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- 07/25/14--15:48: TODAY visits the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' set
- 07/25/14--15:50: ONTD Ex-Boyfriend Shia Labeouf Was In Court Yesterday
- 07/25/14--15:51: The Lone Non-Oscar Nominee: A History of Rude Trailer Billing
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- 07/25/14--18:32: Finding Carter Episode 5 Sneak Peak
- 07/25/14--18:59: First Footage From Arrow Season 3
- 07/26/14--13:04: The Avengers Are Starting To Assemble At Comic-Con!
- 07/26/14--13:27: Badass ladies from 'Arrow' post! + Legolas
- 07/26/14--14:11: EW Comic Con Portraits Day 2
- 07/26/14--14:12: 10 (5) Television Spin-Offs of Movies Nobody Remembers
- 07/26/14--14:48: Aretha Franklin Slams Server's D-I-S-R-E-S-P-E-C-T
- 07/26/14--15:13: Comic-Con: Guillermo del Toro Wows With First Look at 'Crimson Peak'
- 07/26/14--15:14: 'The Killing's' Mireille Enos welcomes second baby with Alan Ruck
- 07/26/14--15:34: Comic-Con: Next ‘Godzilla’ Monsters Revealed
"If anything, I was in awe of her talent."
– Rachel McAdams, on rumors that her Mean Girls costar Lindsay Lohan was intimidated by her, to Allure
"I am hungry, though ... and not just for enchiladas. I'm hungry for experience."
– Blake Lively, in an editor's letter for her new lifestyle website, Preserve
"It's not, like, a romantic situation ... It's more of a task."
– Dakota Johnson, on what it's like shooting the steamy love scenes for the hotly anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey movie, on the Today show
"In order to win at life, you need some Kim K skills. Period."
– Kanye West, who is learning to take more of his new wife's advice, to GQ
"I always thought I'd be Paula Abdul."
– Kate Hudson, on her desire to perform at a young age, on Late Night with Seth Meyers
"I'm marrying up."
– George Clooney, on his engagement to British attorney Amal Alamuddin, to Variety
"I've been taking somewhere in the neighborhood of 10,000 pictures of her a day, and she's finally had enough of it. She thinks I'm with TMZ now."
– Jimmy Kimmel, who shared pictures of his newborn daughter, Jane, on his late-night talk show
"Justin is like a girlfriend. He'll do girlie things with you: He'll tan. He'll put your makeup on for you. He gives great advice."
– Amy Sedaris, on longtime pal Justin Theroux, to Elle
"You know, I have slept with a lot of guys in the industry, but none of them helped me get my record deals. Which is annoying."
– Lana Del Rey, denying she slept her way to success, to Complex magazine
this quote was predicted by procedurals a few days ago! please tell us the winning lotto numbers next... thanks!
"True love always prevails."
– Newlyweds Naya Rivera and Ryan Dorsey, on their surprise nuptials, to PEOPLE
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So, TODAY'S Natalie Morales visited the set and Dakota had one lulzy comment to make, which is the main reason why I'm posting this video. I have to admit, I kinda like their banter.
A forlorn Shia LaBeouf headed to court in New York today to face multiple charges for his bizarre outburst during a Broadway performance last month.
The actor, who wore a sharp suit as he appeared at Manhattan Criminal Court, is trying to work out an agreement with prosecutors to resolve the case, his attorney told the judge on Thursday.
LaBeouf, 28, has been charged with harassment, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing for allegedly yelling abuse and slapping actors' behinds during a performance of 'Cabaret' on June 26.
On Thursday, the actor and his lawyer, G. Robert Gage, declined to comment as they left court amid a swarm of cameras and microphones. Shortly afterwards, he was pictured leaving his hotel wearing his usual scruffy uniform of a t-shirt, jeans and combat boots as he headed to the airport.
