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Chicago Pd, Svu, Criminal Minds, Seal Team: Networks Pull Episodes Due to World Series

Blame it on baseball. Today, both NBC and CBS announced they will be pulling new episodes of Chicago Pd, Law & Order: Svu, Criminal Minds, and Seal Team because of the World Series.Instead of new episodes, NBC will be airing a repeat of the Law & Order: Svu episode "Gone Fishin'" tonight, November 1st, at 9 p.m. Et/Pt and a repeat of the Chicago Pd episode "Reform" at 10 p.m. Et/Pt.Read More…
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Svu, Chicago P.D. Originals Won't Air Versus Tonight's World Series Game 7

Svu, Chicago P.D. Originals Won't Air Versus Tonight's World Series Game 7
NBC has benched tonight’s new episodes of Law & Order: Svu and Chicago P.D., lest they go up against Fox’s sure to be well-watched coverage of the World Series Game 7.

The Blacklist however will air a fresh episode as planned.

The decision comes hours after CBS made a similar call, holding back new episodes of Seal Team and Criminal Minds.

Related What to Watch Wednesday: World Series Game 7, Modern FamilyAnniversary and More

Both Games 5 and 6 of the Astros/Dodgers’ Fall Classic flirted with 19 million total viewers. As such, Wednesday’s final showdown is scientifically projected to deliver “a whole lotta viewers.
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Chris Pratt Goes Fishing with Son

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It doesn't get a whole lot cuter ... Chris Pratt put up his "Gone Fishing" sign on his trailer where he's filming "Jurassic World 2" for an outing with his son. Chris showed his casting skills in Honolulu Monday as 4-year-old Jack watched attentively. Chris is a well-known hunter but this time around he happily walked away from the stream empty-handed. The "Guardians of the Galaxy" star reeled in a small barracuda, which he quickly released. The
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Moana Surfs for Digital HD Feb. 21, Disc March 7

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Burbank, Calif., Jan. 13, 2017 — Walt Disney Animation StudiosMoana, the sweeping story of a spirited teenager who sets sail on a daring adventure to save her people, starring newcomer Auli‘i Cravalho as the voice of brave and tenacious Moana and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (HBO’s Ballers, Central Intelligence) as the larger-than-life demigod Maui, has dazzled both critics and audiences. The film earned a 95% critics’ consensus on Rotten Tomatoes and the No. 1 spot at the domestic box office opening weekend. Now, Moana sets a new course, arriving to homes on Digital HD/3D and Disney Movies Anywhere (Dma) on Feb. 21, and on Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand on March 7.

Continuing the fun-filled adventure, families can continue their journey filled with hours of extensive and entertaining bonus offerings including: a new, hilarious mini-movie featuring Moana and Maui; an in-depth look at how the people, cultures and heritage of
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The early screenplays of Jj Abrams

Mark Harrison Sep 13, 2016

Before he hit big with Star Wars and Star Trek, Jj Abrams was penning films such as Forever Young, Regarding Henry and Armageddon...

Jj Abrams is one of the most powerful people in Hollywood right now. Over his career in the movies, he's written, directed, produced, acted and played a wicked keyboard solo on Cool Guys Don't Look At Explosions, and through his production company Bad Robot, his name is counted among the credits of massive franchises like Cloverfield, Mission: Impossible, Star Trek and of course Star Wars. He's more of a household name than most filmmakers of his generation and we sometimes wish we wanted anything as much as he wants that Steven Spielberg status.

You can't blame him when you hear about his first paid job in the film industry. Returning a bunch of Spielberg's personal super-8 home movies that he discovered after his
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Comic Book Review – Labyrinth: 30th Anniversary Special #1

Emma Withington reviews Labyrinth: 30th Anniversary Special #1…

Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the beloved Jim Henson fantasy film with stories from inside the magical walls of the labyrinth. Featuring fan-favourite characters like Ludo, Hoggle, Sir Didymus, and a few surprises, this special celebration collects for the first time all of the Labyrinth Free Comic Book Day stories along with new tales from Eisner Award winner Jonathan Case (The New Deal), Gustavo Duarte (Bizarro), and more!

