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50 minutes ago

‘Coach’ Comes Back As 13-Episode NBC Series Starring Craig T. Nelson

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| By Ham Rove - 50 minutes ago

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A signature 1990s sitcom is coming back for a new chapter. NBC has given a straight-to-series 13-episode order to Coach, with original star Craig T. Nelson on board to reprise his role and creator Barry Kemp set to write.

A sequel to the original series, the new Coach will be set in present day, picking up 18 years after the ABC sitcom went off the air after nine seasons. Coach Hayden Fox (Nelson) — now retired from coaching — is called back to become assistant coach to his own grown son, who is the new head coach at an Ivy league school in Pennsylvania that is just starting up a new team. Kemp and Nelson are executive producing the comedy, which, like the original, will be multi-camera. No other talent is attached.

NBCÂ’s deal for Coach keeps Nelson at the network where he starred on the family drama Parenthood for six seasons. As Parenthood was wrapping its final episodes, Nelson and Kemp got together to brainstorm ideas of bringing Coach back. They homed in on a premise for the project, which was set up at Universal TV, the studio behind the original series.

I hear all four major broadcast networks lined up to hear the pitch, which was taken out to NBC first because of its ties to Uni TV. I hear the network went aggressively after the comedy, buying it pre-emptively with a 13-episode on-air commitment.

Comedy has been going through a rough time at the broadcast networks, which have been struggling to launch new hits for the past couple of years, particularly in the traditional multi-camera format that has produced some of the biggest shows in TV history.

Nelson, repped by Paradigm, Tom Hoberman and Forward Entertainment, will be seen in the comedy Get Hard, which opens tomorrow. Kemp, repped by ICM Parners and Bill Jacobson, also co-created the 1982-90 series Newhart.

Coach is the second popular 1990s ABC sitcom to get a sequel series with the original creators and stars. Last year, Disney Channel successfully launched Boy Meets World offshoot Girl Meets World, which has been renewed for a second season.

The Coach pickup comes as two other signature 1990s series, dramas Twin Peaks and The X-Files, are getting new chapters — also with the original auspices attached — as event series at Showtime and Fox, respectively. They are joining three series from the 2000s that have been brought back for new installments: 24 (Fox), Heroes (NBC) and Arrested Development (Netflix).
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7 hours ago

Video inside Barack Obama Sits Down With David Simon, Geeks Out Over The Wire

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| By Ham Rove - 7 hours ago




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President Barack Obama recently sat down with the creator of one of his favorite television shows, "The Wire." And in addition to praising the five-season HBO series -- which he called one of the greatest pieces of art in the past couple of decades -- the two talked about criminal justice reform as well.

A video of the conversation between Obama and David Simon was shown at the Bipartisan Criminal Justice Summit in Washington on Thursday, which brought together organizations and speakers from both sides of the aisle who are supportive of criminal justice reform. It was shared with reporters later in the afternoon.

“There is an increasing realization on the left, but also on the right, politically, that what we’re doing is counterproductive. Either from a libertarian perspective, the way we treat non-violent drug crimes is problematic, and from a fiscal perspective, it’s breaking the bank, that you end up spending so much more on prison than you would with these kids being in school or even going to college, that it’s counterproductive,” Obama said during his conversation with Simon. “We’re all responsible for at least finding a solution to this.”

Watch the president geek out over "The Wire" above.
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8 hours ago

Marvel vs. DC [2015 Edition]

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| By SpazzOut - 8 hours ago

Aight so the last thread was made 2 years ago and it's new members and different opinions now so let's start this up again.



In my personal opinion, I'm going with DC. Aside from Spiderman, none of the other Marvel characters have held my interest. I feel as though DC's characters are more iconic. Everyone and their grandma knows who Batman and Superman is. They're almost synonymous with greatness. Not only that, but DC also makes way better villains which are just as important as the heroes. I couldn't even name 5 villains off the top of my head outside of Spidermans. Also, I believe in quality over quantity. DC Animated Movies & Cartoons >>>> Marvels. Batman alone is arguably the best superhero of all time. But again, all my opinion

 
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8 hours ago

Video inside Yo Mama Battle 90's (Uptown Comedy Club)

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8 hours ago

Article inside Jason Segel & Drew Pearce To Write & Direct ‘Lego Movie’ Spin-Off ‘Billion Brick Race’

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Hollywood loves Lego, due in no small part to the massive success of "The Lego Movie." Disney plans the limited series "Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales," while Warner Bros. has "The Lego Movie 2," "Lego Batman," and "Ninjago" movies all coming in the next few years. Now, toss another one onto the pile.

