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Phil Collins Expands Comeback Tour Dubbed ‘Still Not Dead Yet, Live!’

Phil Collins Expands Comeback Tour Dubbed ‘Still Not Dead Yet, Live!’
After a successful run of dates last year on what he cheekily dubbed Not Dead Yet tour, Phil Collins will return to the States for a sequel, the somewhat clunkily-titled Still Not Dead Yet, Live! trek, which kicks off this fall. The tour will hit 15 cities all around the country.

Tickets officially go on sale Friday, March 30th, but there are a couple of presales launching next week, too. People with Citi credit cards will be able to buy tickets on the 26th, and “Verified Fans” may start buying them on the 29th.
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Film Review: Larry Clark’s ‘Marfa Girl 2’

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Film Review: Larry Clark’s ‘Marfa Girl 2’
The year 2018 is not what you would call a Larry Clark moment. The director of “Kids,” “Bully,” “Wassup Rockers,” and the new “Marfa Girl 2” — yes, he has made a sequel to a film that virtually no one saw — is now 75 years old, and he may be the cinema’s last shameless mystic of forbidden sexuality. These days, you know you’re watching a Larry Clark film when the sex scenes are real as opposed to simulated, when the close-ups of genitals (mostly male) are multiple and looming and adoring, and when the performers are non-professional actors whose job is to live up to an ideal of skinny hard-bodied youthful tumescence.

That’s been the Larry Clark fetish going back to his two fabled books of transgressive photographs, “Tulsa” (1971) and “Teenage Lust” (1983), and in 50 years of flesh-gazing it hasn’t changed much. Neither has the fundamental controversy that surrounds and
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Film News Roundup: ‘Whitney’ Filmmaker Kevin Macdonald Partnering With Docsville

  • Variety
In today’s film news roundup, “Whitney” filmmaker Kevin Macdonald is partnering with Docsville, “Marfa Girl 2” is getting distribution, and a Dave Gurney mystery series is heading into development.

Partnerships

Documentary streaming service Docsville has signed a partnership with “Whitney” filmmaker Kevin Macdonald, Variety has learned exclusively.

Macdonald’s credits include “Touching the Void,” “One Day in September,” “The Last King of Scotland,” the thriller “State of Play,” “How I Live Now,” and the upcoming Whitney Houston documentary “Whitney,” which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year.

He won an Academy Award for best documentary in 2000 for “One Day in September,” working with Docsville co-founder Nick Fraser on the film.

“It’s been a joy to work with Kevin over many years, from our collaboration on ‘One Day in September’ up until our most recent efforts with Docsville,” Fraser said. “Having such a talented director on board will surely
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Interview: Christopher Landon Reflects on Disturbia & Discusses Why We Need PG-13 Horror

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Earlier this year, D.J. Caruso’s Disturbia turned 10 years old, and since I was already chatting with him for Happy Death Day, I could not resist chatting with Christopher Landon about the project, which became a turning point in his career as a then up-and-coming screenwriter with huge aspirations.

He discussed how Martha Stewart was the inspiration behind Disturbia, as well as how he channeled his own personal grief into the script. Landon also gave his thoughts on why we always need good PG-13 horror films (and that’s a sentiment this writer is very much in agreement with).

One movie that I feel deserves a little more love is Disturbia, and it turned ten years old earlier this year. I really enjoyed it, and I know it's cool to hate on Shia Labeouf now and everything, but I loved him in it. And he has this great relationship with Carrie-Anne Moss,
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Tara Lipinski Shares Gorgeous Honeymoon Photos -- See the Pics!

Tara Lipinski Shares Gorgeous Honeymoon Photos -- See the Pics!
Tara Lipinski is living her best life in the Maldives.

The former figure skater headed to the tropical locale with her husband, Todd Kapostasy, as the second stop on their honeymoon following their South Carolina wedding last weekend, and has been sharing all the gorgeous pics on Instagram. 

Watch: Tara Lipinski Is Married -- Here's All the Details on Her Sweet Southern Wedding!

"This place is so bananas. @toddkap #TNTravels #TNThoneymoon #ooreethirah #honeymoon #Maldives," Lipinski captioned a snap of herself posing in a tiny two-piece in front of the turquoise ocean.

