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Exclusive ‘Welcome to Willits’ Clip Performs Brain Surgery

Exclusive ‘Welcome to Willits’ Clip Performs Brain Surgery
We Are What We Are and American Psycho‘s Bill Sage, The ExpendablesDolph Lundgren, “Z Nation’s” Anastasia Baranova and “Entourage’s” Sabina Gadecki star in Welcome to Willits, which IFC Midnight will release in theaters and digital platforms September 22. Combining elements of horror, sci-fi and comedy: “Welcome to the Willits takes place deep in the Northern California woods, where residents struggle to fight off repeated […]
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New Gross-out Imagery from ‘Welcome To Willits’

New Gross-out Imagery from ‘Welcome To Willits’
We Are What We Are and American Psycho‘s Bill Sage, The ExpendablesDolph Lundgren, “Z Nation’s” Anastasia Baranova and “Entourage’s” Sabina Gadecki star in Welcome to Willits, which IFC Midnight has acquired with plans to release in theaters and digital platforms September 22. Scream 4‘s Rory Culkin and A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s Thomas Dekker round […]
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‘Welcome To Willits’ Trailer Battles Comedy and Creatures

‘Welcome To Willits’ Trailer Battles Comedy and Creatures
We Are What We Are and American Psycho‘s Bill Sage, The ExpendablesDolph Lundgren, “Z Nation’s” Anastasia Baranova and “Entourage’s” Sabina Gadecki star in Welcome to Willits, which IFC Midnight has acquired with plans to release in theaters and digital platforms September 22. Scream 4‘s Rory Culkin and A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s Thomas Dekker round […]
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Shawn Christian, Lou Ferrigno Jr., Sabina Gadecki & More Cast In Indie Film ‘Trapped’

Shawn Christian, Lou Ferrigno Jr., Sabina Gadecki & More Cast In Indie Film ‘Trapped’
Exclusive: Shawn Christian (Days of Our Lives), Lou Ferrigno Jr. (CBS’ upcoming series S.W.A.T.), Sabina Gadecki (Entourage), Allison Gregory (Rotten), and Ava Capri (Little Rituals) will star in Lgbtq indie drama Trapped, along with Brigitte Nielsen (Beverly Hills Cop II) and Gordon Thomson (Dynasty) The film is written by Katerina Gorshkov, who will also direct. The pic follows Scarlet (Gregory), as she's sent to a wilderness camp for difficult teenagers, where she…
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Time To Change For Dwayne Johnson In The New Trailer For ‘Ballers’ Season 3

Much like “Entourage” did for Hollywood, HBO’s “Ballers” offers viewers a glimpse inside the world of sports, focusing on a group of football players and their families, friends, and handlers. Set in Miami, Dwayne Johnson plays Spencer Strasmore, a retired player who’s reinvented himself as a financial manager, giving “The Rock” plenty of moments to strut around looking super-sleek in very well-tailored suits.

Continue reading Time To Change For Dwayne Johnson In The New Trailer For ‘Ballers’ Season 3 at The Playlist.
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20 New Movies That Will Define This Year in Indie Cinema, From ‘The Big Sick’ to ‘A Ghost Story’

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20 New Movies That Will Define This Year in Indie Cinema, From ‘The Big Sick’ to ‘A Ghost Story’
This month’s BAMcinemaFest isn’t just for New York cinephiles, as the annual festival routinely rolls out a slate that includes the year’s best indie offerings, giving many of them a major boost before they roll out theatrical runs. This year is no different, as the Brooklyn-based event will play home to a slew of festival favorites, including a hefty dose of Sundance’s buzziest titles and some big-time SXSW winners and everything in between, most of them bound for a release in a theater (hopefully) near you.

Read More: Richard Linklater’s ‘The Last Detail’ Sequel ‘Last Flag Flying’ to Open New York Film Festival

As we look ahead to the rest of the year in indie cinema, these 20 titles stand out as some of the best and the brightest still left on the calendar. Fortunately, we’ve got plenty of information on each of them to satiate you.
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Bad Santa 2 movie review: been there, done that, licked the candy cane lasciviously

MaryAnn’s quick take… Hard to believe it took 13 years to get a sequel to our screens and still have it show not a hint of Bad Santa’s inspiration or subversion. I’m “biast” (pro): loved the first film

I’m “biast” (con): didn’t see the need for a sequel

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Hard to believe that the notorious anti-Christmas classic Bad Santa is 13 years old. Even harder to believe that this sequel — the unimaginatively titled Bad Santa 2 — took so long to get to our screens and yet show not a lick of the first movie’s inspiration or subversion. It took more than a decade to come up with what is little more than a pale imitation of an original that had wrapped itself up very satisfyingly? Why bother if there isn’t something new to add?

