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Lea Michele Shares Topless Bedroom Photo

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2017-04-24T13:52:17-07:00Lea Michele Shares Topless Bedroom PhotoDid she wake up like this? Lea Michele shared an intimate snap with her 4 million–plus Instagram followers Sunday, April 23. The Scream Queens star took a selfie from her bed, apparently topless but in full makeup. “Bed series,” she captioned the shot, taken during a multiday trip to London. The Glee alum, 30, isn’t shy about sharing her form. She kicked off 2017 with a nude Instagram and has posted other “bed series” entries in New York City and the morning of the Grammys in L.A.

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A post shared by Lea Michele (@leamichele) on Apr 23, 2017 at 1:08am Pdt

Read the rest of this article at Us Weekly. Lea Michele has also appeared in Sons of Anarchy and Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return.
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Five "Must-See" Movies for August 2015

Well, it's finally August, and while the summer movie season isn't completely over it might as well be. This article was a difficult one to put together, because there just isn't much to recommend this month. But you know what, that's okay, I think I managed to pull together five solid titles for the "must-see" section, and lucky for us the fall festival season is just around the corner, which means things are about to heat up exponentially on the prestige movie front just in time to compensate for things cooling down outside as the seasons change. (I should note here, it is currently 106 degrees fahrenheit here in the desert, and the thought of things cooling down is marvelous, but also very premature.) We are coming off what turned out to be a pretty solid month last month, in my opinion, as I settled back into my routine after a
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Cameron Diaz, Kirk Cameron win Razzies, Ben Affleck named Razzie Redeemer

Cameron Diaz, Kirk Cameron win Razzies, Ben Affleck named Razzie Redeemer
Kirk Cameron was the biggest winner at last night's (February 21) 35th annual Razzie Awards, which celebrated the worst achievements in film in 2014.

The 44-year-old and his Christian comedy Saving Christmas won four out of the six categories they were nominated for, including Worst Picture and Worst Actor.

Cameron Diaz was also honoured at the ceremony, receiving the award for Worst Actress for both her roles in The Other Woman and Sex Tape.

The actress was nominated for two other awards, including 'Worst Supporting Actress' for her stint as Coleen Hannigan in the Annie remake and 'Worst Screen Combo' with Jason Segel in Sex Tape, but lost to Megan Fox (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and Kirk Cameron and his ego (Saving Christmas) respectively.

Despite leading this year's nominations, Transformers: Age of Extinction only won one award on the night - Worst Director for Michael Bay.

Other winners include Annie in the Worst Prequel,
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First Look at Stephen King's 'Cell' Starring John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson

Well, this could mean trouble for Cell as it was announced this morning Clarius Entertainment has acquired domestic distribution rights to the film based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. So far Clarius has had an awful track record at the box office with the releases of And So It Goes, Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return and most recently the Nicole Kidman starrer Before I Go To Sleep, the three of which combine for a grand total of only $26.8 million at the domestic box office. The budget of the Oz feature alone was $70 million while the other two haven't even been reported. Perhaps, however, this will be a turn for the better as the film, directed by Tod "Kip" Williams (Paranormal Activity 2), stars John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan) and Stacy Keach centers on a powerful signal broadcast across mobile networks worldwide, resulting in
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Forecast: Bombs Away for 'Mortdecai,' 'Strange Magic'

Forecast: Bombs Away for 'Mortdecai,' 'Strange Magic'
<< Continued from "'Sniper' to Easily Fight Off Weak Competition This Weekend"Opening at 2,648 locations, Mortdecai will likely be Johnny Depp's latest misfire at the domestic box office. He stars as the title character, a "debonair art dealer and part time rogue" who goes on a mission to recover a stolen painting.Marketing has positioned the movie as a broad slapstick comedy, and there's been a heavy emphasis placed on Mortdecai's silly-looking mustache. That includes a series of posters that feature each of the main stars, including Gwyneth Paltrow and Olivia Munn, wearing a similar mustache. While this quirky choice has helped differentiate the movie, it seems too slight to really translate in to ticket sales.In general, this is a pretty odd project. It's adapted from a series of novels by British author Kyril Bonfiglioli, which were originally published in the 1970s; while they surely have some fans,
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"Interview," "Christmas" Top Razzie Nom Shortlist

The official nominations aren't announced for another two weeks, but Gold Derby has posted a leaked shortlist of contenders for this year's Razzie Awards which celebrate the worst in cinema.

