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We're Obsessed With Nick in The Handmaid's Tale and We're Not Even Sorry

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The highly anticipated second season of The Handmaid's Tale launched last week with Hulu releasing the first two episodes. We were happy to see Nick, played by the low-key sexy Max Minghella, in both episodes. You'll remember Nick as Commander Waterford's driver who soon becomes June's secret lover. You can safely say that men are not high up on the chain of who we're rooting for in this show, as most men in Gilead spend their time on screen torturing, degrading, and punishing women. Nick is different, we hope.

You will no doubt recognize Minghella from prominent roles in films like The Social Network (below), The Ides of March, and The Internship. Before his role on The Handmaid's Tale, he cut his TV teeth with a recurring role on The Mindy Project (also a Hulu property). He is not a superstar, yet, but The Handmaid's Tale is certainly upping his TV cred.
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FX orders pilot for What We Do In the Shadows U.S. TV series

THR is reporting that FX has ordered a pilot for a U.S. TV series based upon Taika Waititi’s acclaimed vampire mockumentary What We Do In the Shadows.

The pilot for the half hour comedy will be directed by Waititi, with Jemaine Clement writing the script, and the duo will both serve as executive producers. It’s not clear however if they will reprise their on screen roles, as the series will feature a new cast which includes Kayvan Novak (Thunderbirds Are Go), Matt Berry (Toast of London), Natasia Demetriou (Year Friends) and Harvey Guillen (The Internship).

In addition to this project, plans continue for the spinoff sequel We’re Wolves, as well as another small screen project in Wellington Paranormal, a series following the two police officers from the movie.

Waititi is coming off the back of the Marvel blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok, and is next set to direct Bubbles,
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Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement Land ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Pilot at FX

Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement's hilarious vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows is getting a TV series adaptation. FX has given a pilot order to a half-hour comedy series inspired by Waititi and Clement's award-winning 2014 film of the same name, which co-starred the duo as vampire flatmates living the quiet life in New Zealand. The series will introduce a new batch of mismatched undead played by Kayvan Novak (Danger Mouse), Matt Berry (The It Crowd), Natasia Demetriou (Year Friends) and Harvey Guillen (The Thundermans, The Internship). Plot details are still under wraps, …
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Can You Make It Through These Sexy Dylan O'Brien Photos Without Passing Out?

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Can You Make It Through These Sexy Dylan O'Brien Photos Without Passing Out?
In case you missed it, there's way more to Dylan O'Brien than just being the overly sarcastic yet oh-so-endearing Stiles Stilinski on Teen Wolf. The 25-year-old actor has appeared in numerous films since gaining popularity on the MTV series, including The Internship, The Maze Runner, The First Time (that cute rom com with Britt Robertson), and most recently, American Assassin. Each time we see Dylan's face on the silver screen, it reminds us how much of a heartthrob he truly is. With hair that's just begging to be tousled and a devious grin that could make anyone's heart skip a beat (or, like, seven beats), Dylan is the down-to-earth actor we can't resist fawning over. And yes, we still think he's sexy even after watching his epic Spice Girls lip sync video from back in the day. Read on for a collection of Dylan's steamiest pictures through the years, but
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Critics Pick the Worst Movies They’ve Ever Reviewed

Critics Pick the Worst Movies They’ve Ever Reviewed
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film and TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday.

This week’s question: “The Book of Henry” has been assailed by critics. But let’s look beyond this particular reviled new release. What’s the worst movie you’ve ever reviewed?

Alissa Wilkinson (@alissamarie), Vox

It’s unfortunately not even a contest: “God’s Not Dead 2,” which I reviewed for Flavorwire and then wrote about it further for Thrillist. (The first movie is actually far worse, but I didn’t review it.) They’re actually not the worst-made movies I’ve seen, but as a Christian and a film critic, I find them so actively offensive and cynical that it’s somehow even more depressing. I didn’t derive any joy from the process, but it felt important that I write about it.

