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Shout Select Reveals Final Bonus Features for Collector’s Edition Blu-ray of Joe Dante’s Matinee

  • DailyDead
John Goodman channels his inner William Castle to put on the ultimate creature feature screening in Joe Dante's Matinee, and ahead of the film's Collector's Edition Blu-ray release from Shout Select in January, the final list of bonus features have been revealed, including a new interview with Dante and much more:

From Shout Select: "We are very happy to announce the final list of bonus features for Matinee (Collector's Edition), out January 9! Pre-order now at: http://bit.ly/2iphWEt

- New "Master of the Matinee" – interview with director Joe Dante

- New "The Leading Lady" – an interview with Cathy Moriarty

- New "MANTastic!" The Making of a Mant

- New "Out of the Bunker" – an interview with actress Lisa Jakub

- New "Making a Monster Theatre" – an interview with production designer Steven Legler

- New "The Monster Mix" - an interview with editor Marshall Harvey

- New "Lights! Camera!
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Everything You Need to Know About the 2017 American Music Awards

Everything You Need to Know About the 2017 American Music Awards
Anything can happen at the American Music Awards — from the star-studded collaboration of “We Are The World” in 1986 to Garth Brooks literally rejecting the award for artist of the year in 1996 — and this year is no exception.

The 45th edition of the AMAs will broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 8 p.m. Et on ABC. But before the show starts, you need a run-down of what to expect on the big night.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Who’s Hosting?

The awards show will be a family affair, with Tracee Ellis Ross
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New ‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Storyline Teasers Revealed For November 10,2017 Episode

  • OnTheFlix
Hey, "Bold And The Beautiful" fans. Today's November 9,2017 episode really delivered some very interesting storylines. We can see that Bill definitely has his eyes on Steffy after really admiring how understanding she has been towards him through all of this madness. And I don't know about you guys, but it seems like Liam might really be falling for Sally if he's willing to go ahead and tell Steffy he kissed her. He might subconsciously be looking to sabotage his marriage or he's just dumb as hell. It's one or the other. We're definitely sure about that. As for tomorrow's November 10,2017 episode, CBS recently revealed some pretty interesting-sounding storyline teasers for it. Well, at least one of them is. The other sounds like a total rerun of stuff we've already seen. The first teaser reveals that Steffy will be doing the same thing she's been doing for the past two or so months.
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Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Is Bringing On A New Female Guest

  • OnTheFlix
Hey, "Grey's Anatomy" fans. We've got some very interesting new casting news for you guys in regards to this current season 14. Recently, the folks over at Entertainment Weekly put out a new article revealing that the show has hired former"One Tree Hill" actress Bethany Joy Lenz. If any of you were "One Tree Hill" fans, you'll remember her as the one who played character Haley James Scott on that show. Entertainment Weekly pointed out that this new casting comes just after they got rid of season regular Martin Henderson aka Dr. Nathan Riggs. Bethany is scheduled to just be a guest character on Grey's Anatomy. So, it doesn't sound like she'll be sticking around for long. She might come in and do an arc that spans a few episodes and then head out. But, who knows? Anything can happen. She might stick around the whole season if they decide its better for the show.
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‘The Square’ Director Ruben Östlund Wants to Push Cultural Boundaries, But Won’t Read Any Scripts With Killing

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‘The Square’ Director Ruben Östlund Wants to Push Cultural Boundaries, But Won’t Read Any Scripts With Killing
“Revenge!” cried Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund as he recalled winning the Cannes Palme d’Or for “The Square” (Magnolia) last May. While the red-haired provocateur has an impish sense of humor —one early DVD touted “the best Swedish movie of the year” on the back cover, and on the inside, “the worst Swedish movie of the year” — his films steer audiences into uncomfortable places, forcing them to look at themselves in unflattering close-up.

That’s why Östlund is used to fielding a range of reactions to his movies. “It’s pointless if I communicate something and everyone agrees,” he told IndieWire. “Since my first movie, I have been dealing with ‘provoke food.'” (That’s Östlund for “food for thought.”)

However, he has his limits. ”I never kill any of the characters in my film,” he said. “I had to say to Wme, my agents who are sending me scripts:
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‘The Square’ Director Ruben Östlund Wants to Push Cultural Boundaries, But Won’t Read Any Scripts With Killing

‘The Square’ Director Ruben Östlund Wants to Push Cultural Boundaries, But Won’t Read Any Scripts With Killing
“Revenge!” cried Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund as he recalled winning the Cannes Palme d’Or for “The Square” (Magnolia) last May. While the red-haired provocateur has an impish sense of humor —one early DVD touted “the best Swedish movie of the year” on the back cover, and on the inside, “the worst Swedish movie of the year” — his films steer audiences into uncomfortable places, forcing them to look at themselves in unflattering close-up.

That’s why Östlund is used to fielding a range of reactions to his movies. “It’s pointless if I communicate something and everyone agrees,” he told IndieWire. “Since my first movie, I have been dealing with ‘provoke food.'” (That’s Östlund for “food for thought.”)