THR reports that Jason Segel and Drew Pearce have been hired to co-write and co-direct "The Billion Dollar Brick Race" for WB. This is a potent pairing. Segel helped Disney revive "The Muppets," and when he left they couldn't replicate his magic touch, while Pearce knows his way around the blockbuster world with work on "Iron Man 3" and "Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation," along with the developing bro-version of the "Ghostbusters" reboot. So this is in good hands, but as for the plot? No word yet, as it's being kept secret for now.

There's no release date either, and development is early, but clearly, Warner Bros. believes Lego is a brand they want to keep building on. (Sorry).

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8 hours ago

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8 hours ago

Image inside New Infographic Lays Out Canonical 'Star Wars' Timeline With Films, TV And Books

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| By Steve - 8 hours ago


The "Star Wars" universe is getting bigger, and if you're not on your toes, even more confusing. Between now and the release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," there's a staggering twenty books of all shapes and sizes, for all ages, coming to fill in the story gap from "Star Wars: Episode VI — Return Of The Jedi" and the new sequel. But that's not all. There are TV shows too offering more tangents to the main narrative, so it's understandable if you're not sure where everything stands. But hopefully this little infographic will help.

The eagle eyes at Star Wars Bibliothek (via Film Divider) noticed that in the Amazon preview for the upcoming book "A New Dawn" (which is set between Episodes III and IV, FYI), there's handy timeline of where the upcoming novels, TV shows ("The Clone Wars" and "Rebels") and videogames ("Battlefront") fit in the canonical "Star Wars" timeline.

It's a nice look at just how extensively the folks at Lucasfilm and Disney are going to officially lay down even more story groundwork, and while I'm not going to go that far into my fandom, for those willing to hop down the rabbit hole, it's probably a lot of fun. So check out the timeline below, and to help you out a bit more, we've include the book synopses for all the upcoming novels mentioned.



"Dark Disciple"
Based on unproduced scripts from the blockbuster TV show Star Wars: The Clone Wars!

The only way to bring down the dark sideÂ’s most dangerous warrior may be for Jedi and Sith to join forces.

In the war for control of the galaxy between the armies of the dark side and the Republic, former Jedi Master turned ruthless Sith Lord Count Dooku has grown ever more brutal in his tactics. Despite the powers of the Jedi and the military prowess of their clone army, the sheer number of fatalities is taking a terrible toll. And when Dooku orders the massacre of a flotilla of helpless refugees, the Jedi Council feels it has no choice but to take drastic action: targeting the man responsible for so many war atrocities, Count Dooku himself.

But the ever-elusive Dooku is dangerous prey for even the most skilled hunter. So the Council makes the bold decision to bring both sides of the Force’s power to bear—pairing brash Jedi Knight Quinlan Vos with infamous one-time Sith acolyte Asajj Ventress. Though Jedi distrust for the cunning killer who once served at Dooku’s side still runs deep, Ventress’s hatred for her former master runs deeper. She’s more than willing to lend her copious talents as a bounty hunter—and assassin—to Vos’s quest.

Together, Ventress and Vos are the best hope for eliminating Dooku—as long as the emerging feelings between them don’t compromise their mission. But Ventress is determined to have her retribution and at last let go of her dark Sith past. Balancing the complicated emotions she feels for Vos with the fury of her warrior’s spirit, she resolves to claim victory on all fronts—a vow that will be mercilessly tested by her deadly enemy . . . and her own doubt.

"Lords Of The Sith"
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. . . .

When the Emperor and his notorious apprentice, Darth Vader, find themselves stranded in the middle of insurgent action on an inhospitable planet, they must rely on each other, the Force, and their own ruthlessness to prevail.

“It appears things are as you suspected, Lord Vader. We are indeed hunted.”

