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Performer of the Week: Darren Criss

Performer of the Week: Darren Criss
The Performer | Darren Criss

The Show | The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

The Episode | “Manhunt” (Jan. 24, 2018)

The Performance | Ryan Murphy’s TV shows offer actors a golden opportunity to spread their wings and show a side of themselves we haven’t yet seen. And in its second episode, Versace did just that for Criss, who shed his squeaky-clean Glee past to paint a vivid portrait of a murderer who’s just as charming as he is chilling.

As serial killer Andrew Cunanan, it’s disturbing how easily the lies spilled from Criss’ mouth, as Cunanan bragged about
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Film News Roundup: Natalie Portman in Talks to Join Bull Rider Drama ‘Bronco Belle’

Film News Roundup: Natalie Portman in Talks to Join Bull Rider Drama ‘Bronco Belle’
In today’s roundup, Natalie Portman is in talks to join “Bronco Belle,” Sam Huntington’s “Second Nature” gets a wide release, and more…

Castings

Natalie Portman is in early negotiations with Sony-based TriStar to star as an aspiring bull rider in “Bronco Belle,” with Anna Rose Holmer in discussions to direct from Khurram Longi’s script.

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Mad Chance’s Andrew Lazar is producing the story about a waitress with dreams of riding on the rodeo circuit. CAA has been shopping the package for several months.

Portman was last seen in “Jackie,” for which she received her third Academy Award nomination after “Closer” and “Black Swan,” which won her a best actress trophy. She has wrapped on Alex Garland’s sci-fi thriller “Annihilation,” which Paramount has set for a Feb. 23 release. Holmer directed “The Fits.”

Portman is repped by CAA. Holmer is repped by CAA and Management 360. Longi
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On the Set of Fxx's 'You're the Worst': A Family of Misfits Who "Have a Lot Left to Say"

ou're the Worst wrapped its third Emmy-contending season on a hot, dual-unit day last September. The two scenes couldn't have been more different. In downtown Los Angeles, leads Aya Cash and Chris Geere were enjoying a playful game of "You Dropped Something," in which their characters, Gretchen and Jimmy, taunt passers-by as they spend an afternoon drinking. The scene ultimately would get cut from the finale. Elsewhere, Desmin Borges and guest star Collette Wolfe were filming Edgar and Dorothy's breakup in a sparsely decorated Echo Park apartment that, at the end of the season, would become the home of...
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‘You’re the Worst’ Season 3 Finale Review: A Novel Ending No One Expected Caps an Adventurous Year for Families

‘You’re the Worst’ Season 3 Finale Review: A Novel Ending No One Expected Caps an Adventurous Year for Families
[Warning: The below article contains spoilers for “You’re the Worst” Season 3, through the finale.]

“There is no family.”

Those were the only words I heard during Jimmy’s loquacious diatribe about being “post-family” (like “Thoreau or the Unabomber”) that kicked off the Season 3 finale of “You’re the Worst.” As is fitting for a series so beautifully written (Episode 13, “No Longer Just Us,” by Stephen Falk, Franklin Hardy and Shane Kosakowski), the beginning foreshadowed the ending without giving it away. In fact, the final moments turned the opening scene on its head.

So when Gretchen started gushing with joy post-proposal about how they’re “a family now,” “no longer just ‘us,'” it was quite clear the happy ending in Jimmy’s new novel wouldn’t come true for the romantic pair at the center of our story.

Instead, “You’re the Worst’s” bold third season wrapped on a note similar to this:

For those unfamiliar with “The Leftovers,” just trust in the
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Roles are reversed in trailer for ‘Second Nature’

Gender behaviour is flipped when magic dusts over Sam Huntington (Sully, Superman Returns) and Collette Wolfe (Hot Tub Time Machine, Interstellar) in the hilarious new “bodyswap” comedy Second Nature - the directing debut of Seattle filmmaker Michael Cross. The film will have its world premiere at the Napa Valley Film Festival on November 10th; with a wider release expected in 2017.

