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Popular Teenage Movies You Should Not Watch With Your Parents

Spending quality time with your family is important, and one of the most fun ways of doing that is definitely doing one of America’s favorite past times. That’s right, going to the movies. It’s an economical way of getting together with your parents and hanging out. But sometimes, there are certain scenes or even entire movies that can make things pretty awkward real fast. We have compiled a list in our video of some of the movies that make us cringe near our parents and we recommend you don’t watch them together with your folks.

One of the worst on this list is definitely Eurotrip. It follows a guy who gets dumped at his high school graduation and goes to Europe to meet his pen pal. But this quest is filled with so much inappropriate stuff, we are pretty sure your parents will turn off the television so quick,
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Inside the Collector’s Paradise of David Mandel’s ‘Veep’ Office

Inside the Collector’s Paradise of David Mandel’s ‘Veep’ Office
Walking into David Mandel’s second-floor office on the Paramount lot, where he writes HBO’s political comedy “Veep,” is like stepping into a museum of pop culture memorabilia. From posters and original prop portraits from his show on the walls to shelves of action figures, toy cars, and DVDs, Mandel lets his collector’s flag fly. “Among the things I collect are TV and movie props. I have a Lot of stuff,” he laughs. “So to actually have stuff from the things that I’ve worked on is extra enjoyable. It has a double meaning.”

Judgmental Eyes are Watching You

Hanging over the couch perpendicular to Mandel’s desk is the portrait of Mee-Maw, the imposing matriarch of Selina Meyer’s (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) “Veep” family who famously passed away in the fourth episode of the fifth season — Mandel’s first season. “Selina, who is not particularly good with her emotions, needs
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Matt Damon vs. Ben Affleck: Film Critics Are Forced to Pick a Favorite — IndieWire Critics Survey

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Matt Damon vs. Ben Affleck: Film Critics Are Forced to Pick a Favorite — IndieWire Critics Survey
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film and TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best film in theaters right now?”, can be found at the end of this post.)

From “School Ties” to “Live By Night” and this weekend’s “The Great Wall,” Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have each — for better and worse — left a considerable and ever-increasing footprint in the cultural landscape. But while the world is wide enough for both of them, our hearts are not. And so, we forced our panel of critics to choose: Ben Affleck or Matt Damon?

There can be only one.

Charles Bramesco (@intothecrevasse), Freelance with Rolling Stone, Vulture, Vox

This is a toughie. In terms of looks, both Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s faces remind me of between forty and fifty of my least-favorite classmates during
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Matt Damon Explains the Story Behind His Greatest Cameo Ever

If you're a fan of Matt Damon and Matt Damon-starring movies, then you're most likely also a fan of Matt Damon's cameos. See, Matt Damon is fond of cameos. He may be one of the biggest movie stars in the world -- leading major hits like The Martian and this week's Jason Bourne -- but he's also a master at the bit part, the blink-and-you-miss-him role that often finds itself tucked into the corner of some random movie or TV show, just waiting to surprise you. Our favorite all-time Matt Damon cameo might be the only thing you actually remember about the 2004 teen sex comedy EuroTrip, about a bunch of high school friends who go on a trip to Europe after one of them is dumped by his girlfriend. But it's the scene where poor Scotty is dumped that stands out...

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HBO Inks Overall Deal with ‘Silicon Valley’ Showrunner Alec Berg (Exclusive)

HBO Inks Overall Deal with ‘Silicon Valley’ Showrunner Alec Berg (Exclusive)
HBO has signed writer and producer Alec Berg to an overall deal, Variety has learned exclusively.

As showrunner on “Silicon Valley,” Berg’s business with HBO is heating up even more, as he co-created Bill Hader’s upcoming comedy “Barry,” which was recently ordered to series.

Under the new two-year pact, Berg will continue his showrunner and exec producer duties on “Silicon Valley,” as well as exec producing “Barry.” He will also bring new development projects to the premium cabler.

Berg has long been in the HBO family, as he was exec producer, writer and director on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” on which he worked for four seasons. He first worked with Larry David on “Seinfeld,” rising the ranks from staff writer to exec producer. For his work on “Curb,” he shared three best comedy Emmy nominations, and for “Seinfeld,” he shared two noms.

