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Alec Baldwin Doubles as Bill O’Reilly and Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live

Alec Baldwin continues to extend his career of impersonations as he added yet another man accused of sexual harassment on SNL last night. You can now include Bill O’Reilly to Baldwin’s list of impressions in his portfolio. Does anyone else still find it humorous that Alec Baldwin was literally a sex symbol in the late 80s and early 90s? It’s like he’s a completely different person now. Ever since the movie Outside Providence Baldwin’s officially been a hilarious “older guy” character highlighted by pompous characters and ones that do Boston accents. Anyway, back to Saturday Night Live. In its first

Alec Baldwin Doubles as Bill O’Reilly and Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live
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Round-Up: Nosferatu: A Symphony Of Horror, Telluride Horror Show Update, Vampirella #1, Syfy’s Ominous, Storm King at Nycc

On Halloween weekend, Nosferatu won't evoke terror or bring plagues upon unsuspecting townsfolk, but rather inspire a night of beautiful music. Also: an update on the Telluride Horror Show, Vampirella #1 and Syfy's Ominous release details, as well as Storm King Productions at New York Comic Con.

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror: Press Release: "Over Halloween weekend, on Friday, October 30, at 8 p.m., the Boston Pops and conductor Keith Lockhart, in collaboration with Berklee College of Music, will bring the classic 1922 silent horror film Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror to the Symphony Hall stage, with an entirely new full symphonic score composed by Berklee’s finest student film composers. Nosferatu on Halloween is a groundbreaking, unprecedented collaborative project in which eight of Berklee’s finest student film composers will write a full-length symphonic score, under the direction of Professor of Film Scoring Sheldon Mirowitz, for what is widely considered
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Richard Crudo Re-Elected Asc President

The Board of Governors of the American Society of Cinematographers (Asc) has re-elected its slate of officers for another term. Continuing to serve in their roles will be Richard Crudo as president; Owen Roizman, Kees Van Oostrum and Lowell Peterson as vice presidents; Matthew Leonetti as treasurer; Fred Goodich as secretary; and Isidore Mankofsky as sergeant-at-arms. Crudo will serve his sixth term as president. In addition to the last two years, he fulfilled the role from 2003 through 2006. The members of the Board, elected in May by the organization?s active membership, include: John Bailey, Bill Bennett, George Spiro Dibie, Richard Edlund, Fred Elms, Daryn Okada, Lowell Peterson, Robert Primes, Rodney Taylor and Haskell Wexler. “I am humbled to once again have the opportunity to serve this great organization,” said Crudo. “As we start to close in on our 100th anniversary, we will continue to honor the intents of our founders
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Shawn Hatosy Signs With Mgmt Entertainment

Exclusive: Shawn Hatosy, who’s set to do a guest arc on Amazon’s February debut series Bosch, has signed with Mgmt Entertainment (née The Schiff Company) for management. The Faculty and Outside Providence thesp earned a Critics’ Choice nomination for his turn on the NBC/TNT police drama Southland and most recently co-starred as a deliciously complex dirty cop on CBS’ short-lived legal drama Reckless. Onstage he earned raves last summer for his turn in Neil Labute’s Reasons…
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Shawn Hatosy Signs With Mgmt Entertainment

Shawn Hatosy Signs With Mgmt Entertainment
Exclusive: Shawn Hatosy, who’s set to do a guest arc on Amazon’s February debut series Bosch, has signed with Mgmt Entertainment (née The Schiff Company) for management. The Faculty and Outside Providence thesp earned a Critics’ Choice nomination for his turn on the NBC/TNT police drama Southland and most recently co-starred as a deliciously complex dirty cop on CBS’ short-lived legal drama Reckless. Onstage he earned raves last summer for his turn in Neil Labute’s Reasons To Be Pretty at the Geffen Playhouse. Hatosy’s credits over two decades of screen acting include Nick CassavetesJohn Q and Alpha Dog, Wayne Wang’s Anywhere But Here, In & Out, The Cooler, Public Enemies and Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans. He continues to be repped by Paradigm.
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One Way To Celebrate National Masturbation Month

One Way To Celebrate National Masturbation Month
Masturbation is still a bit of a taboo subject in our society, but that didn't stop one sex-toy store from marking May as National Masturbation Month in the mid-90s. No joke.

