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‘Glee’ Star Mark Salling Dead at 35

‘Glee’ Star Mark Salling Dead at 35
Mark Salling has died at the age of 35. The former “Glee” star was reportedly found near a riverbed by his home in Sunland, Los Angeles. TMZ reports Salling’s death was a possible suicide, but the L.A. coroner has not yet confirmed the cause of death.

The actor made headlines last year for pleading guilty to possession of child pornography. The search warrant for Salling’s arrest found more than 50,000 images of child porn on his computer. Salling’s sentencing was scheduled for March 7. He was set to ask the judge for four to seven years in prison.

Salling is best known for starring as Noah “Puck” Puckerman on Ryan Murphy’s Fox musical series “Glee,” in which he starred opposite Lea Michelle, Corey Monteith, and Amber Riley. He reprised his role as Puck for the 2011 movie “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie.” Salling was nominated for three Screen Actors
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‘Mortal Kombat’ Reboot Closer To Being Unleashed With New Director Attached

For at least a good half decade or so, Hollywood has been trying to crack a reboot of “Mortal Kombat.” For a while, Kevin Tancharoen (“Fame,” “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie”) was attached to the gig after creating his own promo trailer for what his vision would look like. But alas it never went anywhere, and things have mostly been pretty quiet around the property.

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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2 Adds New Cast

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2 Adds New Cast
In Hollywood, everyone and their auntie is getting aboard to the Chinese bandwagon, looking for opportunities in the ever-growing movie market. The Weinstein Co. is no exception and its sequel to Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is gearing up with news of another cast member. Harry Shum Jr., Mike Chang in Glee, is joining the martial arts jamboree.Shum, who has movie credits in Step Up 2: The Streets and Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, will play a character called Tie-Fang. He’s one of the four martial arts heroes of an underworld world, alongside Silent Wolf (Donnie Yen) and Yu Shu-lien (Michelle Yeo). Between them they’re charged with keeping a sword called Green Destiny out of the hands of the frankly despicable Hades Dai. Nice job with the first name there, Mr and Mrs Dai.The story is penned by John Fusco (The Forbidden Kingdom) from Silver Vase,
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Kevin Tancharoen Will Helm The Guns Of Christmas Past

Tired of watching Elf, The Polar Express and It’s A Wonderful Life back-to-back every Christmas Eve? Voltage Pictures may have just the thing for you, with news that the studio is moving forward with a ludicrous action flick titled The Guns of Christmas Past and has brought Kevin Tancharoen on board to direct.

The movie, very loosely inspired by Charles DickensA Christmas Carol, centers on a retired hitman who finds himself in Chicago on Christmas Eve to avenge the death of a friend. That night, the hitman realizes that he must fight three unlikely adversaries from his past, present and future if he’s to avenge his friend’s death and find out who he really is in the process. Andrew Hilton, who also wrote upcoming flicks Bullet Run and The Lost Patrol, penned the script.

Honestly, that premise sounds just nutty enough to work. Typical Christmas movies
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‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy’ Director Kevin Tancharoen Boards ‘Guns of Christmas Past’

‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy’ Director Kevin Tancharoen Boards ‘Guns of Christmas Past’
Voltage Pictures has tapped “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” director Kevin Tancharoen to helm actioner “The Guns Of Christmas Past.”

Zev Foreman and Nicolas Chartier will produce for Voltage, which is also financing. Foreman and Chartier were exec producers on “Dallas Buyers Club.”

Tancharoen will direct from Andrew Hilton’s script, loosely based on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” The story centers on a retired hitman who returns to Chicago on Christmas Eve to avenge the death of his friend and faces unlikely enemies from his past, present, and future.

Tancharoen directed the second season of Warner Bros.’ digital series “Mortal Kombat: Legacy.” He also directed “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie” and the “Fame” reboot for MGM and decided last year to leave New Line’s “Mortal Kombat” movie after three years of development.

Tancharoen is represented by Verve and Myman Greenspan. Hilton is repped by attorney Craig A. Kessler.

