‘Mission: Impossible 6’ director announces the start of filming

Show Full Article One movie sort of dealt with his personal life, the other movies are about people speculating what’s really going on in Ethan’s head. Cinematographer Rob Hardy (Ex Machina) released a similar image with the clapboard on Instagram. #TheTravelingBear #MI6 #Kal
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McQuarrie appeared on The Empire Podcast earlier this year and teased he “may have found something” to top Rogue Nation‘s opening stunt. Christopher McQuarrie, who helmed Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher and Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, officially announced the start of production on Mission: Impossible 6. Rebecca Ferguson, who portrayed   Ilsa Faust in Rogue Nation, returns for Mission: Impossible 6, alongside Superman actor Henry Cavill. A post shared by R o b H a r d y b s c (@rdhardy) on Apr 8, 2017 at 12:22am PDT

“These past few days have been very busy with travel to new destinations for my next job. “Light the fuse,” he wrote on social media in the earlier hours of Saturday morning next to   a photo from the set. Ethan Hunt is back at it. I want to fall off of that!’ It’s like, okay, I can see it on a poster, and I can see Tom falling off of it.”
He added, “I’ve seen five of these movies and I don’t know who Ethan Hunt is. What seemed like an impossible task was made into less of a mission by my constant companion. These past few days have been very busy with travel to new destinations for my next job. The announcement comes after paparazzi captured shots of Cruise filming a sequence for the sequel in Paris that appeared to involve helicopters. I want to know who Ethan is in this movie, I want an emotional journey for this character, and Tom really embraced it.”
Mission: Impossible 6   arrives in theaters July 27, 2018. Light the fuse…
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— ChristopherMcQuarrie (@chrismcquarrie) April 8, 2017

Light the fuse. What seemed like an impossible task was made into less of a mission by my constant companion,”   Cavill, gushing over his dog Kal, wrote of his trip to M:I 6 production   on Instagram. “I came to Tom with a picture of something and Tom looked at it and said, ‘That’s awesome!

‘I’m Dying Up Here’: Comedy turns dramatic in new trailer

“All that excitement, blood, tears, and excruciating pain — all of it for a measly 15 minutes,” Stan says in the footage. I’m Dying Up Here is executive-produced by Jim Carrey,   Michael Aguilar, Christina Wayne, and series creator Dave Flebotte. In the new trailer, which sees Melissa Leo leading a troupe of stand-up comics, the network shows off its extensive cast — from Captain America: Civil War star   Sebastian Stan to Power Rangers‘ RJ Cyler   to Girls and Obvious Child heartthrob Jake Lacy. RJ just took off.”
The series premieres Sunday, June 4 at 10 p.m. “RJ Cyler, he did open mic quite a bit. ET on Showtime. Watch the new trailer above. Comedy is a tough business, which is probably why Showtime’s new series is called I’m Dying Up Here. He’s the guy that came in pretty raw and just had natural instincts and got better and better. As Flebotte previously   told EW, those actors less familiar with the stand-up circuit “would go and do open mics” in preparation. Michael [Angarano] did it,” he recalled. “I know Ari Graynor did it. Until someone makes it on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, that is. Show Full Article But that doesn’t stop dreamers from crowding the mic for their chance   to be a hit. The cast, a mixture of both comedians   and actors known more for dramas, also   includes Clark Duke (Hot Tub Time Machine), Andrew Santino (Mixology), Erik Griffin (Workaholics), Al Madrigal (The Daily Show),   Stephen Guarino (Happy Endings), Brianne Howey (Horrible Bosses 2), Jon Daly (Kroll Show), Ginger Gonzaga (Togetherness),   Dylan Baker (The Good Wife), Robert Forster (Jackie Brown), Cathy Moriarty (Raging Bull), and   Alfred Molina (Chocolat). In the hourlong drama series, Leo plays Goldie, a comedy club owner in 1970s Los Angeles who’s tough but nurturing when it comes to her group of competitive   comedians.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2017: Pearl Jam, Tupac, Joan Baez, and more inducted