Upon the sudden death of a local politician, Amanda (Wolfe) and Bret (Huntington) both jump at the chance to run for mayor; but the two former classmates have very different ideas about how to run their small town. Amanda hopes to protect her frail grandmother and others in need. Bret, on the other hand, has a pro strip club agenda and is backed by the corrupt and inept city council. Their worlds are flipped around when Bret snatches an antique, magic mirror from Amanda’s hands during a heated argument.
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Review: On 'You're the Worst,' Jimmy builds a treehouse & Lindsay makes a choice

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Review: On 'You're the Worst,' Jimmy builds a treehouse & Lindsay makes a choice
A quick review of tonight's You're the Worst coming up just as soon as I try to eat an area rug... Where You're the Worst can struggle at times with more traditionally-structured ensemble episodes designed to give each main character his or her own storyline, "Talking to Me, Talking to Me" felt nicely balanced, and equally bittersweet throughout. It helped that Gretchen's quest for mindfulness linked together her story with Jimmy and Lindsay's, but this was the rare Ytw of this type where none of the stories felt underfed. If I have any major objection at all, it's that Paul's cameo (via text, jpg, and audio message) in the Lindsay subplot seemed to fly in the face of what we saw of him in "The Seventh Layer." In that one, it seemed he had finally accepted that Lindsay was an awful person who didn't love him, and he was
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‘Second Nature’ Exclusive Trailer Debut: Gender Roles Switch In Political Comedy Starring Collette Wolfe and Sam Huntington

‘Second Nature’ Exclusive Trailer Debut: Gender Roles Switch In Political Comedy Starring Collette Wolfe and Sam Huntington
What would the world look like if gender roles were reversed? How would things change? Michael Cross’ new comedy “Second Nature” takes a hard look at gender stereotyping by seeing what would happen if a man and a woman campaigned against each other in a world where women experience traditionally male privilege.

Read More: Watch: ‘The 4%’ Furthers The Conversation About The Film Industry’s Gender Problem

Upon the sudden death of a local politician, Amanda (Collette Wolfe) and Bret (Sam Huntington) both jump at the chance to run for mayor, but the two former classmates have very different ideas about how to run their small town. Amanda hopes to protect those in need, while the womanizing Bret has a pro strip club agenda and is backed by the corrupt and inept city council. But when Bret snatches an antique, magic mirror from Amanda’s hands during a heated argument, their world completely flips upside down.
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You’re The Worst Season 3 Review

Two episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

True “dramedies” feel like a dying breed. Some shows are great miniature 30-minute dramas disguised as comedies (as Julie Klausner would say), like Hulu’s cute and compassionate show Casual. Others lean more on the straight-up humor side of things without diving too deep into dramatic weeds, a.k.a. anytime the bunker is brought up on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

You’re the Worst is the much-needed middle ground. Creator Stephen Falk is so unafraid to stock his show with characters that live up to its title, and then some, that it makes it far easier to stomach any of the dark turns that are frequently taken. After all, with people this mean-spirited and self-centered, it’d be unbelievable if the writing only had bawdy humor on its mind. Thankfully, it doesn’t, and season 3 not only carries last year’s unsettling reveal
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‘You’re the Worst’ Cast and Creator Talk Season 3, Ben Folds as Guest Star

‘You’re the Worst’ Cast and Creator Talk Season 3, Ben Folds as Guest Star
Ben Folds will guest on the comedy “You’re the Worst” when it returns for its third season Aug. 31 on Fxx.

Gretchen (Aya Cash) “is a music publicist and there are new clients to be had,” creator and executive producer Stephen Falk said Tuesday during the Television Critics Association press tour at the Beverly Hilton. “He did an episode and he was really, really funny. He plays kind of a twisted version of Ben Folds.”

In the new season, Gretchen will continue to deal with her depression, and will see a therapist played by “Orange Is the New Black’s” Samira Wiley. Her boyfriend, Jimmy (Chris Geere), will encounter his own set of new and serious challenges this season, but, as is often the case with the show’s characters, he will resist the urge to acquire self-awareness.

“They feel everything any other couple feels, just not necessarily in the right order,” Geere
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‘The Lennon Report’ to Open Beverly Hills Film Festival

‘The Lennon Report’ to Open Beverly Hills Film Festival
The Beverly Hills Film Festival has set the world premiere of “The Lennon Report” as its opening film on April 6 at the Tcl Chinese Theatres, Variety has learned exclusively.

The film, produced by Gabriel and Rafael Francisco, is directed by Jeremy Profe from a script he co-wrote with Walter Vincent. It re-creates the aftermath of the 1980 murder of John Lennon as police officers, nurses and emergency doctors raced to save Lennon’s life at New York’s Roosevelt Hospital.