News was first reported by Deadline.
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'Mortal Kombat: Legacy' Director Confronts 'The Guns of Christmas Past'

'Mortal Kombat: Legacy' Director Confronts 'The Guns of Christmas Past'
Kevin Tancharoen has signed on to direct The Guns of Christmas Past, which is very loosely inspired by Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol.

The plot centers on a retired assassin who returns to his hometown of Chicago on Christmas Eve to avenge the death of his longtime friend. He finds himself going up against three adversaries from his past, present and future, while discovering who he really is in the process.

Andrew Hilton wrote the screenplay, with Voltage Pictures' Zev Foreman and Nicolas Chartier producing. Voltage is also developing Andrew Hilton's script Bullet Run, which Rob Cohen signed on to direct back in 2011. He also has The Lost Patrol set up at Legendary Pictures.

Kevin Tancharoen most recently wrote and directed Season 2 of his hit web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy. His feature credits include the Fame remake and Glee: The 3D Concert Movie.
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Cory Monteith missing from on-air Oscars 'In Memoriam' tribute

Cory Monteith missing from on-air Oscars 'In Memoriam' tribute
The 2014 Oscars “In Memoriam” tribute honored all of those we lost this year in the world of film, followed by Bette Midler performing “Wind Beneath My Wings.” However, as viewers might have recognized, there was one name missing from the list: Cory Monteith.

Cory Monteith, who died in July, was best known for his television work as Finn Hudson on Fox’s Glee, but he wasn’t a stranger to the big screen either. Monteith starred in 2011′s Monte Carlo, Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, and more.

However, Monteith did make the Oscars In Memoriam gallery on their site.
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Amazon's Black Friday 2013 Blu-ray and DVD Deals: Monday, November 25

Amazon's week long deals for 2013 Black Friday and Cyber Monday continue today, Monday, November 25, with a whole new batch of DVDs, Blu-rays and a few extras on sale as I will continue to update the information below throughout the day and all throughout the week. As of now I have a few deals outside the scheduled events you may be interested in, but other than that pay attention to the deal start times so you don't miss out. Today's deals include great prices on Harry Potter Blu-rays and DVDs, complete seasons of "The Closer", Miracle on 34th Street on Blu-ray, "Glee" and much more. Outside of what's below you can find the current upcoming scheduled deals for the week right here, which I will be updating as more titles and deals are announced. Otherwise, start shopping. Right Now! The Brady Bunch: The Complete Series with Shag Carpet Cover ($42.49) I Love Lucy
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Kevin Tancharoen no longer directing Mortal Kombat reboot

Just weeks after the online release of Mortal Kombat: Legacy II - the second season of the popular live-action web series - director Kevin Tancharoen (Fame, Glee: The 3D Concert Movie) has revealed via Twitter that he's "decided to move on to other creative opportunities" and will no longer helm Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema's big screen reboot of the classic video game beat-em-up franchise.

Tancharoen originally secured the directing gig on Mortal Kombat back in 2011, having impressed with his 2010 proof of concept short Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, which then led to then ten-episode web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy. The script for the new Mortal Kombat has been written by Oren Uziel (Rebirth), who also happens to have 22 Jump Street and Men in Black 4 on his upcoming slate, but with the project now without a director it's unclear as to the status of the planned reboot.
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Interview: Director Kevin Tancharoen Gives Us Something New With 'Mortal Kombat: Legacy' Season 2

Actress Samantha Jo in a contemplative moment as Kitana in "Mortal Kombat: Legacy"

The launch of "Mortal Kombat: Legacy" Season two kicks off our coverage of new fights (and fighters) for the Machinima web series. Check out the first episode below. Later today, we'll bring you interviews with some of the stars and creators who've brought the battle for Earthrealm to your PC.

Interview: Mark Dacascos (Kung Lao)

Interview: Casper Van Dien (Johnny Cage)

"We didn't want to give people a carbon copy of what we did last time," director Kevin Tancharoen tells me about his team's goals in putting together a second season of the gritty web series, "Mortal Kombat: Legacy." The first season, assembled on what would be considered an ambitious fan film budget with the participation of actors like Jheri Ryan ("Star Trek: Voyager") and Michael Jai White ("Black Dynamite," "Spawn"), set out to assemble a handful
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New Mortal Kombat: Legacy Season II trailer released

Ahead of its online release later this month, Machinima and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution have dropped a new trailer for Mortal Kombat: Legacy II, the second season of the hit web series from director Kevin Tancharoen (Fame, Glee: The 3D Concert Movie).

