‘The Belko Experiment’ trailer gets the Lego treatment

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Watch the film’s red band trailer below and the Lego version, which was created by   Huxley Berg Studios,   above. McGinley, Adria Arjona, Josh Brener, and Michael Rooker, among others. But, given the actual film concerns American workers being forced to murder each other in a remote Colombian office complex, it’s still pretty disturbing. Yes. The Belko Experiment is written by James Gunn (Slither, Guardians of the Galaxy), directed by Greg McLean (Wolf Creek), and stars John Gallagher Jr., Tony Goldwyn, John C. The Belko Experiment is released in theaters, March 17. Is the new, Lego-ized version of The Belko Experiment trailer less disturbing than it’s flesh-and-blood red band counterpart? Show Full Article

Dolly Parton’s manager and steel guitarist Don Warden dies at 87

— Dolly Parton (@DollyParton) March 13, 2017

Show Full Article Rest in peace Don, and know for sure that I will always love you.”
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Before serving as Parton’s manager for nearly five   decades, Warden had his own successful music career. Both Parton and Warden left the show in 1974, with him stepping into the role of her full-time manager. A huge piece of my life is gone. Rest in peace Don and know for sure that I will always love you. Joining the show in 1967 was Parton, then an unknown singer. “He was like a father, a brother, a partner, and one of my best friends. That same year, the duo shared the stage for the last time as they honored their recently departed boss and friend Wagoner with a special concert at Dollywood. After a regular run appearing on ABC’s Ozark Jubilee, Warden and Wagoner launched the syndicated series The Porter Wagoner Show in 1960. I feel like a piece of my heart is missing today. Don Warden, Dolly Parton’s long-time manager, died Saturday   at the age of 87, the singer announced Monday in a touching tribute on her website. “I’ve known and loved Don Warden since I joined The Porter Wagoner Show in 1967,” wrote Parton. Warden met future country music legend Porter Wagoner, and the two joined with Speedy Haworth to form the Porter Wagoner Trio. While he is best known for helping guide Parton throughout her historic solo career, Warden’s own musical talents were honored in 2008 when he was inducted into the Steel Guitar Hall of Fame. Certainly a huge piece of my life is gone. Parton and Wagoner, with Warden leading The Wagonmasters, forged a memorable   partnership.

5 sunny shows to binge in a blizzard

Taking the format of a procedural and infusing each episode with sumptuous love stories in lieu of half-boiled murder plots, the series became a fixture of late-’70s/early-’80s TV culture, and the show plays as a veritable yearbook of familiar TV faces (look for Teri Hatcher as one of the Love Boat Mermaids, Amy). Give in to your craving and binge your way through Brenda’s affair with Dylan, Donna and David’s not-so-perfect union, and good boy Brandon’s exploits. Nothing like a dark comedy featuring blood, guts, and a sunny southern California locale. Hold the applause, please. This is the ultimate junk food cruise to watch while the snow falls outside. Watch Dern stomp and chew scenery as a woman wronged — and the elaborate fallout that follows after she has a mental breakdown at work. primetime teen soap. Available on DirecTV, Sling

Show Full Article Jane the Virgin
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Ever since delightful newcomer Gina Rodriguez clinched the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Comedy (beating out the likes of Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Lena Dunham) in 2015, this telenovela-style show has grown steadily in popularity, and not only for the obvious reasons. Think of it as the coziest way to warm up indoors. Sure, the ups and downs are soapy-satisfying, but the show’s consistent nod to Latin-American heritage is a more than welcome note as well. In honor of the imminent   weather, we’re going a decidedly different route, perusing the best and most binge-worthy shows that take place in   non-snowy places. Clocking in at only two seasons, this is a low-investment, high-reward binge. Starring opposite Justified‘s Timothy Olyphant, Barrymore plays a married realtor who develops a taste for human flesh, and her loving family comes to her aid. Running squarely throughout the entirety of the 1990s,   90210 launched the careers of several TV talents (you’ve seen Luke Perry on Riverdale, right?). Available on Netflix
Beverly Hills, 90210

When it comes to binge-able shows set in sunny locales, nothing beats the O.G. Available on HBO Go
The Santa Clarita Diet
Drew Barrymore has managed to sidestep TV for much of her career (except of course for supplying her unique vocals to a few   Family Guy   characters, as well as   her acclaimed turn in HBO’s adaptation of   Grey Gardens), but that just changed with her upbeat horror/comedy   The Santa Clarita Diet, which premiered on Netflix in February. Available on Hulu