Berg co-created “Barry” with Hader, and will serve as exec producer and writer. The
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Real Life ‘Sliver': ‘ER’ Actor J.P. Manoux Arrested on Voyeurism Charge

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Real Life ‘Sliver': ‘ER’ Actor J.P. Manoux Arrested on Voyeurism Charge
American actor J.P. Manoux was arrested in Toronto on Tuesday after voluntarily turning himself in to face a voyeurism charge.

Two women, 27 and 25, were renting out Manoux’s condominium in the Canadian city when they called the police on Jan. 22 to report they had discovered hidden cameras and video equipment connected to the internet.

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The Toronto Police Service said in a statement that the property has been rented out in the past, and they “believe there may be other victims.

The 45-year-old actor was living in Toronto for his regular role on CTV sitcom “Spun Out,
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Beyond Clueless review: The '90s teen movie gets deconstructed

Beyond Clueless review: The '90s teen movie gets deconstructed
Director: Charlie Lyne; Starring: Fairuza Balk, Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, Devon Sawa, Seth Green, Jessica Alba, Scott Mechlowicz, Freddie Prinze Jr, Running time: 89 mins; Certificate: 15

A densely-packed dive into the world of teen movies from '90s to present, documentary Beyond Clueless will hit all the right notes for those with an affinity for Cher Horowitz, Cady Heron and their spiritual brothers and sisters.

The Kickstarter-backed project, directed by Ultra Culture founder Charlie Lyne, ditches the conventional talking heads approach to get under the skin of the genre and examine how they relate to the adolescent audiences who hoover them up.

Narrating it all is Fairuza Balk, star of '90s favourite The Craft, lending her husky tones to guide us through a maze of high school, raging hormones and rites of passage tales. Footage from north of 200 films are included, with Lyne spreading into subgenres like horror (Idle Hands,
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Kristen Bell and Fred Armisen to Host 2015 Independent Spirit Awards

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Kristen Bell and Fred Armisen to Host 2015 Independent Spirit Awards
Kristen Bell and Fred Armisen will host the 2015 Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday, February 21, live on IFC at 2:00 pm Pt / 5:00 pm Et, from executive producer Joel Gallen.

Also Read: Spirit Awards Get Live Broadcast for 30th Anniversary

Read the full release from Film Independent:

Film Independent President Josh Welsh announced today that Fred Armisen and Kristen Bell will co-host the 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards. The nonprofit, which also produces the Los Angeles Film Festival and Film Independent at Lacma, will hold the 30th annual awards ceremony as a daytime luncheon in a tent on the beach in Santa Monica on Saturday,
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The League: Seventh and Final Season Renewal for Fxx Comedy

There's mixed news for fans of The League. Fxx has renewed The League for a seventh season but this will be the comedy's final run. The 13 episodes will begin airing next fall.

Here are the details:

Fxx Orders Seventh And Final Season Of The League

13- Episode Final Season to Run In Fall 2015

Los Angeles, December 9, 2014 – Shivakamini Somakandarkram! Fxx’s hit comedy series The League will return for its seventh and final season with 13 episodes in the fall of 2015, it was announced today by Nick Grad and Eric Schrier, Presidents of Original Programming, FX Networks and FX Productions. The League, which just completed its sixth season, was created by the husband-and-wife team of Jeff Schaffer (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld) and Jackie Marcus Schaffer (Disturbia, Eurotrip) who serve as executive producers and directors. The
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Vinnie Jones Joins Arrow Cast As Villain Danny “Brick” Brickwell

British actor Vinnie Jones is best known for playing: 'Sphinx' in Gone in Sixty Seconds, 'Big Chris' in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, 'Mad 'Maynard' in EuroTrip and of course, 'Juggernaut/Cain Marko' in X-Men: The Last Stand, but you'll soon know him as Daniel "Danny" Brickwell in season three of CW's comic book-based television series, Arrow. According to Variety, the former footballer-turned-actor will play the villainous 'Brick' in episodes 10, 11 and 12. The character will feature "thick, invulnerable skin" and is described as being a "ruthless gang leader who brings Star City’s government to its knees. He’s known as “Brick” on the streets because he’s been shot dozens of times but never put down."
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14 Times Matt Damon Proved He's Absolutely Hilarious

