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There's an Official Royal Wedding Playlist on Spotify, So Get Ready to Cry All Over Again

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There's an Official Royal Wedding Playlist on Spotify, So Get Ready to Cry All Over Again
Still emotionally recovering from Prince Harry and Meghan's Markle's picture-perfect wedding? Same here. And now we've got something to trigger the happy tears all over again, because Spotify just released an official royal wedding playlist packed with music from the special day.

Titled "The Royal Wedding - The Official Album," the playlist features 27 tracks, including the incredible gospel choir rendition of "Stand by Me" that actually took the breath right out of our lungs, along with other snippets from Meghan and Harry's church ceremony, like Reverend Michael Curry's passionate 13-minute sermon. Relive the wedding of the year century from start to finish by listening to the album below. And if you're still hungry for more of your favorite royals, may we suggest swooning over Meghan and Harry's official wedding portraits?

Related: People Are Sobbing Over What Prince Harry Told Meghan Markle Right Before Their Wedding
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Death of Superman Video Details Released

Burbank, CA – The Man of Steel meets his ultimate match when Doomsday comes to Earth – hell bent on destroying everything and everyone in his path, including the Justice League – in the all-new, action-packed The Death of Superman, part of the popular series of DC Universe Movies. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, the feature-length animated film arrives from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital starting July 24, 2018, and on Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD August 7, 2018.

The Death of Superman will be available on Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack ($39.99 Srp), Blu-ray Deluxe Gift Set ($39.99 Srp), Blu-ray Combo Pack ($24.98 Srp) and DVD ($19.98 Srp), as well as on Digital. The Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack features an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc in 4K with Hdr and a Blu-ray disc featuring the film; the Blu-ray Deluxe Gift Set includes a collectible Superman figurine; the Blu-ray Combo Pack features
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Need a Break From Crying Over the Royal Wedding? This "Bad Lip Reading" Should Do the Trick

Need a Break From Crying Over the Royal Wedding? This
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot in a fairy-tale ceremony on Saturday, and we've been an emotional wreck ever since. Of course, with all of their lovestruck glances and the sweet ways they honored the late Princess Diana, how could we not be? When you're done sobbing over their gorgeous wedding photos, we suggest watching this hilarious bad lip reading of the ceremony. Not only is it comedic gold, but the "bad lip readers" even mimic the royal family's British accents. From Harry and Meghan's vows to the reverend's speech, the clip will have you Cackling - and don't even get us started on the special rendition of "Stand by Me."
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Everyone Is Talking About That Rendition of "Stand by Me" at the Royal Wedding

Everyone Is Talking About That Rendition of
There were a lot of special moments throughout Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding ceremony, but the one that's proving most popular is the gorgeous rendition of the song "Stand by Me," performed by Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir. The cover of the 1961 classic by Ben E. King was the moment when everyone watching at home (and the guests in St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle) started to get choked up.

The Kingdom Choir is a Christian gospel group based in South East London made up of 20 singers. It's been going strong for 20 years, and the song was a huge hit with Twitter:

Imma let you finish but the Royal Wedding rendition of Stand By Me is one of the most beautiful performances of all time

- Carly Berkenblit (@carlyberk) May 19, 2018

A glorious Fire and brimstone African American preacher; a gospel choir nailing Stand By Me. Megan markle and,
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These Black and White Pictures of Harry and Meghan's Wedding Will Give You Goosebumps

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These Black and White Pictures of Harry and Meghan's Wedding Will Give You Goosebumps
On May 19, Prince Harry had us all weak in the knees with his lip biting, and Meghan Markle stunned everyone in her gorgeous Givenchy wedding dress before changing into another beautiful evening gown designed by Stella McCartney. Between the incredibly stylish guests, the beautiful rendition of "Stand by Me," and all the other moments that turned us into emotional messes, we didn't think that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's nuptials could have been more beautiful - but we then came across black and white pictures of their big day, and everything changed. Read on to take a peak at these wonderful photographs, which are almost as stunning as the official wedding portraits. Almost.

