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Danger One Turns on the Siren for 1 Million Dollars in this Trailer

Danger One is an upcoming thriller, from director Tom Oesch. The film involves an ambulance call and the large amount of money their patient is carrying. Greed collides with doing-the-right-thing, in the film's official trailer. As well, Danger One stars: Tom Everett Scott (Race to Witch Mountain), James Jurdi and Angelica Celaya. The film's trailer was released last month. And, Danger One will be shown in theatres this September. The film will also have a home entertainment release next month, as well. The official trailer shows the paramedics and their moral choice. The patient might not make it. But, his clothes are full of large bills. Now, Dean (Scott) and Eric (Jurdi) must decide if they can get away with stealing a million dollars. Unfortunately, they tell the wrong people of their discovery. Now, everyone is fighting over the same bundle of cash, in this Danger One trailer. Freestyle Digital
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‘The World Ends with You: Final Remix’ Gets Fall Release on Nintendo Switch

  • Variety
The Nintendo Switch port of the DS cult classic “The World Ends with You” is bringing its unique blend of rhythmic battles and adventure to the console on Oct. 12 as both digital and physical editions, Nintendo announced Tuesday morning.

“The World Ends with You: Final Remix” is finally coming to a new portable system 11 years after its initial debut, following popular mobile ports. The Switch version will let players use either the Joy-Con controllers or the Switch’s touch screen to control protagonist Neku and friends, with two-player co-op mode available for the first time.

Handheld Mode will let you play the game in a manner similar to the way it could be controlled back on the DS, with touch controls available to slash through “Noise” enemies and control the flow of battle. If playing in TV or Tabletop Mode, you can use the Joy-Con controllers to interact with the game via special onscreen pointer.
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Showtime Orders ‘Queen Fur’ Pilot from Eileen Myers

  • Variety
Showtime has ordered pilot “Queen Fur” from executive producer Eileen Myers.

Produced by Showtime and Sony Pictures Television, “Queen Fur” is set in a small town in Central Florida where beauty pageants, gun culture, Cuban revolutionaries and Southern hospitality co-exist and collide. Lily Mae Harrington will star as Macy Dunleavy – a high school dropout who is finding her womanhood and is ready to seize a big opportunity. Among Harrington’s credits are “Some Freaks,” “Room 104,” “Loserville,” and “Pee Wee’s Big Holiday.” She made her TV debut as semi-finalist on the reality series “The Glee Project.”

“Eileen has created a uniquely twisted female empowerment story that surprises at every turn,” said Gary Levine, president of programming for Showtime. “I am confident that Lily Mae Harrington, playing this feisty, sexually confident, gun-toting underdog, will have audiences laughing, gasping and, ultimately, cheering for her!”

Myers has served as a writer and
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Showtime Orders ‘Queen Fur’ Drama Pilot From Eileen Myers; Lily Mae Harrington To Star

  • Deadline
Showtime has given a formal pilot order to hourlong drama Queen Fur, from writer Eileen Myers (Masters of Sex), with Lily Mae Harrington (Some Freaks) set to star.

Created, written and executive produced by Myers, Queen Fur is set in a small town in Central Florida – a place where beauty pageants, gun culture, Cuban revolutionaries and Southern hospitality co-exist and collide. And at the center of it all is Macy Dunleavy (Harrington) – a curvy, sexy, unapologetic high school dropout who is finding her womanhood and is ready to seize a big opportunity.

Sian Heder (Orange Is the New Black) will direct the pilot. Deb Spera (Army Wives) will serve as an executive producer with Myers. Showtime and Sony Pictures TV, where Myers is under an overall deal, are co-producing. Queen Fur has been in development at Showtime since 2017 when Myers, Spera and Sony TV sold the project to the pay
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Reaper’s Shotgun Is The First Official ‘Overwatch’ Nerf Toy

  • Variety
Blizzard Entertainment and Nerf are teaming up to create a line of “Overwatch” accessories and they’re starting with Reaper’s Hellfire shotguns.

