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See Chase Rice Sing Romantic Hit ‘Eyes on You’ on ‘Gma’

See Chase Rice Sing Romantic Hit ‘Eyes on You’ on ‘Gma’
Chase Rice didn’t expect to be confronted about his eating habits when he appeared on the “Strahan & Sara” segment of Good Morning America on Wednesday, but he had to playfully acknowledge his affinity for junk food when the hosts showed a series of the singer’s Instagram posts.

“I need help, man,” he joked. “I didn’t realize it was that bad. I need to get my life together.”

But Rice’s visit to the show wasn’t a dieting intervention — he was there to perform “Eyes on You,
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Kader Khan Dies: Bollywood Actor Was 81

  • Deadline
Veteran Bollywood actor-screenwriter Kader Khan died Monday after a long illness at a hospital in Toronto, Canada, his family confirmed to Indian media outlets. He was 81.

“My dad has left us. He passed away on December 31 at 6 pm as per Canadian time due to prolonged illness,” his son Sarafaraz told India news agency Pti. “He slipped into coma in the afternoon. He was in the hospital for 16-17 weeks.”

Born to an Afghan father and a mother from British-controlled India, Khan made his acting debut in 1973 in Daag: A Poem of Love. He went on to appear in small roles in films including Gupt Gyan, Bairaag, Goonj, and Amari among others. His career peaked between 1982 and 2005 when his versatility as an actor was established as both villain and comic relief in films such as Masterji, Dharm Adhikari, Nasihat and Dosti Dushmani, among many others.

He went on to act in over 300 films,
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Rod Serling's Anthology Series Night Gallery Is Getting a Revival

A few years after Rod Serling ended his run on The Twilight Zone, he launched another supernatural horror series called Night Gallery.

The series ran on NBC from 1969 to 1973 ,and Serling hosted the series. He would appear in an art gallery setting to introduce each segment of an episode by unveiling a painting that illustrated the story.

Like The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery influenced a lot of filmmakers and storytellers. Serling actually hand-picked a 21-year-old up and coming filmmaker named Steven Spielberg to direct an episode that he wrote called “Eyes” with Joan Crawford. That was Spielberg’s first professional directing gig.

Guillermo del Toro also talked about the influence that the series had on him saying that the episode “The Doll” scared him the most that he had ever been scared as a kid.

It was a great show that told some fantastic and creepy stories, and now the
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Lemonheads Ready New Covers Album ‘Varshons 2,’ First LP in 10 Years

Lemonheads Ready New Covers Album ‘Varshons 2,’ First LP in 10 Years
Nearly a decade after the Lemonheads released Varshons, Evan Dando’s outfit will return with Varshons 2, the follow-up to their 2009 covers LP.

Lemonheads tackle songs originally by the likes of Eagles (“Take It Easy”), Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (“Straight to You”), John Prine (“Speed of the Sound of Loneliness”) and Lucinda Williams (“Abandoned”) on Varshons 2, which arrives February 8th. Dando and company also shared the first single from the LP, an autumnal spin on Yo La Tengo’s Fakebook cut “Can’t Forget.”

Varshons 2, available to pre-order now, also
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Interview: Director Nicolas Pesce Talks Piercing

  • DailyDead
Over the course of 2018, the latest movie from The Eyes of My Mother filmmaker Nicolas Pesce, Piercing, has been making the festival rounds worldwide, and in just a few months, Pesce’s adaptation of Ryû Murakami’s novel will finally be making its way home for fans to enjoy for themselves. While at Fantastic Fest last month, Daily Dead spoke with Pesce about the process of adapting someone else’s material for his newest film, how Piercing is his tribute to giallo movies, and more.

Look for more on Piercing closer to its release!

I would love to start out talking about the material that you worked with here. I know Eyes of My Mother was your own thing, so what was different for you this time, in terms of working with somebody else's material?

