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Survivor's Cole Medders Is 'Depleted' and Urgently Needs Fluids & Food After Passing Out

Survivor's Cole Medders Is 'Depleted' and Urgently Needs Fluids & Food After Passing Out
Cole Medders is sending his tribemates into a panic.

In a People sneak peek at Wednesday night’s episode, Cole is laying down in the shade when his right hand begins to tremble. As he stands up, Cole faints face-forward over a fallen tree and onto the ground.

Cole, are you okay?” his castmates ask him as he extends a hand to be lifted up.

“What? What happened?” asks Cole, who appears to be slightly red in the face and is advised to remain on his back with his legs up in the air.

What just happened?” Cole, 24, asks before
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‘Flatliners’ Review

Stars: Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, Kiersey Clemons, Kiefer Sutherland | Written by Ben Ripley | Directed by Niels Arden Oplev

Danish director Niels Arden Oplev is still best known for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (what, you mean you don’t remember Dead Man Down?), and he brings the same flat, TV movie aesthetic to this “sequel” to Joel Schumacher’s 1990 sci-horror. The original’s high concept plot is retained and given a 21st century makeover – although it’s still as hokey and dumb as Schumacher’s film, and once again fails to capitalise on its central conceit.

The premise of Flatliners is that a young med student, Courtney (Ellen Page), comes up with the bright idea of having her heart stopped, then started again, under controlled conditions. She employs the help of a group of fellow students, who see the experiment as a shortcut to bountiful medical careers.
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Suits Ep, Star on 'Darvey' Surprise: 'This Is Donna Putting Herself Above Harvey'

Suits Ep, Star on 'Darvey' Surprise: 'This Is Donna Putting Herself Above Harvey'
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s Suits finale.

That sound you just heard? It was likely Suits fans — in particular, “Darvey” ‘shippers — freaking out after the show’s midseason finale on Wednesday.

In the episode’s final minutes, a speech from Louis about how he let his soulmate slip through his fingers spurred Donna to plant an impromptu kiss on Harvey.

RelatedSuits Star Gabriel Macht Talks Finale’s ‘Darvey’ Feelings, ‘Out-There’ Romance

“I’m sorry, Harvey. I just had to know,” the redhead apologized after the smooch. Then she simply walked away from the stunned lawyer.

“Donna
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‘Rick and Morty’ Review: ‘The Ricklantis Mixup’ Delivers a Brilliant and Devastating Meditation on TV, Power, and Life Itself

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‘Rick and Morty’ Review: ‘The Ricklantis Mixup’ Delivers a Brilliant and Devastating Meditation on TV, Power, and Life Itself
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Rick and Morty” Season 3, Episode 7, “The Ricklantis Mixup.”]

If anyone was afraid that the end of “Twin Peaks” signaled the disappearance of insane Sunday night TV storytelling, the kind that makes you scream into the living room void shouting “What Just Happened” with the pure intensity of a person reckoning with their own hallucinations, let me tell you about a little half hour of television called “The Ricklantis Mixup.” The ideal animated complement to Lynch’s “Part 8,” it’s a wry, impossible-to-fully-digest bit of mythologizing that builds up a multiverse worth of individual story threads before lighting them as the fuse to explode the story’s own premise. This is “Rick and Morty” at the height of its power, delivering zaniness and gut-punch existentialism with equal fury and glee.

Like so many standout “Rick and Morty” episodes, capturing the essence of what made this more than a loosely connected bit of cultural flotsam and jetsam lies in its
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Power Debrief: Can We Talk About Who (Kinda) Killed [Spoiler]?

Power Debrief: Can We Talk About Who (Kinda) Killed [Spoiler]?
You’ve had a day for this week’s insane Power episode to sink in, so I’d like to call a meeting of the Zomg What in the What-What Just Happened? committee. All members present and accounted for? Good. Let’s dig in.

Sunday’s episode, “It’s Done,” marked the end of a long-running arc on the show: Mike Sandoval’s murder of Greg Knox, and all of the tap dancing the Assistant U.S. Attorney has had to do to cover his tracks since the death happened last season. Not only did we get Sandoval confessing
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Chloe Moretz Calls Out Abusive Adult Co-Star for Fat-Shaming On Set

Chloe Moretz Calls Out Abusive Adult Co-Star for Fat-Shaming On Set
20-year old Chloe Moretz is on a roll these days. The young actress currently has 50 movies under her belt and she's just getting started. She's co-starring with Dakota Johnson in the upcoming remake of Suspiria as well as voicing Snow White in the new Red Shoes and Seven Dwarves. Moretz's amazing work ethic should be what the young actress is praised for, but right now she's being praised for standing up to sexism in Hollywood after admitting to being fat-shamed by an adult male co-star when she was 15-years old.

Chloe Grace Moretz is currently on the cover of Variety Magazine's Power of Young Hollywood issue and in the interview, Moretz goes into detail about her personal experiences with sexism on the set. The actress/model talked about a specific incident on set where a male co-star in his mid-twenties talked about her weight. Moretz had this to say.