Both Sony's controversial comedy "The Interview" and Kirk Cameron's much-lambasted "Saving Christmas" dominate the list and will compete with the likes of "Transcendence," "A Million Ways to Die in the West," "Atlas Shrugged Part III," "The Legend of Hercules," "Sex Tape," "A Haunted House 2," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "Left Behind," "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and "I, Frankenstein" for the 'Worst Picture' award.

Other films to score noms include "Noah," "The Expendables III," "Pompeii," "Exodus: Gods and Kings," "Endless Love," "Annie," "Blended," "Trannies 4," "Walk of Shame," "Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return," "Sabotage," "Tammy," "The Other Woman" and "Before I Go To Sleep".

The full list of this year's nominees can be found here.
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'The Interview' and Kirk Cameron Top Razzies Short List

'The Interview' and Kirk Cameron Top Razzies Short List
The Interview has been performing well in its limited theatrical and online VOD release, taking in more than $15 million from online sales and rentals. The comedy has already expanded to cable VOD, Playstation, Vudu and more theaters nationwide. Despite its early success, The Interview has not been received well by at least one organization, The Golden Raspberry Awards, a.k.a. The Razzies, which has released its "short list" of nominees. The Interview is listed in several categories including Worst Picture, Worst On-Screen Combo (James Franco and Seth Rogen) and Worst Actor (both James Franco and Seth Rogen). Voting for the Razzie Awards ends on January 10, with the nominations to be announced January 14, one day before The Academy Awards nominations are announced.

Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas, which was already voted the worst movie of all time by IMDb users, is also prominently featured on the short list, with nominations for Worst Picture,
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14 Worst Movies of 2014

14 Worst Movies of 2014
Most Hollywood studios have gotten smart about their film budgets, lowering them quite a bit over the past year. Which means we saw fewer box office bombs in 2014. Almost all of the big releases made at least a little bit of their money back, except maybe Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return. It only earned $18.6 million worldwide against it's $70 million budget. Winter's Tale and Vampire Academy were also big money losers over the past twelve months, but seeming disasters like Transcendence and I, Frankenstein actually managed to recoup their costs overseas. That doesn't mean these were good movies by any means. And some of the biggest blockbusters of the year shouldn't be considered masterpieces of cinema by any stretch of the imagination. In 2014, we couldn't really judge a movie by its earnings. But we could judge them by their critical and fan responses. Which is where Rotten Tomatoes comes in handy.
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What's New on Netflix Streaming in December 2014

Netflix streaming is upping the ante this December, adding enough high-profile TV shows and movies to more than make up for last month's lackluster offerings.

On the movie side, highlights include Will Ferrell and gang in "Anchorman 2," the Heath Ledger-starring "A Knight's Tale," Cameron Crowe classic "Almost Famous," Oscar-winning "American Beauty," and horror hits "Oculus" and "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones." Oh, and let's not forget '80s classic "Troop Beverly Hills," '90s cult favorite "Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion," or Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Wolf of Wall Street."

And there's plenty to love about what's coming on the TV front: "American Horror Story: Coven" finally gets its day on Netflix, "Sharknado 2" storms its way to streaming, and Brit hit "Broadchurch" finally lands stateside. Oh, and December sees the premiere of the hotly anticipated Netflix Original series "Marco Polo" on the 12th.

Here's a much
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2015 Oscars: 20 Animated Movies to Compete for Best Animated Feature

There are still six movies I need to add to the database, but today the Academy announced 20 movies that will compete for up to at least five nominations for Best Animated Feature at the 2015 Oscars. I've been tracking these for some time now and currently have Big Hero 6 at the top of the charts, but I'm beginning to think this may be The Lego Movie's award to lose. It's a difficult category to predict right now considering my personal opinion of those two top contenders and having not yet seen the likes of Studio Ghibli's The Tale of the Princess Kaguya or Song of the Sea, both of which could be top contenders, or Laika's The Boxtrolls, which has done modest business at the box office, hoping to crack $100 million worldwide by next weekend. Anyway, here's the complete list and I'll get the six I don't have in
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Weekend Report: 'Nightcrawler,' 'Ouija' in Dead Heat Over Halloween