See Also: Check out a preview of Labyrinth 30th Anniversary Special #1

Should Ludo bring his rock friends fishing? Is The Worm’s relationship advice worth Hoggle’s time? Can Shinjee the Goblin fill humongous shoes? These are just some of the issues facing your favourite Jim Henson creations in their daily lives…

Labyrinth 30th Anniversary Special #1 is a 48 page issue featuring seven short stories set in the kingdom of the Goblin King, five of
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The Missing Recap: “Gone Fishing”

One aspect of The Missing that I haven't yet mentioned is that it is yet another entry to the "one director" trend on TV that has yielded exceptional results. Others have included True Detective (Cary Fukunaga) and The Knick (Stephen Soderbergh); like True Detective, The Missing also features the same writer (or pair of writers: Harry and Jack Williams), which adds a really beautiful cohesion to the material, both visually and narratively (which is so important given its dueling timelines). Hit the jump for why guilt is a cancer. There were several things to love about the way "Gone Fishing" was crafted. After such an intense third episode (that included Antoine's murder, as well as Tony and the police seeing the video of a crying Oliver being pulled away from a window), "Gone Fishing" slowed things down, and opened up a new narrative path. I've mentioned in the past the
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15 June TV Events We're Looking Forward To

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15 June TV Events We're Looking Forward To
The broadcast network TV season officially ended a week ago, but the days of the TV business hanging up the Gone Fishin' sign for summer ended well before O-Town broke up the first time. Between network summer programming (some of it things they believe in, some of it things they're burning off), cable premieres and spring shows that haven't quite finished their seasons yet, June is going to be hopping with notable television. Here are some of the highlights. Which summer TV event are you looking forward to the most? Let us know by voting in the poll further down the page.
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Jj Abrams: from Lost to Ship of Theseus

Jj Abrams now runs the world's two biggest sci-fi franchises. So what's he doing venturing into literature? Stuart Kelly goes looking for clues

The Übergeek. The Boy With All the Toys. The Lord of the Nerds. It might seem as if the most significant achievement of Jeffrey Jacob "Jj" Abrams, screenwriter, actor, producer, director, composer and author, is to have made fanboy culture part of the mainstream. But the publication of "his" first novel – more on those inverted commas anon – also shows that the avant garde and the experimental are in the ascendant. The fusion of popular culture and continental philosophy – works which are as au fait with Foucault as with the Flash, Boba Fett and Baudrillard, Kierkegaard and Kirk – are everywhere, from the novels of China Miéville, Michael Chabon and Scarlett Thomas, to the comics work of Grant Morrison and Mike Carey, to TV shows such as Agents of Shield.
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9 Super-Surprising Screenwriter Credits on Movies

Generally, screenwriting is reserved for a thankless group of nerds who spend most of their waking hours making "Star Wars" references and lamenting their low position on the Hollywood totem pole.

But once in a while, the ladies and gentlemen behind the scripts end up becoming household name ... or move on from other successful careers to take a stab at screenwriting. And whether it's to make a buck, help out a buddy or take on a new challenge, these scribes sometimes end up scoring some pretty unexpected gigs.

So, upon the revelation that titan of twist M. Night Shyamalan was allegedly though perhaps wasn't after all involved in writing "She's All That" (1999), a movie about how beautiful women become even more beautiful when they take off their glasses and wear their hair down, we've assembled a list of some other well-known writers whose names are attached to some surprising projects.
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Lindsey Vonn Wears Bikini, Tiger Woods Goes Shirtless With His Kids

Lindsey Vonn Wears Bikini, Tiger Woods Goes Shirtless With His Kids
Gone fishing with Tiger, Lindsey and the cubs! About a week after their memorable date night at NYC's star-studded Met Gala, Tiger Woods and girlfriend Lindsey Vonn were back down in the golfer's home base state of Florida -- hitting Woods' multi-million dollar yacht, Privacy, for some fishing with Sam, 5, and Charlie, 4, his daughter and son with ex-wife Elin Nordegren. While the world-class athletes were in their black-tie formal finery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (and later the Top of the Standard downtown) for [...]
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Jj Abrams: the man who boldly goes… | profile