"This
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Chloe Grace Moretz Says Older Male Costar Fat-Shamed Her When She Was 15

Chloe Grace Moretz Says Older Male Costar Fat-Shamed Her When She Was 15
Chloe Grace Moretz, in a recent interview for Variety's Power of Young Hollywood issue, declined to name several former male co-stars who tried to put her down during filming.

"This guy that was my love interest was like, 'I'd never date you in real life,' and I was like, 'What?' And he was like, 'Yeah, you're too big for me' – as in my size," she told the publication. Moretz only revealed that the costar in question was "23, 24 or 25" at the time, while she was just 15.

"It was one
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Savannah Guthrie Jokes About Caring for Her Today Show Baby, Matt Lauer: 'He Gets Very Fussy'

Savannah Guthrie Jokes About Caring for Her Today Show Baby, Matt Lauer: 'He Gets Very Fussy'
Watch: That time @Andy's dog almost bit @savannahguthrie on #Wwhl pic.twitter.com/vr1WJVMZjO

— Today (@TODAYshow) June 23, 2017

Most people know Savannah Guthrie as a lovable Today show anchor and mother of two.

But it turns out, Guthrie actually has three children: Vale, 2, Charley, 5 months, and Matt Lauer, 59.

The 45-year-old journalist joked about her relationship with her Today co-anchor during a joint appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

Asked by a caller if it was difficult to come back to the hit NBC morning show early from maternity leave, Guthrie explained how she never really stops being a mom.
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15 Fans Who Couldn't Handle Fear the Walking Dead's Shocking Death

Spoilers for Fear the Walking Dead below! Fear the Walking Dead has been criticized in the past for moving too slow and the writer's decision not to kill off any of the main characters (with the exception of Chris Manawa and Lisa Ortiz, obviously). That all changed on Sunday night, when the two-part season three premiere resulted in the major, shocking death of Travis Manawa (Cliff Curtis). That family has it rough, huh? Although Travis is able to claw his way out of a pit of zombies unscathed earlier in the episode, take down a ton of walkers, and save Nick from certain death, he isn't able to escape a bullet to the neck. After carrying Luciana to the helicopter and taking off with Alicia also on board, an unknown someone opens fire below and manages to deal Travis a fatal blow. Despite the gravity of his injury, he has
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56-Year-Old Father of 5 Copes with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s by Helping Others: ‘It’s What Helps Me Survive’

56-Year-Old Father of 5 Copes with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s by Helping Others: ‘It’s What Helps Me Survive’
Brian Kursonis was working as a financial analyst managing 401ks in Charlotte, North Carolina, last year when things started to seem fuzzy. He was at his desk reviewing spreadsheets when he thought maybe he’d fallen asleep.

“I was blanking out. I’d be looking at the computer screen and all of a sudden I’d be like, ‘What just happened?’ ” Kursonis tells People

The devoted father was an avid runner and just 55 years old when doctors officially diagnosed him with early-onset Alzheimer’s.

Now 56, he has been told he has anywhere from eight to 12 years to live.

“The things
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Supergirl: the season 2 ending explained

Mike Cecchini May 25, 2017

What just happened at the end of the Supergirl season 2 finale?

Warning: contains spoilers.

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It's rare that I see something on one of the DC superhero TV shows that make me ask, "what the hell just happened" like the ending of the Supergirl season 2 finale, the wonderfully titled, Nevertheless, She Persisted. There are elements of DC Comics lore that I may not be intimately familiar with, and I certainly don't claim to have an encyclopedic knowledge of every bit of useless trivia these shows throw at us. But when we're talking about stuff related to Superman, Supergirl, and other Kryptonians, well, I practically majored in Kryptonese, and I'm usually on the ball.

But the Supergirl season 2 finale was a little different. Nevertheless, She Persisted was a fine hour of TV,
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Robert De Niro Shines as Bernie Madoff in Trailer for HBO's Wizard Of Lies

Remember Bernie? No, not the one that a lot of people loved and wanted to be President. The other Bernie. The one who screwed over a lot of people with a Ponzi scheme. Well, there's a new HBO film coming out focusing on his life and how it was ruined. It stars Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer and the movie looks great!

De Niro is a Hollywood legend that was once was considered one of the greats. Well, it looks like he's found that magic again because he certainly seems to be bringing some power and gravitas to this new role. Not only does DeNiro look great in the film, but so does Michelle Pfeiffer. We haven't seen a lot of her lately in the movies but I loved her as Catwoman in Batman Returns and many of the other films she's made in her career.

In 2008, stockbroker, investment
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Robert De Niro Is ‘The Wizard Of Lies’ In New Trailer For HBO’s Bernie Madoff Pic

Robert De Niro‘s last few movies were the dramedy “The Comedian,” the boxing pic “Hands Of Stone,” and the raunchy comedy “Dirty Grandpa,” all of which were poorly received at best. But this spring, it looks like he has a role and film worth his talents with “The Wizard Of Lies.”

