’13 Reasons Why’ cast talks hope for a potential season 2

I really want to see what that manifests into. There’s certainly a lot more road to be traveled in terms of where the Bakers go from here,” James says. I trust Brian a lot. “I honestly did not realize how much was going to be left open at the end,” Dylan Minnette, who plays Clay, says. “I think that there’s potential to know more about these characters and I think that there are good stories to be told. “I think that [writer] Brian [Yorkey] and these writers could tell some pretty amazing stories about it,” Minnette says. I’m just crossing my fingers.”
Other cast members — from Justin Prentice, who plays Bryce, to Brian d’Arcy James, who plays Hannah’s father — are also eager to find out what, if anything, will happen next. Actually,   not just the audience. I also feel like if that was the ending, it’s also a beautiful way to end it.”
Minnette’s costar Ross Butler (a.k.a. Show Full Article “I would love [a season 2]. “The thing with Tyler collecting guns really shocked me when we read it in the script,” Butler says. Not to mention all the other storylines with the kids and where people are going near the end of the season. “I don’t think it’s an accident that that’s why the stories are told the way they were,” James continues. There’s a lot of story left for all of these guys. These are huge, huge questions and huge hurdles for people to have to deal with. Zach) says a   few of the cliffhangers, in particular, have stuck with him. I’m over here saying anything I can to encourage them.”
We will let Prentice sum up how we’re all feeling: “I wish they would hurry and tell me because I’m dying inside.”
13 Reasons Why is available on Netflix now. I just trust everyone so much that they’re not going to do it unless they find it necessary and they think they have great stories to tell. I would love to see a next page. I think we as a cast are dying just as much to figure out what happens.” (Even Jay Asher, who wrote the book the show was based on, is interested in seeing more.)

For James, it’s all about what’s next for Hannah’s parents. “That to me is a very interesting story, in terms of having to deal with that loss, deal with that grief, and channel it and try to make peace with it —   or not. “Whatever they write, I’m in. I’m really excited to see what happens with that.”
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Although no one involved with the show claims to know what’s happening with a potential season 2, they’re all hopeful about getting the chance to return to these characters. And I’m speaking selfishly, of course, because I love the job and I love the people so it would be great to continue in any way. I definitely want to see all of the characters. I think there’s so much more to tell. “I think it’s just a question of whether the powers that be feel like it’s a good thing. “We knew that he had bought a gun earlier in the series, but to have a whole case of guns — that’s definitely one of the big cliffhangers for me personally. But, considering the many cliffhangers in the show’s finale, there’s also an argument that the audience needs answers. And another one is when Justin decides to leave. “It could go either way. Many members of the cast have questions, too. So, it’ll be interesting to see kind of what happens in the fallout. And I think the depiction of that is interesting to follow. If 13 Reasons Why really is Hannah Baker’s story, then there’s certainly an argument that there shouldn’t be a second season. Otherwise, I’d be kind of skeptical.”
Butler agrees: “I’m hoping for a second season. “I don’t know if I want Bryce to redeem himself or if I want justice to be served,” Prentice says.

‘Veep’: Does the current political climate change the way we watch?

Enjoy the full clip above. “Veep is totally different in that it exists sort of inside but outside the political world. Catch this full episode of Bingeworthy, available now, on the People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN) at   PEOPLE.com/PEN, or download the PEN app on Apple TV, Roku Players, Amazon Fire TV, Xumo, Chromecast, iOS, and Android devices. Before adding, “I could imagine the Trump White House looks as insane as Veep portrays these worlds and these sort of people.”
The sixth season of Veep airs Sundays at 10:30 p.m. “We happen to live in a country right now where there’s some things that you would not have believed would be happening a year ago.”
When asked if that changed his viewing of Veep, Touré responds that it hasn’t. On this week’s   Bingeworthy, hosts Jessica Shaw and Touré are talking politics… as they’re portrayed on our favorite TV shows. Show Full Article It’s not a direct commentary on politics; it’s just a commentary on these madcap   people who happen to work in and around Washington. “I find the story of Selina Meyer a great escape from what’s going on because it’s such a farce, it’s so madcap and crazy,” he says. “I think the dynamics of Trump World changes it for House of Cards because it’s a serious political show so they have to say, ‘How do we respond to the rise of Trump?’” he explains. on HBO. “In this current political climate that we’re living in, when I tuned in for the first episode I was a little bit worried,” says Shaw, adding that some elements of the show are so over the top that it becomes hard to believe a politician would really do such ridiculous things. Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and her staff as they navigate the day-to-day games of Washington, D.C., and try to establish their legacy with hilarious results. I don’t expect more from Veep because of Trump.”
When Shaw points out that the show seems less crazy when compared with everything we see   when we open a newspaper daily, Touré admits that he actually finds Veep   to provide light relief. HBO’s Veep   follows the escapades of   former V.P. The new season just kicked off on Sunday and Shaw and Touré   are ready to get political over it.