“My voice is my greatest gift,” she said. “Anything can be obtainable: the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series,” Vedder said with a smile, nodding to his beloved baseball team. “Pac passed me my first blunt,” Snoop said of their first meeting in 1993. Either that or he swallowed a harmonica.”
From there, Letterman riffed on how long he’s known Pearl Jam (since 1988, when they “were all in a band called Mother Love Bone”), why he loves “Better Man” (it rhymes with “Letterman”), and the band’s lengthy list of past percussionists (“tonight the entire balcony is full of former Pearl Jam drummers”). And from Baez’ blistering acceptance speech to Lenny Kravitz’ cathartic Prince tribute to Pearl Jam’s kinetic set, the event’s performers and presenters channeled rock’s enduring legacy. Any singer would give his ass for that s—.” Perry’s final message, however, was for the fans. And when George was nearing the end of his life in 2001, Dhani remembered, “he told me to seek out once again that space wizard, Jeff, and that together we would know what to do.” For those reasons and so many more, Dhani declared Electric Light Orchestra and their “killer songs will live longer than any of us now, somewhere out there in a musical galaxy right between Chuck Berry and Beethoven.”
Joan Baez reiterates the importance of political activism…
Presidents from Kennedy to Trump, wars from Vietnam to Iraq: The iconic 76-year-old folk artist has witnessed decades of American history firsthand and brought her weathered perspective to the Barclays Center. But he came armed with a unique perspective: George’s creative partnership with Lynne in the late ’80s and early ’90s yielded gems like the late Beatle’s   Cloud Nine and culminated with   the beloved supergroup The Traveling Wilburys. No, no, no. Show Full Article The primates. Climate change is real — it’s not fake news.” The rocker and activist then reiterated the urgency of the climate crisis through a sports analogy. Rush’s Geddy Lee lends Yes a helping hand
Lee and Rush cohort Alex Lifeson introduced Yes on Friday, detailing how that band’s brand of proto-prog — combined with some mind-expanding substances — paved the way for Rush’s epochal work. “Because [Pearl Jam] stood up to corporations, I’m happy to say that, ladies and gentlemen, today every concert ticket in America is free!”
Eddie Vedder ruminates on evolution, climate change, and the Chicago Cubs…
“I’d like to start by thanking all those who came before us,” the Pearl Jam singer began   his acceptance speech with a glint in his eye. “Strong and vulnerable, hardheaded and intellectual, courageous   and afraid, loving and vengeful, revolutionary and — oh,   yeah, I’m getting f—ed up.” Snoop continued by paying   homage to Tupac as “a strong black man who stood up” and vividly recounting   the compassion Shakur’s mother displayed in   the hospital room as she watched her son die. I was a Zig-Zag man before that s—!”
All-stars turn out for the Tupac tribute

Alicia Keys doing Pac and 'Dear Mama' justice at #RockHall2017 pic.twitter.com/NftSeVpj8C
— Eric Renner Brown (@ericrennerbrown) April 8, 2017

With Tupac long dead, the Rock Hall could’ve foregone his performance slot. “I’ve been gone a long time, I understand that,” he said. It honored the aging rocker in his absence and affirmed Pearl Jam’s rebellious, politically active spirit. Flanked by a gospel choir, Lenny Kravitz paid tribute to the late icon in a too-brief performance comprised of Purple Rain‘s “When Doves Cry” and Sign o’ the Times‘ “The Cross.”   Taken at a slower tempo, “When Doves Cry” sagged slightly, but Kravitz achieved rock ‘n’ roll ecstasy when he donned a Flying V guitar for “The Cross.”
Late addition David Letterman steals the show
Longtime Pearl Jam collaborator Neil Young was supposed to induct the alt-rockers into the Rock Hall but canceled Wednesday due to illness. “Light this place up,” the guitarist said, urging the crowd members to raise lighters and cell phones. When I left her this morning, I think she was in a coma. “The truth of it is, the poor guy just can’t stay up this late. “It has given my life deep meaning and unending pleasure to use my voice in the battle of injustice.” But, after summarizing her own experiences, Baez reminded the audience that “in the new political, cultural reality in which we find ourselves, there’s much work to be done. Though fans might have winced that guitarist Mike McCready had to abbreviate his legendary extended “Alive” solo, the band roared through that 1991 hit, along with 1997’s “Given to Fly” and 1994’s “Better Man.”
An explosive superjam closes the night

Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World” is a Pearl Jam live staple, but their performance of the song Friday night was exceptional for a number of reasons. It’s evolution, baby. That didn’t happen, but the 68-year-old musician honored his peers with a thoughtful acceptance speech. That gives us all hope.” Earlier in the night, Baez had also admitted   that maybe the artists being honored Friday   night weren’t at the forefront of the younger generation’s mind. But the highlight came when Vedder cheered Schon on as he laid down a definitive take on Young’s screeching guitar solo. Where empathy is failing and sharing has become usurped by greed and lust for power, let us double, triple, and quadruple our own efforts to empathize and to give our resources and ourselves.”
She also deployed some contemporary political vernacular: “Let us together repeal and replace brutality and make compassion a priority,” she said. But Lee subsequently performed a more solemn task: manning the bass parts when Yes performed their 1971 hit “Roundabout” in lieu of Chris Squire, who died in 2015. “It can be done, but here’s the thing: We don’t have 108 years to wait.”
…and continues the evening’s tongue-in-cheek acknowledgment of music’s younger class
“If Chance the Rapper ever sees or hears this, I just want to tell him, my daughter really loves you,” Vedder said when thanking his family during his acceptance speech. “Swing low, sweet chariot, coming for to carry me,” she sang for a final time, before extending the line: “You… us… even Donald Trump… home.”
Rick Wakeman tells dirty jokes
The transition   from Baez’ subdued, political hymnals to Yes’ bombastic, prog-oriented tunes was already bound to create tonal whiplash. “But I want you to know, you’ve never not been in my heart.”
Neal   Schon dedicates “Lights” to Steve Perry

'Light this place up,' Neil Schon says before launching into 'Lights.' 'I'm gonna dedicate this to Steve Perry tonight.' Bittersweet pic.twitter.com/Qu5fOS0JYZ
— Eric Renner Brown (@ericrennerbrown) April 8, 2017

Arnel Pineda — who Perry shouted out in his acceptance speech — has performed vocal duties for Journey since 2007 and he belted the ubiquitous   lyrics for “Separate Ways,” “Lights,” and “Don’t Stop Believin’” on Friday night. “I’m aware that I’m speaking to many young people who, without this induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, would have no clue who I am,” she quipped. And her solo performance of the spiritual “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” was magnetic, silencing the   audience with its elegance. The sex was still the same, but the washing was piling up!” He went on to joke about running into his father at a strip club and his physician getting an erection while giving Wakeman a prostate exam, momentarily transforming the Barclays Center into an uncomfortable backstage encounter at a ’70s arena rock show. “One of my favorite things about Pac is the way you know that every lyric he sang came exactly from his life, exactly from his heart,” Alicia Keys said during a medley of “Ambitionz Az A Ridah,” “I Ain’t Mad At Cha,” “Dear Mama,” and “Changes.” She then ceded the stage to Snoop, who returned to perform his Tupac duet, “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted,” with rising L.A. “That’s right, Tupac is the one that got Snoop Dogg smoking blunts. A somber moment, to be sure, but also any prog-rock fan’s dream. When all of these things are accompanied by music, of every genre, the fight for a better world, one brave step at a time, becomes not just bearable, but possible and beautiful.”
…and nods to President Trump during her performance
Though the Indigo Girls and Mary Chapin Carpenter joined Baez for most of her set, she began by herself, armed with just an acoustic guitar. Snoop Dogg   memorializes Tupac Shakur with hilarious, heartfelt passion
The hip-hop star   spent much of his early career in tandem with Tupac at Death Row Records; in his speech posthumously inducting the rapper into the Rock Hall, Snoop compared the label in the ’90s to a powerhouse sports franchise, with Suge Knight serving as owner, Dr. closed the set with a rendition of “Keep Ya Head Up.”
Steve Perry   showers his former Journey bandmates with praise
Before the induction ceremony, rumors swirled that singer Steve Perry would perform with Journey for the first time since 1991. Dre performing coaching duties, and “me and Pac [being] the stars on the court making history every which side.”   Few musicians knew Tupac better, and Snoop’s speech illustrated that in colorful, heartrending fashion. Blue Sky.”
Dhani Harrison gives E.L.O. And a number of the rock legends in attendance joined the band, from Dhani Harrison to Rush’s Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, who were on hand to induct Yes. But the British rock band’s keyboardist Rick Wakeman threw   the contrast into even sharper relief with his riotous, politically incorrect acceptance speech. He also brought considerable levity, recalling a parasailing trip in South America (“Does anybody know what parasailing is? “The tetrapods. Electric Light Orchestra honor Chuck Berry

