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4 hours ago

Image inside Emmy Rossum and Mr. Robot Creator Sam Esmail Are Engaged

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| By Steve - 4 hours ago

It was a good weekend for Shameless star Emmy Rossum! The actress and Sam Esmail, creator of Mr. Robot, got engaged, People reports.

The two have been dating for two years, and Esmail, 37, directed Rossum, 28, in the 2014 rom-com Comet. The actress was previously married to music executive Justin Siegel, but they divorced in 2010.

Rossum continues to entertain as Fiona on Showtime's comedy Shameless, which will enter its sixth season in January. Meanwhile, Esmail is quickly earning acclaim as the creator of the new summer series Mr. Robot, which airs its first season finale on Wednesday at 10/9c on USA. s=breakingnews

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Article inside Marvel Studios is being integrated into Walt Disney, Kevin Feige Will Now Report to Disney

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| By Steve - 8 hours ago

In a shakeup in its command structure, Marvel Studios is being integrated into Walt Disney Studios with president Kevin Feige reporting to Alan Horn, Variety has confirmed.

The move in oversight of Feige to the Walt Disney Studios chairman and away from Marvel Entertainment CEO Isaac “Ike” Perlmutter is one that a company spokesman described as “the logical next step.” There have been reports that Feige clashed with Perlmutter.

The studio positioned the move similar to the ones undertaken by two other Tiffany brands in Disney’s stable — Pixar and Lucasfilm. Both of these enterprises exist within the Walt Disney Studios ecosystem, with Pixar overseen by John Lasseter and Ed Catmull and Lucasfilm guided by Kathleen Kennedy.

Going forward, Marvel Studios will centralize many of its film-related functions in Burbank, a spokesman said.

Along with Feige, who is viewed as guiding the creative direction of MarvelÂ’s cinematic offerings, Co-President Louis DÂ’Esposito will also report to Horn.

The Hollywood Reporter first broke the news.

Marvel is one of the key legs of Disney’s film universe. Its sway over the comic book movie realm is unrivaled, with “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” and “Ant-Man” the latest in a lone line of box office hits. ey-1201582465/

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Image inside 30 Most Anticipated Films of the 2015-2016 Oscar Season, Is It Finally Leo's Time?

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| By Steve - 9 hours ago

Troubled productions, best-seller adaptations, festival favorites and plenty of biopics to go around — the annual film awards season promises to be as stuffed as ever. And seeing as studios can’t seem to square themselves with the notion of spreading some of this product throughout the year, the September-to-December corridor will simply remain overloaded, particularly as long as pitching for awards means something to the bottom line.

So rather than narrow it down too much, weÂ’ve plotted out the 30 movies weÂ’re most excited to see land over the next several months. Some of them may well find their way to the Dolby Theatre, while others will no doubt be revealed as also-rans in due time. The calm before the storm is the best part because we just donÂ’t know yet.

1. “The Revenant” (Fox)

It's difficult not to sit with bated breath waiting for the return of last year's Best Picture/Director/Original Screenplay champ Alejandro González Iñárritu, with a harrowing epic shot in sequence, using only natural light and in grueling locales that tested every element of production. But that's where we are, anxiously awaiting a film that, last we checked, was still shooting. It'll be a race against the clock, which will only drive up the anticipation factor. Here's hoping it delivers (and that this level of early attention doesn't become a liability).

2. “The Hateful Eight” (Weinstein Co.)

Quentin Tarantino talks a big game — in an already-infamous pre-season interview, he refers to himself, among other claims, as one of the best actors' directors working today. After the commercial, critical and Academy success of his risky genre hybrids "Inglourious Basterds" and "Django Unchained," however, he can probably afford to. His ninth feature — to be released on Christmas Day in glo(u)rious 70mm — finds him returning to auteur-oater territory, with an ensemble that includes Jennifer Jason Leigh, Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russell. If it's even half as good as he seems to think it is...

3. “Black Mass” (Warner Bros.)

You might think Johnny Depp taking on the role of Whitey Bulger is against type and expectation, and in many ways, it is. But covered in makeup, dredging it all up from within that immersion — it's sort of what Depp does, no matter how serious or lightweight the subject matter. Add to that director Scott Cooper, who brought out perhaps Christian Bale's best work to date in "Out of the Furnace" and saw veteran Jeff Bridges to his first Oscar in "Crazy Heart," then you have a whole lot of promise.

