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Tiffany Haddish Marvels Over New Pal Taylor Swift: 'Oh, I Like This B***h!'

Tiffany Haddish Marvels Over New Pal Taylor Swift: 'Oh, I Like This B***h!'
Tiffany Haddish is spilling secrets about her new pal, Taylor Swift!

During her guest appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on Sunday, the Girls Trip star opened up about what it was like meeting and hanging out with the blond beauty.

Haddish, 38, and Swift, 27, first crossed paths while filming Saturday Night Live together last month. Following their meeting, the "Gorgeous" singer invited Haddish to her house for dinner.

"She has those old school 1980 Polaroid cameras all over, and she takes lots of pictures and makes these really beautiful collages," Haddish said, when host Andy Cohen asked what people would be surprised to know about Swift. "It's so funny, when she came in [to SNL], she came immediately into my room, it was like, 'I love your comedy. I've been watching you, I know all of your stuff.'"

"She started quoting jokes [from] like 10 years ago," Haddish continued. "I was like, 'Oh, I like this
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Jurassic World 2: How The Sequel Intends To Be Jurassic Park 5, And More

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You probably saw Jurassic World. I'm not saying that because I've been watching you (though, really, you should change that shirt). I'm saying that because the box office haul that film brought in was so huge I'm sure that you- and even your dog- saw the dang thing. The reboot-within-a-sequel made $1.7 billion dollars worldwide, and will naturally get a sequel. Jurassic World 2 will be helmed by a fellow named J.A. Bayona (A Monster Calls), who'll be taking the reins from Colin Trevorrow- who is now slated to direct Star Wars: Episode IX. Bayona, who's new to the series, offered some insight into how he's approaching Jurassic World 2. 

In a chat with Cinema Blend, Bayona revealed how he expects the film to simultaneously be Jurassic World 2 and Jurassic Park 5. If you'll recall, the first film was definitely a continuation of the original series, but it was packed with new characters
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Mockingjay Part 2 trailer: 8 talking points for the Hunger Games swansong

Mockingjay Part 2 trailer: 8 talking points for the Hunger Games swansong
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 76th Hunger Games," Finnick Odair murmurs darkly in the new trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2.

Though the government-sanctioned Games are officially behind them, Katniss and her fellow rebels find themselves walking once again into a rigged battlefield laden with traps, as they make their final descent on the Capitol to overthrow President Snow.

Below, Digital Spy picks out 8 talking points from this trailer for The Hunger Games' final chapter.

1. Katniss & Peeta reunited

There is hope, Everlark shippers! Despite Katniss being strangled half to death by a brainwashed Peeta last time we saw them, the pair are seen getting close again – and even sharing a mid-battle kiss.

2. President Snow remains a creepy bastard

"My dear Miss Everdeen, I've been watching you, and you watching me…" Shudder. The endlessly sinister relationship between Snow and Katniss feels like a framing device as sorts for this finale,
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Jon Hamm Highlights Jon Stewart's Vocal Talents on 'Daily Show'

Jon Hamm Highlights Jon Stewart's Vocal Talents on 'Daily Show'
As Jon Stewart's tenure as host of The Daily Show comes to a close, the send-offs are just beginning. Tuesday night's guest, Jon Hamm, appeared to introduce a special tribute dedicated to one of Stewart's more underrated talents: his voice.

"Here's what I like about you," Stewart said to Hamm. "You're the only other person on TV who spells 'Jon' correctly."

"I've been watching you for 16 long, long years," Hamm began while standing behind Stewart. "It's your voice, Jon. Your glorious voice. It's like Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand and
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Watch: Deacon Makes a Big Decision Before Going Under the Knife on Nashville's Season Finale

Watch: Deacon Makes a Big Decision Before Going Under the Knife on Nashville's Season Finale
'Til death do they part?

In an exclusive sneak peek at this season's finale episode of Nashville, cancer-stricken Deacon (Charles Esten) is panicking about dying right before heading into a liver transplant surgery – thanks to a donation from his sister Beverly (Dana Wheeler-Nicholson) – that could potentially save his life.

With Rayna (Connie Britton) by his bedside, Deacon frantically proposes to her, believing he may not have another chance to do so after having premonitions of being buried.

