Chrissy Teigen upset to be tagged in Fox News tweet: ‘I detest you’

Just a top as a dress. Show Full Article United Airlines caused an internet uproar on Sunday when it was discovered that they had barred two teenage girls from flying in leggings. After sharing tweets that told her “to get a grip” and “keep spreading that #FakeNews,” Teigen added, “Lmao.”
On Sunday, when the story about United first broke, Teigen said   on Twitter, “I have flown united before with literally no pants on. Next time I will wear only jeans and a scarf. Words cannot explain how much I detest you. Chrissy Teigen was just one of many to criticize the airline on Twitter, with Fox News covering her reaction and tagging the model in a tweet promoting the story, and Teigen didn’t take too kindly to it. — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) March 27, 2017

While many voiced their support for Teigen, the model had more fun retweeting those who were disparaging her response. Words cannot explain how much I detest you.”

@FoxNews I respectfully ask you please don't ever tag me in anything, ever. — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) March 26, 2017

Teigen is never one to shy away from voicing her opinions Twitter, whether it’s   calling out Donald Trump or sparring with Piers Morgan. Replying to the tweet from Fox News, the Lip Sync Battle host wrote, “@FoxNews I respectfully ask you please don’t ever tag me in anything, ever. Just a top as a dress. Next time I will wear only jeans and a scarf.”

I have flown united before with literally no pants on.

Miles Teller heads to TV in Amazon’s ‘Too Old to Die Young’

The premiere date for Teller’s new project has not yet been announced. Miles Teller has nabbed his first starring role on TV. 22; and the war drama Thank You For Your Service,   which hits theaters Oct. Show Full Article The series, which will be directed by Refn, dives into Los Angeles’ criminal underbelly via   the existential journeys of killers becoming samurai. Teller has two movies coming down the pike this year:   Granite Mountain, a film about the firemen who fought the 2013   wildfire in Prescott, Arizona, that’s due Sept. RELATED: EW’s 25 Best TV Shows in 25 Years
“I’m a huge fan of Nic’s work so the opportunity to work with him, and for a company like Amazon, with this type of material is very exciting,” said Teller in a statement. The   Whiplash   actor has been cast as the series lead in   Amazon’s   Too Old to Die Young, written by Nicolas Winding Refn (Neon Demon, Drive) and comic book writer Ed Brubaker (HBO’s Westworld). Teller will play Martin, a police officer who finds himself embroiled in the world of assassins. 27.

Reality TV show drops people into the wild for a year, doesn’t tell them show is canceled

After a year spent in the isolation of the Scottish wilderness, the contestants of BBC’s   Eden   have returned to civilization, where they’ve been greeted by a few surprises. “That’s why we did it and the story of their time, including the highs and the lows, will be shown later this year.”
In January,   The Press and Journal   reported that the makers of   Eden   had applied for planning permission for a second series. Tending livestock, growing food, and determining laws were all part of the experience. RELATED: Jersey Shore‘s 25 Most Outrageous Moments
The newspaper   reported “hunger, tiredness, and boredom” among the main reasons contestants gave up, along with “sexual jealousy” and a general disillusionment with the concept of the show. Eden   started airing in July 2016 on BBC’s Channel 4, but only the first four episodes   (covering the contestants’ experiences in March, April, and May) were broadcast. The first to leave, Tara Zieleman, reportedly faced some criticism from fellow cast members, but one of her biggest critics departed not long after. In September 2016, Scottish newspaper   The Press and Journal   reported that eight of the 23 original contestants had left the show. You're welcome. Happy Friday! Filming for   Eden   began in March 2016, when 23 strangers were placed in a remote, walled-off estate in the Scottish Highlands and tasked with building a society from scratch. Previous reports indicated the contestants were overwhelmed by insects and had resorted to smuggling in junk food. For starters, their country voted to leave the European Union and Donald Trump became president of the United States. The show’s last episode aired in August, while its last Twitter update came in October. But most relevant to them is the fact that the reality show they spent a year filming was pulled after only four episodes aired. #Eden
— Eden (@Eden_C4) October 7, 2016

In a statement to   The Guardian,   Channel 4 representatives promised that the remainder of the show would be aired sometime this year: “The appeal of Eden is that it was a real experiment and when filming began we had no idea what the results would be and how those taking part would react to being isolated for months in a remote part of the British Isles,” the network said. Unfortunately, problems cropped up quickly. Here's a cute animal pic. Eden   cast itself as a grand social experiment and tried to make the community at the center of the series as unmediated as possible. Show Full Article

‘Arrow’: Katie Cassidy returning as series regular for season 6

ET on The CW. Legends of Tomorrow's season finale enters its last week of production today. At the time, Guggenheim   teased that wasn’t the end for that character. Welcome back, Katie Cassidy! She will reprise the role of the Black Siren in the final two episodes of season 5 and will stick around for the following season.   Last year,   the   story took us to the tragic death of Laurel Lance.
— Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) February 21, 2017

Arrow airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Show Full Article The news arrives almost exactly a year after Laurel Lance (a.k.a. Ahead of her   Arrow return, you’ll be able to see Cassidy in the season 2 finale of   Legends of Tomorrow, which airs Tuesday, April 4. As of now, it’s unclear clear if and how this will affect   the show’s current Black Canary, Dinah Drake (Juliana Harkavy), a metahuman with a Canary Cry who recently joined Team Arrow. “We were so taken by Katie’s fearless interpretation of this character that we knew her story was not yet finished. Black Canary), Cassidy’s original   Arrow character, was killed off in the April 6 episode “Eleven-Fifty-Nine”
“One of the things that most excites   us about   Arrow   is that we go where the story takes us. Cassidy is returning to   Arrow as a series regular in season 6, EW has learned. “The episode ends with laying a very specific seed with a very specific game plan on our part that we hope to see come to fruition,” he told EW at the time.   This year, our midseason finale reintroduced us to Laurel’s doppelgänger, Black Siren,” said executive producer Marc Guggenheim in a statement. facility after trying to kill Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards). We couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome Katie back to   Arrow   as   Black Siren, though as her appearances on   Arrow   and   DC’s Legends of Tomorrow   this season show, she never really left the family.”
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The last time we saw the Black Siren, she was locked up in an A.R.G.U.S.

