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"Young Justice: Outsiders" Finally Gets a Premiere Date on DC Universe

The Apocalypse is coming to "Young Justice" — more specifically, the fan-favorite superhero animated series is heading to Apokolips on the highly anticipated third season, "Young Justice: Outsiders." A new teaser gives us a glimpse at the dangerous alien planet as well as our first confirmation of the season’s official release date on the DC Universe streaming service.
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The Five Best Dakota Fanning Movies of Her Career

Getting her career started in TV seemed to be the right course for Dakota Fanning since it kind of allowed her to work up to the idea of being in motion pictures instead of just putting her in the mix outright. She was still quite young when she did star in the role that would get her considered for a Screen Actors Guild Award, but she did such a great job that it’s no wonder why she’s been seen as one of the more alluring faces in Hollywood for some time now. There are times when it seems as though

The Five Best Dakota Fanning Movies of Her Career
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Three Bold and the Beautiful Couples Who Are Meant to Be

The Bold and the Beautiful is a show that really does focus almost entirely on the bold and beautiful relationships that people have with one another. It’s about love and loss, and it’s about getting what you want out of life and making it yours. There is no time for people here to get their situations mixed up with that of someone else, and we fully believe there is always time for love around here. That said, there are plenty of couples we did not see coming, some we did see coming, and some that didn’t work out. But what

Three Bold and the Beautiful Couples Who Are Meant to Be
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Steve Carell Hosts SNL: Watch Video of the Best & Worst Sketches

Steve Carell Hosts SNL: Watch Video of the Best & Worst Sketches
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 10 years since Steve Carell last hosted Saturday Night Live. That makes it all the more disappointing that his third hosting stint was something of a let down.

A mini-Office reunion (with Jenna Fischer, Ed Helms and Ellie Kemper) was one of the few highlights in an episode that began with yet another lackluster Laura Ingraham parody, then immediately followed the monologue with one of the weakest sketches of the night. Carell, however, was game for pretty much anything, including not one, but two sketches set in outer space, and some epic
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The Best Uses of Macklemore Songs in Movies or TV

Ben Haggerty, better known as Macklemore on stage, was raised in Seattle, Washington and became interested in rap when he was a teenager. By the time he’d graduated and gone on to college he was already writing his own lyrics and making plans to start a group and perform his own tracks. Once he got going it took a while but eventually he did manage to break into the mainstream and as you already know his music has been entertaining fans far beyond the boundaries of his home as he’s continued to expand his fanbase and create new and well-liked

The Best Uses of Macklemore Songs in Movies or TV
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Three Young and the Restless Couples Who Are Meant to Be

Young and the Restless fans are never sad when some couples break up, but we are always sad when others do. We are wise enough to know that most people in the soaps just don’t make it with their love and their relationships, but we also know that some couples were just meant to be together. Unfortunately, they don’t all make it in that aspect. Sure, there are some great couples who make it, and they work together so well. There are others, sadly, who just don’t make it. We want to bring you our list of great couples we

Three Young and the Restless Couples Who Are Meant to Be
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The Office Reunion: Which Dunder Mifflin-ites Joined Steve Carell on SNL?

The Office Reunion: Which Dunder Mifflin-ites Joined Steve Carell on SNL?
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World’s best boss! Dunder Mifflin made a strong showing in Studio 8H this weekend when three of Steve Carell‘s The Office former on-screen underlings appeared to help him get his third Saturday Night Live hosting gig underway.

The mini-reunion took place during Carell’s monologue, when he took questions from the in-studio audience. The topic, naturally, turned to whether or not there will be a reboot of the popular NBC sitcom.

“I don’t think it’s the best idea,” Carell said, echoing a sentiment he voiced in October.
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Stages Mini ‘Office’ Reunion (Watch)

‘Saturday Night Live’ Stages Mini ‘Office’ Reunion (Watch)
It has been five years since “The Office” ended its run on NBC, and questions about a reboot are never far from minds when members of the cast are in the public eye. During Steve Carell’s Nov. 17 hosted episode of the Peacock’s late night sketch series, “Saturday Night Live,” he took the opportunity to fake out the audience with news of a reboot but instead delivered a partial reunion.

During Carell’s monologue, he took questions from the audience, including long-time “SNL” player Kenan Thompson and former “The Office” stars Jenna Fischer, Ellie Kemper and Ed Helms.

“It was a great experience,
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Takes Shots at Voter Fraud, Facebook and Nancy Pelosi (Watch)

‘Saturday Night Live’ Takes Shots at Voter Fraud, Facebook and Nancy Pelosi (Watch)
The midterm elections were held two weeks ago, and as votes are still being counted in some parts of the country, voter fraud is still a hot topic. “Saturday Night Live” got in on the discussion with its Nov. 17 episode cold open that saw Kate McKinnon return to “The Ingraham Angle” desk as Laura Ingraham. But the sketch hardly stopped there — also taking shots at Facebook, Nancy Pelosi and the Vape God, who McKinnon as Ingraham pointed out was “a real person I had on my show.”

