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James Bond’s next film No Time to Die delayed till 2021 — an entire year

No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond film, has been pushed back an entire year. It will now arrive on April 2nd, 2021, the film’s producers confirmed today.

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Roku Channel Live TV Guide review: Hundreds of free channels, but there's a catch

The Roku Channel recently added hundreds of free, live TV channels to its app. But are they good enough to replace your current cable subscription?

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    'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled in Oregon, compared to 'Birth Of A Nation'

    The NW Film Center canceled an Aug. 6 outdoor screening of the 1990 movie "Kindergarten Cop" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, after it was excoriated on Twitter for glorifying the traumatization of children by police and was compared to "Bir

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    Saving Private Ryan: 10 Behind-The-Scenes Facts You Might Not Know About The Movie

    There are few war movies as visceral and emotional as Steven Spielberg's 1998 World War II epic Saving Private Ryan.

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    12 Jaws Behind-The-Scenes Facts You Might Not Know

    Earlier this year, Jaws celebrated its 45th anniversary. Once meant to be a simple man vs. shark movie based on a paperback novel, this early Steven Spielberg movie became the highest grossing film of all-time

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    The Sopranos Creator David Chase Accidentally Reveals Tony's Fate

    In a recent roundtable discussion promoting his new book, The Sopranos Sessions, creator David Chase slipped up and confirmed the fate of his legendary character.

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    Bruce Lee: The Mystery Surrounding the Martial Artist's Death

    The actor was just weeks away from the premiere of 'Exit the Dragon' when he suddenly — and shockingly — died in Hong Kong.

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    It was supposed to be 'A Hard Day's Night' meets 'Star Wars.' It wasn't.

    Remember how Hanna-Barbera made a live-action KISS made-for-TV movie in the '70s?

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    Quentin Tarantino explains why his ‘Grindhouse’ film failed dramatically

    Quentin Tarantino has been reflecting on his career and discussed the topic of Grindhouse, the 2007 double feature which flopped dramatically.

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    Westworld: The Secret Project in Sector 16 Has Been Right There

    Westworld villain Serac's motivation was revealed in 'The Mother of Exiles,' and it ties back to Season 2.

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    You're adjusting to a new normal—which makes sitcoms weird

    Feel uncomfortable watching people socializing normally on your favorite TV shows? We're adjusting to a new normal, and that changes how we feel about TV.

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    The 5 kinds of sci-fi space travel, ranked by realism

    Science fiction is full of ships that can zip around the cosmos. Only some are even loosely based on actual science.

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    ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Release Pushed Back To Christmas Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

    Americans will just have to wait an extra six months before they can watch Tom Cruise jet across the skies in “Top Gun: Maverick,” the sequel to the 1986 hit movie that transformed the actor into a movie star. “Paramount is pushing back

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    Ellis Marsalis Dead: Legendary New Orleans’ Pianist Dies at 85

    Famous New Orleans' pianist Ellis Marsalis passed away at age 85 on April 1, 2020.

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    Can you guess the 1970s show based on one freeze frame?

    We give you one shot to complete this quiz.

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    Here's What Ford v. Ferrari Left Out, As Told By The 1966 Le Mans Winner Himself

    If you’ve sat down to watch Ford v. Ferrari any time recently, you might be inclined to think that you are now a master of—at least—the basics of what went on during the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans. But you definitely didn’t get the whole story—and Chris Amo

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    Why ‘Once Upon A Time’ Deserve Best Picture At This Year’s Oscars

    Hollywood doesn’t have a higher honor. Until Congress starts bequeathing medals to dorky gangster directors for perfect movies, the Oscar will have to do.

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    Nicolas Cage film about Nicolas Cage gets 2021 release date

    A release date has been announced for a new film starring Nicholas Cage, in which the actor stars as a fictionalised version of himself. 

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    Joy Villa wears pro-Trump gown to Grammys: 'Impeached and re-elected'

    Joy Villa turned heads at the Grammy Awards on Sunday in a bold pro-Trump inspired gown.