Tom Hardy reads bedtime stories: 7 more we want to hear

Order it here. Order it here. Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye by Tania del Rios and Will Staehle
This would be a double delight for viewers as not only are del Rios and Staehle’s books   filled with fun images and designs but the mystery-filled story of Warren, an orphan and future heir to his family’s hotel, is perfect for listeners of all ages who will be both surprised and delighted by the young hero’s quest to battle evil witches and save his beloved home. Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg   
Both the 1995 fan fave flick and it’s   2017 “continuation”   can trace their roots back to Van Allsburg’ original literary creation that saw young Peter and Judy turn to the magical board game when they’re bored one afternoon. The progression would be elevated even further with Hardy’s deep voice capturing the pathos of Silverstein’s words, no doubt creating an experience that would stay with viewers well into the night. With this selection, kids get all the fun of Novak’s creativity with words — which will soon be applied to teaching the alphabet   — while parents (and fans in general) get all the joy of watching Hardy bring said words to life. He was Bane in   Dark Knight Rises and Max in   Mad Max: Fury Road, for goodness sake. Order it here. Order it here. Order it here. Well, he keeps doing it, so it must be true. Little Brown Young Readers
The Wild Robot   by Peter Brown
Brown’s book is a bestseller and one of EW’s Best Middle Grade Novels of 2016   for a reason. The earnest tale of Roz the Robot’s struggle to “grow up” and survive in the wild while making friends and adjusting to parenthood is utterly relatable and an instant classic —   something to which the actor could totally do justice. And yes, the text is long and doesn’t lend itself well to images, but the range of characters and the central puzzle   would be showcase of Hardy’s character work. 👉 @BBCiPlayer#TomHardy#MothersDay
— CBeebies Grown-Ups (@CBeebiesHQ) March 26, 2017

With Hardy bringing his voice to so many book lovers young and   old, we put together a list of reading material that we’d like to see the dog-loving actor   apply his thespian skills to:
The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Dial Books
The Giving Tree   by Shel Silverstein
This perennial classic (which has since become real) has everything: iconic characters, an emotional sacrifice, and a deeply meaningful message. So he’s obviously the perfect guy to read a bedtime story, right? Penguin Random House

Show Full Article And the reason for his latest literary delight? None other than Mother’s Day, which was celebrated on March 26 in the United Kingdom this year. The Taboo   star’s third outing as part of BBC’s CBeebies Bed Time Stories   saw him read aloud from Ross Collins’   There’s a Bear on My Chair, which you can see a brief clip of below. Climo’s sweet illustrations of the tiny dino’s hilarious adventures would make for captivating visuals while letting Hardy have fun and get loose with the light-hearted story that sees Rory attempt to give his father some space and interfere with the older dinosaur’s simple desire for a nap. Order it here. Novak
Not only is this book fun to read aloud, but Hardy’s words are often accompanied by images from the book he’s reading. The award-winning story’s animal-filled twists and turns, combined with Hardy’s ability to speak in a low growl when needed, would allow fans excited for the movie to reacquaint themselves original while still getting a movie-worthy narration experience. Hardy first graced fans with his take on bedtime tales on special occasions like New Year’s Eve   and later Valentine’s Day. (Plus who doesn’t want to hear Tom Hardy’s impression of a monkey?)   Order it here. Rory the Dinosaur: Me and My Dad by Liz Climo
Rory is a young dinosaur with lots of imagination, and energy   — much to his patient father’s chagrin. Unusual Corporation & Quirk Books
The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
The Westing Game is a solid all-ages mystery novel, and Hardy’s narration would allow for whole families to experience Raskin’s classic together — with parents getting the chance to travel back to their own childhoods as they hear the words read aloud once more. One more time? Not to mention the fact that a longer text would allow for more footage of a neatly-bearded, cardigan-clad Hardy. Tom Hardy is known for playing dark and twisty, action-packed characters.

Sarah Silverman will tackle politics in new Hulu series

While it’s great to connect with like-minded people, Silverman feels it’s crucial, now more than ever, to connect with un-like-minded people. Here’s the series’ logline:
“From inciting treason to telling poop jokes, Sarah Silverman has created her fair share of online chatter, but with this show she’s looking to connect with people who may not agree with her personal opinions through honesty, humor, genuine interest in others, and not taking herself too seriously. On the show, Silverman will discuss “the current political and emotional landscape of the country” and attempt to connect with people who don’t share her views. Sarah Silverman will try to bring America together with her new Hulu show. Show Full Article She is teaming up with producers Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, and Funny Or Die, in creating a show setting out to   expose   the fact that we are all the same. Oh, and it will be funny too.”
I Love You, America is executive produced by Silverman, Ferrell, McKay, and Amy Zvi. The show’s premiere date has yet to be announced. Hulu has ordered 10 episodes of the comedian’s weekly half-hour topical series, which is tentatively titled   I Love You, America. Silverman’s   upcoming Netflix stand-up special   debuts May 30.

Trailers from Hell: Karyn Kusama recalls the insanity of ‘Bugsy Malone’

“I have a very strong sense of how strange the experience was, of watching children play in a sort of gangster epic, and to see that Jodie Foster was playing this sort of gun moll tough-girl and Scott Baio was playing the hero, though his voice hadn’t begun to break, so there was a funny disconnect between her toughness and his little boy voice.”
Hear Kusama talk more about Bugsy Malone in the clip above and watch the trailer for XX, below. “I was eight years old when I first saw this film,” recalls Kusama. Now, in the latest video from TFH Towers, another horror-loving filmmaker, XX   co-director Karyn Kusama, tackles another very weird kids movie, the 1976 gangster-musical Bugsy Malone, whose cast was actually made up of children. Show Full Article The last time we checked in with Joe Dante’s redoubtable movie website Trailers From Hell, Candyman director Bernard Rose was extolling the strange virtues of the 1982 fantasy epic, The Dark Crystal. You can hear more from Kusama and other TFH “gurus” at the Trailers From Hell website.

Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival announces 2017 lineup

He leaves behind a legacy of comedy, visual art, and disability advocacy. (USA/UK/Samoa/Australia) World Premiere. A truly homemade film about a down and out brother that shows up unannounced, altering the routine of his sister’s family. Entertaining voices, settings not often seen, and conflicts centered on the causes near and dear to our hearts, compel all who watch to stay true and stay tuned. A young female Marine war veteran navigates her disintegrating life until there is nothing left but to make a choice. (USA). (USA). Blood Road, directed by Nicholas Schrunk and written by Mark Anders. (USA). Jennifer Brea is an active Harvard PhD student about to marry the love of her life when suddenly her body starts failing her. The Gateway Bug, directed by Johanna B Kelly, written by Johanna B Kelly and Cameron Marshad. A couple who can’t stop fighting embark on a last-ditch effort to save their marriage: turning their fights into songs and starting a band. (USA) World Premiere. As they uncover his remarkable past as a musician, the sisters find their own voice, beginning their journey as singers/songwriters. A struggling actress working as a diamond courier conspires to stage a fake robbery, setting up her ex-boyfriend as the fall guy. (Canada) US Premiere. Inspired by a real-life story. A shy small-town Ohio girl who loves movies but dislikes reality, discovers the delightfully bizarre films of Federico Fellini, and sets off on a strange, beautiful journey across Italy to find him. Cast: Rylee Nykhol and Jontille Gerard  
Three Fingers, directed and written by Paul D. Wexford Plaza, directed and written by Joyce Wong. Cast: Renée Felice Smith, Matt Bush, Eric Christian Olsen, Linda Hunt, Nelson Franklin, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Sally Struthers, Georgia Mischak and Owain Rhys Davies
The Space Between, directed and written by Amy Jo Johnson. A teenage comic book artist who secretly sees unpleasant people as cartoon-like monsters struggles to save his eccentric best friend (and love of his life) from her abusive foster parents—but she becomes involved with an older man who happens to be a monster too. (commonly known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), a mysterious illness some still believe is “all in your head.”
Vegas Baby, directed and written by Amanda Micheli. (USA/UK/France). Lunch in Lima, directed and written by Gail Gilbert. Hart. Gabriel and Dana Scanlon. A woman who has lived a long life full of love and loss has to decide, based on all that she has learned, who to take along to eternity. Why kill your own food? Unrest, directed and written by Jennifer Brea. Really, surreally weird. Four countries. Narrative and Documentary Competition
These captivating and unique features exemplify the values the Bentonville Film Festival has come to be known for. Cast: Luciana Paes, Sandra Dani, Carolina Bianchi, Marcela Feter, Ester Laccava, Mawusi Tulani and Jane Eyre
The Final Show, directed and written by Dana Nachman. (Canada). A new father discovers his child is not his own and sets out on a journey to find answers. Cast: Brooke Purdy, Doug Purdy, Max Purdy, Scout Purdy, Mo Gaffney, Chris Mulkey, Jenica Bergere, Ryan Bollman and Michael Patrick McGill
Saving Sally, directed by Avid Liongoren and written by Charlene Sawit-Esguerra, Carlo Ledesma and Avid Liongoren. Cast: Eric Roberts, T.C. A loving portrait of a small Louisiana town created at the site of the world’s largest lumber mill that we examine through the lens of a 27 year-old charm school for girls run by Miss Dixie Gallaspy. Five women veterans who have endured unimaginable trauma in service create a shared sisterhood to help the rising number of stranded homeless women veterans by entering into a competition that unexpectedly catalyzes moving events in their own lives to bring them full circle in a quest for healing and hope. Narrative Features
A Different Sun, directed and written by Reed Tang. (USA). The Festival has become an important catalyst for change and we look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of the past year and setting the stage for years to come.”

