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David Duchovny, Sharon Stone, Jeff Daniels Give Bizarre Fan Advice on ‘Colbert’

David Duchovny, Sharon Stone, Jeff Daniels Give Bizarre Fan Advice on ‘Colbert’
David Duchovny, Sharon Stone, Jeff Daniels, Simon Pegg, Helen Hunt and other celebrities offered strange advice to Late Show fans in a goofy bit from Thursday’s episode titled “Dear Famous People.” The pre-filmed piece featured a series of presumably fake letters and increasingly unhelpful answers the actors.

The first person wrote that he’s been dating a woman for six months but just recently learned she doesn’t want children. “Ed, having kids is one of the biggest responsibilities you could ever have,” Duchovny replied. “It’s the equivalent of owning,
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Toronto Film Review: ‘This Changes Everything’

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Toronto Film Review: ‘This Changes Everything’
You may be asking: Why is a man reviewing a documentary about gender inequality in Hollywood? But then you may as well ask: Why did a man direct such a film in the first place?

Representation is an issue that affects all of us, on-screen and off, and while it’s inspirational to see women directors such as Natalie Portman and Maria Giese on the front lines of the 2017 Women’s March — as we do in Tom Donahue’s “This Changes Everything” — there’s something to be said for solidarity shown by those who have nothing to gain from their support beyond the advancement of the greater good. So, like white people at a Black Lives Matter rally or straight folks at a Gay Pride parade, Donahue deserves credit for proactively going out of his way to make a movie that tells it like it is — and paints it as it could be.
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Mosaic: Is the HBO TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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What happened to Olivia Lake? Is the Mosaic TV show cancelled or renewed for a second season on HBO? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Mosaic, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

Airing on the HBO premium channel, Mosaic stars Sharon Stone, Garrett Hedlund, Frederick Weller, Jennifer Ferrin, Beau Bridges, Paul Reubens, Devin Ratray, Maya Kazan, James Ransone, Jeremy Bobb, Zandy Hartig, Michael Cerveris, Bridey Elliott, Brandon Ray Olive, Trey Burvant, Peter D’Alessio, Jacob Vargas, Loudon Wainwright III, and Allison Tolman. The drama centers on children’s author and illustrator, Olivia Lake (Stone), who gets involved with people whose motives are suspect, then goes missing
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‘Unbelievable’: Elizabeth Marvel & Liza Lapira To Recur In Netflix Drama Series

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‘Unbelievable’: Elizabeth Marvel & Liza Lapira To Recur In Netflix Drama Series
Homeland’s Elizabeth Marvel and Liza Lapira (9Jkl) have joined the recurring cast of Unbelievable, an eight-episode Netflix limited series from Erin Brockovich writer Susannah Grant, CBS TV Studios, studio-based producers Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly and Katie Couric.

Co-written by Grant, who will serve as showrunner, Michael Chabon (John Carter) & Ayelet Waldman (Applebaum), Unbelievable is based on The Marshall Project and ProPublica Pulitzer Prize-winning December 2015 article, “An Unbelievable Story of Rape,” written by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong, and the “This American Life” radio episode about the same case, “Anatomy of Doubt.” It tells the true story of Marie, a teenager who was charged with lying about having been raped, and the two female detectives who followed a twisting path to arrive at the truth.

Details of their characters are not being revealed. They join previously cast Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, Kaitlyn Dever, Danielle MacDonald,
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Stormy Daniels Owed Unclaimed SAG-AFTRA Residuals

Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who’s locked in an ongoing legal battle with President Donald Trump, is owed unclaimed residuals by SAG-AFTRA. The union’s unclaimed residuals site doesn’t say how much she’s owed but notes that, “If the union is holding unclaimed residuals, it is because we can’t locate you.”

Daniels, however, isn’t that hard to locate – she’s represented by newly famous attorney Michael Avanetti in her lawsuit against the president.

Most of her acting credits have been in adult films, which aren’t covered by SAG-aftra contracts, but she’s also worked on several theatrical films and TV shows that are, including two films directed by Judd Apatow – The 40-Year Old Virgin and Knocked Up. Several of her Knocked Up co-stars also are owed unclaimed SAG residuals, including Seth Rogen, Ken Jeong and Iris Apatow, the director’s daughter.
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amfAR To Host Tenth Annual Gala Milano In Conjunction With Milan Fashion Week

On Saturday, September 22, amfAR will present the tenth annual amfAR Gala Milano in conjunction with Milan Fashion Week.