However, he has his limits. ”I never kill any of the characters in my film,” he said. “I had to say to WME, my agents who are sending me scripts:
See full article at Thompson on Hollywood »

Grey's Anatomy's Kevin McKidd Hints at What It Means for Owen and Amelia to Stop and 'Press the Reset Button'

Grey's Anatomy's Kevin McKidd Hints at What It Means for Owen and Amelia to Stop and 'Press the Reset Button'
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy.

Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy wasn’t just a biggie for Nathan and Megan, who began their new life together with Farouk in Malibu. It was also huge for Owen, who not only ended his marriage to Amelia but loosened his vise-like grip on his plans for the future. All of a sudden, he’s free — and so, in a way, is portrayer Kevin McKidd, who tells TVLine, “I’m having a lot of fun getting to play that side of Owen.

RelatedGrey’s Anatomy Shocker: Martin Henderson Exits
See full article at TVLine.com »

Robert Cuccioli, Jill Paice, and More Join Anything Can Happen In The Theatre at The Triad

From the mind of Gerard Alessandrini -- the award-winning creator of the theatrical legend Forbidden Broadway and the recent hit Spamilton -- comes a thrilling new nightclub presentation, Anything Can Happen in the Theatre The Songs of Maury Yeston for 12 nights only October 4th through October 21st
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Robert Cucciolo, Jill Paice, and More Join Anything Can Happen In The Theatre at The Triad

From the mind of Gerard Alessandrini -- the award-winning creator of the theatrical legend Forbidden Broadway and the recent hit Spamilton -- comes a thrilling new nightclub presentation, Anything Can Happen in the Theatre The Songs of Maury Yeston for 12 nights only October 4th through October 21st
See full article at BroadwayWorld.com »

‘Sleepless’ Blu-ray Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Jamie Foxx, Michelle Monaghan, Scoot McNairy, David Harbour, Dermot Mulroney | Written by Andrea Berloff | Directed by Baran bo Odar

The English-language debut of Swiss director Baran bo Odar delivers nothing of what we want, namely: half-decent action, interesting characters, witty writing, or surprising plot deviations.

Jamie Foxx plays Vegas cop Vincent Downs, whom we first meet in the throes of a violent robbery. He’s stealing a whole bunch of cocaine, which belongs to a casino owner named Rubino (Dermot Mulroney). Problem is, Rubino himself owes it to fearsome gangster Novak (Scoot McNairy), who in turn is in thrall to his megalomaniac father.

After his son is kidnapped by Rubino’s thugs, Downs tries to return the drugs. But he is confounded by Internal Affairs partners Bryant (Michelle Monaghan) and Dennison (David Harbour); suspecting corruption, they step in to disrupt the deal. But in doing so they instigate a sleepless night of fighting,
See full article at Nerdly »

Shay Mitchell Jokes Her Mom Used to 'Threaten' Her to Cough Up Pretty Little Liars Spoilers

Shay Mitchell Jokes Her Mom Used to 'Threaten' Her to Cough Up Pretty Little Liars Spoilers
There’s no friends and family deal when it comes to Pretty Little Liars plot secrets.

Star Shay Mitchell – who has portrayed tormented high schooler Emily Fields since 2010 – tells People that after all these years, she doesn’t even spill secrets about the series’ infamous twists and turns to her relatives.

“My mom is always trying to guess what’s happening and she threatens me a lot of the time if I don’t tell her what’s going to happen,” says Mitchell, laughing. “I never do!”

The 30-year-old – who hosted the Stella Artois Braderie at New York City’s
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A Dog Hilariously Unexpectedly Pops Up During Live Broadcast In Russia

Anything can happen on live TV, as an unexpected guest proved during a local Russian newscast. A friendly dog apparently wanted a little airtime, startling news anchor Ilona Linarte before stealing the show. Related: News Anchor Caught Daydreaming During Live TV Broadcast, And Her Reaction Is Hysterical In the video the “Today” show posted on Wednesday, a […]
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Monkey business in Cannes by Richard Mowe

Directorn Ruben Östlund and actor Claes Bang in Cannes for the premiere of The Square Photo: Richard Mowe

One of the more eye-popping scenes in Ruben Östlund’s new film The Square occurs when a monkey strolls around the apartment belonging to Elisabeth Moss’s character and proceeds to start using her make-up before being discreetly shut out of an intimate bed scene.

The Square director Ruben Östlund Photo: Richard Mowe

So why the monkey, which is never explained in the film? In his encounter with the media today (20 May), Östlund was in jocular mood, saying “Anything can happen in a movie when suddenly a monkey puts in appearance in an apartment. In any case I love monkeys and I think that human beings love looking at monkeys because we are reflecting ourselves looking at them.”

Warming to his theme he added: “Everything should have a monkey in it.” Moss
See full article at eyeforfilm.co.uk »

Exclusive: Priyanka Chopra tells us she’s heard ‘unofficially’ that Quantico has been renewed for a third season

Author: Scott Davis

Welcome to Baywatch! Last night on a hot and sun-drenched Miami evening we were lucky enough to be invited to the global premiere of Baywatch, the long-awaited big screen version of the classic television series.