The film stars Richard Kind as Dr. Stephan Lynn, Evan Jonigkeit as Dr. David Halleran and Walter Vincent as Alan B. Weiss, the ABC news producer who broke the news about Lennon. Halleran and Weiss are expected to attend the premiere along with nurses Barbara Kammerer and Deartra Sato.

Lennon’s death, which caused a worldwide outpouring of grief, was the subject of 2007’s “The Killing of John Lennon” and 2008’s “Chapter 27,
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Gasparilla International Film Festival Unveils 10th Year Anniversary Lineup

Suncoast Credit Union Gasparilla International Film Festival (Giff) has announced the official program for its 10th year anniversary in Tampa, Florida. The 10th annual festival will be held March 30-April 3 at the Tampa Theater and Ybor City’s Carmike Cinemas. With 115 films, the festival will host international and regional premieres of narrative features, documentaries and short films around the world, special tributes, master classes, panel discussions and much more.

This year’s special tribute will celebrate the many accomplishments of Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony winner Rita Moreno. Giff will honor Moreno with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Also, her film, "Remember Me" will screen at the festival.

A jury of industry professionals and acclaimed filmmakers will be presenting awards to competition films in the following categories: Narrative Feature, Documentary, Spotlight and Shorts.

Highlights include:

Opening Night Film (Narrative)

"Eye in the Sky" (UK): Academy Award winner Helen Mirren stars alongside Aaron Paul, Alan Rickman and Iain Glen in this timely thriller about a terrorist-targeting drone mission that becomes a flashpoint when a civilian girl enters the kill zone. Directed by Gavin Hood.

Closing Night Film (Narrative)

"Everybody Wants Some" (USA): A group of college baseball players navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood. Starring Zoey Deutch, Tyler Hoechlin, Ryan Guzman, Blake Jenner. Directed by Richard Linklater

Narrative Features:

"Precious Cargo" (World Premiere) : After a botched heist, Eddie, a murderous crime boss, hunts down the seductive thief Karen who failed him. In order to win back Eddie’s trust, Karen recruits her ex-lover and premier thief Jack. Starring Bruce Willis, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Claire Forlani. Directed by Max Adams. "Embrace Of The Serpent" (Colombia. Florida Premiere): Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. The story of the relationship between Karamakate, an Amazonian shaman and last survivor of his people, and two scientists who work together over the course of 40 years to search the Amazon for a sacred healing plant. Starring: Jan Bijvoet, Antonio Bolivar. Directed by Ciro Guerra "Ma Ma" (Spain. Florida Premiere): A woman recently diagnosed with cancer forms an unexpected bond with a soccer scout (Luis Tosar) whose wife has been gravely injured in a car accident. Starring: Academy Award winner Penélope Cruz. Directed by Julio Medem "Love and Friendship" (France/Netherlands. Florida Premiere): In the 18th century, the seductive and manipulative Lady Susan uses devious tactics to win the heart of the eligible Reginald De Courcy. Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Chloe Sevigny. Directed by Whit Stillman. "The Daughter" (Australia. Florida Premiere): A young man returns to his dying hometown and discovers a dark family secret that could tear apart the lives of those he left behind, in this contemporary adaptation of Ibsen’s The Wild Duck. Starring: Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush, Ewen Leslie, Paul Schneider, Miranda Otto, Anna Torv, with Odessa Young and Sam Neill. Directed by Simon Stone. "The Debt" (USA. Florida Premiere): A hedge-fund honcho puts through the deal of a lifetime: the redemption of a billion-dollar debt owed by the Peruvian government to its citizens. The quick buck soon turns into a nightmare. Starring: Stephen Dorff, Alberto Ammann, Carlos Bardem, and David Strathairn. Directed by Barney Elliott"The Adderall Diaries" (USA. Florida Premiere): Based on the bestselling memoir by Stephen Elliott, The Adderall Diaries is the story of an author paralyzed by writer's block and an escalating drug dependency who is sucked down the rabbit hole of a high-profile murder case. Starring:James Franco, Ed Harris and Amber Heard. Written and directed by Pamela Romanowsky"One More Time" (USA. Florida Premiere): After one too many big city problems, Jude heads to the Hamptons home of her father, an over-the-hill crooner desperately charting his musical comeback. Starring: Amber Heard, Kelli Garner and Christopher Walken. Directed by Robert Edwards. "Little Men" (USA. Florida Premiere): Jake is a quiet, sensitive middle schooler when he meets the affably brash Tony at his grandfather's funeral. The budding friendship is put at risk, however, when a rent dispute between Jake's father, Brian and Tony's mother, Leonor, threatens to become contentious. Starring: Greg Kinnear, Theo Taplitz, Michael Barbieri and Alfred Molina. Directed by Ira Sachs "A Beautiful Now" (USA. Florida Premiere): As a beautiful dancer balances between reality and fantasy, she asks her friends to help her figure out the passions and relationships that have shaped her identity. Starring: Abigail Spencer, Cheyenne Jackson, Collette Wolfe. Directed by: Daniela Amavia "Puerto Ricans in Paris" (USA. Florida Premiere): Two Puerto Rican NYPD detectives head to Paris to track down a stolen handbag. Starring: Luiz Guzman, Rosie Perez, Rosario Dawson. Directed by Ian Edelman "The Black Coat’s Daughter" (USA. Florida Premiere): Beautiful and haunted Joan makes a pilgrimage across a frozen landscape toward a prestigious all girls prep school where Rose and Kat find themselves stranded after their parents mysteriously fail to retrieve them for winter break. Starring: Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, James Remar, Lauren Holly. Directed by Osgood Perkins "The Truth About Lies" (USA. Florida Premiere): A desperate, unemployed man (Fran Kranz) who lives with his mother weaves an ever-growing web of lies to impress a beautiful woman. Starring: Fran Kranz, Odette Annable. Directed by Phil Allocco. Documentaries