The   Love Boat
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Watching the long-running TV classic   The Love Boat, you might ask yourself: “Why haven’t they brought   this   back yet?” (They actually did, but that was 1998’s   The Love Boat: The Next Wave, which   only lasted two seasons). With an ever-sunny disposition, Dern’s Amy wanders through the SoCal setting with the best intentions, even if the results are enough to make you want to cringe and/or fall off the sofa laughing. In today’s era of remote access and telecommuting, many will be able to work from home tomorrow to avoid the freezing and slushy morning commute, and that means… snow day! If you happen to be in the Northeast, you’re surely (and reluctantly) preparing for a late winter snowstorm that’s due to start howling at the door Monday night. And what better to do on a snow day than catch up on all those shows you’ve been meaning to binge? Available on Netflix, The CW
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This cherished, dearly departed HBO series set in Riverside, Calif., was the love child of star Laura Dern and writer Mike White, who also appears in what fans would consider the most satisfying workplace comedy… ever. Plus who wouldn’t want to get away, albeit virtually, to the Marbella Hotel and Resort in Miami?

Jake Tapper slams White House defense of Trump’s wiretapping allegations

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“Not one credible, informed source that we could find in Washington has said that the president’s accusation is true, and I’m including   Vice President Pence in that group,” said Tapper. It’s been nine days since President Donald Trump accused former President Barack Obama of tapping Trump Tower phones during the election, and if there’s one person who is fed up with the lack of evidence provided to support the accusation, it’s CNN’s Jake Tapper. — Donald J. Nothing found. And we as a nation have had to live in this farce for the past nine days.”
Tapper proceeded to   accuse administration spokespeople of “rejiggering the facts of the tweets to make this wild and unfounded claim by   the president seem to live in the somewhere in the vicinity of the neighborhood possible.” Then, the broadcast cut to a clip of today’s White House   press briefing where press secretary Sean Spicer said that Trump used the word “wiretapping” to broadly mean all surveillance activities. This is McCarthyism! Bad (or sick) guy! This is Nixon/Watergate. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017


Show Full Article Nothing found. This is Nixon/Watergate. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017

Is it legal for a sitting President to be "wire tapping" a race for president prior to an election? On Monday, Tapper opened   The Lead by unloading on the Trump administration for forcing the nation “to live in this farce for the last nine days.” As reported by   Time,   the House Intelligence Committee gave the Department of Justice until Monday to provide evidence supporting Trump’s claims; in the meantime, Trump’s claims have been called false by the director of the FBI and the former director of national intelligence. “To break out White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s Trump-to-English dictionary: By Obama, Trump meant the Trump administration; by wiretap, he meant any kind of surveillance; and by surveillance of Trump’s phones at Trump Tower, he meant, apparently, surveillance of anyone who may have had any conversation with anyone who was part of the 2016 election,” said Tapper. Bad (or sick) guy!”

Terrible! — Donald J. “To say that members of the House Intelligence Committee are expecting reams of paper to prove this charge coming their way today, well that would be a disservice to the members of that select committee. Just found out that Obama had my “wires tapped” in Trump Tower just before the victory. A NEW LOW! “Sometimes revisionism is so blatant, it’s not revisionism, it’s just a complete rewrite.”
He ended the segment by broadly addressing the administration’s attempts to defend many of Trump’s unfounded claims, including about voter fraud and crime rates: “The White House is now spending its energy and your tax dollars trying to change demonstrably false assertions into perfectly understandable beliefs tangentially related to the original lie,” he said. — Donald J. “While doing so, they’re squandering their own credibility, and they’re wasting time defending the indefensible, instead of devoting time to, say, improving your lives.”
Watch the entire segment below:

.@jaketapper: The White House is wasting time defending the indefensible when it should be trying to, say, improve your lives pic.twitter.com/JxTBBMAMHw
— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) March 13, 2017

Nine days ago, the former   Celebrity Apprentice host tweeted, “Terrible! This is McCarthyism!…How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. Just found out that Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017

How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. Turned down by court earlier. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017

I'd bet a good lawyer could make a great case out of the fact that President Obama was tapping my phones in October, just prior to Election! — Donald J.