The director has covered most genres in his wildly successful work in the cinema and on TV. But it is as king of the blockbuster that he will reign with the release of the new Star Trek, before he turns his talents to the latest Star Wars movie

Hollywood loves to categorise people. As every actor and director knows, it is all too easy to get pigeonholed on the back of a single successful film or an early role taken purely to pay the bills. Inside many daytime soap stars are Shakespeareans longing to play Hamlet. Perhaps some of the best action film directors, in their dark moments of the soul, will be kept awake at night by a gnawing urge to direct a low-budget independent film of deep artistic worth.

This is, after all, the industry that developed the star system, whose scripts are ruthlessly fine-tuned to appeal to
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Jj Abrams: the man who boldly goes… | profile

The director has covered most genres in his wildly successful work in the cinema and on TV. But it is as king of the blockbuster that he will reign with the release of the new Star Trek, before he turns his talents to the latest Star Wars movie

Hollywood loves to categorise people. As every actor and director knows, it is all too easy to get pigeonholed on the back of a single successful film or an early role taken purely to pay the bills. Inside many daytime soap stars are Shakespeareans longing to play Hamlet. Perhaps some of the best action film directors, in their dark moments of the soul, will be kept awake at night by a gnawing urge to direct a low-budget independent film of deep artistic worth.

This is, after all, the industry that developed the star system, whose scripts are ruthlessly fine-tuned to appeal to
See full article at The Guardian - Film News »

Ben and Kate: Cancelled Series Returning to Fox (sort of)

Fox is bringing back Ben and Kate according to The Futon Critic. The network is slotting the cancelled comedy into Saturday nights at midnight, starting April 27th. The sitcom will air for five weeks in late night.

Unfortunately, they plan to show reruns of Ben and Kate, not the three original episodes that haven't aired yet. There's still no word on what will become of "Gone Fishin'," "Father-Daughter Dance" and "Ethics 101."

After the Ben and Kate run, Fox plans to air reruns of The Goodwin Games (which premieres in primetime on May 20th).

The network's "Animation Domination High-Def" programming will start running beginning July 27th. That will be comprised of new animated series like High School USA!, Axe Cop, and an untitled Lucas Brothers Project.

What do you think? Are you still hoping that Fox
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Ben 10: Omniverse - A New Beginning DVD Arrives February 5th

Ben 10: Omniverse - A New Beginning DVD Arrives February 5th
It's hero time for Cartoon Network's favorite boy hero Ben Tennyson, as the network today announced the first DVD release from its all-new Ben 10 series, Ben 10: Omniverse. Available February 5, 2013, the Ben 10: Omniverse - A New Beginning two-disc DVD features 10 all-new action packed episodes from the series' first season that debuted on the network in September 2012, along with the "Alien Reveals" and "Alien Database" bonus features. With an all-new look at kids' favorite alien-changing star, including an all-new Omnitrix, new aliens, a new partner and underground world filled with intergalactic life, it's Ben like you've never seen him - a little older but not always a little wiser Ben 10: Omniverse - A New Beginning will be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $19.97 and with an order due date of January 1, 2013.

The 10 episodes featured in Ben 10: Omniverse - A New Beginning are:

1. The More Things Change,
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Toronto International Film Festival 2012 Lineup

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Above: Ernie Gehr's Auto-Collider Xv.

The vast bulk of Tiff's 2012 has been announced and listed here, below. We'll be updating the lineup with the previous films announced, as well as updating links to specific films for more information on them in the coming days. Of particular note is that the Wavelengths and Visions programs have been combined to create what is undoubtedly the most interesting section of the festival. Stay tuned, too, for our own on the ground coverage of Tiff.

