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Are We Not Cats Trailer Wants to Make You Sick

Cleopatra Entertainment has released the first trailer, poster and photo for Are We Not Cats, the film festival favorite that was written and directed by Xander Robin, which stars Michael Patrick Nicholson, Chelsea Lopez, Michael Godere, Charles Gould and Adeline Thery. The film has been honored with 3 festival awards this year, including the Jury Award at Arizona Underground Film Festival, Best Feature Film at Imagine Film Festival in Amsterdam, and Best Narrative at Sidewalk Film Festival in Birmingham. But despite all that, be warned, there is some subject matter here that may turn your stomach.

Are We Not Cats tells the story of a young man attempting to restart his life after losing his job, girlfriend, and apartment in a single day. His plans are diverted when he meets a woman who shares his strangest habit, the impulse to pull out and eat their own hair. Xander Robin's genre defying
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Making a Scene: James Franco Returns with Season Three

James Franco is at it again. Recently, it was announced season three of Making a Scene with James Franco will debut on the new digital platform Blackpills in April.The "experimental digital series that reimagines some of pop culture’s most memorable television shows, movies and music videos." Season three will feature reimaginings of Edward Scissorhands, Kanye West's "Famous," Stranger Things, and Lady Gaga's "Poker Face."Read More…
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Short Form Emmy Nominations: ‘Childrens Hospital’ Leads, Few Independents Honored

Short Form Emmy Nominations: ‘Childrens Hospital’ Leads, Few Independents Honored
The Television Academy unveiled the inaugural nominees for its expanded short form programming categories Thursday morning – and it was dominated by programming from familiar broadcast and cable network sources.

Adult Swim’s “Childrens Hospital” lead the pack with four nominations, while History’s “The Crossroads of History” and AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462” each received two. The only independent series to be nominated in the Outstanding Series category is “Her Story,” a drama about the lives and loves of two transgender women living in La, created by Jill Soloway protege Jen Richards.

Read More: Emmys 2016 Nominations: ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘The Americans’ Get Major Nods

Not surprisingly, two of the five series nominations went to online content from major networks that offer inside looks into their popular shows. “Broad City“–the smash Comedy Central sketch show from Abbi Jacobsen and Ilana Glazer–was snubbed in other
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Milla Jovovich and James Franco Team for Sci-Fi Thriller Future World

Milla Jovovich and James Franco Team for Sci-Fi Thriller Future World
With the final installment of her Resident Evil franchise set for release next year, actress Milla Jovovich is stepping back into the sci-fi world yet again. The actress has signed on to star in Future World, a new post-apocalypstic thriller that is being directed by James Franco. The actor-director is also starring in the movie, although no other cast members have been revealed quite yet.

The story is set in a post-apocalyptic landscape, following a young boy, born into an elite family, who journeys across this wasteland in order to find medicine for his dying mother. Although he isn't even sure if this medicine exists, he sets off with his trusted bodyguard into this dangerous world, which is run by an evil warlord, who has nefarious plans up his sleeve involving a robot assassin disguised as a gorgeous woman. Deadline reports that Milla Jovovich is set to play a drug lord,
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