Fans at San Diego Comic-Con got a sneak peek of the new Nerf Rival Overwatch Reaper Wight Edition blaster last weekend. The fully functional toy comes with a spring-action mechanism, a ready indicator, and a safety lock. All “Overwatch” Nerf Rival guns will come with custom rounds bearing the game’s logo and a specific color. The Reaper blaster holds eight rounds that can reportedly be propelled up to 90 feet per second.

Blizzard first teased the new Nerf line on Twitter in May. This latest partnership is part of an ongoing effort by publisher Activision Blizzard to launch a robust merchandising program around its popular online hero shooter, which currently has a player base of 40 million. It also recently launched an exclusive Uniqlo apparel line, it’s
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5 Most Emotional Video Game Openings

  • Cinelinx
While many video games like to kick off with dramatic set pieces that thrust gamers into the middle of the action right away, other titles like to punch you firmly in the gut with “the feels.” Here, I’m taking a look at some of the most emotional video game openings around.

Everyone plays games for a variety of reasons. Some love the challenge, some enjoy competing, and others love the just turning off their brain and playing something fun. Personally, I love story-driven games and it’s the primary thing I look for when picking up a new title. What this means, however, is that sometimes they begin the game with an emotional ass kicking to get you more invested in the characters/story.

After watching all the great story trailers from this year’s E3, and looking forward to the excellent looking story-based games coming in just a couple months,
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Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Report Card: Best Episode, Worst Sendoff & More!

It has been an exciting season of Grey's Anatomy

Grey's Anatomy Season 14 was a huge improvement after a lackluster and disappointing Grey's Anatomy Season 13. In many ways, the series got back to the basics. It gave us strong character arcs and friendships, interesting medical cases, relationship drama, and more. 

It also made a splash when the news broke that two fan-favorites would be departing by the season's end. Looking back and reviewing the season, it was evident that episodes churned out after that shocking news (and an unpopular 'ship becoming canon) weren't received very well. Yikes! 

If you want to check out how we felt after the first half of the season, you can check out our Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Midseason Report Card: What Worked and What Didn't. 

If you'd like to catch up or relive the season, you can watch Grey's Anatomy online here via TV Fanatic and check
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New Amsterdam Trailer: Ryan Eggold Returns to TV!

New Amsterdam looks set to be a fresh take on the medical drama.

NBC recently placed an order for the series and has announced it will air Tuesdays 10/9c out of megahit This Is Us.

The series was formerly known as Bellevue, but has been given the New Amsterdam title. Yes, it's the same title of a failed Fox drama from several years ago, so we fully expect the name to change again.

The official logline reads:

The new Bellevue Hospital director’s maverick approach disrupts the status quo while always prioritizing patient care.

Located in Manhattan, Bellevue is the only hospital in the world that has the capability to treat ebola patients, prisoners from Rikers Island and the President of the United States all under one roof.

It stars Ryan Eggold (The Blacklist), Freema Agyeman (Doctor Who), Janet Montgomery (This Is Us), Jocko Sims (The Last Ship), Anupam Kher
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Win Passes To The Advance Screening Of Super Troopers 2 In St. Louis

Raunchy and outrageous and coming at you this 4/20, Super Troopers 2 continues in the grand tradition of the Broken Lizard comedy group, serving up R-rated slapstick along with plenty of sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll.

Everyone’s favorite law enforcement team is back by popular demand with the long anticipated follow up to the cult comedy classic…Super Troopers. When an international border dispute arises between the U.S. and Canada, the Super Troopers- Mac, Thorny, Foster, Rabbit and Farva, are called in to set up a new Highway Patrol station in the disputed area. Unconventional police work follows, and the result is…Super Troopers 2.

Directed by Jay Chandrasekhar and written by Broken Lizard, Super Troopers 2 stars Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter and Erik Stolhanske, known collectively as Broken Lizard. The cast also features Lynda Carter (“Wonder Woman”), Emmanuelle Chriqui, Marisa Coughlan, Tyler Labine, Hayes MacArthur (“Angie Tribeca”), Will Sasso,
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Dive into a strange new world in Vampyr's Story Trailer

  • Cinelinx
Vampyr releases in just a few months, but you can get a sneak peek at the story trailer and more, right here!