Only way to start the #RockHall2017 ceremony: ELO doing their symphonic 'Roll Over Beethoven' in tribute to Chuck Berry pic.twitter.com/YTTIcalUGk
— Eric Renner Brown (@ericrennerbrown) April 7, 2017

Inductees are allotted minuscule time frames to perform their greatest hits — so it was meaningful that, at the expense of smashes like “Do Ya” and “Don’t Bring Me Down,” Electric Light Orchestra kicked off the night’s festivities with their 1973 reimagining of Berry’s “Roll Over Beethoven.” Frontman Jeff Lynne’s revered blend of orchestral textures and rock riffage immediately brought the Barclays crowd to their feet and served as the perfect prelude to renditions of E.L.O classics “Evil Woman” and “Mr. The duty fell to noted Pearl Jam fan David Letterman who, along with his still-unwieldy beard, gave Snoop Dogg a run for his money as the night’s best introductory speech. Dhani recalled being awestruck as a kid in Lynne’s orbit and used plenty of celestial language to describe the experience. EW was on the scene Friday night — read on for 16 memorable moments from the 2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. “Less than half a mile away from this very building is where I had my very first meaningful sexual experience. “I really probably shouldn’t tell you [this],” he began. “To be human is to be many things at once,” he said. released their early hits. “Why isn’t Neil Young here?” Letterman began. “They reminded me of a   Star Wars cantina band, only with lots more hair,” he said when   reminiscing about seeing them for the first time in 1986. Letterman also commended the “true living cultural organisms” of Pearl Jam for fighting injustice through their crusades against poverty, environmental abuses, and Ticketmaster. But Perry lingered over the set, with Schon dedicating “Lights” to the singer. The diverse 2017 slate   of   inductees — symphonic rockers Electric Light Orchestra, folk hero Joan Baez, prog legends Yes, hip-hop genius   Tupac Shakur, arena gods Journey, and alt-rock luminaries Pearl Jam — confirmed the seismic impact and breathtaking reach of Berry’s music. Because we damn sure didn’t.”) and sharing Tupac’s essential role in his stoner upbringing. “My granddaughter had no clue who I was   until I took her backstage at a Taylor Swift concert, where she got a selfie, an autograph, a T-shirt, and a newfound respect for her grandmother.”
Pearl Jam distill their essence to three songs
The band’s marathon shows often feature dozens of songs, so performing only three may have seemed like a tall order; luckily, Pearl Jam were up to the challenge. “I’m gonna dedicate this to Steve Perry tonight.”
Lenny Kravitz channels the Purple One

Beyond pic.twitter.com/LV1osJlkQt
— Eric Renner Brown (@ericrennerbrown) April 8, 2017

