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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Gets "Bazaar"

Take a look at new images of actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, aka 'The Splendid Angharad' in "Mad Max: Fury Road", posing for the April 2018 issue of "Harper’s Bazaar" (Arabia) magazine, wearing Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy and a whole lot more, photographed by Mariano Vivanco:

Huntington-Whiteley's first modeling work was with lingerie retailers "Victoria's Secret" and "Agent Provocateur", followed by becoming 'the face' rep of "Burberry" cosmetics.

Moving into acting, she is noted for the supporting roles of 'Carly Spencer' in the 2011 film "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" and 'The Splendid Angharad' in "Mad Max: Fury Road" (2015).

"I've always wanted to work," said Huntington-Whiteley. "I've always wanted to be independent.

"In life, you get these opportunities and then you have to work really hard...

"...you have to show up, you have to be professional and you have to make something of the opportunity...

"...rather than squandering it.
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The New Addition to 13 Reasons Why Is a Teen TV Icon

Image Source: Getty / Valerie Macon Netflix's intense teen series 13 Reasons Why is set to return for season two soon, and believe it or not, the show is adding more characters to its already sprawling cast. One newcomer fans can expect to see this season is Alex's mom, Carolyn, and she's played by an actor who knows a thing or two about teen dramas. Dawson's Creek alum Meredith Monroe is set to star as Carolyn, whom Deadline describes as a hardworking nurse and devoted mother. Given the fact that season one ended with Alex attempting suicide, Carolyn could be in for an emotional year, but Monroe's résumé has prepared her to handle heavy storylines. Way back in 1998, Monroe joined the cast of Dawson's Creek as Andie McPhee, Jack's overachieving sister. She quickly starts a romance with Pacey, who sands by her side as she goes through a breakdown. Later,
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Shia Labeouf says Transformers films are “irrelevant” and “dated as f*ck”

Shia Labeouf has never been one to hold back on his criticism of the Transformers franchise following his exit from the series after 2011’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and during a new interview with Esquire the actor has explained his issues with the movies.

“My hang-up with those films was that they felt irrelevant,” said Labeouf, who starred as Sam Witwicky in the first three movies. “They felt dated as fuck… You come up on these stories about Easy Rider and Raging Bull and De Niro and Scorsese and Hopper, and you find value in what they do. Meanwhile, you’re chasing energon crystals. It’s very hard to keep doing what you’re doing when you feel like it’s the antithesis of your purpose on this planet.”

Despite his distaste for the Transformers films, Labeouf did stop short of criticising director Michael Bay and producer Steven Spielberg,
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China powers 'Tomb Raider' to estimated $62m international by Saturday (update)

China powers 'Tomb Raider' to estimated $62m international by Saturday (update)
Mary Magdalene debuts in UK, key markets.

March 17 Update: International audiences are responding well to Alicia Vikander in the role of adventurer Lara Croft as Tomb Raider plundered an estimated $62m from 65 markets by Saturday.

China accounts for an estimated $28.5m of that, comprising $12.1m from opening day Friday and a projected $16.4m for Saturday. Friday devoured 50% of top five market share and delivered Warner Bros’ fourth highest opening day in the territory as executives said the tally reached $28.9m.

Elsewhere the action film co-production between Warner Bros and MGM, which the companies are jointly distributing internationally, has generated $502,000 from its first day in Mexico,
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'Tomb Raider' impresses with $12.3m China opening day (update)

Mary Magdalene debuts in UK, key markets.

March 16 Update: Marvel StudiosBlack Panther has a fight on its hands to hold on to the international box office title in the face of a spirited challenge from Tomb Raider, which according to early estimates has raced to $12.3m on Friday opening day in China.

The films are posed for a mighty clash. In one corner is Marvel Studios’ behemoth Black Panther, which has overtaken Transformers: Dark Of The Moon ($1.124bn), The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King ($1.120bn) and Skyfall ($1.109bn) this week en route to becoming the 16th
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'Lara Croft' impresses with $12.3m China opening day (update)

Mary Magdalene debuts in UK, key markets.

March 16 Update: Marvel StudiosBlack Panther has a fight on its hands to hold on to the international box office title in the face of a spirited challenge from Tomb Raider, which according to early estimates has raced to $12.3m on Friday opening day in China.