Vampyr, the upcoming action-rpg from Dontnod Entertainment, will release June 5 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game's wider narrative arcs are unveiled today in a captivating Story Trailer, brought together with an eerie cover of (Don’t Fear) the Reaper. Returning from the frontlines to a London devastated by war and disease, Dr. Jonathan Reid awakens to a once-hidden world of ungodly creatures, secret societies and vampire hunts.

In Vampyr, you play as Jonathan Reid, a doctor in 1918 London newly-turned into a vampire following his return from the Great War. His convictions blown away, Reid discovers the existence of a dark new world were supernatural creatures and secret societies live together in the shadows... and he is now part of this world.

As a newborn vampire shattered
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Tarzan vs Zombies, Vampirella & Reaper in New Movie!

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Tarzan agrees to investigate the rumours of a mad scientist using humans as test subjects on a remote island. Once they reached the island via ship, Jane got captured by the scientist’s guards & taken through the portal to the Underworld Graveyard to be sacrificed to Reaper. Tarzan and his crew do everything they can …

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Missy Peregrym Cast as Female Lead in CBS' Dick Wolf Drama F.B.I.

Missy Peregrym Cast as Female Lead in CBS' Dick Wolf Drama F.B.I.
Talk about a well-deserved promotion: Missy Peregrym is trading in her Rookie Blue uniform for a spot at the F.B.I.

Peregrym has been tapped to star in the Dick Wolf-created series, which — as the title suggests — focuses on the men and women in the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, our sister site Deadline reports. Peregrym will play Special Agent Maggie Bell, a highly protective and deeply committed Midwest native whose family has been in law enforcement for generations. Despite her convictions, Maggie must work “incredibly hard not to let a personal tragedy derail her new life,
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Death Wish Review

Eli Roth’s Death Wish remake is a “What were they thinking?” shoot-em-up baffler from start to finish. Irresponsibly tone deaf, maverick in its thematic ignorance and pornographic in its fetishistic gun obsession. There’s never a point where vi-o-lent vigilante justice might *not* be the answer, always gruesomely inflicted with Rothian levels of fatal body trauma. For a movie that opens with media chatter about how Chicago’s criminal epidemic has reached near-dystopian levels, there’s a shocking lack of responsible messaging under peeled layers of flesh. No matter how much you might want to separate your politics from movies, Death Wish refuses to let you. It’s a dumbfounding example of the exact kind of weapons normalization we *do-f#&king-not* need in mainstream pop culture right now.

Bruce Willis is Roth’s Charles Bronson, playing the “Lake Shore Drive” lookin’ surgeon Dr. Paul Kersey. He’s a loving
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Reaper: Cancelled CW Series Stars Reprise Roles on ABC's Kevin (Probably) Saves the World

Do not abandon hope, all ye who enter here. While the Reaper TV show was cancelled after two short seasons on The CW, Sam Oliver and Sock are back with a vengeance. Bret Harrison and Tyler Labine are reprising their cult-classic roles, on February 20, 2018 at 10:00pm Et/Pt, on ABC's Kevin (Probably) Saves the World. Check out the episode description, photos, and some cast tweets, below. Although they air(ed) on different networks, both supernatural shows were created by Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas and hail from ABC Studios, so the crossover--reunion works on all sorts of levels. Additionally, Reaper, the complete series, is currently available on ABC.com and the ABC app. An ABC comedy-drama, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World stars Jason Ritter, JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Kimberly Hébert Gregory, Chloe East, J. August Richards, Dustin Ybarra, and India
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Kevin (Probably): Jason Ritter Previews 'Big Game-Changer' Twist and Reaper Reunion, Talks Renewal Chances

All of Kevin (Probably) Saves the World‘s secrets are in danger of being exposed.

Beginning with this Tuesday’s episode (ABC, 10/9c), the titular savior’s feelings for his ex Kristin, his family’s suspicions, and “warriors” Yvette and Dave’s human-like vulnerabilities all start to come to a head, star Jason Ritter tells TVLine in the following Q&A. And one of those storylines leads to “a big game-changer.”

