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F*Bombs - The Disaster Artist (Video)

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Ever wonder how many F-Bombs are dropped in some of your favorite movies like Pulp Fiction, Superbad, The Devil's Rejects, The Big Lebowski and Reservoir Dogs? Well, JoBlo's got you covered with F*Bombs. Here we count each and every use of the word f*ck in select classic flicks. On this newest episode, we take on director James Franco's The Disaster Artist co-starring Dave Franco,... Read More...
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Fan-Made Captain Marvel Poster Pays Homage To Pulp Fiction

A fan-made Captain Marvel poster adds Nick Fury and Agent Coulson to the mix and homages Pulp Fiction in the process. With Captain Marvel now filming, information on the movie has been pouring in. Though it was already a thrill to learn Fury would be back for the ’90s-set outing in the McU, fans were over the moon when it was announced Agent Phil Coulson will be in Captain Marvel. Joining him will be Guardians of the Galaxy villains Ronan and Korath, meaning next year’s film will feature quite an interesting mix of familiar faces.
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‘Fonzo’ Behind-the-Scenes: Tom Hardy Shares Photos of Dramatic Al Capone Transformation

‘Fonzo’ Behind-the-Scenes: Tom Hardy Shares Photos of Dramatic Al Capone Transformation
Tom Hardy has played historical figures on screen in the past, but it looks like his upcoming role as Al Capone in the biographical drama “Fonzo” will be one of his most transformative true roles yet. Production is currently underway in New Orleans on the biopic, which is being directed by “Fantastic Four” and “Chronicle” filmmaker Josh Trank. Hardy has been sharing behind-the-scenes photos from the “Fonzo” production on his Instagram page.

“Fonzo” takes place 10 years into Capone’s prison sentence. The 47-year-old gangster begins suffering from dementia and becomes haunted by his violent past. Joining Hardy on screen is Linda Cardellini, Matt Dillon, Kyle McLachlan, and “Dunkirk” breakout Jack Lowden.

The production is notable for being Trank’s first since “Fantastic Four.” The director feuded with studio 20th Century Fox over final cut privileges and reshoots and bashed the film’s theatrical release in a since-deleted Tweet that claimed
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Coming Soon: Smackdown 1970 and Smackdown 1994

The next two regular Smackdowns were among the most requested years last time I shared the remaining years that haven't been done (among the years where it's still possible to find all five films -sigh). In both cases there are only 4 movies you need to watch to play along. I'm still on the hunt for panelists but in the meantime get to watching for the first time (or rewatching!)

Helen Hayes in "Airport"

May 6th "Supporting Actress Smackdown 1970"

Panelists: Tba; Nominees:

Karen Black, Five Easy Pieces Lee Grant, The Landlord Helen Hays, Airport Sally Kellerman, Mash Maureen Stapleton, Airport

Balloting is currently open and closes May 1st. Send your ballot to me with "1970" as subject line and a heart rating for each contender of 1 (awful) to 5 (perfection). Please only vote on the performances you've seen since the results are weighted accordingly so as not to punish the underseen or overvalue the widely seen.
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Comedy Central Sets Roast of Bruce Willis

Comedy Central Sets Roast of Bruce Willis
Comedy Central announced Tuesday that Bruce Willis will be this year’s Roastee.

“The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis” is set to tape this summer in Los Angeles, with the air date to be announced at a later date. The actor is the latest celebrity to get the roast treatment, following in the steps of stars like Justin Bieber, Pamela Anderson, William Shatner, Rob Lowe, and Charlie Sheen.

“This ain’t the first time I’ll be tied to a chair and held hostage by a group of humorless assholes for a couple hours,” said Willis.

Willis is an
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Movie Review – Dead List (2018)

Dead List, 2018.

Directed by Victor Mathieu, Ivan Asen and Holden Andrews.

Starring Matt Fowler, Nick Bandera, Holden Andrews, Rob Healy, Josh Eichenbaum, Eric Pierce, and Susan Stangl.


A struggling actor conjures a dark force in order to win a coveted movie role.

If you type the words “Dead List” into Google, then you will be immediately confronted with a terrifying portrait of online culture. Granted, the same could be said for almost any two word combination on the internet. After all, there’s plenty of stuff out there to make you question our worth as a species, like revenge porn, malware viruses, Logan Paul videos and those articles where you have to click on a new page every 50 fucking words. Still, even in the festering cesspit of depravity that is the world wide web,‘’Dead List’’ manages to conjure up some uniquely depressing results.

For context, there seems to
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Lowlife Review: Welcome to a Special Kind of Crazy

If you're looking for the craziest movie of the year, look no further than Lowlife. Director Ryan Prows comes out of the gate swinging extra hard with his feature debut, which is truly one of the most insane movie experiences you're going to have in 2018, should you decided to give this blood-drenched, ultraviolent but entertaining and impactful movie a go. Love it or hate it, and I'm suspecting there will be a lot more love than hate with this one, Lowlife is a movie that is going to stick with you.

