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Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff Debut First Music in 19 Years With New Edm Song ''Get Lit''

Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff Debut First Music in 19 Years With New Edm Song ''Get Lit''
Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff are together once more! A whopping 19 years after their last song together, the former musical duo is back at it—but this time they're taking on Edm with their new track "Get Lit." Will and DJ Jazzy Jeff, who gave the world hits like "Summertime" and "Parents Just Don't Understand," debuted the new Edm song over the weekend at the Livewire Festival 2017 at Blackpool's Tower Headland Arena in England. The pair also performed their classic tracks, including "Gettin' Jiggy Wit' It," "Men In Black," "Miami," "Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble," and "Just The Two Of Us." The...
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Will Smith Gets Jiggy With James Corden in Epic Celeb-Packed ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Sing-Along: Watch!

Will Smith Gets Jiggy With James Corden in Epic Celeb-Packed ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Sing-Along: Watch!
On your mark, ready, set, let’s go! Will Smith and James Corden are taking to the road in the new Carpool Karaoke series for Apple Music.

Watch: Exclusive: James Corden Reveals His Favorite 'Carpool Karaoke' Ever: 'I Got a Bit Depressed Afterwards'

The pair started things off by jamming out to “Getting Jiggy With It,” before Corden interrupted Smith in the middle of his pig Latin verse.

“It feels like it’s such a big tune. I feel like we need more. I’ve actually been working on this new surround sound system,” Corden insisted.

The British late night host then brought out a full marching band to perform with Smith as the pair of funnyman climbed out of the car’s sunroof to continue singing the song.

Corden also asked Smith about his start as a rapper.

“I wrote my first rhyme when I was 12,” Smith said. “It never got
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Nothing but trouble looms in trailer for Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul

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Author: Zehra Phelan

Who would have thought after seven years Diary of a Wimpy Kid could still be going strong and reaching out to younger audiences all over the world? With the fourth sequel in the seven-year run set to be released on the 20th of May a new trailer for Diary of the Wimpy Kid The Long Haul has arrived.

In the fourth sequel, we have a brand new generation of wimps lead by the Zachary Gordon lookalike Jason Drucker, who plays Greg, venturing off on a problematic road trip with his friends and family were nothing but trouble looms on the horizon. From feeding a lone seagull from the car roof to winning a pig who quite clearly has intestinal issues and even the predictable embarrassing parents moment of singing the Spice Girls Wannabe in the car. From the looks of the trailer, we have seen this all before,
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25 years ago today: ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’ opened in theaters

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25 years ago today: ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’ opened in theaters
25 years ago today, audiences first saw Kevin Costner’s turn as Robin Hood on the big screen. It was on June 14, 1991 that Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves opened in theaters. Facing off against Costner’s heroic outlaw was Alan Rickman's Sheriff of Nottingham, just three years after he made his first movie appearance in a role that would become a new classic villain, Hans Gruber in Die Hard. Rickman and Morgan Freeman got critical approval for their performances. Costner and Christian Slater, not so much. Both were nominated for Golden Raspberry Awards for Robin Hood, for Worst Actor and Worst Supporting Actor, respectively. Costner “won” his award, while Slater “lost” to Dan Ackroyd in Nothing but Trouble. Also part of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’ legacy: “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You.” Believe it or not, the theme ballad that Bryan Adams bleated out for this movie earned him an Oscar nomination. But Raspberries or no Raspberries, Oscars or no Oscars, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves found its audience. It was the second-highest grossing movie of 1991, beaten only by Terminator 2: Judgement Day. And it was viewed countless times on VHS for years after that. Other notable June 14 happenings in pop culture history: • 1940: Jimmy Stewart film The Mortal Storm opened in theaters. • 1958: The indoor Alice in Wonderland ride opened next to the Mad Tea Party teacups ride in Disneyland. It was also the day the Columbia Sailing Ship first took passengers around Tom Sawyer Island. • 1959: The Matterhorn Bobsleds, Submarine Voyage, and the Monorail opened at Disneyland. Over 2,000 celebrities, members of the press, and dignitaries attended, including Vice President Richard Nixon. • 1965: Paul McCartney recorded the song “Yesterday” at what is now known as Abbey Road Studios in London. McCartney recorded it without the rest of the group, just with a string quartet, his vocals, and an acoustic guitar, making it essentially the first solo performance by the band. He recorded the song in two takes. • 1969: John Lennon and Yoko Ono pre-recorded an interview with David Frost that would air on July 10 that year. Lennon said in the interview, “We're trying to sell peace, like a product, you know, and sell it like people sell soap or soft drinks.” • 1970: Eric Clapton’s new band, Derek and the Dominos, gave their first live performance, at London’s Lyceum Theatre. • 1972: Simon & Garfunkel reunited to perform “Bridge Over Troubled Water” at a fundraising concert for presidential candidate George McGovern at New York’s Madison Square Garden. • 1980: The Pretenders fired bassist Pete Farndon, whose drug use had led to an increasingly strained relationship with his bandmates. • 1980: Billy Joel began six weeks atop the Billboard album chart with Glass Houses. • 1985: Family Feud, which had debuted in 1976, aired its final episode on ABC until CBS re-launched the game show in 1988. • 1989: The game Tetris was released for Game Boy in Japan. A North American release followed in July. • 1990: CBS, which had been the national broadcaster for the NBA since 1973, televised an NBA game for the final time. It was Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Detroit Pistons and Portland Trail Blazers. • 1996: Jim Carrey movie The Cable Guy opened in U.S. and Canadian theaters. • 2002: The Bourne Identity and the Sarah Michelle Gellar Scooby-Doo movie opened in theaters. • 2003: Helen Mirren had the order of Dame bestowed upon her when Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II published the list of those she’d chosen to promote to the Order of the British Empire. Three years later, Mirren portrayed Elizabeth II on film in The Queen. Sting and 007 actor Roger Moore were also conferred with the title of “Sir” on this day. • 2011: Andy Grammer released his self-titled debut studio album. Birthdays: Juno writer Diablo Cody (turns 38 today), singer Boy George (55), Reign actor Torrance Coombs (33), Pretty Little Liars actress Lucy Hale (27), actor-motivational speaker J.R. Martinez (33), Glee actor Kevin McHale (28), Falling Skies actor Will Patton (62), Austin Powers director Jay Roach (59), Spy Kids actor Daryl Sabara (24), Blindspot actor Sullivan Stapleton (39)
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Will Smith Talks 2016 World Tour on 'Tonight Show'