4. “Carol” (Weinstein Co.)

If you're asking which award-season release I'm most looking forward to seeing again, this Cannes sensation takes it by a country mile. Todd Haynes' return to the subject of suppressed desire in 1950s suburbia, 13 years after "Far From Heaven," is an immaculate auteur statement. I second every word of my colleague Justin Chang's rave, which cites the film's "supreme intelligence, breathtaking poise and … Cate Blanchett's incandescent lead performance," though Rooney Mara — unexpectedly singled out by the Cannes jury — is no less worthy a Best Actress contender.

5. “Spotlight” (Open Road)

Stories about journalists really need a certain jolt, and the best of them — "All the President's Men," "The Insider," "Shattered Glass" — can make a profession filled with phone calls, typing and shoe-leather investigation seem positively thrilling. If Tom McCarthy manages that with his latest, which documents the Boston Globe's investigation of the 2002 Catholic archdiocese sexual abuse scandal, then it could crackle and pop its way through the season. Mark Ruffalo stars alongside Rachel McAdams and Michael Keaton, fresh off a big circuit march with "Birdman" last year.

6. “Joy” (Fox)

No hot streak can last forever, but outward appearances give us no reason to bet against David O. Russell at this point: his last three features scored 25 Oscar nominations between them, five of them for Russell himself. But he's chasing the win with a yarn inspired by Joy Mangano, a struggling single mother turned millionaire Miracle Mop inventor. A tasty teaser trailer promised more of Russell's restless storytelling energy and a feisty showcase for Jennifer Lawrence, who has already gained an Oscar (plus a further nomination) on the director's watch.

7. “I Saw the Light” (Sony Classics)

Biopics abound this year but few seem as overdue as this. Tom Hiddleston stars as country music legend Hank Williams, who died tragically young but not before shaking the very bedrock of an industry. Plenty of eyes will be on Hiddleston, an unexpected piece of casting, but watch out, too, for Elizabeth Olsen, who plays Williams' wife Audrey and is said to be excellent in the role. on-1201580229/

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11 hours ago

Article inside Spectre Might Be Daniel Craig's Last James Bond Movie

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| By Steve - 11 hours ago

It seems like Daniel Craig may be ready to call it quits as 007 after Spectre.

Speaking to Esquire, Craig was asked if heÂ’d like to return as James Bond for at least one more movie. Craig didnÂ’t rule it out entirely, but he definitely doesnÂ’t seem keen on the idea.

“I really don’t know. Honestly. I’m not trying to be coy. At the moment I can’t even conceive it…At this moment, no. I have a life and I’ve got to get on with it a bit. But we’ll see.”

Craig has been playing James Bond for nearly 10 years, beginning with Casino Royale in 2006, and Skyfall will be his fourth film as the character. Rumor had it that he was contracted for at least one more movie, but it seems that may not be the case, or at least that Craig wishes it wasnÂ’t. n-4-re-releas/

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14 hours ago

Article inside Possible Details On 'Spider-Man''s CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Tech

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| By Steve - 14 hours ago

In the Marvel's Civil War comics, Tony Stark provides Peter Parker with his Iron Spider armor to aid him in his battles against Cap and his ant-registration allies - but that may get a slight tweak for the Captain America: Civil War movie! Possible SPOILER after the jump...

For various reasons, Marvel's Captain America: Civil War movie will only be loosely based on Mark Millar's source material, but there will still be certain elements that are sure to carry over. One such element many fans have been hoping for was Spider-Man's awesome Iron Spider costume that Tony Stark makes for him in the comics - but those fans might be in for some disappointment.

According to Latino Review, the Iron Spider armor won't be making an appearance - but Stark will be responsible for creating Peter Parker's web shooters! Apparently when Parker is first introduced he'll be crawling around the city in that home-made costume we've heard about, but later on in the movie Iron Man offers him an upgrade, starting with some souped up webbing and the promise of more "hero ready" suits.

In the comics Spidey ditches Stark's tech when he switches sides and joins Cap's team, reverting to his traditional costume. Whether things play out that way in the movie remains to be seen, but it's a safe bet Parker will sport at least a couple of different outfits one way or the other.