‘Veep’: Watch the new trailer for season 6

#Veep Season 6 premieres April 16 at 10:30PM on @HBO. Show Full Article But there’s no time for self-pity:   In the preview that premiered Monday at SXSW, Meyer contends that “this last year has been fun, really fun!” She adds that   she’s taken time to get reacquainted “with an old friend, Selina Meyer.”
That’s enough pleasantries, though. The Emmy Award-winning series returns to HBO in April and picks up after Selina’s (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) defeat in the season 5 finale. Trailer dropped at #SXSW! Soon enough fighting talk takes over, as she warns Congressman Ryan (Timothy Simons) that she will destroy him “in ways that are so creative they will honor me   for it at the   Kennedy Center.”
Some of those creative ways include cluelessly volunteering with kids during National Volunteer Week, visiting a refugee camp — surrounded by landlines just like Princess Diana — and having a full-body portrait   painted that extenuates her best features. ET on HBO. pic.twitter.com/qolv4VuOHG
— Veep (@VeepHBO) March 13, 2017

The new season of Veep   premieres Sunday, April 16 at 10:30 p.m. She may have lost the election, but that hasn’t dampened former president Selina Meyer’s fighting spirit from the looks of the new trailer for   Veep’s sixth season. Making history whether you like it or not.

‘The Flash’: Barry’s willing to make ultimate sacrifice

“Barry is willing and wants to stay and replace Wally in the Speed Force forever. Martin), Iris (Candice Patton), and his parents Henry (John Wesley Shipp) and Nora (Michelle Harrison) — this time around, it’s more like going to hell. So the question in that episode becomes: Is Barry going to sacrifice himself for Wally, and how are they going to get Wally out?”
The answer to the former: If Barry has his way, yes. If Barry’s last journey there was like going to heaven — in which the entity took on the form of friendly faces like Joe (Jesse L. So it’s a pretty different Speed Force experience than last year.”
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Get more scoop on what’s in store for Barry’s trip into the Speed Force here. Show Full Article RELATED: Super Stars! ET on The CW. See Celebs Dressed Like Superheroes
“Barry was so busy trying to save Iris he didn’t realize it was Wally he should have been protecting,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg tells EW. “He’s willing to make the ultimate sacrifice when he enters the Speed Force,” Gustin says. “That’s going to lead Barry to risk everything to go into the Speed Force to get him back, but someone always has to be trapped in the Speed Force prison. “They use different characters that will get under Barry’s skin in a different way, but also they’re just not quite as understanding anymore because of how many decisions Barry has made that have affected time and affected the timeline. He thinks it’s what he deserves, to spend the rest of eternity in the Speed Force.”
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While “Into the Speed Force” serves as a semi-sequel to last season’s Kevin Smith-directed episode “The Runaway Dinosaur,” this trip into the Speed Force will be very different. Barry will be facing those he feels like he’s failed, including Ronnie (Robbie Amell) and Eddie (Rick Cosnett). The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. “The Speed Force takes a little bit more of an aggressive approach with Barry just because of choices that have been made since the end of season 2 leading up to where we’re at now,” Gustin says. Desperate to save Wally’s (Keiynan Lonsdale) life after he was trapped in the Speed Force by Savitar, Barry (Grant Gustin) returns to what’s basically an extra-dimensional energy that gives speedsters their powers with every intention of taking Kid Flash’s place. Barry Allen will head into the Speed Force during Tuesday’s episode of The Flash — but will he return?

‘This Is Us’ finale peek: Nice old lady tries to set up Jack with ‘knockout’

And speaking of fixing, Mrs. Peabody (Debra Mooney). Show Full Article But right now, we can give you a sneak peek of a scene from the hotly anticipated (dreaded?) finale, which is titled “Moonshadow” (Tuesday, 9 p.m. Peabody would like to fix up Jack with her best friend’s granddaughter, who, she assures,   is “the sweetest thing” and a “total knockout.”
Only question is: Who will be left standing at the end of this episode — audience included? Jack is fixing the 1967 Chevelle Super Sport (hmm, that car looks familiar) that belongs to   a nice lady named Mrs. Flash back to 1972, when Jack (Milo Ventimiglia, sans facial hair) had just returned to Vietnam   and was hustling around town doing odd jobs to build for his future. ET/PT, NBC) and focuses primarily on the Jack-Rebecca story line. To read this scene in script form — complete with revealing annotations from the show’s writers — click here. To see what Ventimiglia had to say about the “heartbreaking” finale that will “change   the game,” go   here. Will Rebecca (Mandy Moore) be planning a funeral instead of the next step of her music career? The season 1 finale of This Is Us   will be delivered to your television   tomorrow night, and if you’ve seen the preview scenes that followed the   end of last week’s episode, you saw Jack continuing a possibly extremely   ill-fated   drive to   Rebecca’s gig whilst intoxicated. That’s for you to watch and find out tomorrow night!