Will Smith Talks 2016 World Tour on 'Tonight Show'
Will Smith continues to stand by his promise that the Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff will embark on their decades-delayed world tour in 2016. The rapper-turned-actor stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Friday to promote his upcoming drama Concussion when the subject of Smith's resurgent music career popped up. "[DJ Jazzy] Jeff and I are definitely gonna go on tour next year," Smith confirmed.

"We released our first record in 1986, when I was just out of high school, it was called 'Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble,' that was our first song.
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The Movie Doctors by Simon Mayo & Mark Kermode review

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The Movie Doctors is more than Wittertainment jumping from the airwaves to the printed page. Here's our review...

How do you write a review about The Movie Doctors, by Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode? Well, you just…, ah I suspect many of you got there first.

And if you did, this is your book. A fascinating, broad and beautifully presented collection of arguments, articles, diagrams and disputes that leap from the airwaves of Wittertainment (aka The Kermode & Mayo Film Review on Radio 5 Live/Radio Five/Five Live/we keep forgetting what they're officially called these days) and onto the printed page, there’s plenty that others could learn from this.

For in an era where books for fans of things have a habit of taking that audience for granted, that’s absolutely what The Movie Doctors doesn’t do. Running to over 300 pages, and with sky-high production values,
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Will Smith Jokes About Raising His Kids: 'Teenagers Should Be an Affliction'

Will Smith Jokes About Raising His Kids: 'Teenagers Should Be an Affliction'
If there's an antidote for raising teenagers, Will Smith needs a prescription.

The Concussion star sat down with Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Thursday and dished on everything from his upcoming tour to the trials and tribulations of parenting.

"Teenagers should be an affliction," Smith joked when asked about his son Jaden, 17, and his daughter Willow, now 15.

"Ya know, like when people come up to you, 'Hey, Will how you doing?' 'Oh man, I got teenagers. Simplex 2 man, simplex 2,' " he laughed. "It takes everything you have to raise teenagers."

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The People Under the Stairs | Blu-ray Review

Throughout a very prolific and sometimes uneven career as an incredibly notable genre filmmaker, Wes Craven’s aesthetic often grapples with issues of revenge and adolescence, having given birth to the iconic The Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream franchises, both series exploring notions of metatextual reinvention. Cutting his teeth with grindhouse horror titles that have since been re-made, many of his more obscure offerings have languished in the critical realm of inconsequential desolation. But it’s his 1991 offering The People Under the Stairs which is worthy of reappraisal, arguably the filmmaker’s best and most bizarre work. Campy, hysterical, creepy, and replete with a socially conscious message, it’s an early 90s cult classic that retains its power to delight and weird out.

Poindexter, aka Fool (Brandon Quintin Adams) as his older tarot card toting sister Ruby (Kelly Jo Minter) calls him, has just learned they’re behind on rent three days.
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‘Seinfeld’ Actor Taylor Negron Dead at 57

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‘Seinfeld’ Actor Taylor Negron Dead at 57
Taylor Negron, an actor who appeared on “Seinfeld” as a hairdresser in 1993’s “Smelly Car” episode, died on Saturday after a battle with cancer. He was 57.