Tickets and more information can be found at   here. Gertrude Bell, the most powerful woman in the British Empire in her day, shaped the modern Middle East after World War I in ways that still reverberate today. (Australia) US Premiere. “Wild Kitchen” is a 22-minute documentary TV series about wild food, the people who harvest it, their unique stories that compel them to live off the land. Gabriel, written by Renée Felice Smith, C. (USA). (USA) World Premiere. A young man living a sheltered life develops a crush on a stripper and joins her Alcoholics Anonymous group just so he can be in the same room with her. Bombing, directed and written by Gloria Mercer. A. Stories of love, struggle and art portraying the unknown faces of the East. (USA). Cast: Virginia Kull, Marilu Henner, Ed Begley, Jr., Zach McGowan, Ashton Holmes, Chelcie Ross and Jerry Mackinnon
Let Me Go, directed and written by Polly Steele. (USA) World Premiere. (USA). Cast: Katee Sackhoff, Jade Pettyjohn, Jeremy Sisto, Heather Matarazzo, Judy Reyes and Diego Josef
H.O.M.E., directed by Daniel Maldonado, written by Daniel Maldonado and Hector Carosso. Losing Sight of Shore, directed by Sarah Moshman, written by Sarah Moshman and Peter Saroufim. Cast: Lauren McGibbon, Annabel Maclean, Daniel Jeffery, Sarah Faye Bernstein, Penelope Good, Michael Bean, Derek Trowell, Steve Waldman and Tyson Storozinski
Code Red, directed and written by Sabrina Doyle. (USA). (USA). Cast: Tiffany Ayalik, Lawrence Nayalle and Liz Nayalle

