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Et Obsessions: ‘The Wine Show,’ ‘The Disaster Artist’ and More!

Et Obsessions: ‘The Wine Show,’ ‘The Disaster Artist’ and More!
Here at Et, we’re obsessed with a lot of things -- and here is what we’re most excited about this week:

Why We’re Obsessed With ‘The Wine Show

Pour another glass because our favorite import -- Matthew Goode -- is back with a second season of The Wine Show, Sky Vision’s food and travel magazine series, which moves the action from Italy to the South of France. Available on in the U.S. on Hulu, the show became a favorite among viewers thanks to the bromance between Goode and co-host Matthew Rhys and their journey through the heart of Italy in search of tasty wine and lasting memories. Joining Goode (who also stars on The Crown season two) is James Purefoy, an equally English and handsome actor, who steps in for Rhys. This season, two hosts are tasked with finding a case of wine to match a six-course French lunch cooked by Stephane
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Animal Factory Starring Willem Dafoe on Blu-ray November 28th From Arrow Video

Animal Factory starring Willem Dafoe will be available on Blu-ray November 28th From Arrow Video

Troubled youth Ron Decker (Edward Furlong, American History X) is sentenced to a ten-year stint in the notorious San Quentin State Prison for a drug-dealing conviction. Inexperienced in the ways of prison life, he’s taken under the wing of Earl Copen (Willem Dafoe, To Live and Die in La), an experienced con with the entire prison in the palm of his hand – inmates and guards alike. But as Ron grows increasingly cocky in his privileged role as Earl’s confidant, is he in danger of biting off more than he can chew with some of the jail’s more volatile inhabitants?

Based on the semi-autobiographical novel of the same name by Eddie Bunker (Reservoir Dogs), Animal Factory was Steve Buscemi (Lonesome Jim, Interview)’s second stint in the director’s chair and sees him marshaling a formidable ensemble cast,
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'Blade Runner 2049,' Mary J. Blige, Sam Rockwell and More to Be Honored at 2017 Hollywood Film Awards

'Blade Runner 2049,' Mary J. Blige, Sam Rockwell and More to Be Honored at 2017 Hollywood Film Awards
Blade Runner 2049 is already being acknowledged.

Andrew A. Kosove, Broderick Johnson and Cynthia Sikes Yorkin -- the producers of the Ryan Gosling-led sequel to Blade Runner -- will be honored with the Hollywood Producer Award at the Hollywood Film Awards next month, dick clark productions revealed on Thursday.

The company also shared that Michael H. Weber will receive the "Hollywood Screenwriter Award" for his upcoming James Franco film, The Disaster Artist.

More: James Corden to Host 21st Annual Hollywood Film Awards

Previously, it was revealed that the film Mudbound will receive the Hollywood Breakout Ensemble Award, for the work of its cast, Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, Mary J. Blige, Jason Mitchell, Jason Clarke, Rob Morgan and Jonathan Banks. Blige will also be honored with the Hollywood Breakout Performance Actress Award for her role in the film.

Meanwhile, Sam Rockwell will receive the Hollywood Supporting Actor Award for Thee Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, while [link=nm
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First Look Images emerge of Benedict Wong and Jack Reynor in Channel 4’s new Sci-Fi series Electric Dreams

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Author: Zehra Phelan

Channel 4 are about to embark on a new ten part sci-fi anthology series in September called Electric Dreams with a whole host of actors you may just recognise and we have three first look images from the series which include Doctor Strange actor Benedict Wong and Free Fire’s Jack Reynor.

Related: Exclusive Interview with Benedict Wong on Doctor Strange.

The series, which is inspired by Philip K. Dick’s renowned short stories, will feature ten standalone episodes where each are set in a different and unique world – some which lie in the far reaches of the universe and time and others which are much, much closer to home. While the stories may be worlds apart, central to each is the poignant and warm exploration of the importance and significance of humanity.

Adapted by a number of leading writers and directors, the Electric Dreams series will
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‘Disjointed’ Trailer: Kathy Bates Blazes in New Netflix Pot Dispensary Comedy

‘Disjointed’ Trailer: Kathy Bates Blazes in New Netflix Pot Dispensary Comedy
Just start planting the pot jokes now. Weed out all the bad ones. Hash it out with your friends.

You could make these jokes all day and apparently, so can “Disjointed,” the latest Netflix multicam comedy premiering later this month. Kathy Bates stars as the proprietor of “Ruth’s Alternative Caring,” an L.A.-area pot dispensary, a woman who runs the store along with a handful of ragtag employees. She partakes in her own supply, as do most of the other characters on the show, from the looks of the first full trailer.

Read More7 New Netflix Shows to Binge in August 2017, and The Best Episodes of Each

Even after stints on ‘The Office” and as the ghost of Charlie Sheen’s character on “Two and a Half Men,” this is Bates’ first starring role in a TV comedy. In addition to her film work, she’s also a
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Blu-ray Review – Fargo (1996)

Fargo, 1996.