Prince died less than a month after the 2016 Rock Hall induction ceremony, but he loomed large at Friday’s event nonetheless. Still, Baez introduced some levity. Perhaps Chuck Berry was watching over Brooklyn’s   Barclays Center as the music industry’s A-list gathered Friday night to induct the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s latest class. The   homo erectus. Without them, we would be so much less evolved.” From there, he extrapolated: “We’ve got a lot of evolving to do. And, clad in Tupac’s iconic bandana, T.I. “[Guitarist] Steve [Howe] said a thank you to his wife, I want to say a thank you to mine,” he began. Instead, the roster of artists organizers assembled presented a rousing set that showcased Tupac’s stylistic range. Perry reminisced about regularly   going to Journey shows at West Hollywood’s Starwood nightclub as a fan so he could see the “one instrument that was flying above the entire city of Los Angeles, the magic fingers of Neal   Schon’s guitar.” And he shouted out each member of the band by name before remarking, “Are you f—ing s—-ing me?! a cosmic tribute
Born in 1978, George Harrison’s son wasn’t even alive when E.L.O. It wasn’t very good!”
But Wakeman revived one of rock’s less savory legacies: chauvinism. Please. “I also, Chance, want to thank you for all the great work you’re doing in Chicago. “Unfortunately, she’s not here tonight. rapper YG   holding down Pac’s parts. “I want my granddaughter to know that I fought against an evil   tide and had the masses by my side. “No one in this room would be here tonight but for this man,”   Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner told the crowd at the evening’s outset as he briefly eulogized the Rock Hall’s first inductee, who died in March at the age of 90. “Those beady-eyed, blood-thirty weasels!” Letterman said of the ticketing behemoth.

Frank Ocean collaborates with Jay Z and Tyler, the Creator on ‘Biking’

NEW FRANK AND TYLER, 'BIKING' pic.twitter.com/zIFwaPAUZ7
— Golf Media (@GoIfMedia) April 8, 2017

"BIKING" By Frank, Jay and I. Frank Ocean had another treat for listeners of Blonded   on Friday: “Biking.”
The new track, featuring Jay Z and Tyler, the Creator, debuted on the third episode of Ocean’s Beats 1 radio show   ahead of   the   full release. A portion of the song was also featured in a teaser video for Blonded,   while   Tyler, the Creator posted lyrics from   his verse on social media. pic.twitter.com/Qp3dSfG5TG
— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) April 8, 2017

Ocean previously collaborated with Jay Z for “No Church in the Wild” and “Made in America” off Jay and Kanye West’s 2011 album   Watch the Throne. Show Full Article Along with “Biking,”   Blonded   also   hosted the premiere of “Chanel”   before it went wide in March, along with   a remix of the   single   featuring   A$AP Rocky. Hear a snippet of “Biking” — which isn’t streaming yet — above. “Nobody f—ing with me / My accolades hang from my neck / Pedal I drown in the heat / My sapphires drown in my sweat/ White mags but I jet / Jackson I’m saving the streets / I’m Roger Rabbit in the air,” Tyler raps. My Lyrics. His history with Tyler, the Creator goes back to 2010, when Ocean joined the rapper’s hip-hop collective Odd Future.