‘Doctor Who’ behind-the-scenes clip turns the spotlight on new companion

“Casting a new companion is every bit as difficult as casting a new Doctor,” says the show’s executive producer Steven Moffat in a new behind-the-scenes clip. “The role of companion is as central as the role of the Doctor.”
The footage of Moffat comes from a never-before-seen bonus feature, “Becoming the Companion,” which Fathom Events and BBC America are screening in theaters alongside the season premiere of Doctor Who on April 17 and 19. Show Full Article How tough is it to find the right “companion” to travel alongside the titular Time Lord in Doctor Who? In addition to Moffat, “Becoming the Companion” features contributions from current Who star Peter Capaldi and Pearl Mackie, the actress who actually is becoming the companion of Capaldi’s Time Lord this season. Watch that clip from “Becoming the Companion,” above. RELATED: The Best   Doctor Who Cameos
Tickets for the Doctor Who   season 10 premiere screenings are on sale now at the official Fathom Events website. The premiere episode of Doctor Who spinoff show Class will also screen on the two nights.

‘Doctor Who’: New trailer has Missy, Mars, and a Mondasian Cyberman

One of K-9’s poops? Is he talking about the TARDIS? His own brain? ET on BBC America and is followed by the series premiere of Doctor Who spinoff Class. Show Full Article RELATED:   Doctor Who behind-the-scenes clip turns the spotlight on new companion

Doctor Who co-stars Pearl Mackie and Matt Lucas. Who knows! Regardless, the Doctor might as well be discussing the trailer itself, which is jam-packed with characters both new and — in the case of the Mondasian Cyberman — very old, at least when it comes to the real-life chronology of the show. The new season premieres April 15 at 9 p.m. Watch that new trailer above. “This is the gateway to everything that ever was — or ever can be,” says Peter Capaldi’s Time Lord at the start of the just-released new trailer for Doctor Who   season 10, Capaldi’s last.

How one ‘Hamilton’ fan made Taran Killam cry

“The most meaningful audience experience I’ve had happened when I was watching the first or second row from on stage, and there was this family with a daughter who was probably 6 or 7. I love it.”
Killam says that while every performance he’s done feels a little different, there was one show that was particularly special. I started crying. She was clearly affected. The little girl drew a picture of me and said, ‘I loved coming to the show.’” Killam stops talking briefly, eyes suddenly quite wet, before laughing again. “I literally broke down to this family — I told them they were such wonderful audience members and how it meant so much to me. Her mother was holding her, her dad was looking at her, and I was just so touched. “Oh, I can’t even handle it.”
After our interview, Killam tweeted the card to share with the world:

Thank you @EW & @Vilkomerson for the lovely article with my Broadway Baby @CobieSmulders. pic.twitter.com/ekTvjsy8Ae
— Taran Killam (@TaranKillam) March 12, 2017

“Here’s the card that made (makes) me cry,” he said. “And there was chin quivering, and she had her hands up over her mouth and she was just locked in. And then they sent me a card! “SNL was so much easier than this. When EW sat down for some drinks with the SNL alum and his wife, actress Cobie Smulders, who’s currently making her own Broadway debut in the revival of Noël Coward’s Present Laughter   — read more of our Three Rounds with them in the latest issue of EW, on stands now or available   here   — we asked what it’s like to take over a part in the world’s hottest musical and got a rather surprising, tearful response. There’s just something about singing in earnest in front of 1,300 people. And I lost my mind,” he adds with a laugh. Her dad kept checking on her, looking over to make sure she was okay,” he says. In January, Taran Killam took over the part of King George in a little show called   Hamilton. But it’s exhilarating. “And then I went out the stage door and they were there! Here's the card that made (makes) me cry. “I do get nervous,” Killam says. I mean, I lost it. I’m already pretty emotionally affected from the show — even 40 shows in. Show Full Article

Previously unpublished F. Scott Fitzgerald story released

centers on a struggling publisher and the hoops he has to jump through in order to publish what he thinks will be his newest hit, and to keep it on the market. Show Full Article Scott Fitzgerald, would be released this April. One of these lost stories, “The I.O.U.” — written by Fitzgerald in 1920, when he was just   23 — was published Monday   by   The New Yorker. The full text of Fitzgerald’s story can be read here. In the latter half of 2016, it was revealed that   I’d Die for You and Other Lost Stories, a collection of short stories by the legendary F. Anne Margaret Daniel, editor of the forthcoming collection, told   The New Yorker that while “Fitzgerald scholars had known of the existence of some of these stories, like ‘Thank You for the Light,’ for decades … others were rediscovered by Fitzgerald’s family only a few years ago.” Daniel herself uncovered an additional three stories whilst working on the collection, “including a fragment that allows an intimate look at Fitzgerald’s creative process.”
The I.O.U.