The films are posed for a mighty clash. In one corner is Marvel Studios’ behemoth Black Panther, which has overtaken Transformers: Dark Of The Moon ($1.124bn), The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King ($1.120bn) and Skyfall ($1.109bn) this week en route to becoming the 16th
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'Lara Croft' takes aim at 'Black Panther' in box office battle (update)

Mary Magdalene debuts in UK, key markets.

March 16 Update: Can Marvel Studios’ Black Panther hold on to its international box office title in the face of what will be a spirited challenge from Tomb Raider this weekend?

The films go head-to-head worldwide in what could become a mighty clash. In one corner is Marvel Studios’ behemoth Black Panther, which has overtaken Transformers: Dark Of The Moon ($1.124bn), The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King ($1.120bn) and Skyfall ($1.109bn) this week en route to becoming the 16th highest global release in history on $1.126bn and counting.

China leads the
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2018 Cinema Audio Society Awards: ‘Dunkirk’ wins on way to Oscars

2018 Cinema Audio Society Awards: ‘Dunkirk’ wins on way to Oscars
At Saturday’s Cinema Audio Society Awards, “Dunkirk” edged out three of its Oscar rivals for Best Sound Mixing — “Baby Driver,” “The Shape of Water” and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” — as well as “Wonder Woman” for the top award. The Cas snubbed “Blade Runner: 2049,” which won big with the Motion Picture Sound Editors on Feb. 18

This win for “Dunkirk” does not guarantee that it will take home the Oscar. Only 12 of the 24 winners with the Cas have repeated at the Academy Awards.

Predict Oscar winners now; change them till March 4

“Coco” won best sound mixing in an animated feature over “Cars 3,””Despicable Me 3,” “Ferdinand” and “The Lego Batman Movie.” And “Jane” claimed the documentary feature prize over “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” “Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars,” “Gaga: Five Feet Two,” and “Long Strange Trip.”

On the TV front, “Game of Thrones” won on the
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Movie Review: Game Night

It wasn’t so long ago that hard R-rated comedies were coming out every week. The Hangover (2009) seemed to come out of nowhere and rejuvenate the genre to blockbuster heights. In the years following we got the likes of Bad Teacher (2011), Hot Tub Time Machine (2010), This is the End (2013), two more incredibly unfunny Hangover sequels (2011/2013), and Horrible Bosses (2011). There were many more of course, but it’s that last one that draws a tie to the latest hard R-rated comedy attempting to hit the zeitgeist. Horrible Bosses came out in the summer of 2011 when we were bombarded with blockbusters like Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, X-Men: First Class, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, and Transformers: Dark of the Moon. The comedy was a huge success for the studio as it entertained audiences without over-sensitizing them.

Flash forward almost seven years later and you’ll notice Warner Bros.
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Mpse Golden Reel winners: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ wins over Oscar frontrunner ‘Dunkirk’ in key category

All five of Oscar nominees for Best Sound Editing numbered among the contenders for the Golden Reel Awards bestowed by the Motion Picture Sound Editors on Sunday (Feb. 18). Oscar frontrunner “Dunkirk” lost the category equivalent — Sound Editing (Effects and Foley)– to “Blade Runner 2049.” The WWII epic did win for music over the sci-fi film.

Both films lost the dialogue & Adr race to “War for the Planet of the Apes,” which was snubbed by the sound branch of the academy. The other three Oscar nominees were shut out at the Golden Reel ceremony. “Baby Driver and “The Shape of Water” contended in those same three races while “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was only nominated for its sound editing.

The 65th annual edition of these awards took place at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. Sound wiz John P. Fasal was feted for his lifetime of achievement and Kathryn Bigelow received the Filmmaker Award.
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Paramount and Hasbro to reboot Transformers after Bumblebee movie, Transformers 6 pulled from slate

Back in 2015, Paramount and Hasbro recruited a star studded writers room to plot out the future of the Transformers movie franchise, resulting in last year’s Transformers: The Last KnightMichael Bay’s fifth instalment – as well as the upcoming spinoff Bumblebee: The Movie, directed by Travis Knight, and up to 14 other potential projects.

