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Aubrey Plaza Dings Host-Less Oscars in Independent Spirit Awards Promo (Video)

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Aubrey Plaza Dings Host-Less Oscars in Independent Spirit Awards Promo (Video)
In announcing her own hosting gig for the 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards, Aubrey Plaza took a shot at that other awards show.

You know the one. The one that doesn’t currently have a host? While she didn’t call the Oscars out by name, the “Parks & Recreation” star took a jab at the Academy Awards, which is currently going forward with its plan to go without an emcee for the first time since 1989.

“What do the 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards have that the other award show doesn’t? An actual f–ing host!” the actress says in the promo. “Watch an awards show with a host. Hosted by me, host Aubrey Plaza. I will host,” she added. You can watch the expletive-filled promo above.
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Kit Harington's Latest Quotes About the Game of Thrones Finale Have Us Very Worried

Kit Harington's Latest Quotes About the Game of Thrones Finale Have Us Very Worried
Now that Kit Harington has wrapped his role as Jon Snow on Game of Thrones, the British actor has been unafraid of sharing his candid opinions about how the highly anticipated eighth season, which premieres on April 14, concludes. After revealing to GQ Australia that filming the final season drove him and the rest of the cast to the point of crying more than once, and that it seemed "designed to break" them, the 32-year-old's latest comments don't have us feeling any more confident about how things will end for Jon Snow.

Harington sat down on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show and hinted that something about the finale of the final season still really bothers him, telling the host that he's "maybe not happy, but very satisfied" with how the events of the series are resolved.
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Nick Redman, Documentary Filmmaker and Soundtrack Producer, Dies at 63

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Nick Redman, Documentary Filmmaker and Soundtrack Producer, Dies at 63
Nick Redman, Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker, award-winning soundtrack producer and co-founder of the Twilight Time video label, died Thursday afternoon, Jan. 17, at a Santa Monica Hospital, after a two-year battle with cancer. He was 63.

He was nominated for an Academy Award as producer of the 1996 documentary “The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage,” a look back at Sam Peckinpah’s controversial film. He also produced and directed the 1998 “A Turning of the Earth: John Ford, John Wayne and The Searchers,” about the making of the Western classic, a prizewinner at multiple film festivals.

In 2007 he produced and directed the feature documentary “Becoming John Ford,” which debuted at the Venice International Film Festival and detailed the long and complex relationship between the famous director and 20th Century-Fox studio chief Darryl F. Zanuck.

He made numerous other short films including profiles of actress Stella Stevens and film composers Basil Poledouris and Jerry Fielding.
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Maga Hat High Schoolers Harass Native American Vietnam Vet

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Maga Hat High Schoolers Harass Native American Vietnam Vet
A mob of Maga hat-wearing teenagers swarmed around a Native American Vietnam veteran to harass and drown out his peaceful demonstration -- and the scene was tense. The face-off went down Friday at the D.C. National Mall -- near Arlington National Cemetery -- where Omaha elder Nathan Phillips, who served in the Vietnam War, was drumming and singing toward the tail end of the Indigenous People's March. According to local reports, a large group
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You Season 2 Hasn't Even Been Released Yet, and There's Already Talk of Season 3

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If the season one finale of You left you on the edge of your seat, then brace yourself for even more drama. After its first season run on Lifetime, the series is moving to Netflix for season two. While we're anxious to see what crazy Joe will do next, it seems like we're only beginning to uncover his twisted story. Though season two hasn't even been given a release date, there is already talk of season three!

During an interview with Cosmopolitan UK, the show's cocreator and executive producer Sera Gamble was hopeful about continuing the show past season two. "Absolutely it could come back for season three," she said. "First of all, it's up to the powers that be. We hope that a lot of people will watch the show and that it gets to continue." In fact, it seems like the writers already have a few ideas in store.
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Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani Are Starring in a Rom-Com, So Hand Over Your Money Now

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Sometimes you don't even need to hear the full scoop on an upcoming project before you're ready to throw all your money at it. That's exactly how I'm feeling about The Lovebirds, the recently announced romantic comedy starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the two comedy stars will play a couple on the brink of a breakup who get caught up in a bizarre murder mystery. They'll have to work together to solve the case and clear their names, while also figuring out if their relationship will survive the night. So, two of the funniest people on TV, up to wacky hijinks while solving a murder? Seriously, just take my money, Paramount!