Captain America: Civil War hits theaters May 6, 2016.

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15 hours ago

Video inside KNOCK KNOCK Official Trailer #2 - Keanu Reeves Erotic Sex Horror Movie

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| By Steve - 15 hours ago

Lionsgate Premiere and Voltage Pictures have revealed the new trailer for Knock Knock, the latest thriller from horror meister Eli Roth (Hostel, The Green Inferno, “Hemlock Grove”) that premiered earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival. Don’t answer the door, but do check out the Knock Knock trailer in the player below, along with three new posters in the gallery!

In the home invasion story, directed by Roth and co-written by Roth, Nicolas Lopez and Guillermo Amoedo, two beautiful young girls, walk into a married manÂ’s life and turn a wild fantasy into his worst nightmare.

“[He’s] an architect, family man, two kids, family’s away for the weekend,” Reeves told of the film in a recent interview. “He’s working… [knocks] opens the door and two lovely young ladies are there, dripping wet from the rain in party clothes. ‘We’re lost! Can you help us? Can we come in?’ Then they kind of come on to me, seduce me, and then I do it, then wake up in the morning and they’re not leaving. They want to exact some revenge and punishment… It’s fun.”

Knock Knock stars Keanu Reeves (John Wick, The Matrix trilogy), Lorenza Izzo (The Green Inferno, “Hemlock Grove”), Ana de Armas (Arms & the Dudes), Aaron Burns (Best Worst Friends), Ignacia Allamand (Aftershock) and Colleen Camp (Election, American Hustle). Lionsgate Premiere will release the film in the U.S. on October 9. peril#/slide/1

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15 hours ago

Article inside What's new & expiring on Netflix in September

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| By Steve - 15 hours ago



Netflix is really trying to make users feel young again: After adding Reading Rainbow to its lineup in August, the streaming service will soon offer Mister RogersÂ’ Neighborhood come September.

The Oscar-nominated twosome of Moonrise Kingdom and Philomena will also join Netflix, along with new seasons of The League, Portlandia, The Blacklist, and more. See the full list below.

Available Sept. 1
Puffin Rock, season 1
The League, season 6
Da Jammies, season 1
Mister RogersÂ’ Neighborhood, volume 1
The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl
72 Dangerous Animals: Australia, season 1
Giggle and HootÂ’s Best Ever!
Person of Interest, seasons 1-3
Up in the Air
Los Hombres También Lloran, season 1

Available Sept. 2
Black or White

Available Sept. 4
Bad Night
Madam Secretary, season 1

Available Sept. 8
6 Years

Available Sept. 9
Teen Beach Movie 2

Available Sept. 10
Longmire, season 4

Available Sept. 11
Madame Bovary

Available Sept. 12
Portlandia, season 5
Why Did I Get Married?

Available Sept. 13
Comedy Bang! Bang!, season 4 (part 2)

Available Sept. 14
Call the Midwife, series 4

Available Sept. 15
Conspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

Available Sept. 16
The Blacklist, season 2
Moonrise Kingdom

Available Sept. 17
The Mysteries of Laura, season 1

Available Sept. 18
Keith Richards: Under the Influence

Available Sept. 21
Gotham, season 1
The Following, season 3

Available Sept. 22
Smosh: The Movie
Person of Interest, season 4

Available Sept. 25
VeggieTales in the House, season 1
Parenthood, season 3
Blue Bloods, season 5
Hawaii Five-O, season 5

Available Sept. 27
The Walking Dead, season 5

Available Sept. 29
Bones, season 10
R.L. StineÂ’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls flix-september



Netflix users, you have one month to count the number of F-bombs uttered in Wolf of Wall Street: The Oscar-nominated film will no longer be streaming on Netflix beginning Sept. 30.

As previously reported, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Transformers: Age of Extinction are also expiring, along with Apocalypse Now and Sleepless in Seattle. See what else is expiring below, and see what new movies and TV shows Netflix is adding here.