"Hair I Go Again" (World Premiere): Facing a mid-life crossroads, two longtime friends risk everything as they set out to fulfill their dreams of achieving rock & roll stardom. Directed by: Steve McClure. "Hano! A Century in the Bleachers" (Florida Premiere): Meet Arnold Hano, 93, legendary sportswriter and social activist. Baseball fan, war veteran and storyteller emeritus: few have lived and chronicled the American experience as extensively. Directed by: Jon Leonoudakis. "Smart" (Florida Premiere): Groundbreaking feature-length documentary about a group of highly trained, adrenaline-fueled professionals who risk life and limb to rescue animals. They're Los Angeles' Specialized Mobile Animal Rescue Team! Directed by Justin Zimmerman "No Greater Love" (Florida Premiere): U.S. Army Chaplain Justin Roberts goes on missions with the legendary No Slack battalion in Afghanistan in 2010/2011 armed with only a camera. Directed by Justin Roberts.

Cuban Sidebar: Films focusing on Cuba

"Craving Cuba" (World Premiere): A Cuban-American woman seeks to understand her true identity. Directed by: Zuzy Martin Lynch "The Forbidden Shore" (World Premiere)- The amazing diversity of contemporary Cuban music is gorgeously explored in Ron Chapman’s third documentary feature. Chapman captures the full gamut of what’s happening now in Cuba, both the most exciting artists and the distinct musical scenes they move In. Directed by Ron Chapman. "Havana Motor Club" (Florida Premiere): Reforms have offered opportunity in Cuba but the children of the Revolution are unsure of the best route forward. For a half-dozen drag racers, this means last-minute changes to their beloved American muscle cars, as they prepare for the first sanctioned race in Cuba since 1960. Directed by Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt

Florida Focus : World premiere of independent films made in Florida

"Waiting on Mary" : A struggling actor, traumatized by a brutal divorce, assumes the personality of a colonial character he played at a failed amusement park as a way of retreating from his pain. Directed by: Corey Horton "Bear With Us" : A modern farce about a guy who attempts to propose to his girlfriend in the most romantic way possible, but his plan falls apart when a ravenous bear stumbles on their charming cabin in the woods. Directed by: William Stribling. "Dooder And the Lighthouse" : Dooder Parker is eighty-six and full of life. When the historic lighthouse in his hometown becomes doomed to fall into the Gulf, his recounting of local history evolves into a reflection on his love for his wife. Stories intertwine to paint a portrait of a vanishing way of life. Directed by: Clayton Long & Lisa Long In addition to feature length films, Giff will present over 70 short films. Short film blocks include:

“Lol”: Comedic short films · “Films on a Mission”: Short films focusing on a specific cause

· “Thrill Ride”: Thriller, action, and horror short films.