As the month of May comes to an end, HuffPost Entertainment would like to send it off with a mash-up dedicated to the self-loving deed: "Masturbation In Film." Cinema hasn't shied away from masturbation, whether it's the comedic ("Fast Times At Ridgemont High"), the tragic ("Black Swan") or the just plain weird ("Grandma's Boy"). While the mashup does not include all masturbation scenes, we tried to pay tribute to a handful of the best.

Watch the Nsfw video for "Masturbation In Film" above.

Full list of movies in the order of their appearance:

"Fast Times At Ridgemont High"

"American Beauty"

"American Pie"

"Little Children"

"Happiness"

"Secretary"

"Adaptation"

"Being There"

"Love And Death"

"Your Friends & Neighbors"

"Black Swan"

"Tommy
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Columbus Circle: Q & A With Amy Smart

Last week, The Hollywood News was lucky enough to be granted an interview with the stunning actress, Amy Smart, who has been a familiar fixture on our cinema an TV screens over the last 16 years. After an almost decade-long career in ballet, she made the brave decision to try her hand at acting and has since, never looked back.

Like most aspiring actresses, Smart began her Hollywood career with small roles in Starship Troopers and low-budget, independent features like Campfire Tales and The Last Time I Commited Suicide. I personally first became aware of her from a small but pretty effective slasher flick from 1998, Strangeland. It was the first horror film to incorporate the use of the growing popularity of the Internet into its plot to show just how the technology could be exploited by very bad people.

1999 saw her career finally begin to take off with significant roles in Varsity Blues,
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Criminal Minds Review: So Long, Strauss

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Oh, how the mighty fall.

This week on Criminal Minds we saw an all-around collapse of authority. First, the Colonel's devious ways were uncovered, then Strauss' dirty little secret was revealed. Coming off of a few week break, this episode came out swinging.

One of the biggest pieces of reader feedback this season has been your desire to not know who the UnSub is right away, but you can't say that "Self-Fulfilling Prophecy" didn't keep you on your toes. The is-he-a-victim-or-the-aggressor? storyline that swirled around Josh for most of the episode was constantly changing, and it required some careful following along in order to keep up. Further, the introduction of the young cadet who killed himself's father, and then the killing of him off, was an interesting twist.

The message that the writers were sending with this episode - that of corruption and secrecy at upper levels of military authority
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DVD Review: Street Kings 2 – Motor City

Street Kings 2: Motor City

Stars: Ray Liotta, Shawn Hatosy, Inbar Lavi, Clifton Powell, Corey Emanuel Wilson | Written by Ed Gonzalez, Jeremy Haft | Directed by Chris Fisher

“Marty Kingston is an undercover narcotics detective who is shot and barely survives a drug bust gone wrong to save the life of his partner. When his partner is killed by a masked gunman four years later, Marty must team up with hothead homicide detective Dan Sullivan to investigate a string of brutal cop murders and hunt down the cop killer. The investigation that ensues is shrouded in deception and loaded with plot twists that question the line between the rules of law and justice.”

The direct to DVD bastard offspring of the original 2008 Keanu Reeves starring crime drama, Street Kings 2, as the title suggests, moves the action to Detroit, the motor city, and this time follows Detectives Kingston and Sullivan, played by
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David O. Russell Holds Talks Over Buddy Cianci Biopic?

David O. Russell is sure having fun discussing what projects he could direct post-Oscar nominated for The Fighter, but he doesn’t seem all that desperate to actually get anything in front of camera’s. He’s become something of the master of first dates, a guy who initially shows interest in a long commitment only to rarely call back and he certainly never takes his date home.