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14 Times Matt Damon Proved He's Absolutely Hilarious
Matt Damon is known for a lot of things - winning an Oscar, growing up with Ben Affleck, and being a sweet family man, to name a few - but to celebrate his 44th birthday this week, we're paying tribute to something else Matt has going for him: an absolutely hilarious sense of humor. From his memorable Eurotrip cameo to his funny moments with Ben to his many, many ridiculous antics on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Matt has shown time and time again that he doesn't take himself too seriously. With a nod to his award-show shenanigans and more than a few viral videos, take a look at 14 times Matt Damon couldn't have been funnier. Source: Getty / Saul Loeb
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'Justified' star Jacob Pitts heads to 'Elementary'

'Justified' star Jacob Pitts heads to 'Elementary'
Sherlock Holmes will soon find a new ally: Justified star Jacob Pitts will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Elementary, EW has learned exclusively.

Pitts, whose credits also include Eurotrip and Person of Interest, will play Paul Ettinger, a brilliant and wealthy mathematician who assembles a team of his fellow math geniuses to help identify a killer that Holmes and Watson are tracking. Pitts will appear in the same episode as the returning Mad Men star Rich Sommer.

Elementary returns Oct. 30 at 10 p.m. Et on CBS.
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Sdcc '14: Banner For Neill Blomkamp’s New Film Chappie

In 2009, everyone took notice of Neill Blomkamp's talents when District 9 became the sleeper hit of the summer. Its $210M revenue easily surpassed the film's meager $30M budget. Interest in his next project reached a feverish pitch. That project was the 2013 film Elysium, which starred Matt Damon ("EuroTrip"). It pulled in $286M at the worldwide box office against a budget of $115 million (minus marketing costs). In 2015, we'll get to see his next offering. It will be Chappie, here's the official tagline: "After being kidnapped by two criminals during birth, Chappie becomes the adopted son in a strange and dysfunctional family. Chappie is preternaturally gifted, one of a kind, a prodigy. He also happens to be a robot." It stars: Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Weaver and Sharlto Copley.
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7 footballers who tried to act: Cantona, Collymore... and Ally McCoist

7 footballers who tried to act: Cantona, Collymore... and Ally McCoist
The worlds of football and cinema frequently collide, and judging by the number of great sportsmen who've tried their hand at acting, it's clear that Hollywood holds a strong allure for the professional athlete.

With the 2014 FIFA World Cup about to get underway, Digital Spy takes a look at a handful of actors who've made it to the big screen.

1. Pelé (Escape to Victory)

Arguably the greatest footballer of all time, Pelé lined up alongside fellow icons Bobby More and Ossie Ardiles (and a host of Ipswich Town greats!) in this inspiring blend of Great Escape-style war flick and underdog sports story.

A firm Bank Holiday favourite, Escape to Victory also boasts a starting eleven containing Michael Caine and Sylvester Stallone. They don't make them like this anymore.

2. Vinnie Jones (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels)

After retiring from the beautiful game, Wimbledon hardman Vinnie Jones established a second career for himself.
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HBO Pacts with ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ ‘Seinfeld’ Alum Alec Berg

HBO Pacts with ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ ‘Seinfeld’ Alum Alec Berg
HBO has inked a two-year overall deal with “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Seinfeld” vet Alec Berg.

The writer-director at present is working as an exec producer and showrunner on HBO’s Mike Judge comedy “Silicon Valley.” The new deal calls for Berg to develop new projects for the pay cabler and supervise other prospects. “Silicon Valley” is set to bow April 6.

Berg spent four seasons on HBO’s Larry David laffer “Curb,” and before that he worked with David on NBC’s “Seinfeld.” In the feature realm he wrote and produced the 2012 Sacha Baron Cohen vehicle “The Dictator,” and he wrote the 2004 comedy “Eurotrip.”

