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Image inside 'Lean on Me'/'Juice' Actor Jermaine Hopkins Busted With Nearly 6 Pounds of Marijuana.

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| By CrazyNDaLasDayz - 11 hours ago

"Lean on Me" star Jermaine Hopkins might need another meeting with Morgan Freeman -- cops say he tried to speed past them with several pounds of marijuana in his car.

Law enforcement sources tell us cops in Apex, NC spotted Jermaine driving 70 in a 55 last week. Once they pulled him over cops say they found 5.7 lbs. of weed in his trunk and arrested him for felony drug possession with intent to sell.

He also got tagged with a speeding ticket before he was released on $3,000 bond.
Jermaine was also busted in 2011 for buying 200 lbs. of pot from an undercover cop -- so 5 lbs. almost seems like an improvement. By the way, he got 3 years probation for that 2011 arrest.

We've reached out to Jermaine, so far no word back.

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Article inside Breaking: The Skrulls are in x-men dark phoenix

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The New Mutants will be part of a horror trilogy :smhah:

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| By PharaohKush - 19 hours ago

The New Mutants director Josh Boone is nothing if not efficient, beginning production for his X-Men spin-off film earlier this summer, releasing a trailer last week, and now revealing that the horror-inspired superhero movie is the first in a planned trilogy.

In the superhero genre, where films are planned years in advance, this is nothing new. But Boone’s pitch for a New Mutants trilogy revolves less around plot ideas than it does genre ideas — with each New Mutants movie taking around a different horror subgenre. So if you’re not on board with the Nightmare on Elm Street meets Stranger Things supernatural horror of the trailer, don’t worry: you’ll have plenty to look forward to.

Boone talked to IGN about how the idea for The New Mutants was conceived, explaining that the majority of the inspiration for the movie came from comics by Bill Sienkiewicz and Chris Claremont, “so it’s very much when New Mutants became dark and surreal and more horror driven.”

While that surrealism was reflected in the first trailer for his film, Boone is eager to explore other subgenres within horror in the next two New Mutants movies, which he revealed was part of his original pitch to 20th Century Fox (via io9):

These are all going to be horror movies, and they’re all be their own distinct kind of horror movies. This is certainly the ‘rubber-reality’ supernatural horror movie. The next one will be a completely different kind of horror movie.

Our take was just go examine the horror genre through comic book movies and make each one its own distinct sort of horror film. Drawing from the big events that we love in the comics.

With horror undergoing a sort of popular renaissance, appealing to more types of audiences than ever (including yours truly), it’s smart for Boone to tap into the horror zeitgeist. It and Get Out are two of 2017’s biggest blockbusters and the success of the high concept slasher Happy Death Day over the weekend suggest that The New Mutants is on to something.

Boone’s genre-focused strategy is an intriguing, and surprisingly never-before-done, approach to superhero movies that may lend credence to the theory that the convoluted nature of X-Men cinematic universe actually allows room for the most creative and audacious individual films or TV shows. If Boone can pull off a self-contained horror film with each of his New Mutants films, his trilogy could be a breath of fresh air in the rapidly expanding (and often confusing) X-Men universe.

The New Mutants is set to open in theaters on April 13, 2018.

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Article inside Netflix to Plow $8 Billions More Into Original Content

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| By talisman11 - 19 hours ago

Netflix said Monday that it would spend as much as $8 billion on content next year to continue growing its giant subscriber base and outpace its competitors.

Last year, when Netflix predicted that it would spend $6 billion on content in 2017, only ESPN was spending more — $7.3 billion, according to a report from Boston Consulting Group and SNL Kagan.

Netflix, based in Los Gatos, Calif., reported its third-quarter earnings on Monday evening, saying it added 4.45 million subscribers overseas and 850,000 in the United States during the three months that ended Sept. 30, for a total of 109.3 million customers around the world.

The company is facing new competition in the video space, however, and not just as traditional TV networks launch their own apps. Disney is taking its content from Netflix to its own direct-to-consumer video service, and a growing number of other technology companies are hustling into the space with their checkbooks.

Facebook, Apple and Amazon have also demonstrated that they want to get into the streaming business in a big way. Apple said it would spend up to $1 billion on content, while Facebook said much the same thing and launched a "Watch" tab on its homepage. Facebook is reportedly a contender for the English Premiere League, while Amazon airs Thursday night NFL games.

Netflix's announcement comes the same day that Samsung said it would also begin investing in online TV.

In a letter to shareholders it released Monday night, Netflix said it had $17 billion in content commitments over the next few years. The company has signed deals not just to buy content but also to sign top-shelf creators who would come up with the next round of must-see shows. (In August, it lured "Grey's Anatomy" creator Shonda Rhimes from Disney with a development deal.)