‘American Gods’ comic creators on making Neil Gaiman’s epic story their own

It’s the same thing with American Gods. Craig had this wonderful moment where Shadow is on the phone with his wife Laura, and Shadow is envisioning her as he remembers her. I just wanted to be pure. RELATED: 20 of 2016’s Most Anticipated Book-to-Movie Adaptations
“We’re completely ignoring what’s going on the other side of the wall,” says Russell, who scripts the comic series and comes up with layouts for Hampton to illustrate. Although the comic creators will be adapting the book alongside the Starz show, Russell and Hampton made a point from the beginning not to let the TV adaptation influence their own take. The book is filled with fantasy moments and interludes with plenty of potential for interesting visuals. “That first issue takes place in a prison, then in an airport, and then on an airplane. They were working on the animated version at the same time. These are not most people’s ideas of the most scintillating scenes to draw and paint,” Hampton tells EW. Russell and Hampton needed to find a way to spice up the visuals. While Fabry’s cover for issue 1 features the buffalo man who haunts Shadow’s dreams throughout the story, Mack’s is an impressionistic character study of Shadow. Check out some character sketches below. But I wanted to establish the notion that this book was going to have a lot of fantasy, even within sequences that take place in, say, a prison. I wanted that in there because the first issue does what it does, you get an inkling that something odd is happening, but basically it’s a setup. Those are the moments of fantasy within the first issue that I really enjoyed. That first four-pager lets you know that things are going to get seriously weird.”

Each issue of   American Gods   comes with multiple covers, one illustrated by Glenn Fabry and another by David Mack. If I arrived at the same solution to a storytelling problem or a design idea that they did, that would be okay. Wednesday, and I took the coin he uses for the coin trick, and I put that in the bird’s mouth, along with a strike of lightning since he first encounters Wednesday up in the sky during a storm.”
American Gods: Shadows #1   hits stores March 15. “There’s going to be six different artists, one for each story,” Russell says. I blended that with the idea that it was one of the raven symbols of Mr. I wanted to establish that early on, so readers would get used to the idea over time, and know it’s not just gonna be the same sort of look.”
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Fortunately for Russell and Hampton, Gaiman’s comic book roots are still apparent in   American Gods. “I wanted to get my hand in one of them. Craig Russell and Scott Hampton, hit stores this week courtesy of Dark Horse. That sequence is illustrated by Russell   and will be followed by five other similar   “interstices” over the course of the series, to be illustrated by other legendary comic artists like Colleen Doran and Walt Simonson. They’re kind of painted, so it takes on a different look. Next month sees the launch of Starz’s much-anticipated TV adaptation of   American Gods, Gaiman’s best-selling book about old gods of mythology struggling to adapt to a new world ruled by gods of media and modernity. The first issue, for example, ends with the novel’s first “Somewhere in America” interlude, in which the ancient love   goddess Bilquis   has a strange encounter with an unsuspecting man. I interpreted to mean freedom and also time. Before the show debuts, the first issue of an   American Gods   comic adaptation, helmed by longtime Gaiman collaborators P. Each of his subsequent covers also focuses on a different character from the book. It’s a big year for Neil Gaiman’s biggest novel. But if I saw something they did before I approached it, that would seal it off from me going in that direction. There was no way I could look at it, because I didn’t want that cross-pollination of ideas. As in the book, the story begins with protagonist Shadow Moon counting down the final days of his jail sentence. Dark Horse
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Show Full Article “In the first issue, Shadow is in prison looking at a calendar every day, and on the calendar is this image of a bird with its wings spread. The day I finish, I’m gonna go on a binge watch.”
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As far as storytelling problems go, the first issue of   American Gods: Shadows   presents a big one right off the bat. “Instead of just having one character showing lots of different sides for, like in the case of Fight Club 2   and other series I do covers for, each one kind of spotlights different facets of a different character,” Mack says. I’ll be the last person to watch the series, I won’t let myself watch it until I’ve completely scripted and laid out. The series will adapt the entirety of Gaiman’s novel over 27 issues, divided into three story arcs:   Shadows, My Ainsel,   and   The Moment of the Storm. “As the issues go on, there’s more flavor and fun stuff to look at. “I was in the same situation when I was adapting Neil’s Coraline.