Weekend Report: 'Nightcrawler,' 'Ouija' in Dead Heat Over Halloween
With weekend actuals reporting, Ouija narrowly held on to first place ahead of Nightcrawler over Halloween weekend. Meanwhile, Before I Go To Sleep and the Saw 10th anniversary re-release each bombed.The Top 12 earned just shy of $80 million, which makes this one of the slowest weekends of the year. That can partly be attributed to the "Halloween effect": moviegoers were preoccupied with other activities on Friday, which set the weekend back quite a bit. This is a chicken-and-egg sort of thing, though: fearing this Halloween effect, the big studios avoided the date entirely. Had someone stepped up to the plate with a broadly appealing offering, the aggregate box office wouldn't be nearly as low.Sunday estimates had Nightcrawler and Ouija tied with $10.9 million. Open Road Films had Nightcrawler earning $9,000 more than Ouija, though other sources suggested Ouija came out on top. When actuals reported on Monday actuals, Ouija had
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Forecast (cont.): 'Saw' Re-Release, 'Before I Go to Sleep'

Forecast (cont.): 'Saw' Re-Release, 'Before I Go to Sleep'
<< Continued from "Weekend Forecast""If it's Halloween, it must be Saw." Lionsgate is banking that moviegoers will remember that old adage this weekend, when the 2004 horror classic is re-released in to over 2,000 theaters.The original Saw opened to a surprising $18.3 million on this weekend 10 years ago, and spawned a franchise that ruled the next four Halloweens. The first sequel (Saw II) was the highest-grossing installment with $87 million; grosses progressively declined to Saw V, which earned $56.7 million.All good things must eventually end, though, and Saw VI got stomped by word-of-mouth sensation Paranormal Activity in October 2009. The movie dropped around 50 percent from the previous installment, which led to a franchise-low $27.7 million gross. The following year, Saw 3D recovered to $45.7 million, though that was thanks to the addition of 3D pricing (during 3D's peak) and a "final chapter" bump.Re-releases have been a hit-or-miss endeavor lately. 3D re-releases for The Lion King,
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New VOD and Streaming Movies, Plus: Live, Die and Repeat with Tom Cruise in 'Edge of Tomorrow' Four Weeks Before Disc

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Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and own this week on the various streaming services such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods Belle (period romance based on the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle; Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Tom Wilkinson, Sam Reid, Miranda Richardson; rated PG) Brick Mansions (action; Paul Walker, RZA; rated PG-13) Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Marvel superhero sequel; Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Redford, Anthony Mackie; also available in 3D; rated PG-13) Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return (animated family film; voices...

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New to Blu-ray: The Walking Dead Season 4, All That Jazz Criterion, The Double, and More

This week’s new Blu-ray releases include the latest season of one of the most popular shows on TV, a musical classic on Criterion, one of the year’s underseen dark comedies, and more. Check them out below: The Walking Dead: Season 4 [Blu-ray] - $29.99 (63% off) The Walking Dead: Season 4 Limited Edition [Blu-ray] - $79.99 (38% off) The Double [Blu-ray] - $12.26 (59% off) All That Jazz (Blu-ray + DVD) - $35.96 (10% off) Normal Heart [Blu-ray] - $21.24 (15% off) Sons of Anarchy: Season 6 [Blu-ray] - $29.99 (57% off) Blended (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD UltraViolet Combo Pack) - $22.99 (36% off) Belle [Blu-ray] - $19.99 (29% off) Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return [Blu-ray] - $15.00 (50% off)

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'All That Jazz', 'Blended', 'The Double', 'Vengeance is Mine' and More on DVD & Blu-ray Today

All That Jazz (Criterion Collection) I've only seen Bob Fosse's All That Jazz once and I enjoyed it. I enjoyed it a lot for its excellent photography, but I'm not sure I feel any need to purchase it. I didn't even ask for a review copy, but I will say were it to come on television I'm pretty sure it would be an easy movie to sink back into. One thing I will add, however, is Roy Scheider crushes this performance; a stand out, dripping with intensity performance that's certainly worth seeing. This new Criterion release comes loaded to the gills, here are the features: New 4K digital restoration, with 3.0 surround DTS-hd Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray Audio commentary featuring editor Alan Heim Selected-scene audio commentary by actor Roy Scheider New interviews with Heim and Fosse biographer Sam Wasson New conversation between actors Ann Reinking and Erzsebet Foldi
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New on DVD Blu-ray August 26, 2014: 'Belle,' 'Portlandia,' 'Walking Dead'

Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week


What's It About? This 18th century English romance is about Dido Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), a biracial woman raised by her aristocratic great uncle and aunt, Lord and Lady Mansfield. She grows up alongside her cousin Elizabeth (Sarah Gadon) as equals and best friends, but as they come of age, their differences become all too apparent -- to each other and to their would-be suitors. Meanwhile, Lord Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson) is facing a trial as Lord Chief Justice of England that could change the future of slavery. Will Dido find love on her own terms?

