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Did Supergirl's Potus Get Trump'd? Was Once Witch a 'What?' The Most Overplayed Phone Ad? And More Qs!

Did Supergirl's Potus Get Trump'd? Was Once Witch a 'What?' The Most Overplayed Phone Ad? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Outlander, The Walking Dead, Dancing With the Stars and Supernatural!

1 | Did Once Upon a Time‘s dramatic reveal of… some new witch… fall completely flat? Like, if she is (as some have speculated) Mother Gothel, why not say so and at least give us that “Oh…” moment?

RelatedMatt’s Inside Line: Get Scoop on Once Upon a Time, Hawaii Five-0 and More

2 | Given the major tease during Jane the Virgin‘s Oct. 20 episode,
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Lethal Weapon Season 2: Ep Teases Riggs' Mexico Mission, Murtaugh Milestone, Hilarie Burton's Return

Lethal Weapon Season 2: Ep Teases Riggs' Mexico Mission, Murtaugh Milestone, Hilarie Burton's Return
Lethal Weapon‘s sophomore season opens in Mexico, because what would TV’s best partnership be without a little bromantic getaway?

“When we left the show, Riggs is headed down to Mexico to try to avenge his wife’s death with the head of the cartel, Tito Flores,” executive producer Matt Miller recaps for TVLine. “Murtaugh goes down to Mexico to try to pull him off the cliff, or pull him back from that.”

RelatedFall TV Schedule 2017: What’s on When? And Versus What?

But the older cop isn’t having much luck at the start of Tuesday’s season premiere (Fox,
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Pretty Little Liars Recap: End Game On

Pretty Little Liars Recap: End Game On
Did anyone else scream “Jumanji!” during Tuesday’s Pretty Little Liars premiere? … Oh, just me then?

RelatedPretty Little Liars Stars Talk ‘Really Sexy, Very Bloody’ Final 10 Episodes

After nine long months — you know, the same amount of time it takes to fully cook a child in the womb, or so I’ve read — Freeform’s crown jewel returned to kick off its final run. And the hour began with a special gift for the Liars: an inconceivably detailed board game, complete with a miniature replica of Rosewood and a piece representing each girl.

Spencer was the first to officially
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7 Films New to Netflix to Watch in January 2017, Including ‘E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial’ and ‘Boogie Nights’

7 Films New to Netflix to Watch in January 2017, Including ‘E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial’ and ‘Boogie Nights’
Next month, Netflix offers up a giant selection of films — modern to classic, animated to live action, Oscar winners and indie favorites — and we’ve picked seven that you should watch as soon as they’re available on the streaming service, either for the first time or as part of a nostalgic binge. Enjoy.

1. “Boogie Nights” (available January 1)

Mark Wahlberg, Julianne Moore and Burt Reynolds star in Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1997 comedy about a young man who gets into the California porn industry in the late 1970’s and ‘80s. The film was nominated for three Oscars: Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Screenplay.

2. “Braveheart” (available January 1)

Winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Director, the Mel Gibson-starring drama follows William Wallace’s revolt against King Edward I of England after his secret bride is executed for assaulting an English soldier who tried to rape her.
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Key West Film Festival Announces Full Lineup, Including ‘Manchester by the Sea,’ ’20th Century Women’ and More

Key West Film Festival Announces Full Lineup, Including ‘Manchester by the Sea,’ ’20th Century Women’ and More
The 5th Annual Key West Film Festival has announced its official 2016 lineup, including the opening night film, “20th Century Women,” directed by Mike Mills and starring Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, Greta Gerwig and Billy Crudup. As part of the festival’s signature Critics Focus program, MTV’s Chief Film Critic Amy Nicholson will present and lead a conversation around the film, alongside David Fear, Senior Film/TV Editor of Rolling Stone.

Director of Programming Michael Tuckman said of Nicholson’s pick, “I could not be more thrilled with Amy Nicholson’s choice of ’20th Century Women’ to kick off our 5th Anniversary edition of festival. Annette Bening’s performance is Oscar-deserving and the rich depth of the balance of the leading cast is Altman-esque in its quality. Amy’s discussion after the film will bring a cunning critic’s eye to this fabulous film for audiences.”