Anakin Skywalker, Jedi Knight, is just a memory. Darth Vader, newly anointed Sith Lord, is ascendant. The Emperor’s chosen apprentice has swiftly proven his loyalty to the dark side. Still, the history of the Sith Order is one of duplicity, betrayal, and acolytes violently usurping their Masters—and the truest measure of Vader’s allegiance has yet to be taken. Until now.

On Ryloth, a planet crucial to the growing Empire as a source of slave labor and the narcotic known as “spice,” an aggressive resistance movement has arisen, led by Cham Syndulla, an idealistic freedom fighter, and Isval, a vengeful former slave. But Emperor Palpatine means to control the embattled world and its precious resources—by political power or firepower—and he will be neither intimidated nor denied. Accompanied by his merciless disciple, Darth Vader, he sets out on a rare personal mission to ensure his will is done.

For Syndulla and Isval, itÂ’s the opportunity to strike at the very heart of the ruthless dictatorship sweeping the galaxy. And for the Emperor and Darth Vader, Ryloth becomes more than just a matter of putting down an insurrection: When an ambush sends them crashing to the planetÂ’s surface, where inhospitable terrain and an army of resistance fighters await them, they will find their relationship tested as never before. With only their lightsabers, the dark side of the Force, and each other to depend on, the two Sith must decide if the brutal bond they share will make them victorious allies or lethal adversaries.
"Tarkin"
Bestselling Star Wars veteran James Luceno gives Grand Moff Tarkin the Star Wars: Darth Plagueis treatment, bringing a legendary character from A New Hope to full, fascinating life.

HeÂ’s the scion of an honorable and revered family. A dedicated soldier and distinguished legislator. Loyal proponent of the Republic and trusted ally of the Jedi Order. Groomed by the ruthless politician and Sith Lord who would be Emperor, Governor Wilhuff Tarkin rises through the Imperial ranks, enforcing his authority ever more mercilessly . . . and zealously pursuing his destiny as the architect of absolute dominion.

Rule through the fear of force rather than force itself, he advises his Emperor. Under Tarkin’s guidance, an ultimate weapon of unparalleled destruction moves ever closer to becoming a terrifying reality. When the so-called Death Star is completed, Tarkin is confident that the galaxy’s lingering pockets of Separatist rebellion will be brought to heel—by intimidation . . . or annihilation.

Until then, however, insurgency remains a genuine threat. Escalating guerrilla attacks by resistance forces and newfound evidence of a growing Separatist conspiracy are an immediate danger the Empire must meet with swift and brutal action. And to bring down a band of elusive freedom fighters, the Emperor turns to his most formidable agents: Darth Vader, the fearsome new Sith enforcer as remorseless as he is mysterious; and Tarkin—whose tactical cunning and cold-blooded efficiency will pave the way for the Empire’s supremacy . . . and its enemies’ extinction.

"A New Dawn"
“The war is over. The Separatists have been defeated, and the Jedi rebellion has been foiled. We stand on the threshold of a new beginning.”—Emperor Palpatine

For a thousand generations, the Jedi Knights brought peace and order to the Galactic Republic, aided by their connection to the mystical energy field known as the Force. But they were betrayed—and the entire galaxy has paid the price. It is the Age of the Empire.

Now Emperor Palpatine, once Chancellor of the Republic and secretly a Sith follower of the dark side of the Force, has brought his own peace and order to the galaxy. Peace through brutal repression, and order through increasing control of his subjectsÂ’ lives.

But even as the Emperor tightens his iron grip, others have begun to question his means and motives. And still others, whose lives were destroyed by PalpatineÂ’s machinations, lay scattered about the galaxy like unexploded bombs, waiting to go off. . . .

The first Star Wars novel created in collaboration with the Lucasfilm Story Group, Star Wars: A New Dawn is set during the legendary “Dark Times” between Episodes III and IV and tells the story of how two of the lead characters from the animated series Star Wars Rebels first came to cross paths. Featuring a foreword by Dave Filoni.

"Heir To The Jedi"
A thrilling new adventure set between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, and—for the first time ever—written entirely from Luke Skywalker’s first-person point of view.