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    James Bond 'can be of any color, but he is male,' says longtime franchise producer

    The next 007 won't be a woman, according to the franchise's longtime producer. 

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    Quentin Tarantino: I owe my career to 'The Golden Girls'

    The classic 1980s sitcom "The Golden Girls" is legendary for the hilarious antics of Blanche, Dorothy, Rose and Sophia. But what about director Quentin Tarantino?

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    Buck Henry Dead: ‘Graduate’ Writer, ‘Get Smart’ Co-Creator, ‘SNL’ Favorite Was 89

    Buck Henry, the screenwriter behind 'The Graduate' and 'What's Up, Doc?' who also co-created Get Smart and was an early 'SNL' favorite, has died.

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    Ricky Gervais attacks ‘woke’ Hollywood and shreds Apple, Disney and Amazon in savage Golden Globes monologue

    It didn’t take long for the notorious pot-stirrer and five-time host to draw gasps at the 77th annual Golden Globes on Sunday.

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    What George Lucas’ Star Wars: Episode 7, 8 and 9 would have looked like

    The Skywalker Saga is about to come to an end with J.J. Abrams’ The Rise of Skywalker. But before it does, we look back at George Lucas’ own vision for the Star Wars sequel trilogy. Midi-chlorians and The Whills were involved.

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    Robert Forster Dead: Resurgent Oscar Nominee From 'Jackie Brown' Was 78 | Hollywood Reporter

    Robert Forster, the stalwart leading man whose Oscar-nominated performance as a bail bondsman in Quentin Tarantino's 'Jackie Brown' made for one of Hollywood's most heartwarming comeback stories, has died. He was 78.

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    A Hogan's Heroes sequel series is in development from the show's original co-creator

    We have to say, even in a culture rife with reboots, we did not see this one coming. Yesterday, Deadline broke the news that a Hogan's Heroes sequel is currently in development.

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    Bond 25: No Time to Die - Release Date, Cast, Plot and More

    The 25th chapter of the James Bond film series will mark the last movie where Daniel Craig plays the British spy.

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    Choose Your Alliances: Tarantino Latest Victim of Woke Police

    Choose Your Alliances: Tarantino Latest Victim of Woke Police

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    Best Movies of 2019: Good Movies to Watch From This Year - Thrillist

    The best movies in theaters, the best movies on Netflix, the best movies everywhere. Start watching now.

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    Admiral Ackbar Actor Upset About Final Moment As Character. Here's Why.

    Actor Tim Rose, who played Admiral Ackbar in three “Star Wars” films, said that when his last scene as the character was filmed, he felt slighted that he was asked to make a joke instead of being thanked for playing the character.

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    MeTV Presents The Three Stooges on Saturday evenings beginning June 1

    Get your "Nyuks" with full-length, unedited shorts without commercial interruption.

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    R.I.P. Tim Conway, comedy legend of The Carol Burnett Show and McHale's Navy

    The man who brought us Mr. Tudball and Dorf passed away at 85.

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    13 Wild Facts About Easy Rider | Mental Floss

    On May 12, 1969, Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda's low-budget biker flick premiered at Cannes and became “the definitive counterculture blockbuster.”

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    Desi Arnaz was technically the first host of The Twilight Zone

    Desi even offered his own opinion on Serling's first TV teleplay.

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    A 'Spenser: For Hire' reboot is coming with Mark Wahlberg

    Spenser and Hawk are coming back to small screens soon.

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    Guillermo del Toro's Next Movie May Not Have a Creature in It, But It Might Have Leonardo DiCaprio

    Guillermo del Toro has been very careful in selecting his follow-up to his Oscar-winning The Shape of Water, but that movie may now be solidified after landing one of the biggest stars in the world.

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    How The Death Star and Palpatine May Impact THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

    The final moments of the teaser for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker gave us Emperor Palpatine's distinctive laugh. We think he's the true enemy all along.