Does ‘Fargo’ season 3 live up to the hype? ‘Bingeworthy’ hosts debate

When it comes to opinions about   Fargo, the   Bingeworthy hosts are as opposed to each other as the Stussy brothers (played by Ewan McGregor), the twins at the center of this season of the FX show. “I think we watched different shows,” he says. … Even still! I have   always hated it.”
And his dislike for the series doesn’t stem from loving the original Coen brothers movie. ET on FX. I dislike this immensely. I hated it. “Season 3 is   so good already. Show Full Article I watched only the first episode, and I have so many questions.”
Catch the full episode of Bingeworthy, available now, on the People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN) at   PEOPLE.com/PEN, or download the PEN app on Apple TV, Roku Players, Amazon Fire TV, Xumo, Chromecast, iOS, and Android devices. I think Ewan McGregor   nails that accent. “I don’t need to compare it to that. “I   loved   seasons 1 and 2,” raves host Jessica Shaw. However, her cohost   Touré isn’t of the same mind, as you can see in the clip above. I dislike the characters, the world, what they’re doing   — I hated every part of this.”
Fargo   season 3 premieres at 10 p.m. I can’t wait to see this story unfold. “Because I struggled to get through this episode.

Watch the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ world premiere live

Writer-director James Gunn and producer Kevin Feige are also scheduled to appear, along with many others. 2 world premiere at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood is live-streaming on Marvel’s official Facebook, Twitter, and website, as well as in the video above, beginning at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. The film opens in theaters on April 27. Show Full Article Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. ET. Expected to attend tonight’s premiere are   Guardians leads Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana, along with Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Karen Gillan, Michael Rooker, Kurt Russell, and Pom Klementieff. The   Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 also stars Elizabeth Debicki, Chris Sullivan, Sean Gunn, Tommy Flanagan, and Laura Haddock,   and Sylvester Stallone. Peter Quill, Groot, and the rest of the Guardians team’s return to the big screen is still a week away, but fans can see them in real time on Wednesday night.

Chase Williamson gets the ‘Greenlight’ in new horror-thriller — exclusive first look

See exclusive first fook images from Greenlight, below. TalkStory Pictures
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TalkStory Pictures

Show Full Article Now, EW can exclusively reveal he is starring in a new film currently being shot in Los Angeles called Greenlight. Greenlight costars Shane Coffey (Starry Eyes), Caroline Williams (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2), and Chris Browning (Sons of Anarchy), as well as   Evanne Friedmann, Nicole Shipley, and Victor Turpin. The film is produced by England and Rudy Scalese. The script is by Patrick R. TalkStory is founded by England and partners   Greg Blunden and Phil Malaspina. Directed by Graham Denman, this horror-thriller concerns a young, starving artist who, after being offered the opportunity of a lifetime, must decide if he’s willing to bleed for his art when he   learns that his new gig is a cover-up for a crime of passion. Young and Eric England, the director of 2013’s Contracted and the upcoming Huntsville. Actor Chase Williamson has racked up an impressive array of genre credits over the past few years, including John Dies at the End, The Guest, Beyond the Gates, and the V/H/S spin-off movie, SiREN. Greenlight is the first film from TalkStory, a new production and financing company focused on first-time and emerging filmmakers.

Matt Damon gets bumped from Jimmy Kimmel’s latest United spoof

Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel continued his skewering   of United Airlines for brutally dragging passenger David Dao from a flight last week.Dao, apparently, has an unlikely sympathizer: Oscar winner Matt Damon.Kimmel spoofed the carrier with an ad on Tuesday with a little help from his faux archnemesis. Not being told night after night, ‘Oh, there’s somebody more important, so take a hike.'”   Appropriately, Kimmel promptly interrupts   Damon’s voice-over to tell him that they need his nonexistent seat and a melee ensues.”In some cases, some people deserve to get bumped,” Kimmel says. We’re people,   damn it, and we deserve to be treated with dignity. Latest updates “Trust me, I’ve been getting bumped from Jimmy’s show for the last eight years, and it takes a toll. Damon, whose storied history of getting bumped from   “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” has become a thing of memes and awards show infamy, was the ideal celebrity spokesman for Dao’s plight.”I can’t do this anymore because I know what it’s like to get bumped,” Damon narrates over stock footage from the airline.

