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Megyn Kelly Today Cancelled: Relive the 10 'Best' Moments From Her NBC Show

Megyn Kelly Today Cancelled: Relive the 10 'Best' Moments From Her NBC Show
It hasn’t been Megyn Kelly’s week, her month, or even her year. Since her Today show debut in September 2017, the Fox News transplant made headlines for all the wrong reasons.

The show got off to a notoriously rough start and never truly recovered. And on Friday, NBC officially cancelled Megyn Kelly Today. The ax fell just days after her inexplicable defense of blackface drew ire, not just from critics, but from her own Today show colleagues. She apologized twice, but the ground had already been scorched.

What follows is a roundup of the show’s “greatest” moments…

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Three Summers Review – Eiff 2018

As the 16th annual Westival gets underway, festival goers old and new descend on Gladstone Heritage Village in Western Australia and immediately settle into their rival camps: Aboriginal and Morris dancers, punk rockers and ukulele players, winos and musos. Among them are pretentious theremin technician Roland (Robert Sheehan), an Irish dog-washer making his Westival debut in the small workshop hut, and folksy fiddler Keevey (Rebecca Breeds), a seasoned pro who tours with family outfit The Warrickins. Following an ampli-frying duet in which Roland recognises latent talent in Keevey, their mutual attraction threatens to give way to unrequited admiration when he inadvertently criticises her folk rock roots.

Ben Elton’s first film since Maybe Baby in 2000, after which he moved to Freemantle, Western Australia and gained Australian citizenship, Three Summers draws from his experiences of nearby Fairbridge folk festival and presumably his marriage to a bass player to tell the story of a fictional festival.
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Downton Abbey Recap: Wedding Crasher

Downton Abbey Recap: Wedding Crasher
Carson and Mrs. Hughes’ wedding turned out to be a cause for celebration on Sunday’s Downton Abbey — though not for the reason you might have expected.

RelatedDownton Abbey Stars Discuss Mary and Edith’s ‘Rivalry,’ Unexpected Final Arc

Downton’s “it” couple barely had time to swap vows before having its thunder stolen by the return of Tom and little Sybil, not that I’m complaining. After all, I did practically beg for Tom’s comeback in this week’s 20 questions column. “I learned that Downton is my home, and you are my family,” he told the Crawleys of his time in Boston.
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Art Directors Guild Nominations Revealed! Yup, "Star Wars" Is Among the Nominees!

The Art Directors Guild has unveiled the nominees of its 20th anual Excellence in Production Design Awards and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is one of the contenders in the Contemporary Feature Film category. But it may be hard for the force to beat the magical "Cinderella!"

And as a big Madonna fan, yup I'm a Rebel Heart, it's heartwarming to see the icon as one of the nominees in the Short Format category for her "Ghosttown" music video! The only music video nominated!

Winners will be announced on January 31. Here's the full list of nominees of the Art Directors Guild Awards:

Excellence In Production Design For A Feature Film In 2015

Period Film

Bridge Of Spies

Production Designer: Adam Stockhausen

Crimson Peak

Production Designer: Thomas E. Sanders

The Danish Girl

Production Designer: Eve Stewart

The Revenant

Production Designer: Jack Fisk


Production Designer: Mark Ricker

Fantasy Film


Production Designer:
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Ratings: Htgawm Slips Again, Hits Lows for Third Straight Week

Ratings: Htgawm Slips Again, Hits Lows for Third Straight Week
ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy (with 8.1 million total viewers and a 2.2 rating), Scandal (8.8 mil/2.6) and How to Get Away With Murder (7.2 mil/2.2), per finals, all dipped in the demo this Thursday, thus marking Htgawm‘s third consecutive week of hitting series lows.

RelatedGrey’s Anatomy Recap: Maybe Baby

RelatedScandal Recap: White House Frown

RelatedHow to Get Away With Murder Recap: ‘Tonya, You Negligent Slut!’


NBC | Heroes Reborn (4.4 mil/1.2) dropped 12 and 25 percent in its third week, The Blacklist (7 mil/1.5) slipped 10 and 16 percent and The Player (4.4 mil/0.9) dipped a tenth.