Luke Skywalker’s game-changing destruction of the Death Star has made him not only a hero of the Rebel Alliance but a valuable asset in the ongoing battle against the Empire. Though he’s a long way from mastering the power of the Force, there’s no denying his phenomenal skills as a pilot—and in the eyes of Rebel leaders Princess Leia Organa and Admiral Ackbar, there’s no one better qualified to carry out a daring rescue mission crucial to the Alliance cause.

A brilliant alien cryptographer renowned for her ability to breach even the most advanced communications systems is being detained by Imperial agents determined to exploit her exceptional talents for the EmpireÂ’s purposes. But the prospective spyÂ’s sympathies lie with the Rebels, and sheÂ’s willing to join their effort in exchange for being reunited with her family. ItÂ’s an opportunity to gain a critical edge against the Empire thatÂ’s too precious to pass up. ItÂ’s also a job that demands the element of surprise. So Luke and the ever-resourceful droid R2-D2 swap their trusty X-wing fighter for a sleek space yacht piloted by brash recruit Nakari Kelen, daughter of a biotech mogul, whoÂ’s got a score of her own to settle with the Empire.

Challenged by ruthless Imperial bodyguards, death-dealing enemy battleships, merciless bounty hunters, and monstrous brain-eating parasites, Luke plunges head-on into a high-stakes espionage operation that will push his abilities as a Rebel fighter and would-be Jedi to the limit. If ever he needed the wisdom of Obi-Wan Kenobi to shepherd him through danger, itÂ’s now. But Luke will have to rely on himself, his friends, and his own burgeoning relationship with the Force to survive.

"Aftermath: Star Wars: Journey to The Force Awakens"
The second Death Star is destroyed. The Emperor and his powerful enforcer, Darth Vader, are rumored to be dead. The Galactic Empire is in chaos.

Across the galaxy, some systems celebrate, while in others Imperial factions tighten their grip. Optimism and fear reign side by side.

And while the Rebel Alliance engages the fractured forces of the Empire, a lone Rebel scout uncovers a secret Imperial meeting. . . .

http://blogs.indiewire.co...books-20150326

 
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10 hours ago

Video inside Dope Official Trailer #1 Starring Zoe Kravitz & Forest Whitaker

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10 hours ago

Article inside Review: DreamWorks Animation's 'Home' Starring Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez And Jim Parsons

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| By Steve - 10 hours ago


DreamWorks Animation, as a company, is poised at a precarious juncture. The animation studio, founded by former Disney exec Jeffrey Katzenberg and, at one point, a genuine challenger to their throne, has been crippled by a string of financial disappointments that have lead to a dramatic corporate restructuring, consolidation of efforts, and talk that, if things continue like they have, insolvency by 2019. Last year DWA released three movies. This year, they're releasing one – "Home." This was a film that was supposed to open last fall, but at the last minute Katzenberg swapped its release with "The Penguins of Madagascar," hungry for a fourth quarter smash. That didn't happen and now, justly or not, "Home" carries the weight of an entire studio on its back. But if DreamWorks Animation is hoping to get back on track with this movie, a lavish sci-fi comedy based on a recent children's book, they're pretty much doomed.

Almost from the opening seconds of "Home," you get the feeling that things are amiss. The central plot, a loose adaptation of "The True Meaning of Smekday" by Adam Rex, concerns a group of aliens called the Boov who are looking for a new home. They're squishy and cuddly and totally clueless and when they land on earth, they think they've found their new home. It's just, you know, there are tons of people there, too. So the aliens round up humanity and stick them all on Australia. The first act of the movie follows Oh (Jim Parsons), a hapless Boov who stumbles upon Tip (Rihanna), a human who has somehow escaped relocation; together the two search for her missing mother Lucy (Jennifer Lopez) and learn a thing or two about each other.


Now, there are some things that are inherently wrong about this set-up. First off, no matter how cute the aliens are (and they really are – they look like gummy tree frogs and are the color of grape soda), they're inherently villainous and unlikable. They took over Earth and shoved the entire human race into Australia, a country known more for its poisonous spiders than hospitable environments. And what's worse, director Tim Johnson (a DreamWorks Animation vet who has been with the studio since their first release "Antz"), asks you to compassionately care about one of the aliens. It just doesn't work.