Titus goes ‘Lemonade-ing’ in the ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ trailer for Season 3

And if one does, be prepared for the wrath of his very own “Hot Sauce,” Beyoncé’s infamous baseball bat from her “Hold Up” video on the visual masterpiece that was “Lemonade.”This is one of the many storylines teased in the new trailer for   Netflix’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” released Wednesday. Tituss Burgess as Titus in “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” (YouTube)Nobody messes with the heart of Titus Andromedon. “I’m Lemonade-ing.”The trailer also revealed that as Kimmy finishes her GED, she sets her sights on college life — even though there is no recess. “Don’t overreact,”   Ellie Kemper’s Kimmy says to Titus after he thinks he’s caught his boyfriend cheating.”I’m not overreacting,” Tituss Burgess’ Titus responds. Check out the full trailer below. Latest updates All the while, she’s finally getting a divorce from the Reverend   (Jon Hamm). Also teased were season cameos from “Hamilton’s” Daveed Diggs and “The Good Wife’s” Josh Charles.Season 3 of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” premieres May 19 on Netflix. Though confused, as always, Jacqueline   (Jane Krakowski) is on hand to help.

Watch first five minutes of Rami Malek-starring thriller ‘Buster’s Mal Heart’

Jonah’s job as the night-shift concierge at a hotel took its toll on his psyche and, consequently, his marriage to the sensitive Marty (Kate Lyn Sheil) — until a chance encounter with a conspiracy-obsessed drifter (DJ Qualls) changed the course of their lives forever. Watch the trailer for Buster’s Mal Heart and the film’s first five minutes, exclusively above. Written and directed by Sarah Adina Smith, Buster’s Mal Heart is screening at the Tribeca Film Festival. In the new thriller Buster’s Mal Heart, Rami Malek plays a character named Buster who was once Jonah, a hard-working husband and father. As the solitary present-day   Buster   drifts from house to house, eluding the local sheriff at every turn, we gradually piece together the events that fractured his life and left him alone on top of a snowy mountain or perhaps in a small rowboat in the middle of a vast ocean — or both. Show Full Article The film will then be released theatrically in New York, April 28, and in Los Angeles and other markets, May 5.

Shonda Rhimes to launch new lifestyle site

The site will also include podcasts, among other things. And now, she’s bringing that same sensibility online with shondaland.com. Former HelloGiggles editor-in-chief Jennifer Romolini has been named as the site’s Chief Content Officer, in charge of overseeing its content and expanding its digital reach. Named for Rhimes and fellow Grey’s Anatomy   EP   Betsy Beers’ production company, the site will serve as a digital storytelling platform, providing fans of Rhimes (and her shows) with a full slate of content that will touch on politics, health, style, pop culture, and other issues women care about. The Shondaland site won’t go live until Fall 2017 in tandem with the return of Rhimes’ ABC shows. Join the tribe.”
You can sign up for the upcoming Shondaland newsletter at shondaland.com. But Shondaland won’t be limiting itself to just the written word when it comes to its features or news updates. From   Grey’s Anatomy‘s Meredith Grey and   Scandal‘s Olivia Pope, to How to Get Away With Murder‘s Annalise Keating and   The Catch‘s Alice Vaughan,   Shonda Rhimes has created a range of female characters fans can take inspiration from. But before that, it will do a soft launch in May, sending out a series of newsletters allowing subscribers to access collections of reviews and essays, as well as exclusive interviews and lifestyle picks. Add your voice. Show Full Article Currently, visitors to the site, can view the following message and sign up: “Shondaland is for the warrior in all of us,” starts the message greeting current visitors to the site. “Shondaland is for the   mighty, the competitive, the smart, the daring, and the bold.

Chris Pratt on ‘Passengers’ criticism: ‘It was definitely a lesson’

Though it was once touted as one of 2016’s must-see blockbusters, Morten Tyldum’s Passengers ended up being a one-way ticket to the critical doghouse for stars Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence — and now Pratt is speaking up about the sci-fi romance’s scathing   reviews and the controversy surrounding its plot. It got the same rating on Rotten Tomatoes as Paul Blart: Mall Cop   [33 percent], maybe worse.” (It was worse: just 31 percent of 224 critics aggregated by Rotten Tomatoes   gave the Tyldum film a positive review.)