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    The Ultimate Cord-Cutter Solution: You Might Never Leave Your Home Again

    Analyst Mark N. Vena details his ultimate cord-cutter home entertainment configuration.

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    Tarantino goes back to 1969 with first Once Upon a Time in Hollywood trailer

    Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for Once Upon a time in Hollywood, the ninth film from Oscar-winning writer and director Quentin Tarantino, which follows a pair of actors (played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt) in 1969 against the backdro

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    Good news, would-be game show masterminds: ABC is bringing back Press Your Luck 

    30 years after it originally went off the air, syndicated game show mainstay Press Your Luck is mostly known for two things: Its irritating, cash-gobbling, Noid wannabe mascot The Whammy, and Michael Larson, the guy who set a long-standing record for game

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    'Apollo 11' is a stunning record of human ingenuity: Review

    The new documentary 'Apollo 11' looks back at the moon landing mission of 1969 through never-before-seen IMAX footage and audio.

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    'The Twilight Zone' is one of the most quietly bingeable shows on Netflix

    'The Twilight Zone': Seasons 1-3 and 5 are now streaming on Netflix. Seasons 1-5 are available on Hulu. Jordan Peele's reboot premieres April 1.

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    The surviving M*A*S*H cast reunites and reminisces on Alan Alda's podcast

    Loretta Swit, Gary Burghoff, Mike Farrell and Jamie Farr go down memory lane with Alan Alda.

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    Wayne Newton celebrates 60 years in Las Vegas with new show

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Wayne Newton dropped out of high school his junior year to perform with his brother at a Las Vegas hotel. It was 1959, and he was too young to spend his breaks at the casino and too broke to eat dinner there. Six decades later — with

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    5 New Year's Eve Movies to Help Ring in 2019

    Something to pass the time during that odd limbo period between Christmas and New Year's.

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    15 Timeless Dean Martin Quotes

    “You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on."

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    John C. Reilly Singing Together With An Entire Pub In Ireland Will Make Your Night

    Whatever you are doing tonight, it’s not better than being at O’Connor’s Pub in Doolin, Ireland. There is nothing but pure joy and happiness coming out of that place tonight. Well, except for...

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    Every New Movie and TV Show Coming to Netflix in November

    Highlights on Netflix this November include originals like "House of Cards" and "Narcos: Mexico," among others.

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    One Giant Flop for Moviekind

    John Podhoretz: The new Neil Armstrong biopic starring Ryan Gosling is a joyless schlep.

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    25 Of The Coolest Set Photos In Cinema History

    30 incredible behind the scenes photos from classic Hollywood films

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    The Ghost and Mr. Chicken was essentially Mayberry on the big screen

    Even Wally from Wally's Fillin' Station shows up!

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    WATCH: Luke Skywalker Laments 'Radical Changes' In 'Last Jedi'

    In an interview with IGN published this week, Mark Hamill discussed the "tragic" trajectory of his iconic character Luke Skywalker as portrayed by Rian Johnson in "The Last Jedi," w

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    REVIEW: Factory’s 1966 BATCAVE Model Is an Epic Achievement | 13th Dimension, Comics, Creators, Culture

    To mix Bat-metaphors, there have been all sorts of wonderful toys released since the Batman ’66 merch deal was nailed down several years ago.

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    Pick: Which TV dad do you think commands the most respect?

    Vote for your favorite TV dad who gave the best advice.

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    No, 'Star Wars' Isn't Failing Because Of Hateful Trolls. It's Failing Because Kathleen Kennedy Has Done A Garbage Job.

    On Monday, former Hollywood Reporter editor Marc Bernardin took it upon himself to explain the ongoing failure of the new Star Wars lineup to set the world aflame. His answer: the fans are the problem.

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    'Solo' Is Everything You'd Expect From a Han Solo Movie–And That's Not a Good Thing

    Instead of an origin story that explains how he became Han Solo, this movie shows the iconic character fully formed.