"The way I see it, I found paradise or maybe I'm just madly in love. @toddkap #TNTravels #TNThoneymoon #ooreethirah #Maldives #honeymoon," she wrote alongside a slideshow of more pics from their picturesque hotel.

Kapostasy made an appearance in another snap, with Lipinski writing, "Another day in paradise with this handsome guy. My husband! It sounds so strange to say that but I'm liking it...a lot!"

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The Voice UK: Judging the final four - Emmanuel, Lucy, Sasha & Stevie

We can't quite believe this is already happening, but the grand final of The Voice UK is on Saturday! We've already got the pizza place on our speed dial and we've obviously turned our sofa away from the television, but we felt that wasn't quite enough preparation, so we decided we should take a little time to assess the top four.

So if you've not been watching - or if you just want a reminder of everything that's led to this point - you're in luck. Read on for our complete guide to the final four...

Emmanuel Nwamadi

Basics: 23-year-old student from London (originally from Nigeria)

Team: Ricky Wilson

Songs performed so far: 'Sweetest Taboo' - Sade (blinds); 'The Living Years' - Mike & the Mechanics (battles); 'I've Been Loving You Too Long' - Otis Redding (knockouts); 'Another Day In Paradise' - Phil Collins (first live show); 'A Whiter
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The Voice UK series 4 live blog: Quarter-finals as they happened

Hello, good evening and welcome to our first Voice UK live blog of 2015. In a neat twist of fate, we're going live at the same time as this year's hopefuls. How about that?

Based on previous series of the spinning-chair spectacular, don't expect any overly harsh judicial criticism from the coaching panel - but do expect the Top 12 contestants to take to the stage, plus performances from reigning Voice UK champion Jermain Jackman and the omnipresent Olly Murs.

Join us from 7.15pm tonight to find out how it all pans out. Maybe, if we're all really good, we'll even get a 'Yeah!' from the one and only Sir Tom Jones.

22:09Howard and Lara from Team Tom, Autumn from Team Ricky and Clark from Team Rita are going home. Ricky comes up to the stage to give Autumn a hug.

Sir Tom is "lost for words" that both his
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The Voice UK series 4 live blog: Top 12 sing live in the quarter-finals

Hello, good evening and welcome to our first Voice UK live blog of 2015. In a neat twist of fate, we're going live at the same time as this year's hopefuls. How about that?

Based on previous series of the spinning-chair spectacular, don't expect any overly harsh judicial criticism from the coaching panel - but do expect the Top 12 contestants to take to the stage, plus performances from reigning Voice UK champion Jermain Jackman and the omnipresent Olly Murs.

Join us from 7.15pm tonight to find out how it all pans out. Maybe, if we're all really good, we'll even get a 'Yeah!' from the one and only Sir Tom Jones.

21:54Smooth-voiced series 3 champ Jermain Jackman is back in the house, sharply attired in Voice UK red. 'How Will I Know' is a solid enough first single - but I think it undersells his talent, which is a bit of a shame.
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Jonah Hill And Miles Teller Begin Shooting Todd Phillips’ Arms & The Dudes

Principal photography is underway on Warner Bros. Pictures’ Arms & The Dudes, starring Oscar nominee Jonah Hill (“The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Moneyball”) and Miles Teller (“Whiplash”).

The Hangover” trilogy director and Oscar nominee Todd Phillips (“Borat” screenplay) is directing the film.

Based on a true story, Arms & The Dudes follows two friends in their early 20s (Hill and Teller) living in Miami during the Iraq War who exploit a little-known government initiative that allows small businesses to bid on U.S. Military contracts. Starting small, they begin raking in big money and are living the high life. But the pair gets in over their heads when they land a $300 million deal to arm the Afghan Military—a deal that puts them in business with some very shady people, not the least of which turns out to be the U.S. Government.

Phillips directs from a screenplay he co-wrote with Jason Smilovic
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'Arms & the Dudes' Beings Shooting with Jonah Hill & Miles Teller

'Arms & the Dudes' Beings Shooting with Jonah Hill & Miles Teller
Principal photography is underway on Warner Bros. Pictures' Arms & the Dudes, starring Oscar nominee Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street, Moneyball) and Miles Teller (Whiplash). The Hangover trilogy director and Oscar nominee Todd Phillips (Borat screenplay) is directing the film. The film will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment company.

