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Screamers

Screaming, flying ‘Autonomous Mobile Swords’ have decimated the enemy in a war on a far-off planet, but now the pesky smart weapons are self-evolving into ever more cruel and deadly new iterations. Peter Weller and Jennifer Rubin head a cast of desperate soldiers in this adaptation of an early story by Philip K. Dick — that perhaps addresses an aspect of the arms race? The show remains a cult favorite of fans of violent sci-fi adventures. Disc extras interview the filmmakers on Screamers’ decade-long path to the screen.

Screamers

Blu-ray

Scream Factory

1995 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 108 min. / Street Date January 29, 2019 / 29.99

Starring: Peter Weller, Roy Dupuis, Jennifer Rubin, Andrew Lauer, Charles Edwin Powell, Ron White, Michael Caloz.

Cinematography: Rodney Gibbons

Film Editor: Yves Langlois

Original Music: Normand Corbell

Written by Dan O’Bannon, Miguel Tejada-Flores

From the short story ‘Second Variety’ by Philip K. Dick

Produced by Charles W. Fries, Antony I. Ginnane,
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What’s Coming to Hulu in January 2019

  • Variety
There may not be any more eggnog to drink or mistletoe to stand under, but don’t despair — Hulu is coming in clutch with over 200 new titles arriving to the streaming service next month.

Ease into the new year by rewatching classics like “Beetlejuice,” “Heathers” and “Rain Man,” or snuggle up with a bowl of popcorn for family movies like “Shrek,” “Surf’s Up,” and “The Twilight Saga.” If reality TV is more your style, then you’re in luck, as a slew of favorites are set to make their Hulu debut this month including Season 7 of “Dance Moms,” Season 2 of “90 Day Fiancé,” and Season 10 of “American Pickers.” Starting out this year’s slate of Hulu originals, Season 2 of “Future Man” drops Jan. 11.

Find the complete list of this month’s new arrivals below and stream now on Hulu.com. Right now, the streaming service is knocking its monthly price
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Here’s Everything Coming to and Leaving Hulu in January

  • The Wrap
Hulu’s slate of new titles arriving on the platform in January is here.

The second season of Hulu original “Future Man” will arrive on the service Jan. 11, while the Natalie Portman-Tessa Thompson science fiction film “Annihilation” will be available to stream on Jan. 4. The film is Alex Garland’s follow-up to “Ex Machina” and starred Portman, Thompson and Jennifer Jason Leigh as a group of scientists investigating a strange environmental phenomenon known as “the shimmer.”

Here’s the full list of what’s coming and going in January.

Also Read: Here's What You Can Stream With Your Amazon Prime Membership in January

Available Jan. 1

Atlanta: Complete Season 2 (FX)

The Detectorists: Complete Season 3 (Drg)

Dot.: Complete Season 2B (Universal Kids)

Saints & Sinners: Complete Seasons 1-3 (Bounce TV)

X Company: Complete Seasons 2&3 (Sony)

54 (1998)

10 Years (2011)

2 Days in the Valley (1996)

9 to 5 (1980)

A Charlie Brown Valentine (2002)

A Simple Plan (1998)

A
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Ron White Canceling Shows, Hospitalized with Neck Infection

  • TMZ
Ron White Canceling Shows, Hospitalized with Neck Infection
Ron White won't be able to crack jokes this weekend -- not onstage, anyway -- we've learned he's postponing a number of performances due to a neck infection.  Sources close to Ron tell TMZ ... the comedian was forced to cancel his Thursday show in Bakersfield after swelling in his neck made it difficult for him to breath and move.  We're told Ron checked into a hospital and doctors believed he had a calcium deposit in
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What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in October 2018

  • Variety
Horror pics are making a return across the board as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime update their streaming platforms for the spooky season.

The Shining” will kick off Netflix’s horror film slate, followed by “Truth or Dare” with Lucy Hale and Tyler Posey, “The Haunting of Molly Hartley,” and the Netflix original “The Haunting of Hill House.” Non-horror fans can also look forward to the addition of several big movies, including “Blazing Saddles,” “The NeverEnding Story,” and “Zack and Miri Make a Porno.” Additionally, “Marvel’s Daredevil” is returning for a third season alongside Season 2 of “Making a Murderer” and “Big Mouth.”