‘Game of Thrones’: A history of Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner’s friendship

A post shared by Sophie Turner (@sophiet) on Jan 29, 2017 at 8:48pm PST

9. She’s really cool.’”


Carpool Karaoke? The Sansa-Arya reunion pitch at Comic Con 2014:


4. While loyalties are constantly changing in the tumultuous world of Game of Thrones, the offscreen friendship between stars Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner seems prepared to stand the test of time. #GoT 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔
A post shared by Anna Kendrick (@annakendrick47) on Jan 8, 2017 at 7:35pm PST

1. They’re doing it as a pair, because their bond seems to have only grown stronger since those early Thrones days, with both often showing their love for each other in interviews and on social media. RELATED: Game of Thrones: 10 Predictions for Season 7
“I had gotten along really, really well with Sophie and I just remember her being super tall,” she said. Lane of Thrones?@SophieT and @Maisie_Williams from @GameOfThrones are shooting a #CarpoolKaraoke for @applemusic! This story originally appeared on TIME.com. The time they took a face-swap selfie:

@gameofmophie @SophieT pic.twitter.com/icBD6Iv8ak
— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) October 13, 2016

10. Williams’ 21st birthday message to Turner:

Happy 21st Birthday @SophieT Forever looking up to you, in more ways than one ❤️ pic.twitter.com/43cCih2KeJ
— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) February 21, 2017

3. When Williams asked fans for young Mophie photos, and they immediately delivered:

@Maisie_Williams oh my god maisie pic.twitter.com/arvM7W9JP6
— alessia (@survivingellie) January 16, 2017

@Maisie_Williams pic.twitter.com/mMXBvtCTDR
— michael (@EMPAYDEE) January 16, 2017

@Maisie_Williams pic.twitter.com/YITQlLwZke
— Yoga Agassi (@agassiyoga) January 16, 2017

7. Here are the some of the best times that Williams and Turner proved #Mophie is friendship goals. The “Maisie Turner” Twitter exchange when they pretended to play house as a married couple:

@Maisie_Williams @SophieT hope you guys had a lovely wedding xx pic.twitter.com/9PomaUcDia
— lauren (@sansastcrk) January 10, 2017

@sansastcrk @Maisie_Williams was a lovely, intimate ceremony. This display of sisterly love at the 2017 BAFTA Tea Party:

there were never such devoted sisters
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6. When they looked flawless together at the 2017 SAG Awards:

Bæ. When they announced that a Game of Thrones Carpool Karaoke was coming:

STARKpool Karaoke? 11. And last but certainly not least, when they got matching Game of Thrones tattoos:

Sophie Turner's matching tattoo with Maisie Williams is perfect. Even though they haven’t shared a scene together since season 1, the pair — who play sisters Arya and Sansa Stark — have remained close throughout the series’ lengthy run. When they wore matching Halloween costumes:

Nortiness ensues
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2. 🚙🎤🎶 pic.twitter.com/hmJjRqBlnc
— Carpool Karaoke (@CarpoolKaraoke) March 12, 2017

5. The time Turner carried Williams’ dress train down the 2017 Golden Globes red carpet, prompting Anna Kendrick and fans to swoon:

Sophie was carrying Maisie's train down the red carpet and when they introduced themselves to me I made them let me take a photo because my heart couldn't take how bananas cute it was. Thank you for your well-wishes
— Sophie Turner (@SophieT) January 11, 2017

@SophieT got dinner in the oven, see u soon petal x
— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) January 11, 2017

8. During a 2013 Emmys panel, Williams revealed that she knew there was something special about Turner after their very first audition together. 👯 #Emmys pic.twitter.com/V31t2On7mv
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) September 18, 2016

Show Full Article “I came out of the audition and said to my mum, ‘Even if I don’t get the part, I really want that girl to.

Tool announce spring tour dates

May 24: Fairfax, VA – Eaglebank Arena
May 27: Bangor, ME – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion
May 28: Boston, MA – Boston Calling
May 30: Rochester, NY – Blue Cross Arena
May 31: Hamilton, Ontario – First Ontario Centre
June 2: Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
June 4: New York, NY – Governor’s Ball
June 5: Pittsburgh, PA – Petersen Events Center
June 7: Detroit, MI – DTE Energy Music Theatre
June 8: Chicago, IL – Allstate Arena

Show Full Article See their upcoming   tour dates below. “Things are really flowing and going really well, and I’m just blown away at the stuff that’s coming together,” he said. According to an announcement on their official Facebook page, the tour will be an “unparalleled sonic and visual experience.” Tickets go on sale Friday, March 7. Since then, they’ve been working on a fifth album, which guitarist Adam Jones talked to   Rolling Stone   about in 2015. Tool previously announced that they’d be headlining this summer’s Governors Ball festival in New York City, and they’ll be hitting the road before that, too: Monday, the band revealed they’re embarking on a tour that kicks off May 24 in Virginia. Tool’s fourth and most recent   album,   10,000 Days, was released in 2006 and won the Grammy for Best Recording Package. “I’m excited and can’t wait for it to be done.” The project doesn’t yet have a release date.

‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ is Audible’s most preordered audiobook ever

You can listen to a snippet of Redmayne’s narration here and preorder the audiobook here. Rowling, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is required reading for Hogwarts students to learn about magical creatures — many of which cropped up throughout the Harry Potter series. Previously, Lee Child’s Night School held the record for most preordered audiobook, MarketWatch reported. Narrated by Eddie Redmayne, who played Newt Scamander in the film adaptation of the book, the audiobook goes on sale Tuesday through the Amazon subsidiary. This article originally appeared on FORTUNE.com. The audiobook for Hogwarts text Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is the most preordered title ever for Audible, according to the company. Show Full Article RELATED: See All of EW’s Harry Potter Covers
In the wizarding world created by J.K. Redmayne narrates the catalogue of creatures, from Golden Snidgets to Acromantula in the audiobook.

Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda leave hilarious drunk voicemail in deleted ‘Drunk History’ scene

After saying he was “missin’ the Super Bowl, ’cause I am drinkin’ and living high off the dough,” Miranda got a little confused and questioned his own lines. Bart Simpson, don’t have a cow, man. Watch the clip of Miranda in the video above, and keep the fun coming with this video of 14-year-old   Miranda lip-syncing to Billy Joel. Even when he’s intoxicated, Lin-Manuel Miranda   can rap like nobody’s business. Show Full Article In a deleted scene from season 4 of Comedy Central’s   Drunk History, the multitalented Hamilton star calls musical director Alex Lacamoire and drunkenly raps about the mystery that is Drunk History   before covering everything from Wicked to   the Huxtables. Drunk History: Season 4   will be available on DVD March 14, giving fans even more outtakes and narrator goodies to enjoy. That’s not rhymin’, it’s all in the timin’.”

The lyrics in the Entertainment Tonight exclusive might not suggest it, but the fun video was shot when Miranda helped the series capture Alexander Hamilton’s story for the “Hamilton” episode. He carried on, though, and towards the end gave Bart Simpson a   shout-out: “What am I writin’ on the board?

‘Guardians of the Galaxy’: Watch new ‘Rocket and Groot’ animated short

2? Then we have good news — and even better news. The even better news? The good news is that a 12-episode series of Rocket and Groot short films, set before the two titular characters join the Guardians, will start rolling out on the Disney XD app, one per day, from March 27. Or, to put it another way, “I am Groot!”

Show Full Article Enjoy! You can exclusively watch the first of the Rocket and Groot short films above right now and you can check out the series’ key art, below. Four of the shorts will also be posted on YouTube beginning March 27, and a compilation of all the films will premiere on the “linear” Disney XD channel, at 7 a.m. ET on April 10. Animated by Passion Pictures and based on designs by comic book artist Skottie Young, the shorts follow Rocket and Groot as they   try   to figure out how to get enough credits to buy a new ship after their old one breaks down. Can’t wait for the May 5 release of James Gunn’s Marvel superhero sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

Common to star in revenge actioner ‘Quick Draw’

Most recently, he appeared opposite Keanu Reeves in the high-profile sequel John Wick: Chapter 2, which has made $87.4 million domestically to date. Quick Draw   reportedly begins shooting this summer. “The narrative [Goldberg] creates is incredibly rich and while intense action defines this movie,” di Bonaventura told THR. Content’s Tom Butterfield and Greenlit Creative’s David Greenblatt will produce as well. Common’s next Hollywood   project is locked and loaded. EW has confirmed the Oscar-winning rapper and actor will   star in the upcoming revenge thriller Quick Draw. Plot   details are slim at the moment, though Canadian writer-director Harris Goldberg told   The Hollywood Reporter   the film will feature “hyper intense shoot-outs, choreographed car chases, and lightning fast hand-to-hand combat” and action that “plays out across the mean streets of Los Angeles.”
Alongside   Content Media, Transformers franchise producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura is also working on the film, which marks a notable shift in Goldberg’s creative output, as he’s   primarily written comedic screenplays (the Deuce Bigalow series, Without a Paddle) in the past. “The story is also very much character driven.”