Last week, Passengers producer Neal Moritz also discussed the film’s reception during his guest spot on The Bill Simmons Podcast. I’ll be curious to see if it holds up — the criticism and the movie.”
Before its release last year, several critics took issue   with a key plot point in the film, which sees Pratt’s character — one of the thousands of people in suspended animation aboard a   spaceship traversing a 120-year journey — fraught with loneliness, ultimately deciding to wake up a fellow passenger (Lawrence) without her consent. Ten days before that movie came out, the first review came out… the reviewer said that we were justifying date rape, and I was like, what?”
He continued: “I thought back to all the screenings that we had and nobody had ever thought that, but it was weird. “There was a weird thing that happened. “I was really caught off guard by that. I loved that movie. “That was a very valuable lesson to me. One guy said that and a lot of media picked up on that and it became the mantra that the film carried, and I thought it was a really unfair thing because I think it’s a beautiful film I couldn’t be more proud of.”

Show Full Article “I’m proud of how the movie turned out and it did just fine to make money back for the studio,” he said, referencing Passengers‘ box office totals, which just crossed the $100 million domestic mark ($300 million worldwide) earlier this month on a $110 million production budget. “I personally think the movie is very good, I’m very proud of it. We’d done numerous test screenings… that were very encouraging to us… everything was looking great. Entertainment Weekly critic Chris Nashawaty gave the film a D+   grade, calling its premise “profoundly creepy.”   The Guardian‘s Andrew Culver said it was “an interstellar version of social-media stalking.”
Still, Pratt told said he considers the film a success. It was definitely a lesson,” Pratt told Variety   in an interview published Wednesday when asked about critiques against the film. It was one of my favorite experiences making a movie… I thought the script was one of the best scripts I’d ever read,” Moritz said. “But the critical score was disproportionately negative compared to the CinemaScore [B].

‘Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea’ artist teases Victorian ghost story comic

