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Murphy Brown Season 11 Episode 12 Review: Awol

On Murphy Brown Season 11 Episode 12, we say goodbye to Avery as he makes his way to Afghanistan.

I know I said I wanted him out of Murphy's house, but I really didn't mean for him to flee to a war-torn country.

I should've seen it coming, and some of you probably did, but it hit me by surprise to see him packing.

After the scene with him and Murphy in the bedroom, I thought back on the episode, and everything was leading to this point.

Avery was obsessed with the Afghanistan story. He was full of ideas about the source. He was also bored and looking for the next chapter in his life.

I'm from gator territory. I think gator, I speak gator. I even lost my Grandma to a gator.

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Official Glass Runtime Loses Over an Hour of First Cut Footage

Official Glass Runtime Loses Over an Hour of First Cut Footage
It turns out M. Night Shyamalan had no shortage of ideas when it came to crafting Glass, the upcoming sequel to Unbreakable and Split. With the movie set to arrive in theaters next month, the director has started to make the press rounds in order to promote the highly-anticipated conclusion to his unconventional superhero trilogy. During a recent interview, Shyamalan revealed that his original cut was over three hours long. Here's what he had to say about it.

"The script was really long, it was almost 150 pages and the first cut of the movie was 3 hours and 20 minutes, it was really long. Then it started tightening [and] tightening until we got to the 2.08 that you can see."

It's not uncommon for first cuts to be much longer than what ultimately makes it to screen. As for what was cut out? According to M. Night Shyamalan, much of it had to do
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M. Night Shyamalan says an early cut of Glass was over three hours long

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Next month kicks off 2019 with M. Night Shyamalan’s highly-anticipated sequel to Unbreakable and Split – Glass – and so far it looks like an interesting thriller/superhero mashup with Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy and Bruce Willis. Turns out we were quite close to having a full-on epic on our hands, and Shyamalan revealed the first cut of the movie was well over…
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Glass was originally over three hours long according to M. Night Shyamalan

M. Night Shyamalan, the director of Glass, has revealed that the film’s first cut was more than three hours long.

A lot happens between a director shooting a film and the product arriving in cinemas, and this usually includes a lot of what was filmed lying on the cutting room floor, paving the way on many occasions for fascinating director’s cuts.

According to director M. Night Shyamalan, his latest film Glass – a sequel to Unbreakable and Split – has left plenty in the editing room too, telling Digital Spy that the film was once more than three hours long:

“The script was really long, it was almost 150 pages and the first cut of the movie was three hours and 20 minutes, it was really long. Then it started tightening [and] tightening until we got to the 2.08 that you can see.”

As Shyamalan notes, the film is now at a tidy 2hrs 8mins in length,
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A Hostless Oscars? The Last Time the Academy Tried That, Things Got Ugly

A Hostless Oscars? The Last Time the Academy Tried That, Things Got Ugly
As the Academy goes into late December without a host to replace Kevin Hart at the helm of the 2019 Oscars show, talk has turned to the idea of having a show without a host. It has been done a few times in the past, both in shows in the late ’60s and early ’70s and then again as recently as 1989.

But be careful what you wish for, all you who are proposing a hostless Oscars.

After all, the last Academy Awards show that didn’t have a host, the 61st Oscars in 1989, is widely considered the worst Oscars ever. No, the lack of a host didn’t really have much to do with the show’s multitudinous failures. And no, this year’s producer, Donna Gigliotti, and co-producer and director, Glenn Weiss, aren’t likely to make the kind of mistakes that Allan Carr made back then.

But looking at that show,
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Die Hard Supercut Video Ends the Christmas Movie Debate Forever

Die Hard Supercut Video Ends the Christmas Movie Debate Forever
A new video has brought together further evidence suggesting Die Hard is truly a Christmas movie. The debate as to whether or not the classic belongs in the holiday section has gone on for over three decades now, and for some, it's a no-brainer. There's plenty of Christmas imagery, it's mentioned quite a bit, it takes place on Christmas Eve, and the co-writer of the project has said that it is definitely a holiday movie. There shouldn't really be any further arguments after that, but there still is. Thankfully, there's a new video that helps to set the record straight.

The video editing team Cassetteboy have made a creative video that mashes up "The Twelve Days of Christmas" with Die Hard, and the results are fantastic. First of all, every number mentioned in the song is uttered in the movie, which is then backed up by all of the times
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What Are the Best and Worst Rated Christmas Movies of All Time?

What Are the Best and Worst Rated Christmas Movies of All Time?
A new research study has gotten down to the basics when it comes to Christmas movies. This isn't a personal list of my favorite holiday flicks. The proof in that is The Great Rupert and Little Shop of Horrors are both missing. Flowercard has a detailed breakdown of all wintery tales, and if their research proves anything, it's that Die Hard really is a Christmas movie.