His cousin, Three Dog Night member Chuck Negron, took to YouTube on Saturday to tell his fans that Negron passed away over the weekend while surrounded by family.

See photos: Hollywood’s Notable Deaths of 2015 (Photos)

“May he rest in peace,” Chuck said. “I just wanted all you people who knew him and loved him to know that he just passed.”

Negron, a Glendale, California-raised performer who studied acting at UCLA, began his acting
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Taylor Negron Dead -- Comedy Actor Dies at 57 After Battle With Cancer

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Veteran comedy actor Taylor Negron died Saturday ... this according to his cousin -- and he had been reportedly battling cancer for years.Negron's cousin Chuck Negron -- lead singer of Three Dog Night -- confirmed the sad news with an emotional video ... saying the actor was surrounded by family when he passed away.Taylor had roles in a slew of TV shows ... as well as famous movies like -- "Stuart Little," "Bio-Dome," Nothing But Trouble,
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'Ask Drew' tackles 'Star Wars' rumors and guilty pleasures

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'Ask Drew' tackles 'Star Wars' rumors and guilty pleasures
This week's "Ask Drew" includes a moment I suspected would happen at some point, and now that it has, I'll address it here. I don't like the answer I gave to one of the questions. I don't think it's a bad answer, but it's not the right answer. On the way home, I thought of a far more appropriate response, and so I feel like I owe it to the person who sent the question in the first place. Basically, he asked me if there are any truly bad films that I love. I sort of dismissed the idea of "guilty pleasures" and then talked a little bit about "Buckaroo Banzai," but I think that's sort of me dodging the question. There are terrible movies I love. I think "Hudson Hawk" is a train wreck. I don't think I can defend it at all. It makes me laugh like a maniac in places,
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TV Recap: The Search for Answers Leads to Nothing but Trouble on ‘Orphan Black’

Orphan Black” continues to hit the ground running. Last week’s episode left us with the cliffhanger that perhaps we all should’ve suspected was inevitable: Helena (Tatiana Maslany) a.k.a. Crazy Clone/Sarah’s twin sister is alive. Still blissfully unaware to that fact, Sarah and Art (Kevin Hanchard) attempt to figure out where the Prolethians who abducted Kira (Skyler Wexler) have taken her. Felix (Jordan Gavaris) shows up and greets Art, then exclaiming, “I can’t believe you let a cop into Clone club.” The feeling is mutual for Art, but he’s just glad that now he can make sense of this whole doppelgänger [...]

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New Trailer for Lone Survivor Lives to Tell the Tale

Goat herders. They’ve always been nothing but trouble, if you ask me. Wasn’t it a goat path that caused the deaths of Leonidas and his 300 at the Hot Gates? And now, goat herders are the reason Mark Wahlberg and his Navy SEALs buddies have to fight for their lives against a gazillion Taliban soldiers in the mountains of Afghanistan. I’m telling you, goat herders. Nothing but trouble throughout history. Anyways, check out the latest trailer for Peter Berg’s “Lone Survivor”. I’m not sure what they’re trying to imply here, but Mark Wahlberg’s hero character sounds a little, uh, dense? Based on The New York Times bestselling true story of heroism, courage and survival, Lone Survivor tells the incredible tale of four Navy SEALs on a covert mission to neutralize a high-level al-Qaeda operative who are ambushed by the enemy in the mountains of Afghanistan.
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Scene-Stealing Supporting Player Is Star for a Day

Mary Boland movies: Scene-stealing actress has her ‘Summer Under the Stars’ day on TCM Turner Classic Movies will dedicate the next 24 hours, Sunday, August 4, 2013, not to Lana Turner, Lauren Bacall, Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Esther Williams, or Bette DavisTCM’s frequent Warner Bros., MGM, and/or Rko stars — but to the marvelous scene-stealer Mary Boland. A stage actress who was featured in a handful of movies in the 1910s, Boland came into her own as a stellar film supporting player in the early ’30s, initially at Paramount and later at most other Hollywood studios. First, the bad news: TCM’s "Summer Under the Stars" Mary Boland Day will feature only two movies from Boland’s Paramount period: the 1935 Best Picture Academy Award nominee Ruggles of Red Gap, which TCM has shown before, and one TCM premiere. So, no rarities like Secrets of a Secretary, Mama Loves Papa, Melody in Spring,
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'National Lampoon's Vacation': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Classic Road Trip Comedy

"Holiday Ro-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oad, Holiday Ro-o-o-o-o-o-oad..."