Written and Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.

Starring Frances McDormand, William H. Macy, Steve Buscemi, Harve Presnell, and Peter Stormare.


If you’re into collectible steelbooks, this 20th anniversary release of Fargo from Shout! Factory is a worthwhile pick-up. However, be aware that there’s nothing new in this edition when compared to previous DVD and Blu-ray releases. And, yes, the movie came out 21 years ago.

Shout! Factory has been getting into the steelbook game with some classics. They started with Escape From New York, The Thing, and The Fog, and now they’ve revisited a Coen brothers treasure with Fargo. If you own any previous home video editions of this film, I’ll answer your likely question first: Yes, this is a repackage of the remastered 2014 Blu-ray from MGM, with the same bonus features from the flipper DVD they released in 2003, although a couple things are missing,
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‘The Defiant Ones’ Director Allen Hughes on How He Got Eminem, Bruce Springsteen, and Dr. Dre to Spill Secrets On Camera

‘The Defiant Ones’ Director Allen Hughes on How He Got Eminem, Bruce Springsteen, and Dr. Dre to Spill Secrets On Camera
Sometimes, when you’re documenting history, you still have to make your own moments.

“When the camera’s rolling and when I yell cut, I made sure my team knew, ‘Don’t ever cut until the subject is off the set,'” Hughes said.

Some of the most satisfying moments in the new HBO docuseries, “The Defiant Ones” — an expansive, four-part history of the last four decades of popular music, premiering Sunday night on HBO — are candid ones. Interview subjects occasionally tinker away on a keyboard or wander around a living room. Stevie Nicks plunks out a tune on a baby grand. Eminem strolls right onto set and starts dishing. As Hughes described in a recent interview with IndieWire, those moments were part of the plan from the beginning.

“There’s always a veneer,” Hughes said. “People are being guarded about their image. From early on, I said, ‘Start the
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Bruce Lee vs. Chuck Norris, Patrick Stewart's Crazy Early Role, Thor Motion Comic, and More -- The Lrm Weekend

By David Kozlowski | 30 June 2017

Welcome to Issue #2 of The Lrm Weekend, a weekly column highlighting cool and unique videos about film, TV, comics, Star Wars, Marvel, DC, animation, and anime. We also want to hear from you, our awesome Lrm community! Share your favorite videos to: @LRM_Weekend and we'll post your Tweets below!

Last Issue: 6.23.17

Why do we love superheroes, martial arts, fantasy, and sci-fi? The big fight scenes, of course. Every week we'll bring you an epic brawl from the recent or distant past -- we want to hear from you, share your favorite fights with us!

Bruce Lee vs. Chuck Norris in Way of the Dragon (1972) Bonus: Chuck Norris Talks About Bruce Lee

The original movie poster from 1972!

What Is It?

If we're going to have a serious, weekly conversation about proper fight scenes, we have to go back to the source...The martial arts fight that

What Could Go Wrong: Interview with Alien: Covenant's Michael Fassbender

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What Could Go Wrong: Interview with Alien: Covenant's Michael FassbenderWhat Could Go Wrong: Interview with Alien: Covenant's Michael FassbenderJulide Tanriverdi - Cineplex Magazine5/17/2017 10:58:00 Am

It’s a rainy, chilly day in L.A. but Michael Fassbender is all smiles during an interview at the city’s London Hotel.

“They put me back together, and I am back,” he says with a grin. Fassbender is of course talking about Alien: Covenant, the latest installment in director Ridley Scott’s horror/sci-fi franchise.

Our last visit to the Alien universe came in 2012 with Prometheus, a film that ended with Fassbender’s android David losing his head and having it carried off the spaceship in a bag by crewmate Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace).

The movie got mixed reviews and didn’t connect with the franchise’s passionate fanbase. But expectations are high this month as Scott returns to the
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Will Alien: Covenant Revive The Ailing Franchise Or Do More Damage? -- The Weekend Warrior

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, and to paraphrase those renowned seventies scholars the Brady Bunch, “When it’s time to change then it’s time to change.”

While I’ve tried my hardest to slowly sneak those changes in, it’s gotten to the point where we’ll need to do something more drastic if the few of you reading the Weekend Warrior on a weekly basis actually want it to remain coming to you on a weekly basis. Because of that, we’re going to try something different by not throwing in as much independent limited releases for those checking the column out, and making the column a little more focused at least for the time being. (I’m probably going to move reviews for my Top Picks over to my blog, which is easy enough to
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Terry Zwigoff Retrospective Exclusive Trailer: Metrograph to Screen All Five of the ‘Ghost World’ and ‘Crumb’ Director’s Films

Terry Zwigoff Retrospective Exclusive Trailer: Metrograph to Screen All Five of the ‘Ghost World’ and ‘Crumb’ Director’s Films
Beginning next Friday, New York’s Metrograph will present a Terry Zwigoff retrospective that includes screenings of all five of his feature films. The weekend-long series begins with “Ghost World” and continues with “Louie Bluie,” “Art School Confidential” and “Bad Santa” before closing with his acclaimed documentary; Zwigoff will appear in person at each screening. Watch an exclusive trailer for the tribute below.