Nicolas Pesce: I think that for good or bad, I decided very early on that
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Drive-In Dust Offs: Eyes Of A Stranger (1981)

Any slasher worth its salt should have a little bit of unique flavor; or at the very least, come at the material from a slightly different angle. Such is the case with Ken Wiederhorn’s (far and away) best film, Eyes of a Stranger (1981), a taut thriller and an effective big screen debut for Jennifer Jason Leigh.

Released by Warner Bros. in late March and produced by the Friday the 13th folks, Eyes barely made back its $800,000 budget, and was frowned upon by critics as just another link in a never-ending chain of misogyny and bloodletting. Eyes however, while adhering to many of the tropes of the time, gives a sense of agency to its female leads that wasn’t completely uncommon to the genre yet always refreshing to see.

Our film opens as a photographer comes across a woman, naked and dead, submerged on the shore of a Florida swamp.
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The Internet Thinks Zayn Malik Got Gigi Hadid's Eyes Tattooed on His Chest

The Internet Thinks Zayn Malik Got Gigi Hadid's Eyes Tattooed on His Chest
Cardi B’s fiancé Offset just debuted a tattoo of the “Bodak Yellow” rapper’s name across his neck, and now the Internet is speculating another celeb couple memoralized their love with a tattoo: Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid.

After Hadid shared a steamy shirtless video of Malik dancing in honor of his 25th birthday last week, the supermodel’s followers broke into a frenzy when they noticed a new tattoo of eyes inked across Malik’s chest that closely resemble Hadid’s.

“Wait did zayn seriously get a tattoo of Gigi’s eyes,” one fan said on Twitter. “Y
See full article at PEOPLE.com »

The X-Files Season 11 Gets January Premiere Date — See First Poster

The X-Files Season 11 Gets January Premiere Date — See First Poster
If there’s iced tea in that bag, it could be love. And if not, well at least we’ve got an official return date for The X-Files‘ Season 11.

The continued revival of Fox’s sci-fi drama will return on Wednesday, Jan. 3 (8/7c), TVLine has learned.

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In addition, the network has released the upcoming season’s striking poster, which promises/warns, “The truth is closer than ever.” (Scroll down to see it in full.)

Given various preview videos and the intel we’ve gleaned, Season 11 appears to center on Mulder and Scully’s son,
See full article at TVLine.com »

The X-Files: The Real Story Behind Season 11's Big Mulder/Skinner Brawl

The X-Files: The Real Story Behind Season 11's Big Mulder/Skinner Brawl
In The X-Files‘ newly released Season 11 trailer, longtime frenemies Mulder and Skinner can be seen literally going at each other’s throats. What’s the nature of the duo’s beef this time around? We got the truth out of Mitch Pileggi.

RelatedThe X-Files: Exclusive Intel on William!

“It’s about Scully,” Skinner’s portrayer tells TVLine, adding that he has long attempted to telegraph to the audience that his short-fused G-man “might have a little crush on Scully” — one that that has led him to have some “resentment toward Mulder.” Combine that with the fact that both
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Black Lives Matter Drama in the Works at AMC From Into the Badlands Writer

Black Lives Matter Drama in the Works at AMC From Into the Badlands Writer
AMC is turning the Black Lives Matter movement into a TV drama.

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The cable network is developing a scripted series based on the bestselling nonfiction book They Can’t Kill Us All, according to our sister site Deadline. The book, by Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery, looks at how decades of racial bias against African-Americans tie into the recent accusations of police abuse and rioting in Ferguson and Baltimore and led to the formation of the Black Lives Matter protest movement.

Into the Badlands writer Latoya Morgan
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TVLine Items: Scott Glenn Moves to Castle Rock, ER Vet Joins Star and More

TVLine Items: Scott Glenn Moves to Castle Rock, ER Vet Joins Star and More
Scott Glenn has traded in life in the Big Apple for a castle in Maine.

