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Hulu in July: Here’s Everything Coming and Going

  • The Wrap
Hulu is out with its list of new content coming in July, and highlights include the “Veronica Mars” revival and the series premiere of the new “Four Weddings and a Funeral.” We also have the list of everything that’s being removed from the streaming service at the end of July.

Season 1-3 of the original “Veronica Mars” series will be available starting July 1, so you can brush up on all the background knowledge you’ll need to fully enjoy Season 4 when it drops July 26, with Kristen Bell returning the starring role as the title character after almost 15 years. Here’s everything we know about the revival so far.

The new Mindy Kaling-produced “Four Weddings and a Funeral” series comes July 31, with “Game of Thrones” star Nathalie Emanuel in the lead role. Original star Andie MacDowell will return as a guest star.

Also Read: Summer TV Premiere Dates: Here's
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Here’s Everything New Coming to Amazon Prime Video in June

  • The Wrap
Amazon Prime Video is out with its list of new titles coming in June, and it includes the new Jonas Brothers movie, “Chasing Happiness.” Featuring never-before-seen footage of the brothers’ younger years, the film offers long-time JoBros fans a personal look at Nick, Joe and Kevin’s journey to success, from a family struggling to make ends meet to their ascent to pop stardom. The Amazon Original is out June 4, just ahead of the band’s comeback album, “Happiness Begins,” out June 7.

Another June highlight is “Yardie,” which is directed by Idris Elba and set in ’70s Kingston, Jamaica and ’80s Hackney, London. “Yardie,” which will be released on June 17, centers on the life of a young Jamaican man named D who has never fully recovered from the murder of his older brother Jerry Dread. Dispatched to London where he reconnects with his childhood sweetheart, Yvonne and his daughter who
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Flashback: Hear Roy Orbison’s Rare Alternate Take of ‘Blue Bayou’

Flashback: Hear Roy Orbison’s Rare Alternate Take of ‘Blue Bayou’
Eighty-three years ago today, Roy Orbison was born in the North Texas town of Vernon. The singer with the darkly operatic voice would shine among the early architects of rock & roll, emphasizing a gift for bold balladry in tunes such as “Running Scared,” “In Dreams” and “Crying,” while also projecting an air of enigmatic masculine swagger on classics like 1964’s “Oh, Pretty Woman.”

While several of Orbison’s songs were covered by artists across several genres during and beyond his lifetime, one cover reignited interest in the entertainer, whose record
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Fred Foster, Producer of Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Dead at 87

Visionary record producer, label executive and music publisher Fred Foster, who guided the early careers of Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, among many others, died Wednesday in Nashville following a short illness. He was 87.

The founder of Monument Records, which released Parton’s first hit single, “Dumb Blonde,” in 1967, as well as Kristofferson’s early country-pop hit “Why Me” in 1973, Foster was responsible for producing a string of Roy Orbison’s best-known songs in the early Sixties, including “Only the Lonely,” “Running Scared,” “Blue Bayou,” “Crying” and the 1964 classic “Oh,
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Movie Review – I Am Paul Walker (2018)

I Am Paul Walker, 2018

Directed by Adrian Buitenhuis.

Featuring Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson, Rob Cohen, Cody Walker, Erik MacArthur, Caleb Walker, and Wayne Kramer.

Synopsis:

A feature-length documentary that charts the life and career of the late Fast and Furious actor, with interviews and insights from those closest to him.

Five years on from the death of Paul Walker, this documentary, which is an extended edition of the version broadcast on television earlier this year, takes a loving look back at a life cut short. Using home-video and moving talking head testimonies, I Am Paul Walker is a fitting eulogy to a reluctant actor who just seemed like an all-round good bloke.