The throwback-y trailer for The Judge is quite deserving of both love and mockery, given that it has all the hallmarks of a '90s Oscar-bait drama, down to the billing, and I'm sure Vincent D'Onofrio is still smarting about it. In case you don't know what I'm talking about, here's how the actors are billed on-screen: Academy Award Nominee Robert Downey Jr., Academy Award Winner Robert Duvall, Academy Award Nominee Vera Farmiga, Vincent D'Onofrio who's clearly never done anything good with his life, and Academy Award Winner Billy Bob Thornton.
Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating a little bit. But poor D'Onofrio, a fine actor in his own regard, sticks out like a sore thumb in that cast list since he's never netted an Oscar nod. This is a hilariously common trend in movie trailers: someone makes the decision to credit the cast with their trophy wins or nominations, realizes there's one or two actors who lack that credit, but barrels on through anyway. It's an easy YouTube rabbit hole to fall down: which movies, in an effort to puff themselves up to audiences about their massive prestige, ended up being horribly rude to one actor?
Look, when you've got a cast this deep on your hands, you want to show them off. But this is a thriller being released in September. Do we really need to dangle Oscar nominations in front of the viewers? Because yes, Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, and Terrence Howard are all nominees, and Melissa Leo is a winner. But Maria Bello has to be placated with "Golden Globe nominee" (ouch) and Paul Dano gets nada.
Now come on. Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman both get credited for their acting trophies, with specific citations below (Meryl's win for Kramer vs. Kramer is ignored, perhaps because it was in the piffling supporting category). Amy Adams, who is at this point already an Oscar nominee (for Junebug, and she'd score her second for Doubt) gets nada. RUDE.
This is similar to the no credit for Amy Adams situation, but it's even worse. Liam Neeson and Laura Linney get their own billing, complete with "Academy Award Nominee." Then, Timothy Hutton, who has WON an Oscar (for Ordinary People), something those two hacks Liam and Laura still haven't pulled off to this day, gets lumped in some weird three-actors-in-one-shot credit (with Peter Sarsgaard and Chris O'Donnell) that doesn't even give him his due. Hutton. Don't let them shove you around like this.
First: this is a wonderfully atmospheric and tense trailer for a film that didn't quite deliver on all that promise. Second: Academy Award Nominee Kate Winslet (she hadn't won yet), Academy Award Winner Jennifer Connelly ... and Patrick Wilson. Patrick sees what you're doing there. He takes no solace in your "and."
Without a doubt, the strangest situation of them all. I barely understand what this yet-to-be-released movie even is. It has an Expendables 3-level random-ass cast list (Nelly! Tom Berenger!), including a couple of crossovers (Sylvester Stallone! Kelsey Grammer!). Anyone who has an Oscar nomination gets their due. Except for Danny Aiello, who was nominated in 1989 for Do the Right Thing. He's credited as an "Academy Award Winner." Danny, you might want to check with Denzel Washington, because I'm pretty sure he got the trophy that year for Glory. Just sayin'.
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Your prayers have finally been answered, Teen Mom fans. Farrah Abraham and her world-famous backdoor are coming to a big screen near you! Or possibly some shady streaming site near you, either way.
This living legend has been teasing her upcoming movie role for a while now, and we're thrilled to inform you that she's booked a part in a slasher flick called Axeman 2: Overkill. The plot? "It's an 80's style horror flick with lots of humor, gory kills and fun dialog," Farrah says to Search My Trash.
"The character Fannie Rae Baker who I play is seemingly well-intended conservative evangelical do-gooder hiking through a place called Cutler’s Creek for a couple’s Christian camp where the film takes place."
So, yeah, this is basically going to be the most amazing movie of our generation, and lord knows how many Academy Awards Farrah will win.
Farrah's already getting into the nitty gritty of Fanny's character, and says she "will draw upon the overbearing beat the bible over your head mentality that others mention or think of when thinking ‘Uber Bible Thumper.'"
Farrah explains that she was drawn to the role because of its Christian values, and she's been getting ready by practicing lines in front of the mirror.
"I continue to develop my acting abilities so that now I am ready to play characters that challenge my emotions," Farrah muses. She adds that she's inspired by the likes of Jim Carrey and, and inexplicably hates popular flicks like The Hangover and Nebraska. The more you know!
