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Mipcom: William Shatner, 'Sex and the City' Creator Darren Star Added to Lineup

Mipcom: William Shatner, 'Sex and the City' Creator Darren Star Added to Lineup
Darren Star and William Shanter have been added to this year's eclectic Mipcom lineup.

Sex and the City creator Star will take the stage as a keynote speaker, while Shatner will hit the Cannes red carpet to promote The UnXplained, the new series he executive produces and hosts.

Star's upcoming Paramount Network series Emily in Paris, starring Lily Collins, is currently shooting in the city. Star Trek icon Shatner's The UnXplained seeks out outer-space mysteries on the History Channel.

The two join a lineup that includes Emmy winner RuPaul, Bodyguard creator Jed Mercurio, ITV Studios International president Maria Kyriacou and Bibiane Godfroid,...
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Halloween’s Tyler Mane Reveals Whether He’d Ever Play Michael Myers Again

Considering how the Halloween film franchise has surpassed double digits when it comes to racking up sequels, it’s actually somewhat amazing to think not many actors have played Michael Myers on more than one occasion. Nick Castle, often referred to as “the O.G. Shape,” has done so though, with Tyler Mane being another notable actor to have also accomplished that feat.

The main difference between those two fellas is that Castle was able to reprise the role because he was doing so in a 2018 followup to the 1978 original. Therefore, it made much sense to bring him back. Mane, meanwhile, was contained to a two-film alternate timeline established by Rob Zombie, so he may never return.

Knowing that, I still couldn’t help pondering the possibility of Tyler Mane having a third tour as Michael Myers because, after all, the character spends a great deal of time under a mask,
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Bradley Whitford makes Emmy history with drama guest actor win for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

Bradley Whitford makes Emmy history with drama guest actor win for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
Bradley Whitford is truly the guest of honor at the Emmys. He took home the Best Drama Guest Actor prize at Sunday’s Creative Arts ceremony, becoming the first person to win both comedy and drama guest actor categories.

The odds-on favorite, Whitford — who beat out defending champ Ron Cephas Jones (“This Is Us”), Michael Angarano (“This Is Us”), Michael McKean (“Better Call Saul”), Kumail Nanjiani (“The Twilight Zone”) and Glynn Turman (“How to Get Away with Murder”), previously won Best Comedy Guest Actor in 2015 for “Transparent.” He also has a drama supporting actor statuette for “The West Wing” from 2001.

See 2019 Creative Arts Emmys: See the full list of Sunday’s winners

With his bid for “Handmaid’s,” Whitford joined five other men with nominations in both male guest categories, which were established in 1989. None of the first five were able to win in both:

Hank Azaria: won in
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‘Another Day of Life’ Film Review: Animated True Story Vacillates Between Documentary and Artificiality

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‘Another Day of Life’ Film Review: Animated True Story Vacillates Between Documentary and Artificiality
Raúl de la Fuente’s and Damian Nenow’s adaptation of Ryszard Kapuściński’s “Another Day of Life” isn’t the first film to combine documentary footage with animated reenactments, but it may be the first one that’ll make you wonder when the tutorial mission will begin, and you can finally start playing along for yourself.

Another Day of Life” dramatizes three months of journalist Kapuściński’s life in Angola, in the midst of a violent Civil War. The streets were literally clogged with dead bodies, and foreign powers worked their insidious influence from the sidelines in an attempt to maintain their power in the region.