If there is a revelation in Adrian Buitenhuis’s film, and it’s an account with very few surprises, then it’s the fact that he never truly wanted to be an actor. Early archive shows him alongside a young Josh Brolin,
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15 Artists Who Went Years Between Hits

15 Artists Who Went Years Between Hits
“Some years I’m the coolest thing that ever happened, and then the next year everyone’s so over me,” Cher told Rolling Stone in 1999. She had just released “Believe,” which set the record for longest gap between Number Ones on Billboard’s Hot 100, a milestone that stands to this day. She joins many other big names — from the Beach Boys to Aretha Franklin and Meat Loaf — on our list of artists who mixed up a cocktail of fortitude, talent and luck to fight their way back onto the charts
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I Am Paul Walker Trailer Celebrates Fast and Furious Actor's Life

I Am Paul Walker Trailer Celebrates Fast and Furious Actor's Life
The first trailer for I Am Paul Walker is here. Paul Walker tragically passed away at the age of 40 in 2013. He was the passenger in a vehicle that was involved in a terrible car accident and thus, the world lost not only a bright movie star, but by all accounts, a very good human being. That is all highlighted in this first footage from the upcoming documentary that is sure to give you the feels in a big way.

The trailer kicks off with some footage of Paul Walker as a young boy. Even at a young age, he had that million dollar smile and a charm about him. We then transition to various clips of Walker throughout his life, with some footage from the Fast and Furious movies thrown in. There are lots of interviews with people he was close with but the quote from Tyrese Gibson perhaps hits hardest when he says,

I Am Paul Walker Trailer Celebrates Fast and Furious Actor's Life

I Am Paul Walker Trailer Celebrates Fast and Furious Actor's Life
The first trailer for I Am Paul Walker is here. Paul Walker tragically passed away at the age of 40 in 2013. He was the passenger in a vehicle that was involved in a terrible car accident and thus, the world lost not only a bright movie star, but by all accounts, a very good human being. That is all highlighted in this first footage from the upcoming documentary that is sure to give you the feels in a big way.

The trailer kicks off with some footage of Paul Walker as a young boy. Even at a young age, he had that million dollar smile and a charm about him. We then transition to various clips of Walker throughout his life, with some footage from the Fast and Furious movies thrown in. There are lots of interviews with people he was close with but the quote from Tyrese Gibson perhaps hits hardest when he says,
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‘Midnight Run’ at 30: In Praise of the ‘Casablanca’ of Buddy Comedies

‘Midnight Run’ at 30: In Praise of the ‘Casablanca’ of Buddy Comedies
“Jack, you’re a grown man. You have control over your own words.”

“You’re goddamn right I do. So here come two words for you: shut the fuck up.”

Over the course of Midnight Run, bounty hunter Jack Walsh (Robert De Niro) and fugitive accountant John “Duke” Mardukas (Charles Grodin) travel over 3000 miles as they crisscross America by virtually every mode of transportation possible: commercial jet and biplane, passenger train and cargo train, three stolen cars and a borrowed station wagon, even a brief swim through rapid waters. They
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TV News Roundup: Paramount Network Sets Paul Walker Documentary Premiere Date

  • Variety
In today’s roundup, Own launches a new podcast, while Paramount Network teases the premiere of upcoming doc, “I Am Paul Walker.”

Events

The first-ever Adult Swim Festival has announced headliners for the event featuring music, comedy, gaming, food, and more at the Row Dtla on Oct. 6-7. The lineup features Run The Jewels, Hannibal Buress, Flying Lotus, and Thundercat. T-Pain will also be performing tracks from “Freaknik: The Musical” for Preview Night on Oct. 5. Tickets for Preview Night, Single Day, and Weekend passes will go on-sale Friday, July 20 at 12 p.m. Pt at AdultSwimFestival.com. Fans at Comic-Con this weekend can also snag tickets on-site at the Adult Swim camp store with no fees while supplies last.

Dates

Own is launching a podcast version of the Emmy-nominated “Oprah’s Master Class” on Apple Podcasts. Featuring the series’ most popular interviews with actors, musicians, public figures, and athletes sharing their greatest life lessons,
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Comic Book Review – The Flash: Rebirth Deluxe Edition – Book 2

Ricky Church reviews The Flash: Rebirth Deluxe Edition – Book 2…

The Flash is back and facing some of his toughest and most classic enemies in The Flash: Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 2. Writer Joshua Williamson’s depiction of The Flash and his world is entertaining and cuts to the core of the character as he balances his life as Barry Allen with that of Flash and tries coming to terms with several aspects from his past.

