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We have become so accustomed to the refined polish of the high-tech Transformers franchise, I think it would be delightfully homegrown to see the movie stripped down to the acting essence of a young performer yelling at a building because she imagines that it's a skyscraper-sized…
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It was recently announced that the upcoming Bumblebee-centric Transformers spinoff would take the action back to the 1980s, and we now know why that decision was…
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The film will debut next November The post James McAvoy Prepares for X-Men: Dark Phoenix, First Set Photo Debuts appeared first on…
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“Wheel of Fortune” is putting a positive spin on things, after being accused of depicting slaves in an image from its “Southern Charm” week. After being called out on social media, the popular game show has decided to replace the background image in future airings. “Wheel of Fortune” executive producer Harry Friedman also said that the show regrets having used the image in the first place. Also Read: 'Walking Dead' Shirt Pulled From Stores After Racism…
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Director Ava DuVernay and musician Stevie Wonder have been added to the lineup for Creative Artists Agency’s Amplify event for multicultural artists and leaders from entertainment, sports, media, corporate brand marketing, and technology, the agency announced Monday. The invitation-only event, kicking off Tuesday in Laguna Beach, California, aims to explore how to accelerate the growth, value, and visibility of diversity in business. Also Read: 15 Hollywood Stars Up for Grabs in…
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Amazon Studios is adapting Jay McInerney’s “Brightness Falls” book trilogy into a television series, a source close to the streaming service has confirmed. The trilogy follows a couple — Corrine and Russell Calloway — over the course of 30 years. Each novel is set against the backdrop of a major historical event. The first one, “Brightness Falls” sees the two meeting in college and getting caught up in the buyout frenzy of the ’80s. The …
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Bloomberg’s editor-in-chief personally killed a feature about the growth of rival Fox Business Network, confusing staffers in the process, TheWrap has learned. According to sources close to the situation, Bloomberg’s media reporting team contacted Fox Business Network on Feb. 7 about a story on the sister station of Fox News. Bloomberg reporter Anousha Sakoui’s story was in the works for four months, examining the origins of FBN and why the network’s broad approach…
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Daniel Bryan wants you to know that he had nothing to do with the finish of Sunday’s first-ever women’s “Money in the Bank” Ladder Match — so the perturbed WWE Universe can stop tweeting him now. After all, the father of an almost five-week-old daughter and husband of fellow pro-wrestler Brie Bella was still out on paternity leave last night. Plus, according to the former WWE Champion and current “SmackDown Live” general manager, Bryan has…
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Last Man Standing won't be making a come back on CMT, after all.The network, which already airs reruns of the Tim Allen-fronted sitcom, passed on a potential revival over cost concerns. According to to the Hollywood Reporter, CMT and producers at 20th Century Fox Television were in preliminary ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Last Man StandingTim…
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Obviously most of us are smart enough to write fake diaries in order to better hide our secret diaries, but not even a certified genius, coke-sniffing, good-time gal like Laura Palmer could have predicted how pored-over her secret diary would become. The hunt for this leather-bound confession-fiesta ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Twin PeaksDavid LynchKyle…
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A whole host of movies are going to be at your disposal starting on July 1st, including all the original Star Trek and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films. Or if you'd rather spend your days in the world of Jane Austen, Sense & Sensibility, starring Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet, will be arriving in ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Midnight, TexasThe Bold…
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COMING SOON. ???? pic.twitter.com/250HURHlyn— Degrassi (@Degrassi) June 19, 2017 The return of Degrassi: Next Class is nearing, which means it won't be long now before we have to say goodbye to another class of Degrassi grads.But graduation drama won't be the only things the kids of Degrassi are ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Degrassi: Next ClassEric OsborneLyle LettauSara WaisglassEhren KassamNikki GouldAna GoljaDalia YegavianSpencer MacPhersonSoma Bhat…
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NBC is hitting premiere week hard, pushing out nearly all its fall shows in the first week of the 2017-2018 fall season. Get ready for a whole lot of The Voice to cut the ribbon on the fall season as the singing show will air for three consecutive nights -- Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday starting ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The VoiceThe BraveThis Is UsLaw & Order True Crime: The Menendez MurdersLaw & Order: Special Victims UnitChicago P.D.Chicago FireSuperstoreThe…
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"The Beguiled " is a strange and uncomfortable film in both of its iterations. Sofia Coppola's take is more nuanced than the 1971 original, with deeper insight into the ladies of Ms. Farnsworth's Seminary and perhaps not enough into…
06.19 / 22:13
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Cars 3" finished in first place at the North American box office this weekend with $53.7 million in earnings. It effectively stole the top spot from "Wonder Woman," which had held on to No. 1 f…
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Alicia Silverstone leads promotional push at IndyCar Grand…
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"What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" was a sensation when it was released in 1962, a Grand Guignol story of two elderly sisters who hate each other. The classic film got a big publicity boost this year when the FX Network broadcast "Feud," a retelling of the hatred between the film's two stars,…
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A tale out of the Bible has been radically reimagined by London's National Theatre. In the Bible, "Salomé" tells the story of the beautiful but ruthless dancer who demands, and gets, the head of John the Baptist. In the new NT Live version, directed by Yaël Farber, creates a Salomé who is the le…
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Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner coined the term "The Gilded Age" in their 1873 novel "The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today." So the screening planned on June 22 at the Mark Twain House & Museum is wholly appropriate. "America Rising: The Arts of the Gilded Age" is about American artists…
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The annual summer series of free Friday-night outdoor movie screenings in Hartford parks begins June 30 and will run through the end of August. The first screening, originally scheduled for June 16, was postponed due to rain. This year, the newly opened Dunkin' Donuts Park will join the…
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