hilarious lesson in the scientific fraud that is “the Theory […]
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Blake Lively Rocks a Black Pixie Cut in ‘Rhythm Section’ Teaser Photo

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Blake Lively Rocks a Black Pixie Cut in ‘Rhythm Section’ Teaser Photo
Blake Lively has swapped out her signature long blond locks for a black pixie haircut in a new teaser photo for her upcoming spy thriller “The Rhythm Section.” On Sunday, the actress took to Instagram to reveal the new do, with the simple caption: “#TheRhythmSectionMovie.” Reed Morano is directing “Rhythm Section,” the first film in what’s intended to become a franchise with “James Bond” producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli producing. Jude Law is attached to the film as well. Paramount will distribute the film in most world territories. Also Read: Paramount's Blake Lively Spy Thriller 'Rhythm Section' Set to Hit.
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Allison Janney Named Honorary Chair of 2018 Women’s Voices Theater Festival

Janney: Kate Romero/Women’s Voices Theater Fest

Allison Janney is adding another gig to her jam-packed résumé. The multiple Emmy award-winning actress will serve as the Honorary Chair of the 2018 Women’s Voices Theater Festival. According to a press release from the fest, Janney’s “continued engagement [in American theater] demonstrates a deep and genuine commitment to creating a space in the theater community where the vital contributions of women are recognized and celebrated.”

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival is a collaboration among 26 theaters in and around Washington, D.C. with a mission to “highlight the scope of plays being written by women and the range of professional theater being produced in the nation’s capital region.” The event features world, national, and regional premieres of women-penned plays. Janney previously served on the Festival’s Honorary Committee in 2015.

Actress Danai Gurira (“The Walking Dead,” “Black Panther”), playwright Sarah DeLappe (“The Wolves
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Review: A Bad Moms Christmas (2017)

Christmas is upon us and with every approaching Christmas season, audiences can expect a seasonally themed comedy (or two) to crop up in November/December. This year, in addition to the Daddy’s Home 2 joy, we have a festive sequel to Jon Lucas and Scott Moore’s fine Comedy hit Bad Moms. Unfortunately it seems that A Bad Moms Christmas makes the fundamental error of not actually having many (or arguably any) jokes on show.

The concept is very by the books for festive family fracas fare and sees the three bad matriarchs from the last film – Amy (Mila Kunis), Carla (Kathryn Hahn) and Kiki (Kristen Bell) – prepare for the big show for mums (sorry, ‘moms’)…Christmas. But their job of taking all the stress of the holidays and styling it out will be made even worse this year, as their own mothers – Ruth (Christine Baranski), Sandy (Cheryl Hines) and
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A New Little One to Love! Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale Welcome Second Child

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A New Little One to Love! Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale Welcome Second Child
Bobby Cannavale and Rose Byrne‘s new addition has arrived.

The actress has given birth to the couple’s second child together, a source tells People.

Further details — including the baby’s sex and name — are currently unavailable, and a rep for the pair had no comment on the news.

Cannavale, 47, and Byrne, 38, also share 21-month-old son Rocco Robin, whom they welcomed in February 2016. Cannavale is also dad to 22-year-old actor son Jake from a previous relationship.

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Syfy announces cast for Deadly Class TV series

Last month it was announced that Syfy had given a pilot order to Deadly Class, an adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig’s Image Comics series, and now the network has announced details of the cast for the TV series, along with their character descriptions (via Deadline):

Benedict Wong is set for the series regular role of Master Lin, the headmaster of the School for the Deadly Arts. Deadly and feared. He’s an ever-changing chameleon who keeps his students desperate for his approval.

Benjamin Wadsworth will play Marcus. At one point we were all Marcus, an awkward outcast full of social anxiety struggling to find his place in the cold and brutal world of high school. Marcus is bottled rage, if his life had been normal this kid might have been an artist, even a poet. Instead he’s had to survive life on the streets of San Francisco.
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Fantastic Beasts 2 to feature even more Harry Potter surprises

While he was doing the rounds promoting Paddington 2 [read our review here], super-producer David Heyman (Gravity, I Am Legend) spoke to Digital Spy about the mission statement for the next Fantastic Beasts film and its subsequent sequels.