Hulu is upping its horror game with titles such as “American Psycho,” “Anaconda” starring Jennifer Lopez, and “The Blair Witch Project.” The films will also appear alongside some more lighthearted content, including Season 5 of “Black-ish,” Season 9 of “Bob’s Burgers,” and Season 16 of “Family Guy.”

Rounding out the list,
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What’s Coming to Netflix in October 2018

  • Variety
Halloween is on the horizon, and Netflix is getting ready by adding a host of new horror flicks to the streaming platform this October.

The Shining” will be available starting Oct. 1. Later in the month, “Truth or Dare” with Lucy Hale and Tyler Posey, along with “The Haunting of Molly Hartley” and the Netflix original “The Haunting of Hill House” will be added. For non-horror fans, several stand-up comedy specials are joining the slate including Kevin Hart’s “Laugh at My Pain” and Adam Sandler’s “100% Fresh.”

A number of new show seasons are also premiering, including the second seasons of “Making a Murderer” and “Big Mouth,” as well as the third season of “Marvel’s Daredevil.” Netflix is also acquiring a host of other films such as “She’s Out of My League,” “The NeverEnding Story,” “V for Vendetta,” “Zack and Miri Make a Porno,” and the “Blade” franchise.
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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in October 2018

Netflix has confirmed that 57 new original series, movies and specials will be debuting on the streaming service in October, including the second seasons of “Big Mouth,” “Castlevania” and “Little Things” as well as season 3 of “Daredevil.”

And there will also be new to Netflix seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including the fourth season of two very different shows – Disney’s “Sofia the First” and Fox’s “Gotham.” Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Netflix appearances including the red-hot Oscar contender “The Kindergarten Teacher.”

Available October 1

Angel Eyes

Anger Management

Billy Madison

Black Dynamite

Blade

Blade II

Blazing Saddles

Empire Records

Gotham: Season 4

Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain

Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny

Must Love Dogs

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship

Mystic River

New York Minute

Once Upon a Time in America

Pay It Forward

Pee-wee’s Big
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UTA Hires Agent Bjorn Wentlandt to Comedy Touring Division

  • Variety
UTA has hired Bjorn Wentlandt as an agent in its comedy touring division.

Wentlandt joins the company with decades of experience and will specifically focus on expanding global representation and booking current UTA comedy clients internationally. He will work closely with the agency’s existing roster of worldwide acts, which include Impractical Jokers, Jeff Dunham, Flight of the Conchords, Jim Jefferies, Sarah Silverman, Jim Gaffigan, Rachel Bloom, and Sebastian Maniscalco, among others.

“As our touring division continues to grow with sold-out shows around the world, Bjorn’s extensive knowledge of the global comedy marketplace, combined with the great relationships he has built over the years, will benefit our clients and the agency’s profile at large,” said Nick Nuciforo, UTA’s head of comedy touring.

Wentlandt spent the last seven years at London’s top comedy firm, Avalon Entertainment, where he was responsible for running the group’s live company
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Ron White's Marriage Was No Sham, Friend Testifies in Divorce Case

  • TMZ
Ron White saying "I do" in front of 300 guests, bragging about having a great wife and relishing a blissful life together in Bev Hills is proof he Did get married ... so says a family friend. Florence Megginson filed a declaration that seems to bolster the claim of the comedian's estranged wife, Margo Rey. She says she was married to Ron, and is therefore able to divorce him. As we first reported, Ron claims they never got a marriage license,
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Ron White Says He Never Married Margo Rey Because She Didn't Sign Prenup

  • TMZ
Ron White's sticking to his story -- he and Margo Rey were never married ... and now he says he's got the unsigned prenup to prove it. According to new docs ... Ron made it very clear to Margo he would not marry her unless the couple had a signed premarital agreement, and they never got to that point due to her "demands for more money." He also claims she knew their "mock wedding ceremony" in
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Ron White's Estranged Wife Wants $81k a Month in Spousal Support

  • TMZ
Ron White's estranged wife claims he's left her high and dry, and she needs money Stat to get her life back on track ... $81,597 monthly to be exact. Margo Rey filed new legal docs last week asking for the spousal support, and an additional $85k in court costs. She also claims one of White's biz associates hijacked the 3 domain names of her websites "essential to her brand and career" ... and she's demanding them back. We
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Ron White's Estranged Wife Says He Left Her For Broke