The Italian fashion community has long been exemplary in its support of amfAR, with its fashion houses and designers leading many of the Foundation’s most successful fundraising efforts. To date, amfAR Gala Milano has raised over $13.4 million for amfAR’s lifesaving research.

Like all amfAR events, amfAR Gala Milano will draw an exciting and diverse range of distinguished guests, including many of the celebrities, personalities, and designers associated with Milan Fashion Week, as well as famous names from the worlds of music, business, art, and international society. In recent years, amfAR has paid tribute to fashion designer Angela Missoni, entrepreneur Lapo Elkann, the late Editor in Chief of Vogue Italia Franca Sozzani, President of Otb Group Renzo Rosso, and Remo Ruffini of Moncler for their outstanding personal commitment to the fight against AIDS.
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‘Die Hard’ Celebrates 30th Anniversary with Outdoor ‘Nakatomi Tower’ Screening

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‘Die Hard’ Celebrates 30th Anniversary with Outdoor ‘Nakatomi Tower’ Screening
For a movie originally marketed as “40 stories of sheer adventure,” what better way to see John McTiernan’s seminal 1988 actioner “Die Hard” than in the shadow of Nakatomi Tower itself?

That’s just how 20th Century Fox celebrated the film’s 30th anniversary Saturday night, with an outdoor screening at the foot of Fox Plaza in Century City, which stood in for the famed fictional tower. Hundreds gathered on the roof of an adjacent parking garage at dusk as the gleaming structure provided a picturesque backdrop and the most movie-Mecca-like filmgoing experience this side of Devils Tower and “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.”

“It was kind of the star of the movie,” Bonnie Bedelia, one of the film’s (other) stars, told Variety just before the screening. She and co-star Reginald VelJohnson were on hand to introduce the film for the fans in attendance, many of whom wore T-shirts
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Fox Sdcc News Roundup: First Look at ‘Cosmos: Possible Worlds’

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Fox released first look footage for upcoming seasons o some of its biggest hits, including “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons,” as well as the brand-new “Cosmos: Possible Worlds.”

Cosmos: Possible Worlds

“Things are about to get epic,” show host Neil deGrasse Tyson promises in a first-look trailer for the upcoming “Cosmos: Possible Worlds,” a continuation of 2014’s “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” which itself was follow-up series to Carl Sagan’s 1980 television show “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage.” The trippy trailer has Tyson traveling around the universe in a fictional spaceship as he ponders the existence of life on planets not beyond, but within the confines of the stars. The show is set to premiere on National Geographic and Fox in March 2019.

Family Guy

Fox offered fans a sneak peek at the upcoming season of Seth MacFarlane‘s animated family comedy, which returns to the network Sept. 30. The almost five-minute long sizzle
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Top 5 Casino Movies

Hollywood has, over the years, constantly flirted with Las Vegas and the casino. There are far too many films to mention where casinos are heavily featured, but we thought we’d look at the top five we feel perfectly bring them both together.

The Hangover

Back in 2009, Todd Phillips brought a movie to the screen which captured a generation. The first film in The Hangover series was the most popular and, at the time, was the top-grossing R-rated movie of all time, taking $467 million at the global box-office. The film follows a group of guys who venture to Las Vegas for a bachelor party – one in which they wake up having lost the groom. They must try to get over their hangovers and discover what happened the night before. The film is completely set in Las Vegas and heavily features one of the most famous casinos on the strip, Las Vegas.
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Martin Scorsese Handpicked These 16 Key B-Movies and Westerns for Unique MoMA Series

Martin Scorsese Handpicked These 16 Key B-Movies and Westerns for Unique MoMA Series
Among Martin Scorsese’s directing projects-in-progress are a new television show (“The Caesars”), plus films based on an Oklahoma murder mystery (“Killers of the Flower Moon”) and the life of the 26th U.S. president (“Teddy”). He will also soon reunite with actors who delivered their most-acclaimed performances opposite his lens: “Casino” veteran Sharon Stone will star in a Scorsese film that’s still under wraps, while Robert De Niro’s ninth collaboration with the director — Netflix’s “The Irishman” — will be the priciest film of Scorsese’s career (reported budget: $140 million).

Still, the Oscar winner (“The Departed”) has set aside spare time for his signature cause: film preservation.