Expiring Sept. 1
The IT Crowd
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Fern Gully: The Last Rainforest
Mortal Kombat
Sleepless in Seattle

Expiring Sept. 3

Expiring Sept. 15

Expiring Sept. 30
Apocalypse Now
The Expendables 3
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
The Wolf of Wall Street
Transformers: Age of Extinction
World War Z flix-september

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15 hours ago

Video inside New Trailer For Halloween Thriller 'Pay The Ghost' Starring Nicolas Cage

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| By Steve - 15 hours ago

This Halloween, there's going to be an extra "treat" waiting for you: another random Nicolas Cage movie, "Pay The Ghost." This one does have some possibility of not just being another movie that will live in the furthest corners of DVD and VOD hell.

READ MORE: The Films Of Nicolas Cage: A Retrospective

The picture is directed by Uli Edel, the man behind "The Baader Meinhof Complex," "Last Exit To Brooklyn," plus episodes of "Houdini," "Oz," and "Homicide: Life On The Streets." The story, however, by Dan Kay about a conspiracy of missing children on Halloween seems silly. Here's the official synopsis:

Oscar® winner Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas) stars in this intense and chilling thriller about one man’s desperate search for his missing child. One year after his young son disappeared during a Halloween carnival, Mike Cole (Cage) is haunted by eerie images and terrifying messages he can’t explain. Together with his estranged wife (Sarah Wayne Callies, The Walking Dead), he will stop at nothing to unravel the mystery and find their son—and, in doing so, he unearths a legend that refuses to remain buried in the past.

"Pay The Ghost" opens in limited release and on VOD on September 25th. Watch below. -cage-20150831

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15 hours ago

Video inside 5 Clips From 'Everest' With Jake Gyllenhaal Plus New Images And More

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| By Steve - 15 hours ago

The Venice Film Festival gets underway this week and kicking things off is the starry survival tale "Everest." As usual, pundits will be watching the movie to see if it's an awards season contender or just a wintry thriller, or perhaps, it's both. But if you can't make it to the Lido, five clips are here to give you a healthy look at the movie before it opens in cinemas next month.

READ MORE: Mountain Climbing Drama 'Everest' Will Open The 2015 Venice Film Festival Out Of Competition

Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Robin Wright, Michael Kelly, Sam Worthington, Keira Knightley, Emily Watson and Jake Gyllenhaal star in the true story tale that follows two expeditions to the top of the world's most famous peak, and the men who battled the elements and fought for their lives along the journey. Baltasar Kormákur ("2 Guns," "Contraband") is behind the camera for this one that'll have some extra oomph by being delivered in IMAX 3D.

"Everest" opens on September 18th. Watch the clips below, plus check out some TV spots and new images.


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16 hours ago

Article inside Wes Craven's in-development TV projects will continue 'in his spirit,' says Syfy

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| By Steve - 16 hours ago

Following the death of horror filmmaker Wes Craven at 76, Syfy has released a statement pledging to move forward in his memory.

“Wes Craven was an icon. Syfy mourns the loss of this great visionary who helped shape an entire generation of horror,” reads the statement. “We are honored to have had the opportunity to work with him and, along with Universal Cable Productions, will continue to develop The People Under the Stairs and We Are All Completely Fine — projects to which Wes had already contributed so greatly — in his spirit.”

Universal Cable Productions has also released a statement:

“Wes Craven was a master artist, a gentleman and it was our pleasure to work with him. It is our intention to bring to life all the projects Wes developed at Universal Cable Productions. Thankfully these projects have benefitted greatly from his development and guidance since their inception. They will continue in his honor and spirit.”

In April, Craven signed a deal to develop two shows to air on NBCUniversal network Syfy: a new version of his 1991 movie The People Under the Stairs and the project We Are All Completely Fine. The legendary filmmaker was also developing a show for UCP called Disciples, about three “deep-space” private eyes in the near future. Craven was set to executive-produce with Steve Niles, who wrote the original graphic novel.

“Universal Cable Productions is the home of an amazing slate of TV programming and I’m delighted to be working with them,” Craven said at the time. “Fasten your seatbelts.” niversal-cable

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16 hours ago

Video inside Knock Knock trailer 1 - Keanu Reeves

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| By Doc Logical - 16 hours ago

It was cool, but something about this movie seems pretentious.

Like how dare you fu*k two hot teens while your family is away, and be in a position to get away with it.


, pus*y kills my niggas. Be careful.