Read More: ’20th Century
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Harshvardhan Rane and Vicky Kaushal to feature in Bejoy Nambiars remake of Mani Ratnams Agni Natchathiram

Harshvardhan Rane and Vicky Kaushal to feature in Bejoy Nambiars remake of Mani Ratnams Agni Natchathiram
Mani Ratnam's 1988 melodrama Tamil melodrama Agni Natchathiram is now being remade into Hindi by one of his most ardent disciples Bejoy Nambiar. Nambiar has been closely associated with Mani Ratnam and has assisted him on several of his films. When Bejoy made his directorial debut with Shaitaan, Mani Ratnam went out of his way to support his protege. It therefore comes as no surprise to know that Bejoy will now remake a Mani Ratnam film. However the fact that Agni Natchathiram has already been re-made into Hindi does make Bejoy's aspirations somewhat redundant. Mani's film was remade in 1992 as Vansh with Siddharth Ray and Sudesh Berry cast as two warring step brothers. The film directed by action director Pappu Varma was a stunted stilted stiff and vapid remake of Mani's film. It bombed. Bejoy's film will star Harshvardhan Rane and Vicky Kaushal as the step brothers. When I asked
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Once Upon a Time: Colin O'Donoghue Weighs In on Dark Hook's 'Maniacal' Mission, Playing a 'Polarizing' Pirate

Once Upon a Time‘s newly minted Dark One is on a mission — and he’s enlisted a boatload of shady friends to help him.

RelatedOnce Upon a Time Recap: Hook’s Very Dark Plan Is Revealed

Infused with the Darkness against his will, as the result of Emma’s desperate bid to save his life, Captain Hook is none too happy, save for relishing the savory prospect of using his new powers to avenge long-ago love Milah once and for all, by vanquishing Rumplestiltskin. To that end, after having lost Round 2 to the “Crocodile,” Hook tapped into a Storybrooke
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Ratings: Family Guy Rebounds From Series Low, Last Man on Earth Rises

Ratings: Family Guy Rebounds From Series Low, Last Man on Earth Rises
Fox’s Family Guy this Sunday drew 2.9 million total viewers and a 1.4 rating, ticking up in both audience and versus last week’s series low demo.

Opening Fox’s lineup, Bob’s Burgers (2.3 mil/1.0) was down sharply. Leading out of a Simpsons rerun, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2.7 mil/1.3) added a tenth. Last Man on Earth (2.8 mil/1.2) gained two tenths.

VideosFamily Guy Recreates Cosby Show Intro ‘Knowing What We Know Now’

Elsewhere in the ratings….

ABC | Once Upon a Time’s opening hour did 5 mil and a 1.6, adding a few eyeballs versus last week while steady in the demo. The Adventures of Merida,
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Limitless Taps Desmond Harrington for Dexter Reunion With Jennifer Carpenter

Limitless Taps Desmond Harrington for Dexter Reunion With Jennifer Carpenter
Reunited, and it feels so… Limitless.

Desmond Harrington will once again share a screen with former Dexter co-star Jennifer Carpenter when he guest stars on an episode of the upcoming CBS drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

VideosNew Limitless Promo Hints at Hero’s Many Mad, Nzt-Enhanced Skills

Premiering Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 10/9c, Limitless is a continuation of the 2011 Bradley Cooper movie about Nzt, a mysterious pill that enables a person to use 100 percent of their brain power.

Last seen on ABC’s The Astronaut Wives Club, Harrington will play Special Agent Casey Rooks, the man assigned to train Brian
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Mare dies on set of Sanjay Leela Bhansalis Bajirao Mastaani

Mare dies on set of Sanjay Leela Bhansalis Bajirao Mastaani
Before every film in Bollywood, there comes a disclaimer stating 'No animals were harmed during the shooting of the film'. In all possibilities, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's upcoming magnum opus Bajirao Mastaani won't be having the same before the start of the film.