Read More: Nicolas Cage To Play A ‘Lost Melody’ For Terry Zwigoff Plus Watch A New Clip From ‘The Frozen Ground

Here are some notes on the festivities in Metrograph’s own words: “Terry Zwigoff never seemed to belong to the careerist, wheeler-dealer world of the Sundance indie, and that’s part of his charm. Catapulted to prominence with ‘Crumb,’ his instant classic documentary on underground legend R. Crumb, Zwigoff went on to reel out a trio of blackly-comic fiction films which all together offer a jaundiced,
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Alec Baldwin Shares Sweet Pic With His Oldest and Youngest Kids At Disneyland

Alec Baldwin Shares Sweet Pic With His Oldest and Youngest Kids At Disneyland
Alec Baldwin and his family spent some time at the Happiest Place on Earth this week, sharing their special bonding moments on social media.

On Thursday, the 59-year-old actor was all smiles in a heartwarming photo with his eldest daughter Ireland, 21, and littlest babe, son Leonardo Ángel Charles, 7 months. "My oldest, my youngest," the Boss Baby actor captioned the Instagram pic.

Watch: Alec Baldwin's Adorable Daughter Carmen Steals the Show During His 'Ellen' Interview 

Also along for the Disneyland trip was Baldwin's wife, Hilaria, 22-month-old son, Rafael Thomas, and 3-year-old daughter, Carmen Gabriela. The Saturday Night Live alum had previously shared a handful of snapshots from their family outing, including little Carmen meeting Snow White and Ireland having fun with baby Leo.

Hilaria also posted a slew of pics with the "Baldwinitos hanging out with some royalty."

Related: Alec Baldwin Says His Infamous Voicemail to Daughter Ireland Has Hurt Her in a 'Permanent' Way 

Earlier this week
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Interview: Bryan Cranston for Why Him? Out now on UK DVD & Blu-ray

Bryan Cranston is an Academy Award nominee, a four time Emmy Award winner, and a Golden Globe and Tony Award winner.

Bryan recently starred as the title character in Jay Roach’s Trumbo. His performance garnered him nominations for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, a SAG Award, a BAFTA Award, and a Critics’ Choice Award in 2016 for “Best Actor.”

Next, Bryan stars in John Hamburg’s Why Him? alongside James Franco, and we caught up with him to talk about the film.

Given the extreme darkness of the last few seasons of Breaking Bad, how did it feel to return to comedy?

Great! That’s been part of the reason that I decided to do this, because I’ve been doing a lot of dramas lately, and I love doing them. You’re playing important characters and it’s good storytelling. But I missed just having silly fun on the set.
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Smurfs & Gramps Take One Last Swing At Box Office -- The Weekend Warrior

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

Three New Movies May Have Trouble Making Much of a Mark

After a couple impressive March weekends with one new box office record, and a couple impressive openings, we’re now into April, and of the new movies, there just doesn’t seem like anything can defeat last week’s powerful duo of DreamWorks Animation’s The Boss Baby--which exceeded all predictions with $49 million, taking the top spot from Beauty and the Beast. Ghost in the Shell didn’t even do as well as I thought it may, opening with just $19 million, those late reviews helping to kill its weekend.

Sony Pictures Animation are giving the loveable blue Smurfs a third go at American audiences with The Smurfs: The Lost Village (Sony), after two previous movies,
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March 21st Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Robocop Sequels, Teen Witch, Wolf Creek Season 1

March 21st is a big day for cult film fans, not to mention all you RoboCop enthusiasts out there, as Tuesday has a variety of horror and sci-fi offerings that you’ll undoubtedly want to add to your home entertainment collections. Scream Factory is releasing a pair of amazing Collector's Edition Blu-rays for RoboCop 2 and RoboCop 3, and Kino Lorber is keeping busy with a trio of HD releases, too: Chamber of Horrors, Invisible Ghost, and A Game of Death.

Other notable titles making their way home on March 21st include Wolf Creek: Season One, Eloise, John WatersMultiple Maniacs, and Frankenstein Created Bikers.