Liev Schreiber plays ‘the real Rocky’ in ‘Chuck’ trailer

Morgan Spector is spotted in the trailer as   Sylvester Stallone, presenting the script for Rocky. The couple would split up a year later. Mad Men   alum and   The Handmaid’s Tale   star Elisabeth Moss   also features alongside Ron Perlman and Jim Gaffigan in the film. Directed by   Philippe Falardeau (The Good Lie), Chuck chronicles the boxer’s   15 minutes of fame and his struggles to stay relevant in the aftermath. Show Full Article That boxer is   Chuck Wepner, once   the Heavyweight Champion of New Jersey. Chuck will hit theaters on May 5. Well, you do know me, but you don’t know you know me,” Liev Schreiber says in the trailer for Chuck, a movie where he plays the real-life boxer who inspired the Rocky films. He used to work as a liquor salesman before he skyrocketed to fame by duking it out with Muhammad Ali for 15 rounds in the ring in 1975. I was like, ‘What?’” Schreiber-as-Chuck recalls in the new clip. “Then some guy named Stallone wrote a screenplay inspired by me. “You don’t know me. Schreiber and his ex   Naomi Watts (playing Chuck’s wife, Linda) were announced   for   the film in 2015, back when it was called The Bleeder. Watch the trailer above.

Bill Maher to Chelsea Handler: ‘Let’s get Bill O’Reilly laid’

“That’s kind of a lot,” Maher said of the accusers, including the women who’ve spoken out after the article was published. Elsewhere in the episode, Maher attacked Republicans, saying they have to   “learn the difference between being conservative and just being a d—.” “So much of what they have done since Trump took over isn’t moving the party in a more conservative direction, it’s also not a Libertarian move, it’s just a d— move.”

Republicanism has become: Looking at any problem and saying, 'What would a dick do?' pic.twitter.com/Po8zmtQ88u
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) April 8, 2017

Pointing to Trump’s EPA in lifting the ban on a pesticide that harms children’s brains and the administration lifting the ban on lead bullets, Maher added that conservatism has become “some warped idea that the way to show strength is by being a d—   and that, in a nutshell, is what republicanism has become — looking at any problem and saying, ‘What would a d— do?’”

Show Full Article Poor Bill O’Reilly. I mean, whether he’s offering you a job or threatening the one you have, it’s never worth it to f— Bill O’Reilly.”
Watch the full monologue   below. They would answer the phone, ‘Fox News sexual harassment hotline, what are you wearing?’”
Maher pointed out the “one constant” between all these instances of harassment: “No one wants to f—   Bill O’Reilly. “He’s a very successful man, certainly somebody out there wants to f— Bill O’Reilly. It’s like, who would you rather? Let’s get Bill O’Reilly laid. “Do you have any girlfriends?” he asked guest Chelsea Handler. Bill Cosby said, ‘Call me when you get to 30.’”
He continued, “[O’Reilly’s] other defense is that he says over at Fox News they had a sexual harassment hotline and nobody called it. It’s really a s— show.”
The New York Times   initially reported O’Reilly and Fox News paid $13 million to prevent five women from bringing accusations of sexual harassment into the public spotlight. That seems to be the thing. Let’s try to reach out to the other side.”
“That is very friendly of you,” Handler laughed. Well, nobody knew it was there, and also it wasn’t a great one. “Not to everybody. Bill Maher thinks he has a plan to stop   Bill O’Reilly from running into all these sexual harassment scandals: “Let’s get Bill O’Reilly laid.”
On HBO Friday, the Real Time host brought up the accusations lodged against the Fox News host. “But if you think about it, if you had to choose between [O’Reilly] or   Roger Ailes, I mean, those are the two people you have to choose from. At least 31   advertisers have since withdrawn their spots from The O’Reilly Factor.

Stephen Colbert takes a break from Donald Trump to scold the sons

“‘That is absurd and it will never happen’ is what I would’ve said six months ago,” Colbert remarked. “We talk about Donald Trump a lot on this show, but it’s Friday so let’s take a little break and talk about Donald Trump Jr.,” he said. Watch Colbert’s opening monologue in the clip above. Who knows?”
Apparently, Page Six knows: As the New York Post‘s gossip and entertainment section reports, “Trump the Lesser,” as Colbert called him, is eyeing the New York governor seat. Stephen Colbert realizes the late-night TV game has been dominated with talk of President Donald Trump, so he decided to give his Late Show audience a break on Friday — kind of. Show Full Article Is he inventing a new hair-slicking technology or sitting on a tree stump daydreaming about what new endangered species to shoot? “Now, we are screwed.”