Is anyone else pumped to see Farrah bring Fannie Rae Baker to life in Axeman 2: Overkill? In the words of Jesse Spano, we're so excited, we're so excited, we're so...scared.
Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs are going on a road trip and you're all invited. The Charmed stars reuniting for Off the Map with Shannen & Holly, a new Great American Country reality series.
The six-episode series follows Doherty and Combs on a road trip through Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
"I always wanted to do something in the travel space and really explore America and all its diversity and beauty. To do that with my best friend just makes it that more special," Doherty said in a statement.
The series will follow the two Charmed ones as they "travel unknown roads" and "meet locals" while tackling "exciting adventures" with help from viewers. Starting Friday, July 25, viewers can vote on which activities Doherty and Combs do at each destination on GACTV.com. The road trip will also be chronicled on Twitter with the hashtag #ShannenandHolly.
"To travel America and see everything it has to offer, with my best friend, sounds like the perfect road trip," Combs said in a statement.
Doherty and Combs both appeared in The WB series Charmed as witch sisters opposite Alyssa Milano. Combs currently appears on ABC Family's Pretty little Liars.
Off the Map with Shannen & Holly is slated to premiere in 2015.
Best Halliwell sisters together again
Who do you ship ONTD?
There was barely any Laurel or Thea and instead an abundance of Olicity. Yay....
Michael Rooker undergoes an excellent physical transformation to play Yondu in "Guardians of the Galaxy," but fans of "The Walking Dead" will see a familiar character behind the blue skin and the metal mohawk. According to Rooker, director James Gunn wanted Yondu to have a dash of Merle Dixon mixed in.
"Gunn wrote the role with me [in mind]," Rooker tells Zap2it. Apparently Gunn pitched the character as a "combination of Michael Rooker, Yondu and Merle, all mixed together," and Rooker was intrigued.
"You know how Merle is. I could call you some name or do something really dumb and stupid and mean, but you still kind of like me," Rooker says. "Yondu's the same way. I think people are going to get that. They're going to like the character, but he's not the friendliest guy."
Rooker and Gunn have been friends for nearly a decade, and the former "Walking Dead" star says Gunn was a fan of his even before he cast Rooker in his 2006 horror movie "Slither." "We've been buddies ever since," Rooker says.
Though Yondu is one of the original Guardians of the Galaxy in the comics, he plays a different role in the film. Yondu is a mentor of sorts for Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), and Rooker describes his character as "a very tough-love kind of guy." Though none of the other original Guardians show up in "Guardians of the Galaxy," Rooker hasn't found that to be a cause for concern for fans.
"Most of the tweets are wondering if Yondu's going to have his mohawk -- the fin -- and if he's going to have the bow and arrow," Rooker says. Gunn gave his own spin on Yondu's weapon, and it's been distilled into one very cool arrow. "It's a great weapon," Rooker gushes.