A bit of that noir luster is removed, because now we’re talking about mid-19th century here. So there was Melville, William Hope Hodgson, and even Lovecraft comes into the mix by the end of the story. Of course, Mike isn’t going to just turn over his creation to somebody he doesn’t feel comfortable with. I think that idea is also a subtext to Hellboy because we do reference Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the “Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” There’s that influence as well. For this particular story, which is a standalone story, even the reader who’s not at all familiar with Hellboy can find it accessible and a good read. I think there’s a certain amount of trust on both sides for something like this. It gives us a chance to play with all this stuff that we love. It’s something he’s asked me about a few times, but I’ve been involved in other things, and now this window opened. GARY GIANNI: I’ve known Mike for a long time, so   Mike is very aware of what I can do and the temperament of my work, and I think that’s probably why he asked me to do this particular little sideshow in Hellboy’s timeline. I think we were looking at some things we loved. In a lot of the old Gothic stories, there are these great ships that come along and sweep up the characters. Another aspect of Hellboy’s stories that I really like is the heart. Check that out below, along with a preview of   Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea, which hits comic shops this week and bookstores next month. That was an area I really liked helping to develop, the kid and the dog, and I think they round out the story nicely. Dark Horse Comics
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Hellboy spends most of the story tied up to a mast, and he’s coming off a story where he was held captive by mermaids. Hellboy lives! Hellboy’s fictional career was long, with adventures spanning most of the 20th century, leaving some continuity holes for Mignola and his assorted collaborators to plug in more stories. It’s a little too mysterious for me to unravel. In an interview with EW, Gianni discussed his approach to Hellboy and why the character still feels as resonant as ever. It’s the fun of the Hellboy character; you can mash up all of these things. I see him as a pulpy character more than a horror icon. Is there any single element or scene of the comic you enjoyed the most? I think he’s a character much in the vein of someone like Sherlock Holmes, for example. I’ve always had sort of a love for the sea. It gives him a certain vulnerability that perhaps allows other characters within these stories to take center stage for a while. Mike does have a poetic element in a lot of his stories, where there are blossoms and leaves falling across great spans of churchyards and so forth. Last year, Mike talked about Hellboy as the character he could plug into any kind of story, from occult Nazi pulp to Celtic myths. I don’t just mean the love life, but the romantic hero. In the case of this story, he’s along for the ride, so to speak, and he helps decide the outcome. I’m not sure where that comes from, being a landlocked Chicagoan, but Mike had written a timeline where Hellboy was lost at sea at some point a few years ago and left a bookmark   there going, “One of these days I want Gary to fill this in with his take on ships and sailors and the classic phantom ship story.” You see that quite often in literature. Hellboy does stride across a very broad stage, which makes it great fodder for an artist to develop these environments. I think the little boy and the dog in this thing really help give it that sense of terra firma. This month sees the release of another such story, the original graphic novel   Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea. I don’t want to say he’s a passive character, but in the sense that he is bearing witness to the foolhardiness of other characters. Why does he get restrained so easily? There’s the Flying Dutchman   and the Mary Celeste —   there’s always some sort of phantom vehicle. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What was it like working with Mike Mignola on his most iconic character? We’ve always loved the Moby Dick Melville story, but we liked it filtered through Ray Bradbury’s adaptation for the 1953 film, which is pretty far removed from what Herman Melville had done. The interesting thing about the story I did with Mike was taking the character and dropping him into a whole different time period. There’s even poetry. It went pretty smoothly. How does your take on Hellboy and his world differ from Mike’s? That’s another thing about Hellboy, the romance. What were your influences for this story? It’s part of the conflict, I think. He’s been described as an occult detective, and I can almost hear the voiceover and the Chandler and Hammett spin on the back alleys and the heavy drinking and the forlorn love life. You can take them all, and if you can mix this cocktail right, you’ll have this great pastiche. At times,   Hellboy is a witness, he bears witness, even in this story. Show Full Article I wanted to do something that pleased both of us. This particular story has all the classic conventions that make a good Hellboy story. Although Mike Mignola brought his iconic character’s chronological story to an end with last year’s conclusion to Hellboy in Hell, the stone-fisted demon hunter has not yet disappeared from comic pages. Co-written by Mignola and illustrated by Eisner Award-winning artist Gary Gianni, the story is set during the period of years Hellboy spent wandering the sea alone (longtime fans will recognize this as the period between   The Island   and   Darkness Calls   stories). Aside from all the monsters and the action, I like the subtlety of the story. There’s always a warmth, something there that I think touches us on a poignant level. You’re allowed to play with the train set, but I was always open to his suggestions and comments. That kind of stuff removes it from some of the more base horror and puts it more into a romantic genre. You’ll notice that so many of Mike’s stories have sort of melancholy endings to them. You have the classic Doyle “canon” of those 50 stories, but 100 years later, we’ve had how many reboots and pastiches? On my part or other artists who work with Mike, you have to realize this isn’t yours. Hellboy’s story is technically over; we know the ending, so   why do you think he remains so resonant and keeps fueling new stories? There’s a judgment or a moral to these stories that Hellboy is witnessing. The fascination with a character like Sherlock Holmes or even Batman, they seem to speak to every new generation, and they may be tweaked   or looked at in another light, but it’s a fascination that I think works on a really primal level.

Bill O’Reilly officially dumped by Fox News

Parent company 21st Century Fox announced Wednesday the longtime cable news anchor is stepping down in the wake of a multitude of sexual harassment allegation. More to come…  

Show Full Article Bill O’Reilly is no longer a factor for Fox News. Scores of advertisers have pulled their sponsorship from O’Reilly’s top-rated show as a result. “After a thorough and careful review of the allegations, the Company and Bill O’Reilly have agreed that Bill O’Reilly will not be returning to the Fox News Channel,” the company said in a statement. O’Reilly was on vacation from his The O’Reilly Factor   program and was originally scheduled to return on Monday. O’Reilly has faced a tidal wave of opposition after the New York Times reported on April 1 that he and his network’s parent company paid a total of $13 million in hush money to several women over the years who were pursuing sexual harassment claims against him.