The Leftovers alum has been cast as a series regular in the upcoming Hulu psychological-horror drama Castle Rock. Set in the Stephen King multiverse, Glenn will play retired Sheriff Alan Pangborn, who presided over the fictional titular town during its darkest years.

RelatedSissy Spacek, Suburgatory‘s Jane Levy Join Cast of Hulu’s Castle Rock

Previously announced cast members include Andre Holland, Sissy Spacek, Melanie Lynskey, Jane Levy and Bill Skarsgard.

Glenn can be seen next reprising his Daredevil role Stick in The Defenders
See full article at TVLine.com »

Tim Roth's Tin Star Lands at Amazon

Tim Roth's Tin Star Lands at Amazon
Tin Star, a thriller/dark comedy starring Tim Roth (Lie to Me) and Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), has found a Stateside home on Amazon, it was announced on Friday by Endemol Shine Group and Sky Vision.

The 10-episode series will premiere later this year.

RelatedCable/Streaming Scorecard: What’s Renewed? What’s Cancelled?

Penned by Rowan Joffe (28 Weeks Later), Tin Star tells the story of Jim Worth, a British detective-turned-small town police chief who brings his family to the tiny and tranquil town of Little Big Bear for a better life. What follows is described as a “tale of the corruption of innocence,
See full article at TVLine.com »

Julia Roberts' Homecoming Drama Nabs Two-Season Deal at Amazon

Julia Roberts' Homecoming Drama Nabs Two-Season Deal at Amazon
Amazon is officially in business with the Pretty Woman.

The streaming service has given a two-season order to Homecoming, a half-hour political thriller starring Academy Award winner Julia Roberts, our sister site Deadline reports.

Written by Mr. Robot creator Sam EsmailHomecoming is described as a political thriller that centers on three characters: a caseworker at a secret government facility (played by Roberts), her supervisor, and a soldier. The project is based on the fictional podcast of the same name, which starred Catherine Keener (as the caseworker), Oscar Isaac, David Schwimmer, Amy Sedaris and David Cross.

RelatedErinn Hayes to
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Finale Review: How ‘Night’ Echoed the Past While Making Us Crave the Future

  • Indiewire
[Editor’s note: Spoilers follow for “The Handmaid’s Tale” Season 1, Episode 10, “Night.”]

The first season finale of “The Handmaid’s Tale” was rich with one of the show’s best traits: its ability to find human and relatable moments within these extraordinary yet awful circumstances.

And the emotion captured is as diverse as it is heart-wrenching. Offred/June (Elisabeth Moss), upon learning she’s pregnant, snapping at Serena Joy (Yvonne Strahovski): “You think I prayed to bring a baby into this house?” Nick’s (Max Minghella) quiet acknowledgement that it is, technically, his child. Moira (Samira Wiley) discovering via a license plate that she’d made it to freedom, and later stunned by the depth of human kindness that would greet her in Canada. Serena Joy snapping at her husband: “I know the law. I helped write it.” And of course, June opening the package smuggled to her from Jezebel’s, discovering something truly dangerous inside: the words of women like her,
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Film Review: ‘The Mummy’ is a Marvel of a Muddled Mess

Chicago – Universal Studio’s “Dark Universe,” which is centered around its stable of classic movie monsters, isn’t a bad idea. But in the darkly inauspicious debut feature called “The Mummy,” everything unravels. This is a mixed, muddled, marvel of a mess that contains an assembly of special effects, but precious little life.

Someone apparently forgot to tell those involved, in this exercise in building a blockbuster, that monsters can be fun.

Rating: 1.5/5.0

Tom Cruise’s character of Nick aims for irresistible rogue, but can’t quite hit the mark. He’s an American soldier with a profitable side job ripping off antiquities to be sold on the black market. After an airstrike in modern day Iraq (played for laughs) he uncovers an ancient Egyptian tomb. Turns out an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella) went on a murderous spree when she learned she wouldn’t get to be queen, and massacred her father,
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Spider-Man’s suit upgrades for Spider-Man: Homecoming detailed

As we already know, the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man will be receiving a few costume upgrades for Spider-Man: Homecoming, as Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark kits out the wall-crawler with all manner of gadgetry.