This is a fairly hefty collection of stories that include The Flash #14 – 27, making it a nice book for Flash fans to add due to the amount of stories included. Thankfully all the stories are well-written and entertaining with some nice consistency from Williamson in Barry’s character development throughout the issues as well as continuing threads from the Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 1. Williamson displays a great understanding of what makes Flash tick and utilizes his powers in some interesting ways,
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Amazon schedule: Here’s what is coming in February 2018, including ‘The Tick’ and ‘Mozart in the Jungle’

Amazon schedule: Here’s what is coming in February 2018, including ‘The Tick’ and ‘Mozart in the Jungle’
The Golden Globe-winning comedy series “Mozart in the Jungle” returns to Amazon for season 4 beginning on Feb. 16. Gael Garcia Bernal plays Rodrigo, the roguish conductor of the New York Symphony. In season 3, he and his troupe travelled to Venice, Italy to stage a new opera, “La Fiamma.” He clashed with Malena (Monica Bellucci), the diva at the head of the cast. Expect more fireworks this season as he back behind the podium in Gotham.

And the second half of season 1 of the rebooted live-action version of “The Tick” is set to stream on Feb. 23. Peter Serafinowicz plays the sassy superhero who says, “murder is just not cool.” The show is created by Ben Edlund, who introduced the character in comic book form in 1986. His comic was adapted into an Emmy nominated animated series that ran from 1994-1997 and a short-lived live-action version in 2001 that starred Patrick Warburton.

See Netflix schedule:
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Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in February 2018

Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in February 2018
Emmy winners Jeff Daniels (“The Newsroom”) and Alec Baldwin (“30 Rock”) head up the new Hulu original series “The Looming Tower,” which chronicles the rise of Osama Bin-Laden. Also featured in this docudrama about the inter-agency rivalry between the CIA and FBI in the first part of this century are Golden Globe nominees Peter Sarsgaard and Michael Stuhlbarg. The first of the 10 episodes starts streaming on Hulu on Feb. 28.

Before then, Hulu viewers will get a chance to see another acclaimed docudrama, the film “Detroit” by Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow (“The Hurt Locker”). She reteamed with screenwriter Mark Boal, who also picked up an Oscar for “The Hurt Locker,” for this acclaimed film. “Detroit” documents the riots that beset the motor city in the summer of 1967 after the police raid an unlicensed bar on July 23 and arrest the 82 patrons and staff. Over the course of just five days, 43 people died
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The Best Movie You Never Saw: Running Scared (1986)

  • JoBlo
Welcome to The Best Movie You Never Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time and/or has aged like a fine wine. This week we’ll be looking at Running Scared (1986)! The Story: Two Chicago cops (Billy Crystal & Gregory... Read More...
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Darlanne Fluegel, Actress in ‘To Live and Die in L.A.,’ Dies at 64

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Darlanne Fluegel, Actress in ‘To Live and Die in L.A.,’ Dies at 64
Darlanne Fluegel, the actress who starred in films like “Once Upon a Time in America,” “To Live and Die in L.A.” and “Running Scared,” has died. She was 64. Fluegel’s daughter Jenna Carey told The Hollywood Reporter that Fluegel died Dec. 15 at her home in Orlando following a battle with Alzheimer’s disease.

The actress played Robert De Niro’s girlfriend in “Once Upon a Time in America” (1984) as well as Kirk Douglas’ love interest in 1986’s “Tough Guys.”

Fluegel also starred on the NBC drama “Crime Story” that aired from.
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Doomsday Clock and Star Wars: Darth Vader top bestselling comics and graphic novels of November 2017

The long-awaited Doomsday Clock #1 topped the chart of the bestselling comic books in November 2017, with DC clocking up eight of the top ten titles as the publisher toppled Marvel Comics in terms of unit share. However, Marvel led the way in terms of graphic novels, with Star Wars: Darth Vader Vol. 1: Imperial Machine the biggest selling Tpb of the month. Check out the charts below…

Top 10 Comic Books of November 2017.