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16 hours ago

Video inside 'Pay the Ghost’ Trailer: Nicolas Cage Uncovers a Halloween Mystery

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| By Ms Ambitious - 16 hours ago

Nicolas Cage‘s child goes missing on Halloween night despite the dad’s attentive devotion to the kid’s well-being, but the good news is it isn’t his fault. As it turns out, Cage is stuck in a story in which a whole bunch of missing kids are stolen away on Halloween night thanks to the machinery of… well, something.

Is it a supernatural force, or a more down to Earth human conspiracy that just uses the trappings of Halloween to disguise its crimes? WeÂ’re not sure, but check out the Pay the Ghost trailer below and see what you can figure out.

The film is directed by Uli Edel, who also made The Baader Meinhof Complex, and has been at the helm of quite a lot of TV, including episodes of Oz and Homicide: Life On The Streets.

With that deliberately misleading blend of supernatural and criminal plot possibilities (and in this case, I don’t say “misleading” in a negative sense) this looks like it could be a Larry Cohen movie — it’s got some of the same vibe as Cohen’s weird thriller God Told Me To. If this is schlock that is as weird and entertaining as a film like that, then I’m all for it.

But we’ve also seen Cage do so much crap that it’s difficult to be more than guardedly optimistic about a film like this, and much of this specific trailer doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence. Cage just looks so tired, and not “I’ve been searching for my missing kid for a year” tired, but “here we go again” tired.

But when his kid tells him to look again, at the end of the trailer, I want to know what he sees. So, yeah, I’m hooked, whether or not I want to be. I have a minor fantasy that Cage did this movie just because of that “look again” hook.

Pay The Ghost opens in a theatrical release and on VOD on September 25. Trailer via IGN.

Oscar® winner Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas) stars in this intense and chilling thriller about one man’s desperate search for his missing child. One year after his young son disappeared during a Halloween carnival, Mike Cole (Cage) is haunted by eerie images and terrifying messages he can’t explain. Together with his estranged wife (Sarah Wayne Callies, The Walking Dead), he will stop at nothing to unravel the mystery and find their son—and, in doing so, he unearths a legend that refuses to remain buried in the past. ghost-trailer/

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17 hours ago

Video inside Leaked Footage From Duncan Jones' WARCRAFT Movie Surfaces

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| By Steve - 17 hours ago

Following yesterday's big Captain America: Civil War trailer leak, the first footage for Duncan Jones' upcoming Warcraft movie has surfaced, and it looks pretty damn epic. Does it do the World of Warcraft video games justice? Hit the jump to check it out...

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Based on the hit online video game World of Warcraft, Warcraft has been shrouded in secrecy for a long time, but the leaked footage below gives us our first look at the movie. It's very CGI heavy, but looks pretty cool nonetheless. What it below before it's gone! Fighting for The Alliance, Warcraft features Dominic Cooper as King Llane Wrynn, Travis Fimmel as Anduin Lothar, Ben Foster as Medivh, Ben Schnetzer as Khadgar, and Ruth Negga as Lady Taria, and on the side of The Horde is also Clancy Brown as Blackhand, Toby Kebbel as Durotan, and Daniel Wu as GulÂ’Dan, with Paula PattonÂ’s Garona apparently caught in the middle. Warcraft is set to be released on June 10th, 2016.

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18 hours ago

Article inside Andrew Garfield Talks THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Franchise: "I Couldn't Rescue Those Films"

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| By Steve - 18 hours ago

You know, the more we hear from Andrew Garfield, the harder it is not to feel sorry for the former Spider-Man. Here, the actor emotionally reflects on surprising fans at Comic-Con by dressing up as the wall-crawler and why he tried his best to save the now abandoned franchise...

Promoting his new movie 99 Homes, Andrew Garfield has inevitably been asked a lot about the time he spent playing Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man franchise (he recently revealed whether or not Marvel Studios asked him to reprise the role). In this latest interview, the British actor was quizzed about what he learned from being Spider-Man, and his response is very telling, especially when he touches on what went wrong with them. You can tell he's being careful with what he says - he likely doesn't want his career going the same way as Josh Trank's - but it doesn't sound as if Garfield was any happier with how The Amazing Spider-Man 2 turned out than fans!