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    The Best Action Movies on Netflix Right Now - Thrillist

    From "Kill Bill" to "Ip Man," we take a look at some of the best action movies available on Netflix.

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    The Simpsons shoots past Gunsmoke to become the longest-running primetime show

    It's Dillon vs. Simpson, and this Sunday, the family man pulls ahead.

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    Sylvester Stallone Already Has Us Pretty Fired Up About 'Creed II'

    There are a lot of connections to "Rocky IV."

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    'M*A*S*H' actor David Ogden Stiers dies at 75 - CNN

    David Ogden Stiers, known for his role as Major Charles Emerson Winchester III in the TV comedy series "M*A*S*H," died Saturday, the agency representing him said.

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    'Black Panther' Review: This Deeply Conservative Movie Makes Captain America Look Like A Neo-Marxist Stooge

    Last week, I blasted the identity-politics-mongering cultural Left for driving a wedge between black Americans and white Americans coming together

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    12 Great Facts About The Good, The Bad and The Ugly | Mental Floss

    Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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    10 times Thanksgiving was done just right on classic TV sitcoms

    These classic sitcoms cooked up extra-special treats for Turkey Days past.

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    20 Best World War 2 Movies of All Time - Top WW2 Films Ever Made

    From war-torn romances to bloody battles, these are the best films that depict the horrors of World War 2—and the humanity at the center of the conflicts

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    Do you remember any (or all) of these 27 obscure 1970s TV show intros?

    Even if you don't know the shows, you'll have some theme songs stuck in your head.

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    About that one time Quentin Taratino played Elvis on 'The Golden Girls'

    It was almost as weird as the Elvis-themed Twilight Zone episode written by George R.R. Martin.

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    Daniel Craig Confirms He’s Playing James Bond Again

    Daniel Craig confirmed on the Late Show that he’ll be returning to the role of James Bond for Bond 25.

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    ‘Hawaii Five-0’ Spinoff: Daniel Dae Kim Exits From Show To Work On A New CBS Series?

    Daniel Dae Kim’s Chin Ho Kelly is definitely one of the most well-loved characters in Hawaii Five-0. Fans of the CBS show were broken-hearted after learning the actor’s sudden departure. ...

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    Christopher Nolan Is Tempted to Direct a James Bond Film

    The prospect of Christopher Nolan directing a James Bond film is one that makes both film fans and studio executives salivate. It’s not something that’s happening just yet—but in a new interview, Nolan admitted he’s been tempted to do it and has a

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    Big Dumb Action Movies You Can Stream All July 4 - Thrillist

    Sometimes you need a big dumb blockbuster where dudes get punched and stuff blows up. These are those movies.

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    What’s Leaving Hulu: July 2017

    Each month, several films and TV shows leave Hulu’s catalogue. We provide a list of departing titles so you can watch them before they’re gone forever.

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    Carrie Fisher Autopsy: Cocaine, Heroin, Ecstasy in Her System | Variety

    Carrie Fisher had cocaine, heroin, and ecstasy in her system when she became ill on a flight in December, according to her autopsy report.

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    It Was Inevitable, Really: Netflix Is Turning Into HBO | WIRED

    Now that Netflix is looking out for its bottom line, its transition to "TV network" seems to be complete.

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    15 Timeless Dean Martin Quotes

    Even today, more than 20 years after his passing, Dean Martin remains the essence of cool.

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    Sir Roger Moore, James Bond actor, dies aged 89 - BBC News

    The actor, best known for his suave portrayal of James Bond, has died aged 89, his family announces.

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    Movies & TV Shows Leaving Netflix in May 2017 - Thrillist

    This May, Netflix bids adieu to "Jurassic Park," lots of Stephen King, and "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown," among others. Here's the complete list of departing titles.