Show Full Article When Ada and her sister, Piper, discover a letter about their late father, a Marine who died in Iraq, they embark on a secret quest beyond their life in rural Tennessee to discover the truth about the man they never knew. As a third-generation firefighter, Brooke has a passion for heroism that runs in her blood. Looking at the Stars, directed by Alexandre Peralta, written by Alexandre Peralta and Melissa Rebelo Kerezsi. (USA). In a dystopian future where people live nocturnally to avoid the harmful rays of the sun, a young girl unravels the lie that has kept her and her sister in the dark. (USA).A 1932-born hard-working poor black man from the Mississippi backwoods becomes an internationally acclaimed Blues star after he releases his debut album at age 81. During the course of one day, a group of students at a school in Los Angeles find themselves caught up in a plot of sex, lies and dead bodies. Cast: Michael Rosete, Courtney Bandeko, Jon Viktor Corpuz, Sammay Dizon, JD Charisma, Olga Natividad and Derek Basco  
Free to Laugh, directed by Lara Everly. Cast: Jeremy Ray Valdez, Jesús Ochoa, Angela Lin and Carlo Alban
Homestate, directed by David Hickey, written by Blaise Miller and David Hickey. At an age when everyone around them is settling down and finding love, Beck and Liam are self-proclaimed loners. The film is set in the year 2000 following not only Helga and Traudi’s journeys but the next two generations and how Beth, Helga’s daughter and Emily her granddaughter are confronted with the unraveling of the darkest of family secrets. (USA). “The Gateway Bug” explores how changing daily eating habits can feed humanity in an uncertain age, one meal at a time. (USA) World Premiere. The 2017 festival, which runs from May 2-7 in   Bentonville, Arkansas,   unveiled   its lineup on Monday, including the   opening night film   3   Generations, starring Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts, and Susan Sarandon. Cast: Wei-Yi Lin, Maeve Fogarty, Naomi Fogarty, Ann Carr, Scott Vicari, Jamie Harold and Mary Kay Place
Lost & Found, directed and written by Haroula Rose. She quickly figures out that her dad’s accidental death was not accidental at all and the lists of possible suspects is very long. Cast: Miles O’Neil, Alice Ansara, James Lawson and Dawn Klingberg          
Flip the Record, directed and written by Marie Jamora. (USA). A misunderstood sexual encounter unravels the life of a lonely female security guard and her deadbeat paramour in this slice-of-life comedy set in a dilapidated Scarborough strip mall. As Andy faces addiction and post traumatic stress, another deeper trauma emerges to threaten his course to recovery. (USA). Healing River, directed by Hollie Noble, written by Megan Bannon and Jessica Marcy. Hoping to shed light on her strange symptoms, Jennifer grabs a camera and films the darkest moments unfolding before her eyes as she is derailed by M.E. When Emma Gardner learns of her father’s untimely death, she returns to her home town to find that the idyllic farming community of her childhood has been ravaged by drought and is now a place tormented by gangs and the ill effects of extreme poverty. (USA). A Chinese family moves from their native land to a town in Germany and struggle to adjust to the different culture. On the day he is set to star in a career-changing blockbuster, an Irish actor with a rocky past confronts a series of devastating events that threaten his sobriety, his loved ones, and possibly his life. Cast: Elle Winter, Kylee Russell, Sam Evans, Emily Johnson and Carson Boatman  
Deep Storage, directed and written by Susan Earl. (USA). (USA). Cast: Kate Nowlin, Chris Sullivan, Tom Lipinski, Rusty Schwimmer, Ashlie Atkinson, Ken Marks and Rene Auberjonois  
Girl Flu, directed and written by Dorie Barton. Au Pair, directed and written by Enid Zentelis. A new mindful generation of teens defy factory farming and turn to hunting as a way of connecting with the source of their sustenance. A Chinese au pair, Min, is in America “to be the woman she can’t be in China”- a radical, outspoken feminist. Inspired by a healing ranch for troubled girls in North Carolina, “Unbridled” tells a tremendous story of redemption and triumph, exposing the atrocities of abuse, neglect and sex trafficking and the healing and redemption experienced by girls and horses who have suffered the same types of abuse. Nacido de Nuevo, directed by Evan Kaufmann, written by Rick del Castillo and A. In a statement, Geena Davis says, “I’m so excited to be heading into our third annual BFF. In this smart and funny educational series, two pint-sized cooking show hosts and their hapless young producer prepare their favorite foods, then go on fantastic adventures through time and space to learn more about the recipes’ origins. A small-town nurse named Susette Kelo emerges as the reluctant leader of her working-class neighbors in their struggle to save their homes from political and corporate interests bent on seizing the land and handing it over to Pfizer Corporation. (USA). Lessner and Lauren Hollingsworth. Cast: Maria Bello, Ksenia Solo, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Beth Riesgraf  
Krystal, directed by William H. Documentary Features
An Acquired Taste, directed and written by Vanessa LeMaire. Cast: Blaise Miller, Grace Love, Shaneye Ferrell and David Hickey
Imperfections, directed and written by David Singer. (Canada) US Premiere. (Iran/Oman/Turkey/Tajikistan) World Premiere. (USA/Canada). Cast: Robert M. Women of the Silk Road, directed and written by Yassamin Maleknasr. Marriage hangs in the balance. Six years after a tragic accident, 26-year-old Andy and his family struggle to find their footing again. A comedian struggles to adjust to taking care of her estranged daughter. (USA). (USA). High school archery champion Lauren has just landed in Paradise Trails, a brutal juvenile correctional facility in the wilderness, after hospitalizing a boy in self-defense. Dyck and written by Keith Cooper. More influential than her friend and colleague Lawrence of Arabia, Bell helped draw the borders of Iraq and established the Iraq Museum. (USA) World Premiere. Kate seems cursed to make a fool of herself every time she bumps into Lily, an old friend from college. Cast: Melonie Diaz, William Janowitz, Jennifer Lafleur, Terence Nance, Avi Rothman, Peter Thomson, Laura Lee Botsacos, Nick Thurston, Ethan Gold and Haroula Rose
Nosh: Bite-Size Adventures, directed by Dream Kasestatad and written by Jan Epstein Schwaid. Bogalusa Charm, directed by Stephen Richardson and written by Jennifer Harrington. (USA) On the anniversary of his young son’s death, border patrol agent Ramon Nunez finds redemption at the hands of an illegal alien in a single polarizing and life-altering night. Woman On Fire, directed and written by Julie Sokolow. A ‘love letter’ to New York City woven of two stories through its subways and ethnic enclaves. (USA) World Premiere. (USA). Bird, 12, has to become a woman whether she wants to or not when – in the worst week of her life – she gets her first period, is ditched by her impulsive, free spirited mom, and learns that you can never really go back to The Valley. Cast: Catherine Keener, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Callum Keith Rennie, Colin Cunningham and Aaron Douglas
Parkers Anchor, directed by Marc Hampson, written by Ryan and Jennica Schwartzman. Four brave women set out to row across the Pacific Ocean from America to Australia. Cast: Reid Asselstine, Darrel Gamotin, Francis Melling and Mirko Miljevic
Spotlight Narrative and Documentary Competition
This competition provides a platform for well-crafted, polished, feature-length productions that have garnered significant support from distinguished members of the entertainment industry. Mothers in the Middle, directed by Lauren Hollingsworth and written by Kaitlin McLaughlin, Inbal B. Taylor. This year   marks the third birthday of the Bentonville Film Festival, co-founded by Academy Award winner Geena Davis with a mission to champion women and diverse voices. New Orleans artist and rabble-rouser Jonah Bascle faces his mortality. A Happening of Monumental Proportions, directed by Judy Greer and written by Gary Lundy. Cast: Satinder Sartaaj, Jason Flemyng, Shabana Azmi, Amanda Root, Keith Duffy, David Essex and Sophie Stevens  
Short Film Competition
New to BFF for 2017, not a second is wasted in these pieces of short-form cinema that deliver highly-concentrated doses of powerful imagery and condensed storytelling. And there’s plenty more in its   slate of films (there was, according to a press release from festival organizers,   a 247 percent increase in submissions) that span   across categories   like   Narrative and Documentary Feature Competition, Short Film Competition, Episodic Content Competition, and Spotlight Narrative and Documentary Feature Competition, and hail from countries including France, Nicaragua, Brazil, India, Austria, and Iran, among others. Served like a Girl, directed by Lysa Heslov, written by Lysa Heslov and Tchavdar Georgiev. (USA). Krystal soon discovers that you’re never starting over, every step of the journey seems destined in hindsight. Late Blossom Blues,directed by Wolfgang Pfoser-Almer and Stefan Wolner, written by Wolfgang Pfoser-Almer. Cast: Juan Pablo Raba, Grace Santos, Johan Luis and Anthony Escobar  