Heyman stated “I think the pleasure of these Fantastic Beasts films is that they’ll work on their own terms. You don’t need to know Harry Potter to enjoy them, but if you do, you have another layer, another level to enjoy. I’m very excited as more nuggets drop and audiences respond. Fans will be incredibly excited. This next film is different to the first, but each film will march to its own beat and have its own tone. I don’t yet know if the series will get darker, although all of them will be fun and entertaining.”

Does the formula need to change that much from the $800m grossing original, or are
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All-Women Tech Comedy from Paul Feig and Kim Rosenstock in Development at Freeform

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Ever wish the series “Silicon Valley” featured more women? Well, Paul Feig, “New Girl’s” Kim Rosenstock, and Freeform are here for you. Per Variety, “Girl Code” is currently in development at the network. Created by Rosenstock and directed by Feig, the half-hour comedy will be set in an all-female incubator.

The series will focus on “an antisocial tech CEO and an outspoken feminist non-profit warrior who must put aside their issues with each other in order to mastermind a groundbreaking, all-women tech incubator,” the source specifies.

Taking inspiration from women coders, robotics, and entrepreneurs, Anonymous Content’s Joy Gorman Wettels (“13 Reasons Why”) originally brought the concept to Feig and Rosenstock. She will exec produce “Girl Code” with Feig, Rosenstock, and Jessie Henderson of Feigco Entertainment. Paramount Television and Anonymous are producing.

Feig has helmed women-driven features including “Bridesmaids,” “Ghostbusters,” and “Spy.” He is currently filming “A Simple Favor,” a thriller centered on a blogger whose best friend goes missing. Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively are starring. “Parks and Rec,” “Nurse Jackie,” and “Weeds” are among Feig’s TV directing credits. In 2016 the director received the first Athena Leading Man Award at the Athena Film Festival.

Rosenstock is writing and exec producing an as-yet untitled comedy for NBC. The series, about a newly single woman who is forced to turn to her family for help, is also being exec produced by Amy Poehler and has a put-pilot commitment.

All-Women Tech Comedy from Paul Feig and Kim Rosenstock in Development at Freeform was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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Paramount’s Blake Lively Spy Thriller ‘Rhythm Section’ Set to Hit Theaters in February 2019

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Paramount’s Blake Lively Spy Thriller ‘Rhythm Section’ Set to Hit Theaters in February 2019
Paramount’s Blake Lively-headlined spy thriller from the producers of the James Bond films, “Rhythm Section,” will be released wide on February 22, 2019, the studio announced Monday. The studio also slated an untitled Tyler Perry film for April 12, 2019. Reed Morano is directing “Rhythm Section,” the first film in what’s intended to become a franchise, with “James Bond” producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli producing. Jude Law is attached to the film as well. Paramount will distribute the film in most world territories. Also Read: Jude Law in Talks to Join Blake Lively in Female Spy Thriller 'Rhythm Section' The series is.
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Dave Gorman interview: Modern Life Is Goodish

Rob Leane Oct 30, 2017

Dave Gorman chats to us about his journey from Googlewhack Adventure to Modern Life Is Goodish...

Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish returns to Dave very soon, for its fifth series, with the eponymous comedian/writer/PowerPoint enthusiast diving back into the weird world around us, in search of life-affirming moments, barmy internet comments and more hefty chuckles.

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After watching the first episode of series 5 a bit early, we got the chance to chat with Mr Gorman over the phone. The call was delayed slightly, because Gorman was stuck at a garage trying to sort out his Mot. Once we were connected, that seemed like a good place to start our rather long chat...

Is everything alright with your car?
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Gary Oldman to Receive Variety Award at British Independent Film Awards

Gary Oldman to Receive Variety Award at British Independent Film Awards
Gary Oldman is to receive this year’s Variety Award at the British Independent Film Awards on Dec. 10. The award recognizes a director, actor, writer or producer who has made a global impact and helped to focus the international spotlight on the U.K.

Previous recipients of the award include Benedict Cumberbatch, Jude Law, Kenneth Branagh, Keira Knightley, Liam Neeson, Paul Greengrass, Daniel Craig, Helen Mirren, Kate Winslet and Naomie Harris, who was last year’s honoree.