With Rooker's background in television, Yondu would be the perfect "Guardians" character to crossover into the "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" TV series. Rooker says he would "do almost anything" for Marvel, and it's just a matter of finding time in his schedule to make another Yondu appearance. "I would not be opposed to that," he says.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gwendoline Christie, Pedro Pascal, Game of Thrones
Sophie Turner, Kit Harington, Maisie Williams, Game of Thrones
Natalie Dormer, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1, Game of Thrones
David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, Game of Thrones showrunners
Nina Dobrev, Let's Be Cops
Keegan Michael-Key, Nina Dobrev, Rob Riggle, Damon Wayans Jr., Let's Be Cops
Daniel Radcliffe, Horns
Daniel Gillies, Charles Michael Davis, Joseph Morgan, The Originals
Ari Millen, Dylan Bruce, Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, Kristian Bruun, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Orphan Black
Jack McBrayer, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
Chris Hardwick, @midnight
Emily Deschanel, Bones
Freddie Highmore, Vera Farmiga, Bates Motel
Olivia Cooke, Bates Motel
Colin Firth, Kingsman: The Secret Service
Samuel L. Jackson, Kingsman: The Secret Service
Evan Ross, Elden Henson, Natalie Dormer, Mahershala Ali, Wes Chatham, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1
Ricky Whittle, Marie Avgeropoulos, Eliza Taylor, Lindsey Morgan, Devon Bostick, The 100
Salma Hayek, Everly
Sir Ben Kingsley, Boxtrolls
Felicia Day, Geek & Sundry/Spooked
Zachary Quinto, Hitman: Agent 47
Tobias Menzies, Caitriona Balfe, Graham McTavish, Lotte Verbeek, Sam Heughan, Outlander
Ron Perlman, Christina Applegate, Channing Tatum, Book of Life
Travis Fimmel, Katheryn Winnick, Clive Standen, Alexander Ludwig, Vikings
Will Poulter, Dylan O'Brien, Kaya Scodelario, The Maze Runner
Moon Bloodgood, Noah Wyle, Will Patton, Falling Skies
Ana Villafañe, Ben Winchell, Max Steel
Anthony Stewart Head, Roxanne McKee, Tom Wisdom, Alan Dale, Chris Egan, Dominion
Judah Friedlander, Tara Reid, Ian Ziering, Vivica A. Fox, Sharknado 2: The Second One
Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland, Rick & Morty
John Roberts, H. Jon Benjamin, Larry Murphy, Dan Mintz, Bob's Burgers
Emmett Skilton, The Almighty Johnsons
Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, a.k.a., Garfunkel and Oates
Genesis Rodriguez, Kevin Smith, Haley Joel Osment, Tusk
Jon Bernthal, Fury
Mark Gagliardi, Craig Cackowski, Hal Lublin, Ben Acker, Marc Evan Jackson, Ben Blacker, Thrilling Adventure Hour
David Anders, Robert Buckley, Rose McIver, Malcolm Goodwin, Rahul Kohli, iZombie
Andrea Roth, Tricia Helfer, Ascension
Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, John Romita Jr., Dan DiDio, Jim Lee, Scott Snyder, DC Comics
Something that happened a lot more back then than it does now was the practice of spinning off a movie into a television series. With few exceptions, most of these spin-offs run for a season (if that), get cancelled either due low ratings or viewers’ apathy towards it, and then people forget the show ever existed to begin with.
Few examples exist of where a TV adaptation of a movie turned out to be better than the film it spun off from, the two biggest examples being M.A.S.H. and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Let us look at some television spin-offs from shows, which no one cares about either then or now. As a caveat, no animated spin-offs will be included (it would be too easy to stack up that mountain of garbage) and I will have watched an episode of each…because I know all of you want blood as well as the satisfaction of laughing at me for having wasted my time…ya savages. As such, I am going to rank these in terms of offensiveness; from least to most.
RoboCop standing next to Commander Cash (played by none other than ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper), a villain that RoboCop fought in the series…which immediately tells you everything you need to know about the show.
RoboCop is now seen as a classic of the 1980s due to its satisfying amount of violence and its wicked, satirical edge. Who in the world would ever want to watch a television series spin-off of the movie when it takes on a family-friendly tone where most, if not all, of the aspects that made RoboCop such a special and unique kind of action film are absent? Even though there is action (as is expected of any entry in the RoboCop franchise), it is so sanitized (e.g. RoboCop’s gun is now a laser gun and enemies who are clearly shot are later shown to be arrested as if nothing happened to them) to the point where any element of potential excitement immediately flies out the window. It is one thing to make an unnecessary television spin-off from a movie that nobody asked for, but it is another thing to not only do that and cannibalize the property in the process, to the point that it barely recognizes its source material.
Mortal Kombat: Konquest – The Mortal Kombat movies
Scorpion (Chris Casamassa) and an original character, Peron (Josie Davis) in Mortal Kombat Conquest
It is a prequel to the abortion of a movie franchise which are the Mortal Kombat movies; you can not get more unnecessary than that. Next.