The company's original series "Narcos," a drama about the drug trade in Columbia, was the most popular digital original program on any subscription video service in the United States during the week of its third-season launch on Sept. 1, according to the digital measurement firm Parrot Analytics.

"Our future largely lies in exclusive original content that drives both excitement around Netflix and enormous viewing satisfaction for our global membership and its wide variety of tastes," the investor letter said. It said investment in Netflix originals is more than a quarter of its total content budget in 2017 and "will continue to grow."

Netflix said this month that it plans to raise its $9.99-a-month two-stream high-definition plan for new subscribers by $1.

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Veeps Reid Scott added to cast of 'Venom' :smhah:

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| By PharaohKush - 2 days ago

The unexpected Venom casting keeps on keeping on with yet another surprise name thrown into the mix: Veep‘s Reid Scott. Scott joins an already impressive and still growing cast centered around Tom Hardy playing one of Spider-Man’s main antagonists.

We’re still not quite sure how a Spider-Man-free Venom spin-off movie will work, but so far the casting for such a film has been impeccable. Tom Hardy is set to play the eponymous slimy character, one of those late-80s/early-90s comic book characters that screamed “Extreme!” at readers from every page. Since Hardy’s casting, Sony has also announced parts for Manchester By the Sea‘s Michelle Williams, Star Wars: Rogue One‘s Riz Ahmed, and Obvious Child‘s Jenny Slate.

Now Variety reports that Veep‘s Reid Scott is in talks to join the ever-growing cast. Sony declined to comment on the casting news, so there’s no word on just who Scott would be playing, just as there’s really been not much word on who any of the additional Venom cast members are portraying beyond a few brief words…although I have my fingers crossed that Jenny Slate is playing Carnage (note: reports state she’s actually playing a scientist, but I can dream). Scott recently appeared in the Reese Witherspoon comedy Home Again.

The Venom film remains something of an anomaly as of now. Will Venom even work in his own movie without Spider-Man to bounce off of? The character previously appeared in Spider-Man 3, where he was playing by Topher Grace, and pretty much no one liked that. For now, all we know is that the film is being directed by Zombieland helmer Ruben Fleischer and that it’s possibly being planned as something of an “R-Rated action/horror/sci-fi” film, although the addition of funny people like Jenny Slate and Reid Scott suggests that there’s a possibly comedic element at play.

One thing is certain, though: Venom will not be part of the MCU. Though Spider-Man has just found his way into the MCU courtesy of a deal with Sony that resulted in films like Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming, Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige confirmed that the Venom stand-alone would be completely Sony’s baby, saying: “No plans to include [Venom] in the MCU right now. That is Sony’s project.” However, Feige’s comments do not preclude Spider-Man being in the Venom movie. Sony’s Amy Pascal commented that both Venom and the Spidey-verse spin-off Silver and Black about Silver Sable and Black Cat “[T]ake place in the world that we’re now creating for Peter Parker. I mean, they’ll be adjuncts to it, there may be different locations, but it will still all be in the same world and they will be connected to each other.”

At the moment, however, Venom looks to be Spider-Man-free. Of the project, director Ruben Fleischer commented:

“I’ve always been drawn to the more antihero superheroes. There’s a dark element to [Venom] and a wit that has always appealed to me.”

Venom is set to open October 4, 2018.

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Image inside Kevin James: Donna Was Killed Off Kevin Can Wait Because 'We Were Running Out of Ideas'

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| By SM - 2 days ago

Donna died so Kevin Can Wait could live, according to Kevin James. The CBS sitcom’s star and exec producer is speaking out for the first time about the decision to kill off leading lady Erinn Hayes, telling the NY Daily News that the tragedy was necessary to give the series longevity.

“It really felt like this was needed for this show to drive forward,” James insists. “The [premise] of the show didn’t have enough drive. If we got through a second season, I wouldn’t see us getting through a third one. We were literally just running out of ideas.”

Kevin Can Wait‘s Season 2 premiere last month picked up one year after Donna’s off-screen death, addressing her absence only in passing and without identifying the cause of her demise. James’ former King of Queens co-star Leah Remini — who guest-starred in the Season 1 finale as Kevin’s former police partner — was brought back full-time to fill the Donna void.

“When [Leah first] came on … it was just the greatest,” James says. “Fans loved it, everybody on the crew loved it. We just knew right away, so we thought, ‘How can we get her here full-time to be on the show?'”

Producers have yet to play the romance card between Kevin and Vanessa, but Remini tells the Daily News such a development is a matter of when not if. “You have to at some point,” she maintains. “It’s not a ‘no,’ it’s just there’s so many episodes to do before that.”

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RIP Mr. Lahey

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| By Triple0 - 2 days ago

HALIFAX — Actor John Dunsworth, best known for playing Jim Lahey in the comedy series "Trailer Park Boys," has died.

