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Brielle Biermann Defends Mom Against Marlon Wayans, But Admits She Loves 'White Chicks'

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Brielle Biermann's conflicted about Marlon Wayans' "White Chicks 2" joke about her mom -- on one hand she's not down with it, but on the other hand ... it's kinda funny. We got Kim Zolciak's daughter at Lax Thursday and asked her how she felt about Wayans making fun of her mom's appearance ... and her response is kind of surprising. Brielle admits she's a huge "White Chicks" fan, and if Marlon had cracked on anyone
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Terry Crews Sex Assault Lawsuit: Wme Gives Its Side Of The Story

Talent agency William Morris Endeavor (Wme) has submitted its response to “White Chicks” actor Terry Crews, who alleges he was repeatedly groped by a Wme talent executive at a Hollywood party in 2016. In court documents submitted Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, the agency disputes turning a blind eye to the incident. Wme says it acted “decisively.”
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You Have Less Than a Month to Watch All 6 Seasons of Lost Before It Leaves Netflix

We were so busy obsessing over all of the new titles hitting Netflix in January that we almost forgot to pour one out for the many, many movies and TV shows that are bidding the streaming giant adieu. In exchange for Love Actually, Bring It On, and The Godfather, it looks like Netflix is giving up the Saw franchise, Pulp Fiction, and all six seasons of Lost. Check out the rest of the titles you need to watch Asap below! Jan. 1 Chicago Daddy Day Care Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood Dressed to Kill E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Forrest Gump Four Brothers Free Willy Grease Gremlins I Am Sam Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Fifteenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Fourteenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Seventeenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The
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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in January

Netflix has announced the list of movies and TV shows that will be departing the streaming service in January.

Mean Girls, Chicago, Miss Congeniality, White Chicks and The Mighty Ducks will all be leaving Netflix in the upcoming month.

Seasons one through six of Lost will be taken off of the service, as well as seasons 14 through 17 of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and the first two seasons of Sirens.

As a number of titles leave Netflix, a variety of new TV shows and movies will be added throughout the month. Netflix’s January additions were...
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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in January

Netflix has announced the list of movies and TV shows that will be departing the streaming service in January.

Mean Girls, Chicago, Miss Congeniality, White Chicks and The Mighty Ducks will all be leaving Netflix in the upcoming month.

Seasons one through six of Lost will be taken off of the service, as well as seasons 14 through 17 of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and the first two seasons of Sirens.

As a number of titles leave Netflix, a variety of new TV shows and movies will be added throughout the month. Netflix’s January additions were...
See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »

Terry Crews Recounts Sexual Assault by Hollywood Exec: "He Just Grinned Like a Jerk"

Terry Crews Recounts Sexual Assault by Hollywood Exec:
Terry Crews took to Twitter to share his story of sexual assault, in light of the decades of allegations against Harvey Weinstein.

"This whole thing with Harvey Weinstein is giving me Ptsd. Why? Because this kind of thing happened to Me," tweeted the Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor, who has also appeared in such films as White Chicks, Draft Day and Sandy Wexler, as well as the Expendables franchise.

On Tuesday — just hours after The New Yorker's Weinstein exposé was published — Crews recounted an incident when he and his wife attended an industry function last year and...
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Terry Crews Reveals He Was Groped By Hollywood Executive in 2016

Terry Crews Reveals He Was Groped By Hollywood Executive in 2016
In the midst of allegations being made against Harvey Weinstein involving decades worth of sexual harassment, Terry Crews has taken to Twitter to share his own experience with sexual misconduct in the industry. The NFL-athlete-turned-actor revealed in a 16-part thread that he was groped by a Hollywood executive at a function in Los Angeles in 2016. Crews said all the allegations emerging about Weinstein was “giving [him] Ptsd.”

“My wife [and] I were at a Hollywood function last year [and] a high level Hollywood executive came over [to] me and groped my privates,” Crews wrote. “Jumping back I said, ‘What are you doing?!’ My wife saw everything [and] we looked at him like he was crazy. He just grinned like a jerk.”

Read More:Harvey Weinstein Accused of Rape By Asia Argento and Two Other Women

Crews did not name the groper, although he did think about “kicking his ass” before ultimately deciding to hold back.
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Physically “Naked” with Not Much Steam to Run On

(Aotn) There’s something about some of Marlon Wayans’ career choices this decade that could understandably be seen as “frustrating.” The youngest of the Wayans brothers has demonstrated a great knack for physical comedy (the first two entries in the Scary Movie franchise and even the goofy yet riotous White Chicks) and an equally impressive potential as a serious actor (his dramatic turn in Requiem for a Dream), but his latest – the declining Haunted House movies and the abysmal Fifty Shades of Black, which actually managed to make the series it’s spoofing look like Last Tango in Paris by comparison – are a an embarrassing nose dive in comedic standard. Enter Michael TiddesNaked, not the 1993 Cannes winner by Mike Leigh, Netflix’s latest comedic offering and a breath of stale air that actually manages to find a hint of freshness and showcase some of the good qualities of Mr.
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John Heard, the Dad from Home Alone, Died of a Heart Attack, Says Coroner

John Heard, the Dad from Home Alone, Died of a Heart Attack, Says Coroner
John Heard — best known for his roles in Home Alone and The Sopranos — died in a Palo Alto, California, hotel room after suffering a heart attack.

The Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office tells People the 71-year-old suffered “a sudden cardiac death due to atherosclerotic and hypertensive heart disease.”

Despite previous speculation, the coroner says Heard’s back surgery shortly before his July 21 death did not play a role. “The manner of death is natural,” reads a statement from the coroner’s office.

With a four-decade career in Hollywood and more than 200 credits on stage and screen, Heard appeared
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Brittany Daniel Talks About the Epic Dance-Off at Her Wedding: 'It Was Like West Side Story Meets White Chicks'

Brittany Daniel Talks About the Epic Dance-Off at Her Wedding: 'It Was Like West Side Story Meets White Chicks'
Brittany Daniel knows a little something about dancing — and so does her new husband, Adam Touni.

Opting out of the traditional first dance at their wedding on Saturday, the newlyweds, along with their closest friends, performed a classic and rowdy girls vs. boys dance-off.

“It was kind of inspired by the scene in White Chicks I was in,” the Sweet Valley High alum tells People in this week’s issue.

Ahead of their wedding, Daniel shared the couple’s vision for the dance: “Adam thinks he is Magic Mike. It’s going to be like the boys against the girls.
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John Heard Was ‘Filled with Optimism’ In Final Interview Before His Death: ‘He Just Wanted to Work’

John Heard Was ‘Filled with Optimism’ In Final Interview Before His Death: ‘He Just Wanted to Work’
In the days before his death, John Heard was eager to put his health woes behind him and get back on the big screen.

In his final interview, Tuesday on Illeana Douglas’ I Blame Dennis Hopper podcast, the seasoned actor opened up about his roles in several iconic ’80s and ’90s movies including Big, Beaches, and Home Alone. However, it was comments made off-mic that revealed his hopes for the future.

“He was filled with optimism and hope that he would get this back surgery and begin to start working again! That’s where he was happiest,” Douglas wrote in
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Jeff Bridges, Elijah Wood and More Stars React to John Heard's Death

Jeff Bridges, Elijah Wood and More Stars React to John Heard's Death
Hollywood is remembering John Heard. Friends and fans of the actor, best known for his work in Home Alone took to social media to pay their respects to the star, who passed away at the age of 71 on Friday.

Related: John Heard, 'Home Alone' and 'Sopranos' Actor, Dies at 71

Jeff Bridges, who starred with Heard in the film Cutter's Way, tweeted, "I got to experience his artistry and dedication firsthand."

"My heart goes out to his family and loved ones. We miss & love you, John," he added.

"Sad to hear of John's passing," Elijah Wood tweeted of Heard, who was his co-star in 1992's Radio Flyer.

Marlon Wayans shared a still of Heard from their film White Chicks on Instagram, and captioned it with heartfelt words for the actor. "Sad to see such a good spirit and actor taken. Thank you for all your contributions to our beloved industry. May you live forever through your vast body
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‘Never Not Good’: Elijah Wood, Michael McKean and More Remember Actor John Heard

‘Never Not Good’: Elijah Wood, Michael McKean and More Remember Actor John Heard
The life of actor John Heard — the star known for his role in several iconic ’80s and ’90s movies including Big, Beaches, and Home Alone — is being remembered by his Hollywood costars and admirers.

Heard died Friday in Palo Alto, California, the Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office confirmed to People. He was 71.

With a four-decade career in Hollywood and more than 200 credits on stage and screen, Heard had a number of high-profile costars.

“Sad to hear of John Heard’s passing,” wrote actor Elijah Wood — who worked as a young boy with Heard in 1992’s Radio Flyer.

Heard
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Beyonce's 'Whitewashed' Wax Figure Due to Bad Lighting, Says Madame Tussauds

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Beyonce's controversial new wax figure -- which looks a lot like "White Chicks" Bey -- has the perfect complexion ... when the lights are down low. That's Madame Tussauds' explanation for the freshly unveiled statue of Beyonce in their NYC museum. It's come under fire because ... well, there are a lot of reasons: - Fans think she looks more like Lindsay Lohan, - Or Mariah Carey- Or Kate Hudson- Or Maya Rudolph- Whoever she looks like,
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Cannes Film Review: ‘Oh Lucy!’

Cannes Film Review: ‘Oh Lucy!’
Try to picture a Japanese remake of “Hello, My Name Is Doris,” shot through with an undertow of quiet desperation that wouldn’t be out of place in a Cristian Mungiu film, and you’re halfway toward grasping the strange appeal of director Atsuko Hirayanagi’s feature debut, “Oh Lucy!” Like a chocolate trifle with an arsenic core, this quirky portrait of a lonely Tokyo woman who follows her English teacher to California offers a skewed take on American indie tropes, effectively gesturing toward broad comic appeal while offering peeks at a profound darkness just beneath. Expanded from her award-winning short of the same title, “Oh Lucy!” betrays some rough edges in the transition, but Hirayanagi’s idiosyncratic touch marks her as a talent worth tracking.