In his hometown next month, MoMA will host the second-half of its exhibition, “Martin Scorsese Presents Republic Rediscovered: New Restorations from Paramount Pictures.” The defunct studio Republic Pictures churned out 3,000 films and series, all of which are now property of Paramount.
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Denise Richards Joins Will Rogers Institute's 2018 Theatrical PSA Campaign

The Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation (Wrmppf), the operating organization for the Will Rogers Institute, announced today that actress Denise Richards has joined their longtime summer theatrical PSA campaign.

Denise Richards Joins Will Rogers Institute's 2018 Theatrical PSA Campaign

The fundraising campaign, which plays in movie theaters nationwide, is a time-honored tradition that began in 1936 and featured James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, and Bette Davis in the first public service announcement.

The Will Rogers name will be familiar to moviegoers. For more than 80 years, movie theaters have honored Will Rogers’ legacy by raising money in their theaters. Since the 1930’s the Will Rogers Institute has funded pulmonary causes from rehab to research as well as training for doctors to fight lung disease. Brave Beginnings is a program that evolved out of Wri and is now a primary focus for the organization. Participating theater chains for the 2017 campaign benefiting Brave Beginnings included AMC Theatres,
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Commando Facts You Never Knew

Commando Facts You Never Knew
It doesn't matter if you're a mercenary, a Green Beret, or a small army: if you mess with Arnold's kid, you're going down. That's right, it's Commando! Let off some steam as we talk about one of the best action movies ever. Here we'll take a look at 10 things you never knew about Commando.

It was written for Gene Simmons.

Commando was originally conceived as a vehicle for none other than Gene Simmons. Despite the critical beating taken by Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park, the Demon still had the acting bug going into the '80s. He played the villain in Tom Selleck's Runaway, turned up in an episode of Miami Vice, and played a radio DJ in one of MovieWeb's favorite cult films, Trick Or Treat. Simmons actually turned down Commando, which was co-written by his friends Matthew Weisman and Jeph Loeb, who is now the head of Marvel Television.
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‘Incredibles 2’ and 33 Other Movie Sequels That Took Forever to Hit the Screen (Photos)

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‘Incredibles 2’ and 33 Other Movie Sequels That Took Forever to Hit the Screen (Photos)
Long-gestating followups include blockbusters like “Jurassic World” and famous flops like “Blues Brothers 2000

George Miller took nearly 30 years to follow up “Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome” with the Tom Hardy-Charlize Theron thriller “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

The Odd Couple II” is among the sequels with the biggest gaps between films. Twenty-nine years after the 1968 original, Jack Lemmon returned as Felix Unger and Walter Matthau was Oscar Madison in their last film together.

Tron: Legacy” came 28 years after the original, and featured Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner. Shot in 3D, the film featured extensive visual effects and a score by Daft Punk. It grossed more than $400 million worldwide in 2010.

The Color of Money” featured Paul Newman reprising his role as “Fast Eddie” Felson alongside Tom Cruise. Newman won the Best Actor Oscar, 25 years after 1961’s “The Hustler.”

In “Psycho 2,” Meg Tilly played a traveler who encounters Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins
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Five Gambling Movies To Check Out In 2018

Gambling and the movies – a partnership that has lasted decades. The union of the film and games industry will continue to grow, but in this new post we thought we’d look at the relationship between the two through five terrific movies that you can check out via streaming platforms in 2018.


This is a film that dates back nearly two decades, but absolutely resonates to this very day. Croupier tells a tale set within the gambling industry from the other side of the table – from the point of view of the casino worker – in this case Clive Owen’s croupier of the title, Jack Manfred. In a career defining role, Owen plays a part-time writer who involves himself in the London gaming industry and then realises that his experiences would make a great novel.

Mississippi Grind

A pre-Deadpool Ryan Reynolds teams with superb character actor Ben Mendelsohn for
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Confronting Hollywood Ageism, ‘Mosaic’s Sharon Stone Refuses To Be Constrained

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When Steven Soderbergh set out to make Mosaic—a murder mystery surrounding a magnetic, commanding and complex female character—he had in mind one particular actress who can expertly convey all those traits with barely a blink: Sharon Stone. And in playing the doomed Olivia Lake, Stone enthusiastically dug deep into a character that was “messy and flawed and vulnerable and warts and all.” Which is not surprising, given Stone’s penchant for authenticity as her career has progressed, and her refusal to cave to the stereotypical roles on offer for older women.

