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Melissa Bolona To Star In ‘Murder At The Mansion’; Max Adler Cast In ‘Hot Water’

Melissa Bolona To Star In ‘Murder At The Mansion’; Max Adler Cast In ‘Hot Water’
Melissa Bolona has booked the lead role in indie thriller Murder At The Mansion, which is currently filming in Kentucky. Sam Irvin is directing the film that follows Ruby (Bolona) a Child adopted into an affluent family who struggles to mediate the chaos roiling around her as she plans her impending wedding at her fiancé’s family’s lavish countryside estate. Anna Hutchison (The Cabin in the Woods), Madison McKinley (The Wolf of Wall Street), and James McCaffrey (Max Payne) co-star in the pic from Stargazer Films. Bolona, who recently appeared in Acts Of Violence starring Bruce Willis, is repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment and Innovative Artists.

Glee and Switched At Birth alum Max Adler has joined Trevor Donovan and Vanessa Angel in the indie film, Hot Water, which is being directed by Larry Rippenkroeger. The plot follows a cocky young jet skier,
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FrightFest Presents to bring horror to UK cinemas this summer with new slate of films

Signature Entertainment and FrightFest, the UK’s leading horror fantasy film festival, have announced FrightFest Presents, an all-new venture geared to delivering the best in undiscovered genre features to the UK audience and world stage, with an initial launch slate arriving this summer.

The Dark

Directors: Justin P. Lange and Klemens Hufnagl

Cast: Stars rising star Nadia Alexander

Synopsis: The film follows Mina (Alexander), a young woman who was murdered and stalks the forest that saw her demise. Anytime some unfortunate soul enters her area, they are quickly dispatched and become her feast. But when she stumbles across a young boy named Alex (Nichols) in the back of a car who shows signs of clear and horrifying abuse, she can’t bring herself to do away with him. Rather, she becomes his protector while trying to protect her own little world. As police and locals search for Alex to help bring him home,
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Aaron Sorkin makes a crackling directorial debut with “Molly’s Game”

Merry Christmas! As you open your presents, a really terrific film is also opening today, in theaters. It’s Molly’s Game, the directorial debut of ace scribe Aaron Sorkin. Long considered one of the best writers in Hollywood, he’s moved behind the camera to direct this drama, becoming a full fledged filmmaker. Sorkin makes a terrific debut here too, showing he’s just a strong a director, which is exciting to consider when thinking about his future. Now out in theaters, it’s potentially an awards player too. If that doesn’t scream must see, I don’t know what does. This is a flick not to miss, ladies and gentlemen. The film is a biopic of Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain), a former Olympic quality skier who ended up running some of the most notorious poker games in the country. In adapting her memoir, the movie showcases Molly
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Kim Kardashian's 'Glam Masters' Will Be Hosted by Laverne Cox -- Check Out the Trailer

Kim Kardashian's 'Glam Masters' Will Be Hosted by Laverne Cox -- Check Out the Trailer
Kim Kardashian West is joining forces with an Orange Is the New Black star for her new Lifetime show!

Laverne Cox will be both host and judge of the competition reality series Glam Masters, which is executive produced by Kardashian West and is set to premiere on Feb. 28.

"I am so excited to announce that I am serving as host of #GlamMasters and also one of its judges," Cox posted to Instagram on Tuesday. "Glam Masters is a beauty competition series we really had a blast shooting. I hope you'll tune in and enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed making it."

Other judges to join the 45-year-old actress on the eight-episode series are celebrity makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic, YouTube makeup expert Kandee Johnson and co-founder of Milk Makeup, Zanna Roberts Rassi.

Each episode will have four beauty bloggers facing off to prove they have what it takes to be the next big thing in the beauty
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Star Sightings: Chrissy Teigen and Zendaya Bond in New York, Reese Witherspoon Ignores L.A. Heat Wave & More!

Star Sightings: Chrissy Teigen and Zendaya Bond in New York, Reese Witherspoon Ignores L.A. Heat Wave & More!
The stars are getting into the holiday season!

Zendaya and Chrissy Teigen buddied up at the debut of the new Forevermark Tribute Collection during a private cocktail event at West Edge in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood on Nov. 7.