Vulture reports that O. Russell has become interested in directing yet another project, this time a biopic of long-time former Providence, Rhode Island mayor Buddy Cianci who held office for a whopping 21 years in two lengthy separate terms. During that time he took down mobsters, revived the ‘dying’ Providence but went out on a conterversial note in 2002 when he was imprisoned for five years on rackeeting charges.

Jane Rosenthal, the co-founder of Tribeca Film Festival and long time business partner of Robert De Niro
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Hall Pass Review: The Most Depressing Comedy of the Year

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In 1996, Wes Anderson directed a small, little seen moved called Bottle Rocket that he co-wrote with his best friend Owen Wilson, who also starred in the film with his brother, Luke. Based on a short film of the same name that was a huge success at Sundance, the feature version of Bottle Rocket would tank commercially before being saved from obscurity by a legions of film critics and a small but clever audience that appreciated great storytelling and a unique voice, not to mention an MTV Movie Award to Anderson for Best New Filmmaker, maybe the last award the network has given a deserving filmmaker. Martin Scorsese even called Bottle Rocket one of the ten best films of the 90s. The success of Bottle Rocket had as much to do with Owen Wilson as it did Wes Anderson: In his character, Dignon, Wilson created this remarkable blend of deadpan and enthusiasm,
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Interview With Hall Pass Directors Farrelly Brothers

The sibling directors behind Dumb & Dumber talk to Chris Lee about living up to the comedy standard they set, "sharting" and why Sean Penn should be a Stooge.

For their latest film, Hall Pass, directors Bobby and Peter Farrelly cast Wedding Crashers' star Owen Wilson and Saturday Night Live cast member Jason Sudeikis as two horny doofuses from suburban Rhode Island whose long-suffering wives grant them a "week off from marriage."

Related story on The Daily Beast: The Last Film Star

The new raunch comedy, in theaters Friday, gets its laughs from a certain kind of situational humor: explosive diarrhea, premature ejaculation, prison rape, and public masturbation. In one scene, for example, a character defecates in a golf course sand trap after eating a pot brownie-it's that kind of a movie. The Farrelly brothers, the gross-out auteurs responsible for Dumb & Dumber and There's Something About Mary, are clearly back
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Fox picks up The Three Stooges

The Farrelly Brothers’ The Three Stooges may have found a permanent home. The project has switched studios several times over the last decade. It was first at Columbia Pictures, then it went to Warner Bros., and finally MGM where it was delayed along with several other projects. Deadline Hollywood reports that MGM’s bankruptcy plan was approved today, and that opened to the door for Twentieth Century Fox to grab the film.

Bobby and Peter Farrelly are still directing the script written by Mike Cerrone (Outside Providence, Me, Myself and Irene), but no cast has been secured. Jim Carrey recently announced that he’s out (here), and Sean Penn has been in and out of the project for a while. It was then the financial problems at MGM occurred, and the film was delayed. It’s uncertain if Benicio Del Toro is still attached to play Moe as well. However,
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Shawn Hatosy Talks Serial Killing on Dexter, Dead Animals and Southland's Brave New Direction

You may recognize Maryland-born actor Shawn Hatosy for his roles in The Cooler, Outside Providence and Alpha Dog but you would probably have a hard time pegging him to Dexter. Not because you haven't seen Showtime's serial killer drama series, but because Hatosy was completely unrecognizable as Boyd Fowler, an offbeat sociopath who collects roadkill for the Department of Sanitation by day, and tortures, electrocutes and disposes of young women by night.
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'Loosies' cast tightens up