Secondly, Oh is insanely annoying – and from a narrative standpoint makes very little sense. There's a running joke that he's called Oh because the other aliens dismissively utter "Oh…" every time he pops up. And after that initial act, where he's basically the only character on screen, it's hard not to sympathize with those aliens that wanted nothing to do with him. Parsons' voice is grating and Oh speaks in a weird pidgin dialect that is almost instantly recognizable as being Jar Jar-like. The other defining characteristic of Oh is that he's a fu*k up. He doesn't fit in because he always makes a mess of things, which is part of the reason he was able to bond with a marooned human. But at some point the narrative momentum runs out (we'd argue that this happened about five minutes after the movie started, but hey), so Oh is called upon to retrofit an Earth car with all of these fantastical, futuristic gadgets that he's cribbed from a local convenience store. How does he do this? Why isn't he seen as a genius scientist to his native people? Like the rest of "Home," it makes no sense whatsoever.


This kind of otherworldly friendship dynamic is something that has been successfully attempted in the past, most notably with "E.T." and is uniquely suited to animated features ("The Iron Giant" and "Lilo & Stitch" immediately come to mind). But these movies require a delicate touch and for a number of specific elements to be in place and "Home" doesn't get the formula right. It's all over the place, tonally, with a number of DreamWorks Animation hallmarks, including crude bathroom humor, reinforcement of tired gender tropes, and pop culture ephemera (this time, a fixation on EDM-influenced pop music), colliding into one another loudly instead of synthesizing smoothly. At one point it was announced that Rihanna, whose vocal performance is nearly robotic, would have an entire album's worth of material based on the film. That ambitious plan didn't pan out and instead we're left with three songs that barely pass as B-side curiosities, augmented by other, lesser pop songs and a dubstep-inspired score by Lorne Balfe and Norwegian producing team Stargate. That should make it pretty clear how much of a staggering miscalculation "Home" is.

If there's one ray of sunshine in this rather dreary production (save for a jaw-dropping and undoubtedly expensive sequence involving oversized bubbles), it's Steve Martin, who plays the leader of the Boov, Captain Smek. Martin's elastic vocal performance is more impressive than any bit of animation in the film and his ability to craft a fully formed character, both hugely optimistic and wildly misguided, is something that deserves attention and respect, especially given how little is going on in "Home." Every time Martin's character appears on screen, a mustache of little tentacles hovering above his lip, "Home" is enlivened and given the heart and complexity it so desperately lacks elsewhere (the main emotional thrust of the movie is a nonstarter). Sadly Martin's role is little more than an oversized cameo and the rest of "Home" is not the kind of place you want to stay for very long. This is not the hit film that DreamWorks Animation was hoping for; if anything it will only signal more trouble for the studio. Hopefully they'll get back on their feet but "Home" certainly isn't going to help accomplish that.

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10 hours ago

ABC's 'Uncle Buck' Casts Second Leading Man

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| By Ham Rove - 10 hours ago


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ABC's Uncle Buck remake has found its responsible brother.

Men at Work alum James Lesure has been tapped to star in the network's remake of the 1989 feature of the same name, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Based on John Hughes' movie about a childish man who learns how to be an adult by taking care of his brother's kids in a very childish way, Lesure will star as Will Russell, Buck's (Mike Epps) younger yet more accomplished brother. A reasonable and patient father, Will is a successful architect who is willing to do anything to make his wife, Alexis (Nia Long), happy. He accepts 
Buck's faults, knowing he has a good heart. Garrett M. Brown played the role in the film.
Lesure joins a cast that also includes Aalyrah Caldwell, Sayeed Shahidi and Iman Benson.

Steven Cragg and Brian Bradley are attached to write and executive produce ABC's Uncle Buck alongside Will Packer via his prolific Will Packer Productions banner. The single-camera comedy hails from ABC Studios, Universal Television and Packer's banner. Phil Traill will direct.
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10 hours ago

Article inside Marvel Reportedly Wants Adam McKay To Direct One Of Their Movies

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Here's the Marvel rumor of the day, which isn’t really much of a stretch when you think about it. Word is that the comic studio wants “Anchorman” and “Step Brothers” filmmaker Adam McKay to direct one of their movies.