His daughter Sarah Dunsworth confirmed the news in a statement posted to her Twitter feed Monday evening.

She says Dunsworth died "peacefully after short and unexpected illness."

She describes him as an amazing husband, father and grandfather.

Dunsworth, originally from Bridgewater, N.S., is known for playing Mr. Lahey on the "Trailer Park Boys," but was also involved in community theatre for decades.


2017 can go fu*k itself

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Video inside Marvel Studios' Black Panther - Official Trailer [HD]

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Video inside First STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI TV Spot (New Footage And Dialogue Revealed)

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A new TV spot for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has found its way online and it features never before seen footage and dialogue as we hear more from Luke Skywalker and see Poe Dameron, Finn, and BB-8 in action.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now just two months away from hitting theaters and a new low-res TV spot has found its way online today. As you can see, it features a new line of dialogue from Luke Skywalker as he asks Rey why she's there and there are plenty of fresh snippets of footage scattered throughout.

We also get to see Poe Dameron piloting his X-Wing, the hero looking shocked when a Resistance ship is blown up, a pretty funny shot of BB-8 getting his head pulled back in space, and Finn battling Captain Phasma. It remains to be seen how much new footage will be revealed between now and December but there's a very good chance that only very brief snippets like these will be seen in new TV spots.

Either way, it will be no bad thing if Disney and Lucasfilm keep Star Wars: The Last Jedi under wraps as it would be a shame for any major plot points to be spoiled this late in the game. What do you guys think of this latest TV spot? As always, share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

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Ben Affleck was given donkey of the day (His rough week has been confirmed)

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| By Hurricane Grave - 4 days ago

@!!! You crazy for this.
@circleofpurple quote me on this, all of this has just been prep to play the role of Ben's career....

*Zack Synder just hit the slo-mo button at the thought of directing.

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Article inside The Snowman: First Reviews Are Chilly For Michael Fassbenders Thriller

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Michael Fassbender has been going through a bit of a rough, cinematic patch since “Steve Jobs.” The blockbuster “X-Men: Apocalypse” wasn’t what fans were looking for, Disney pretty much gave up on the (underrated) “The Light Between Oceans,” the indie “Trespass Against Us” didn’t connect, Terrence Malick fatigue hit (the also underrated) “Song To Song,” while “Alien: Covenant” underwhelmed. Sadly, next week’s “The Snowman” continues the actor’s unfortunate streak.

The first wave of reviews have hit for the thriller and they are mostly chilly, to say the least. Despite the prestige package — which includes source material by best-selling author Jo Nesbo, and Tomas Alfredson (“Let The Right One In,” “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy“) behind the camera — it seems the story of Detective Harry Hole trying to solve a mysterious murder just doesn’t stick. Here’s what the critics had to say:

The Wrap: “In a film that revels in the gruesome nature of its deaths and the impenetrable mysteries of murder, the climactic showdown is so unimaginative it should be sent to the bottom of the screenwriting class and made to repeat the year.”

The Telegraph: “The Snowman goes wrong quickly, permanently, and in a spiral, turning into a nonsensical nightmare of Scandi-noir howlers from which you sometimes feel you may never awaken.”

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Variety: “There’s a lot happening on the surface of Alfredson’s perplexing winter wonder-why, but considerably less going on inside.”

The Hollywood Reporter: “For all its high-caliber talent mix, ‘The Snowman’ is a largely pedestrian affair, turgid and humorless in tone. The cast share zero screen chemistry, much of the dialogue feels like a clunky first draft and the wearily familiar plot is clogged with clumsy loose ends.”

Indiewire: “For all the considerable nous assembled either side of the camera, no one can rescue it from its own mediocrity: if this were the opening act of a TV miniseries, you’d be exploring other channels some time between the second and third ad breaks.”

The Hollywood News: ” ‘The Snowman’ is gripping, engrossing, terrifying, a story with much intrigue and overbearing foreboding – one of Jo Nesbø’s very best in his series of Harry Hole thrillers. The film version, released this week into cinemas to huge anticipation, is sadly none of those things.”

The List: ” ‘The Snowman’ is a poorly handled potboiler that telegraphs its scares, alerts even the most unobservant viewer to the identity of the killer and fritters away a cast headed by Michael Fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson.”

Den Of Geek: “…the whole production smacks of trouble behind the scenes. The opening credits list the eminent Thelma Schoonmaker as editor; a startling sight to behold, given that ‘The Snowman’’s prologue is cut together with none of her coherence or finesse. IMDb, meanwhile, lists the editor as Claire Simpson, which suggests that a changing of the guard occurred at some point. Add in the news that ‘The Snowman’ had a round of reshoots a year after its initial run of filming concluded, and there’s at least a bit of evidence that something went drastically wrong somewhere along the line.”