Pool, directed and written by Leandro Goddinho. Band Aid, directed and written by Zoe Lister-Jones. Stallings, Tea Mckay, Jenn Gotzon, Dey Young, Rachel Hendrix, David Topp and Rusty Martin, Sr. Cast: Juliet Stevenson, Jodhi May, Lucy Boynton, Karin Bertling and Stanley Weber
Little Pink House, directed and written by Courtney Moorehead Balaker. Some think an in vitro fertilization contest sounds crazy, but countless Americans desperate to start a family believe this social media experiment is their only hope. Macy and written by Will Aldis. Cast: Chin Han, Jing Xu, Tessa Keimes,   Ashley Gerasimovich and Catherine Jiang
A Witches’ Ball, directed by Justin G. Cast: Morgan Neundorf, Karen Slater, Loukia Ioannou and Will Ennis  
Axis, directed by Aisha Tyler and written by Emmett Hughes. (USA) World Premiere. A little girl searches for her missing dog, Momo. A dramatic psychological thriller about a female Marine veteran and the struggle to come home. (USA). (USA). Cast: Marion Ross, Peter Mark Richman, Nancy Dussault, Jerry Douglas, Murphy Dunne, Roger Rose, Elizabeth Hayden, Kay Benjamin and Loren Lester
They Charge for the Sun, directed by Terence Nance and written by Eugene Ramos, story by Terence Nance. Fueled by a palpable desire for change and innovation, these films exhibit fortitude and tenacity both in front of and behind the camera. Cast: Jennica Schwartzman, Amy Argyle, Christopher Marquette, Ryan Schwartzman, Penny Johnson Jerald, Michael Beach, Sarah Colonna, Brandon Keener, Claire Donald, Peter Weidman and Deborah Smith
Quality Problems, directed by Brooke Purdy and Doug Purdy, written by Brooke Purdy. Family To-Do-List: throw perfect eight-year-old’s birthday party, find wandering grandpa and deal with cancer in the left boob. (USA). Letters From Baghdad, directed by Sabine Krayenbühl and Zeva Oelbaum. Larry has Down’s, Sophie has epilepsy, in a world that conspires to keep them apart, will love triumph? A. (USA). Five middle-class working mothers juggle parenting and demanding jobs while contemplating major life decisions. (USA) World Premiere. Cast: Michael Cram, Sonya Salomaa, Michael Ironside, Julia Sarah Stone, Amy Jo Johnson, David Paetkau, Jayne Eastwood and Kristian Bruun
The Sun at Midnight, directed and written by Kirsten Carthew. Although she’s used to pushing her body to its limit, nothing could prepare ultra-endurance mountain biker Rebecca Rusch for the emotional journey she took in 2015 when she pedaled 1,200 miles of the Ho Chi Minh trail in search of the crash site that claimed the life of her father, a US Air Force pilot shot down during the Vietnam War. “Women of the Silk Road” explores the diversity of individual lives under the broad banner of the Middle East and Central Asia; and the simple truth that all lives are about love. (USA, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam). To make a humane kill, these animal lovers confront tormenting ethics and their worst nightmares, partly to eat dinner, and partly to carve out their own identities in a world increasingly at odds with reality and nature. (Brazil). Brooke Guinan is the first openly transgender firefighter in New York City. Two loners find love in the most unromantic of places. But when Lauren learns how deep corruption runs at Paradise Trails under the pernicious rule of warden and bow-hunter, Bob, she plots her escape, with the aid of rebellious inmate Rebecca. Marc Chung buys a gun to protect his address in this comedic and highly stylized student short film. “Looking at the Stars” is an intimate glimpse into the lives of the extraordinary ballerinas at the world’s only ballet school for the blind – the Fernanda Bianchini Ballet Association for the Blind. Cast: Kaitlyn Bausch, Cozi Zuehlsdorff, Amanda Detmer, Laura Bell Bundy, Willie Nelson, Shawn Michaels and Ronny Cox  
Sanctuary, directed by Len Collin and written by Christian O’Reilly. Cast: Rhian Ramos, Enzo Marcos, TJ Trinidad and Peejo Pillar
The Archer, directed by Valerie Weiss and written by Casey Schroen. Cast: Rengin Altay, Adrianne Cury, Julie Greenberg, Susannah Kavanaugh, Amelia Lopez, Daniela Lopez and Isabel Quintero  
Marc Chung Protects His Address, directed by Michael Chan and written by Drew Pollins. In this 1980s coming-of-age story set to pulsing hip-hop music, a Filipino-American teen discovers her identity through a budding talent for turntablism. (Canada). (USA). (USA). (Ireland). When her plans for marriage and a family fall apart, Krystal finds herself back in her hometown, re-evaluating her life. (Philippines) US Premiere. A young witch is ready to jump in feet first to the Witching World but not before overcoming some magical hurdles. (UK) World Premiere. An elegant ladies lunch in Peru reveals the dark side of privilege with no conscience. When Stella and Ian host their “unwedding”, all kinds of uncomfortable truths are unearthed for this group of friends. (USA). (USA) “Mully” depicts the extraordinary rags-to-riches story of Charles Mully, whose meteoric rise from orphaned poverty in Kenya leads him on an unimaginable journey of selflessness. This star-studded documentary takes us on a thought provoking and humorous journey to explore the evolution of disability portrayals in film and television. (USA) US Premiere. Cinemability, directed by Jenni Gold, written by Jenni Gold and Sam Reed. Over 2 billion people on earth eat insects for protein. Shot at the Arctic Circle, “The Sun At Midnight” tells the story of an unusual friendship between a hunter obsessed with finding a missing caribou herd and a teenage rebel who gets lost while on the run. Collectively, they represent our efforts, to deliver commercial mission-minded films to our dedicated audiences. Cast: Devery Jacobs, Duane Howard, Mark Anderako, Sarah Charlie Jerome, William Greenland, Shayla Snowshow and Jaclynn Robert
Unbridled, directed by John David Ware and written by Bonne Bartron. On a quest to understand her grandmother’s past, Claudia meets Marlene, an old woman who’s created an homage to her memories inside an empty pool. But her host mother, newly divorced Cindy, intends to use Min as dating bait. (Brazil/Nicaragua/USA). (USA). What’s a girl to do when she gets an unwelcome visit from Aunt Flo? Mully, directed and written by Scott Haze. Cast: Emmett Hughes, Thomas Gibson, Ciáran Hinds, Paula Malcomson, Bronagh Waugh, Jerry Ferrara, Aisha Tyler and Sam Rockwell
Bloodstripe, directed by Remy Auberjonois, written by Kate Nowlin and Remy Auberjonois. Why has she been written out of history? Kate and Lily, directed and written by Grey Cusack. (USA) World Premiere. (UK/India) World Premiere. After bonding over their mutual disinterest in relationships, they decide to go away together on a ‘friend’ trip. A comedy workshop in Los Angeles teaches improv and stand up to women recently released from prison, culminating in a show for friends and family. (Canada). You can see the festival’s lineup announcement below. What is intended to be a healthy way of breaking up in fact raises all kinds of issues for this group of thirty-somethings in their own relationships, especially when Stella’s unruly mother Lourdes appears unexpectedly. Cast: Liberty Hayes, Holden Jahn, Ann Zavelson and Sean Callawy  
Wild Kitchen, directed by Caroline Cox. A self-conscious teenager uses technology to combat the stigma around menstruation. (USA). “Little Hero” is a documentary about a six-year-old boy’s autism as seen through his twin sister’s eyes. But little does Kate know, not everything is what it seems. Cast: Jane Seymour, Annabelle Stephenson, Nicholas Gonzalez, James Morrison and Paul Rodriguez  
Pure Country: Pure Heart, directed by Damon Santostefano and written by Holly Goldberg Sloan. Cast: Kieran Coppinger, Charlene Kelly, Robert Doherty, Emer Macken, Michael Hayes and Valerie Egan
The Black Prince, directed and written by Kavi Raz. Pray for Rain, directed by Alex Ranarivelo, written by Christina Moore and Gloria Musca. Lee, Corban Cloward, Christopher Carrillo, Austin Kress, Dante Smith and Scarlett the Corgi
Momo, directed and written by Avid Liongoren. Four women. (USA). In Search of Fellini, directed by Taron Lexton and written by Nancy Cartwright and Peter Kjenaas. Jonah Stands Up, directed and written by Hannah Engelson. Cast: Virginia Newcomb, Benjamin Keepers, Kim Kendall, Jon Winscher and Kinsley Carter
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The Relationtrip, directed by Renée Felice Smith and C. (USA). Four stories. (Philippines/France). (USA). The tragic yet fascinating true story about the last King of the mighty Kingdom of Punjab. Cast: Lindsey Naves, Claudia Crook, Noël Wells, Joey Scoma and Shane Browne  
Little Hero, directed and written by Marcus A McDougald and Jennifer Medvin. That’s when things get weird.