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Helmed by Barry Levinson, who has directed De Niro previously in “Sleepers,” “Wag The Dog,” and “What Just Happened,” the HBO movie will tell the story of Bernie Madoff, the respected financial titan whose world — and those of his clients — came tumbling down when it was revealed he was running a Ponzi scheme.

Continue reading Robert De Niro Is ‘The Wizard Of Lies’ In New Trailer For HBO’s Bernie Madoff Pic at The Playlist.
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The Arrangement Sex Scandal! Kyle Agrees to Sleep With a Detective in Order to Protect the Institute on Shocking Episode

The Arrangement Sex Scandal! Kyle Agrees to Sleep With a Detective in Order to Protect the Institute on Shocking Episode
What just happened?! The Arrangement just took scandal to a whole new level on Sunday's episode! On the show, Kyle (Josh Henderson) was approached by Terence (Michael Vartan) to help protect the Institute for the Higher Mind. But the request was a little more than Kyle was expecting! "There's a detective with Lapd, a woman outside my influence, she has something on us," Terence told Kyle on the episode. Terence then explained that the detective (Tracy Waterhouse) could either ruin Ihm with what she has on them or she can make it go away.  "She has a fantasy, it's specific, it specifically involves you," Terence said. "Sex?" Kyle...
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David Boreanaz Reflects on Buffy in Honor of 20th Anniversary: ‘I Was in the Right Spot at the Right Time’

David Boreanaz Reflects on Buffy in Honor of 20th Anniversary: ‘I Was in the Right Spot at the Right Time’
— A version of this article originally appeared on EW.com.

As David Boreanaz says goodbye to Bones — it wraps its 12-season run on March 28 at 9 p.m. on Fox — he looks back to the series that came before, reminiscing about his time on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, the spin-off in which he starred.

Twenty years ago, you were cast in your breakout role as the vampire Angel on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Did you ever imagine you’d be here now?

David Boreanaz: It was all timing, really. initially had an arc of 6 out of the 12 episodes.
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Bates Motel Season 5 Episode 3 Review: Bad Blood

Spine-tingling suspense is supposed to leave you breathless, uncertain of what's coming next.

Bates Motel Season 5 Episode 3 achieved that over and over again, as an insane game of cat and mouse began with Chick holding the cheese, urging Norman and Mother to make moves they'd find difficult without his presence.

If only we could leap onto one of the many time machines currently available on the telly to find out what in Hades is coming next. 

I don't know what your thoughts were after watching, but here were mine:

Did that really happen? What just happened? I want more! Oh my God!!!

The action felt so intimate not only in that few characters were involved, but the material was moving beyond measure.

Reactions were all over the map, from being overjoyed at seeing Caleb alive, to wonder at how Chick was manipulating the situation with Norman's insanity so brilliantly,
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Stars React to Moonlight and La La Land Mix-Up, Oscar Accountants Apologize

Stars React to Moonlight and La La Land Mix-Up, Oscar Accountants Apologize
The ending of this year's Oscar telecast may go down as one of the most talked-about in history, as the wrong film, La La Land was announced as Best Picture. Bonnie & Clyde stars Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway reunited to present the final award, on the 40th anniversary of that classic film, but when Warren Beatty opened the envelope, he was surprised to discover that the envelope was actually for Best Actress, which Emma Stone had just won for La La Land moments earlier. The accounting firm of Price Waterhouse and Cooper issued a statement apologizing for this unfortunate error, while we have also compiled a number of tweets from celebrities as they watched this on-stage drama unfold. Take a look at the accounting firm's full statement below.

"We sincerely apologize to Moonlight, La La Land, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, and Oscar viewers for the error that was made during
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Taboo episode 8 review

Louisa Mellor Feb 25, 2017

Even if Taboo’s finale makes barely a lick of sense, it certainly provides a spectacle…

This review contains spoilers.

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Cheerio to James Delaney, currently sailing with a ragtag crew to Portugal to liaise with an American spy. Why he’s doing that is anybody’s guess. Why James Delaney has done any of this is anybody’s guess.

Prior to the shoot-out, this finale was representative of the series as a whole. A half-dead Delaney stalked around London taking care of business by having gnomic, sometimes violent conversations with friends and foe, rarely allowing us the privilege of knowing whatever the hell was going on. The episode was designed to show off our lead as a strategic master of Sherlockian guile.
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The Lrm Interview with The Comedian’s Leslie Mann

Actress Leslie Mann is an absolutely lovely person to talk to if you ever get a chance. To many, she’s become better known as Mrs. Judd Apatow and the mother of two daughters who have famously stolen scenes from her in his comedies Knocked Up and This is 40. In fact, she’s been a fairly active comedic actress for quite some time and since her last movie with her husband, she’s appeared in movies like The Bling Ring, How to Be Single, The Other Woman and more.

For The Comedian, a new comedy directed by Taylor Hackford (Ray), Mann is paired with Robert De Niro as the love interest to his stand-up comic Jackie Burke, who meets her character Harmony Schultz when he’s at a low point in life, forced to work at a soup kitchen as community service for attacking a heckler. Jackie and Harmony
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