Reese Witherspoon may live in Southern California, but that didn’t stop her from trying on some very festive winter items from her Draper James line. “So I may be in denial that there’s a heat wave in La... ?? @draperjames,” she wrote on Nov. 20.

Also on the fashion front, pretty in pink Suki Waterhouse shared a shot of her rose-hued Rejina Pyoi velvet jumpsuit and Charlotte Simone bucket hat and white dress shoes on Nov. 28.

Miss Piggy was unveiled as the Swarovski red carpet presenter for the 2017 Fashion Awards 2017, which will take place in London, England, on Dec. 4. She even donned a replica of Jennifer Lopez's iconic green Versace dress for the big announcement!

Rumer Willis and her
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Henry Rollins Still Buys 2 or 3 Records a Day—and He Thinks You Should, Too

Henry Rollins Still Buys 2 or 3 Records a Day—and He Thinks You Should, Too
When Henry Rollins wants to talk music, you listen. Best-known as the frontman for legendary California punks Black Flag through the first half of the ’80s, the singer led his own Rollins Band post-Flag and picked up a Grammy for the spoken-word recording of his Black Flag tour memoir, Get in the Van, in 1995. At 56, Rollins is now a successful spoken word performer, writer and actor who blurs the lines between comedy, confessional poetry and motivational speaking.

He has also never stopped buying records. A supremely well-versed and engaged fan, Rollins DJs, collects, and talks about music with the same
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‘BoJack Horseman’ Season 4 Guest Stars: A Visual Guide to Who Played Who in Hollywoo

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‘BoJack Horseman’ Season 4 Guest Stars: A Visual Guide to Who Played Who in Hollywoo
[Editor’s note: The below contains major casting and minor plot spoilers for all of “BoJack Horseman” Season 4.]

The general rule with the “Hollywoo” satire “BoJack Horseman” is that you can assume any famous person mentioned by name is probably playing themselves. But beyond that, the show has a knack for lining up a fearsomely talented guest voice cast beyond its already stunning ensemble to play some of its most compelling roles, and Season 4 brought in an impressive array of new and semi-returning faces.

We’ve assembled the below guide to this year’s new characters, for that moment when you say to yourself “Wait, was that…?”

Read More:‘BoJack Horseman’ Review: Let’s Talk About That Ending, Princess Carolyn, and The Best Episode of Season 4 A few returning faces worth spotlighting

Katrina Peanutbutter, played by Lake Bell

Lake Bell is always a treat as Katrina, and Season 4 gave her plenty to do.

Stefani Stilton, played by Kimiko Glenn

We barely met Stefani during Season 3, but Season 4 let
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Peter Kraus Wasn’t ‘100 Percent Ready’ to Be Bachelor, Says ABC Exec, but He ‘Might Be a Year from Now’

Peter Kraus Wasn’t ‘100 Percent Ready’ to Be Bachelor, Says ABC Exec, but He ‘Might Be a Year from Now’
Peter Kraus won’t be finding his forever love on the upcoming season of The Bachelor, but there’s a possibility he could in the future.

On Thursday, Bachelor Nation was shocked to learn that Kraus — the runner-up on Rachel Lindsay‘s season 13 of The Bachelorette — wouldn’t be the franchise’s new leading man and that fellow Bachelorette alum Arie Luyendyk Jr. was selected instead.

But before Luyendyk Jr. was officially chosen, 31-year-old Kraus was one of the contenders that were in the running for the coveted position of Bachelor.

“Peter was absolutely in discussion. He sort of alluded to that as well.
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Peter Kraus Breaks His Silence on Arie Luyendyk Jr. Bachelor Casting: 'I Am Overcome with Emotion'

Peter Kraus Breaks His Silence on Arie Luyendyk Jr. Bachelor Casting: 'I Am Overcome with Emotion'
Peter Kraus is “overcome with emotion” after learning his Bachelor journey is over before it even began.

Early Thursday, Good Morning America announced that Arie Luyendyk Jr. will be the season 22 Bachelor, sending shockwaves through Bachelor fans who hoped that season 13 Bachelorette runner-up Kraus would be ABC’s next leading man.