1 Doomsday Clock #1 2 Doomsday Clock #1 Lenticular Edition 3 The Batman Who Laughs #1 4 Batman Lost #1 5 Batman #35 6 Batman #34 7 Batman: The Devastator #1 8 Captain America #695 9 Batman Annual #2 10 Star Wars #38

Top 10 Graphic Novels of November 2017

1 Star Wars: Darth Vader Vol. 1: Imperial Machine Tp 2 Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe… Again Tp 3 The Flash Vol. 4: Running Scared Tp 4 Wonder Woman Vol. 4: Godwatch Tp 5 Rick And Morty Volume 1 Tp 6 Star Wars: Rogue One Adaptation Tp 7 Journey To Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Captain
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Taylor Swift’s 91 Best Lyrics of All Time

Taylor Swift’s 91 Best Lyrics of All Time
Taylor Swift is set to release her sixth studio album, Reputation, on Friday, Nov. 10. And, regardless of your thoughts on the 27-year-old, she’s always had a way with words.

Which is why for months (years, arguably), die-hard fans, gossip lovers and even the media have been anxious to get a true glimpse into Swift’s life over the past three years.

Taylor Swift Drops Heartfelt New Single 'Call It What You Want' -- Listen!

The Grammy-winning artist has always let the music do the talking – it’s one of her greatest strengths. Heck, when she released 1989, she included packs of Polaroid photos in each hard copy – with a handwritten lyric from the album printed on each one. And we’re confident that this album will be no different. We’ve learned so much from the songs she’s already released -- not to mention the caption she left on an Instagram post on Aug. 25 after announcing the album:
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Good Time Review

Good Time is a sleazy synth-trip through New York City that stews in a bath of Walter Hill and Running Scared influences. Very Point-a-to-Point-b, burning like a 100-minute fuse. The Safdie brothers (Benny/Josh) navigate New York City like a character itself, creating an underbelly thriller that speeds around dangerous streets with cavalier opportunism. It’s a movie that could Only happen in NYC – as sprawling as it is multifaceted. But even better? An A-list Hollywood heartthrob sheds beautification in favor of back-alley survival scars. Performance becomes transformation and vampire glitter fades to grime (hint at the actor who grows tremendously with each tough break).

Robert Pattinson stars as Connie Nikas, a common thug who’d do anything for his mentally disabled, hearing-challenged brother Nick (Benny Safdie). Connie refuses to watch Nick waste time under psychiatric treatment. He’d rather rob a bank and flee to the country with Nick than live on the grid,
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Panel Discussion #43

  • Nerdly
Hello again, and welcome to the recently resurrected Panel Discussion. I’m Kieran, and every week I’m going to go through some of the best comics of the week to give you an idea what you should pick up that you might have missed. This is another stacked week with some fantastic first issues and great jumping on points for books you might be behind on, so let’s take a look at what’s on offer.

You probably already know this because it’s one of the big buzz books of the year, but the best comic this week by a long stretch is Tom King and Mitch Gerads’ Mister Miracle #1 which is a thought-provoking and unsettlingly down-to-Earth take on one of Jack Kirby’s greatest creations. This issue will certainly leave you with more questions than answers, but it’s important to know that you don’t
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‘The Color of Fear’ begins in The Flash #23, check out a preview here

The new story arc ‘The Color of Fear’ gets underway today in The Flash #23, and we’ve got a preview of the issue for you here; check it out…

Running Scared” prelude! Barry Allen is at a crossroads. He’s lied to the woman he loves about his life as The Flash, and a rift is growing between him and his heroic young partner. Now, his greatest enemy has threatened to strike down everyone close to him! It’s time to make a tough choice that will launch The Flash into his most incredible mission yet: a siege on the 25th century stronghold of Eobard Thawne!

The Flash #23 is out now, priced $2.99.
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