RelatedHeroes Reborn Recap: Suicide Squad

Fox | Bones (5.9 mil/1.3) ticked down,
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Nashville Recap: Sob Story

Nashville Recap: Sob Story
Ladies and gentlemen, Nashville‘s Beverly O’Connor — bless her heart — has left the building.

Yes, the aneurysm that closed out the last episode left Scarlett’s abusive mama/Deacon’s spiteful sister/Rayna’s jealous hater hitching a ride on the gleaming Greyhound to the great beyond. Only problem is, in the same way Bev never knew how to exit an argument gracefully, her brain-dead body hasn’t gotten the memo — creating drama, strife and freefloating sadness for her daughter and brother (and those who love them).

Which leads me directly to some real talk for Rayna’s man: Deacon Edward* Claybourne,
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Arnold Schwarzenegger to receive Golden Icon Award at Zurich Film Festival

The organisers of the Zurich Film Festival have announced that Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger is to be honoured at this year’s festival with the Golden Icon Award.

Schwarzenegger, who returned to action on the silver screen in 2013’s The Last Stand after his stint as Governor of California, is to be honoured with the award as he is at the festival to showcase his latest film, zombie thriller/drama Maggie, as well as participating in a Q&A session discussing his career and life.

See Also: Read Our Review Of Maggie Here

Zurich Film Festival co-director Karl Spoerri in a statement today: “We are extraordinarily proud to welcome Arnold Schwarzenegger, one of Hollywood’s most iconic legends, to Zurich and are delighted that he will share his films and stories with our public… Arnold has had a transformative career that no one in Hollywood can match and established himself as a global brand,
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Three more clips from Maggie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin

Three new clips have arrived online for Maggie, the upcoming zombie thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger (Terminator Genysis), Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine) and Joely Richardson (Maybe Baby).

See Also: Read our review of Maggie here

Maggie is a precocious young woman growing up with all the typical teen angst and stress that girls her age face. But the difference is Maggie is infected with a virus, and is slowly turning into a zombie. Society exists as a post-zombie pandemic world where those infected are treated like patients and the zombies are taken care of. Maggie is holed up in her remote house with her father Wade who is looking after her. He believes he can save her from the virus, restoring her to good health. But as the virus advances and slowly consumes Maggie’s body, tensions run high and their father/daughter relationship is put to the test. This
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Watch the first clip from Maggie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin

Lionsgate, Roadside Attractions and Grindstone Entertainment Group have today released the first clip for the apocalyptic thriller Maggie, which stars Arnold Schwarzenegger (Terminator Genysis), Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine) and Joely Richardson (Maybe Baby).

Written by John Scott 3, the film is being helmed by Henry Hobson, who makes his directorial debut, and tells the story of a deadly zombie virus that has put a plague on the world. When Maggie, a vivacious young woman becomes infected, her father brings her home to let her be with their family. As Maggie’s condition worsens, their relationship is tested, a father’s love holding on stronger than the disease. This heart-wrenching twist on the zombie apocalypse puts a human face on an inexplicable horror.

Maggie is released in Us cinemas and on-demand on May 8th and in the UK on July 17th.
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Blu-ray Release: The Buddy Holly Story

Blu-ray Release Date: Aug. 12, 2014

Price: Blu-ray $29.95

Studio: Twilight Time

Gary Busey stars in The Buddy Holly Story.

A relatively normal Gary Busey (Insignificance) stars in the 1978 music-filled bio-pic The Buddy Holly Story, making its Blu-ray debut from Twilight Time.

Directed by Steve Rash, the movie sketches the tale of the rock-and-roll legend Buddy Holly (Busey), a Texas boy whose musical imagination changed the face of popular music. Busey and his on-screen bandmates (Charles Martin Smith, Don Stroud) played and sang Holly’s landmark songs (including “That’ll Be the Day,” “Maybe Baby,” “Peggy Sue,” and “Not Fade Away”) live for the film, which won an Academy Award for Joe Renzetti for Best Musical Score Adaptation.