Into this “Cold War chess board” arrives Ryszard Kapuściński, a Polish reporter who usually goes by “Ricardo,” who takes it upon himself to tell the world what’s really happening in this chaotic corner of the world. His goal, he decides, is to
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about The UneXplained

Something strange is going on. William Shatner is back on TV, but that’s hardly the oddity. The UneXplained is all about the weird, unusual, uncanny, and odd. It is sometimes spooky and sometimes just bizarre. With the larger than life personality of Shatner at the helm, it’s always a great time. He handles both the narrating and hosting for these unique tails of the misunderstood and confusing. From mummies who did cocaine to Bigfoot and so much more, The UneXplained has it all. If the kooky and mysterious delights you, then you’re either a fan already, or you’re about to

10 Things You Didn’t Know about The UneXplained
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New trailer + poster for Devil’S Revenge starring William Shatner

Devil’S Revenge, starring Star Trek alumni William Shatner, Jeri Ryan, and Jason Brooks, releasing on October 1st from Cleopatra Entertainment. This film is about a down-on-his-luck archaeologist on a routine cave expedition who is cursed by a relic that turns out to be a portal to Hell. He then discovers that he must destroy the …

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William Shatner Shoots Demons with a Shotgun in “Devil’s Revenge”

It’s not all that often we get to see William Shatner getting violent on screen any longer is it? In fact it seems as though it might have been a while since he even picked up a weapon and really went to town with it. Plus the best thing is that he’s starring with fellow Star Trek Alum in this strange but compelling movie titled Devil’s Revenge, and he gets to shoot at demons with a shotgun. Now if that’s not bound to please at least a few people then it seems like nothing might. I’m firmly with Dan Zinksi

William Shatner Shoots Demons with a Shotgun in “Devil’s Revenge”
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Devil's Revenge Trailer: William Shatner & Jeri Ryan Open a Portal to Hell

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Devil's Revenge Trailer: William Shatner & Jeri Ryan Open a Portal to Hell
Welcome to Hell! Today, we have a first look at the horror thriller Devil's Revenge, which dusts off Star Trek icon William Shatner for a Halloween treat that will leave you howling. Shatner is teaming up with genre favorite and Star Trek alum Jeri Ryan along with Jason Brooks. The movie hits theaters in limited release later this fall just in time for the Halloween season.

From Cleopatra Entertainment, Devil's Revenge is about a down-on-his-luck archaeologist on a routine cave expedition who is cursed by a relic that turns out to be a portal to Hell. He then discovers that he must destroy the relic in order to reverse the curse on his family.

Cleopatra Entertainment has set a release date for their production Devil's Revenge, a new horror film directed by Jared Cohn that was executive produced by Brian Perera, Yvonne Perera, and co-produced by Tim Yasui and Cohn.
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Ranking the 50 greatest male TV stars ever, including Johnny Carson, Bob Newhart, Mr. Rogers

Ranking the 50 greatest male TV stars ever, including Johnny Carson, Bob Newhart, Mr. Rogers
Who is the best male TV star of all time? Our new photo gallery above takes on the tough task of ranking the 50 greatest actors and performers. Agree or disagree with our choices?

With over 70 years of television to consider, we had to provide ourselves with a few rules to help simplify things. One of those was that every man in our gallery must have been an ongoing leading star at some point, preferably more often than not. That’s why you will not see such classic supporting actors as Art Carney, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Peter Dinklage and more. We also do not include any news/sports anchors or journalists such as Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow, Peter Jennings, Howard Cosell since they are not performers.

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In order to place them in the rankings, we were looking at a combination of quality
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50 Greatest Male TV Stars Ever, Ranked

50 Greatest Male TV Stars Ever, Ranked
Who is the best male TV star of all time? Our new photo gallery above takes on the tough task of ranking the 50 greatest actors and performers. Agree or disagree with our choices?

With over 70 years of television to consider, we had to provide ourselves with a few rules to help simplify things. One of those was that every man in our gallery must have been an ongoing leading star at some point, preferably more often than not. That’s why you will not see such classic supporting actors as Art Carney, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Peter Dinklage and more. We also do not include any news/sports anchors or journalists such as Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow, Peter Jennings, Howard Cosell since they are not performers.