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    Why a U.S. Federal Court Ruled That Marvel's X-Men Aren't Humans | Mental Floss

    Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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    Essential TV Shows to Binge Right Now on Netflix

    We've rounded up the best TV shows on Netflix for you to binge on, from original series to classic programs.

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    Everything That's Leaving Netflix in March | Mental Floss

    Wave goodbye to 'Jaws' and its sequels (yes, 'Jaws: The Revenge' included).

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    ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Star Richard Hatch Dead at 71, Hailed as ‘Gracious Man’

    Richard Hatch, who originated the role of Battlestar Galactica‘s Apollo, died on Tuesday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 71. Hatch’s early career included the role of Phillip Brent on the daytime soap opera All My Children, while his fir

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    The 33 Best Movies to Watch on Amazon: Right Now

    "Ex Machina," "Obvious Child," and more movies in their streaming "Prime."

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    'Timeless' Meets 'Hidden Figures' in 'Space Race'

    Alan Sepinwall reviews "Space Race," the 'Timeless' episode where Lucy and Rufus try to save the Apollo 11 moon landing.

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    The 18 best TV shows right now, according to critics

    The annual Critics' Choice Awards nominations show that HBO, ABC, and Netflix have some of the best TV shows, according to critics.

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    Robert Vaughn, last of the Magnificent Seven, dies aged 83

    Hollywood star Robert Vaughn, who is best known for his role as secret agent Napoleon Solo in the NBC spy series The Man From Uncle, has died at the age of 83.

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    Matthew Weiner Heads to Amazon for His Next TV Move After Mad Men

    A year and a half after wrapping his iconic TV series Mad Men, the show's creator, Matthew Weiner, has finally picked his next TV project. The creator is leaving AMC for streaming, making a $70 million deal with Amazon and The Weinstein Co. for his new, m

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    Review: 'Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusaders' Is (By Default) The Best Batman Movie Of The Year

    This homage doubles as a deconstruction which validates the 1960's television show without invalidating any other version of The Dark Knight.

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    Why has time forsaken Home Improvement? · For Our Consideration · The A.V. Club

    For its 1991-1999 run, Home Improvement dominated TV ratings—even outpacing Seinfeld and Friends. Yet 25 years later, it's rarely part of the cultural conversation.

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    33 Movies We're Absolutely Seeing This Fall

    There are a lot of movies coming out this fall. Here are the ones you need to care about.

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    Adam West, Burt Ward, Julie Newmar return for animated 'Batman' movie

    Holy nostalgia, Batman! The caped crusader is returning to his 1960s television roots in a new animated feature film Batman: Return of the Caped...

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    Noel Neill, Lois Lane In 'Superman' TV Series, Dead At 95

    She was the first to play Clark Kent's colleague and friend.

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    Bill Murray Ends All Fears About The New 'Ghostbusters' Movie

    Bill Murray ain’t afraid of no reboot.

    The new “Ghostbusters” movie has been followed by controversy every step of the way. Some criticized it for having a new, all-female cast, some thought it was perpetuating negative stereotypes and others just hated the trailer.

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    ‘Blade Runner’ Sequel Release Date Moved | Variety

    With pre-production in high gear, Alcon Entertainment has decided to move up the release date of its “Blade Runner” sequel from January 2018 to October 2017.

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    Sad Ben Affleck just heard that everyone hates 'Batman v Superman'

    We are so sorry, Ben. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hasn't exactly been a critical darling — and that hurts Ben Affleck's feelings.

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    Is Harrison Ford too old for another Indiana Jones movie? - CNN.com

    Harrison Ford will dust off his fedora for a fifth installment of the Indiana Jones franchise, due in 2019, and the jokey movie titles were flying on Twitter on Tuesday faster than you could crack a bullwhip.

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    How Batman could create a suit to fight Superman

    Batman stands up and shuts down Superman in a fortifying new suit of armor. We break down how he's able to even the odds.