Now this shouldn’t be much of a big leap for the imagination. Marvel already tried to get McKay to direct “Ant-Man” after filmmaker Edgar Wright left the project last summer. McKay turned down the offer, seemingly because he wasn’t comfortable enough with the short window of pre-production he would be allowed, but McKay, friends with the movie’s star, did end up co-writing the screenplay with Paul Rudd himself (and changed it enough that original writers Wright and Joe Cornish only have a "story by” credit now).

So what’s the movie McKay will helm? It’s unknown. Latino-Review says, "Adam McKay is in the on-deck spot to direct a Marvel movie. Which Marvel movie remains hazy." The publication speculated it might be “Inhumans” which is already set for a summer release in 2019. It’s a ways off, but it could make sense given that most of the far-off Marvel movies already have directors pegged for them, aside from “Black Panther” and “Captain Marvel.” And given that “Inhumans” is a lesser-known title like “Guardians Of The Galaxy” was, McKay could easily bring a witty, personal, comedic touch to it — much like James Gunn did with what is being called Marvel’s Cosmic Universe — without disrupting the tone of the original comics too much. Time will tell, but Marvel is probably on the hunt for filmmakers for ‘Panther,’ “Captain Marvel” and “Inhumans,” and we'd wager it won't be long until those names are revealed.

A “comedy” director helming a Marvel movie? It might have felt strange a few years ago, but given what Gunn did with ‘Guardians’ and Peyton Reed on the upcoming “Ant-Man” film, this could end up the norm in the foreseeable future.

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10 hours ago

Article inside Chelsea Handler Says Bill Cosby Once "Tried to Cosby" Her

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Comedian Chelsea Handler says that she could've been part of the long list of women who claim they were sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby. Speaking with Esquire, Handler recounted a night when Cosby invited her up to his suite in Atlantic City.

Handler said she was performing at a hotel in Atlantic City "like ten years ago," when Cosby sent someone from the hotel to invite her to his suite.

"And I thought, That's really weird," Handler said. "I don't want to go alone. I go, I don't know him. So the three guys I was with--thank God these guys were with me."

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"I brought them up with me to his room and thank God I did, because now I know what would've happened if I went up there alone. And I forgot about it when all the stories about Bill Cosby came out. ... I didn't even think of it. Then my friend texted me the other day saying, 'Do you remember that night we went up to, or that afternoon we went up to Bill Cosby's and you were so freaked out you made us come with you?' And I said, Yeah, and he said, "Hello! You could've been one of his victims if we weren't there." And I went,Oh my gosh... Yeah, so yeah, he's guilty."

Nearly three dozen women have come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault committed over the past five decades. Cosby has not been charged with any wrongdoing, and continues to perform stand-up comedy.


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10 hours ago

Image inside _____ Ppl Mad. Spider Man Miles Morales joining All New Avengers

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It looks like Spider-Man Miles Morales is joining the Avengers after this summer's Secret Wars comic book event. If things are indeed as they appear, that means Miles will make the jump from the Ultimate Marvel Universe to the main Marvel Universe, or at least whatever constitutes the "main Marvel Universe" after Secret Wars ends.


The full cover to Marvel's Free Comic Book Day offering -- leaked on 4chan late yesterday -- shows Miles as part of the All-New, All-Different Avengers that will form after Secret Wars. The team also features Iron Man (is that Tony Stark or someone "all-new"?), Captain America (Sam Wilson), Vision, Nova (Sam Alexander), Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) and the female Thor. Details on how this team forms and why are unknown, but we expect to find out during Secret Wars -- an event that sees the Ultimate Marvel U and the main Marvel U smashing together.
The cover also reveals the new creative team: writer Mark Waid, artist Mahmud Asrar and colorist Laura Martin.
The inclusion of Miles is notable for several reasons.
The character was created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli in 2011 in Marvel's Ultimate line of comics, which take place in an alternate universe. When the Ultimate U's Peter Parker died, Miles took up the mantle in a red-and-black costume. Half black and half hispanic, he was a rare minority character in a leading role using the name of one of the world's most popular heroes. A large fan base immediately formed around the character, and even as Marvel's Ultimate comics line dwindled, Miles' book remained a shining star thanks to the high-quality storytelling.
When Sony and Marvel Studios made a deal to feature Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Miles' name was immediately caught up in the rumor mill as the character who would be the next on-screen Spider-Man. New Spider-Man casting rumors appear to refute that, however.
With the Ultimate U assumedly being destroyed during Secret Wars, the fate of Miles has been a big worry for his fans. It appears that they need not worry, as he will apparently come out of Secret Wars alive and well -- and an Avenger, to boot!
This leaves a long list of burning questions, top among them: Will Miles still have a solo Spider-Man comic, and if he does, will Bendis still write it? Will Peter Parker still be Spider-Man alongside Miles, or will Miles replace him? Does bringing Miles to the main Marvel U in the comics help his chances at being in the movies? We'll report the answers as they come.
Wack ppl mad. The forums n comment sections on IGN and such are on fire.