Related: The 29 Best Moments From Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Fairy-Tale Royal Wedding
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There's an Official Royal Wedding Playlist on Spotify, So Get Ready to Cry All Over Again

Still emotionally recovering from Prince Harry and Meghan's Markle's picture-perfect wedding? Same here. And now we've got something to trigger the happy tears all over again, because Spotify just released an official royal wedding playlist packed with music from the special day.

Titled "The Royal Wedding - The Official Album," the playlist features 27 tracks, including the incredible gospel choir rendition of "Stand by Me" that actually took the breath right out of our lungs, along with other snippets from Meghan and Harry's church ceremony, like Reverend Michael Curry's passionate 13-minute sermon. Relive the wedding of the year century from start to finish by listening to the album below. And if you're still hungry for more of your favorite royals, may we suggest swooning over Meghan and Harry's official wedding portraits?

Related: People Are Sobbing Over What Prince Harry Told Meghan Markle Right Before Their Wedding
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Woody Harrelson and James Marsden Investigate The Iraq War in Trailer For Shock And Awe

Woody Harrelson and James Marsden star in the upcoming film Shock and Awe. The film is based on the true events of the Knight Ridder journalists "who were the only ones who 'got it right' in the lead-up to the 2003 Iraq War when they questioned the true nature of the Bush White House’s justification for the conflict."

Remember when the White House was selling America on the idea that Iraq was harboring weapons of mass destruction and then it turned out that it wasn't true? Well, this is the film that will tell that story. Well, at least the Hollywood version of that story, and Harrelson and Marsden will play the journalists.

The movie was directed by Rob Reiner (The Princess Bride, Misery, A Few Good Men, Stand By Me) and also co-stars Tommy Lee Jones. Reiner is a great filmmaker and this looks like it could be a solid film!
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Marry at Lavish Wedding Ceremony

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Marry at Lavish Wedding Ceremony
The big day has finally come for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ... Meghan is now a Duchess and the wedding was a dramatic and kinda awesome break from Royal tradition. Meghan and Harry chose the song "Stand By Me," as an anthem to their nuptials. A Black American Bishop stole the show and she walked half way down the aisle herself as a show of independence. It looks like Meghan's not going back to "Suits.
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TV Review: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Bring Their Own Style to Royal Wedding

TV Review: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Bring Their Own Style to Royal Wedding
On a gloriously sunny day, an American actress became the first Duchess of Sussex and the wife of a Prince of England.

Rachel Meghan Markle and Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales wed at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle before 600 guests, including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, and Idris Elba.

The couple managed to infuse their own style in the ceremony steeped in centuries of tradition, without bucking the importance of convention.

As the world, including her groom and his best man, waited for the bride, sweet moments were exchanged between the brothers. It didn’t
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15 Wild Secrets Behind River And Joaquin Phoenix's Family

Although siblings Joaquin, River, and Liberty Phoenix were acting as early as 1982 and appeared in several movies and TV shows over the next few years, the world was first properly introduced to the talented family when River starred in the iconic 1986 coming-of-age film <em>Stand By Me</em>. He quickly established himself as one of the hottest "next big thing" actors around, earning an Oscar nomination for 1988's <em>Running on Empty</em> and playing young Indy in <em>Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade</em>.

At the same time, Joaquin was also slowly carving out his own acting career, appearing in Ron Howard's ensemble family comedy <em>Parenthood</em>. Their sisters were also slowly beefing up their resumes with appearances in hit movies and television shows. River was definitely the Phoenix family member to watch-- that is, until his untimely passing at 23 when he succumbed to his hard-partying Hollywood lifestyle.

After taking a break from acting,
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The Death Of Superman Blu-Ray Release Date And Extras Revealed

Being someone who owns each and every DC Universe animated movie, I can’t help but feel how the line is coming full circle.

Back in 2007, Superman: Doomsday began the party by telling a truncated account of the Man of Steel’s demise and resurrection. Awesome as that flick was, I can’t wait to see the story expanded into two films, those being The Death of Superman and Reign of the Supermen, the latter of which will debut in 2019.