There’s an effortless lightness,
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Will lightning strike twice? The 'Bad Santa 2' trailer wants us to think so

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Will lightning strike twice? The 'Bad Santa 2' trailer wants us to think so
Well, it’s going to be dirty, that much is for sure. Here’s one of those films I genuinely thought would never happen, no matter how many times they announced it. The original Bad Santa, directed by Terry Zwigoff, was manhandled so much during post-production and even after release that it’s one of those accidental hits. It wasn’t released by Miramax as much as it was abandoned to its fate. But one of the greatest things about the way films are digested by culture is that home video gives movies a long tail, and people can discover films over time, and word of mouth is still, at the end of the day, the single greatest weapon a film has. Bad Santa was a film that people passed along when they discovered it, and it’s a film that people tended to rewatch repeatedly as they shared it with other people.
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From 'Oitnb' to 'Lady Dynamite': TV's Mental Health Revolution

From 'Oitnb' to 'Lady Dynamite': TV's Mental Health Revolution
In most episodes, Netflix's women-in-prison Orange Is the New Black plays like a series of deftly observed short stories, exposing how the females locked in Litchfield Penitentiary lived on the outside and landed themselves in the clink. And in the recently dropped new season, showrunner Jenji Kohan devotes one of these deep-dive tangents to a formerly minor inmate named Lolly (Lori Petty), a paranoid schizophrenic who catches a fellow inmate in a compromising position and promises to keep quiet. Though she'd previously been a source for punch lines and/or pre-violence tension,
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Ballers Season 2 Trailer Sees Dwayne Johnson Go Up Against Andy Garcia

Andy Garcia is the hot new player in town in today’s all-new trailer for Ballers season 2 – and doesn’t Spencer Strasmore know all about it.

That is, of course, Dwayne Johnson, the charismatic and sharp-suited ex-footballer who is poised to return to the sun-kissed streets of Miami in little over a month’s time. But there’s drama afoot, much of which emanates from Garcia’s seasoned sports agent, who looks set to put Johnson and Rob Corrdry in check: “I’ve been doing this for 20 years and what, you guys have been doing this for 20 minutes?” Ouch.

And so, Ballers season 2 looks set to tee up a sporting underdog story, replete with all of the flashy editing, beautiful scenery and hard partying that ensures the spirit of Entourage is still very much alive in HBO’s Johnson-led drama. Get ready for the sparks to fly.

Throughout season 2, HBO
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Emily Ratajkowski Complains She’s Too Sexy to Land ‘Serious Roles’

Emily Ratajkowski Complains She’s Too Sexy to Land ‘Serious Roles’
Emily Ratajkowski is apparently not landing the roles she feels she deserves. Ratajkowski, who shot to fame by appearing topless in the controversial “Blurred Lines” music video, has weighed in on the plight of beautiful women such as herself in Hollywood, telling Es magazine that they have trouble landing roles with gravitas. “If you’re a sexy actress it’s hard to get serious roles. You get offered the same thing that they’ve seen you in,” Ratajkowski — who since the “Blurred Lines” video has appeared as the resident eye candy, playing herself, in “Entourage” — said. “People are like sheep and they’re.
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Sold movie review: the life of a child sex slave

Brutal yet sensitively rendered, putting a human face, if a fictional one, on an issue that rarely gets one. Almost Dickens for the 21st century. I’m “biast” (pro): I’m desperate for movies about girls and women

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

A movie based on a young-adult novel about child sex trafficking? Oh dear. But Sold is… Well, it’s not exactly a newsflash that there are children in the world who are sex slaves, nor that there are men in the world who will pay to rape children. Sold is hardly entertaining in the way that we generally mean when we talk about movies. Perhaps the best word to describe this brutal yet sensitively rendered film is enlightening, for putting a human face, if a fictional one, on an issue that rarely gets one.
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Ballers Season 2 Trailer Pits Dwayne Johnson’s Sports Icon Against A New Big Bad

Dwayne Johnson’s former sports star is up against it in the first trailer for HBO’s Ballers season 2 – and not because he’s mistaken for Vin Diesel.

“You’re no one until you have enemies,” reads the show’s tagline, and Johnson’s magnetic Miami Dolphins star-turned-financial manager Spencer Strasmore learns a thing or two about his new nemesis in today’s first peek. Yes, there’s a storm brewing over HBO’s record-breaking sports drama, and Johnson and his old confidant Joe (Rob Corddry) are caught smack bang in the middle.

Given that HBO is yet to nail down a concrete premiere date for season 2, the sizzle reel is a mere one minute in length. It’s still enough to offer up a good look at the Ballers cast though, with old and new faces coming together to form an ensemble that includes John David Washington, Omar Miller,
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‘Welcome to Willits’ Lands All-Star Indie Cast

‘Welcome to Willits’ Lands All-Star Indie Cast
We Are What We Are and American Psycho‘s Bill Sage, The ExpendablesDolph Lundgren, “Z Nation’s” Anastasia Baranova and “Entourage’s” Sabina Gadecki will lead the cast of Welcome to Willits, Bloody Disgusting can report. Scream 4‘s Rory Culkin and A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s Thomas Dekker round out the cast in supporting roles with Chris […]
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‘Welcome To Willits’ Sets Cast; Feature Adaptation Of SXSW Short