 
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11 hours ago

Video inside Super Troopers 2 Hits $2M Crowdfunding Target in Just 24 Hours

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Broken LizardÂ’s crowdfunding campaign for Super Troopers 2 has been an immediate success, securing the USD$2 million minimum funding goal in just one day.

“If we could cry, we'd be crying,” reads a new update on the Super Troopers 2 Indiegogo project page. “Thank you so much. Sincerely. We can make the skinny version of Super Troopers 2 but I think we all want the muscular version so let's keep going.”

The money raised so far via the campaign will be enough to finance a sequel to Broken Lizard’s 2001 cult comedy hit, although the team warns that this total is the “bare minimum we’ll need to get into production.”

“We’ve got some big stuff in the script, and if we’re able to raise enough money, you’ll get to see all of it,” explains the team’s Indiegogo pitch. “The more we raise, the more amazing stuff we can put in the movie. More action, more cameos, more shenanigans, and fine, more Farva.”

he campaign has 30 days left to run. Several of the perk tiers are already sold out, but if youÂ’ve got a spare USD$25,000 lying around the opportunity to have the Super Troopers squad as groomsmen (or even bridesmaids) at your wedding is still up for grabs. There's only one of those, so if you want it, move meow.

You can check out IGNÂ’s interview with Broken LizardÂ’s Jay Chandrasekhar and Kevin Heffernan on why crowd funding was the best option, who will be back, and why rehashing jokes won't happen here

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11 hours ago

IFC Developing Father-Son Comedy From Ben Stiller, Jake Fogelnest, Legendary TV

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Following their collaboration on the comedy variety series The Birthday Boys, IFC is reteaming with Ben Stiller’s Red Hour on a new project — comedy Start Making Sense (working title), from creator and writer Jake Fogelnest (Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp, Billy On The Street). The network has ordered multiple scripts from the project, now in development, which is being produced by Legendary Television and executive produced by Stiller, Debbie Liebling, Stuart Cornfeld, and Mike Rosenstein through Red Hour.

The show, which stems from Red HourÂ’s TV/digital production deal with Legendary, is in contention for the networkÂ’s 2016 lineup.

Start Making Sense follows Jack, who is desperately clinging to his fading relevancy as a best-selling author, and his son, Shane, basking in popularity by expressing his teenage angst in 140 characters or less. As these generational voices collide they must navigate new waters of texts, trust and rock and roll.

“Jake is an incredible storyteller who has created a cast of characters who explore the comedic side of the modern generational divide,” said IFC SVP Original Programming Christine Lubrano. “We look forward to these scripts taking many slightly off turns into the depths of family dysfunction.”
http://deadline.com/2015/...tv-1201399047/

 
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11 hours ago

Article inside HBO Reups Deal with Vice News Through 2018

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| By Steve - 11 hours ago


HBO renewed its deal with Vice Media through 2018, expanding the premium cablerÂ’s agreement for the counter-culture programming from the upstart media company.

Time WarnerÂ’s HBO said it will increase the networkÂ’s current-events coverage, bringing ViceÂ’s content to subscribers in a wide-range of formats, including: a Vice daily newscast, comprising five half-hour shows per week, 48 weeks a year; a four-year extension on the weekly HBO series (increasing the episode count from 14 to 35 per year).

More to come.

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11 hours ago

Article inside The X-Files revival: 7 things we want to see

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| By Steve - 11 hours ago


So The X-Files is finally coming back. But what kind of X-Files will we get? There was the originally series, which increasingly got tangled in its alien conspiracy mythology and then pretty much everybody agrees went a couple seasons too long. There were two movies. ItÂ’s been 13 years. ThereÂ’s no details yet on what to expect other than Fox has ordered six episodes with original stars original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson signed on to revive their iconic roles as paranormal investigating FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.