Why We're In: It's an elegant period piece perfect for Jane Austen fans, and it's a subtle but effective examination of the intersection of class and race in 18th century England. Mbatha-Raw is fantastic, and director Amma Asante has an excellent eye for detail.

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Weekend Report: 'Lucy' Wins Brain vs. Brawn Battle

Weekend Report: 'Lucy' Wins Brain vs. Brawn Battle
Scarlett Johansson easily out-muscled Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson on the final weekend of a very weak month at the box office.In another big win for Universal Pictures, Lucy took first place with over $43.9 million. Meanwhile, Hercules had to settle for runner-up with a lukewarm $29.8 million debut.Overall, the Top 12 earned $136.8 million this weekend; that's down 13 percent from the same frame last year.Lucy's opening weekend didn't quite match similar movies like Wanted ($50.9 million) or Taken 2 ($49.5 million). The fact that it even came close, though, is a fairly remarkable feat for this moderately-budgeted original action movie. Among other similar titles, it crushed The Bourne Legacy ($38.1 million) and Salt ($36 million).It's also the fourth Universal Pictures release to open north of $35 million this year; the other three are Lone Survivor, Ride Along and Neighbors. This is even more impressive considering all four titles are "original" (i.e. not sequels,
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Weekend Box Office: 'Lucy' Opens to Massive $44 Million, 'Hercules' Far Behind

The $33 million tracking for Luc Besson's Lucy seemed crazy. It was a rated-r movie with Scarlett Johansson in the lead role, a position she isn't typically known for. Add to that, Besson's largest opening for one of his films was $17 million back in 1997 with The Fifth Element and I'm not sure I saw any press for the film, after all, Johansson is busy with Avengers: Age of Ultron and if I'm not mistaken, it was only Morgan Freeman huffing helium with Jimmy Fallon when it comes to the film's late night press. And yet, it's number one at the box office in a big way. With $44 million, Lucy is your number one film at the box office this weekend. Budgeted at $40 million the film will likely do well internationally, though I think we should expect a 60-65% drop next weekend, if not more, thanks to the "C+" CinemaScore and
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Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return Blu-ray Release Date and Details

Fox Home Entertainment has announced the Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return Blu-ray release date is August 26, and there will be no early Digital HD release that is quickly becoming all the rage in home video these days.

Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return is an animated musical starring the voice talent of Lea Michele, Dan Aykroyd, Martin Short, Jim Belushi, Patrick Stewart, Kelsey Grammer and more, and features music by Bryan Adams. The Clarius Entertainment production earned  $8.4 million during its limited theatrical engagement.

The Blu-ray edition of Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return comes packaged with DVD and Digital HD versions of the film with the feature presentation being offered in 1.78:1 1080p video and 5.1 DTS-hd Master Audio. A handful of bonus features are comprised of the following:

Legends of Oz: The Music of Oz

Legends of Oz: The Legacy of Oz

Sing Along the Yellow Brick Road

Legends of Oz: Activity
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Plan Your Summer Now with the 2014 Summer Movie Calendar

Summer is four months long now, at least in the movie world. Here are the dates and films to look forward to seeing:


May 2. The Amazing Spider-Man 2  (PG-13):  Peter Parker returns, facing a triple challenge with The Rhino, Electro, and the Green Goblin all posing a major threat.

May 9. Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return (PG): An animated Dorothy goes back to Oz, this time to save the Emerald City.

May 16. Million Dollar Arm (PG): A struggling sports agent is determined to turn two Indian cricket players into baseball legends in less than a year.

May 16.  Godzilla (PG-13): The gigantic kaiju is back, and this time he's taking out his fury on the citizens of New York.

May 23. X-Men: Days of Future Past (PG-13): Wolverine must go back in time and convince a young Charles Xavier that only he can prevent a war on mutants.
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