Screen Daily: “Jo Nesbo’s Harry Hole series is comprised of page-turning, airport-blockbuster Scandi crime potboilers; Alfredson scorches the seventh, ‘The Snowman,’ with such art-house intensity that it eventually melts into an exhausted puddle.”

Empire: “Many of the problems stem from the storytelling, which takes many disparate parts — two different flashback timelines, a bid to host the Winter Sports World Cup led by J.K. Simmons’ Arve Støp, and Hole’s investigation and his family life— but fails to knit them together into a cohesive whole. As a result, watching the film feels like a trudge through deep snow, and when its revelations come, they fail to make the desired impact.”

BBC Culture: “….maybe Alfredson and his team knew that the Nordic setting was all that separated their film from any other generic, post-Silence of the Lambs exploitation thriller. Take away all of the Scandi-noir signifiers – patterned woolly jumpers, Volvos, frozen fjords, and (for fans of The Bridge) lots and lots of bridges – and The Snowman melts away, leaving nothing but a puddle.

The Guardian: “It’s a serviceable, watchable thriller, with very gruesome images, coagulating around psychopathologies of father obsession and son obsession, and set in the freezing cities of Oslo and Bergen, locations that afford sweeping cityscape views that are made to look cosmopolitan and densely populated yet also weirdly remote, islanded and forbidding.”

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Image inside Sylvester Stallone officially announces that he will be directing Creed 2

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Image inside The Foreigner (2017) (MY REVIEW)

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| By calle13 - 4 days ago

So last night i got the chance to the The Foreigner who the main characters of the film are Jackie Chan & Pierce Brosman. Now.. im going to be 100% blunt, im not a professional movie critic or anything im just a man who loves movies, who's slowly trying to get my way into the movie business in directing so i pay attention to details and such. Movie starts off with Quan (Jackie chan) who picks up his daughter from school, he's on the way to take her to buy a dress for her Prom, As she enters the store an Explosion randomly happens. Quan is devastated as not only his daughter is dead but she was the last family member he had. Quan is looking for the names of the people who had anything to do with and then thats when we get our film.

Now, Im going to say this straight forward but the Trailers are very misguiding. Jackie Chan isn't the main character, the real main character is Pierce Brosman. This movie is more of a Political Thriller so don't come in expecting an Action Pack film.. Yes there is action and when the action goes down its pretty cool / gritty. But they don't last long. Pierce Brosman character was a former member of the IRA (Irish Terrorist Group) who is now working for the Government. The main plot of the film revolves around the mystery of Who was behind the Bombing (not just 1 but 2). So the main story is dealing with how Pierce Brosman's character is dealing with the situation, along with some political conspiracies and then Jackie just pops up " Give Me the Names " and throws some punches & Such.

Jackie Chan's performance was really good ! I mean not saying this movie is Oscar Worthy because its far from that but Jackie brings on this character in ways that i feel i've never seen him do before. This is truly a man who's broken. When you see him hold his daughter or whenever we see him just sitting down in his sadness you really do feel for the man. When the fight scene goes down sure ill admit it isn't his best but its really fu*king good and realistic as possible.

Pierce Brosman also gave a really good performance as we see on how he's dealing not only with the situation of the bombing but along with his personal life situation as well. He really pulled off a good Irishman Accent movie would really have you believing he's Irish.

Overall the movie was " OKAY ". Honestly if you're into political thriller and being able to see what goes down behind the curtains for conspiracies maybe this might be your movie. If you're expecting a Kick-Ass, Action Pack Jackie Chan film ? This will leave you extremely disappointed. Because at the end Jackie Chan's part of the story was literally Just an Add On. Even when the movie finishes you'll realize that Jackie Chan's part of the story had no impact whats so ever to whats going on, so it left me that disappointment. All in all it was a decent movie, i say wait for Download / Stream not really theater worthy. This is not a " Jackie Chan Taken Movie ", Believe me.. Movie would've been Wayyy Better off if it was a Taken replica but hey not all dreams come true. But I sure do hope that Jackie does more hollywood film and even if they are the " Serious " type of films, he does one we're the action sequences are better & the story isn't " Politically Boring ".


Pros :
• Jackie Chan & Pierce Brosman Performance was Great
• Action Sequences We're Good

Cons :
• THIS IS NOT A JACKIE CHAN FILM ! He's a Secondary Character
• Action Sequences felt Short.
• Political Story that isn't really that interesting.
• Pacing issues. Moments when the film drags.

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Now Minka Keylly is coming out against Harvey

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If everyone knew for a years that Harvey was a creep, why is everyone just dogpiling on social media now? Why is this a thing now? Same thing with Bill Cosby, people knew, but Fallon still brought him every week to the late show.

Why not strike when the nigga is ontop and not when he's falling?

Is this some Illuminati sacrifice thing?

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Rose McGowan now says Harvey Weinstein raped her. #WhenItRainsItPours

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