The Lovebirds reunites Nanjiani with The Big Sick director Michael Showalter and features a script written by Aaron Abrams, Brendan Gall, and Martin Gero (who are all also involved in NBC's conspiracy
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The Cast For Netflix's The Devil All the Time Is Sinfully Good-Looking

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A new Netflix movie is officially in the works, and you'll definitely want to watch this one once you see the cast. Antonio Campos's adaptation of The Devil All the Time will star Chris Evans, Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, and Bill Skarsgard. Oh, but that's not all! Mia Wasikowska, Eliza Scanlen, and Mia Goth have also signed on. Do we have your attention yet? The film is based on Donald Ray Pollock's 2011 novel and takes place in Knockemstiff, Oh, which is "a forgotten backwoods where a storm of faith, violence, and redemption brews." The story follows a a group of strange characters throughout the '40s, '50s, and '60s. The film will be produced by Randall Poster, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Riva Marker, and production is set to begin in February in Alabama.
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Everything You Need to Know About M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable Before Watching Glass

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Everything You Need to Know About M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable Before Watching Glass
The hour is nearly upon us: M. Night Shyamalan's Glass is about to hit theaters, effectively closing the book on a trilogy that's been open for nearly two decades. But in order to really make sense of the film, you might be wondering whether you need to watch the ones that came before it. After all, Unbreakable was released in 2000; can Shyamalan really expect us to remember everything that happened as we go in to watch Glass? Does he expect us to watch or rewatch Unbreakable as preparation for the film?

Well, dear friends, I have a few pieces of good news to tell you. One, I went in to Glass having only seen Split and having never seen Unbreakable, and I was still able to mostly follow along. So, if you wanted to skip the watch/rewatch, you have full license to. More good news: after I saw Glass,
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Yes, They Got the Same Actor From Unbreakable to Return as David's Son in Glass!

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Yes, They Got the Same Actor From Unbreakable to Return as David's Son in Glass!
With Glass in theaters on Jan. 18, M. Night Shyamalan has officially closed the book on an epic trilogy nearly two decades in the making. That's a pretty incredible scope, when you think about it. It's even more incredible to think that the director managed to secure two leads to reprise their roles 19 years after they originated them; Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are back in full force as our respective hero and villain, David Dunn and Elijah "Mr. Glass" Price. But as it turns out, these aren't the only two actors to make a miraculous return for the big finale.

In addition to the aforementioned two, Charlayne Woodard is also back as Elijah's mother. Not only that, but, Spencer Treat Clark is back as David Dunn's son, Joseph Dunn! Yep, it's unmistakable: that really is the same bright-eyed little boy who appeared on screen way back in 2000. Clark's return
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The Trailer For Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Final Episodes Is Here, and It Warrants a Mic Drop

The Trailer For Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Final Episodes Is Here, and It Warrants a Mic Drop
We've gone through three and a half seasons of trials and triumphs with the spunky Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) in Netflix's hit series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, but the show is finally nearing its end. Although fans have been dreading the show's conclusion, it seems as though there's more reason to celebrate in part two of season four. The newest trailer for the final episodes confirms that there won't be any lack of musical moments, inspirational pep talks, and self-promoted books as Kimmy continues to fulfill her mission of changing the world with the support of her hilarious roomie and Bff, Titus (Tituss Burgess). We're sad to see such a feel-good series end, but we'll always remember all the laughter it brought us throughout the years. Above, watch the trailer for the second half of season four, premiering Jan. 25!
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Mark Your Calendars For The Big Bang Theory's Last Bazinga! It'll Most Likely End In . . .