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    Mel Brooks’ ‘Spaceballs’ Sequel Is A Go — ‘The Schwartz Awakens’ Posters Spoof ‘The Force Awakens’

    The Spaceballs movie was notorious at spoofing the Star Wars franchise, and is at it again. With The Force Awakens having been released, it would make sense to

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    Everything coming and going on Netflix for February 2016 - CNET

    "Full House" is back this month -- and it's even fuller! Plus, you can't top "Teen Witch."

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    21 Things You Might Not Know About 'The Big Lebowski'

    You’re a Lebowski. I’m a Lebowski. These days, pretty much everybody loves The Big Lebowski. But it wasn’t always the case. Since its release and modest reception in 1998, the Coen Brothers' oddball slackerhero tale has enjoyed modern movie history’s most unusual (yet fairly inevitable) ascent to classic status. In association with Lebowski Fest on March 13—a yearly celebration of all things Dude—here are 21 facts that might have eluded even the most accomplished Lebowski achievers.

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    Kylo Ren DIDN'T Kill The Jedi Students Before Star Wars 7? - moviepilot.com

    This confirmed plot detail has huge implications for the Knights of Ren... and the mystery of Rey's past!

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    Listen to a Blooper Reel from the Golden Age of Radio | Mental Floss

    To have made it as an announcer during radio's golden age, you had to have a smooth, mellifluous voice, impeccable diction, and at least a decent grasp of world events. But even the best had their off days. In this YouTube compilation, newscasters from the Australia’s ABC News bungle through the daily news, slurring words, misreading sentences, and repeatedly mispronouncing the names of important people and places (is it “Vietnam” or “Viet-na-man”?).

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    Fan Watches 'Star Wars' for 46 Straight Hours

    Like a long distance runner training for a 10K or a mountain climber steeling themselves to conquer a towering peak, Jim Braden prepared for a grueling endurance test that would challenge himself p...

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    The 10 highest-grossing movies of all time — there's one movie that beats 'Star Wars'

    For this list, we looked at domestic box-office grosses adjusted for inflation to see what old movies would have made in today's dollars.

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    TV dinners: 25 shows to binge-watch this Thanksgiving weekend · Inventory · The A.V. Club

    Thanksgiving weekend in the United States is a four-day festival of overindulgence: Giant meals, giant balloons representing pop-culture favorites, giant savings at the big box store on Friday morning.

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    The 10 Best Movies on Netflix Right Now

    These are the 10 currently streaming Netflix movies you need to watch now.

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    Daniel Craig on His Decade as 007 and Why Spectre Might Be His Last Bond

    Craig talks about playing the "lonely" spy and what he sees for his future.

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    Sylvester Stallone is back as Rocky Balboa - but this time he's in a fight with mortality

    In Sylvester Stallone 's mind, he had hung up the boxing gloves. No more jogging up the Philadelphia Museum of Art steps. No more "Yo, Adrian!" No more one-armed push-ups to the strains of "Gonna Fly Now." No more Rocky.

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    Netflix Knows When You’ll Go From Browsing to Binge Watching | Mental Floss

    The company has pinpointed the exact episodes in different series when viewers get obsessed.

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    Mallrats 2 Begins Production in January!

    Smith originally announced back in March that he has been gearing up for another return to the cinematic “View Askewniverse” he launched in 1994 with Clerks. A sequel to his second feature film, Mallrats 2 is slated to feature the return of Jason Lee, Jeremy London, Ethan Suplee, Shannen Doherty, Michael Rooker, Renee Humphrey, Joey Lauren Adams, Sven-Ole Thorsen, Scott Mosier, Bryan Johnson, Walt Flanagan, Brian O’Halloran, Claire Forlani and, as himself, Stan “The Man” Lee. Of course, Smith will also reprise his role as Silent Bob opposite Jason Mewes’ Jay.

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    Classic Johnny Carson shows return to late-night TV - LA Times

    Heeeere's Johnny -- again. Tribune Broadcasting's Antenna TV has acquired the broadcast rights to the library of "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" and will start airing them in late night Jan. 1.

