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5 Movies Starring Kate Winslet You May Have Not Heard About

When someone mentions Kate Winslet’s name, probably the first thing that comes to your mind is Titanic. This is quite expected because the movie “Titanic” is one of the highest grossing Hollywood movies of all time.

This British actress is also famous for her roles in “Quills,” “The Reader,” and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.” Very few know that before debuting in the “Heavenly Creatures,” Kate appeared in the “Adrian Mole,” “Peter Pan,” and “Get Back,” all of which are British productions.

In any case, many of us know Kate as an A-list actress who only stars in blockbusters. But a few movies where she appears went undeservedly unnoticed, some only featured her in a small role, and some of them were complete disasters.

As Kate’s fan, you might want to watch some cool movies starring Kate, and some cringy ones that are not as famous as her masterpieces as well.
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2019 Razzie winners announced: Full list of Razzie Award winners in all 10 categories [Watch]

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2019 Razzie winners announced: Full list of Razzie Award winners in all 10 categories [Watch]
The 2019 Golden Raspberry Awards were announced right before the stroke of midnight on Friday night, February 22. These 39th annual awards, “honoring” the worst achievements in film, were decided by more than 1,000 eligible voting members across all 50 states and two dozen foreign countries, while the Razzie Redeemer Award was chosen by registered users right here at Gold Derby. So who were the big winners — or losers, if you will? Watch the complete Razzies announcement video above, and scroll down to see the complete list of nominees and winners below.

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly have teamed up on comedy projects before, including “Talladega Nights” (2006) and “Step Brothers” (2008), but their December 25 release “Holmes and Watson” turned out to be coal in moviegoers’ Christmas stockings. The comic take on Arthur Conan Doyle‘s “Sherlock Holmes” stories scored a lowly 24 on MetaCritic, so it’s not too surprising that it was the Razzies
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Cast your vote for the Razzie Redeemer Award right here at Gold Derby!

Normally, you have to be a member of the Razzie Awards organization (apply here) to vote, but now there is one (very exciting) exception.

At Gold Derby’s prediction center, you can cast your vote for winner of the Redeemer Award, which hails the past Razzie nominee or winner who has now made the most impressive career rebound. That’s right, dear Derbyites. In this case, you’re not predicting the winner, you and Razzie fans are deciding it.

“Here at the Razzies, we love Gold Derby so much that we invite you to host the voting for our most prestigious award!” says Razzies chief John Wilson.

Thanks very much, John! What a lofty honor! We love you, too! We welcome all Razzie fans to our tempest-tossed cyber-shores.

John and those Razzie rascals usually employ savage humor when doling out their hilarious awards to pelt the worst film work of the year,
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Speculation running wild about Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine appearing in Avengers: Endgame

After hanging up the claws with 2017’s critically acclaimed Logan, Hugh Jackman had previously claimed that the only thing that would get him to change his mind and return for another outing as Wolverine would be if it was part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

So, with Disney close to completing its acquisition of 20th Century Fox, is it possible that we could see Jackman sharing the screen with Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?

Well, if – and we should really place an emphasis on “if” here – a Google listing is correct – not only is it possible, but it’s also going to happen this April in Avengers: Endgame!

As spotted by eagle-eyed fans, if you Google “famous Hugh Jackman movies”, then alongside the likes of Chappie, Movie 43 and Pan is one Avengers: Endgame

See Also: Avengers: Endgame gets a huge batch of promotional artwork

Wolverine is that you?
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‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Is Bringing On A New Pretty Female For Interesting Long Term Role

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Hey, Bold And The Beautiful fans. We are right back at you again on this lovely Saturday afternoon to give you guys another super hot scoop! It turns out that we're about to get some new, fresh female action joining the show in the not-too-distant future! According to the folks over at TV Line, we're about to see a very beautiful veteran actress Katrina Bowden join the current Bold And The Beautiful cast as a long term, series regular character named Flo. Flo's character is described as someone who has a past connection with Wayne Brady's Dr. Reese Buckingham character. So, it certainly sounds like it could serve up a pretty intriguing plotline. Katrina Bowden's new Flo character is scheduled to make her first onscreen appearance in the Monday January 14, 2019 episode. So, be sure to be on the lookout for her in that episode. The people over at soaphub.
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Patrick J. Don Vito (‘Green Book’ editor) wanted to ‘keep everything real’ to honor the men behind the true story [Exclusive Video Interview]