McKinnon as Ingraham started the sketch by claiming rampant voter fraud “allowed Democrats to literally steal the election.
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What We Know about Gate Season 3

Gate is a Japanese animated show that is aired on a number of different channels. So far, there have been 24 different episodes, all adapted from a series of graphic novels. The story revolves around a bunch of monsters and soldiers that suddenly arrive as the result of a portal to a parallel world opening. They end up in a world they’re not supposed to be in, but the problems are just beginning. All they’ve ever known is to conquer and fight and they’re not about to let the people that were in the once peaceful world keep their lives

What We Know about Gate Season 3
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The Five Best Dave Franco Movies of His Career

Honestly when James Franco came out his brother Dave was kind of overlooked for a while until he really started to bust out on his own and start making movies in which he was featured in a prominent and very noticeable role. Once that happened there was no stopping the rise that he experienced as his career began to take off and the attention he received continued to result in one role after another as he was finally seen as a real contender on screen. In fact at this point he’s just as famous as his brother in many ways

The Five Best Dave Franco Movies of His Career
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Chloë Grace Moretz Becoming a Director Thanks to ‘Miseducation of Cameron Post’

Chloë Grace Moretz Becoming a Director Thanks to ‘Miseducation of Cameron Post’
For a 21-year-old, Chloe Grace Moretz has already racked up quite an impressive amount of work — and an ambition to do more. Since making her big screen debut in 2005’s “Amityville Horror” reboot, starring a rather ripped Ryan Reynolds, Moretz has, by her own account, appeared in over 60 movies. But as she told the crowd at Saturday’s Vulture Fest panel, her passion for acting began to “dwindle” prompting her to take a break from the business.

“I took about a year and a half break in the industry to kind of sit back and to reconfigure who I was and what I wanted and where I wanted to go in this next iteration of my career as an adult,” she told the crowd.

That, though, was when at the age of 19 she discovered “The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” the Desiree Akhaven film exploring America’s ongoing practice of gay conversion therapy,
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The Best Uses of Matchbox 20 Songs in Movies or TV

Matchbox 20 came on the scene in the mid to late 90s and started picking up speed as they came out with one track after another that people tended to pick up on and instantly like. Their sound was something that had been heard before but was still desired in a big way since it was still something new and exciting. For days and weeks and even months their songs could be heard on the radio, in clubs, and even at social functions since they were at one time among the biggest and newest sensations to come out to the

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How the Character Steve Urkel Changed TV Forever

Jaleel White played the role of Steve Urkel on the long-running television sitcom “Family Matters.” The character was the young neighbor of the Winslow family and we never really got to know his parents, but Steve was ever present in the Winslow home and he this brilliantly constructed and masterfully portrayed character changed television forever. We learned so many lessons from Urkel as a society, that it made us stop and think about how we treat people. Even more, it gave tv writers something to think about in the construction and creation of the characters that were written into their

How the Character Steve Urkel Changed TV Forever
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Supergirl Cast Previews Mystifying, Musical (?!) Thanksgiving Melee

Supergirl Cast Previews Mystifying, Musical (?!) Thanksgiving Melee
Thanksgiving dinner is served on Sunday’s Supergirl (The CW, 8/7c). But before anyone has a chance to give thanks for life’s many blessings (Sam Witwer’s jawline, etc.), a scuffle with the Children of Liberty cuts the celebration short.

“All of the Superfriends come together for Thanksgiving dinner, and like pretty much every Supergirl get-together, we’re forced to … scatter and go off and try to save the city,” Jesse Rath told reporters during a recent visit to the show’s set. “You get to see Braniac get froggy with a couple of Children of Liberty thugs.
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Are We Ever Going To See a Mountain Monsters Season 6?

Mountain Monsters is a show that has aired for five seasons on Destination America, one of the channels that’s frequently featured on premium packages for satellite and cable television. Typically, the network deals with things that are paranormal and in some cases, they venture into the world of cryptozoology. Mountain Monsters is a show that kind of combines both of these things into a single series, and people that have seen it either love it or hate it. It really is no middle ground with this show, to say the least. The show features the Aims team and typically, you

Are We Ever Going To See a Mountain Monsters Season 6?
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The Five Best Michael Fassbender Movies of His Career

Michael Fassbender has his share of admirers and detractors but none of this can erase the fact that he is a very solid and versatile actor. He’s won an insane amount of awards and been nominated for even more, and he’s taken part in a great number of movies in a wide variety of roles that have seen him be completely docile all the way to murderous and deranged. In many ways he’s one of those actors that can take on the persona of the character he’s playing without much help or effort it would seem and yet some decide

The Five Best Michael Fassbender Movies of His Career
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