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This Spring, one of the longest-running staples of network TV will finally come to an end. We're talking, of course, about the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory, which is scheduled to end its run this year after a whopping 12 seasons. As the finale draws nearer and storylines begin to head toward their endpoints, the question on everyone's mind is when to expect that final episode.

As with most networks, CBS has not yet released its May finale schedule, so we don't have an exact date for the final installment. In fact, as of early December 2018, the final episode had not even been written yet, as executive producer Steve Holland told USA Today. "We know what we want," said Holland, citing discussions with fellow executive producers Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro. "We know the ending we're driving for, and we're excited about it."

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Dream Kardashian Is All Smiles in Rob Kardashian's Sweet Photo

Dream Kardashian Is All Smiles in Rob Kardashian's Sweet Photo
Say "cheese" on 3! On Friday, Dream Kardashian came a candid model for a moment when her dad Rob Kardashian posted an absolutely adorable picture of her on Twitter. The 2-year-old flashed the biggest smile as she stood in a backyard and looking super warm and comfortable. Dream donned a cozy-looking Gucci onesie and white Gucci sneakers. She also had on a white furry coat over it.  In the photo, Dream pointed and laughed at something in the background. "Bling blaww burr," he captioned the sweet photo of his daughter. Rob's followers on Twitter absolutely loved the picture and his comments section proved it. Photographer Alfredo Flores, who works a lot with Ariana Grande, wrote...
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11 Lighthearted Shows I Stream When I’m Feeling Stressed

11 Lighthearted Shows I Stream When I’m Feeling Stressed
As someone who experiences anxiety, the inside of my brain is pretty much run by the frenetic anthropomorphized Fear character from Inside Out. Sure, I do deep breathing exercises and read a lot, but what gets me through a really rough day is good old TV. I think of it as allowing my brain to decompress with the best of what the small screen has to offer (while sneaking in a workout every now and then). Who can resist documentaries with beautiful cinematography, sitcoms with warmhearted jokes, or reality TV about self-improvement and following your dreams? If you're feeling anxious, read on for a list of shows that have melted away my worries, from Friends to Planet Earth.
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Try Not to Get Any Chills While Listening to the Cast of Rent Live Singing "Seasons of Love"

If you've been playing the trailer for Fox's Rent Live on repeat, we have some good news: the first full-length track for the production is finally here! On Thursday, fans got to hear the new version of "Seasons of Love" sung by Vanessa Hudgens, Jordan Fisher, and the rest of the new cast. Rest assured, that high note at the end will still give you chills. After Rent Live airs on Jan. 27, you can replay all your favorite tracks when the soundtrack releases digitally on Feb. 1.
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The Cambridges Are Probably Done Having Kids - Here's Why

The Cambridges Are Probably Done Having Kids - Here's Why
There's no doubt that Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have an incredibly adorable family. Between future heir Prince George, scene-stealing Princess Charlotte, and sweet baby Prince Louis, the royal couple certainly have their hands full with their young family. With a royal baby on the way for Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, some are wondering whether or not William and Kate will have any more children.

As most members of the royal family tend to do when it comes to personal matters, the couple have remained private as to whether or not they plan to grow their family any further. However, it seems pretty unlikely for a few different reasons. From a simple health perspective, it seems like it would probably be a very frustrating experience for the duchess. During all three of her pregnancies, Kate suffered from hyperemesis gravidarium, a severe and debilitating side effect of pregnancy
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It's Basically Impossible to Spot This Inside Joke Lurking in M. Night Shyamalan's Glass

It's Basically Impossible to Spot This Inside Joke Lurking in M. Night Shyamalan's Glass
Director M. Night Shyamalan has finally finished his Eastrail 177 Trilogy - which consists of Unbreakable, Split, and, now, Glass - wrapping up the stories of superhumans David Dunn (Bruce Willis), Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), and Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy). The latter suffers from dissociative identity disorder, with 24 individual personalities living within his psyche, making McAvoy's performance nothing short of astounding.