In order to place them in the rankings, we were looking at a combination of quality (top rated shows with the public or
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Trailer: William Shatner Stars in Satanic Horror Devil’S Revenge

Welcome to Hell. Star Trek‘s William Shatner is staring in a satanic horror movie he co-wrote with Maurice Hurley (Star Trek: The Next Generation). Look for Devil’s Revenge (directed by Jared Cohn) on VOD and Blu-ray/DVD sometime in October. Give the trailer a spin at the top of the article. Synopsis:a down-on-his-luck archaeologist returns from […]

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Horror Highlights: Ghost Rider #1 Trailer, Nola Horror Film Fest 2019, Silhouette Trailer, Maury The Miserable Vampire

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Marvel's Ghost Rider comic book series returns with a trailer that is sure to set your curiosity ablaze. Also in today's Horror Highlights: the lineup for the 9th annual Nola Horror Film Festival and Maury the Miserable Vampire book details.

Watch the New Ghost Rider #1 Trailer: "The devil’s bounty hunter returns! Ghost Rider streaks out of the underworld on his flaming motorcycle — with a skull to match — in an all-new ongoing series. Now, take one hell of a ride in a new trailer featuring Editor in Chief C.B. Cebulski, Assistant Editor Chris Robinson and Writer Ed Brisson!

Following his shocking accession, Johnny Blaze is now the king of the underworld! What challenges does a hero face when he presides over the worst humanity — and inhumanity — has to offer? While Blaze acts as demonic warden down below, fellow Ghost Rider Danny Ketch is tasked with collecting souls above. How
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William Shatner and Jerry Ryan Battle Demons in Trailer For Devil's Revenge

I’ve got a wild trailer here for you to watch for a supernatural horror action thriller called Devil’s Revenge. The film stars William Shatner, who was the original writer of the script, but the final script is credited to Maurice Hurley (Star Trek: The Next Generation).

The movie follows a down-on-his-luck archaeologist, played by Jason Brooks, who “returns from a cave expedition that contains a cursed relic that’s also a portal to Hell.” In the process he curses his family and the only way to stop the curse is to go back to the cave and destroy the relic.

So, Shatner, Jerry Ryan, and others join him on his journey and they end up battling some horrific demons from hell. This looks like a completely silly film, but it also could be fun to watch. Watch the trailer below and let us know if it’s something
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William Shatner in Portal to Hell Horror Film 'Devil's Revenge' Trailer

"I gotta get rid of this curse against our family, otherwise we're never going to be out of danger." An official trailer for an indie low budget horror tilted Devil's Revenge has debuted, which was (apparently) originally written by William Shatner. The final script is credited to Maurice Hurley. This is made by a director who has been making Asylum films for a while, and it definitely has that awful straight-to-bargain-bin look and feel. An archaeologist returns from a cave expedition that contains a cursed relic that's also a portal to Hell. He discovers that the only way to stop the curse on his family is to go back to the cave and destroy the relic. This has some crazy monsters in it, and lots of bad acting. Starring Jeri Ryan, William Shatner, Ciara Hanna, Jason Brooks, Robert Scott Wilson, and Michael Yahn. Take a look below. Here's the official
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William Shatner Celebrates Star Trek On Its 53rd Anniversary

It’s Star Trek day, everyone! September 8th marks 53 years to the day that the original 1966 sci-fi series from the mind of Gene Roddenberry first arrived on our screens, kicking off an immortal franchise in the process. Fans are naturally flocking to social media today to celebrate the anniversary of the day the journey began and one of those of is James Tiberius Kirk himself, William Shatner.

The Tos star took to Twitter to share a short birthday message on Trek‘s 53rd anniversary. Along with that, he posted a snap from the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise, featuring himself as Kirk in the captain’s chair as ever.

Happy Anniversary @StarTrek (1966-2019) pic.twitter.com/wzNIuMVMcG

— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) September 8, 2019

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Alec Baldwin Gets Burned By Robert De Niro At Comedy Central Roast

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The temperature was unusually high in the Saban Theatre Saturday night, and the jokes were sizzling too. On center stage was Comedy Central’s latest roast-ee, Alec Baldwin, for tonight’s taping of the Roast of Alec Baldwin.