As for Eric Trump, referred to by the late-night host as an “’80s movie henchman with no lines,” he’s “rich-mansplain”-ing his father’s nepotism, claiming it’s “a factor   of life.” Attempting to apply some perspective, Colbert said, “So, he’s aware enough to realize he was born on third base and competent enough not to have wandered off into the outfield.”
The Donald break didn’t last long, however, as the host quickly segued into issues with Vice President Mike Pence and the president’s new hire “and Patton Oswalt cosplayer” Jason Dore. “What is that lovable scamp up to this time?

Stephen Colbert imagines Vladimir Putin as a gay icon in animated spoof

Following in the footsteps of Donald Trump and Steve Bannon, Russian President Vladimir Putin is the latest animated creation from The Late Show, albeit with a dance-fueled   twist. Because this is #America (for now) and we can do anything we want, tonight we present to you: VLADIMIR PUTIN – GAY ICON pic.twitter.com/YLw61tzbmW
— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) April 8, 2017

The Late Show airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS. Watch the clip below. During Friday’s show, Colbert declared, “Because this is America — for now — and we can do anything we want, The Late Show has put together our own artistic interpretation of Vladimir Putin, gay icon.”
The cartoon   version of Putin is quite the party boy: Dancing in cut-off jean shorts, flexing his pecks, and riding on a purple unicorn with Donald Trump. Show Full Article

See which ‘ANTM’ challenge and photoshoot will return for ‘Fan Favorite Episode’

Back in March, Tyra Banks announced she will be returning as head judge on the VH1 modeling competition after sitting out the previous installment. Hopeful contestants   can   apply by submitting their name, age, stats, contact information, and three photos to   VH1TopModel@gmail.com. For challenges, “Bubble Runway” had 3,000 more votes than “Mannequin in a Window” (“Laser Beam Posing” was the other option), while in the photoshoot vote, “Spiders” won by nearly 5,o00 over “Crying” (“Hair Wars” came in third). Show Full Article The 24th cycle of America’s Next Top Model has already made plenty of changes, and now, the series has given fans the chance to vote on what photoshoot and challenge they want in an upcoming “Fan Favorite Episode.”
On Friday, in two separate Facebook polls, the winners scored overwhelming victories. Not wasting much time upon her comeback, Banks, the co-creator of the series, has removed the contestant age limit of 27 or younger.

Michael Caine was once mistaken for drug dealer over his name pronunciation

Michael Caine is famous for his cockney accent, but apparently not so famous that it doesn’t cause him the occasional misunderstanding. And the hostess is standing over there, and she’s looking at me rather nastily, considering that I’m a guest.”
Eventually, Caine recalled, “I went over to her and she said, ‘Are you a drug dealer?’ I said, ‘No, why do you ask?’ She said, ‘Why is everyone calling you My Cocaine?’”

Caine paused, then added, “You know that story is true because you couldn’t make it up.”
Watch the video above for more from My Cocaine — er, Michael Caine. On a recent episode of   The Graham Norton Show, the distinguished   actor recounted one particularly memorable mix-up in Manila. And I’m being introduced to people and getting a drink and all that. Caine was in the   Philippines   shooting   a movie, he said, “And we were invited to this very, very posh, expensive house, to a party. Show Full Article

Transgender teen drama ‘3 Generations’ unveils new trailer

“Authentic is what he wants to be,” declares Maggie, defending her son’s choice amid her mother wondering why Ray can’t just be a lesbian, like her. RELATED:   ‘The Advocate’ ranks the best films for LGBT viewers
The film was originally slated to be released in September 2015, only to be pulled from the schedule days before it was to land in theaters. Show Full Article As Weinstein awaits the result of its rating appeal, 3 Generations is now set to bow May 5. A day after announcing plans to fight the MPAA’s decision to give 3 Generations an R rating, The Weinstein Company has debuted a new trailer for the transgender teen drama. Watch the trailer above. The story centers on Ray (Elle Fanning), a teen trying to move forward with gender confirmation surgery, with the varying support of his mother (Naomi Watts), grandmother (Susan Sarandon), and previously absent father (Tate Donovan).