The reason? Well, even though it was unintentional, a mare passed away during the shoot of the film. As per news reports, the deceased mare was unwell and undergoing medical treatment when it passed away by colliding with a horse amidst of a shoot. Speaking about the death of the mare, its owner Pappu Varma said that the mare died a natural death by falling sick. He added that the production unit was really taking utmost care of the animals. The unit even had cancelled their half day's shoot after the mare's death.

Bajirao Mastani is a historic period drama based during the Maratha era and hence
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Revenge Recap: Is [Spoiler] Dead? Plus: Let's Discuss That Tragic Kiss

Revenge Recap: Is [Spoiler] Dead? Plus: Let's Discuss That Tragic Kiss
If you thought Revenge was going to take things slow following the death of Malcolm Black, you clearly don’t know this show very well. Sunday’s episode — the last new hour until March 8, if you can believe it — reminded us just how chaotic life in the Hamptons can be, even without a psychotic killer on the loose.

Let’s start with Nolan and Louise’s wedding reception, an appropriately over-the-top affair which was nearly derailed when Emily used an ancient Japanese trick (or whatever) to help Louise remember she did kill her father, just as “Penelope Dreadful” revealed in last week’s episode.
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Revenge Sneak Peek: David Reveals His Twisted New Plan to Kill Victoria

Operation: Murder Victoria Grayson is officially back on schedule.

In this exclusive clip from Sunday’s Revenge (ABC, 10/9c), David Clarke spells out the who, what, where and when — we know the why — of his plan to off Victoria, which is a lot more information than Emily is expecting when she questions her father about last week’s revelation.

“I’m not inhuman,” David tells his daughter. “Seeing her mourn Daniel gave me pause, but that doesn’t erase what she’s done.”

Papa Clarke is not playing around anymore.

Hit Play on the preview clip above, then drop a
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Revenge Recap: Emily Thorne and the Chamber of Secrets

Revenge Recap: Emily Thorne and the Chamber of Secrets
While Victoria “Sleeping Beauty” Grayson rested sweetly in her hospital bed on Sunday’s Revenge, Emily and Papa Clarke played a riveting game of Two Truths and a Lie.

Related Revenge‘s James Tupper on David’s Plan to Unite Team Clarke, Battle With Victoria and ‘Never’ Shave His Beard

Truth No. 1: David will always love Emily! Despite the fact that he “didn’t ask” her to seek revenge and clear his name, David assured Emily — actually, make that Amanda — that she’ll always be his daughter. Granted, he was in a pretty thankful mood after she saved him
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Movie Review – Chungking Express (1994)

Chungking Express, 1994.

Directed by Wong Kar Wai.

Starring Tony Leung, Faye Wong, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Brigette Lin.

Synopsis:

Two stories reveal the love lives of two different policemen who struggle to find love in Hong Kong.

Considered one of the greatest films of the 2000’s, Wong Kar Wai’s In the Mood for Love is a romantic and sensual cinematic masterpiece. Chungking Express, released six years prior, still holds the sensitivity and patience of In the Mood for Love but enjoys a more playful, youthful tone. Both are playing at the BFI Southbank as part of the A Century of Chinese Cinema season throughout September and October. Akin to Kar Wai’s 2000 delight, Chungking Express frames dual narratives (of love and cops) within the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. A set of moody, tender stories, Chungking Express demonstrates how, behind their stern exterior, men of the law can hold deeply fragile hearts.
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‘The Originals’ Recap: Klaus’ New Enemy Threatens His Power

A most unwelcome face from Klaus’ past returns to New Orleans to raise a little (more) hell.

Terror, thy name is Papa Tunde! The Big Easy’s new big bad reared his not-so-ugly head on the Jan. 28 episode of The Originals, and no vampire was safe from his sacrificial wrath — least of all Rebekah (Claire Holt), who temporarily had her powers sucked out by the well-dressed warlock.

But wait, did I refer to Papa Tunde as the new big bad? What I meant to say was that Papa Tunde, with his ability to suck out vampires’ powers, was merely a pawn in Celeste’s (Shannon Kane) ultimate plot to claim New Orleans for herself. The final scene of the episode found her slitting P.T.’s throat, absorbing the powers of all the fallen supernatural creatures.