Steven Gaydos, Variety’s Vice President and Executive Editor, said: “In the 30 years since Gary Oldman galvanized global film audiences with his portrayal of punk rocker Sid Vicious in ‘Sid and Nancy,’ Oldman has blazed a path as one of international cinema’s most versatile and valued actors. From blockbusters to American indie classics and U.K. masterworks, Oldman has been a force of nature who’s brought life to a stunning variety of characters across all genres of film
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Gerard Butler interview: Geostorm, Angel Has Fallen and more

Duncan Bowles Oct 23, 2017

Gerard Butler chats to us about Geostorm, his bike accident, and Olympus Has Fallen 3...

Geostorm is a film that is so bombastic, it feels like a crime to write its name in lowercase letters – Geostorm fits much better and conveys the gloriously over the top shenanigans that Gerard Butler finds himself at the centre of, as the planet Earth has set about imploding after no one paid any attention to climate change. Thankfully Butler’s character, Jake Lawson, has created a net of satellites in space that can prevent future weather based disasters, until it appears that someone might have set about turning ‘Dutch Boy’ (the control system) into a weapon…

Geostorm is a throwback to the golden era of nineties disaster movies in the best way; if you’ve ever loved the likes of Armageddon, Dante’s Peak or Twister (to name a few) then deciding
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Warner Bros. Retitles Prehistoric Shark Movie to ‘The Meg’

Warner Bros. Retitles Prehistoric Shark Movie to ‘The Meg’
Warner Bros. Pictures has retitled Jon Turteltaub‘s (National Treasure) prehistoric shark thriller Meg to The Meg, Bloody Disgusting learned. Starring are Jason Statham (Spy, Furious 7, The Expendables films) and award-winning Chinese actress Li Bingbing (Transformers: Age of Extinction, Forbidden Kingdom, The Message). “A deep-sea submersible—part of an international undersea observation program—has been attacked by a massive creature, previously thought to be extinct, and now lies disabled […]
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Giveaway – Win Eat Locals on DVD

Director Jason Flemyng’s directorial debut Eat Locals comes to VOD, DVD and Blu-ray on October 30th, and we’ve got three DVD copies of the film to give away to our readers. Read on for details of how to enter the giveaway…

Sebastian Crockett is in for the ride of his life when his night of desire with sexy, alluring cougar Vanessa turns into a fight for survival when she introduces him to some of her friends – a coven of hungry vampires – at a remote farmhouse. As if Sebastian’s night couldn’t get any worse, a heavily armed band of mercenary vampire hunters led by the steadfast Colonel Bingham crashes the party – and much like the vampires, they’re out for blood…..it’s going to be a night to remember!

Eat Locals is the directorial debut of actor Jason Flemyng (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch
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Syfy gives pilot order to comic book adaptation Deadly Class

According to THR, Syfy has given a pilot order to Deadly Class, a drama based upon the Image Comics title from Rick Remender and Wes Craig. The script has been penned by Remender and Miles Feldsott, with Adam Targum (Banshee) set to serve as showrunner as well as executive producing with Joe and Anthony Russo (Avengers: Infinity War), Mike Larocca (Spy) and Lee Toland Krieger (The Age of Adaline).

Set against the backdrop of 80s counterculture, Deadly Class is described as “a unique coming-of-age journey) and “follows a disillusioned teen recruited into a storied high school for assassins. Maintaining his moral code while surviving a ruthless curriculum, vicious social cliques and his own adolescent uncertainties may prove fatal.”

Syfy has the DC Comics Superman prequel series Krypton incoming, and has recently ordered George R.R. Martin’s Nightflyers to series, as well as pilots for Tremors and The Purge.
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Jude Law in Talks to Join Blake Lively in ‘Rhythm Section’ (Exclusive)

Jude Law in Talks to Join Blake Lively in ‘Rhythm Section’ (Exclusive)
Jude Law is in negotiations to co-star with Blake Lively in the spy thriller “The Rhythm Section” from director Reed Morano, and “James Bond” producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.

