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'The Walking Dead' Recap: Burial Grounds

'The Walking Dead' Recap: Burial Grounds
So, for the third time this season, a recon party from the Kingdom drives out of town to deliver their tribute to a group from the Saviors. In each of the earlier trips, tensions have run high, and one of the jerkier soldiers on Negan's team has gotten snippy with Richard, Ezekiel's top lieutenant. And from the moment all the King's men roll into the drop-zone – short one cantaloupe, as we soon find out – the scene is fraught with danger. Inevitably, push comes to shove, Somebody gets killed.

The big
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Big House U.S.A. – The Blu Review

The 1955 prison drama Big House U.S.A. is a gritty but forgotten crime tale about a desperate group of loathsome men played by an amazing cast of manly B-movie bad guys. Lon Chaney and Charles Bronson act alongside Broderick Crawford, Ralph Meeker, and William Talman. They’re all villains who meet cruel but deserved ends and Big House U.S.A. is one of the most mean spirited prison escape/kidnap caper thriller ever made (and I mean that as a good thing).

Big House U.S.A.’s story begins with an asthmatic rich kid getting lost while attending a “mountain ranger” summer camp (locations filmed at Colorado’s Royal Gorge Park). Shady hiker Jerry Barker (Ralph Meeker) discovers the boy and pretends to help him, but really has decided to hold him for a half million dollar ransom and locks him in a forest lookout tower. The
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'Game Of Thrones': Maisie Williams On Arya Stark Twist

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'Game Of Thrones': Maisie Williams On Arya Stark Twist
(Spoiler Alert! If you haven't seen the Season 4 premiere of "Game of Thrones," bookmark this link and come back after watching the show.)

The world of "Game of Thrones" has been brutal on Maisie Williams' Arya Stark, and in Sunday's Season 4 premiere, she found a new way to fight back.

Arya seemed to take a little delight as she finally crossed one of the names off of her revenge list. She took a step toward the dark side, as she slowly drove her sword Needle through the head of one of the King's men - Polliver ...

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BBC America reimagines Robin Hood: 'Nottingham' blurs line between hero and villain

BBC America already has a new version of "The Three Musketeers" debuting this year, and now the network is taking its own spin on the classic "Robin Hood" tale.

Per Deadline, BBC America is creating a new series called "Nottingham" based on the story of Robin Hood. Except in this case, it's the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham who is both the villain and the hooded vigilante Robin Hood.

Described as a "'Game of Thrones' reinvention of the classic mythology" (likely they were inspired by this), the project comes from "Dracula" creator Cole Haddon. He is currently writing the series, which will be the first time the Sheriff of Nottingham will be depicted as a hero.

This is how Deadline explains the series' premise:

"Described as a soapy class drama, 'Nottingham' centers on the Sheriff of Nottingham whose wife is killed by King John's men. When nobody is brought to justice,
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Afternoon Delight: Chely Wright gives birth to twin boys, Jennifer Lawrence is nude and blue

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Good afternoon and happy Monday! How’s it going so far?

Happy birthday to Mindy Cohn and the one and only Cher!

Congratulations to Chely Wright and her wife Lauren Blitzer Wright! People magazine reports that their identical twin sons, George Samuel and Everett Joseph, were born on Saturday, May 18 in New York City.

The stars of ABC Family’s The Fosters grace the cover of Curve magazine.

If you live in Los Angeles today the Arrested Development banana stand is available for photo ops from noon to 7 p.m. at 9300 Culver Blvd (next to Trader Joes) in Culver City. Actress Judy Greer will be in attendance from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. as she and a person dressed as a big banana will be handing out free frozen bananas. (Christmas has come early!)

Right now Jane Lynch is wandering around New York City promoting belVita.
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Supernatural - 6.22 - The Man Who Knew Too Much - Recap by Selina

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This is it, the season finale. On Sunday I posted my recap for 6x21 'Let it Bleed,' and today I'm covering the second half of Friday's finale event, 'The Man Who Knew Too Much.' It's one of those awkward title situations where you have two episodes close together with practically the same name, as we just a week ago had 'The Man Who Would Be King'... like in Buffy when they had 'Enemies' and 'Earshot' right after each other, and 'Smashed' and 'Wrecked'... those last two always confused me cause it's like, the same thing!

See? This is why I divided the recaps. I ramble. This is of course about Tmwktm, which is a mouthful. I'm also pretty sure the title refers to Sam - see, all the king's horses, and all the king's men... Sam is broken, and a large chunk of this episode will
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Ahoy, Matey! 4 'Pirates' Clips Thar Be!

All hands on deck! No one owns summer like Jerry Bruckheimer, and now the super-mega-producer has set sail bringing a big franchise fourquel to port with "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides."

Yes, Johnny Depp is back to swash some more buckles and yo some more ho as Captain Jack Sparrow, who once again will show his surprising drunken dexterity in a new high seas adventure searching for the Fountain of Youth.

Orlando Bloom, Keira Kightley, and director Gore Verbinski have all walked the plank for this go-round, but there are worthy new shipmates in Angelica (Penélope Cruz) and dreaded Blackbeard (Ian McShane), as well as a hearty director in Oscar-winner Rob Marshall.

Climb aboard for four high-flying clips from Disney's 3-D blockbuster, mateys!

1. Blackbeard. Someone woke the infamous historical pirate, and he's a bit testy.

2. King's Men. Captain Hector Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) is going legit this time as
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Four 'Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides' Clips Wash Ashore

Four 'Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides' Clips Wash Ashore
It won't be long now until Captain Jack Sparrow returns to the high seas, as "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" washes ashore on May 20, 2011. But director Rob Marshall's first time sailing with "Pirates" trades out old staples like the Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann love story in favor of a new adventure filled with zombies, mermaids and Blackbeard. Will it work? Will fans embrace the new landscape, or will they force this latest installment to walk the plank?

We'll get that answer in a few short weeks, but in the meantime, you can start forming your impressions based on four new video clips featuring scenes from "On Stranger Tides." Click the video above to see them all, and read more about them after the jump!

A Daring Escape

Yes, chances are good that you already saw this one last week, but it's worth a repeat mention: Captain Jack Sparrow,
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4 New Film Clips from Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Disney has released four great new film clips for their upcoming film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, which the fans are sure to enjoy. The movie doesn't come out until May 20th, but these clips should tide you over. I hope you enjoy them!

Escape - Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) reunites with Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush). 

Blackbeard - Your first introduction to Blackbeard the Pirate played by Ian McShane (Deadwood).

Wet again - Here we see the Angelica (Penelope Cruz) as Sparrow takes a dangerous dive off a very tall cliff.

King's Men -  Captain Barbossa emboldens the sailors of the Royal Navy with a brief, stirring speech as they head into treacherous waters.
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