Well, it seems that Bumblebee will mark the end of the current Transformers Bay-verse, as Hasbro has revealed at Toy Fair that the as-yet-untitled Transformers 6 has been pulled from the upcoming slate, and the franchise will be rebooted, with no further Transformers movies planned for release between now and 2021 at the earliest.

The news is perhaps not too surprising; despite the five movies grossing almost $4.4 billion between them, the films have been mauled by critics, while Transformers: The Last Knight hit a box office low for the series with $605.4 million worldwide – a far cry from the
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Bill Nighy joins Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu

With principal photography underway on Universal and Legendary Entertainment’s live-action Pokemon movie, Detective Pikachu, there’s some additional casting news for those of you who might not know your Squirtle Turtle from your Absol. Joining Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool), Kathryn Newton (Big Little Lies), Justice Smith (The Get Down), and Ken Watanabe (Godzilla) will be Love Actually and Their Finest star Bill Nighy.

Deadline report that he will be signing up along with Chris Geere (Waterloo Road, Modern Family), in an effort to try and catch them all in May 2019.

See Also: Filming underway on live-action Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu

Pokémon has delighted fans of all ages around the world for over two decades. With more than 300 million video games sold worldwide, 23.6 billion Pokémon Tcg cards shipped to 74 countries, and an animated series spanning 20 seasons, Pokémon is one of the most successful entertainment properties in the world.

Mary Parent and
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Gets "Bazaar"

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Sneak Peek new images of "Mad Max: Fury Road" actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in the March 2018 issue of "Harper's Bazaar" (UK) magazine, wearing Saint Laurent, Manolo Blahnik, Altuzzara and a whole lot more, photographed by Agata Pospieszynsk:

"...young girls out there are really feeling insecure about their image," said Huntington-Whiteley, "and they scroll through and see this image of a supermodel looking amazing, reclining on the beach in a completely unrealistic pose or environment.

"And I can see how that would make people not feel good about themselves. I mean, I can't say that I'm immune to that. Sometimes I'm like, 'Fuck!' You know? That doesn’t make me feel great..."

Huntington-Whiteley's first modeling work was with lingerie retailers "Victoria's Secret" and "Agent Provocateur", then as a rep for "Burberry" cosmetics.

She is noted for the supporting film roles 'Carly Spencer' in "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" (2011)...

...and
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Filming underway on live-action Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu

Universal Pictures and Legendary Entertainment have announced that principal photography is now underway on the very first live-action Pokemon movie, Detective Pikachu, based upon the video game of the same name. Here’s the official press release from the studio:

Pokémon has delighted fans of all ages around the world for over two decades. With more than 300 million video games sold worldwide, 23.6 billion Pokémon Tcg cards shipped to 74 countries, and an animated series spanning 20 seasons, Pokémon is one of the most successful entertainment properties in the world.

Mary Parent and Cale Boyter produce Detective Pikachu for Legendary Entertainment, while Joe Caracciolo, Jr. (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Logan) and The Pokémon Company’s Tsunekazu Ishihara serve as its executive producers. Legendary’s Alexandra Mendes co-produces.

The talented creative team includes director of photography John Mathieson (Logan, Gladiator), production designer Nigel Phelps (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,
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Detective Pikachu Begins Shooting with Ryan Reynolds

Legendary Entertainment and Universal Pictures announced today that principal photography has begun on Detective Pikachu, the first live-action film based on the globally popular Pok&#233mon franchise. Starring Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool series), Ken Watanabe (Godzilla), Justice Smith (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom) and Kathryn Newton (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri), the film is from director Rob Letterman (Goosebumps, Gulliver's Travels) and writers Nicole Perlman and Letterman, with Eric Pearson and Tom McCarthy having completed the production polishes. The movie arrives in theaters in North America on May 10, 2019.

Pok&#233mon has delighted fans of all ages around the world for over two decades. With more than 300 million video games sold worldwide, 23.6 billion Pok&#233mon Tcg cards shipped to 74 countries, and an animated series spanning 20 seasons, Pok&#233mon is one of the most successful entertainment properties in the world. A Detective Pikachu video game is coming to the Nintendo 3Ds family of systems
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Detective Pikachu Cast Revealed as Principal Photography Begins

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Detective Pikachu Cast Revealed as Principal Photography Begins
The first live action Pokemon movie is now one step closer to hitting the big screen as filming has officially started on Detective Pikachu with an impressive cast list.