Hard to believe it's been 30 years since the Griswold family first took to the road in "National Lampoon's Vacation." Ever since its release on July 29, 1983, the landmark comedy seems a permanent fixture of pop culture, having created the signature roles of Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, and Randy Quaid's careers, having helped make stars out of Anthony Michael Hall and Jane Krakowski, and having helped launch the filmmaking career of John Hughes. The movie seems to play on an endless loop on TV, like the neighbors' slideshow of a nightmarish trip you were grateful not to have taken yourself. (Except, let's face it, you probably have a family road trip this disastrous in your past.)

Still, as many times as you've seen the film, there are some details you may have missed. Read on to learn about the in-jokes you haven't spotted, the scenes you didn't get to see,
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Film Junk Podcast Episode #406: Chinese Zodiac

0:00 - Intro 3:15 - Review: Chinese Zodiac 27:50 - Other Stuff We Watched: Stoker, Mr. Nobody, Gone with the Wind, Speed 2: Cruise Control, Assault on Precinct 13 (2005), Skyfall, Klute, Executive Decision, Wanderlust, The Man with Two Brains, Argo, Nothing But Trouble, Life of Pi, No, Marathon Man 1:35:50 - Headlines: Academy Member Reveals the Voting Process 1:42:00 - Junk Mail: The Imposter Amazon Reviews, Oscar Categories We'd Like to See Added or Removed, Views on Piracy, Retrofitting Dramas into 3D, Film Junk Special Guests 2:06:20 - Chatroom Q&A 2:23:35 - This Week on DVD and Blu-ray 2:25:10 - Outro

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Album Stream: Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors - Good Light

The anticipation for Drew Holcomb’s fourth studio album, his third with band The Neighbors, is finally drawing to an end. The release, Good Light, was recorded in Memphis at Ardent Studios, and displays Holcomb’s strength as a songwriter while lyrically celebrating his devotion to wife and bandmate, Ellie, and daughter Emmylou. Many of the tracks read like love letters. “These lyrics are all quick images that to me are part of the way a love can be defined,” said Holcomb about track “Nothing But Trouble.” “California is where Ellie and I honeymooned, Wildflower is our favorite Tom Petty record that...
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Video Premiere: Drew & Ellie Holcomb - "Nothing But Trouble"

Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors, praised for their unique Tennessee brand of Americana music, are gearing up for the release of their latest album Good Light. Never one to fall short on creativity, Holcomb actually penned over 40 songs for the album before trimming the collection down to the final 12. Of course, a large part of the band dynamic in The Neighbors is the fact that the group includes Ellie Holcomb, Drew’s wife. The pair recorded this takeaway video of the track “Nothing But Trouble.” Check out the video in the player below, and be sure to pick up...
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Film Junk Podcast Episode #371: Moonrise Kingdom

0:00 - Intro / In-House Stuff / R.I.P. Richard Dawson 10:40 - Review: Moonrise Kingdom 43:10 - Headlines: - Independence Day 3D, The Expendables TV Show, Stallone and DeNiro in Grudge Match, One Shot is Now Jack Reacher, G.I. Joe Delayed to Add More Channing Tatum? 52:15 - Other Stuff We Watched: The Big Chill, The Freshman, Snow White and the Huntsman, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, The Quick and the Dead, Get Lamp, Contraband, Nothing But Trouble, The Terrorists, Au Revoir Les Enfants, Rushmore, I Shot Jesse James, Buck Privates, Humain, trop humain 1:39:10 - Junk Mail: The Power of Rotten Tomatoes, Episodes 1-85, Cinema Studies, Documentaries and Fictional Films that Go Together, Comedies with Great Action, Clever Ways of Giving Exposition in a Movie, Update on Jay's Bowel 2:05:35 - This Week's DVD Releases 2:10:00 - Outro

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Film Junk Podcast Episode #368: Dark Shadows

0:00 - Intro 2:40 - Review: Dark Shadows 31:30 - Headlines: Edgar Wright Teases Ant-Man Movie, Jody Hill to Direct a Dukes of Hazzard Reboot?, Kurt Russell Drops Out of Django Unchained, Argo Trailer, Gangster Squad Trailer 49:25 - Other Stuff We Watched: Saturday Night Live, Kicking It, English Premiere League Soccer, Demons, Demons II, Haywire, Assault on a Queen, The Asphyx, Platform Moon, Face Off, The Silent Partner, Shark Night, Road to Perdition, Ed Wood, Veep, The Pitch, Celebrity Apprentice 1:40:00 - Junk Mail: Too Negative, Director's Voices + Beakman's World vs. Bill Nye the Science Guy, Tony Stark Meets the General, Cult / Character Actors in Blockbusters, Darren Aronofsky's Noah, Being Approached by Film Junk Fans, Nothing But Trouble, Spielberg vs. Kubrick vs. Nolan vs. Tarantino 2:07:30 - This Week's DVD Releases 2:09:30 - Outro

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