Some of these tech upgrades were showcased in a video back in January, and now The Los Angeles Times has posted a breakdown of the enhancements to the web-slingers classic costume, which include:

Peter Parker’s Little Helper

The detachable chest piece transforms into a drone and sends information back to the suit.

Gps Tracking System

The classic spider tracer has been upgraded with a holographic display and complex Gps system.

Upgraded Web Shooter

Enhanced web shooters with multi-settings, a variety of webbing and a laser targeting system.

Explosive Web Snares

The snares automatically deploy upon approaching targets.

Web Wings

Spider-Man’s web wings act like a glider — a kid’s fantasy come to movie life.
See full article at Flickeringmyth »

Legion episode 6 review: Chapter Six

Nick Harley Mar 16, 2017

Legion offers intriguing insights into where this all could be heading in another delightfully twisted episode...

This review contains spoilers.

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1.6 Chapter Six

Primarily I’ve had nothing but positive things to say about Legion’s addictively disorienting first season, but I have criticised the show in the past for stalling the story. That ends tonight; this episode’s recess from the plot while David, Syd, and the Summerland crew are trapped inside David’s mind with The Devil with the Yellow Eyes is not only full of the stylistic flourishes that make the series great, but it’s also illuminating. This episode begs the viewer to look at the series from a different perspective while delivering key pieces of information and hints about where things might be heading.
See full article at Den of Geek »

Legion episode 5 review: Chapter Five

Nick Harley Mar 9, 2017

Our villain's true nature is finally revealed on a spellbinding new episode of FX's Legion. Read our spoiler-filled review here...

This review contains spoilers.

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1.5 Chapter Five

Legion is unreal. No other show on air is taking narrative and stylistic risks like this, and who would have ever thought such invention was possible with a Marvel property? Certainly an almost 80 year history of amazing fantasies, cosmic adventures, and elaborate science fiction in the comics proves that there’s a wealth of mind-bending source material available, but for all intents and purposes it would be much easier and safer to make a series like Netflix’s new, bland Iron Fist than to create something as challenging and visionary as Legion. Kudos to Noah Hawley and the kind folks at FX, take a bow.

Anyway, Legion
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Legion episode 4 review: Chapter Four

Nick Harley Mar 2, 2017

Legion keeps reminding us that memory can't be trusted, so is that why we feel like we've seen this all before?

This review contains spoilers.

1.4 Chapter Four

After Legion’s confident, stylish pilot episode, I was immediately impressed with Noah Hawley’s slice of the Marvel universe. However, in that first review, I worried about Legion favouring style over substance and now four episodes in, that worry is starting to manifest itself. I’m a savvy viewer; I don’t need every plot detail spoon fed and I’m fine lingering in mystery, but that being said, I really feel like we’re spinning our wheels here. A lack of forward momentum seems to be shrouded by new questions, delivered in eye-catching ways, sure, but the rabbit hole is starting to look shallow.

A somewhat climactic ending aside, Chapter Four bides its time throwing small wrinkles into David’s story,
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Legion episode 3 review: Chapter Three

Nick Harley Feb 24, 2017

When Legion leans into its horror influences, things get very interesting...

This review contains spoilers.

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1.3 Chapter Three

The best superhero stories experiment with genre. The Dark Knight is a crime drama, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a classic espionage tale, Guardians Of The Galaxy is a space opera, and Deadpool is a satire. By using the conventions of other genres, these films told heroic tales that felt fresh in the face of superhero fatigue. Instead of Jessica Jones playing like a superhero show with noir elements, it stands apart as a detective series that just so happens to feature a super strong protagonist.

Legion has had a chance to try on a couple different hats in its early episodes, indulging in psychedelic surrealism,
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