End of the Line (II) (2007)
The first stop for The Commuter's home video tour is on Digital HD where it will stop at the station on April 3rd. Those of you waiting for The Commuter 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD editions will find them stocked in stores on April 17th.
The Commuter 4K Uhd and Blu-ray editions include Dolby Atmos audio.
Lionsgate went light on bonus features with only a pair of featurettes: 'End of the Line' and 'Off the Rails'. Might we see a more definitive edition in the future? Unlikely, but you never know.
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Details about Season 2 of “Shatterbox Anthology” have emerged. A press release has announced the directors participating in this run of Refinery29’s women-directed short film series. The freshman season launched at Sundance, but Park City is just the beginning: every title in this season will screen across all TNT platforms.
“Grown-ish” star Yara Shahidi, “Love” actress Gillian Jacobs, and “After Innocence” director Jessica Sanders are among those who stepped behind the camera in Season 2. On-screen talent includes Emily Mortimer. The season consists of eight shorts.
“Shatterbox Anthology” is intended to offer “emerging and established female filmmakers the support and opportunity to realize their visions and reach new audiences across multiple platforms,” according to the release.
Season 2 kicked off at Sundance with the world premiere of Sanders’ “End of the Line,” a story about a lonely man who buys a tiny man
The Sundance programmers whittled the 69 official selections from 8,740 submissions (down 245 from the previous year). Making the cut were several shorts with recognizable talent in front of the lens: Simon Helberg and Brett Gelman suffer through an unbalanced relationship in Jessica Sander’s two-hander “End of the Line,” Lakeith Stanfield plays himself in Shaka King’s “Lazercism,” and Armie Hammer undertakes a supporting role as a television huckster in Dev Patel’s “Home Shopper.”
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HBO's Veep has been a consistent darling of critics since it debuted six seasons ago, but those critics are going to have to learn to live without it very soon. The show's creators and its star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, admitted this week that the series' upcoming seventh season will be its last. That could be bad news for HBO, whose top series, Game of Thrones, could be on hiatus until 2019 and whose most recent hits Westworld and Big Little Lies aren't airing new episodes any time soon, either.
Via The Hollywood Reporter.
Veep, HBO's acclaimed comedy, Emmy powerhouse and arguably the funniest comedy on television, will end its run with a final seventh season in 2018.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus just called to tell me the news, and I just told her she's killing me.
Great Balls Of Fire…Get Used To It
The Royal Rumble! Survivor Series! Summerfest! And, of course, the granddaddy of them all, Wrestlemania! WWE’s Big Four shows of the year. Events that can sell out based on their brand names alone.
Then you’ve got the second tier of shows like Money in the Bank, Hell in a Cell, Backlash, No Mercy.
Beneath those are Roadblock: End of the Line, WWE Fastlane. TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs. Quite a lot further down, you have Capitol Punishment, Over the Limit, Fatal Fourway. And then, somewhere way down at the bottom, we have the newest WWE pay-per-view brand. WWE Great Balls of Fire. Which, let me check, yeah – they’re still calling it that.
According to Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler, on his Dinner with The King podcast, get used to it,
Though it is a tempting dream, the road towards success and fame is a steep one and often people lose their passion and wake up to “reality”. Some persist towards this path of life and succeed while some have triggered opportunities with their music alone and have their name added onto the list of the famous. In either case,
"It was really nice for me to do something other than move a dead body," the actress shared when teasing the episode that sees a different side of Wade. And speaking of doing something different, while she pointed out that the nature of the crossovers doesn't allow for them to use the MEs that much since they're mostly about the action and chasing down someone, she'd love to "ruffle Mark Harmon's feathers because he's always been a very calm and steady character."
According to Outback folklore, there really was a Red Dog, and his plucky antics became the stuff of legend,
Baron Corbin was added to Dolph Ziggler and Aj Styles’ WWE Championship match.
Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton will defend their tag team championships against Slater & Rhyno, The Usos and American Alpha.
The Women’s Championship is on the line between Becky Lynch and Alexa Bliss.
And John Cena is making his WWE return for the first time in over two months.
With Raw being on Boxing Day next week, and holiday episodes generally drawing lower viewing figures, Smackdown might actually beat the red brand in the ratings for the first time since the split. And then, who knows, maybe Vince McMahon will start to apply some of the same consistent logic and storyline-based feuds on Monday Nights.