· “Love is In the Air”: Romantic short films

· “ Motion Tunes”: Short films related to music

· “Save the Drama”: Drama short films

· “Films 101”: College made short films

· “High School Film Showcase”: Giff’s high school filmmaking competition sponsored by Suncoast Credit Union

Additionally, Gasparilla will feature in-depth, informative Industry Panels, including, Meet The Press, Casting Directors, “The Performance” Actor’s panel, Special Effects, Do’s, Don’ts for a Film Festival Run and “The Pitch.” Additionally, Giff is proud to welcome Academy Award nominated animator Bill Plympton (1987’s Your Face).

For more information on all the films to be screened and industry events, please go to:

www.gasparillafilmfestival.com
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'You're the Worst' creator explains the dark, brilliant turn of season 2

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"You're the Worst" just concluded a terrific season, which went darker than I think anyone would have expected even last year, as the show dealt bluntly with Gretchen's battles with clinical depression. My review of the finale is here, and I have a lot of thoughts on the season as a whole from creator Stephen Falk coming up just as soon as I wear my booby shirt... I want to start off with a question about the biggest and most important story arc of season 2 — which is, of course, the “new phone who dis” running gag. At what point did you realize that was more than just a one-off, and you were just going to keep that as one of the weird through-lines to the season? Stephen Falk: We make it through our days by coming up with these little things. I do have sort of a lofty idea about the show in that,
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Review: 'You're the Worst' - 'Spooky Sunday Funday': The fix is in?

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Review: 'You're the Worst' - 'Spooky Sunday Funday': The fix is in?
A review of tonight's "You're the Worst" coming up just as soon as I recognize this building from the opening credits of "Better Off Ted"... The original "Sunday Funday" was arguably the funniest episode of "You're the Worst" season 1, but also the show's most atypical installment, collecting lots of funny jokes ("Daniel Craig?!?! He looks like an upset baby!") and situations but keeping the dysfunction of Jimmy and Gretchen's relationship to a minimum. Given the episode's popularity, I wouldn't have blamed Stephen Falk and company if they had just stuck to the basics for it, like the "Bar Wars" episodes of "Cheers," or the annual Halloween contest on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." But "Spooky Sunday Funday" is something else entirely, not only combining the original concept with Halloween costumes and tons of horror movie tropes, but something that stays deep inside the tough emotional territory the show's been exploring lately. Jimmy inevitably
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Sam Huntington Joins Clint Eastwood’s ‘Sully,’ Romantic Comedy ‘Second Nature’ (Exclusive)

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Sam Huntington Joins Clint Eastwood’s ‘Sully,’ Romantic Comedy ‘Second Nature’ (Exclusive)
After playing Jimmy Olsen in “Superman Returns” and appearing in the “Veronica Mars” movie, Sam Huntington is back in business with Warner Bros., as he has joined the cast of Clint Eastwood‘s drama “Sully,” TheWrap has learned. Huntington has also landed a lead role in the romantic comedy “Second Nature” opposite Collette Wolfe. Eastwood’s movie stars Tom Hanks as Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, who became an American hero when he landed his disabled jet on the Hudson River in 2009, saving the lives of everyone aboard. The incident was captured on video that was viewed around the world. “Sully” aims to go.
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Review: 'You're the Worst' - 'Side Bitch': Mustache rides again!

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Review: 'You're the Worst' - 'Side Bitch': Mustache rides again!
A review of tonight's "You're the Worst" coming up just as soon as I'm like Reese Witherspoon in that commercial for backpacks... If the last few outings felt as if they were trying to squeeze a little too much into each episode, then "Side Bitch" had everything nicely in proportion. Lots going on, including the return of Ty Wyland, but nothing felt rushed, and everybody had their moment. Lindsay's complete inability to function in the real world without Paul to take care of bill paying and basic maintenance, for instance, set up that great set piece of her trying and failing to walk, then bike, home from her lunch date with Jimmy, with Kether Donohue toggling amusingly between triumphant and trainwreck. And even though Collette Wolfe'ss only been around for a couple of weeks, Dorothy already feels like one of the more well-rounded characters on the show, and
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Review: 'You're the Worst' - 'We Can Do Better Than This': Erotic tales?