Galas

A Royal Affair (Nikolai Arcel, Demark/Sweden/Czech Republic/Germany)

Argo (Ben Affleck, USA)

The Company You Keep (Robert Redford, USA)

Dangerous Liaisons (Hur Jin-ho, China)

Emperor (Peter Webber, Japan/USA)

English Vinglish (Gauri Shinde, India)

Free Angela & All Political Prisoners (Shola Lynch)

Great Expectations (Mike Newell, UK)

Hyde Park on Hudson (Roger Michell, UK)

Inescapable (Ruba Nadda, Canada)

Jayne Mansfield's Car (Billy Bob Thorton, USA/Russia)

Looper (Rian Johnson,
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Tiff 2012: World Preems from Abrahamson, Jacir, Sion Sono Plus Loznitsa’s Masterwork “In The Fog” Make up the Cwc

The globe-trotting section of this year’s Contemporary World Cinema programme has your Sundance (in a pair of excellent titles in Ava DuVernay’s Middle of Nowhere and James Ponsoldt’s Smashed) and has select items from several sections from this year’s Cannes ranging from Pablo Stoll Ward’s 3, Yousry Nasrallah’s After the Battle, Aida Begic’s Children of Sarajevo, Catherine Corsini’s Three Worlds, Ulrich Seidl’s Paradise: Love, and they must see In The Fog a masterwork from Sergei Loznitsa and will be padded by world premiere items such as Annemarie Jacir’s When I Saw You, Lenny Abrahamson’s What Richard Did and Sion Sono’s The Land of Hope (see pic above). Here’s the entire list of items that make up this year’s section:

3 Pablo Stoll Ward, Uruguay/Germany/Argentina North American Premiere For Rodolfo (Humberto de Vargas), life at home feels empty and cold,
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Martha Thomases: My Green Lantern Problem

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If I’m reading their website correctly, DC Entertainment currently publishes three different Green Lantern titles, not counting the animated series tie-in. There is also a Red Lantern comic. The last several company-wide crossovers involved the Green Lantern Corps as major players.

It’s too much.

Don’t get me wrong. I like Green Lantern. I vividly remember when I bought my first copy. I was about eight years old (which would make it 1961, for those of you keeping score), and felt very grown up. I thought Green Lantern, being a science-based character, was much more intellectual than Superman or Batman at the time, with their dog pals and mischievous imps. Hal Jordan wasn’t a millionaire playboy nor an alien. He was a test pilot. He had a job.

A decade later, when Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams took over the title, I was mesmerized. They were using a character (one whom,
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DVD Blu-Ray: 'Chronicle,' 'The Grey,' 'The Devil Inside'

Moviefone's New Release of the Week "Chronicle" What's It About? Teens gain superpowers and struggle between becoming heroes or villains. See It Because: A "found footage" superhero movie sounds like a gimmick on top of a gimmick, one trying to capitalize on the success of "Paranormal Activity." But the young talent in front of -- and behind -- the camera imbue the format with real, dynamic youthful energy; be warned it's a short movie, clocking in at 84 minutes. (Also Available on Amazon Instant Video) Moviefone's Blu-ray Pick of the Week "Being John Malkovich" (Criterion Collection) What's It About? John Cusack stars as a sad-sack file clerk by day, amateur puppeteer by night, who finds a secret tunnel that places him in the mind of actor John Malkovich. He uses the strange phenomena to change his (and the actor's) life around. See It Because: The film was one of the most
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Evan Shapiro: TV > Film: For Curing a Case of the Cubas, There's Nothing Better Than TV

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Evan Shapiro: TV > Film: For Curing a Case of the Cubas, There's Nothing Better Than TV
In case you hadn't heard, the Academy Awards are on ABC this Sunday. Regardless of what you think of the nominees, it is clear that the film business is at a crossroads. Fewer people went to the movies in 2011 than any year since Al Gore invented the internet; our nation's multiplexes are in the throes of an epidemic called sequelitis; and the Academy could barely settle on a host for Sunday's Oscars.

But this week, my focus is on the most vulnerable members of the Academy: The Actors. Actors have more at stake than anyone at this annual bacchanalia -- their faces are the most recognizable and their personas are most associated with the success or failure of a film. And, even more perplexing and daunting: winning an Oscar may actually be more hazardous to an acting career than losing. Winning an Oscar puts more of a microscope on an actor than dating Leonardo DiCaprio.
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