Based of course on the hit video game franchise, Mortal Kombat: Legacy II features Harry Shum, Jr. (Glee) as Sub-Zero, Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers) as Johnny Cage, Brian Tee (The Wolverine) as Lui Kang, Mark Dacascos (Drive) as Kung Lao, David Lee McInnis (Iris) as Raiden, Ian Anthony Dale (Hawaii Five-o) as Scorpion, Eric Jacobus (A Good Day to Die Hard) as Stryker, Samantha Jo (Man of Steel) as Kitana, DanSouthworth (Power Rangers Time Force) as Kenshi, Kim Do Nguyen (Tron: Legacy) as Ermac, and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (1995's Mortal Kombat) as Shang Tsung...

Mortal Kombat: Legacy II is set for release via Machinima's YouTube channel on September 26th.
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'One Direction: This Is Us' storms UK box office - top 10 in full

'One Direction: This Is Us' storms UK box office - top 10 in full
One Direction's 3D documentary This Is Us has stormed to the top of the UK box office on its first weekend on release.

The movie, directed by Morgan Spurlock and produced by Simon Cowell, earned more than £3.4 million to send Matt Damon's blockbuster Elysium into second place.

This Is Us's box office opening is by far the strongest for a recent 3D concert film. Previous offerings have failed to crack the £1 million mark, with Justin Bieber's Never Say Never getting closest in 2011 with £820,592.

By comparison, 2012's Katy Perry: Part of Me bowed to £449,491, Glee: The 3D Concert Movie earned £356,271 in 2011 and 2009's Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Performance took just £117,060.

This Is Us is also the number one movie Stateside with a $17 million haul over the Labor Day weekend.

Elsewhere in the UK, new releases Pain & Gain, The Way Way Back and You're Next all
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Cory Monteith: A Look Back At Late Actor's Past Drug Abuse & Rehab Stints

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Cory Monteith: A Look Back At Late Actor's Past Drug Abuse & Rehab Stints
The cause of Cory Monteith's death is still not known, an autopsy on the actor is scheduled for today, but over the years the "Glee" star opened up about his past drug use and time spent in rehab.

During the junket for 2011's "Glee: The 3D Concert Movie," Monteith spoke to Access Hollywood about going public with his past.

"I think it's important for me to kind of provide an example kind... lead by example and kind of use my experience to inspire others," Monteith, who was in rehab multiple times - most recently in March - told ...

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Grow Up: Actors Who Played Younger ... Way Younger

They say that high school is never really over, and it would appear that some aging actors take the adage very seriously.

The trailer for Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck's upcoming film "Runner, Runner" premiered yesterday, and our favorite *NSYNCer finds himself regressing to those frosted tip days of youth. Mr. Timberlake plays Richie, a spritely Princeton student who finds himself in deep financial heat. Richie is probably college age (18-22), which makes Timberlake, 32, at least 10 years older than his character.

This baffling case of cinematic time travel got us thinking: What other stars have deceived us and played younger characters when they were in fact not that young at all? We did a little digging, and the findings made our 18-year-old (but actually 34, oops) hearts skip a beat.

10. Rachel McAdams as Regina George in "Mean Girls"

Regina's age: 16-17

Rachel's age at the time: 26

One of pop culture's
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‘Metallica Through the Never’ Trailer: A New Twist on the 3D Concert Movie

Most concert movies are pretty cut-and-dry in their approach, in terms of how they glorify their musician/musical group subject and attempt to make them seem relatable at the same time (example: Justin Bieber: Never Say Never). Recent additions to the (genre?) have attempted to mix things up in… curious ways – like having the cast of Glee remain in character throughout the Glee: The 3D Concert Movie – and the upcoming Metallica Through the Never will go even further, by weaving a full-blown fictional narrative into the mix.