Patrick J. Don Vito (‘Green Book’ editor) wanted to ‘keep everything real’ to honor the men behind the true story [Exclusive Video Interview]
Having worked with Peter Farrelly on “Movie 43” (2013), film editor Patrick J. Don Vito was surprised to read the script for the director’s latest film, “Green Book.” “I thought, wow, this is really good,” he recalls, “and this is such a departure” for the filmmaker behind bawdy comedies like “Dumb and Dumber” (1994), “Kingpin” (1996) and “There’s Something About Mary” (1998). Watch our exclusive video interview above.

Based on a true story, this Universal release centers on Tony “Lip” Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen), an Italian-American bouncer who takes a job driving classical pianist Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) on a musical tour through the Jim Crow-era South.

See As ‘Green Book’ opens wide, will Oscar voters also go along for the ride?

Although the film deals with more serious subject matter, Farrelly didn’t leave his funny bone behind. “That was probably the biggest trick of the movie,” Don Vito explains, “the
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Part 2: 3 more things to know about ‘Green Book’ before it pulls into town

Part 2: 3 more things to know about ‘Green Book’ before it pulls into town
To further prepare to see “Green Book,” the breakout hit from this year’s Toronto International Film Festival based on a true story about a big Italian lug and a cultured black pianist who bond while touring in the segregated South in 1962, here are three more inside facts about the film directed by Peter Farrelly that will open in 20 cities on November 16 and goes wide November 21.

*Leading-man Viggo Mortensen, whose background is Danish-American, initially didn’t think he was right to play a Bronx guy who could be at home in Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas.”

“I love Joe Pesci and I admire those guys. So much so that, when Pete offered me the role, I said, ‘Um, I don’t know. You are already taking a hard right by doing this change of pace with this kind of story. Which is all right, it’s a beautiful script. But don
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Chloë Grace Moretz & Jack O’Connell Sign On To Play Bonnie And Clyde In ‘Love Is A Gun’

Chloë Grace Moretz has been acting for well over a decade. Over that time, she has had quite a few hits, as well as some serious stinkers. But recently, her film choices have been pretty great, including a starring role in the recent film “The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” as well as the upcoming “Greta” (opposite Isabelle Huppert) and “Suspiria.” And now, it looks like she’s adding another high-profile film to her IMDb, as Bonnie Parker of the Bonnie & Clyde duo in “Love is a Gun.”

THR reports that Moretz will star opposite Jack O’Connell in the upcoming film, directed by Kike Maillo.

Continue reading Chloë Grace Moretz & Jack O’Connell Sign On To Play Bonnie And Clyde In ‘Love Is A Gun’ at The Playlist.
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James Gunn's Top 5 Movies at the Box Office

James Gunn's Top 5 Movies at the Box Office
'Guardians of the Galaxy' director James Gunn is facing a future outside of the blockbuster Marvel franchise after being fired by Disney over old tweets. Stars such as Dave Bautista, Kurt Russell, and Selma Blair have spoken out with their opinions on the topic.

Here is a look at Gunn's top performing movies at the worldwide box office.

1. 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' (2017): $863.8 million

2. 'Guardians of the Galaxy' (2014): $773.3 million

3. 'Movie 43' (2013) (segment "Beezel"): $32.4 million

4. 'Slither' (2006): $12.8 million

5. 'Super' (2010): $328,000

Source: Box Office Mojo

Hulu Orders Revenge Drama Pilot 'Reprisal' From 'Handmaid's Tale' Producer

Hulu has ordered a new drama pilot.

The streaming service has greenlit Reprisal, a revenge tale from A+E Studios production and The Littlefield Company. Handmaid's Tale producer Warren Littlefield and Barry Jossen will executive produce the project.

Reprisal is described as a hyper-kinetic revenge tale following a relentless femme fatale who, after being left for dead, leads a vengeful campaign against a bombastic gang of gearheads. Josh Corbin (StartUp) will write the drama, as well as co-executive produce, while Jonathan Van Tulleken (Movie 43) will direct the project.