All the stars of the film were in attendance last night, including Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach and, as the film’s villainous Victoria Leeds, Quantico star Priyanka Chopra.

While the star was keen to discuss the film and how much fun it was to make, we couldn’t go without asking about her hit show Quantico, and whether it was getting renewed for a third season. It’s the time of year when the Us networks decide whether or not to continue with their shows and Quantico still hasn’t had the official word – though Chopra said that she remains hopeful. In fact, she said a little more than that…
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‘Sleepless’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Jamie Foxx, Michelle Monaghan, Scoot McNairy, David Harbour, Dermot Mulroney | Written by Andrea Berloff | Directed by Baran bo Odar

The English-language debut of Swiss director Baran bo Odar delivers nothing of what we want, namely: half-decent action, interesting characters, witty writing, or surprising plot deviations.

Jamie Foxx plays Vegas cop Vincent Downs, whom we first meet in the throes of a violent robbery. He’s stealing a whole bunch of cocaine, which belongs to a casino owner named Rubino (Dermot Mulroney). Problem is, Rubino himself owes it to fearsome gangster Novak (Scoot McNairy), who in turn is in thrall to his megalomaniac father.

After his son is kidnapped by Rubino’s thugs, Downs tries to return the drugs. But he is confounded by Internal Affairs partners Bryant (Michelle Monaghan) and Dennison (David Harbour); suspecting corruption, they step in to disrupt the deal. But in doing so they instigate a sleepless night of fighting,
See full article at Nerdly »

Exclusive: Gwen Stefani Admits 'I Still Get Nervous' Before Live Performances

Exclusive: Gwen Stefani Admits 'I Still Get Nervous' Before Live Performances
Even pop-rock goddess Gwen Stefani still gets the pre-show jitters!

The "Misery" singer tells Et that she can certainly relate to her Team Gwen artists on The Voice as they continue live elimination rounds on the show.

"It's been all these years and I still, when I do live music ... I still get nervous. It's crazy," she said. "Anything can happen, you know? It's that adrenaline. It's amazing, I love it. I get the beating heart, you know what I mean? I can't imagine what they [the artists] feel like."

"They're probably petrified," Adam Levine chimed in.

In a paired interview ahead of Tuesday's broadcast, Stefani and Levine revealed whether it's luck or science that leads to victory on the show.

"Science has nothing to do with it, I assure you that," Levine quipped. "We just have fun. Everyone always asks if it's real and if we really, you know, if the things we say are pre-meditated or scripted
See full article at Entertainment Tonight »

‘Fargo’ Review: Season 3 Remains a Masterful Midwestern Drama, But You’ll See It in a Terrifying New Light

‘Fargo’ Review: Season 3 Remains a Masterful Midwestern Drama, But You’ll See It in a Terrifying New Light
This much we know after two years in Minnesota: Choosing to embark on a new season of “Fargo” is akin to inviting tragedy unto yourself. Each year, the opening disclaimer originated by the Coen Brothers in their 1996 film promises bodies: “This is a true story… At the request of the survivors… Out of respect for the dead…” And each year we’ve come to love and lose characters within a very short amount of time. You know what you’re getting yourself into, even if — like the UFOs in Season 2 — you can never predict exactly what you’ll see.

Read More: ‘Archer Dreamland’ Review: Season 8 Goes Full Film Noir in Big Gamble That’s Already Paying Off

As Season 3 begins, what’s oft-referred to as a black comedy, midwestern drama, or anthology crime story, feels better suited for another genre:

Horror.

Going in, you know any number of the
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The Flash season 3 episode 17 review: Duet

Mike Cecchini Mar 22, 2017

The long awaited Flash and Supergirl musical episode is here!

This review contains spoilers.

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3.17 Duet

I hate musicals. I never watched Glee. I only thought Once More With Feeling was okay. I like Crazy Ex-Girlfriend in theory but haven't watched since midway through the first season. I fell asleep trying to watch La La Land and the odds of me giving it another chance are directly proportional to whether or not my parents want to watch it when I'm visiting them. Needless to say, I'm not the target audience for Duet.

And, I mean, it's cool if you are. It's just that despite the countless hours that I, too, spent as a child watching musicals with my parents, it's the one piece
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Inside 'Raw': How a Female Filmmaker Made a New Body-Horror Classic

Inside 'Raw': How a Female Filmmaker Made a New Body-Horror Classic
Julia Ducournau never asked for this. When the now-33-year-old French writer-director was plotting out her feature debut, she wanted to make a movie that spoke frankly about a woman's place in the world. "Female bodies portrayed on our screens and in our society [are] always either sexualized to please men or glamorized to set expectations for women," she says, her voice quickening on the phone. "No one can relate to that — we are only building up fantasies about the female body.

"I wanted to present another option," Ducournau adds. "A body that sweats,
See full article at Rolling Stone »
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