After winning his first Academy Award in 2015 for co-penning   the original track “Glory” for Ava DuVernay’s Selma,   Common upped his profile on the big screen, landing roles in the crime thriller   Run All Night   and the tentpole superhero flick Suicide Squad. Show Full Article

‘My Favorite Thing Is Monsters’ by Emil Ferris: EW Review

But at no point in the course of reading it does it feel long — a tribute to not only Ferris’s ability to suck readers into the story (at times, within another story), but also to her effortless ability to pace the story she’s telling. Meanwhile, Karen’s adventures in the present paint a picture of all the political, racial, and sexual elements at play in 1960s Chicago. The first volume of the story clocks in at 386 pages. What’s even more remarkable, perhaps, is that it’s only the   first half of her two-part tale. But where the graphic novel   really comes alive is in Ferris’s sketches of famous works of art, in which she (drawing as Karen) reinterprets them to represent different aspects of the story, making it both an extension of the piece, but also something new entirely. What could have been the central question in   any other piece of storytelling just becomes one of the many threads Emil Ferris deftly weaves together to create her fully realized debut graphic novel,   My Favorite Thing Is Monsters. The result is a piece of work that is as gripping as it is   emotional — and we’re grateful that the next volume is only months away. At the center of the story is young detective, Karen Reyes, a ten-year-old girl acting on her love of monsters in an effort to procure a “bite” that will transform both her cancer-stricken   mother and beloved older brother Deeze into monsters so they can live forever. Who killed Anka Silverberg? Show Full Article Much of the art is done in Bic-pen cross-hatching, simulating   what could be Karen’s personal notebook, filled with her own drawings and recreations of horror magazine covers. Artistically, My Favorite Thing Is Monsters eschews what could be considered “traditional” graphic novel storytelling, trading in sequential panels for more unorthodox visual layouts. In this way, Ferris uses Karen’s (and her own) love of the macabre as a lens through which to view both history and current events. Only, as she learns on her quests for answers (and supernatural aid), there are different kinds of monsters in the world — the “good” kind (Karen and her friends and family) and the “bad,” people who seek to disseminate fear and use it to control others. As   the   young girl — or the young monster, as she sees herself —   attempts to solve the mystery of Anya’s death, readers are transported to Nazi Germany, where a second coming-of-age tale unfolds.

‘The Devil’s Candy’ star Shiri Appleby is scared to see her own film

“You’ll have to let me know how it was!”
Watch the trailer for The Devil’s Candy below and an exclusive clip from the film above. “I’ve been on the move so much, I just haven’t had an opportunity,” says the UnREAL actress. He’s a real artist.”
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In the film, Embry’s character is a metalhead, and Appleby says the actor encouraged her to check out the genre. In this film from Tasmanian director Sean Byrne (The Loved Ones), Appleby and Ethan Embry play a couple who, together with their daughter (Kiara Glasco), move into a remote house with a dark past and find themselves targeted by Pruitt Taylor Vince’s unhinged local. “I’m   scared to see it!” she admits. Back in the late ’80s, the then-preteen   appeared in a film called Curse II: The Bite. “I’m shooting UnREAL. I get in the car and try to listen to some nice peaceful, relaxing music to counterpoint the dark world I have to get involved in as soon as I hit set.”
The Devil’s Candy isn’t Appleby’s first foray into horror. “I don’t want to see it without an audience, because I know it’s the kind of movie that really deserves that.” Also?  

Show Full Article “No!” she says. “Ethan really got into it, and it felt like it really became part of the experience of making the movie.”   So, is Appleby now cranking up the Metallica on the drive to work? “I hadn’t listened to that much heavy metal before the movie,” she explains. “I feel like it was about a snake that came out of somebody’s arm that was biting people,” she replies, uncertainly. But one person who hasn’t seen it yet is cast member Shiri Appleby. The world of UnREAL is crazy enough. “I’ve never worked with somebody who had such a clear vision,” says Appleby of Byrne. Horror film The Devil’s Candy   (out March 17) has generated terrific buzz since it premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2015. “There were a lot of special effects and smoke.” You know we are one 100 percent going to track the film down, right? “Okay,” she laughs. What was that about? I felt like he was really driven. The Devil’s Candy will be available in select theaters, on VOD, and via digital platforms on March 17   from IFC Midnight. “He knew completely the story he wanted to be telling.