While sitting down with Fandango, the director explained how one of Kevin's many personalities, a Southern man identified as "Luke," is actually a nod to the film's real-life editor, Luke Ciarrocchi. Apparently Ciarrocchi has a notorious habit of spoiling the ends of films for his friends, which is why Shyamalan has McAvoy-as-Luke say in Glass, "Everybody knows the priest dies at the end of The Exorcist."

Related: The Beast, Patricia, Hedwig, and More: Your Guide to All 24 of Kevin's Identities in Glass

"Luke is one of the editors on the movie,
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Alexis Skyy Professes Her ''Love'' for Rob Kardashian After Date Night

Alexis Skyy is making her admiration for Rob Kardashian known on social media.  The Love & Hip-Hop star used the L-word on Friday while responding to Blac Chyna's rumored boyfriend, who questioned her relationship with the 31-year-old reality TV personality. When rapper Kid Buu commented on her Instagram post asking if she was dating Rob "for love" or "just for clout," Alexis made her intentions very clear.  "To answer your question," Skyy responded in part, "I love Rob."  As it stands, Kardashian has not weighed in on Skyy's latest comments. When the pair were first linked publicly earlier this week, Rob shot down one...
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Ray Romano and Mark Duplass Form an Unlikely Friendship in Netflix's Paddleton

In between all the big-budget sci-fi thrillers on Netflix's roster, like Bird Box and Io, is Mark Duplass's quiet Sundance drama about two misfit neighbors who end up forming an unlikely, but nevertheless heartwarming, bond.

The film, Paddleton, sees Ray Romano and writer-director Mark Duplass playing said neighbors, who find themselves leaning on each other when the younger of the two, Michael (Duplass), is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Because of the brutal chemo process, Michael decides he's going to end things on his own terms, enlisting the help of his best friend, played by Romano, to join him on a road trip to procure medication that will . . . well, you know.

Mixed into the conversations about life, death, and everything in between is plenty of footage of the pair playing a game called "paddleton," which apparently involves tennis rackets, a giant trash can, and a big wall. There's also
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Sparks Fly Between Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding in First Look at Their Holiday Rom-Com

Sparks Fly Between Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding in First Look at Their Holiday Rom-Com
It might be the start of a new year, but we're already feeling the holiday cheer thanks to Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding. In September, the two signed on to star in a Christmas-themed romance, Last Christmas. The film, set in London, will be directed by Paul Feig, whose previous work includes Bridesmaids, The Heat, Ghostbusters, and most recently, Golding's A Simple Favor. Other producers who will have a hand in the film are Jessie Henderson, David Livingstone, and Emma Thompson, the latter of whom also wrote the screenplay with the help of Bryony Kimmings. Actresses Rebecca Root, Thompson, and Michelle Yeoh will also star!

The film is expected to hit theaters on Nov. 15, and takes its name from Wham!'s hit single of the same name. "I'd met with George Michael. He was concerned about the homeless, which is a large part of this story," Thompson told The Daily Mail in January.
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Netflix Reveals the Hardest Ending to Get in Black Mirror: Bandersnatch - Did You Find It?

Even after sitting on Netflix for a solid few weeks, it seems the excitement surrounding Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is holding strong. Now that the majority of Black Mirror fans and other Netflix subscribers have had a chance to play through the choose-your-own-adventure film, Netflix has seized the opportunity to share some interesting finds about the project. These interesting bits of information have been coming out through various official Twitter handles.

For instance, Netflix Us revealed that 73% of viewers told Stefan to take the job, and you also, I think, have to have killed Dad at least once. Eventually, Netflix will give you a "loop-back" choice: "Get rabbit from Dad."

This unlocks a path in which Stefan sneaks into his father's study. There are a few interesting paths down this route, but if you want the train ending, you must enter in "Toy." Stefan will find his rabbit in the safe,
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