Since all of the evening’s roasters were also fair game for hard-jabbing punch lines, a round of applause for bravery should go to host Sean Hayes and roasters Ken Jeong, Chris Redd, Jeff Ross (also a co-executive producer of the roast), Blake Griffin, Nikki Glaser, Robert De Niro, Caitlyn Jenner, Adam Carolla and Caroline Rhea.

Glaser, who took plenty of hits for her two-left-feet turn as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars,” offered mock delight at getting the chance to meet “Justin Bieber’s wife’s oldest, fattest uncle.”

Special kudos to De Niro, because, as Hayes pointed out at the top of the show, the Hollywood legend was “the
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Fathom Events and Paramount Pictures to Bring Star Trek: The Motion Picture Back to Theaters for 40th Anniversary Celebration

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In addition to marking 40 years since Ridley Scott's Alien was released in theaters, this year is also home to the 40th anniversary of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, and before it officially celebrates four decades since its wide theatrical release on December 8th, Fathom Events and Paramount Pictures are bringing the Enterprise and its crew back to the big screen on September 15th and 18th:

Press Release: Denver – In 1979, the Starship Enterprise flew its very first big-screen mission in “Star Trek—The Motion Picture,” and to mark the film’s 40th anniversary, Fathom Events and Paramount Pictures will bring this awe-inspiring adventure back to movie theaters for two days only, on September 15 and 18.

Tickets to “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” are available beginning Friday, August 2, at www.FathomEvents.com or participating theater box offices.

In its first nationwide cinema release since the film premiered in December 1979, the original theatrical
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Kyle Richards is really eager to get terrorized by Michael Myers again in Halloween Kills

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Earlier this week, we reported that Anthony Michael Hall would be appearing in the upcoming Halloween reboot sequel Halloween Kills as a grown-up Tommy Doyle, a.k.a. the kid that Jamie Lee Curtis was trying to babysit when some jerk in a William Shatner mask that it would be fun to try and stab everyone. Now, it looks…
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Ed Asner, William Shatner and More Remember Valerie Harper: ‘A Wonderful Actress, a Great Friend’

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Ed Asner, William Shatner and More Remember Valerie Harper: ‘A Wonderful Actress, a Great Friend’
Friends and peers paid tribute to Valerie Harper Friday following the news of her death following a six-year battle with brain cancer.

“A beautiful woman, a wonderful actress, a great friend and with balls bigger than mine. Her brilliance burst through and shined its light upon all of us,” Ed Asner, her co-star on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” tweeted Friday. “Goodnight beautiful. I’ll see you soon.”

The 80-year-old actress was best known for portraying Rhoda Morgenstern, Mary Richards’ witty, edgy and loving neighbor on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” in the early 1970s before her “Rhoda” spinoff which ran from 1974 to 1978. From 1986 to ’87, her sitcom “Valerie” (later titled “Valerie’s Family” and “The Hogan Family”) aired on NBC. In addition, Harper appeared in more than a dozen feature films and won four Emmy Awards and was nominated for a Tony Award for her role as Tallulah Bankhead in “Looped.
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Hollywood Remembers Valerie Harper: “Honest And Hugely Funny”

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Hollywood Remembers Valerie Harper: “Honest And Hugely Funny”
Hollywood is mourning the loss of Valerie Harper, the four-time Emmy winner who played Rhoda Morgenstern first on The Mary Tyler Moore Show then its 1974 spinoff Rhoda. The actress, who died today at 80, is being remembered for her strength and good humor in the face of illness.

Harper had a total of eight consecutive Emmy nominations for playing Rhoda — four on Mary Tyler Moore from 1971-74 and four for the spin-off from 1975-78, She also won a Golden Globe for Rhoda — the same year was was nominated for Most Promising Newcomer – Female for the film Freebie and the Bean.

Harper also starred for two seasons in the NBC sitcom Valerie, which continued to run as The Hogan Family after she left in 1987.

Writer/director Mike O’Malley remembered Harper fondly. “Valerie Harper was a wonderful actor,” O’Malley said. “She was, as so many comic actors are, so much more than just funny.
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