"Marry me," he pleads. "Right here, right now, before I go in there I want you to get married to me."

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Ellen DeGeneres Introduces “Sexiest Costume Yet”: Amal Clooney!

She’s developed a reputation for stellar Halloween getups and Ellen DeGeneres introduced her latest costume for the Friday, October 31st episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

The talk show queen walked out wearing a replica of an Oscar de la Renta wedding dress as part of what she called her “sexiest costume yet,” aka Amal Clooney.

Ms. DeGeneres told her cheering audience, "I'm Amal, the luckiest woman in the world, Mrs. George Clooney. Say hi, George."

Ellen continued, "I've been watching you out here, and I look at you as an extended wedding party. And you know how people hook up at weddings! I think it'd be really great if there are any single people here and you hook up. What a great story to tell people- ‘We met at the Ellen Wedding Party. I was SpongeBob and he was a pickle.'"
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Eye Candy! David Decoteau Returns With More Beefcake Bounty

Director David Decoteau (or as he’s also been known through the years, Julian Breen, Ellen Cabot, Richard Chasen, Marc Denne, David Doe, Wilma Rubble, Victoria Sloan, H.L. Smokum) is a legend in the B-Movie industry, having invented his own genre of film known as “Boxer Briefs Horror.”

We’ve paid tribute to his contributions twice before, the first time featuring such titles as Haunted Frat and Giant Killer Bees, and the second round showcased the unforgettable Frankenqueen and Hercules Unbound.

But because nothing beats a Hollywood trilogy, it’s time to take a third leap into the oeuvre that gave us the classics Voodoo Academy, Leeches!, Killer Bash, and The Brotherhood series (1 -6!)

* Note – I have not actually seen any of these films, but the trailers should tell us all we need to know

Kreepy Kerry

Storyline: A recent transplant to Bradbury Academy is finding it difficult to contain his deadly empathic powers,
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Enlisted Sneak Peek: Watch Parker Young's Hilarious "Awesome Soldier Lip-Sync" Music Video Now!

Enlisted Sneak Peek: Watch Parker Young's Hilarious
Who says soldiers can't dance?! In Friday's all-new episode of Enlisted, Fox's hilarious new sitcom, Randy (Parker Young) pays the young son of a deployed solider a visit at his bedroom window ("It's Ok, I've been watching you for a long time," he says. "Let me start that over."), and gifts us with the viewing experience that is his amazing music video. In an exclusive sneak peek, we're spreading the comedic wealth, giving you Randy's "Awesome Solider Lip-Sync" video in all its hilarious glory. "Yeah, that's me. What's up?!" Randy says with pride, before attempting to have a serious talk with the kid, who is so not having it. Oh,...
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Simon Cowell says 'X Factor' series 10 is "absolutely incredible"

Simon Cowell has given the X Factor series 10 his approval after making a surprise appearance at the show's launch event in Mayfair, London.

Cowell popped up at the end of the screening of episodes 1 and 2 from the new series, shocking journalists and this year's judges - Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh, Sharon Osbourne and Nicole Scherzinger.

"Did you see me! I've been watching you," Cowell joked when he appeared on stage.

Giving his verdict on the new series, he said: "This is 10 years of X Factor. This was the first time I've seen the show edited. It was absolutely incredible.

"Great panel, great talent. It's just so easy after 10 years to get lazy and make the same show again, but the enthusiasm and the energy and the judging panel are fantastic. And the hosts, Dermot, Caroline [and] the new arrival Matt."

The X Factor returns on Saturday (August 31) at 8pm on ITV.
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NFL Quarterback Kurt Warner on Manti Te'o, Lance Armstrong and Tim Tebow

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In the spring, former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner appears on USA Network as host of "The Moment," a reality series in which people who had to let go of a cherished ambition get a second chance at achieving their dreams.

Second chances are something Warner knows about. After remaining undrafted in 1994, he got to try out for the Green Bay Packers' training camp that same year, but was released before the beginning of the regular season. Told he wasn't ready to throw the ball in the NFL, Warner moved in with his in-laws and got a night job stocking shelves at a grocery store in Cedar Falls, Iowa, for $5.50 an hour.