Hours after the reveal, Kraus broke his silence on Instagram where he thanked Rachel Lindsay and the network for the opportunity of a “lifetime” — and also shared the important lesson he learned from the process.

“#tbt to the most incredible journey of this life time that has now officially come to an end today.
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Peter Kraus Is 'Disappointed' He's Not the New Bachelor, Source Says

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Peter Kraus Is 'Disappointed' He's Not the New Bachelor, Source Says
Some Bachelor fans are are expressing shock and disbelief over the casting of Arie Luyendyk Jr. over Peter Kraus for season 22’s leading man.

Indeed, Luyendyk Jr. was a surprising choice given how hard many viewers campaigned for Kraus, the runner-up from Rachel Lindsay‘s season of The Bachelorette.

So, what happened?

A source close to the situation tells People that Kraus himself was under the impression he would be cast for the role “up until early this week.”

“Peter got an indication yesterday that a new Bachelor was going to be announced and that it wasn’t him,” the
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'Lesson Learned': Inside Peter Kraus' Controversial History with The Bachelor

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'Lesson Learned': Inside Peter Kraus' Controversial History with The Bachelor
Despite early reports, Peter Kraus is not our next Bachelor.

Instead, Arie Luyendyk Jr. has been named The Bachelor‘s next leading man — and the night before the televised reveal, Kraus tweeted, “Never let fear hold you back. Lesson learned.”

Many on social media are disappointed that the Wisconsin native won’t look for love again on TV. But a source close to production previously told People that fan favorite Kraus was “never” the network’s first choice given that he wasn’t comfortable with the premise that lies at the very core of the ABC reality show: that it
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Trailer for “Molly’s Game” puts Jessica Chastain front and center

After a short tease posted by none other than star Jessica Chastain herself on Twitter yesterday, we now have the Trailer for Molly’s Game. This drama marks the directorial debut of screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. The pairing of these two seemed like it would create real sparks, and judging by this Trailer, that is certainly the case. You’ll be able to check it out at the bottom of this piece (you must know the drill by now), but before that, we need to discuss the film a bit. This could be a real big Oscar player when all is said and done in 2017… The movie is an adaptation of Molly Bloom’s memoir. It’s described thusly: “The true story of an Olympic-class skier who ran the world’s most exclusive high-stakes poker game and became an FBI target. Her players included movie stars, business titans and unbeknownst to her,
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Good Witch Renewed for Season 4

Good Witch Renewed for Season 4
The spell hasn’t worn off yet: Good Witch has conjured up a fourth season on Hallmark Channel.

RelatedCable/Streaming Scorecard: What’s Renewed? What’s Cancelled?

The supernatural rom-com starring Jag alum Catherine Bell will return for Season 4 this fall, kicking off with a Halloween-themed special in October, the network has confirmed. Bell celebrated the good news by tweeting out a photo with co-star Bailee Madison (The Fosters):

Doing witchy things with this one @BaileeMadison especiallly now that we are Officially renewed Season 4! #goodwitch @hallmarkchannel pic.twitter.com/S25MUQouKq

Catherine Bell (@reallycb) July 28, 2017

RelatedUnREAL Renewed for Season
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The Bachelorette's Rachel Lindsay: I Cried All Night & Day Before Saying Goodbye to Dean After Hometowns

Rachel Lindsay vied for Nick Viall‘s heart on season 21 of The Bachelor, now she’s on her own journey to find love on the latest season of The Bachelorette — and she’s blogging about it exclusively for People! Follow Rachel on Twitter at @TheRachLindsay!

Four cities, four men, four families, one me … let’s talk!

This was the week I had been waiting for, yet was terrified for throughout this journey. I remember when Nick came to my hometown of Dallas and how that really deepened my relationship with him. I felt like I was really falling for him after my family’s approval,
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Find Out Why Rachel Lindsay Doesn't Want Anyone from Her Season to Be the Next Bachelor

Find Out Why Rachel Lindsay Doesn't Want Anyone from Her Season to Be the Next Bachelor
Rachel Lindsay may have become The Bachelorette‘s leading lady after losing out on love on The Bachelor, but she’s hoping that none of the castaways from her season follow in her footsteps.