For the time being, we’re going to focus on the first in the two-part epic that’s providing a new perspective on one of the highest selling graphic novels of all time. Given that milestone, it came as no surprise when last week’s trailer reveal lit the internet ablaze, causing us to suspect that a formal announcement regarding the home video release was set to follow.

Thankfully, our assumption proved correct,
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Dancing With the Stars: Athletes Season 26 Episode 3 Review: 2603

There are no two ways about it. After Dancing With the Stars: Athletes Season 26 Episode 3, you were either thrilled or devastated as three couples made it to the finals...

And three were sent packing.

Who had danced their way to the top of the leaderboard, and who had to pack up and head home?

Let's break it down.

Mirai Nagasu and Alan Bersten came out first with a sassy 1940s inspired Quickstep to “Bo$$” by Ray Chew Live.

I love Mirai. I loved that gold dress and her dancing was spot on, but I'm afraid she loses the audience when she tries to trash talk her buddy, Adam Rippon. I know it's all in good fun, but Adam generally cheers her on, and the imbalance simply doesn't play well.

Plus Mirai is quieter, which doesn't always add up to more votes.

On the flipside, I loved seeing her parents and
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The Bachelor's Charlie O'Connell Marries Playboy Playmate Anna Sophia Berglund

The Bachelor's Charlie O'Connell Marries Playboy Playmate Anna Sophia Berglund
Charlie O'Connell is no longer a bachelor. The Bachelor alum married Playboy Playmate Anna Sophia Berglund this weekend. The two tied the knot in Montauk, New York. Actor Jerry O'Connell shared a photo of his brother posing alongside his blushing bride. The groom wore a formal suit and polka-dot bowtie while his new wife wore a long, off-the-shoulder dress. The reception was held at the historic bar and restaurant Shagwong Tavern. Jerry posted a photo of Charlie and Anna Sophia sharing their first dance on Instagram. "Wedding reception Montauk Style," the Stand by Me star wrote along with the couple's wedding hashtag #ChAnna." Before saying "I do," Charlie...
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‘Dancing with the Stars: Athletes’: Here’s the lineup of semifinal dances and Ballroom Battles

‘Dancing with the Stars: Athletes’: Here’s the lineup of semifinal dances and Ballroom Battles
The top six on “Dancing with the Stars: Athletes” will battle on Monday for the three spots in the final — literally. The semifinalists will go toe-to-toe (heh) in three pairs of Ballroom Battles in addition to their individual dances before a triple elimination. Find out who’s dancing what — and who’s facing off against whom below.

Individual dances

Adam Rippon and Jenna Johnson: contemporary (“O” by Coldplay) — This song selection is no accident. Rippon’s free skate the past two seasons was to a medley that included “O,” choreographed by “So You Think You Can Dance”’s Benji Schwimmer.

Chris Mazdzer and Witney Carson: foxtrot (“I Got Rhythm” by Ray Chew Live)

Jennie Finch Daigle and Keo Motsepe: Viennese waltz (“The Rest of Our Life” by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill) — She probably won’t have any issues with this song.

Josh Norman and Sharna Burgess:
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Review: ‘Measure of a Man’ is an All-Too-Familiar Coming-of-Age Dramedy

The coming of age dramedy is a crowded genre with many seminal works established in the 70s and 80s. It’s tough to therefore see any entries without comparing them to what came first. Some can still find their niche and win audiences over before earning a place besides those former greats, but oftentimes they simply feel too familiar to necessitate a second look. The latter category is a shame because familiarity isn’t always synonymous with “bad.” Take Jim Loach’s Measure of a Man, for instance. Here’s a serviceable film adapted by David Scearce from sports writer Robert Lipsyte’s 1977 semi-autobiographical novel One Fat Summer that possesses many redeemable qualities including a worthwhile, body-positive message. It may objectively succeed in its narrative goal, but subjectively never sets itself apart.