Marvel’s ‘New Warriors’ TV series reveals five more heroes

Microbe), and Deborah Fields (a.k.a. However,   his ability to launch kinetic balls of energy is a bit chaotic. It’s hard to keep secrets from him since the germs inform him where people have   been, what they were doing, who they were with, and even what they ate. Speedball), Zack Smith (a.k.a. Mister Immortal),   Dwayne Taylor (ak.a. Robbie, “an impulsive and immature people-pleaser with a misplaced sense of confidence,”   wants to become a superhero. New Warriors, scheduled for a 2018 premiere on Freeform, will follow these young superhumans as they try to work together and make a difference in the world, while also making the transition into adulthood. Meet Squirrel Girl’s team of teenage superheroes. And, yes, she’ll be bringing along her squirrel sidekick Tippy Toe with   the jump to television. Doreen Green) was the first addition when the series order was announced earlier this month. Then there’s hypochondriac Zack, with the ability to talk to germs. On Wednesday, Marvel revealed the five   characters rounding out the main roster of the 10-episode New Warriors on Freeform, in addition to   confirming Kevin Biegel (Cougar Town) as showrunner. The final member of the crew is Deborah, a trickster and low-level telekinetic. Squirrel Girl (a.k.a. An out and proud lesbian, she “calls people on their BS and has no fear of putting her opinions out there.” Though, she “experienced deep loss in her personal life as a direct result of super ‘heroics.’”

Casting for these roles has not been announced, though   Jeph Loeb and Jim Chory will executive produce for Marvel. We now also know the other New Warriors will be   Craig Hollis (a.k.a. “He’s a big sweet guy the team takes under their wing, and they help him find and grow his own confidence,” according to Marvel’s description. Night Thrasher), Robbie Baldwin (a.k.a. Blessed with acrobatic prowess and the ability to communicate with squirrels, Doreen is described as a “totally empowering fan girl” who teaches people to believe in themselves. With the ability to never die (or “so he says”), Craig is an even more cocky version of The Most Interesting Man Alive, though he hasn’t used his superpower much at all. According to Marvel, “He’s lazy and figures if he has all the time in the world to learn how to fight, what’s the rush?”
Dwayne is similarly full of himself, though the YouTube personality   doesn’t retain any powers of his own. Described as “brilliant, strong,” and “noble,” he believes in his own version of justice while trying to hide his rich family to maintain his street cred. Debrii). Show Full Article

HBO Now: Here’s what’s coming and going in May

Original Programming:
Warning: This Drug May Kill You (5/1)
Chris Gethard: Career Suicide (5/6)
Mommy Dead and Dearest (5/15)
Juanes Concert Film (5/19)
The Wizard of Lies (5/20)
Season Finale:
Animals (5/19)
Theatrical Premieres:
Legend, 2015 (5/3)
Sully, 2016 (5/6)
Jason Bourne, 2016 (5/13)
Storks, 2016 (5/27)
Starting May   1:
15 Minutes, 2001
Aliens in the Attic, 2009
Appaloosa, 2008
Babylon A.D., 2008
The Beguiled, 1971
The Borne Ultimatum, 2007
Caught in the Crossfire, 2010
Dying Young, 1991
The Eiger Sanction, 1975
Frank Miller’s Sin City*, 2005
Good Will Hunting, 1997
High Plains Drifter, 1973
Inventing the Abbots, 1997
Joe Kidd, 1972
Macarthur, 1977
The Man with Two Brains, 1983
Nothing But Trouble, 1991
Notorious, 2009
On Deadly Ground, 1994
Quick Change, 1990
Scream 2, 1997
Scream 3, 2000
The Sweetest Thing*, 2002
Tender Mercies, 1983
*Frank Miller’s Sin City includes four additional cuts told from the points of view of each individual character
*Extended Cut also available
Ending May 6:
Shanghai Noon, 2000
Ending May   31:
Being There, 1979
The Brothers Grimm, 2005
Castaway, 2000
Deadpool, 2015
Dr. But first, if you haven’t caught it yet, make sure to experience Ryan Reynolds in   Deadpool before it’s too late — it departs from the slate on May 31. See below for the full list of what’s coming to HBO Now, as well as the movies you’ll have one last chance to catch before they leave. On the other hand, if you like your Matt Damon with a little more action, you’ll be able to try two newly available installments of the Bourne franchise, namely   Jason Bourne and The Bourne Ultimatum. As for HBO’s original programming, make sure to catch Robert de Niro as Bernie Madoff   in HBO Film’s The Wizard of Lies,   and for something lighter, there’s the season 2 finale of the animated series   Animals   on May 19. I Love You, 2007
The Sand Pebbles, 1966
A Serious Man, 2009
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, 2008
The Sixth Sense, 1999

Show Full Article Right, 2016
Racing Stripes, 2005
Ride Along 2, 2016
Poltergeist (2015), 2015
P.S. As the May flowers bloom, so does a wealth of new material on HBO Now. Dolittle 2, 2001
Excalibur, 1981
Gods of Egypt, 2016
Gotcha!, 1985
The Green Mile, 1999
Insidious: Chapter 3, 2015
Joy, 2015
License to Wed, 2007
Matchstick Men, 2003
Miracle on 34th Street, 1947
Mr. Still, you’ll be able to rediscover just how good   Good Will   Hunting   is, which came out an astonishing 20 years ago.