Kristy Puchko (@KristyPuchko), Pajiba/Cbr.com
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6 Women of Color in Supporting Roles Who Deserve to Star on Their Own Shows

6 Women of Color in Supporting Roles Who Deserve to Star on Their Own Shows
TV trends come and go, but who would’ve thought that, with all the focus on inclusion in the past few years, there would now be an uptick of, as IndieWire’s Michael Schneider puts it, “white dudes in crisis” on TV?

To fill the diversity void, the networks have added actors of color to supporting roles. It’s heartening to see that this has created a more realistic picture on TV of what the world looks like, such as the marriage between Zach Braff’s and Tiya Sircar’s characters on “Alex Inc.” representing the growing number of mixed-race marriages in America. Unfortunately, it’s also disappointing to see so many of these favorite actresses get shunted from one supporting role to the next.

Read More: The 4 Worst New Fall Show Titles and How We’d Fix Them

It’s time for many of these actresses to move out
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The Lego Batman Movie review: give a minifig

MaryAnn’s quick take… A great Batman movie, a great superhero movie, and a gloriously bonkers expression of the sublime silliness of crime fighters in capes, and our love of them. I’m “biast” (pro): really liked The Lego Movie

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

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

He’s Batman. (Say it in a low growl for best effect.) The little Lego minifig in black actually works as a superhero. Of course he appeared in The Lego Movie a couple years back, but he was a joke, a sideshow, a parody of the Dark Knight. Would spinning him off into his own movie work as anything other than a caricature, and wouldn’t he be just one joke stretched too thin across a full movie? Wouldn’t the few things that made The Lego Movie stand apart from all the many
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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Vince Vaughn (‘Hacksaw Ridge’)

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By: Scott Feinberg

The Hollywood Reporter

“I think what happened to me after The Break-Up was I was kind of more ‘booking jobs’ and not working from that same catalyst of, ‘I really believe in this and we all want to make the same movie,'” acknowledges the actor Vince Vaughn as we sit down at the London West Hollywood hotel to discuss his career on The Hollywood Reporter‘s ‘Awards Chatter’ podcast. Following a remarkable run of hit comedies in the early 2000s — among them, 2003’s Old School, 2004’s Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and Starsky & Hutch and 2005’s Wedding Crashers — Vaughn had deliberately pivoted towards drama with the 2006 dramedy.

“But I didn’t follow through on it,” the 46-year-old says with unmistakable regret. Instead, he lost his way for a decade, during which he was humbled by critical and commercial disappointments — see Fred Claus
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Owen Wilson Super-Cut: From ‘Royal Tenenbaums’ to ‘Midnight in Paris,’ He Sure Says ‘What?’ a Lot

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Owen Wilson Super-Cut: From ‘Royal Tenenbaums’ to  ‘Midnight in Paris,’ He Sure Says ‘What?’ a Lot
Everyone knows Owen Wilson says “what?” a lot in movies. What this video presupposes is…maybe he says it even more than we realized? One brave YouTube user has compiled a two-minute super-cut of the actor uttering that one word ad infinitum, with Wilson’s delivery ranging from mildly confused to utterly exasperated. Watch it below.

Read More: ‘Cars 3’ Teaser Trailer: Pixar’s Latest Sequel Features The Dramatic Return of Lightning McQueen

The video accounts for almost all of the actor’s filmography, including “Bottle Rocket,” “Wedding Crashers,” “The Royal Tenenbaums,” “Shanghai Noon,” “Shanghai Knights,” “The Darjeeling Limited,” “The Internship,” “The Haunting,” “Midnight in Paris” and so on and so forth. Wilson’s slight drawl has always been part and parcel of his onscreen charisma, imbuing even the most mundane dialogue with a certain verve, and here he displays that talent over and over again.