The fifth turtle, a designation worse than the fifth beatle
This show (it hurts me to dignify this thing as a show)is a chapter in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise that both fans and Peter Laird (one of the two creators) wish never existed: a live-action spin-off of the live action Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles movies. Aside from being cut-rate and cheaply made, the pointless changes to some of the turtles’ weapons (specifically Michelangelo being given tonfa and Leonardo only having one sword) in an attempt to appease executives’ stupid fears of children becoming murderers, perhaps the single worst thing about this show can be summed up in a name: Venus de Milo.
This show had “bright” idea of adding a light blue masked, fifth ninja turtle named Venus de Milo, who lacked a weapon and instead had the ability to use Shaolin magic. Although the idea of a female ninja turtle, on paper, sounds like a good idea; it really was not and her superficiality was apparent the moment she first appeared on-screen. I would like to say that this piece of shit show buried its own grave, but this would be a lie; the show died the moment the Ninja Turtles appeared in one of the strangest, most pointless cross-overs ever…namely one with Power Rangers in Space…and it was as bad as you think it is.
Ratner (Wallace Langham), Mr. Hand (Ray Walston), and Mike Damone (Step by Step’s Patrick Dempsey)
A teen comedy which is considered to be a classic, albeit one which is not mentioned as much these days, is Fast Times at Ridgemont High. From the cast (Sean Penn and Judge Reinhold being the standouts) to the various, unforgettable moments (that scene being the king of them all), very little of Fast Times at Ridgemont High has aged badly and is as good as a high school movie not involving John Hughes could conceivably be. Much like Delta House, TV executives thought it would be bright idea to make a series based on the movie, sans the R-Rated material; recipe for success, right? How about no.
There is very little daylight between Fast Times and Delta House in terms of how bad and boring they are, they are practically the same show, save for a few key differences. Fast Times stands out because key members from the movie actually had involvement in it, the main ones being director Amy Heckerling (the director of Fast Times At Ridgemont High and Clueless), who ended up directing three of the seven episodes of this show, in addition to Cameron Crowe (who wrote the original book) serving as the creative consultant.
Some odd, new additions to this show were Moon Unit Zappa who (by this point had graduated from high school) served as a technical adviser as far as high school mannerisms and slang were concerned, as well as Danny Elfman and his band, Oingo Boingo, who wrote and performed the theme song.
Make of this what you will…I wash my hands of this abomination. Also, I cannot believe TV Land decided to air this at one point.
Stop me if I am going too far, but I must pose the question that is surely on everybody’s mind: what is the fucking point of spinning off a TV show from a movie that not only came from the golden keys of John Hughes…but also from one where the plot is that of a senior who skips school?!
Everything you need to know about this awful show is can be found in the first few minutes of the pilot: where a douche with a surfer haircut (Charlie Schlatter) claims to be Ferris Bueller, takes out a cardboard standup of Matthew Broderick, proclaims himself to be the real Ferris (Broderick was too “white bread) and the movie was based on him, all of which culminates in him cutting Broderick in half with a chainsaw.
More so than any other entry on this list, this is a prime example of a TV spinoff that A: nobody wanted to see, and B: is completely unnecessary. If you could believe it, there is actually something about this show that is notable: it was the first TV show that Jennifer Aniston starred in (which might be worth less now in retrospect considering she is a crappy actor who stars in nothing but garbage movies).
What made Ferris Bueller’s Day Off the brilliant film that it was, other than John Hughes’ brilliant writing, can be summed in one word: casting; anything related to Ferris Bueller without the involvement of either Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck, or Mia Sara might as well not exist.
Also, Our Robocop Remake project scene, just for fun (NSFW)
Aretha Franklin has some harsh words for a server who showed D-I-S-R-E-S-P-E-C-T by telling the Queen of Soul she wasn't allowed to eat her takeout inside the restaurant.
A spokesman for Franklin says the situation unfolded Tuesday at a Johnny Rockets restaurant on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls.
The spokesman says Franklin ordered a hamburger after performing a sold-out show. But he says the server screamed at Franklin, saying she couldn't sit down to eat because she ordered takeout.