He later went to work for his alma mater, the University of Northern Iowa, as an assistant coach. When no NFL team wanted him, Warner then found success in the Arena Football League, which lead to a failed tryout invitation from the Chicago Bears.
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Jennifer Lopez Thought Her 'World Had Fallen Apart' After Split

Jennifer Lopez Thought Her 'World Had Fallen Apart' After Split
var brightcovevideoid = '2096562738001'; Jennifer Lopez knows how Leslie Rodgers feels. The actress-singer, 43, who plays the character in the crime thriller Parker, tells People that when she and Marc Anthony began divorce proceedings, she "felt like my whole world had fallen apart." Lopez, who was just going through the breakup at the time she began filming the movie, says she related to her character. "Leslie had just gone through her own divorce," she explains. "It's a bad time in her life."Related: Jennifer Lopez: Casper Smart Helped Me Heal After DivorceBut Lopez isn't the only one who spotted similarities
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Steve Halliwell "happy to stay" on 'Emmerdale'

Steve Halliwell
Emmerdale's Steve Halliwell has reiterated that he is "happy to stay" playing Zak Dingle on Emmerdale. The actor, who has previously said he would like to play Zak "forever", made his debut on the show in 1994 but said he still feels like a new addition to the soap. Speaking to Pa ahead of the upcoming 40th anniversary episode, he said: "I still feel like a bit of a newcomer but when it comes up to 40 years and I realise I've been in it 18 or 19, I've been there nearly half of that. It's unbelievable how time flies. "It's odd when young actors and actresses come on and say, 'I've been watching you since I was that height', and I think, 'Have you?'" (more)
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'Body of Proof's' Dana Delany suspects Mark Valley 'ruined my naked yoga'

Dana Delany thinks she soon might get to the bottom of "one of the all-time-best practical jokes" ever played on her.

When the "China Beach" Emmy winner's ABC medical-mystery series "Body of Proof" begins its third round at midseason, she'll be reunited with Mark Valley, previously her co-star on Fox's short-lived "Pasadena." He's resurfacing as a police-detective ex-flame of Dr. Megan Hunt (Delany), and the actress maintains that as straight-arrow as many of his characters are, Valley is a world-class prankster.

"I was so happy to see him," Delany tells Zap2it. "We did a little screen test together, and he's a great guy. I feel there's a side of Mark that people need to see. We saw some of it in 'Pasadena,' but not a lot of people saw that show. He's usually cast as the handsome a**hole, and there's more to Mark than that.

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Horror Channel’s ‘Horror Bites’ – August Edition

Welcome horror fans to the UK debut of the August edition of Horror Bites, the Horror Channel’s monthly guide to some of the highlights coming your way in August… Yes, you did read that right folks, our good friends at the Horror Channel have let us have the exclusive UK debut of their monthly show Horror Bites.

Hosted by Emily Booth, you’ll see Horror Bites right here on Blogomatic3000 before anywhere else!

Given that August is the month all horror fans love – at least in the UK – given that it’s the month that London’s Frightfest takes place, this month on the Horror Channal sees a special Season of Director’s Night specials with introductions by the four FrightFest supremos as the team behind FrighFest pick 6 of their favourites from the festival’s past 13 years and tell you why you should be watching them. Featuring Martyrs, Bad Biology,
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"Game of Thrones" Recap: "Is He a Ham?"

Hell's horses, that was a fun one, eh? Extreme spanking, torture, amputation, and the most alarming birth since American Horror Story made this week's Game of Thrones the leg-crosser of the season. Let's dig in!

The episode is of course preceded by my favorite letters in the Western alphabet: AC, Al, Gv, and N. Together, they spell H-a-p-p-y L-o-r-d-s D-a-y Y-a-l-l!

The opening credits let us know that we're going to be introduced to yet another new land - this one looks to be waaaaay out there. Like, Staten Island out there. It's called Qarth, which sounds like a home accounting software with a speech impediment.

Stark, raving mad (Richard Madden)

It's raining in Westeros (my haaaair is a meesssss...) and two Lannisterian soldiers are joking about in the dark about the fighting prowess of Lorax, the Knight of Flowers. One points out that he can't be that good of a swordsman,
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Indie Spotlight

  • DailyDead
We’re back with the latest installment of our Indie Spotlight. Each feature includes the latest independent horror news sent our way. If you want to be included in our next spotlight, send us an email.