Well, nothing, because I was never Spider-Man. Because Spider-Man's a fictional character. He's not real. [laughs] You know what's funny, to give you the vulnerable answer, I thought I was going to be Spider-Man, you know? I went into it going...ego sh*t came in. It's like, "Okay, here it is. I'm f***ing Spider-Man. I f***ing made it." All that sh*t. [laughs] I didn't actually make it. I was never Spider-Man.

I was the actor that I am. The person that I am. Struggling with trying to match up with something that I'd elevated so high in my mind. Elevated beyond what I could attain, what I could achieve. The great thing is, that's what Peter Parker was doing as well. Peter Parker created this symbol that he couldn't live up to. It was never enough. He never felt enough, and I never felt enough. I never felt like I was able to do enough. And I couldn't rescue those films...even though I didn't sleep. [laughs]

And I wanted to...not to say that I needed to rescue those films, but I couldn't make them as deep and soulful as I could ever dream. And I'm never gonna be able to do that, with any film. It was especially difficult in that situation because...well, just because. And it was especially important because that character has always meant so much to me, and you saw that if you saw the Comic Con thing, which, thank you for reminding me about that.

When the interviewer went on to mention that he shows Garfield's 2011 Comic-Con appearance to his students to show them someone paying tribute to a character they love, the actor's response was very heartfelt. It should come as no surprise to learn that the ever clueless Sony weren't keen on his Con stealing idea to unmask as Spider-Man! "Thank you for sharing that with me, 'cause that was probably the highlight of the whole experience for me, 'cause it felt like, just me. Vulnerable. And terrified. And that could've really failed. That whole idea could've failed. And everyone told me it was going to. Emma [Stone] told me it was not a good idea. The studio said, "What the f*** are you thinking?!" And I was, "Just let me do one thing! Just one thing!" And to their credit they allowed it, and they saw that it worked. They trusted me a lot more after that, to their credit. So thank you for saying that. That was a gift you just gave me. Really." Thoughts?

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18 hours ago

Article inside George R.R. Martin Reveals Key ‘Game of Thrones’ Character Is Still Alive

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| By Steve - 18 hours ago

“A Song of Ice and Fire” author says the character, apparently offed on last season of HBO series, will still appear in future books “beyond a doubt”

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

George R.R. Martin has finally revealed that a major “Game of Thrones” character is still alive.

But no, it’s not Jon Snow. According to Martin, Stannis Baratheon is definitely still alive in the books. After a fan commented on Martin’s Livejournal page this week asking whether Stannis is alive or dead, Martin responded, “In my books? Alive, beyond a doubt.”

Of course, just because the character is alive in the books does not necessarily mean he is alive in the series, as David Benioff and D.B. Weiss frequently have deviated from the plot of the books. However, the camera cut away just as Brienne of Tarth was about to deliver the final blow to the contender for the Iron Throne.

Fans of the series have been speculating on StannisÂ’ return since the season finale, after his army was summarily defeated by the Boltons at Winterfell. But the speculation regarding Stannis has been nothing compared to the speculation surrounding Jon Snow.

Fans have been theorizing as to how Snow could return to the show, with a number of theories gaining significant traction online. Among the most popular is that Lady Melisandre will resurrect Snow after he was killed by his brothers of the NightÂ’s Watch. s-still-alive/

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19 hours ago

Video inside 'Concussion' Trailer: Will Smith, NFL 2015

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Article inside RIP Wes Craven, Veteran Director Of ‘Scream,’ ‘Nightmare On Elm Street’ Was 76

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| By Steve - 1 day ago

He directed 'Scream' and the 'Nightmare on Elm Street' films.

Wes Craven, the famed writer-director known for the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, died Sunday after a battle with brain cancer. He was 76.

His Freddy Krueger character horrified viewers and became an iconic horror character.  He is credited with re-inventing the teen horror movie.

A blend of horror and morbid humor, the “Nightmare” movies were a box-office phenomenon. He claimed to have gotten the idea for Elm Street when living next to a cemetery on Elm Street when growing up in the Midwest.

Similarly, Craven's Scream series was a box-office sensation. In those scare-'em-ups, he spoofed the teen horror genre:  Scream, Scream 2 and Scream 3 with Scream 4 set for 2010. The Scream movies frequently referenced other horror movies.