‘Welcome To Willits’ Sets Cast; Feature Adaptation Of SXSW Short
Exclusive: Bill Sage (American Psycho) has been cast as the lead in Welcome To Willits alongside Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables), Anastasia Baranova (Z Nation) and Sabina Gadecki (Entourage). Joining them in supporting roles are Rory Culkin (Scream 4), Thomas Dekker (A Nightmare On Elm Street), Chris Zylka ( The Leftovers), Garrett Clayton (Teen Beach Movie), Karrueche Tran and Keelin Woodell. Adapted from the SXSW 2015 short Welcome to Willits: After Sundown… Serge Levin[/link]
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Our Brand Is Crisis movie review: unearned (and unneeded) sentiment

A protagonist who revels in the sheer cynicism of her job gets a sentimental redemption out of nowhere; Sandra Bullock’s comedic chops are undercut by it. I’m “biast” (pro): love Sandra Bullock

I’m “biast” (con): …though I often hate her movie choices

I have not seen the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

So here’s the thing. Movie protagonists don’t necessarily have to be likable. But they do have to comprehensible. We have to understand what the central character of a story wants. Does she want to rule the world? Does she want to blow up the world? Fine. Just give us a story that takes us along on that journey.

But this Our Brand Is Crisis movie… I never got it. I never understood what is supposed to be motivating political strategist “Calamity” Jane Bodine (Sandra Bullock: Minions,
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Tina Fey And Ronda Rousey Will Be Do Nothing Bitches For Universal

Given the success of Sisters, it’s easy to see why Tina Fey and Universal are keen on continuing to work together. While the actress’ next outing won’t include Amy Poehler, unfortunately, she’s still got an equally as exciting co-star, as Deadline reports that Fey will star in the studio’s upcoming comedy, titled Do Nothing Bitches, alongside Ronda Rousey.

The plot is being kept under wraps for now, but apparently the basic outline is that it will centre on “wealthy pampered wives who receive a “rude awakening” at a camp run by a no-nonsense instructor.” Obviously, Fey is likely set to play one of the wives while Rousey will no doubt be the instructor.

While Fey has proven her comedic chops time and time again, it will be interesting to see how the former Mma fighter does in a project like this. Rousey has shown up in
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Why Ronda Rousey Really Lost Ufc 193—and Why the $10 Million Athlete Should Probably Never Let It Happen Again

Why Ronda Rousey Really Lost Ufc 193—and Why the $10 Million Athlete Should Probably Never Let It Happen Again
Remember how gorgeous Ronda Rousey looked in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue this year? And how about the way she totally stole her scenes in Entourage?! Not to mention how she called out Floyd Mayweather at the ESPYs... Exactly. Even if you're not a mixed martial arts fan and wouldn't know sprawl-and-brawl from ground-and-pound, you know Ronda Rousey. The 28-year-old athlete, based on her utter dominance of every opponent throughout her professional fighting career, became the most revered woman in the sport, and over the past couple years her fame reached new heights as Hollywood and the celebrity world at large realized that she was both a kickass athlete and totally stunning. (Not to mention funny,...
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Ronda Rousey is EA Sports Ufc 2's Cover Athlete

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EA Sports has made Ronda Rousey the cover athlete for next year's Ufc 2 video game! Step inside for more details.

Ronda Rousey as Ufc 2's Cover Athlete is as obvious a decision as there is.  No doubt, if anyone else had been selected, EA Sports would've had rioters at their offices, me included.

Ufc Bantamweight Champion Rousey is Ufc's most dominant fighter recording an undefeated record of 12-0.  This is the same woman who has defeated opponents in under :15 seconds, within the Octagon. People spend boat loads of money just to watch this woman fight for a few seconds. Plus, she's an actress, appearing in big budget movies like Expendables 3, Fast & Furious 7, and Entourage. Now, she can add Ufc 2 Cover Athlete to her long list of achievements.

Take a look at what the Champ had to say about being the Cover Athlete.

Once again, Ronda Rousey is making
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Judy Greer Confirmed To Return In War For The Planet Of The Apes

The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Judy Greer has signed on to return in 20th Century Fox's War For The Planet Of The Apes as Cornelia, the chimpanzee wife of Andy Serkis' alpha ape Caesar. In addition to Serkis, she also joins Woody Harrelson (Zombieland), who's on-board as the film's human villain, Gabriel Chavarria (East Los High), Steve Zahn (Modern Family), and Karin Konoval (Arrow), who's also returning for the sequel as the gentle orangutan Maruice. Production on the Matt Reeves-directed film kicked off late last week.  Greer is currently coming off a banner year with appearances in a handful of last summer's biggest blockbusters including Jurassic World, Marvel's Ant-Man, Entourage, and Tomorrowland. She also has a lead role on the FX comedy Archer and is also well-known for her recurring role on Netflix's Arrested Development. So, what do you guys think? Sound off with your thoughts below!
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