Rami Malek goes wild in ‘Buster’s Mal Heart’ trailer

Watch the new trailer above. Rami Malek comes to a fork in the road in the new trailer for   Buster’s Mal Heart,   and he appears   to follow   the path that leads deep into the wilderness, in more ways than one. Robot) as a   seemingly ordinary family man   whose chance encounter with a conspiracy-obsessed drifter (DJ Qualls) sends   him on the run   from authorities. Reborn as   an eccentric mountain man who survives the winter by breaking into empty vacation homes in a remote community, he remains   haunted by memories of his former life and visions of being lost at sea. Show Full Article Written and directed by Sarah Adina Smith (The Midnight Swim), the darkly comic thriller stars Malek (Mr. Buster’s Mal Heart opens   April 28.

‘Game of Thrones’ actress recalls her embarrassing audition

Yara Greyjoy had quite the introduction on Game of Thrones, having had a   handsy reunion with her brother Theon. Show Full Article “I don’t remember being in this show,” joked Caine. For Gemma Whelan, the audition to land the part was even more uncomfortable. It turns out, originally, it was written as the opposite, with Yara “worrying” on her brother’s genitals. Watch the video above. Appearing on The Graham Norton Show, the actress hilariously recalled   auditioning for the show and doing   the scene where Theon (Alfie Allen) is “working away” on his sister, not knowing who she is. RELATED: Game of Thrones: 17 Biggest Changes from Books to TV
Laughing, Whelan said, “I had to do that in my audition, on a chair, sort of looking straight ahead, very, very dramatically with just one casting director in a room and a very sort of ashamed cameraman go, ‘That’s not how you do it.’”
As Whelan discussed Alfie Allen’s hands-on scene, comedian Jack Whitehall pointed out that   Alfie star Michael Caine was in their presence. Game of Thrones returns July 16.

Miles Teller in talks to reunite with Shailene Woodley in ‘Adrift’

Adrift   is   based on the story of   Tami Oldham and Richard Sharp. Woodley is already on board to star in the STX film,   which centers on a   young woman   and   her fiancé who are shipwrecked by   a hurricane in the   middle of the Pacific Ocean. EW has confirmed that Teller is in talks   to reunite with his Spectacular Now and Divergent costar in Adrift, a survival thriller inspired by   a   harrowing true story. Miles Teller and   Shailene Woodley may be   shipping out together once again. The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news. Teller was last seen in War Dogs and Bleed for This, and his upcoming screen projects include the firefighter biopic   Granite Mountain, the war drama Thank You for Your Service, and the Amazon series Too Old to Die Young. Baltasar Kormákur (Everest) is directing from a script by brothers   Aaron and Jordan Kandell (Moana). Show Full Article

Morgan Freeman tells of an ‘annoying’ Graham Norton in ‘Shawshank’-esque talk show narration

Watch the video above. Before Morgan Freeman became the go-to voice for narration or God, he mastered the art of the voice-over with his Oscar-nominated portrayal of Red   in The Shawshank Redemption, a role he briefly stepped back into on The Graham Norton Show. “I could see why some people took him for annoying.”
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After insulting Norton’s walk and heavy drinking, as well as wishing Caine would stop talking, Freeman concluded with one wish. Appearing alongside his Going in Style costar and fellow Michael Caine, the eponymous host ask Freeman to reenact his character’s introduction of Shawshank’s newest prisoner Andy (Tim Robbins), but with a slight Norton-related twist. “I hope people stop asking me to do stupid voice-overs like this,” he said. “I must admit I didn’t think much of Graham Norton first time I laid eyes on him,” Freeman began. “I hope.”

Going in Style, which is directed by Zach Braff and also stars Alan Arkin, is in theaters now. Show Full Article