Similarly, in 1994 Craven even referenced his own Nightmare players - Robert Englund, Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon - who played themselves in Wes Craven's New Nightmare.

There were eight (count at time of death) Nightmare on Elm Street films, including a cross-over Freddy vs. Jason.  Although he was considered the “auteur” of the series by the horror crowd, Craven only directed two: A Nightmare on Elm Street and Wes Craven's New Nightmare.

In 1989, Craven switched gears by producing a TV sitcom centered on a cartoonist whose characters would spring to life.Craven departed from horror intermittently: In 1999, he directed Meryl Streep in The Music of the Heart, an inspirational drama about a teacher in Spanish Harlem. He directed a suspense thriller Red Eye, amid his Scream eruptions.

He began his horror career in 1972 with Last House on the Left, a rape-revenge movie that appalled some viewers while generating big box-office. His early shockers in the late 1970s and early '80s included:  The Hills Have Eyes, Summer of Fear, The Evolution of Snuff, Deadly Blessing and Swamp Thing, his biggest budget film up to that point.  

During the '80s, he also directed some of the revival episodes of Twilight Zone.Wesley Earl Craven was born on Aug. 2 1939 in Cleveland, Ohio. Raised in a strict Baptist household, Craven graduated from Wheaton College in English and psychology and earned a masters degree in philosophy and writing from Johns Hopkins.

He briefly taught English at Westminster College. He was also a humanities professor at Clarkson College where he was a disc jockey for the campus radio station.

He directed several other thrillers and horror movies, including: The People Under the Stairs (1991), Nightmare Café (1992), Deadly Friend (1986), Swamp Thing (1982) and Summer of Fear.

Craven directed several TV movies: Invitation to Hell (1984), Chiller (1985), Casebusters, Night Visions (1990), Laurel Canyon (1993), Hollyweird, Don't Look Down and They Shoot Divas, Don't They? among them.

He received his first award in 1977 for The Hills Have Eyes, winning the Prize of the International Critics' Jury at the Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival.

In 2000, Craven received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival. He won the Grand Prize for Scream in 1997 at the Gerardmer Film Festival.

He was nominated for Best Director for Scream in 1997 by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror.Craven was married three times, and had two children, Jonathan and Jessica, with his first wife Bonnie Broecker. He married Iya Labunka in 2004, his third marriage.

More to come...

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1 day ago

Article inside New to Hulu for September 2015

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Coming to Hulu this September is Fargo's first season (just in time for you to catch up before Season 2 begins Oct. 12th), the first three seasons of Elementary (for you to try and catch up by Nov. 5th?), and a brand new Season 4 of The Mindy Project, which Hulu rescued from cancellation and picked up for 26(!) new episodes.

IGN's Fall TV Preview

Plus, as the month closes out, you'll see a ton of Fall TV become available - from Gotham to How and Get Away with Murder to new shows like Heroes Reborn and Scream Queens.

Here's the full list of what's headed to Hulu in September:

August 27th


Fargo: Complete Season 1


FX's acclaimed series, based on (and also a spiritual sequel to) 1996's Fargo - starring Martin Freeman, Billy Bob Thornton, and Allison Tolman - arrives on Hulu for a bunch of polite, snowbound "You Betcha" murder and mayhem. Not many initially thought that turning Fargo into a series would work, but damned darned if writer/creator Noah Hawley didn't terrifically capture the dark humor and unique violence of the Coen's film.

September 1st


Elementary: Complete Seasons 1 - 3


Though the comparisons between CBS' Elementary and the BBC's Sherlock are inescapable, forever creating a rift in fandom where none should remain, Jonny Lee Miller's portrayal of Holmes as a embattled drug addict and Lucy Liu's role as sober companion-turned-partner Watson gives this series a deep emotional variance on the usual dynamic. It's a solid show with some truly inspired adaptations of Irene Adler, Moriarty, Kitty Winter, and other cases and elements from the Conan Doyle stories.