Not only that, it's the top rated Christmas movie of all time. Flowercard has done extensive research, culling the critic scores, audience scores, box office and profitability of Christmas movies throughout several different decades. And the results may surprise you. They not only offer a look at the top five biggest Christmas movies of all time, they also break down the worst Santa has to offer. These movies definitely belong on the naughty list.

The research analysed 75 of the most popular Christmas films of all time,
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Glass (2019) Movie Trailer 3: Bruce Willis & James McAvoy Fight; Samuel L. Jackson Plots to Expose Superbeings

Glass Trailer 3 The third movie trailer for M. Night Shyamalan‘s Glass (2019) has debuted by Universal Pictures. This trailer shows more of the fist-o-cuffs between David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and The Beast (James McAvoy) in Shyamalan’s sequel to Unbreakable and Split. Unfortunately in this trailer, the trailer discloses the ending to the [...]

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20 Little Details Behind The Making Of Die Hard

“Come out to the coast, we’ll get together, have a few laughs." Die Hard is one of, if not the only film that is universally lauded as the greatest action movie of all time. Even more unique is that it’s sequels, from great films to subpar ones, don’t take the luster of the first adventure. The movie simply changed so much about the action genre. Instead of ginormous, hulking action stars, John McClane was an Everyman. Bruce Willis made the choice to play him as a guy who doesn’t like himself very much but will always do his best to do the right thing.

It launched a dearth of lookalike films. Instead of one Everyman cop, how about two (Lethal Weapon)? Die-Hard on a bus (Speed)? On a plane (Air Force One)? Trains (Under Siege 2: Dark Territory)? The White House, a hockey arena, and even
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International Glass Trailer Brings Plenty of New Action-Packed Footage

International Glass Trailer Brings Plenty of New Action-Packed Footage
A brand new trailer for Glass has arrived. Normally, international trailers don't show off that much footage that hasn't already been glimpsed previously. Nor are they typically that much different than what has come before. In this case, not only is there a lot of new footage, but this may well be the best trailer for the upcoming sequel to Unbreakable and Split we've seen to date. There are a lot of comic book movies coming our way next year, but this could be the most intriguing and, were it not for Avengers: Endgame, one could argue, by some measures, the most highly-anticipated.

The trailer kicks off with an ominous monologue from the titular Mr. Glass, aka Elijah Price, waxing philosophically about their place in the world as beings seemingly ripped from the pages of a comic book and brought to life. We then see these men through the eyes
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The Five Best Bruce Willis Movies of His Career

If you want to talk about someone that’s just tough and still able to take on roles that are complicated and dramatic then you should be thinking of Bruce Willis at some point. He’s not exactly what you would think of in terms of being the strict archetype of a hero but he is the everyman type that can do a little bit of everything in a kind of haphazard, slapdash sort of way. But that’s why so many people love the guy, he can take a role that might not be entirely geared for him and make it into

The Five Best Bruce Willis Movies of His Career
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Watch the latest trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass

With Glass set to arrive in cinemas next month, a new trailer has arrived online for M. Night Shyamalan’s hotly-anticipated follow-up to Unbreakable and Split which sees Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and James McAvoy reprising their roles as Elijah Price, David Dunn, and Kevin Wendell Crumb; check it out here…

See Also: M. Night Shyamalan doesn’t plan on making a Glass sequel

Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men. This riveting culmination of his worldwide blockbusters will be produced by Shyamalan and Jason Blum.

Glass will see the return of Bruce Willis (David Dunn), Samuel L. Jackson (Elijah Price), Spencer Treat Clark (Joseph Dunn) and Charlayne Woodard (Mrs. Price) from Unbreakable and James McAvoy (Kevin
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Die Hard Prequel McClane Will Likely Be R-Rated And Have Flashbacks

“Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring — except for the four assholes coming in the rear in standard two-by-two cover formation.”

There are many reasons to be jolly over the holiday season, but one of my favorites is an excuse to revisit the adventures of John McClane, as he struggles to retake Nakatomi Plaza from sinister Eurotrash terrorists. Sadly, (with the possible exception of Die Hard With A Vengeance), the rest of the series doesn’t quite live up to the original, and the last entry, the Russia-set A Good Day to Die Hard, was just straight up terrible. But perhaps the upcoming prequel, McClane, could breathe some new life into the franchise.

Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventure was interviewed by /Film recently and he spoke about what he’d like to see from the project. More specifically, he was asked if director
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Who's the Real Villain? Full International Trailer for Shyamalan's 'Glass'

"Belief in oneself is contagious. We are part of something larger..." Universal has released a new full-length international trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's Glass, the highly anticipated sequel to Shyamalan's Split from 2016, which turned out to be a secret sequel to Unbreakable. We've seen two other official trailers already, but one more can't hurt. This one spends more time in the mental hospital with the three of them at the start, and its looking so damn good. Glass combines the characters from the movies and brings back all of the actors: James McAvoy as Kevin Wendell Crumb, a serial killer with 24 unique personalities; Bruce Willis as the "unbreakable" David Dunn; and Samuel L. Jackson as the frail evil villain Elijah Price, aka Mr. Glass. The cast also includes Sarah Paulson as their psychiatrist, with Anya Taylor-Joy, Spencer Treat Clark, Luke Kirby, Charlayne Woodard, & Rob Yang. I also really dig
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New ‘Glass’ Trailer Smashes Its Way Online

A new Glass trailer has arrived online. We expect this to be one of the last looks at the M. Night Shyamalan-directed sequel, due in cinemas in January.

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M. Night Shyamalan brings together the narratives of two of his standout originals—2000’s Unbreakable, from Touchstone Pictures, and 2016’s Split, from Universal—in one explosive, all-new comic-book thriller: Glass.

From Unbreakable, Bruce Willis returns as David Dunn as does Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price, known also by his pseudonym Mr. Glass. Joining from Split are James McAvoy, reprising his role as Kevin Wendell Crumb and the multiple identities who reside within, and Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cooke, the only captive to survive an encounter with The Beast.

Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges
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‘Glass’ International Trailer Shows M. Night Shyamalan Ahead of the Superhero Curve

Buena Vista International has released a new Glass trailer. The upcoming conclusion to the trilogy M. Night Shyamalan started back in 2000 with Unbreakable and continued in 2016 with Split. The story pits the heroic David Dunn (Bruce Willis) against the villainous Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) with the enigmatic and devious Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) pulling the strings. Watching this trailer, it sinks in how Unbreakable was so far ahead of its time, and deconstructing superheroes in a way that felt different from what Alan Moore had done back in the 1980s with Watchmen. Now that superheroes have …
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The Line Between Fantasy and Reality Is Blurred in This New Trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's Glass

We’ve got a brand new trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass for you to watch today. It offers us a little more insight into the intentions of some of the main characters, especially Sarah Paulson‘s character, Doctor Ellie Staple and Samuel L. Jackson’s Mr. Glass.

There’s so much that we don’t know about the film, but we all know there’s going to be a big twist reveal at the end. I have no idea what that twist will be, but as I’ve been thinking about it, the more I think that there’s something more to Paulson’s character. I don’t know what her true nature is, but I don’t think it’s what these trailers are making it out to be.

As you know, Glass is the sequel to both Unbreakable and Split, and in it, Mr. Glass teams
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New International trailer is released for M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’

Buena Vista International has unleashed a brand new international trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable/Split follow-up ‘Glass’

From Unbreakable, Bruce Willis returns as David Dunn as does Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price, known also by his pseudonym Mr Glass. Joining from Split are James McAvoy, reprising his role as Kevin Wendell Crumb and the multiple identities who reside within, and Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cooke, the only captive to survive an encounter with The Beast.

Joining the all-star cast are Unbreakable’s Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard, who reprise their roles as Dunn’s son and Price’s mother, as well as Golden Globe Award winner Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story series).

Written and directed by Shyamalan, Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions will be producing alongside Ashwin Rajan and Marc Bienstock. Steven Schneider will executive produce.

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'Die Hard' Is a Christmas Movie as Far as These States Are Concerned

'Die Hard' Is a Christmas Movie as Far as These States Are Concerned
It's that time of year once again to trim the tree, make cookies, sing carols — and argue whether Die Hard is a Christmas movie.

Star Bruce Willis a few months back put a major dent in the argument for those in favor of the 1988 action film being considered in line with such classics as Christmas Vacation and It's a Wonderful Life when he said it wasn't a Christmas movie. But in a number of states, Die Hard is actually the most popular film of the holiday season as far as streaming search goes, according to a recent study ...
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The ‘Die Hard’ Prequel ‘McClane’ Will Probably Be Rated-r [Exclusive]

The ‘Die Hard’ Prequel ‘McClane’ Will Probably Be Rated-r [Exclusive]
/Film has been following the development of McClane, formerly titled Die Hard: Year One closely. Originally, rumor had it that Bruce Willis would only appear in the beginning and end, to pass the torch to the younger McClane in flashbacks. In 2016, weeks after posting the title Die Hard: Year One on social media, director […]

The post The ‘Die Hard’ Prequel ‘McClane’ Will Probably Be Rated-r [Exclusive] appeared first on /Film.
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