Read More: ‘Bastards’ Trailer:
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How ‘Arrival’ And ‘Stranger Things’ Could Help Bring Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps Racing Toward The Oscars And Emmys

Although Shawn Levy has had great success directing movies such as the Night At The Museum franchise, Real Steel, Date Night, Cheaper By The Dozen and The Internship, even turning a little more serious in the very fine dramedy This Is Where I Leave You a couple of years ago, he is most excited these days about his production company 21 Laps Entertainment. With the success of the new film Arrival, which overperformed at the boxoffice when it opened on November 11, and the…
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How ‘Arrival’ And ‘Stranger Things’ Could Help Bring Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps Racing Toward The Oscars And Emmys

How ‘Arrival’ And ‘Stranger Things’ Could Help Bring Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps Racing Toward The Oscars And Emmys
Although Shawn Levy has had great success directing movies such as the Night At The Museum franchise, Real Steel, Date Night, Cheaper By The Dozen and The Internship, even turning a little more serious in the very fine dramedy This Is Where I Leave You a couple of years ago, he is most excited these days about his production company 21 Laps Entertainment. With the success of the new film Arrival, which overperformed at the boxoffice when it opened on November 11, and the…
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Wedding Crashers 2 might be on the way, according to Isla Fisher

During an appearance on NBC’s Today to promote her new movie Nocturnal Animals, actress Isla Fisher let some news slip about a possible sequel to one of her most famous movies, 2005’s hit Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson-led comedy Wedding Crashers.

While being interviewed by three of the show’s hosts, Fisher was asked a question regarding the status of Wedding Crashers 2, to which she replied: “The first I heard of it, I bumped into Vince Vaughn at a party and he said that apparently we’re going to be making a sequel. So I’m really excited to see what happened to Gloria.”

Check out the full interview here…

Fisher quickly clarified that a sequel is in no way a done deal at the moment; the actress then said, “I shouldn’t really announce it on morning television. But apparently there’s some talk of it, which is fun.
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‘Wedding Crashers’ Sequel Reportedly In The Works

One milestone most of the cinephile world tragically overlooked in 2005 was the tenth anniversary of the comedy classic “Wedding Crashers.” There might be some hyperbole in that statement, but the comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson is a favorite around these parts, and the two actors have never been better together (the attempt to reunite them in 2013’s “The Internship” is best forgotten).

Continue reading ‘Wedding Crashers’ Sequel Reportedly In The Works at The Playlist.
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5 reasons why Shawn Levy is the perfect director for Uncharted

Henry Bevan with five reasons why Shawn Levy is the perfect director for Uncharted

An action-adventure movie featuring quips, crazy set pieces and the dispatching of hundreds of pirates (the modern kind) doesn’t seem like the right fit for the director of Cheaper by the Dozen. But, Shawn Levy is the next director to jump onto the Uncharted movie merry-go-round.

He may seem like a strange choice considering most of his career has been spent directing studio comedies aimed at children. His films aren’t inspired. But, if you inspect his filmography, it becomes obvious he is the right director to get Nathan Drake into cinemas.

Here are 5 reasons Shawn Levy is the perfect man for the job:

(1) Stability

The Uncharted movie has been more difficult to produce than finding “goddamn El Dorado”. Multiple directors have bailed and Sony pulled it from their release schedule. It is a mess Levy can tidy up.
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Eva Longoria, Jeremy Piven and Jessica Szohr set for All-Star Weekend with Jamie Foxx

Deadline is reporting that Jamie Foxx has recruited Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives), Jeremy Piven (Entourage) and Jessica Szohr (The Internship) for All-Star Weekend, which will mark his writing and directing debut.

The comedy will follow “two tow-truck drivers, Malik (Foxx), and Danny (Piven), who are basketball fanatics and would take a bullet for their respective favorite players, LeBron James and Steph Curry. Danny’s girlfriend Abby (Szohr) is reconsidering the relationship as she does not want to take a back seat to his obsession. The two drivers finally get a break from their dead-end job when they win tickets to the NBA All-Star Game. En route to the big game, Malik and Danny meet the beautiful and mysterious Asia (Longoria), who might have her own hidden agenda. After many twists and turns, the guys find themselves and their heroes in a precarious life-or-death situation.”