As supplier Twilight Time prints up only 3,000 copies of each title, the time to order your Blu-ray discs directly from distributor Screen Archives is Now!
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Ben Elton gets a Wiggle-on

Ben Elton and The Wiggles may seem a strange combination but the Englishman is attached to write and direct a movie featuring the Australian group.

Entitled The Wiggles- Pandamonium!, the movie will follow the quartet as they race against time and employ their unique talents to overcome mysterious challenges to return a lost baby panda to his family.

The producers are Paul Field, who manages the group and is the brother of co-founder Anthony Field, Michael Wrenn and Gary Hamilton. Anthony is the executive producer. The project was one of the recipients of the latest round of development funding from Screen Australia.

Elton was a Wiggles fan when his twins were growing up. .The Wiggles are setting records for attendances for their shows in Australia, with 90 sold-out shows so far,. Paul Field told If.. .So a new generation of Wiggles fans has embraced Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony as their own.
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Scandal Round Table: "Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington"

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Welcome back to another edition of the Scandal Round Table.

This week we're discussing Drunk Mellie, jealousy, and, of course, Papa Pope. Pull up a keyboard and join TV Fanatic staff members Jim Garner, Christine Orlando, Leigh Raines, Miranda Wicker, and Emily from ABC Scandal Fans as they break down "Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington."


What was your favorite scene or quote from this Scandal Season 3 episode?

Jim: I enjoyed watching Fitz tell Olivia the truth, trusting that she would do the right thing. For better or worse, Olivia did the right thing to save more lives. 

Christine: Drunk Mellie telling Fitz why she needed saint Olivia to live was just awesome. "She's the strings that if need be I will pull to make my puppet husband dance." So very true and one of the many reasons why I can't get enough of Mellie.

Leigh: I loved drunk Mellie!
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The Oranges: Hugh Laurie’s Most Famous Roles!

Acclaimed actor Hugh Laurie is an absolute jewel in the encrusted crown that is the British film industry, and has starred in countless roles in films, television and theatre both sides of the pond, not to mention his more recent music career where he adds yet another string to his bow! Now, you can catch him starring as David Walling in The Oranges, in UK and Irish cinemas from 7th December.

The Oranges tells the story of two families; the Walling’s and the Ostroff’s who are thrust in to a moral dilemma when the eldest Ostroff daughter Nina (Leighton Meester) embarks on an affair with patriarch of the Walling household David (Laurie), old enough to be her father. This quirky, off-beat comedy also stars Hollywood favourites Catherine Keener and Oliver Platt, and sheckshy heart-throb Adam Brody.

Here, we take a look at some of Hugh Laurie’s most
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Loveable Rogues release 'First Things First' mixtape

Loveable Rogues have released their first mixtape online. The trio have put out 'First Things First' on the web, which is available to download for free on their official Facebook page. The collection includes covers of Blur's 'Charmless Man', Eternal's 'I Wanna Be The Only One' and I Wayne's 'Can't Satisfy Her'. The mixtape also features collaborations with Ed Drewett on 'What A Night', Fiona Bevan on 'Maybe Baby' and Ms D on 'Honest', which they performed on the final of Britain's Got Talent. 'First Things First' serves as an insight (more)
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'Up All Night' Cast Goo Goo Ga Ga for Babies

'Up All Night' Cast Goo Goo Ga Ga for Babies
Bright eyed and bushy tailed, the cast of Up All Night left their kids nesting at home on Tuesday night while they talked babies at Paley Center for the Media. The show's renewal for a second season is still up in the air, but potential plotlines could change the dynamic of the core threesome of Maya Rudolph, Christina Applegate, and Will Arnett.

Related: Maya Rudolph Brings The Laughs 'All Night' Long

Christina has fallen in love with the little twin girls who play her daughter Amy and would "protest" if the show decides to flash-forward in time. "I don't want new babies," she objected. "[I'm] putting my foot down. [They're] part of the family."

Age gap aside, the co-stars have bonded off screen too. Christina's daughter Sadie is often a fixture on the kid-friendly set and has "play dates" with her fictional daughters. The girls' parents also attended the panel in Beverly Hills and gave their blessing for [link
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Archer Season 3 Episode 7 Review: Maybe Baby Daddy And Son

Beware of the evil temptress that is Pam (Amber Nash) because she is such a great lay that you will forget about all of your responsibilities. But then again, we’re talking about Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) here.