Chamber of Horrors (Kino Lorber, Blu-ray & DVD)

Newly Mastered in HD! Chamber of Horrors was based on the classic novel, The Door with Seven Locks by Edgar Wallace (King Kong, The Terror) - it was the second Wallace adaptation brought to the States by Monogram Pictures.
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Interview: Director James Gray on The Lost City of Z

Author: Jon Lyus

We’re huge fans of James Gray’s work on HeyUGuys. His work on films such as We Own the Night, Two Lovers and 2013’s under-seen (but often on Netflix) classic The Immigrant are stirring works of an assured cinematic hand. Next week his latest film, The Lost City of Z, arrives in UK cinemas, and is well worth your time.

The film tells the story, so vividly brought to life in David Grann’s 2009 bestseller, subtitled: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon, of explorer Percy Fawcett. His journeys deep into the Amazon to uncover the secrets of a lost civilization were followed intently at the time, making his disappearance in 1925 of the most enduring mysteries of the 20th century.

The Lost City of Z

With The Lost City of Z Gray has brought together a fine cast including new Spider-Man Tom Holland as the
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Interview: Sienna Miller on the seven year journey to The Lost City of Z

Author: Jon Lyus

Director James Gray returns to the big screen next week with an adaptation of David Grann’s bestseller The Lost City of Z. It tells the story of a British Explorer in the early 1900s and his discovery of a lost civilization, and the secrets they left behind.

The Lost City of Z has a fine ensemble cast, with Tom Holland as the son of British explorer Percy Fawcett, with a cast that also includes Charlie Hunnam as Fawcett and Robert Pattinson as Fawcett’s camp aide and fellow explorer, Henry Costin.

Related: The Lost City of Z premiere interviews – Tom Holland, Charlie Hunnam & more

Kerri Anne McNally sat down with Sienna Miller, who plays Nina Fawcett, and she takes about the seven year journey to get this story to the screen. She also talks about the spirit of this women, and how she stood with the
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James Franco’s ‘The Disaster Artist’ Is the Biggest Sales Title at SXSW, If the Studio Decides to Sell

James Franco’s ‘The Disaster Artist’ Is the Biggest Sales Title at SXSW, If the Studio Decides to Sell
Compared to Sundance and Cannes, the SXSW Film Festival is not typically viewed as a major sales market. That wasn’t the case on the third night of the 2017 edition, when multiple buyers surfaced at the rapturous first screening of the James Franco-directed “The Disaster Artist” at Austin’s Paramount Theatre, even though the movie was produced by Warner Bros. and New Line.

Billing it as a “work-in-progress” screening rather than a world premiere, the studio has reportedly struggled to figure out how they might market the film. Its confusion is understandable: Warners topped the box office this weekend with “Kong: Skull Island,” and “The Disaster Artist” is a biopic starring Franco as Tommy Wiseau, the Ed Wood-like director of the craptastic midnight movie phenomenon “The Room.”

Read More: ‘The Disaster Artist’ Review: James Franco is Very Good as a Bad Actor in His Loving Tribute to ‘The Room’ — SXSW 2017

Last week,
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‘I Am Another You’ Uncovers an American Dreamer From the Inside Out — SXSW 2017 Review

‘I Am Another You’ Uncovers an American Dreamer From the Inside Out — SXSW 2017 Review
When Chinese filmmaker Nanfu Wang discovers a nomadic 22-year-old American homeless man in the first chapter of her documentary “I Am Another You,” he’s living the dream; the rest of the movie is a gradual wakeup call. With time, Nanfu comes to understand that rejecting society isn’t such a simple proposition. By bringing an outsider perspective to the Western world, Nanfu pulls apart the American dream from the inside out. Shot over the course of several years, the movie blends an intimate perspective with trenchant investigative chops, uncovering a transitory figure whose romantic ideals give way to a harsh reality check.

The documentarian’s feature-length debut “Hooligan Sparrow,” a shortlist for the Oscar in 2016, dealt with institutional dysfunction in her native country. With “I Am Another You,” she takes a more personal approach, exploring the mythology of the American dream as a naive interloper subject to conflicting points of view.
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Lee Daniels Addresses #OscarsSoWhite Controversy and Donald Trump at SXSW: ‘He Is Our Karma’

Lee Daniels took the SXSW stage Sunday morning without anything prepared, but he still had plenty to say.

In an improvised speech based on talking points written for Daniels by his publicist, the Oscar-nominated filmmaker and “Empire” creator discussed everything from his rough childhood to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy and Donald Trump’s presidency.

“We let this man into office,” Daniels said of Trump. “We are responsible for it. He is our karma.”

The brief statement was preceded by a more careful commentary on the Oscars, with Daniels addressing recent comments he made about the perceived racial bias in Academy Awards voting.

“Maybe I don’t understand the Oscars hashtag ‘#SoWhite […] because I paid my own way,'” Daniels began, referencing the #OscarsSoWhite Twitter hashtag. “I don’t want to say the wrong thing. I know I’ll read about it tomorrow. [But] I believe we’ve created a generation [that] feels entitled.
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