Lowlife asks the question, what happens when you throw together a fallen Mexican wrestler with serious rage issues, a just-out-of-prison ex-con with a regrettable face tattoo, and a recovering junkie motel owner in search of a kidney? Set amidst the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles, Lowlife zigzags back and forth in time as it charts how fate, and a ruthless crime boss,
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SXSW Movie Review – Lowlife (2018)

Lowlife, 2018.

Directed by Ryan Prows.

Starring Nicki Micheaux, Ricardo Adam Zarate, Jon Oswald, Clayton Cardenas, and Mark Burnham.


The lives of a luchador, an ex-con and an addict collide when an organ harvesting scheme goes awry.

Ryan Prows’ feature film debut, Lowlife, is a mean bastard. A film that smacks you in the face with serious issues while a Mexican wrestler wearing a powder-blue suit beats a man to a pulp and crushes his skull with his bare hands. This is a film that’s clearly inspired by Question Tarantino, but unlike the many, many Qt-copies that came out in the 90s, Prows isn’t so much based on Pulp Fiction, but on the films Tarantino referenced in his explosive sophomore feature. This is a movie divided into chapters, navigating a grey zone of morality that plays in the same sand box as Tarantino, while making a fresh and pulpy new beast.
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Tarantino Probably Won't Direct Star Trek 4 Says Simon Pegg

Tarantino Probably Won't Direct Star Trek 4 Says Simon Pegg
Will Quentin Tarantino director Star Trek 4? That's the big question on all Trekkies minds. With the last three "rebooted" Star Trek films doing phenomenally at the box office, and the series Star Trek: Discovery going strong with great reviews, it's safe to say that Star Trek is back to stay. Since the release of Star Trek: Beyond in 2016, fans have been wondering when (and if) we will see the fourth installment in the rebooted series. While it has been confirmed that a sequel to Beyond is in the works, we really don't know much about it.

Buzz started to surround the sequel in December 2017 when rumors surfaces about Quentin Tarantino supposedly pitching a script for the movie and offering to direct. The catch was that the movie would need to be rated R. According to reports around that time, Paramount started working fast to get the project moving forward with Tarantino's script.
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As Movieclips Celebrates 10 Million Subscribers, Its Owner Fandango Builds New Studio Space

The Movieclips YouTube channel recently reached 10 million subscribers, and its team celebrated in the only way that made sense -- with movie clips. The Fandango-owned brand released a celebratory supercut that features dozens of utterances of the words "thank you" in famous movies.

The video is not Movieclips' first supercut; the channel, which is known for collecting notable snippets from films past and present, has previously paid tribute to all-time comedies and memorable movie screams. This time, it has rolled out its more polite compilation to date. The featured "thank you" clips come from flicks like Pulp Fiction, The Mask, Coming to America, and The Hunger Games.

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Why the UK’s always been a good advert for Hollywood

The likes of Harvey Keitel and Kevin Bacon seem to be permanent fixtures on British TV screens these days. Over the last few years, there’s been a glut of Hollywood’s finest only too happy to put their faces to brands we know and love. We’ve had Al Pacino playing indoor golf for Sky Broadband, Arnold Schwarzenegger doing a comic turn with those pesky meerkats, and even Sly Stallone delivering Warburtons loaves. Such A-listers have, however, been doing this for years, as these five can testify.

Joan Collins – Cinzano (1978-1983)

When was the last time you heard someone ask for a glass of cinzano at the bar? Back in the day though, this was a tipple that screamed class and sophistication. So who better to spearhead the campaign than Ms. Collins. With a little help from comedy great Leonard Rossiter, it was a case of acting royalty taking
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‘Lowlife’ Review: This Bizarre, Shocking Crime Comedy Is a Must-Watch

Lowlife is one of those exciting feature debuts that announces the arrival of a filmmaker who instantly has your attention. Sharp and unpredictable with an unexpected edge of empathy amidst the bloodshed, the directorial debut from Ryan Prows is a manic pitch-black comedy about the desperation of the downtrodden that ricochets through the Los Angeles criminal underground via overlapping tales of kidnapping, murder, and revenge. Taking a cue from the post-Pulp Fiction playbook, Lowlife stages a single story over a fractured timeline, where we watch the story unfold from a number of perspectives, each new vignette offering more …
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Film Review: ‘Lowlife’

Film Review: ‘Lowlife’
Lowlife” is not the movie you’d expect from a comedy collective making its first feature: While mordantly humorous, this tale of several lives fatefully intertwining in the dank underbelly of Los Angeles plays its violent, over-the-top events in pokerfaced fashion. Though the backtracking, overlapping episodic structure is reminiscent of “Pulp Fiction,” there’s none of the garrulous snark or fanboy winking Tarantino wannabes customarily indulge in. Instead, this team-written effort by L.A.-based crew Tomm Fondle (of which director Ryan Prows is a member) nicely calibrates a twisty course between straight crime melodrama and black comedy, one that has cult-following potential among adventurous genre fans.