Below, Ritter also previews Kevin‘s special Reaper reunion — the two shows share the same creators — and addresses the ABC bubble series’ renewal odds.

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Everything's Coming up Roses on 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 14

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Everything's Coming up Roses on 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 14
When the teaser trailer for episode 11 of Grey's Anatomy, titled "(Don't Fear) the Reaper," aired, fans worried what fate would befall Bailey when she announced she was having a heart attack. Rumors always swirl of a possible demise when a Grey's Anatomy character deals with a health scare thanks to Ptsd (Post Traumatic Shepherd Departure.) And while Bailey did have a brush with death, she's expected to make a full recovery. All season, fans have been waiting for the other shoe to drop when it comes to the storylines involving their favorite characters. But while the series remains intense and continues to tackle serious issues, the tone of the show has lightened considerably during season 14.
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‘Kevin (Probably) Saves The World’ Creators on Reminding People They Don’t Have to Be Dicks — Turn It On Podcast

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Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters admit their new ABC series, “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World,” is a bit hard to explain at first. But it comes down to this easy message: “Don’t be a jerk.”

Jason Ritter stars as Kevin Finn, a selfish and clueless man who hits rock bottom and decides to move home to Texas and live with his widowed twin sister Amy, played by JoAnna Garcia Swisher, and his teenage niece Reese. Once night, a mysterious meteor lands near their house, and Kevin starts to see visions – of a woman named Yvette, who claims to be a warrior for God. Yvette tells Kevin he’s the last of the 36 righteous on earth. Now, he needs to recruit the rest of a new batch of 35.

“In the last couple years and with the election, it didn’t matter politically if you were left or right — it felt like people felt hopelessness,
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‘Kevin (Probably) Saves the World’: The Show’s Unique Premise Owes Inspiration to Jewish Mythology

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‘Kevin (Probably) Saves the World’: The Show’s Unique Premise Owes Inspiration to Jewish Mythology
[Editor’s note: Light spoilers for the premiere episode of “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World” follow.]

The new shows that make up the bulk of the fall broadcast TV season fall into pretty obvious categories: military drama (“The Brave”), medical drama (“The Good Doctor”), family comedy/annual expansion of the Chuck Lorre empire (“Young Sheldon”).

And then there’s “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World,” the ABC drama airing Tuesday nights, which doesn’t fit neatly into any box in particular. The official synopsis, per ABC:

Kevin Finn (Jason Ritter) is not a good person. He’s not terrible, but he’s selfish, and clueless, and values material wealth and status over all else. And he’s beginning to realize that those things aren’t making him happy – in fact, he’s fairly miserable. Just when things seem to be at their worst, he finds himself tasked with an unbelievable mission… saving the world…

A series of fantastic events, including a meteorite landing near the house, lead
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Tyler Labine

Tyler Labine is a Canadian actor and comedian. He was born in Brampton, Ontario, on April 29, 1978. His first acting job was in an episode of ‘Street Legal’ in 1991. His film debut came much later when he landed the role of Grower Brian in the 1999 movie ‘Tall Lights Fade’. Since then, he has acted in many movies and television series. He is most famous for his role in the movie ‘Tucker & Dale vs. Evil’ and for playing characters in television series that include ‘Breaker High’, ‘Dead Beat’, ‘Invasion’, ‘Dead Last’, and ‘Reaper’. His most recent role

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Tyler Labine
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Kevin (Probably) Saves the World EPs on Title Tweak, New Celestial Guide

Kevin (Probably) Saves the World EPs on Title Tweak, New Celestial Guide
ABC’s fall dramedy Kevin (Probably) Save the World is taking on a less holy moniker, having changed its title from the far more biblical The Gospel of Kevin.

RelatedHow ABC’s Fall Drama The Good Doctor Handles Its Lead Character’s Autism

“Kevin (Probably) Saves the World captures the tone better than the old title,” executive producer Michele Fazekas (Agent Carter) explained at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Sunday. “I think people were thinking that the show was one thing. The tone of it is the hardest thing to understand, or to capture. I think this actually works quite well.
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