‘Straight Outta Compton’ star O’Shea Jackson Jr. in talks for ‘Godzilla’ sequel

With the upcoming Godzilla sequel and the recent release of Kong: Skull Island, Legendary and Warner Bros. Kong. is in talks   to star in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, EW has confirmed. are paving the way for an epic 2020 showdown in Godzilla vs. Jackson joins the growing cast for Michael Dougherty’s (Krampus) follow-up to Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla reboot. Show Full Article Millie Bobby Brown, Kyle Chandler, and Vera Farmiga are already on board. Today was a good day… to run from Godzilla. Variety first reported the news. The Godzilla sequel would mark the most high-profile role yet for Jackson, the son of Ice Cube, since he made his film debut in the 2015 hit Straight Outta Compton, the biopic of the legendary rap group N.W.A., in which he played his father. Straight Outta Compton   breakout O’Shea Jackson Jr.

The Chainsmokers release somber new song, ‘The One’

This is the third song released from their upcoming debut album,   Memories… Do Not Open. Florida-Georgia Line)

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8. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and nabbed a Grammy nomination. “It Won’t Kill Ya” (feat. Although the Chainsmokers have been putting out music since 2012, they’ve found the most success with 2016’s “Closer,” featuring Halsey: The single reached No. Emily Warren)
7. The Chainsmokers slowed down the tempo for new track “The One,” which the duo dropped on Monday. “Honest”
10. “The One”
2. “Wake Up Alone” (feat. Memories… Do Not Open   also includes singles “Paris” and “Something Just Like This,” a collaboration with Coldplay. “Last Day Alive” (feat. “My Type” (feat. See the full tracklist below, and hear “The One” above. “Something Just Like This” (with Coldplay)
6. 1. The record arrives April 7. Emily Warren)
5. “Break Up Every Night”
3. “Young”
12. “Don’t Say” (feat. “Paris”
9. “Bloodstream”

Charli XCX and Mura Masa debut ‘1 Night’ music video

Two British wunderkinds are uniting for just “1 Night.”
Pop starlet   Charli XCX and 20-year-old producer Mura Masa just shared the new music video (above) for their recent collaboration, “1 Night,” which finds the singer   showing off a few GIF-able dance movies. Show Full Article Charli XCX also has a full-length project set to arrive later this year, which she promises is full of “next-level pop records.” “[The album is] split into half a straight-up pop album and half a more club-oriented record,” the “After the Afterparty” singer   told EW late last year. The tropical track   is slated to appear on Mura Masa’s upcoming debut studio album, due later this year, alongside   guest appearances from Shura and A$AP Rocky. The 10-song set features collaborations with MØ, CupcaKke, Uffie, and more. “It’s all pop, but some of it’s harder and more aggressive, and you’ll want to take more drugs to [one] half than the other.”

In the meantime, she’s tiding fans over with a just-released mixtape,   titled   Number 1 Angel.

Abby Lee Miller says she’s quitting ‘Dance Moms’ after being ‘manipulated and disrespected’

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Miller   noted that she had recently defied a producer’s orders to have her popular piece “Where Have All the Children Gone” performed —   “ALONG WITH THREE BEAUTIFUL SOLOS!” she said. I JUST HAVE A PROBLEM WITH BEING MANIPULATED, DISRESPECTED, AND USED – DAY IN AND DAY OUT BY MEN WHO NEVER TOOK A DANCE LESSON IN THEIR LIVES AND TREAT WOMEN LIKE DIRT! I don't have a problem working with any kid, I love children and have dedicated my life to making other people's children successful! “FOR THE PAST SIX YEARS/SEVEN SEASONS I HAVE ASKED, BEGGED, AND EVEN DEMANDED CREATIVE CREDIT FOR ALL THE IDEAS, AWARD WINNING ROUTINES, THEMES AND COSTUMING – TO NO AVAIL!”

The majority of children that follow me may be fast asleep, however now is the critical time to make the following statement: I WILL NO LONGER TAKE PART IN DANCE MOMS. This story originally appeared on In January,   the reality star   agreed to   forfeit $120,000 in Australian currency that she snuck into the country, the   Associated Press   reported. Abby Lee Miller is saying goodbye to Dance Moms. TODAY, I WAS SO PROUD THAT I WENT AGAINST THE PRODUCER'S IDEA (ONCE AGAIN) TO ENTER A COMMAND PERFORMANCE OF ONE OF MY FAVORITE NUMBERS… "WHERE HAVE ALL THE CHILDREN GONE?" ALONG WITH THREE BEAUTIFUL SOLOS! The 50-year-old dance instructor announced her resignation in an Instagram post on Sunday, accusing officials behind the popular Lifetime show of treating her “like dirt” after she wrapped filming for season 7B. Officials postponed Miller’s sentencing court date in February. “I JUST HAVE A PROBLEM WITH BEING MANIPULATED, DISRESPECTED, AND USED – DAY IN AND DAY OUT BY MEN WHO NEVER TOOK A DANCE LESSON IN THEIR LIVES AND TREAT WOMEN LIKE DIRT!”
Lifetime has yet to officially comment   on Miller’s announcement, which comes as the choreographer finds herself in the midst of a bankruptcy fraud case. “I WILL NO LONGER TAKE PART IN DANCE MOMS,” Miller wrote. “I don’t have a problem working with any kid, I love children and have dedicated my life to making other people’s children successful!” she continued. FOR THE PAST SIX YEARS/ SEVEN SEASONS I HAVE ASKED, BEGGED, AND EVEN DEMANDED CREATIVE CREDIT FOR ALL THE IDEAS, AWARD WINNING ROUTINES, THEMES, AND COSTUMING – TO NO AVAIL! Miller   is also accused of divvying $120,000 and having her friends carry the money in plastic bags in their luggage in August 2014. This article originally appeared in

Show Full Article She allegedly hid the money in   secret bank accounts between 2012-13. In October 2015,   Miller was charged with attempting to hide   $775,000 of income from her   Lifetime series and its spin-off,   Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition   and   multiple other projects, during Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.

Pharrell Williams producing movie musical inspired by his childhood

Toy Story 4 writer Martin Hynes will write the screenplay. In all, Hidden Figures earned three Oscar nominations, including best picture, and it raked in more than $220 million at the global box office. After earning an Oscar nomination for producing Hidden Figures, Pharrell Williams has lined up his next project: a musical based on his own childhood. Williams is set to produce alongside Gil Netter and Mimi Valdes. EW has confirmed that Fox is developing the film, a movie musical titled Atlantis. Per The Hollywood Reporter, which first reported the news, Atlantis is being described as a “Romeo and Juliet style story (with a music element) inspired by Williams’ childhood in Virginia Beach.”

Broadway alum Michael Mayer, who won a Tony Award for Spring Awakening, is attached to direct Atlantis. A 10-time Grammy winner, Williams is best known for his music career, but he’s also been involved in some high-profile film projects. Show Full Article Mayer also directed the Broadway stage adaptation of American Idiot, as well as the 2006 film Flicka. He earned his first Oscar nomination in 2014 for writing the song “Happy” for Despicable Me 2, and he previously teamed up with Fox to produce and write the music for Hidden Figures.