I still haven't quite wrapped my brain around the fact that we're getting a Detective Pikachu movie, let alone with Ryan Reynolds providing the voice of the titular Pokemon. Frankly, the fact we've gone this long without a live-action Pokemon film is baffling in and of itself, but moreso our first one is Detective Pikachu. The game itself (from which the film borrows its story) hasn't even launch in the States, but gamers will finally get their chance to check it out in March, which will

This morning, Legendary Pictures has announced the start of filming along with a confirmation on the rest of the cast, which includes the incredible
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Mpse Golden Reel nominations: ‘Baby Driver,’ ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ ‘Dunkirk,’ ‘The Shape of Water’ have 3 each

Mpse Golden Reel nominations: ‘Baby Driver,’ ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ ‘Dunkirk,’ ‘The Shape of Water’ have 3 each
All five of our predicted Oscar nominees for Best Sound Editing number among the contenders for the Golden Reel Awards bestowed by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. Oscar frontrunner “Dunkirk” reaped three bids across the seven film categories as did three of its Oscar rivals: “Baby Driver,” “Blade Runner 2049” and “The Shape of Water.” The fifth Oscar hopeful — “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” — reaped one bid.

The 65th annual edition of these awards will take place on Feb. 18 at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. Sound wiz John P. Fasal will be feted for his lifetime of achievement and Kathryn Bigelow is to receive the Filmmaker Award.

Last year, “Arrival” was shut out of its three races at the Mpse awards but got its revenge on “Hacksaw Ridge,” which had won two of those three awards, at the Oscars. One of those wins for the WWII drama was
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‘Halloween: H20’, 20 Years On – A Retrospective

Original movie slasher, Michael Myers will be looking to stalk babysitter Laurie Strode once more this year when the latest movie in the ‘Halloween‘ franchise hits theaters on October 19th, 2018. It will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of the 1978 classic by revitalising the Myers/Strode narrative once more. However, this time there are a couple of twists. John Carpenter, director of the original film, has returned to oversee the project as well as create the score. Danny McBride and David Gordon Green wrote the script, and Green is set to direct with Jason Blum of Blumhouse Pictures producing the reboot.

But that is not all! Nick Castle, who played “The Shape” in the very first movie, will be putting the mask on one more time. With Jamie Lee Curtis also returning, it looks as if the upcoming slasher movie is pulling out all the stops to make sure it gives
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Rosie Huntington-Whitely In "Vogue"

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Sneak Peek Brit super-model/actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, co-star of director George Miller's Oscar winning "Mad Max: Fury Road" in "Vogue Brasil", photographed by Henrique Gendre:

Huntington-Whiteley is best known for her work for lingerie retailers "Victoria's Secret" and "Burberry" and her role as 'Carly Spencer' in director Michael Bay's 2011 feature "Transformers: Dark of the Moon".

Starting out as a model, Huntington-Whitely remained unknown in the fashion industry until 2008, when she replaced Agyness Deyn for Burberry's autumn/winter campaign. 

Huntington-Whitely received her first British Vogue cover (November 2008) alongside Eden Clark and Jourdan Dunn in a feature celebrating British models. 

The following year, she was featured as the face of the "Karen Millen" spring/summer 2009 advertising campaign. 

She received an 'Elle Style Award' as 2009's "Model of the Year".

Huntington-Whitely then starred in the short film "Love Me Tender" for lingerie retailer "Agent Provocateur" playing a dominant woman whose boyfriend forgets Valentine's Day.
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Contest: Win ‘Transformers’ 4K Uhd Blu-ray Prize Pack

There are few filmmakers that give audiences as much blockbuster bang for their buck as Michael Bay. Across the “Transformers” series, he has maximized multiplex spectacle, and now, those movies are looking better than ever on Blu-ray.

Paramount has issued new 4K Uhd Blu-ray editions of “Transformers,” “Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen,” “Transformers: Dark Of The Moon,” and “Transformers: Age Of Extinction.” Just in time for holiday gift-giving, the films are filled with eye-popping action and stunning visuals, these films deliver the kind of entertainment experience that will thrill the movie lover in your life.

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