Filming on All-Star Weekend is now underway,
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Shawn Levy to Helm Live-Action Uncharted Movie

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Several months have passed since we heard anything on the Uncharted film.  Today, Sony has announced that well-known Director/Producer Shawn Levy will be the man in the charge.  Learn more below.

Last we heard of the Uncharted movie, Sony had hired on Joe Carnahan to pen the script.  While Carnahan had hopes of directing the film, himself, he found himself booked with his Bad Boys For Life sequel, starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.  Instead, Sony turned to a director who just finished directing and producing one of the more successful Netflix series, Stranger Things.

The news broke from Deadline that, Sony has named Shawn Levy as director of the long-awaited Uncharted live-action movie.

In addition to Stranger Things, Levy's resume includes the Night at the Museum franchise, The Internship, Real Steel, and Date Night, just to name a few.  He now steps into a new franchise, one that
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Stranger Things Producer Shawn Levy Set to Direct Uncharted Movie

Sony Pictures has been trying to get an Uncharted adaptation into production for years. The last we heard, Joe Carnahan (The A-Team, Smokin' Aces) was writing the latest draft of the script. Now Deadline is reporting that the studio has hired Shawn Levy to direct the film. Levy most recently produced the hit Netflix series Stranger Things and even directed a couple of episodes. He's previously directed films such as Real Steel, The Internship, and the Night at the Museum and its sequels.

Carnahan was looking to direct the film at one point but dropped out of the running so that he could focus on on Will Smith and Martin Lawrence's Bad Boys For Life, which is a perfect project for him. I'm not really sure how I feel about Levy taking on the big screen adaptation of Uncharted. He's worked on some great projects in the past, and
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The Weekend Warrior 9/30/2016: Deepwater Horizon, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Masterminds

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

This Past Weekend:

While the new movies reigned at the box office this past weekend, both Antoine Fuqua’s The Magnificent Seven (Sony) and the animated Storks (Warner Bros.) didn’t fare nearly as well as our projections, both falling short by about $10 million. The Magnificent Seven, starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt, fared decently with $34.7million, which is about the average for Washington’s films, but the fourth highest opening for a Western after last year’s The Revenant, the animated Rango, and Cowboys and Aliens. Storks’ $21.3 million opening wasn’t great compared to other animated September releases with Sony still holding the September opening record with Hotel Transylvania 2, but it should continue to do well with no other animated movies opening for another month.
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Star Wars Rebels: Complete Season Two Review

Star Wars Rebels is an almost bizarrely solid, animated series, and the second season took a show that was already good, and upped the game in almost every way.

The story started out with our band simply setting out to disrupt the Empire’s plans (with newcomer Ezra in tow) whenever they could, but with the show’s setting being at a point so “prequel” to the original Star Wars film, the connection to any unified opposition was decidedly loose. Such an opposition barely exists to be connected to anyway.

The show pulled in viewers by throwing in small side stories that might not truly relate to the overall conflict at all, but are instead like thought experiments about what the everyday people in the universe might be going through, and these are effectively built into character development opportunities for our leads.

Of course, there’s only so much grief you can cause The Empire,
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Shawn Levy Teases Casting For Starman Remake

A few months ago, word came out that Night at the Museum and Real Steel director Shawn Levy would be remaking John Carpenter's 1980s sci-fi love story Starman. While Levy was out promoting the new Spielberg-influenced Netflix series Stranger Things (which he executive produces), Levy spoke with ComingSoon about the tone of the new Starman and finding a leading man to step into Jeff Bridges' alien shoes:

“I have to say, I was really inspired by this show,” Levy told us. “I haven’t done television in a long time, the movies have kept me really busy. I hadn’t done this genre or this tone. It came to me really organically and it’s definitely something I want to keep doing and ‘Starman’ is a very rich opportunity to do that.“I do [have casting ideas], but they would kill me at Sony if I mentioned it. I’ll
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