‘The Flash’: Who is Savitar?

She has trouble doing that and when she does reveal what it is, it’s not something that Cisco sees coming.”
Subsequently, Barry will take a trip to the future in a bid for answers. However, bargaining with the villain may come with a price — more on that here. Show Full Article “The tricky thing in [Tuesday’s episode] is that what brings her over to our Earth and our reality is a secret from her past that Cisco spends most of the episode really grappling with her on and trying to get her to be open about. “Now you’re going to see how everything unfolds and it’s going to be a little bit different than what you’ve seen,” EP Todd Helbing says, cautioning, “Time is harder to change than even Barry realizes.”
Asked to tease one thing about the finale, Kreisberg offers: “You’re definitely going to cry.”
The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. “They need to figure out who he is first,” Grant Gustin tells EW. Either way, the team will get an assist with the return of Gypsy (Jessica Camacho), whom Cisco (Carlos Valdes) hopes to further his relationship with. As Team Flash — and therefore the viewers — inch closer to that fateful night where Iris (Candice Patton) is destined to die, Helbing also teases that the ultimate showdown is “going to be incredibly emotional and epic at the same time — not epic in a grand scale, but epic in how it impacts everybody.”
Whether Barry will be able to save Iris or not, the finale is slated to catch up to that grim future we’ve glimpsed several times over the last few episodes. While Barry was attempting to free Wally (Keiynan Lonsdale) from the Speed Force during a recent episode of The Flash, Jesse Quick (Violett Beane) went toe-to-toe with this season’s big bad, piercing a part of his armor and discovering that he could actually be wounded, thus he can potentially be stopped. “Catching him could provide the key to Savitar’s identity,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg says. “It impacts everybody and makes them question everything that they’ve known for the past three seasons,” EP Aaron Helbing says. It’s going to be a challenge to stop this guy. “I love that our show is so involved that it can inspire people to come up with their own theories and conspiracies about what’s going on with the plot,” Valdes says. It’s going to be a different kind of challenge than we’ve ever had.”

So, who’s really under that mask? Of course, I know what’s going to happen, but it’s fun to watch fans just create labyrinths for themselves.”
Whoever is revealed under that mask will certainly change the show moving forward. “She’s very protective of her own emotions and her own vulnerabilities, but I think the magic of the chemistry between the two is that Cisco can cut right through that and see her for who she really is,” Valdes says. Now that Team Flash knows Savitar is not a god, but an actual person, the race is on to try to find out who’s under that armor. “Hopefully, if we’ve done our jobs right, you will be both shocked and also go, ‘That makes perfect sense.’ So hopefully we’ve laid the groundwork for it all to make sense not just in the moment, but hopefully you look back and you realize how important it was for Barry to face this particular villain in his journey as a hero and how this season ties into all the others.”
Some theories have emerged that a future version of Wally could be the villain — after all, Savitar did say he created himself — or he could even be a future version of — twist! All involved are staying relatively mum. “Barry is going to realize that the hunt for Savitar’s identity might not lie in the present, which will take the show in a fun and interesting direction,” Kreisberg teases of episode 19, aptly titled “The Once and Future Flash.” Adds Gustin: “This is definitely his most involved trip to the future or the past because he’s there for a predominant part of the episode and tries to get some clues as to how this went down in the future so he can come back and stop it. — Barry! “I honestly just prefer to stay out of it and watch it all happen, like a mastermind just watching all the pieces collect themselves. “They don’t even know where to start.”
They may get help in that department with the arrival of Abra Kadabra (David Dastmalchian), a metahuman villain from the future. ET on The CW. Barry starts to get some answers pretty soon. “When we have a masked villain, we do our best to subvert audience’s expectations,” Kreisberg says.

True Detective season 3 revived, David Milch joins team

Of course, you already know True Detective launched to considerable acclaim and fan fascination in 2014 and then fell into a sophomore slump with the critics during its second season in 2015. There is no movement on any follow-up to Milch’s former HBO show. At any rate, adding at least some of Milch’s voice into the   True Detective   universe could be very cool for fans of both franchises if this newfound alliance between two strong voices works out. And speaking of waiting a long time for dramas to return, any story about Milch and HBO cannot avoid addressing the extremely long-awaited return of 2006’s   Deadwood (as a movie or miniseries). We have also learned that Emmy-winning writer-producer David Milch — the mind behind dramas such as Deadwood and NYPD Blue — is coming on board to work with Pizzolatto. Obviously, Milch’s experience as a writer will be a key component, but for the record he’s not expected to serve as the   True Detective showrunner (at this stage, there is no specified season 3 showrunner). Show Full Article After two years off the air and plenty of speculation about its future, HBO’s   True Detective is making some progress behind the scenes toward a new season. We’re open to somebody else writing it and Nic supervising it. In July 2016, HBO head of programming Casey Bloys assured “…both Nic and HBO are open to another season. It’s a valuable franchise, it’s not dead, we just don’t have a take for a third season yet.”
Recently Matthew McConaughey — who starred in the first season — has publicly said he would be interested in reprising his role, but there’s no indication at this time what creative direction the next season would take. EW has exclusively learned that creator Nic Pizzolatto has penned at least the first two episodes for a potential third edition of the acclaimed anthology crime drama. Also keep in mind a third season has also not yet been greenlit, so new episodes are far from certain. I don’t think Nic has a take and he’s working on some other projects. And with star Ian McShane on the upcoming American Gods over on HBO’s premium cable rival Starz, I wouldn’t expect anything new on that front for longer still (McShane is locked up at least two years, according to a recent interview). Both seasons were successful in the ratings, but it’s been unclear whether Pizzolatto was going to produce a third season, and in what capacity he would serve in such an outing. The extent of Pizzolatto and Milch’s collaboration is still early days and not yet formalized.

Kim Kardashian wants baby No. 3 with Kanye West, despite rough pregnancies

Simply shocked. Latest updates And concerned. Some background for those not keeping up with the next generation of Kardashian Wests: Daughter North arrived a month ahead of time after mom dealt with early-onset preeclampsia and then, post-delivery, the placenta did not detach from Kim’s uterine wall;   son Saint West was breech, and the placenta issue recurred. Kim Kardashian West, whose two pregnancies have been far less than comfortable for the reality star, says she’s   going to try to have another baby.”I want my kids to have siblings, but the doctors don’t think it’s safe for me,” she says in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it promo for the next episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”   If the editing of the reactions from Khloe Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Kourtney   Kardashian is to be believed, the family was shocked by Kim’s smiling announcement.