Ewan McGregor says his ‘Fargo’ character is like Trump

Once we got that look, we got into Emmit. And of course, he has to master not one but two slightly different versions of that notoriously tricky Fargo-ian accent. The actor recalls first sitting with showrunner Noah Hawley for lunch in Los Angeles after having shot Trainspotting 2 for which he got into the best shape of his life to play a junkie-turned-fitness obsessive. It’s tempting to look at Bill Macy [in the Fargo film] for the men as a   go-to example. He feels like his brother took advantage of him when he was younger. Hawley looked him square in the eye, the actor recalled, and said: “You’re going to have to gain weight.” So McGregor did. Did you learn how to play for your scenes? It was Noah who thought, “If you’re going to get Ewan McGregor to play two parts, let’s have neither look like him.” I thought it was a great idea. “She’d never seen it before, and she was just thinking, ‘Boy, Ewan McGregor is just not looking good,’” Coon says laughing. I also wear brown contacts. I think my accent is not as strong. Yeah, it’s not true, really. I don’t know what I’m doing differently after five. What’s the appeal? I’ve had to stretch myself in order to do this, and that’s great. I wear a Spanx   T-shirt that I squeezed into. We had quite a long conversation, about a half hour, about Ray’s Corvette and what modifications have been done. The next day, they scheduled for me to do some driving with him to get used to driving on snowy roads, and this time I was dressed as myself. It’s difficult to know because it was always going to be this way. You were also shooting in Calgary where it was minus-20 on some night shoots, I hear? If the offer had been for only one of the brothers, not a dual part, would you still have signed on? It’s really interesting to play somebody who’s so pissed off at life. You’ve played two characters in the same project twice before. It’s no joke. That just speaks to the level of detail.”
Below McGregor spoke to EW about the roles:
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So how did a TV role —   or in this case, two —   first get on your radar? The Fargo team knew the transformation was effective when “Ray” confused newcomers to the set. I put on a lot of weight. There are moments I feel like are his Trump moments. The cold, the hours in makeup, going from one character to another the same day —   it’s a challenge, and that’s the kind of challenge you’re always looking for as an actor. It’s much more satisfying than when you have a big-budget movie and get only a couple shots a day. We also got rid of my cleft chin. Hawley revealed “Ray” is heavy-set, and McGregor optimistically suggested using prosthetics and padding for the effect. Twice on the big screen he’s double downed against himself, played opposing roles in the same film — first in 2005’s The Island as an evil designer and his good clone, and then in 2015’s Last Days in the Desert, playing   both Jesus and the Devil. Emmit is interesting, playing him during this whole Trump affair. I wanted them vocally to be slightly different. The other thing is having the director changing [as different directors shoot different episodes]. He can’t quite believe his luck. But then I realized I had to make them feel different too. I’ve never experienced that before. The actor gets to show off his gorging with a nude scene in the first episode as Ray. We concentrated on his heft and receding hairline, and there are three pieces of prosthetics. Noah   wanted him to feel more downtrodden by life. People spend a lifetime learning to play bridge   well. But his accent was very linked to that character. EWAN McGREGOR: I was considering this other TV idea I had been approached about when I went skiing in Utah, and we bumped into a TV producer from FX. He’s completely in love with Nikki, this drop-dead gorgeous con. How did you go about helping to figure out how to play the two characters? So when I got home, I watched [both seasons], and I thought, “F—ing hell, it’s so clever. I tend to find what I’m trying to do in the first few takes. He said, “You should take a look and get back to me. ” [Showrunner Noah Hawley] made something feel like Fargo that wasn’t with the same characters or set in the same time, but he did it. I learned how to move the cards about properly, and that’s it. I think it’s worked. And he said, “Hi, it’s nice to meet you.” And I said, “No we met last night.” And he said, “Nope.” And I said, “We had a long conversation about the car.” And he was adamant he had never met me before. I concentrated on Ray   to begin with. I guess you had to not only learn the Fargo accent once, but two different ways then? I don’t know. Oh, and his characters’ wigs would fit better if he shaved his head — so he did that too. I wear some padding too. I pulled up a photo of Ray on my phone and said, “Did you meet this guy?” And he couldn’t believe it. Ray and Nikki are competitive bridge players. That’s interesting because many movie actors who dip into TV complain about the pace; they find it too fast. I wasn’t watching thinking, “That’s me,” I watched it believing in both. Which character was more fun to play? Everybody enjoys Ray more on set, too. The cast is brilliant. However, portraying the slick Minnesota parking lot king Emmit Stussy and his and downtrodden parole officer brother Ray presented some unexpected obstacles. I heard there were a couple of moments on set when people didn’t recognize you? I didn’t really get it. He sort of epitomizes capitalism and the businessman, and he’s got a very thin skin, and he’s quick to blame other people for his own mistakes. And Emmit? I don’t like doing 20 takes. So we’re not surprised the 46-year old Scottish actor was lured to the small screen for his first-ever series TV role with the chance to play another double act in Fargo season 3. I had an hour’s lesson, and I will never understand it. “She really thought he was letting himself go! Ray. I like the challenge of playing two different people in something. It’s possible, but I probably wouldn’t have been as excited by it. Ewan McGregor likes being his own worst enemy. He asked me if I’d seen the Fargo series. I might have been. He’s waiting for the curtain to be drawn back and realize it’s all a hoax. I’ve seen the first two episodes. I love the pace of it; we shoot so much more in a day than on a movie. And when you see him with his cons, he’s quite a dick, but when you see him with Nikki [Mary Elizabeth Winstead], he’s a totally different guy. They couldn’t just feel like me in a costume. But it’s a very difficult accent to do, because as a British person, a   lot of it sounds Irish, and you can feel like you’re doing a bad Irish accent. Costar Carrie Coon recalls chatting with actress Olivia Sandoval (who plays officer Winnie Lopez) after she first met McGregor in his Ray costume during her first day on set. I said no — I thought it was a silly idea to make a TV series out of such a well-known and -loved movie. I thought it was a really wonderful opportunity, and I’ve been proven right. It keeps me more upright too. We did some pre-shoot camera tests, and I was dressed as Ray and talking to this car guy who came in to look after the cars. We’re casting the third season now, and we’re looking for an actor to play two brothers who aren’t twins.” I thought that was quite intriguing. Emmit   is healthier and more upright. Show Full Article