Should the pilot be ordered to series, Reprisal would join a rapidly growing roster of ...
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Film Review: ‘Supercon’

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Film Review: ‘Supercon’
One of those comedies so incessantly and aggressively unfunny that you begin to wonder whether that’s the joke, documentary director Zak Knutson’s first narrative feature “Supercon” is a poor stab at Christopher Guest-style ensemble antics combined with a rote heist plot. The Comic Con-esque setting ought to be a rich target for satire, but life is full of missed opportunities, and this turns out to be one of them. Not to be confused with the concurrent “Supertroopers 2” — though one suspects theater owners would love it if you did — this film will no doubt pass quickly through hardtops, doing somewhat better in a home-formats launch that also commences April 27.

A former child star on an ’80s TV show, Keith Mahar (Russell Peters) is now a disillusioned adult, and makes a bare living reluctantly attending fan conventions. (Why he hasn’t tried finding another career is a question never raised here.
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46 TV Shows That Have Been Straight Up Canceled in 2017

Can you feel the tension in the air? Networks have been announcing decisions about which shows will return in 2018 and which will . . . not. While there are a number of shows that are ending in 2017, many of them at least got a final season to finish out their stories. (New Girl and Portlandia aren't on this list, as they have been granted final seasons and will end in 2018.) Ahead are all of the shows we were forced to say goodbye to this year. ABC The Real O'Neals: After two seasons, the show is over. Dr. Ken: Ken Jeong's medical comedy is history. Imaginary Mary: Viewers didn't tune in for Jenna Elfman's show, and now they never will. American Crime: Though critically acclaimed, the anthology drama is through. Secrets and Lies: After a solid first season, rating dipped in season two and ABC has canceled the drama.
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The Best Holiday TV Episodes of the 21st Century, Ranked

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The Best Holiday TV Episodes of the 21st Century, Ranked
Holiday episodes are rarely a show’s best, but they’re often the most enduring. CBS still airs a colorized version of the “I Love Lucy” Christmas episode, repackaged as a perennial special, 60 years later. The image of The Fonz eating out of a can, alone on Christmas Eve, is probably one of the best-remembered scenes from “Happy Days.” And “The West Wing’s” 1999 episode “In Excelsis Deo” not only won an Emmy, but its takes on homeless veterans and hate crimes are just as relevant today, nearly two decades later. And of course, it was a Christmas episode that launched the longest-running scripted series in primetime, “The Simpsons,” all the way back in 1989.

As the networks more wholeheartedly embrace the holidays as a marketing tool, there has been an explosion in Christmas-themed movies and specials in recent years. But there’s still something special about celebrating the holidays with
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Who Is Brett Ratner, the Rush Hour and X-Men Director Accused of Sexual Harassment by Olivia Munn and Others?

Who Is Brett Ratner, the Rush Hour and X-Men Director Accused of Sexual Harassment by Olivia Munn and Others?
Movie producer and director Brett Ratner has been accused of multiple incidents of sexual misconduct or harassment — including by actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, who both spoke to the Los Angeles Times.

Munn claims that while visiting the set of the 2004 Ratner-directed film After the Sunset, he masturbated in front of her, while Henstridge told the paper that when she was 19, she was forced to perform oral sex on Ratner in his New York apartment after watching a movie with a group of friends.

In the Times article, published Wednesday, a total of six women spoke out against the longtime Hollywood power player,
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Harry Styles' Galactic Sweater, Selena Gomez's Perfect Lbd & More Best Dressed Stars of the Week

Harry Styles continues to lead the way as best dressed guy with out-of-this-world fashion. Selena Gomez proved that a little black dress never goes out of style and Demi Lovato matched her lilac eyeshadow to her body-hugging Alice + Olivia dress.

This week, Hollywood's most fashion-forward stars let statement pieces speak for themselves. Whether it was a bold lip, a power suit, mismatched heels or an oversized blue floral pin, A-listers chose key accessories to stand out and express their individuality.

From streetwear to red carpet glamour, these celebrities slayed the fashion game for the week of Oct. 22. Et has all the details on the best dressed stars -- and where you can get their looks!