Ted Koppel tells Sean Hannity he’s bad for America; Hannity fires back

He questioned why CBS only aired two minutes of his 45-minute interview in the 10-minute segment before demanding the network release the full interview so people could see the truth.This is not the first time that Koppel has found himself at odds with outspoken political pundits. (Appearing on O’Reilly’s   show last year, Koppel told the host:   “You have changed the television landscape over the past 20 years. During an interview with Koppel, Hannity   said:   “We have to give some credit to the American people that they’re somewhat intelligent and they know the difference between an opinion show and a news show.””You think we’re bad for America?” Hannity asked, to which Koppel immediately responded, “Yeah.””You think I’m bad for America?” Hannity   clarified. In 2010, Koppel   wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post bemoaning the rise of Fox News and MSNBC and their politically partisan personalities, including Keith Olbermann and Bill O’Reilly. In a decidedly unsurprising turn of events, veteran newsman Ted Koppel and Fox News personality Sean Hannity   have polarizing reactions to Koppel’s   “CBS News   Sunday Morning” segment on the political polarization of America.The 10-minute analysis attributed the growing rise in political discord to the Federal Communications Commission’s 1987 revocation of the Fairness Doctrine, which required broadcasters to present contrasting views for matters of public interest.In the wake of the revocation, highly politicized personalities and networks were given room to thrive, leading to   an environment where individuals on either side of the aisle are unable to agree on what are the facts.Enter Sean Hannity. You took it from being objective and dull to subjective and entertaining.”)Koppel   was the host of ABC’s “Nightline” for 25 years and now serves as a special contributor for “CBS News Sunday Morning.” Latest updates Again, Koppel   answered in the affirmative.It wasn’t the only notable exchange between the two in the segment, which featured Hannity calling for the defeat of liberalism and asserting that the press is out to destroy the president. Hannity went on a Twitter tear after the telecast Sunday morning.

Hulu announces summer premiere dates for ‘Difficult People,’ ‘Casual,’ more

Joyce directed and executive-produced the documentary. RELATED: EW’s 25 Best TV Shows in 25 Years
Becoming Bond:   Saturday, May 20
George Lazenby may have taken on the role of Bond (James Bond), but the Australian actor was a literal newcomer to Hollywood before he secured his big role. Elsewhere Marilyn (Andrea Martin) gets a book deal and Arthur (James Urbaniak) must commute to Jupiter, Florida, when PBS moves all of its productions to the Sunshine State. The documentary-narrative hybrid tells viewers the rags-to-riches story of how a car mechanic secured such an iconic role and went on to turn it down. She, Alex, and Laura begin to act out as they explore new jobs, romantic partners, and unfollowed dreams while also searching for a semblance of normal. Elsewhere, Julie (Klausner) will spend the 10 episodes trying everything from meditation to ayahuasca in her attempts to find happiness following the revelation that she can’t take anymore anti-depressants without risking her health. Gabourey Sidibe (Empire) also stars. Read on for the dates plus descriptions of the projects. The streaming service on Monday announced its summer premiere dates, revealing when favorites like   Casual and   Difficult People will be returning, as well as the debuts of three documentaries that dive into three different hallmarks of popular culture. Difficult People: Tuesday, Aug. 8  
Billy (Eichner) falls in love with his first real boyfriend (guest star John Cho) while falling   out of love with New York City in season 3 of the Hulu comedy. Dive into the identity of the Dark Knight’s   other creator, Bill Finger, with author Marc Tyler Nobleman as he attempts to get the overlooked writer (who was responsible for both the concept and the costume) the credit he deserves. Lazenby (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service),   Josh Lawson (Superstore), Kassandra Clementi (UnReal),   Jane Seymour (Jane the Virgin), Jeff Garlin (The Goldbergs), Jake Johnson (New Girl) and Dana Carvey (Saturday Night Live) all star. Don Argott and Sheena M. Batman & Bill:   Saturday, May 6
Turns out that Bob Kane isn’t the only person we have to thank for the popular DC hero. As the winter chill recedes and the flowers begin to bloom, it’s time for TV viewers to ditch the darker dramas and maybe tune into some lighter, funnier fare — and luckily Hulu has a few suggestions. Show Full Article Casual: Tuesday, May 23
The 13-episode third season picks up after Charles’ death and Valerie’s decision to move out. Dumb: The Story of Big Brother Magazine: Saturday, June 3
Flash back to the days of Big Brother magazine with this documentary that takes viewers through the rise and fall of the skateboarding-centric   magazine and its outrageous stunts (and humor) with original footage and interviews with many of the publication’s big names, including creator Steve Rocco, filmmaker Spike Jonze (Her),   Jackass stars Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Margera, and skateboard legends Tony Hawk and Chad Muska.

‘Power Rangers’ director explains why romantic scene didn’t make final cut

“I think it was actually kind of lovely that the audience pushed so hard against that, and the moment we took it out, everybody liked Kimberly way more and felt she was much stronger, and I loved that we got that reaction.”
“I loved that we did it,” he adds, “because my intention was never to have a female character try and be there for the male’s arc. “Nobody liked the kiss,” he says of viewer   reactions early on. It was always that she needed to stand independent of him.” And besides, with more films likely to come   in the franchise (especially after its better-than-expected box office over opening weekend), there will be plenty more opportunities for Ranger romance. Power Rangers   is now in theaters. Kimberley French
“For that scene to culminate in some kind of romantic moment between her and Jason undermines her character and feels a little old-fashioned and becomes a movie trope of the female lead there to support some kind of male arc,” he explains. In a scene from the Power Rangers   big-screen   reboot   that   wound up on the cutting room floor, Kimberly the Pink Ranger (Naomi Scott) kisses Jason the Red Ranger (Dacre Montgomery) after sneaking into his bedroom to talk and confess why she wound up in detention. Love was in the air for a pair of Power Rangers — until   test audiences said no. Israelite says he agreed, noting that the transition from an intense conversation to a   romantic spark shifted the story from being about Kimberly supporting herself to being about Kimberly supporting Jason. The smooch made it into trailers including this one, around the 1:29 mark:

At test screenings, however, audiences liked the moment   about as much as Zordon liked Rita Repulsa, director Dean Israelite tells EW, which is why it was ultimately excised from the final cut. Show Full Article “It’s one of those rare times in a preview when something is so unanimous.”
But   the audience didn’t react negatively to the kiss simply because it was a kiss; instead, fans pointed out that having the pair lock lips   distracted from the intention of the scene itself, which up until then   was showing Kimberly’s growth as a character from a mean girl to a Power Ranger.

RZA and Parisi tackle refugee crisis in ‘No Refuge’ video

The video begins with a bus dropping off a group of refugees in the desert. In a new music video for “No Refuge,” Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA teams with production duo   PARISI to look at the situation from another angle. Differing ideas about how to approach the ongoing refugee crisis has decided recent elections all over the world: A proposed border wall was the centerpiece of the campaign that got Donald Trump elected U.S. Watch the video above. Then RZA comes in with a direct knock on policies banning immigrants from seeking refuge in the United States: “I don’t understand how you could ban a man from a land that was supposed to be a beacon of light for men escaping the plight of tyranny.” Later, he references contemporary politics again by putting a new spin on Trump’s campaign slogan. Show Full Article president, while fear of immigrants was cited as one of the major explanations for Brexit. “Let’s make America great again,   but not a place that’s filled with bigotry, racism and hate again.”

All proceeds from “No Refuge” will go to the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.