Who knew a night of Green Russians and strip clubs–the only way to grieve–after a co-worker’s wake–would lead to a hot, steamy sex, which Archer claims to be the best he’s ever had? Considering the conquests he’s had over the years, including Lana (Aisha Tyler), that was a bold statement; so when he opened his door to find Pam sitting on the toilet making bread, well that’s the kind of horrifying reveal that lets you know this was going to be a memorable episode.

The hook-ups on Archer rarely ever surprise (at this point), but this is one of those rare times when it shocked you at first,
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The Oranges – review

The novelty of seeing Hugh Laurie on the big screen is not enough to compensate for a script that's pure Sunny Delight

The Oranges is Hugh Laurie's first live action lead since Maybe Baby, back in 1999. That raises expectations: after all, he can hardly need either the cash or the kudos. But after The Oranges had unpeeled, I had a flashback to just what a turkey Maybe Baby - a fertility comedy scripted by Ben Elton - really was. This film is nowhere near that awful, but it's a reminder that Laurie's eye for a project doesn't necessarily correlate with his standing and talent.

The second feature from British director Julian Farino, now a staple on the La TV scene, it's a sitcom-ish dramedy set in the flush suburb of New Jersey, to which it owes its title. The two families at the film's heart are so close as
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Hugh Laurie Picked For Mr Pip

When you’re rumoured to be the best paid actor in television (now that Charlie Sheen is devoted to spreading the gospel of “win” across America) and have become an unlikely sex symbol in your late forties, employing this relatively new-found superstardom on the big-screen can be more than a little tricky. Although onetime Stephen Fry sidekick Hugh Laurie had a movie career prior to the phenomenon that was his portrayal of a misanthropic medic (including the likes of Stuart Little and Maybe Baby), he failed to bring the revelatory small screen gravitas he has acquired since he became Gregory House to the cinema. Laurie’s one major live-action role since his trans-Atlantic success was David Ayer’s perfectly adequate, but rather unloved, Street Kings.

Now the former presidents of the Footlights is set to try again in an adaptation of Commonwealth Writer’s Prize winning novel Mr Pip by New Zealander Lloyd Jones.
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Hugh Laurie to star in Mister Pip for Andrew Adamson

Anyone with sense enough to read these words will love Hugh Laurie. Upper class twit of the new wave of British comedy in the early 80s, he escaped with Stephen Fry to star in their own comedy series as well as appearing in three series of Blackadder and became, again with Fry, the epitome of Jeeves and Wooster and has found an indecent amount of fame as an American doctor in House MD.

I can’t remember seeing Laurie in anything approaching a leading role on the big screen for a long time, IMDb is taking me back to 2000′s Maybe Baby (when he played a character named Sam Bell – perhaps Moon is the unofficial sequel to this?) or Stuart Little the year before. He’s a talented dramatic actor, particularly when playing against type (at least against what his tpe was before his tenure in House), and today’s
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Southern California Actors' Resource Guide

Studios For Rentmadilyn Clark Studios 10852 Burbank Blvd.North Hollywood, CA 91601(818) 506-7762www.madilynclarkstudios.comR. Five studios: Studio A: 30'x60'. Studio B: 20'x40'. Studio C: 16'x24'. Studio D: 15'x20'. Studio E: 20'x40'. Each studio equipped with piano, sound system, mirrors with curtain, wood floor, refrigerator, tables, and chairs. Garden for lunch and breaks.Contact: Madilyn ClarkDUARTE Dance CENTER2084C Central Ave.Duarte, CA 91010(626) 256-6994www.duartedancecenter.comR, H&R, W. Studio A: 600 sq. ft. Studio B: 1,000 sq. ft. There are also 50 folding chairs.Contact: Rosemary WrightSo you've got the space, and the play's in great shape. Want anyone other than your mom and your agent to know about it? And how about programs, tickets, fliers, posters? You should have thought of all that. We've done some of that thinking for you. Of course, if your main goal is to reach industry folks (and how dare we
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