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    Why The Man from UNCLE Is Still an Indispensable Spy TV Show

    This week, Guy Ritchie takes a stab at recreating the magic of the sixties TV show The Man from UNCLE. The original show gives him a lot to work with, and there are only a few things that the movies needs to nail to get it right.

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    11 Very Unique Places to Catch a Movie | Mental Floss

    Home entertainment systems and online streaming are convenient ways to watch movies, but there are still a few brick-and-mortar movie theaters that aim to give their audiences a unique filmgoing experience.

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    Don Draper's Mad Men Cadillac Sells for $48,980

    After going up for auction last week, the 1965 Cadillac Coupe DeVille used in shooting the final seasons of Mad Men is sold. The star car fetched $48,980. That's a lotta money in 1965 dollars.

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    NBC Fires Donald Trump

    In the wake of his recent comments about Mexican immigrants, NBC has ended its relationship with Trump.

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    15 Fascinating Facts About ‘Saving Private Ryan’ | Mental Floss

    You won't find "FUBAR" in the German dictionary, or any of these little-known facts about Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning WWII drama.

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    ‘Terminator: Genisys’ Is So Silly That It Kind Of, Sort Of Works

    For the life of me, I can’t figure out why the Terminator series is a franchise. James Cameron’s first movie — even though it includes a much more illustrious backstory than it ever needed — is basically “robot chases humans.” It’s so simple that it’s great

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    Patrick Macnee, 'Avengers' star, dies at 93 - CNN.com

    Patrick Macnee, the British actor who played bowler-hatted secret agent John Steed on the 1960s spy series

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    'Star Wars hoverbikes' may be coming to the US military - BBC News

    'Star Wars'-style hover bikes could be coming to the US military after engineers in the UK and US struck a deal with the US Department of Defense.

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    Arnold Schwarzenegger Pranks, Terrifies Fans at Madame Tussauds - Hollywood Reporter - The Hollywood Reporter

    Arnold Schwarzenegger gave fans their money's worth at the Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood. The former governor of California dressed up as his Terminator character and pretended to be a wax statue at the museum — then jumping out and scaring

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    Why it took 10 years to bring 'Jurassic World' to theaters

    The first three "Jurassic Park" films grossed a combined total of nearly $2 billion worldwide, so it's a bit surprising "Jurassic World," the latest installment in the franchise, took a decade to get made.

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    Sir Christopher Lee: Screen legend dies aged 93 - BBC News

    British actor Sir Christopher Lee, who played Count Dracula and starred in The Lord of the Rings, has died aged 93.

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    ‘Seinfeld’ Set Photos Reveal The Fourth Wall Of Jerry’s Apartment

    Something that happened when some sitcoms started following a single-camera format was seeing an entire house, apartment, or room. But multi-camera shows, shot on sets in front of studio audiences, always left out one very crucial element… the fourth wall. Vox uncovered some set photos from Seinfeld, which premiered 25 years ago Sunday (May 31, 1990), that revealed...

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    10 supposedly futuristic technologies in movies that look so dated now

    Movies—no matter how groundbreaking or vision changing or future defining—are trapped under the limitations of the technology of their time. Which often means that a movie’s imagination of the future is handcuffed with those same limitations. Their

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    NBC's "Aquarius": The 1960s Are Ready For Binge-Viewing

    As networks try to keep up with the constantly evolving ways viewers watch content, NBC is dipping a toe in the binge-viewing pond by releasing all thirteen episodes of "Aquarius" starring David Duchovny on NBC.com and the NBC app after the sho

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    What Happened to the Original Batmobile?

    In 1966, George Barris purchased a 1955 experimental Lincoln Futura for $1. In 2013, he sold it for $4.6 million. So where is it now?

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    John Williams Says His New Star Wars Score Will Include the Original Themes

    An extended interview between the revered composer and the author of our Star Wars cover story, Bruce Handy.

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