Berg is repped by UTA and attorney Ken Richman of Hansen Jacobson.
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'EuroTrip' 10th Anniversary: Cast reveals 10 things you might not know about the movie

'EuroTrip' 10th Anniversary: Cast reveals 10 things you might not know about the movie
It has been ten years since EuroTrip, riding the raunchy teen comedy revival of the late ’90s and early naughts, burst into theaters and exposed an entire generation of teens to a beach full of dangling male genitalia. And even a decade later, those involved with the cult classic are still proud of it — every sex organ included.

At least, that was the vibe taken away from the audience Wednesday night in Hollywood, where cast members Scott Mechlowicz (“Scotty”), Jacob Pitts (“Cooper”), Michelle Trachtenberg (“Jenny”), Travis Wester (“Jamie”) joined producers Jeff Schaffer, Alec Berg, and David Mandel and several others for a Q&A session.
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10th anniversary of 'Eurotrip': Celebrate with GIFs of Kristin Kreuk, Michelle Trachtenberg, Matt Damon, Fred Armisen and more

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Time for a special edition of Throwback Thursday!

In honor of "Eurotrip's" 10th anniversary on Thursday (Feb. 20), we rounded up GIFs from the cult classic movie starring some of the biggest names on TV and in movies today. Yeah, it's been 10 years. Commence feeling old now.

Remember that time a tatted up and pierced Matt Damon sang a song about doing Kristin Kreuk behind her boyfriend's back at his own graduation party? Ouch. If Scotty didn't know before, he certainly knows by now:

Seriously, best song ever (unless you were Scotty, then it was probably the worst song you had ever heard in your entire life):

And remember that time Michelle Trachtenberg had to resort to flashing cars to try and get a ride for her and her friends?

And then she unknowingly almost gave all the men on the nude beach a free show, and ended up
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Oscars Postponed Pleasures (?)

[Here is guest columnist Matthew Eng to remind us of four films we may have forgotten. But they'll be back - Nathaniel R]

Postponements happen every year to a few among the many films on Oscar’s selective radar, to movies whose prospects look both bright and, well, bleak. It very nearly happened to Wolf of Wall Street, but for the skilled hands of Thelma Schoonmaker, who rescued the film from both a rumored four-hour running time and a dreaded Nc-17. In cleaning up its act, though the film is still dirty, Wolf pushed Chris Pine’s Jack Ryan reboot Shadow Recruit out of its prime Christmas release date, but I’d wager that that project’s Oscar chances were already on the slim side. Let’s take a look back (and forward) at the four deferred features that tried to make it in time this year in order to win Oscar’s attention.

Foxcatcher (Dir. Bennet Miller)

Oscar Prospects: Picture, Director - Miller, Actor - Carell, Supporting Actor - Ruffalo, among others
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Forest of the Damned aka Demonic (2005) Review

Written by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

I stumbled across this one under the name Demonic on Netflix instant streaming just a few days ago. I was unaware of the more catchy title “Forest of the Damned” until after I had already seen the film. I like “Forest of the Damned” better. It’s makes the film stand out from the nameless masses of one word horror film titles, and classes it up a bit if you ask me.

It’s set in the United Kingdom, and centers around a road trip of an unlikely group. There’s the somewhat awkward but nice guy who just bought the van that’s a stretch from the shaggin’ wagons that have defined vans in horror movies in the past. It’s a Volkswagen, but we are in Europe. They tend to be more fuel efficiency conscience than Americans, so I didn’t think anything of it.
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Why I Love … Adam Schlesinger's movie pop songs

Songs written for film's fictional pop stars typically miss the mark, but Schlesinger has shown it's possible to hit the right note

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You couldn't make Miley Cyrus up; Madonna, Britney and Divine did it for you. Pop music parodies itself all the time, but film finds it tricky. On the surface, film's fictional pop stars are in key with their real-world counterparts: they're shallow and self-centred, often a bit dim, and always image conscious. It's when it comes to the songs that the fiction falls flat. I can't buy Matt Damon as a sneering punk bro in Eurotrip (2004). It's not because of the fake piercings, or his horrible lip-synching, but because the song was written for the film and sounds like it. It gets skate-punk nearly right, so we nearly believe the performance. Nearly enjoy it, too.

Not many songwriters can write a
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