The four chaptered narrative sections rewind to offer backstory, and replay specific action, from different perspectives, though there’s little to no actual repetition. The thing that unites virtually all protagonists is that they’re each eventually imperiled by ties to the ruthless
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Robert Osher Joins Miramax as Chief Operating Officer, General Counsel

Industry veteran Robert Osher has joined Miramax as chief operating officer and general counsel.

Miramax CEO Bill Block made the announcement Monday. Osher, who led Sony’s digital division for seven years as president of Sony Pictures Digital Productions, will be part of Miramax’s new task force focusing on growing its strategy in film, television, and mergers & acquisitions.

During his tenure, Sony Pictures Animation produced the animated monster comedies “Hotel Transylvania” and “Hotel Transylvania 2,” the Smurfs films, and the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs films. He departed from the Sony post in 2015, and has been consulting for private equity firms, international consulting firms and media companies in the interim.

“We are so happy to have Bob be a part of the new Miramax as someone who not only has tremendous understanding of the future of content and platforms, distributions, operations, as well as a familiarity with the
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'Mock meats are nicotine gum of veganism': your best comments today

We’re taking another look at some of the stories getting you talking today, from a piece on meat alternatives to emotional recent TV

Stories provoking interest around the site include a column on non-meat “meat” for non-vegetarians, the “best decade for films” according to one critic and some tear-jerking TV readers are looking forward to on Monday.

To join in the conversation you can click on the links in the comments below to expand and add your thoughts. We’ll continue to highlight more comments worth reading as the day goes on.

I’ve been long long time veg and then vegan, and from my own experience the mock meats are just a nicotine gum of veganism. They serve a purpose to ween people off the meat, and as such they do a great service to veganism. But they are not the end solution. They are guilty of prolonging one’s meat dependency,
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Cagney & Lacey Reboot: Ving Rhames Added to Cast

More casting news has been announced regarding the reboot of Cagney & Lacey. Veteran actor Ving Rhames has joined the pilot. He will join Sarah Drew and Michelle Hurd, who will be playing the female cop duo as announced last week. That casting news was revealed just days after ABC announced that Sarah Drew would not be returning to Grey’s Anatomy for the 15th season. Rhames will be playing Police Captain Stark. His character is describes as a leader who inspires loyalty in those around him. Though Rhames is more famous for his movie roles like Pulp Fiction and the

Cagney & Lacey Reboot: Ving Rhames Added to Cast
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Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’ Might Not Be R-Rated, Says Simon Pegg

Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’ Might Not Be R-Rated, Says Simon Pegg
It’s still hard to believe, but Quentin Tarantino is committed to making a new Star Trek film for Paramount. The Pulp Fiction filmmaker allegedly said he would only sign on to the film if Paramount approved an R-rating. But Star Trek franchise mainstay Simon Pegg says he knows some details about the Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Movie, and doesn’t […]

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‘Cagney & Lacey’ Reboot: Ving Rhames Joins Cast

‘Cagney & Lacey’ Reboot: Ving Rhames Joins Cast
Ving Rhames has been cast in CBS’ “Cagney & Lacey” reboot pilot.

Rhames will play police Capt. Stark, the Lapd homicide coordinator who is described as unflappable and a leader who inspires loyalty in everyone around him. His feature film credits include “Father Figures,” “Pulp Fiction.” “Con Air,” and the “Mission: Impossible” franchise. He joins Sarah Drew and Michelle Hurd, who last week were cast in the title roles.

Bridget Carpenter will serve as writer and executive producer for the pilot reboot. CBS Television Studios will produce alongside MGM Television. Hurd will play Lacey, an Lapd Detective. Athletic, polished, former high-school track and field champion.
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Tarantino's Star Trek Is Not Aiming for an R-Rating Says Pegg

Tarantino's Star Trek Is Not Aiming for an R-Rating Says Pegg
Is Tarantino's Star Trek Movie movie really going to be R-rated? Not so fast. At least, if Simon Pegg is to be believed. Last December, news broke that Tarantino had pitched an idea for a Star Trek movie to J.J. Abrams, who is responsible for the most recent series of movies, and Paramount liked the idea enough to move forward with it. At the time, it was said that the movie will be R-rated, but that may not be the case.

Simon Pegg has starred in all three of the most recent Star Trek movies and actually co-wrote Star Trek Beyond. So he's as connected as almost anyone with the franchise currently. Speaking recently at the Empire Awards, Pegg was asked about Quentin Tarantino and his allegedly R-rated take on Star Trek and revealed that he doesn't think the man behind Pulp Fiction has written an R-rated script. Here's what
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‘Pulp Fiction’ House Up for Sale, Dead Body Not Included

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‘Pulp Fiction’ House Up for Sale, Dead Body Not Included
For sale: Three-bedroom, single family house in Studio City, California. Just moments from major studios and “the famed Tujunga Village shops and restaurants.”

Oh, and don’t worry; that corpse was cleared out a long time ago.

A house used in Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 film “Pulp Fiction” is up for sale, according to a listing from real-estate brokerage company The Agency.

The house, built in 1936, includes two bathrooms, and according to the listing “served as the house for the character ‘Jimmy’ in the classic film ‘Pulp Fiction.'”
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