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Review: 'You're the Worst' - 'We Can Do Better Than This': Erotic tales?
A quick review of tonight's "You're the Worst" coming up just as soon as I burn Charles Dickens... Okay, so I was wrong last week in assuming that Gretchen was bailing on Jimmy and the relationship altogether. Instead, it appears she's regularly disappearing into the night, for reasons we're not yet privy to, and now Jimmy has observed her comings and goings. So it's a mystery. Hmm... As for the rest of "We Can Do Better Than This," it had a nice balance of material for all four leads, particularly Jimmy again grappling with the limitations of his own talent, before realizing that the erotica(*) he wrote when he was 11 was the way out of his creative rut. But Gretchen and Lindsay's struggle to find something meaningful to discuss (while making the poor fro-yo shop cashier's life miserable) was amusing, and the introduction of Collette Wolfe as Edgar's improv
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Nolan's Next Has a Release Date

Christopher Nolan: Next movie has release date. Next Christopher Nolan movie release date Warner Bros. will release the first post-Interstellar Christopher Nolan movie on July 21, '17. The film has yet to be baptized. Warners, which began its days as the Rin Tin Tin studio, also released Nolan's Batman trilogy movies, which collected $2.463 billion worldwide. Besides, the studio handled the sorta sci-fier Inception (2010), which took in $825.53 million, in addition to earning a Best Picture Academy Award nomination. The outright sci-fier Interstellar, which received mixed-to-unenthusiastic reviews in North America, opened in Nov. 2014. The film went on to gross $675.02 million worldwide, $188.02 million of which in the U.S. and Canada. Paramount handled the domestic release, while Warners took care of the international distribution. Mystery Movie As for Nolan's upcoming effort, in case there is a screenplay (or a blueprint of one) or any prospective cast members, no details have been given out so far.
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How 'You're the Worst' remains a great romance about two awful people

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Over the course of its first season, "You're the Worst" — a romantic comedy about two terrible human beings (played by Chris Geere and Aya Cash) who would vomit at the thought that they are the hero and heroine of a romantic comedy — went from a show I felt pretty ambivalent about to one of my favorite shows on TV. It's been nearly a year since the last original episode aired on FX, in part because the show has moved over to the younger-skewing Fxx channel(*), but based on the new season's first two episodes (it premieres tomorrow night at 10:30), the wait was worth it. (*) Every mention of the network shift brings with it some doomsday theory about how FX is sending the show to Fxx to kill it. All that paranoia seems rooted entirely in the failure of "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell" when it made the switch,
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TVLine Items: You're the Worst's New Couple, HBO's Hero Trailer and More

TVLine Items: You're the Worst's New Couple, HBO's Hero Trailer and More
Keep your friends close, keep your enemies closer and avoid You’re the Worst‘s Gretchen at all costs.

That’s a lesson that Justin Kirk (Tyrant) and Tara Summers (Ringer) will learn when they guest-star on Season 2 of the Fxx comedy this fall.

RelatedYou’re the Worst‘s Aya Cash Previews Gretchen and Jimmy’s Balancing Act in ‘Deeper’ Season 2

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kirk and Summers will play Rob and Lexi, a couple whose lives are thrown into disarray after meeting Gretchen at the local coffee shop.

They join a bevy of Season 2 guest stars, including Andy Buckley
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'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' Unrated Cut Gag Reel | Exclusive

'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' Unrated Cut Gag Reel | Exclusive
Adam Scott makes Clark Duke crack up by revealing a few hit "family shows" in the future in our exclusive gag reel for the 'Hotter and Wetter' Unrated Cut of Hot Tub Time Machine 2, which debuts on Digital HD formats and iTunes today before its Blu-ray and DVD release later this spring. Apparently, in this comedy sequel's version of the future, shows such as Butthole Party, Vagina Pander, Vagina Panda and Butthole Fiesta air at 7 Pm on Sunday nights. Adam Scott is one of the new cast members for this sequel, playing Adam Jr., the son of John Cusack's character from the 2010 comedy Hot Tub Time Machine.

Nick (Craig Robinson), Jacob (Clark Duke) and Lou (Rob Corddry) have all changed their lives thanks to the power of the hot tub time machine. Everything is going well until tragedy befalls Lou, who is now the inventor of the Internet.
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