Related: Best Dressed Celebs of the Week: Beyonce, Blake Lively, Camila Cabello & More

Demi Lovato

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The "Confident" singer wowed in a show-stopping silky lilac Alice + Olivia gown with a thigh-high slit and belted waist at the InStyle Awards in Los Angeles
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Kristen Bell Wants to Do a 'Veronica Mars' Miniseries: 'It's Going to Happen'

Kristen Bell Wants to Do a 'Veronica Mars' Miniseries: 'It's Going to Happen'
Kristen Bell is in a "good place" right now, but that doesn't mean she's not ready to play Veronica Mars again!

After the Upn/CW series' original run from 2004-07, fans were adamant about bringing the character back to their screens. And they succeeded, crowdsourcing a budget via Kickstarter for a Veronica Mars feature film that was released in 2014. Creator Rob Thomas has also extended the character via a series of mystery books. But could there be even more V. Mars headed our way in the future?

Bell's Veronica Mars co-star Ryan Hansen was asked about the possibility during a Facebook Live interview on Wednesday, and he got the actress herself on the phone to dish about playing the sardonic sleuth once again.

“Rob and I are sort of in constant contact about when we could do it again,” Bell revealed. “There’s a lot of willingness and commitment to doing it again.”

Ryan Hansen is here to
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‘Veronica Mars’: Kristen Bell Says A New Miniseries ‘Is Going to Happen’ — Exclusive

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‘Veronica Mars’: Kristen Bell Says A New Miniseries ‘Is Going to Happen’ — Exclusive
Kristen Bell has some big news for “Veronica Mars” fans: You haven’t seen the last of her playing the titular girl detective on screen. This scoop comes courtesy of her friend and co-star Ryan Hansen, who called her in the middle of a Facebook Live conversation with IndieWire to ask where things stood with another potential reunion for the fan-favorite series.

“We are willing to put the effort in — I mean, if I have to do it as ‘Murder She Wrote’ at 80, we’re going to do it,” Bell told Hansen and IndieWire. “It’s going to happen.”

Hansen was in the IndieWire offices to discuss “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television*”, the new YouTube Red series featuring the star as a somewhat fictionalized version of himself, solving crimes on television. (As one might surmise from the title.)

The extremely meta comedy makes a lot of references to Hansen’s past projects,
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New Empire Season 4, Episode 5 Is Getting Delayed

Hey, "Empire" fans. Unfortunately, we have some pretty bad news to deliver in this article. It turns out that it's that time of year again where your favorite show is going to have to take a back seat to Fox's coverage of the Major League Baseball World Series. Yep, that's right. The upcoming episode 5 of this current season 4 is getting delayed for a possible two weeks! It's definitely not going to air next Wednesday, October 25,2017 due to Fox covering the big Game 2 of the World Series. What could make this even worse is if the series is driven to seven games. That means the show would not air on Wednesday night, November 1,2017 as well! This is a big "if" though. It has happened in the past. In fact, it just happened last year causing Empire to be delayed for two weeks. We certainly hope that doesn't happen this year, but
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Lucifer Casts the Twisted Sinnerman — With Whom Does He Have a Past?

Lucifer Casts the Twisted Sinnerman — With Whom Does He Have a Past?
An ominous name uttered in hushed tones during Lucifer‘s Season 3 premiere now has a face to go with it.

RelatedLucifer Season 3 Premiere Recap: Wing-Dinged!

TVLine has learned that The Leftovers alum Kevin Carroll will appear in multiple episodes of the supernatural-tinged Fox drama as The Sinnerman, a mysterious and twisted criminal mastermind with deep-seeded motivations who has set his sights on Lucifer (played Tom Ellis). Like Lucifer, this character earned quite the reputation for doing favors. The question is: Why has he set his sights on Lucifer, and how is he connected to the fallen angel’s recently-returned wings?
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Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams Trailer: Bryan Cranston, Anna Paquin and Many More Star in Trippy Sci-fi Anthology

Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams Trailer: Bryan Cranston, Anna Paquin and Many More Star in Trippy Sci-fi Anthology
We’re not sure exactly what’s going on in the strange and beautiful first trailer for Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, but the sheer amount of star wattage in Amazon’s upcoming sci-fi anthology really makes us want to try and figure it out.

The video, released Friday during the streaming site’s New York Comic Con panel, offers many evocative glimpses of the 10-episode series. Each episode will be set in a different world — “some of which lay in the far reaches of the universe and time, and others which are much, much closer to home,” the
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