The 31-year-old attorney told Entertainment Tonight on Monday that she wouldn’t want to see one of her former suitors step into The Bachelor‘s shoes — explaining that she’s “slightly possessive over the men that were on my season.”

“All my top four would , but I don’t want to see any of them as the next Bachelor!” she said. “Let’s pick someone from JoJo season.
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Performer of the Week: Carrie Preston

Performer of the Week: Carrie Preston
The Performer | Carrie Preston

The Show | Claws

The Episode | “Bats–t” (July 9, 2017)

The Performance | Picking a favorite member of Claws‘ terrific ensemble of actresses is like picking a favorite shade of nail polish. (They’re all so good!) But this week, it was Preston’s turn to shine and sparkle, as Polly dropped the sweet-as-sugar act and got downright scary on us.

Normally, Polly’s all smiles and sunshine, but that ankle monitor of hers reminds us she’s not as squeaky-clean as she seems. Preston happily delved into Polly’s dark side as the ex-con ambushed Virginia in her home,
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This Bachelorette Fan-Favorite Predicted He Would Be on the Show in His High School Yearbook

This Bachelorette Fan-Favorite Predicted He Would Be on the Show in His High School Yearbook
Talk about achieving your goals. Since he first stepped out of the limo, The Bachelorette's Peter Kraus has been a fan-favorite for fans of the ABC reality hit, with Rachel Lindsay also taking a quick liking to the business owner/personal trainer from Madison, Wisconsin. And now, the 31-year-old is revealing that he's achieved a dream 14 years in the making by being on the show.  In his high school yearbook, which he posted on his Instagram on Thursday, Peter listed the following as his plans for the future: "Go to art school, become famous in one way or another, be on The Bachelor, live happily." Oh, to be 17 and full of hope for the future. But see kids, this is proof that you can...
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'Bachelorette' Star Peter Kraus' High School Yearbook Shows He Wanted 'Bachelor' Fame

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One of Rachel Lindsay's guys on "The Bachelorette" was determined, or even desperate, to be on the show ever since he was in high school. Fan fave Peter Kraus listed his future plans in his 2005 high school yearbook. The senior at Edgewood High in Madison, Wi wrote ... "Go to art school, become famous in one way or another, be on The Bachelor, live happily."  Welp ... he can knock being on the show off his bucket list,
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Why Swimfan Is the Most Underrated Thriller of the 2000s

Why Swimfan Is the Most Underrated Thriller of the 2000s
Fifteen years ago, Swimfan came to the big screen. Made for $10 million, Swimfan grossed $34 million worldwide. This tale of a swimmer (Jesse Bradford) who engages the wrong girl (Erika Christensen) in a one night stand, was essentially Fatal Attraction for the teen set. And, as hyperbolic as this may sound, it was also the best film of 2002. Even if it doesn't make IMDb's most underrated list for the Aughts.

Okay, so it came nowhere near an Academy Award nomination. Hell, it didn't even pick up an MTV Movie Awards nod. Does anybody believe that the best picture winner for any given year is really The best picture? If we ignore that idea altogether, then it is plausible Swimfan was indeed the best overall film released all throughout 2002. It may not have done the biggest box office, barely anyone remembers it now, but what it did in a cerebral sense, and with its visceral imagery,
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The Pros and Cons of Looking Back: Close-Up on John Carpenter’s "Christine" and "Starman"

Close-Up is a column that spotlights films now playing on Mubi. John Carpenter's Christine (1983) is showing May 4 - June 3 and Starman (1984) is showing May 5 - June 4, 2017 in the United Kingdom.ChristineWas it too dark? Too bleak? Too gory? Did it have the misfortune of opening when American moviegoers were flocking to E.T.? Either way, when John Carpenter's The Thing landed in the summer of 1982, with an apocalyptic cliffhanger and the most surreally grotesque, tactile, gooey monster effects you never realized could be put on film, it fizzled. "It was hated," Carpenter later recalled at a screening in Los Angeles. "Hated by fans. I lost a job. People hated me. They thought I was this horrible, violent—" He trailed off and joked, "And I was." The audience laughed, because by now The Thing's exalted place in movie geek culture is secure: an exquisitely paranoid horror classic and arguably the crown
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