Six Degrees of Hell Retro Poster: A new vintage-style poster has been released for Six Degrees of Hell:

“Ever walk through one of those Halloween haunted attractions and wonder how real it all looked? What if it was? Six individuals are caught in a supernatural perfect storm that has come to claim one of them and tear apart the soul of a small town.”

Directed by Joe Raffa, Six Degrees of Hell features Corey Feldman, Cloris Leachman, Tara Reid, Nicole Cinaglia and David Bonner. The film is set to be released later this year. To check out the poster, visit the official Six Degrees of Hell Facebook page:
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Review: Is David DeCoteau's "1313" The Greatest Film Series Since "Lord Of The Rings?"

Sam Page, Cory Monteith, Josh Henderson, Drew Fuller

Filmmaker David DeCoteau has become famous for two things - creating his own genre of film (boxer briefs horror), and for casting hot young actors who may or may not go on to bigger things, but more than likely would rather have all evidence of their involvement (see above) wiped from their resumes.

Under a myriad of alternate names (my favorite being Richard Chasen), David has brought us such memorable trash as The Brotherhood Series, Leeches!, Wolves Of Wall Street, and well, too many to list. If you go further down his filmography, you'll find a soft core classic (Leather Jacket Love Story), and some more ... directly sexual films.

But for whatever reason, David has turned his attention to carving out his own niche, and is now expanding on it with an ambitious new series of films titled 1313. They combine those DeCoteau
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A scream queen reunion- Linnea, Brinke and Michelle, all in one film!

David DeCoteau Legendary scream queen Brinke Stevens (Teenage Exorcist, Haunting Fear) announced on her official Facebook wall that this week she is reteaming with cult director David DeCoteau (Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama) to star in "Cougar Cult". 

Cougar Cult starts filming this week. The film will reunite Brinke Stevens with fellow scream queen alum Linnea Quigley (Night of the Demons, The Return of the Living Dead) and Michelle Bauer (Nightmare Sisters, Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers).

It's nice to see David DeCoteau getting back to his scream queen roots after spending over a decade with scream twinks in such efforts as Voodoo Academy and The Brotherhood. Or maybe given the title, he plans on merging the two together in one film? We'll just have to wait and see....


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David DeCoteau strikes back with "1313: Haunted Frat"

1313 Haunted Frat Legendary schlock master David DeCoteau (Voodoo Academy, The Brotherhood) strikes again with yet another entry in his ultra campy horror series - 1313. Of course, a David DeCoteau film wouldn't be complete without a bunch of tasty hunks running around in their tightie whities, and it appears that "1313: Haunted Frat" certainly delivers on that promise. However, this time around it seems like DeCoteau is capitalizing on the recent trend of nerd chic, by featuring a hot nerd as his leading man.

Starring an assortment of twinks including David Flannery, Luke Allen, Derek North (College Debts, 1313 Giant Killer Bees) and Jake Madden, 1313: Haunted Frat takes place during Spring Break. With most of the frat members out partying, the few remaining pledges are haunted by a sinister visitor. Turns out the fraternity was built atop the burned ruins of an insane asylum.

1313: Haunted Frat arrives to DVD on
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A B-Movie Box Set Guaranteed to Give You Wood

There was only one Ed Wood. To call the man different is a bit of an understatement. One thing is for sure though ... for better or worse, Ed has become a legend, and a new box set is on the way that celebrates the very best (and worst) from the world's most infamous filmmaker.

From the Press Release

Ed Wood was an American screenwriter, director, producer, actor, author, and editor who often performed many of these functions simultaneously. In the 1950s, Wood made a number of cheap genre films (and attempted a number of failed TV pilots), now enjoyed for their technical errors, unsophisticated special effects, large amounts of ill-fitting stock footage, idiosyncratic dialogue, eccentric casts and outlandish plot elements, although his flair for showmanship gave his projects at least a modicum of critical success.

Wood's popularity waned soon after his biggest "name" star, Bela Lugosi, died. He was able
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