This role was essentially written for you. What were the conversations between you, Soderbergh and the writer Ed Solomon like beforehand?

Well, I didn’t know a lot about it in advance. Steven called me and told me that it was a big piece, that we would each just get our own section—the script is 500 pages
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TV4 Entertainment Launches Concrete Club as Genre-Based Studio (Exclusive)

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Streaming channels specialist TV4 Entertainment has launched Concrete Club as an independent original content studio, Variety has learned exclusively.

The genre-based studio will develop, produce and distribute feature films and television series targeting underserved, global audiences for all screens. The new studio is touted as an extension of TV4 Entertainment’s portfolio of genre-based lifestyle, entertainment, and sports over-the-top streaming channels.

Concrete Club said Thursday it will create originals in the genres of existing and planned global streaming brands and use TV4 Entertainment’s channels as a development pipeline and guaranteed distribution for Concrete Club productions.

Concrete Club’s first theatrical release will be “Together,” opening June 15 at every Odeon Cinema across England, Scotland and Wales — making it one of the largest independent, self-distributed opening releases in U.K. history. Produced by TV4 Entertainment, the comedic drama was written and directed by Concrete Club’s studio head, Paul Duddridge.

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Sharon Stone eyes Emmy return with her acclaimed performance in ‘Mosaic’

Sharon Stone eyes Emmy return with her acclaimed performance in ‘Mosaic’
In 2004, Sharon Stone won the Best Guest Drama Actress Emmy Award for her scene-stealing turn as attorney Sheila Carlisle on “The Practice.” This year, with her acclaimed performance in Steven Soderbergh‘s six-part HBO miniseries “Mosaic,” Stone is well-positioned for a return to the Emmys, this time in Best TV Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actress.

In “Mosaic,” Stone portrays Olivia Lake, a successful children’s book author and illustrator living an extravagant, if lonesome existence in the ski resort town of Summit, Utah. She crosses paths with the handsome artist and bartender Joel (Garrett Hedlund) and, hoping their friendship might blossom into something more romantic, invites him to rent out space in her lavish home. During this time, Olivia also meets the charming Eric (Frederick Weller) who, unbeknownst to her, is a con man employed by a neighbor hoping to force her to sell the property.

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Demi Moore replaces Sharon Stone in Corporate Animals

Last month it was announced that Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct) would be starring in the new comedy Corporate Animals, and now Deadline is reporting that Stone has had to bow out of the project due to scheduling issues, with Demi Moore (Forsaken) signing on as her replacement.

Corporate Animals is being directed by Patrick Brice (Creep) from a script by Sam Bain (Four Lions) and will see Moore portraying Lucy, “the egotistical CEO of Incredible Edible Cutlery, America’s premier provider of edible cutlery. She orders her staff to attend a corporate team-building caving weekend in New Mexico, and disaster strikes suddenly, trapping them all underground. All the elements of team building adversity are there, as the group struggles to survive amidst sexual tension, startling business revelations and casual cannibalism.”

Filming on Corporate Animals is set to get underway in New Mexico this week, with a cast that also includes Ed Helms,
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Debra Messing Recalls When A Hollywood Executive Made Her Wear Fake Breasts On Her First Sitcom

Debra Messing has had her fair share of uncomfortable moments while on set. In an intimate interview with Sharon Stone for Variety‘s “Actors on Actors” series, the “Will & Grace” star recalled how she was told by Hollywood executives to drastically change her appearance during one of her first jobs. “I had to wear fake boobs when I first
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Demi Moore Joins ‘Corporate Animals’

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Demi Moore Joins ‘Corporate Animals’
Exclusive: Demi Moore has just been set to co-star in Corporate Animals, the Patrick Brice-directed comedy that also stars Jessica Williams and Ed Helms.

Moore plays Lucy, the egotistical CEO of Incredible Edible Cutlery, America’s premier provider of edible cutlery. She orders her staff to attend a corporate team-building caving weekend in New Mexico, and disaster strikes suddenly, trapping them all underground. All the elements of team building adversity are there, as the group struggles to survive amidst sexual tension, startling business revelations and casual cannibalism.

Moore steps in to a role that was originally going to be played by Sharon Stone, who bowed out for scheduling reasons. Moore has shown the chops to play a confident corporate commander in films from G.I. Jane to Indecent Proposal, Disclosure, Margin Call and A Few Good Men, to name a few.

Karan Soni, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Calum Worthy, Dan Bakkedahl,
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