William Forsythe and Joe Pantoliano have joined the cast of the independent drama-comedy "Loosies."According to Variety, the cast includes Peter Facinelli, Michael Madsen, Vincent Gallo and Jaimie Alexander.Verdi-Corrente Productions and Facinelli Films are producing. Michael Corrente ("Outside Providence") is directing from a script by Facinelli.The film focuses on a successful con artist (Facinelli) enjoying his life until confronted with an old one-night stand who tells him she's pregnant with his child.Forsythe.s credits include "Once Upon a Time in America," "Raising Arizona" and "American Me."Pantoliano is best known for his roles as Ralph Cifaretto on HBO.s "The Sopranos" and Guido the Killer Pimp in "Risky Business."
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Corrente’s Latest Indie Gets More Cast

Jaimie Alexander (”Thor”), William Forsythe and Joe Pantoliano have joined the cast of indie drama-comedy “Loosies,” starring Peter Facinelli of “Twilight.” Alexander will play Facinelli’s love interest in “Loosies,” produced by Verdi-Corrente Prods. and Facinelli Films. Michael Madsen and Vincent Gallo also star. “Loosies,” penned by Facinelli, is directed by Michael Corrente (”Outside Providence”).

http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118021616.html?categoryId=3768&cs=1
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'Loosies' from Peter Facinelli gets Jamie Alexander, William Forsyth and Joe Pantoliano.

Jaimie Alexander ("Thor"), William Forsythe and Joe Pantoliano are in "Loosies." They join star Peter Facinelli ("Twilight") in the indie comedy/drama. Also cast are Michael Madsen and Vincent Gallo. Alexander will play Facinelli's love interest in the film produced by Facinelli Films and Verdi-Corrent Productions. Facinelli wrote the screenplay for "Loosies," which is being helmed by Michael Corrente ("Outside Providence"). Facinelli will play a successful pickpocket who meets old one-night stand who tells him she's pregnant with his baby. Verdi-Corrente's first feature is the horror film "Inkubus" which is currently in post-producion and stars Robert Englund.
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Papa Carlisle Cullen Writes a Starring Role Alongside Madsen & Gallo

Papa Carlisle Cullen Writes a Starring Role Alongside Madsen & Gallo
Now that The Twilight Saga has reinvigorated his career, Peter Facinelli, also known as Dr. Carlisle Cullen, is stretching his cinematic reach and writing his own gigs. Variety reports that the actor has penned a new film called Loosies, which will put him alongside the likes of Michael Madsen and Vincent Gallo. Michael Corrente (Outside Providence) will direct when production kicks off next month.

Facinelli will star as "a successful pickpocket living the outlaw lifestyle until confronted with an old one-night stand who tells him that she's pregnant with his child." If the IMDb cast list is right, it looks like the one-night stand could be played by his real-life wife Jennie Garth. As for Madsen and Gallo, there's no word on what sort of characters they'll play, but considering the subject matter, I think it's fair to say that they're a part of the pickpocket's "outlaw lifestyle."

Since this is Facinelli's first screenplay,
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Gallo, Madsen Play Some "Loosies"

Vincent Gallo and Michael Madsen are attached to star in the indie feature "Loosies" for Verdi Corrente Productions says The Hollywood Reporter.

The story line follows a New York City pickpocket who is confronted by a pregnant woman with whom he had a one-night stand. Actor Peter Facinelli ("Twilight," "Damages") wrote the screenplay and will also star.

Michael Corrente ("Outside Providence") is directing and will produce alongside Chad A. Verdi and Glenn Ciano. Shooting kicks off in July.
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Corrrente’s Latest Indie Nabs Interesting Acting Duo

Vincent Gallo and Michael Madsen are attached to star in the indie feature “Loosies” for Verdi Corrente Prods. “Nurse Jackie” and “Twilight” actor Peter Facinelli, who wrote the screenplay, is already set to star. The story line follows a New York City pickpocket who is confronted by a pregnant woman with whom he had a one-night stand. Vcp managing partner Michael Corrente (”Outside Providence”) is producing and directing the project, which begins filming in July. Vcp managing partner Chad A. Verdi is also producing along with Glenn Ciano, who directed the company’s forthcoming “Inkubus.”

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