But here is our seven hopes for the revival:

1. Stand-alone episodes: Fans are very divided between those who prefer the mythology episodes vs. the stand-alone hours. I usually go the other direction on this issue, wanting shows to be more serialized. But The X-Files often (not always, but often) worked best when telling singular stories – like “Ice,” “Die Hand Die Verletzt,” “Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose” and the infamous “Home.” This would also make it easier for the show to attract new viewers. Creator Chris Carter may have hinted in his statement about the series order today that stand-alone episodes could be the plan: ”The world has only gotten that much stranger, a perfect time to tell these six stories.” Or maybe not. Count this as the first of many bits of cryptic information we’re likely receive.

2. Focus on Mulder and Scully: Sort of a no-brainer, but letÂ’s hope there isnÂ’t an effort made to introduce new agents to potentially continue the franchise (no John Doggett and Monica Reyes, in other words).

3. Return to Vancouver: X-Files will start production this summer, but Fox won’t say where. With so many shows on TV filming in budget-conscious Vancouver nowadays – from ABC’s Once Upon a Time to The CW’s Arrow – there’s a temptation to want a fresh environment for the revival (like we saw in the globe-trotting first The X-Files feature film in 1998). And yet, it would be hard for X-Files to feel like X-Files if shot anywhere else.

4. Ditch Mulder and ScullyÂ’s romance: Mulder and Scully were awesome as investigative partners with some romantic chemistry. As actual romantic partners Â… not so much. Some will disagree, but if weÂ’re picking up this story years later and we learn their relationship hadnÂ’t worked out, it would add some playful tension and be more interesting if theyÂ’re back to being professional again. And you know, there was something that felt even more like kissing-your-sister than anything on Game of Thrones whenever this happened:



5. Bring back the great writers:
X-Files is known for having launched the careers of some incredible TV writers, such as Vince Gilligan (Breaking Bad), James Wong (American Horror Story), Howard Gordon (24), Darin Morgan (Fringe) and Alex Gansa (Homeland). ItÂ’s can be tricky to get certain names while theyÂ’re attached to existing projects, but hopefully Carter will be able to tap some of his original dream team to contribute an episode (who wouldnÂ’t want to see a post-Walter White episode of X-Files by Gilligan?). On the other hand, ideally the show would seek out fresh names for other positions, such as aÂ…

6. New supporting cast: I know most will disagree on this – as will the producers, I suspect – but hear me out: Is it better for Mulder and Scully to have a new boss they have to prove themselves to, or to be partnered once again with the supportive clench-jawed Assistant Director Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) who’s seen it all? Would it be better to have new villains, or to go back to Cigarette Smoking Man (William B. Davis)? (Surely he’s died of lung cancer by now?). Nostalgia makes us want to keep things the same, but it just wouldn’t make much sense to have all the same secondary characters still hanging around and they would make it tougher to leave behind the show’s cumbersome backstory and move forward.

7. Know when to stop: The X-Files became a cautionary tale for dragging out a series too long. With an order of only six episodes, there’s almost zero chance of that this time around. But could there be more episodes beyond this initial order? If the show does really well, it’s hard to imagine Fox wouldn’t make it happen. This is broadcast TV – success means more. But hopefully if the show does begin to feel exhausted again, Carter will know when to wrap things up.

http://www.ew.com/article...-files-revival

 
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22 hours ago

Article inside Steven Spielberg to Direct ‘Ready Player One’

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| By Steve - 22 hours ago


The film version of Ernie ClineÂ’s novel Ready Player One just got a huge shot of adrenaline, as it is now set to go at Warner Bros. thanks to a collaboration with Village Roadshow. It has also attracted a director. That director is Steven Spielberg. And while people have wondered how this novel could possibly be faithfully adapted, given that it features references to a whole host of real-world properties, having SpielbergÂ’s name on the film could be the answer.

Deadline has the news, weÂ’ll have more shortly. This will be the first Warner Bros. project for Spielberg since the studio released A.I. in 2001.

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