Im Global will finance the film, while Paramount will handle worldwide distribution. Wilson and Broccoli are producing through their Eon Productions banner, with Im Global co-founder Stuart Ford exec producing along with Greg Shapiro and Mark Burnell.

The movie is a contemporary adaptation of the first of Burnell’s “Stephanie Patrick” British series of four novels. Lively will play the titular heroine, who’s on a path to self-destruction after the death of her family in an airplane crash — a flight that she was meant to be on. After discovering that the crash wasn’t an accident, her anger awakens a new sense of purpose as she becomes an assassin to track down those responsible. Other novels in Burnell’s popular series include “Gemini,” “The Third Woman
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Trailer for “Cook Off!”: Melissa McCarthy Mockumentary on Food

Melissa McCarthy has been making us laugh in the last decade with movie hits such as Ghostbusters, Spy, The Heat, and Bridesmaids. However, Melissa is also well known for multiple successful TV programs. She first won our hearts as Sookie St. James in Gilmore Girls, and since then she’s starred in Mike & Molly. She’s also done several Saturday Night Live guest appearances and has also appeared in Conan and Nobodies. However, before any of these happened after Gilmore Girls, Melissa actually starred in a mockumentary that was released in 2007 to a limited audience. That mockumentary is now finding

Trailer for “Cook Off!”: Melissa McCarthy Mockumentary on Food
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Box Office: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Dominates With $40 Million

Box Office: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Dominates With $40 Million
Spy comedy “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is heading for a solid $40 million opening weekend at 4,003 North American sites, estimates showed Saturday.

The third weekend of horror blockbuster “It” continues to scare up impressive business with a projected $30 million at 4,007 locations, followed by the launch of Warner Bros.’ animated comedy “The Lego Ninjago Movie” with about $21 million at 4,047 locations — well under recent forecasts. Still, with three films over $20 million, the overall box office represents a continued rebound for the movie business following a dismal late summer.

Independent horror movie “Friend Request” is showing little traction in its launch weekend with an estimated $2.2 million at 2,550 venues. Jake Gyllenhaal’s “Stronger,” a biopic on Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman, is opening with a moderate $1.6 million at 574 sites for Roadside Attractions.

Fox’s “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is performing in line with expectations, two years after “Kingsman: The Secret Service.” The sequel brings back original stars Taron Egerton, Colin Firth
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Michael Giacchino interview: the art of scoring movies

Sean Wilson Sep 29, 2017

War For The Planet Of The Apes, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Star Wars and more, as we chat to composer Michael Giacchino...

Few blockbuster composers are in as much demand as Michael Giacchino. Having risen through the ranks of video game scoring and smash-hit TV sucesses with the likes of Lost, the versatile composer has over the last decade musically defined several enormous franchises. From Rogue One to Jurassic World to acclaimed Pixar Oscar-winners like Up, there's no end to Giacchino's talents.

With his 50th birthday concert at the Royal Albert Hall coming up on 20th October, we were delighted to catch up with Michael to ask that all-important question: what makes a truly great film score?

Well, it's been 15 years since I was playing Medal Of Honor: Frontline on the PS2 and now I'm sat here talking to its composer! Seriously, how hard were the tanks to defeat in that game?
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Ed Skrein’s Bold Move to Opt Out of ‘Hellboy’ Over Whitewashing Concerns Ratchets Up Pressure

Ed Skrein’s Bold Move to Opt Out of ‘Hellboy’ Over Whitewashing Concerns Ratchets Up Pressure
Reversing Hollywood’s decades-long practice of casting white actors in Asian roles has proved vexing. Boycotts haven’t worked. Op-eds have drawn attention to the issue, and social media has magnified the scrutiny of the lack of diversity and inclusion on the big screen.

But last week’s stunning decision by British actor Ed Skrein to drop out of playing a Japanese-American character in the upcoming “Hellboy” reboot is likely to put pressure not only on casting directors but actors themselves, as well as film companies and studios.

Skrein, who declined an interview request, said in a statement that when he accepted the role, he was unaware that the character of Ben Daimio was of Asian heritage. He said the casting announcement caused “understandable upset” and “intense conversation” that prompted him to do what he felt was right. The response to his move has been largely positive, with many people on social media pledging to support other
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