Set in some of the least picturesque corners of Tokyo, “Oh Lucy!” is a character study about a character rarely seen on film: a quietly miserable,
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The 30 Most Polarizing Movies Since 2000: ‘Under the Skin,’ ‘Only God Forgives’ and More

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The 30 Most Polarizing Movies Since 2000: ‘Under the Skin,’ ‘Only God Forgives’ and More
Compiling data from Taste, the folks at Obscure Movie Stats have put together a list of the 30 most polarizing movies of the century so far. Among the expectedly divisive titles (“The Tree of Life,” “Paranormal Activity”) are some surprises: “Boyhood” doesn’t immediately spring to mind as an especially polarizing film, ditto “Punch-Drunk Love.” Full list below.

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30.) “Crank: High Voltage

29.) “Jupiter Ascending

28.) “Synecdoche, New York”

27.) “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

26.) “Napoleon Dynamite

25.) “Punch-Drunk Love

24.) “The Fountain”

23.) “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

22.) “Nymphomaniac: Volume II”

21.) “Boyhood”

20.) “Brüno

19.) “Paranormal Activity

18.) “Under the Skin

17.) “Team America: World Police

16.) “Lucy”

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15.) “Only God Forgives

14.) “White Chicks

13.) “The Passion of the Christ

12.) “Borat

11.) “Sucker Punch

10.) “Dogville”

09.) “Birdman”

08.) “The Assassin”

07.) “Saw
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Shawn Wayans, Gary Owen, Artie Lange, David Alan Grier and More To Bring the Laughs To Carolines on Broadway This Fall

Carolines on Broadway announces its line-up for the month of September, highlighted by headliners Shawn Wayans, from Fox's In Living Color and the movie White Chicks, Labor Day Weekend, September 1 - 4 Gary Owen, from the Think Like a Man films and his new Bet series The Gary Owen Show, September 8 - 11 Artie Lange, from his Comedy Central special The Stench of Failure and 'Artie Lange's Uncensored Podcast,' September 15 - 17 David Alan Grier, from NBC's The Carmichael Show and Fox's In Living Color, September 22 - 24 Iliza Shlesinger, from ABC.com's Forever 31, on September 27 Gilbert Gottfried, from the film The Aristocrats, on September 29 and Donnell Rawlings, 'Ashy Larry' from Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show, September 29 - October 2.
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Netflix UK: 25 underappreciated comedies to watch now

Mark Harrison Jul 1, 2016

Need a laugh? Here's our guide to 25 comedies that are on Netflix UK now, and are well worth your time...

Putting aside all of the chunter about VPNs and rising subscription costs for a moment, there are more hidden gems to be discovered on Netflix UK than you might expect, and we've been combing through the streaming site's current catalogue to find some of the most underappreciated comedies on offer.

We've come up with this fairly broad selection of films that varies on several fronts. We've picked out a mix of belly laughers and dark comedies, with a couple of dramedies thrown in for good measure. They're not all big Hollywood comedies, but neither are they all films that you're hearing about for the first time, though we've tried to order them according to how well known they may or may not be. What they all have
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Swiss Army Man directors want to remake ‘White Chicks’

Yes, you read that headline correctly. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Swiss Army Man directors Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan have revealed that they would really like to remake the Wayans brothers’ White Chicks… as an R-rated movie.

Scheinert had this to say to the trade:

“Oh! One of my dreams is to make White Chicks as a hard-r, Oscar-worthy drama, starring the original cast. It would be about gender and race relations in the 21st century, starring the Wayans Brothers. I don’t know if you have seen White Chicks lately, but it has a lot of meat to it and explores everything, like class, gender, race, the handicapped, age.”

We spoke with Marlon Wayans about a potential sequel in an interview for his last comedy 50 Shades Of Black a few months ago, where he pretty much said that there were no plans for any kind
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White Chicks: anyone else up for a remake?

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Meet the director whose dream project is to turn the comedy White Chicks into "a hard-r, Oscar-worthy drama"...

When people need guffaws, it is not often that they seek out the Wayan Brothers’ White Chicks. The 2004 movie saw Marlon and Shawn Wayans as FBI agents who go undercover as Caucasian females, to try and crack some crime that we rapidly lost interest in. The movie turned in a profit, but lord, it’s a slog.

Nonetheless, plans remain afoot for a sequel. But now, the team behind the movie Swiss Army Knife have revealed their dream to remake. We don’t make this up, we only pass it on.

Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan are the directors concerned, and Kwan told The Hollywood Reporter that “one of my dreams is to make White Chicks as a hard-r, Oscar-worthy drama, starring the original cast. It would be about
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