There’s a Stand By Me voiceover looking back; parental relationship trouble on the fringes for additional dramatic tension a la The Way,
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Hulu’s Castle Rock Trailer Reveals Summer Premiere Date

Hulu‘s newest Castle Rock trailer reveals a summer release date for the spooky series from Stephen King and J.J. Abrams. Starting with 1979’s The Dead Zone, the fictional town of Castle Rock has provided the setting for a number of Stephen King horror novels. King’s Cujo, The Dark Half and Needful Things all take place in the town, as does his short story The Body, which served as the basis for the classic film Stand By Me.
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Korea Box Office: ‘Rampage’ Rules Weekend

Korea Box Office: ‘Rampage’ Rules Weekend
Opening on Thursday, “Rampage” debuted on top of the South Korean box office. The Warner Bros. release scored $5.58 million from 687,000 admissions over four days, and accounted for 35% of the total weekend box office.

Opening on the same day, “A Quiet Place” landed in second. Locally distributed by Lotte Entertainment, the Paramount movie earned $2.17 million from 268,000 admissions.

Ready Player One” was again ranked third by ticket sales. The Steven Spielberg film earned $1.64 million between Friday and Sunday and extended its three-weekend total to $16.9 million.

Korean trio, “What a Man Wants,” “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum” and “Stand by Me” dropped to fourth, fifth and to seventh, respectively. Next Entertainment World’s “Man” earned $1.53 million between Friday and Sunday for a two-weekend total of $7.69 million. “Gonjiam,” which had ranked top for two weeks, suffered a week-on-week drop of 66% and earned $1.35 over the weekend. The horror movie has accumulated a total of $19.1 million after three weekends.
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Timothée Chalamet Sweats Through ‘Hot Summer Nights’ in First Trailer

Although A24 didn’t pick up Call Me by Your Name, they are still firmly in the Timothée Chalamet business after Lady Bird, and now, Hot Summer Nights. Premiering last year at South by Southwest Film Festival and wisely held after the actor’s major fall and for, of course, a mid-summer release date, A24 has now debuted the first trailer.

Coming from helmer Elijah Bynum, who makes his directorial debut, the 1991-set story follows Chalamet stars as a teenager who starts dealing drugs and falls for his business partner’s sister (Maika Monroe). With a slick, fast-paced visual style, the trailer hints at a promising debut for Bynum and a different side of Chalamet.

Stand by Me was a huge influence, and Stephen King is one of the greatest writers in the last 50 years,” the director tells Consequence of Sound. “I think there’s a way he taps into
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Korea Box Office: ‘Player’ and ‘Gonjiam’ Share Weekend Honors

Korea Box Office: ‘Player’ and ‘Gonjiam’ Share Weekend Honors
Ranked by earnings, “Ready Player One” emerged on top of the Korean box office with $4.08 million earned from 473,000 admissions.

Korean box office charts, however, are usually ranked by ticket sales, and arranged that way local horror “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum” remained on top for the second consecutive weekend. It earned $4.02 million from 514,000 admissions between Friday and Sunday. After two weekends, “Gonjiam” has accumulated $16.7 million, the second biggest gross for a Korean horror movie, behind 2003’s “A Tale of Two Sisters.” Warner’s “Player” has $14.2 million after two weeks.

Released on Thursday, Korean comedy “What a Man Wants” earned $4.7 million over four days. The Next Entertainment World release sees the story of four people seeking adventure and love on Jeju Island. The top three films accounted for 81% of the weekend box office.

Lotte’s Korean drama “Stand by Me” earned $994,000 over its four opening days for Megabox. Fantasy romance, “Be With You
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Stephen King Endorses John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place

In case you haven’t heard, Stephen King’s influence on the world of film, much like his mastery over the literary medium, has now reached prolific status. The author behind several cinematic classics, such as Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, Rob Reiner’s Stand By Me, and Frank Darabont’s The Shawshank Redemption, is currently reaping the benefits of his oeuvre being divided and sold off to the highest bidder, thanks to the monstrous success of Andy Muschietti’s It.

Over the past month, King has seen his 862-page novel The Stand picked up by CBS All Access, Cedar Park Entertainment snagged his narrative poem The Bone Church, and Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch’s remake of Pet Sematary set a production start date. So, it’s been a profitable four weeks for King, to say the least.

While it’s pretty much a foregone conclusion that the upcoming
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