Based on a true story, Arms & the Dudes follows two friends in their early 20s (Hill and Teller) living in Miami during the Iraq War who exploit a little-known government initiative that allows small businesses to bid on U.S. Military contracts. Starting small, they begin raking in big money and are living the high life. But the pair gets in over their heads when they land a $300 million deal to arm the Afghan Military - a deal that puts them in business with some very shady people, not the least of which turns out to be the U.
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The Honourable Woman recap: episode five Two Hearts

Kasim's identity is revealed, deals are made, and exposing positive prejudice puts someone in the wrong place at the wrong time, as the drama finally finds its pace

"What the fuck's going on here?" Patience, Shlomo. With some deep background now established, the pacing of this series is impeccable, even if naming this episode after a Phil Collins song is a low blow (I know, I know, it's a reference to Nessa's comments to the imam last week). That said, previous episodes could easily have been named after entries in the great man's oeuvre: Another Day in Paradise, Mama, Easy Lover, Something Happened on the Way to Heaven, Against All Odds

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Spotlight shines on Marfa Girl

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Spotlight shines on Marfa Girl
Exclusive: Spotlight Pictures acquires world rights to Larry Clark’s coming-of-age tale [pictured].

Spotlight Pictures has secured world rights to Larry Clark’s Marfa Girl and has been in talks with buyers here.

Drake Burnette and Adam Mediano star in the coming-of-age tale of a teenager in small-town Texas.

Carlos Rincon of Spotlight negotiated the deal with producer Adam Sherman. Marfa Girl won the 2012 Golden Marc’Aurelio Award at the 2012 Roma Film Festival.

“I could not be more proud to represent Marfa Girl at Cannes,” said Spotlight CEO Matt McCombs.

“Personally, working with Larry means a lot to me. When I was younger Kids was a huge influence on me and my first job in international sales was working on the sales of Larry’s Another Day In Paradise.”

“In my opinion, the true no-holds barred artists in the film industry are so few that you can count them on your fingers,” said Sherman
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I'm a Celebrity final draws nearly 11m viewers | TV ratings - 8 December

Long-running ITV reality show, won by Westlife's Kian Egan, attracts its second highest audience ever across the series

The I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! final attracted nearly 11 million viewers on Sunday night, making it the most-watched climax of the ITV reality series since 2010.

Westlife's Kian Egan was crowned the winner of the 13th series of the show, which attracted an average of 10.9 million viewers and a 42% audience share from 9pm. Viewing hit a five-minute peak of 11.9 million.

Last year's final averaged 9.8 million and peaked with 10.6 million.

While question marks hang over the durability of The X Factor franchise, I'm a Celebrity is in fine fettle with the latest series the second-most watched in the show's history.

Across the series the audience averaged 9.5 million and a 40% share. ITV said that if recorded viewing is added in this rises to 11.5 million, the highest rating of the 13 series to date.
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The Voice's Jonny Gray Talks Beatles, 'Message' Music and the Girl-Group Jam He Almost Covered

The Voice's Jonny Gray Talks Beatles, 'Message' Music and the Girl-Group Jam He Almost Covered
You might not have noticed it at the time, but Jonny Gray‘s collected Season 5 performances on The Voice doubled as a journey through rock-music history.

“What was cool about my time on the show is that I got to hit every era of music: I did the 2000s with The Killers, I did the ’70s with Petty, I did the ’60s with The Beatles, I did the ’90s with The Verve and then I finished it off in the ’80s with Phil Collins. I hit the last 50 years of music!”

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Kat Robichaud Should Not Have Been Saved On ‘The Voice’

‘Voice’ fans were given five minutes to tweet the name of the artist they wanted to save Nov. 12, and after all was said and tweeted, Kat Robichaud was rescued over Josh Logan and Jonny Gray. Twitter voters, you done wrong!

It’s not that Kat Robichaud, 29, is a bad performer. It’s just that The Voice‘s fifth season is so chock-full of better talent — like, say, Jonny Gray and Josh Logan — they she didn’t deserve that save.

Josh Logan: ‘Man In The Mirror’ Deserved The Save

Now, I’m not going to lie and claim that Jonny and Josh are the show’s best performers. Between Matthew Schuler and Jacquie Lee, Team Christina essentially already has this season in the bag. But Josh absolutely crushed the iconic “Man In The Mirror” on the Nov. 11 show.