Aj Styles made his in-ring return to open the show against James Ellsworth. This was originally
Big E. made fun of this passing back and forth of the belt in this week’s episode of Raw, with probably the best joke of the night. After Kofi Kingston mourned The New Day losing their tag team belts – which they held for just under 500 days – he pointed out that sometimes you have to lose to win in the long-run. For instance,
The big news coming out of the show is the rematch for the WWE Universal Championship between champion Kevin Owens vs United States Champion Roman Reigns. Chris Jericho, in an attempt to prevent him from interfering in the match, will be suspended over the ring in a shark cage. Anyone with a cursory knowledge of wrestling will remember that stipulation matches like this seem to always find the person locked in said cage finding a way to get a weapon of some sort to the person he supports allowing them to get the victory. This just occurred at Nxt: Takeover Toronto when Paul Ellering was able to get
According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, Foley is taking some time off from WWE due to having hip replacement surgery. Pro Wrestling Sheet revealed that the Gm only appeared on last night’s Roadblock: End of the Line because he was already in Pittsburgh for a charity event, and he’ll also work the following episode of Raw, but then he won’t be back until January 2nd.
This most likely means no traditional appearance of Foley Claus. Which also means no angles where Alberto Del Rio runs him over.
Foley isn’t the only WWE star dealing with injuries. The Hype Bros won a battle royal to decide the Smackdown Tag Team Championships number 1 contenders last week, but Zack Ryder suffered a serious knee injury during the match.
The man that creative forgot has been hovering just above Earth’s Stratosphere ever since late October, but on last night’s Roadblock: End of the Line pay-per-view, he turned up at the end of the Cruiserweight Championship three-way between Rich Swann, Tj Perkins and The Brian Kendrick.
Neville was last seen on WWE TV on Raw’s Halloween show in a multi-man Battle Royal. His last broadcast singles match was two weeks before that, losing to Bo Dallas. Back when Bo Dallas had a storyline.
Following Swann retaining his title at Roadblock, Neville walked down to the ring, all smiles, looked like he was going to congratulate the champion, but instead proceeded to kick everyone while the crowd chanted ‘Thank you, Neville’.
Neville being a part of the Cruiserweight division is something many have been arguing for since the title was brought back.
Rusev vs Big Cass (Kickoff Show Match)
As I dreaded, this match was a dud thanks to Rusev. I could honestly care less about his character. While Lana is definitely a lovely woman, looks can only take you so far in the pro wrestling business. The entire setup for the match seemed stolen from 1980’s era wrestling. The only entertaining part of the match was the usual great mic work from Enzo before the match started. Thankfully it was over pretty quick. Lana distracts Enzo who gets taken out by Rusev. Big Cass checks on his friend only to get counted out. Big whoop. The
Kevin Owens vs Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship
Roman Reigns has been in a tough spot for a while now. It’s clear based on how he’s been booked the past couple years that the WWE see money in his future. They want him to be the next big attraction. Yet the audience had not taken the bait, more often than not booing him out of the building. He’s not a bad performer at all in my opinion. The biggest issue I have with him is his lack of charisma. He’s boring on the mic. Not everyone has the
Rockstar Spud was beaten by Matt Hardy’s infant child Maxel in a No Dq match (Senor Benjamin shocked Spud with a tazer), The Dilapidated Boat – not a wrestling gimmick, but an actual dilapidated boat – was beaten up by the Helms Dynasty, and Crazy Steve was blasted into the sky by a volcano for the main event finish.
Of all the wrestling acts teased for the special, Swoggle – who wrestled for WWE as Hornswoggle – was the only actual surprise. Odb made her Tna return, and the Rock and Roll Express turned up for the Tag Team Apocalypto match.
Broken Matt explained the special’s appeal on Twitter:
To those that appreciate the #BROKENBrilliance that was #Apocalypto, gracias. It wasn’t created for those who don’t.
WWE brings the 2016 PPV calendar to a close this Sunday with its Roadblock: End of the Line show. December PPV’s often suffer from everyone turning their attention to the Royal Rumble and Raw’s last event of the year has suffered from the same issues. The show feels incredibly rushed and there is very little hype surrounding the event.
That being said, the show has some fairly solid matches on it and should provide a good few hours entertainment one week before Christmas.
Here’s my look at the card, and who I think will win each encounter…
Rusev vs. Big Cass
This is actually the toughest match to call on the night, but personally I think it should go to the Bulgarian Brute.
Whilst many would disagree I have actually enjoyed this feud. Sure, the ‘comedy
After last night’s announcement that Sasha Banks would take on Charlotte yet again for the Women’s Championship – this time in an Iron Person match at Roadblock: End of the Line – Nia tweeted a picture of Bill Murray saying, “Well it’s Groundhog Day…again.”
Jax uses her Twitter account for a mixture of kayfabe, trash talking Nxt Women’s Champion Asuka, and real life stuff, like congratulating Blissy Face on her TLC win – so it’s hard to tell if the Groundhog Day tweet is an actual shoot or worked shoot. But she isn’t the only member of the roster to express frustration about how Raw is built just around two women. Both Summer Rae and Emma tweeted Mick Foley last week to just let their feud end.
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