  • TMZ
Ron White's estranged wife survived cancer, but claims Ron left her without a penny to pay for doctor's bills. In legal docs, Margo Rey says she and Ron were living it up at the fancy Montage hotel in Bev Hills earlier this summer, while their home was under renovation, and that's when he decided to end things. Margo says he immediately canceled her credit cards. Margo, who is in remission from breast cancer, says
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Ron White Wants Divorce Thrown Out, Claims He Was Never Married

  • TMZ
Ron White's pending divorce just took another major twist -- because he says his so-called estranged wife isn't really his wife, anyway. According to docs filed by Ron ... Margo Rey's divorce filing last month was totally bogus, because she was never legally married to him. Although they had a wedding ceremony in October 2013, White says they never got a marriage license. As for Margo claiming they had a common law marriage in Texas
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Roadies: Showtime Series Officially Cancelled; No Season Two

Sorry, music fans. It's officially the end of the road. As suspected last month, Roadies has been cancelled and won't be back for a second season. While Showtime doesn't rely on ratings like commercial channels do, this series failed to catch on with a large enough audience to warrant another season.Created by Cameron Crowe, the Roadies comedy TV series gives an insider's look at the reckless, romantic, funny and often poignant lives of a committed group of the backstage workers. They're touring the United States with a successful arena-level rock band. The cast includes Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.The last episode of Roadies' 10 installment run aired on August 28th. Today, Crowe took to his blog to talk about the series and to thank the cast, crew, and fans for their
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Review of Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy: We’ve Been Thinking on Netflix

Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy are unapologetically Southern, American, and lowest denominator straight-shooters in the comedy world. Not sarcastic, certainly not rapid-fire loquacious nor veiled in pretention or sophistication. No, sir. They are the fried funnel cake of mirth, the corn dogs of comedy and they do not disappoint their core audience in their mini-reunion of sorts. Netflix brings a comedy special long awaited by the fans of the Blue Collar Comedy tour. Without their Blue Collar peers Ron White (on Showtime’s Roadies) and Bill Engvall, Foxworthy and Larry (Dan Whitney) are showing their age as they cover...read more
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Roadies: Cancelled or Season Two Still Possible?

Oh won't you stay, just a little bit longer? The news coming out of the last day of the 2016 TCA summer press tour makes it sound likely that Cameron Crowe's Roadies TV show may be cancelled after its first season on Showtime. The comedy series about a team of roadies stars Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.When asked about the show's performance, Deadline reports Showtime CEO David Nevins said, "It’s going according to vision. I like the show. It’s a very different tone for us and for pay cable in general. I think it gets better, but it hasn’t caught on big. We’re evaluating what its future is one way or the other.” Other reports took a more pessimistic tone.Read More…
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Roadies: Showtime Series Wraps Production on Finale

Roadies is packing up the stage. This week, Showtime announced the series has wrapped production on its first season.From Cameron Crowe, the show explores the lives of the people who make live music happen—the backstage crew. The cast includes Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.Read More…
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Roadies: Season One Ratings

Earlier this year, HBO launched their music industry drama, Vinyl. It was a disappointment and was ultimately cancelled. How will the Roadies comedy series perform for fellow premium channel Showtime? Will it be cancelled as well? Stay tuned.Created by Cameron Crowe, the Roadies comedy TV series gives an insider's look at the reckless, romantic, funny and often poignant lives of a committed group of the backstage workers. They're touring the United States with a successful arena-level rock band. The cast includes Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.Read More…
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Roadies: Will You Stay With the Band?

Almost Famous auteur Cameron Crowe this Sunday invited you to go on tour with the Roadies for the Staton-House Band. Will you stick around for upcoming dates?

In quick (and shamelessly Showtime-y) fashion, Roadies first introduces us to tour manager Bill (played by Luke Wilson) as he unwittingly beds a bigwig promoter’s (very) young daughter — which is par for the course for the divorcé, production manager Shelli (Carla Gugino) later points out. The premiere revolves around the Staton-House Band’s tour stop in New Orleans, where we next meet Kelly Ann (Imogen Poots), an electrician on the cusp of
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Roadies: Watch the Showtime Series Premiere Now

[caption id="attachment_50715" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Roadies TV show season one photo courtesy of Showtime./caption]

Hit the road, Jack. The new Roadies TV show officially premieres on Showtime, Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 10:00pm Et/Pt, but you can watch below, now, for free.

A musical comedy drama series from Cameron Crowe, the Roadies TV series cast includes: Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.

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