Metallica features 3D footage of the iconic heavy metal band performing live for a sold-out arena, in combination with a fictional storyline that revolves around their band crew member, Trip (Dane DeHaan), undertaking a mission for the band when “he unexpectedly has his life turned completely upside down.” DeHaan, of course, is an up-and-comer, thanks ...

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One in every family: Lesbian sisters, moms and daughters of celebrities

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Too often anti-gay people are homophobic because they don't think they know anyone gay. But statistics show that, well, we're everywhere — there's at least one of us in every family. We have power within our own families and communities to inspire change, and you can see that in these sisters, mothers and aunts who have inspired their high-profile relations. We can see their change in activism, on screen and in specific subcultures that don't often have discussions on different sexualities.

This week, Jennifer Lopez told Access Hollywood that her gay aunt inspired her to create The Fosters for ABC Family, which is poised to be a pivotal show about an interracial lesbian couple who also happen to be mothers. (Yes, One Million Moms is already hating it and we haven't even seen one episode.)

Cyndi Lauper is one of the biggest allies a gay girl could ask for,
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Mortal Kombat: Legacy season 2 trailer

Before he reboots the Mortal Kombat movie franchise next year for New Line Cinema, director Kevin Tancharoen (Fame, Glee: The 3D Concert Movie) is set to unleash the second season of his hit web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy. Check out the official synopsis for season two, followed by the first trailer below...

"The Mortal Kombat Legacy continues in Season 2 as Liu Kang, Kung Lao, Kenshi, and Ermac join the ranks. The rivalries and histories of these fierce warriors will unfold as Raiden and his recruits clash against the dark forces of Outworld. The epic battle for Earthrealm has finally begun."

The cast of Mortal Kombat: Legacy season 2 includes Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers) as Johnny Cage, Mark Dacascos (Brotherhood of the Wolf) as Kung Lao, Brian Tee (The Wolverine) as Liu Kang, Samantha Tjhia (Man of Steel) as Kitana, Michelle Lee (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End) as Mileena,
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Get Over Here and Check out the Trailer for 'Mortal Kombat: Legacy II'!

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Get Over Here and Check out the Trailer for 'Mortal Kombat: Legacy II'!
2011's Mortal Kombat: Legacy was a fun, gritty web series that deconstructed the Mk mythos in a surprisingly intelligent way, helmed by the unlikely Kevin Tancharoen (whose credits include the Fame remake and Glee: The 3D Concert Movie), who made the transition from musicals to Mortal Kombat with fantastic results.

Well, with millions of hits on YouTube and a DVD release of Mk: L selling well, it was only a matter of time before a second "season" of the web series would be produced, and the lovely folks at Machinima have put up a trailer for the forthcoming Season 2, which you can check out below.



I'll be honest, there's a lot of nerdy joy to be gleaned from Mortal Kombat: Legacy's second season if this trailer is any indicator.  Johnny Cage is now being played by Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers), and Cary Tagawa will be reprising the role
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New Cast Photo from ‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2′

After wowing audiences with his web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy, writer/director Kevin Tancharoen is working on the aptly titled sequel, Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2. He posted a pic of the cast, which you can see right here:

Tancharoen’s other directing credits include Fame (2009) and Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, so the dark, violent and stylized world of Mortal Kombat seems like an obvious step.

Source: Kevin Tancharoen
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Pitch Reels show alternate visions for ‘Daredevil’, ‘Halloween’, and ‘The Hunger Games’

The process that studios go through to pick a director for a project is often one that’s hidden from public view, with nothing more than rumours of potential hires and people who make a play for the job. This often leads to speculation of what certain films would look like under the guidance of other directors who may have been interested. While until now, speculation is all that film fans have had to go on, recently a few pitch reels have been released to the public. Pitch reels are short trailers put together by directors who want to give a studio an idea of their vision for a film. In most cases, the casting or story may not end up the way the pitch reel displays it, but it’s nonetheless a fascinating glimpse into the mindset of sertain people with regards to projects they were pursuing.

First up,
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