He put a beautiful, soulful twist on the Michael Jackson tune that
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The Voice Top 12 Performance Night Recap: Another Day for You and Me in Paradise?

The Voice Top 12 Performance Night Recap: Another Day for You and Me in Paradise?
Prediction: Tuesday night’s installment of The Voice will be as painful as cardboard paper cut, as unpopular as the words “Paris Hilton’s pop-culture comeback” and as unwelcome as the “shot through some sorority chick’s ‘heart fingers’” camera angle employed during Matthew Schuler’s Top 12 performance of “Hallelujah.”

Believe it or not, I mean this in no way as an insult to NBC’s juggernaut singing competition. It’s just that, with not a single singer bellyflopping into the very deep talent pool Monday night, the prospect of two impending eliminations seems somehow illegal, or at the very least heartbreaking.
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‘The Voice’: Cole Vosbury Dominates Top 12 With Miguel’s ‘Adorn’

Which two singers do You think deserve to be eliminated tomorrow night? Read our take on the top 12′s performances, then vote!

The Voice‘s top 12 contestants took the stage Nov. 11 for a live face-off of epic proportions — and no, I’m not just saying that because Matt Lauer was in attendance. It really was a huge episode full of incredible talent, but only one singer received a standing ovation from all four coaches: Team Blake’s Cole Vosbury! The bearded powerhouse took a huge risk performing Miguel‘s “Adorn,” but his gamble totally paid off in the end.

The Voice’ Top 12: Who Else Shone Bright?

Caroline Pennell was first on the stage, and she set the bar pretty high with her crowd-pleasing — no, she literally walked into the crowd at one point — performance of “Wake Me Up.” Even Blake Shelton had to tip his (metaphorical) hat to Caroline,
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Guess Who?

Guess Who?
Long before they were co-workers at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, "Mad Men" stars Jay R. Ferguson (Stan Rizzo) and Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell) were teen heartthrobs in the '90s.

As Pajiba recently pointed out, native Texan Ferguson was plucked out of obscurity to play the role of Ponyboy Curtis in the TV adaptation of the feature film "The Outsiders" in 1989. He moved out to Los Angeles at the age of 14 for the part and has been working pretty steadily since.

Here he is in 1990:

And another picture of young Ferguson with David Arquette, who played Two-Bit in "The Outsiders," at the Earthwalk Benefit in 1990:

Ferguson was quite the teen magazine regular:

(Via Ebay)

(Via Ztams)

After "The Outisders" was cancelled 13 episodes in, Ferguson was cast in the Burt Reynolds-fronted sitcom "Evening Shade." He starred on the CBS comedy as Reynolds' character's eldest son throughout the show's four-season run.
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Interview: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer Rev Up ‘Warm Bodies’

Chicago – With the popularity of TV’s “The Walking Dead,” and just the whole trend of faux zombie gatherings in social culture, the undead have never been more popular. A distinct twist on the concept is found in “Warm Bodies,” starring Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer, portraying two very unlikely lovers, alive or undead.

Warm Bodies is directed by Jonathan Levine (“50/50”) and takes place in a post-apocalyptic USA, where normal humans are walled off from brain eating zombies. LIke director and zombie master George Romero, Levine brings to visual life his own script using metaphor, emotion and humor to navigate the landscape of the undead.

Feed Dating?: Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer in “Warm Bodies

Photo credit: Summit Entertainment

Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer are young adult actors who have worked their way up through their ever-progressing TV and film roles. The England-born Hoult made an auspicious major film
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The Academy Unleashes Power Of Kung Fu Collection; Posters To Become Part Of Margaret Herrick Library

The Stranger And The Gunfighter, 1976.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has received a collection of more than 800 kung fu film posters and other related materials from producer, screenwriter and former motion picture executive Stephen Chin, announced Academy COO Ric Robertson. The collection features marketing and promotional items including posters, lobby cards, photographs, toys, comic books, clothing and accessories from Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. It focuses predominantly on the 1970s, which many fans and scholars mark as the golden age of the kung fu film.

“Stephen is a true fan and an extraordinary collector,” said Robertson. “His dedication to documenting this important genre will help the Academy provide film enthusiasts and historians with a broader, deeper view of world cinema.”

The posters, many of which utilize bold graphics and dynamic depictions of action, will join the more than 44,000 posters held by the Academy.s Margaret Herrick Library,
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