In other words, everybody’s screwed. Like, even more so than we already thought.
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‘Scandal’ Recap: Olivia’s New Case Blows Up In Her Face

First of all, that headline totally rhymes. Also, I’m ready to declare this the best episode of season three — if not the series to date.

Good news: Pope and Associates finally secured a new client on the Oct. 17 episode of Scandal. Bad news: Their client, Mary Nesbitt, strapped a bomb to her chest and held a room full of people hostage at the White House — including Olivia (Kerry Washington), who was accused of being a “terrorist.”

All Mary wanted was to prove that her slain son, a suspected terrorist killed by the FBI, was actually innocent; and when no one would give her the time of day, she resorted to Plan Bomb. Through a series of favors — thank you, David (Joshua Malina)! — the truth was revealed to Liv, even if it wasn’t what she wanted to hear.

It turns out Mary’s son wasn’t a terrorist,
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In conversation with Varun Dhawan

He’s sporting a perpetual grin of late and he has all the right reasons to. Dressed in formals teamed with loafers, Varun Dhawan is much more relaxed than the last time we met, during the release of Soty. He’s just walked off-stage after winning the Debutant award for ‘Student of the Year’ sharing it with co-star Sidharth Malhotra. ‘Three months already? Time really does fly fast when you’re having fun’, he states flatly. He’s completed the last of his awards commitments and is gearing to return back to his shooting schedules beginning with home-ground, Papa Dhawan directed next. We catch him in a quick chat about awards, Being Dhawan, Twitter and life after Soty.

On winning his first Debutant award

Yes, it’s very exciting and that it’s for Soty, sharing it with Sid makes it all the more special. (Clutches and gazes lovingly at the award) Your first movie,
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Revenge Recap: A Return to Red-Sharpied Form

I spent my holiday break kneeling at the altar of St. Frank the Bludgeoned and imploring him that, in the new year, Revenge would show us even a sliver of its former pluck. Well, hallelujah, because those prayers were answered with this week’s episode. Emily and Victoria are in cahoots! Aiden is jealous of Daniel! Jack is in jail! Best of all, the red Sharpie is back! Let’s take a look at what went down in “Power.”

Related | Revenge Boss Reveals Plans to ‘Solidify’ Victoria as a Villain and Clarify The Initiative’s Big Plan

Mama’S Meddling
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March preview-stars birthday and upcoming movies

March preview-stars birthday and upcoming movies
01 March Amit Khanna Indrani Mukherjee 02 March Gulshan Rai Anandji Pappu Verma Raageswari 04 March Dina Pathak 05 March Uday Chopra 06 March Grusha Kapoor 07 March Anupam Kher 10 March Roma Manik 11 March Sujata Mehta 12 March Javed Khan Falguni Pathak 13 March Jeet Upendra Sudhir Mattu 14 March Sanjay Khanna Aamir Khan 15 March Iila Arun 17 March Jagdish Rai 18 March Shashi Kapoor Chitra Singh Alisha Chinai Anil Nagrath Meenakshi Thakur 19 March Sandhya Rao Tanushree Dutta 20 March Kangana Ranaut Alka Yagnik Akshay Khanna 21 March Rani Mukherjee 23 March Arman Kohli Romesh Patel Kangana Ranaut Sarang Dev 2...
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Hrithik injured on the sets of .Agneepath., rushed to hospital

Karan Johar.s ambitious project is taking a heavy toll on its lead actor. Hrithik Roshan, who is essaying the iconic character of Vijay Dinanath Chauhan injured his back while shooting for an action sequence and was taken to the Breach Candy hospital in Mumbai for treatment.Talking to a tabloid, an eye-witness said, .The actor entered the hospital, visibly in a lot of pain. The doctors attended to him almost immediately..Reportedly, the hunk underwent Mri (Magnetic Resonance Imaging).The film produced by Dharma productions is being directed by Karan Malhotra. KJo has put the film on hold as his lead actor has been advised complete bed rest for a minimum of a fortnight.Explaining how Hrithik injured his back, a source said, .Hrithik was supposed to lift a burly fighter, who weighs nearly 110 kg during the Agneepath shoot.This is a very important scene in the film. Perhaps
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