The League: Complete Season 6
The Hunters

September 2nd

Willow Creek

September 3rd

Celebrity Wife Swap: Season 4 Finale
Alien Rising
All The Wrong Reasons
American Ghost Hunter
American Made Movie
Amigo Undead
Black Widow
Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. Gravity
Brush With Danger
Buddy Hutchins
Camembert Rose
Coral Reef Adventure
Digging To China
Freebird: The Movie
Home is Where the Heart Is
Hurricane on the Bayou
Kane's Kitchen
Lord Montagu
Love Triangle
Muffin Top
Mysteries of Angels and Demons
Neil Simon's London Suite
Nfinity Champions League Volume 2
Please Please Me! (Fais Moi Plaisir)
Rhymes with Banana
Salad Days: A Decade Of Punk In Washington, DC (1980-90)
Such good People
That Guy Dick Miller
The 10 Year Plan
The Badger Game
The Last Keepers
The Whistle Blower
Wes Craven Presents Don't Look Down
Zero Tolerance

September 4th

Mistresses: Season 3 Finale
Rookie Blue: Season 6 Finale
Ping Pong: The Animation (Dubbed): Complete Season 1
Soul Eater Not! (Dubbed): Complete Season 1
Hamatora the Animation (Subtitled): Complete Season 1

September 5th

St. Vincent

September 8th

The Awesomes: Season 3 Premiere (Hulu Original)
Echoes of War

September 9th

Extreme Weight Loss: Season 5 Finale
Zero Punctuation: Season 9 Premiere

September 11th

Beauty & the Beast: Season 3 Finale
BlazBlue: Alter Memory (Dubbed): Complete Season 1
The World is Still Beautiful (Subtitled): Complete Season 1

September 14th

Teen Wolf: Season 5 Finale
La Banda: Series Premiere
A Season with Notre Dame Football: Series Premiere

September 15th


The Mindy Project: Season 4 Premiere (Hulu Original)


Naturally, Mindy Project fans were despondent when FOX cancelled the series after three seasons last May. Less than two weeks later, however, Hulu rushed in and saved the show by ordering a 26-episode Season 4. So now Mindy and Danny can welcome their baby in peace, and endlessly bicker about how to raise it (we're assuming), in peace.

Dancing with the Stars: Season 21 Premiere
Another Period: Season 1 Finale

September 16th

Difficult People: Season 1 Finale (Hulu Original)
Why? With Hannibal Buress: Season 1 Finale
Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris: Series Premiere

September 17th

South Park: Season 19 Premiere

September 18th

Camp X-Ray
Noragami (Dubbed): Complete Season 1
Last Hours in Suburbia

September 20th

Bar Rescue: Season 4 Finale

September 21st

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta: Season 4 Finale

September 22nd

Castle: Season 8 Premiere
Gotham: Season 2 Premiere
Minority Report: Series Premiere
Scream: Season 1 Finale
The Voice: Season 9 Premiere
Blindspot: Series Premiere

September 23rd

Dancing with the Stars: Results: Season 21 Premiere
Fresh off the Boat: Season 2 Premiere
The Muppets: Series Premiere
Scream Queens: Series Premiere

September 24th

Black-ish: Season 2 Premiere
Modern Family: Season 7 Premiere
Nashville: Season 4 Premiere
The Goldbergs: Season 3 Premiere
The Middle: Season 7 Premiere
Empire: Season 2 Premiere
Rosewood: Series Premiere
Law and Order: SVU: Season 17 Premiere
The Mysteries of Laura: Season 2 Premiere
A Wicked Offer: Season 1 Finale
Lip Sync Battle: Season 1 Finale

September 25th

Grey's Anatomy: Season 12 Premiere
Hot to Get Away with Murder: Season 2 Premiere
Scandal: Season 5 Premiere
Heroes Reborn: Series Premiere
The Player: Series Premiere

September 26th

Last Man Standing: Season 5 Premiere
Shark Tank: Season 7 Premiere

September 28th

Blood & Oil: Series Premiere
Once Upon a Time: Season 5 Premiere
Quantico: Series Premiere
Bob's Burgers: Season 6 Premiere
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 3 Premiere
Family Guy: Season 14 Premiere
The Last Man on Earth: Season 2 Premiere
The Simpsons: Season 27 Premiere

September 30th

Beyond the Tank: Season 2 Premiere
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 3 Premiere
Grandfathered: Series Premiere
The Grinder: Series Premiere
Candidly Nicole: Season 2 Finale september-2015

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