Franklin says in a statement that the worker was "very rude, unprofessional and nasty."
A Johnny Rockets spokeswoman says the franchise owner is sorry for the actions of"a new and very young employee."
She says the owner has spoken with the employee and has clarified his takeout policies.
Any rude service/restaurant horror stories, ONTD?
Guillermo del Toro pumped up the Hall H crowd with a first look at Crimson Peak.
"It's a gothic romance," he said, adding that Legendary allowed him to make it the way he wanted: R-rated, violent, and beautiful.
Del Toro then showed the very first look at the film, still 18 months away from release. The creepy footage showed stars Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, and Charlie Hunnam slinking around an old Victorian mansion.
"Houses as old as this one, become in time, a living thing," star Tom Hiddleston said in voiceover. "It may have timber for bones but windows for eyes, and sitting here all alone, it can go slowly bad. It starts holding on to things. Keeping them alive when they shouldn't be. Some of them good. Some bad. Some should never be spoken about again."
The cast was not present, but Del Toro promised he'd come back in 2015 and bring his stars with him.
"Next year you'll get Tom f---ing Hiddleston."
Del Toro ended his segment by sending the crowd into a rapture once more, urging them to show Legendary how much they would like to see him work on certain dream films. He named Hellboy 3 (to insane applause) and At the Mountains of Madness (strong applause, but not Hellboy levels.)
Del Toro closed with a line proving no one can make the f-word sound as charming as him: "Now, it's over. Thank you very f—ing much."
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It would seem impossible to make Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm disgusting. Both are handsome, funny, and charismatic. This ‘Palisades Park Pet Patrol’ sketch finally takes the two most watchable guys and turns them into something that might make you a little queasy.
Warning, if you are eating you might not want to watch this.
Not since 9 & 1/2 weeks has there been a sexier thing done w/ food tbh
It's a boy for Mireille Enos of "The Killing."
The 38-year-old actress and her husband, Alan Ruck, welcomed their second child on Wednesday (July 23), according to People, which first reported the news.
He was born in Los Angeles at 7:07 a.m. and clocked in at 7 pounds, 3 ounces, the mag said.
Like his mom, the tiny tot has an unusual name: Enos and Ruck are calling their little man Larkin Zouey.
And to save you a Web search or two, we've looked up possible meanings for the moniker: Larkin is a common name of Irish and Gaelic origins. It means "rough" or "fierce" and is usually seen as a last name. Zouey is a city in the African nation of Cameroon. It could also be a derivative of the usually female name Zooey, if Google's "did you mean: Zooey" prompt is taken into account.
Whether those things have any meaning to little Larkin's parents is unclear.
The couple, who wed in 2008, said they were "awestruck" by their son's arrival and that "The whole thing is a miracle."
The proud parents had announced that they were expecting again in February. They're already parents to daughter Vesper Vivienne, 3, who had been excited to meet "MY baby," she said when the couple first broke the pregnancy news.
The "Big Love" alum has been nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe and will appear in Season 4 of the beleaguered crime drama when it lands on Netflix (after two series cancellations) on Aug. 1.
Ruck, 58, who appeared in the late-'90s sitcom "Spin City" and classic comedy "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," has two adult children from a previous marriage.
Mothra, Rodan and Ghidorah will be the next monsters joining Legendary Entertainment’s “Godzilla” franchise, the company revealed at Comic-Con on Saturday.
Gareth Edwards will return to direct after he completes his “Star Wars” spinoff film for Disney and Lucasfilm. That movie is dated for Dec. 16, 2016.
Edwards was not present at the panel since he’s in London working on the “Star Wars” film.
Legendary chief Thomas Tull revealed the “Godzilla” creatures during the start of the company’s Comic-Con panel. “Godzilla” was first introduced at the fanfest in 2012.
After the success of this year’s “Godzilla,” Toho Co., which owns the rights to the character, gave Legendary the greenlight to move forward with sequels and use three of the its most popular monsters from the Godzilla universe.
(Hopefully this time, Godzilla won't be a supporting actor in his own movie.)