‘Jurassic Park,’ ’Scrubs,’ and everything else leaving Netflix in May

Comedies aren’t safe either, with   Scrubs,   Flubber, and season 2 of   Bob’s Burgers also   leaving the streaming service’s roster. Leaving May 7
American Dad! Season 7
Bob’s Burgers: Season 2
Leaving May 11
American Dad! Take a look below at the complete list of what will be leaving Netflix in May. Black Mamba: Kiss of Death
Cujo
Doomsdays
Fantastic Four
FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue
Flicka: Country Pride
Garfield’s Fun Fest
Invincible
Jetsons: The Movie
Jurassic Park III
Jurassic Park
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Paulie
Samurai Headhunters
Stephen King’s Thinner
Tales from the Darkside: The Movie
The Doors
The Real Beauty and the Beast
The Seven Dwarfs of Auschwitz
The Sons of Katie Elder
The Wedding Planner
Things We Lost in the Fire
To Catch a Thief
Treblinka: Hitler’s Killing Machine
Truly Strange
Turf War: Lions and Hippos
Van Wilder: Freshman Year
Venom Islands
World War II Spy School
Leaving May 2
Good Luck Charlie: Season 1 – 4
Kickin’ It: Season 1 – 3
Scrubs: Season 1-9
Leaving May 5
Amapola
Flubber
Grosse Pointe Blank
The Recruit
What About Bob? It looks like the dinosaurs are about to go extinct again as   Netflix is going to be kicking out the original   Jurassic Park   trilogy to make room for some less threatening newcomers. Season 9 & 10
Leaving May 19
Step Up
Leaving May 26
Graceland: Season 1 – 3

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11 Blocks
Alfie
Bang Bang! Season 8
Leaving May 15
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Seasons 1 – 5
Leaving May 17
American Dad! Some of Stephen King’s films, including   Cujo are getting the boot, too.

Bruce Springsteen criticizes Trump in new protest song

“I’ve felt disgust before, but never the kind of fear that you feel now,” he told Marc Maron shortly before Trump’s January inauguration. Bruce Springsteen and longtime collaborator Joe Grushecky debuted   a new song that criticizes President Donald Trump via SiriusXM’s E Street Radio station on Wednesday morning. On the cut, titled “That’s What Makes Us Great,” Springsteen alludes to Trump with lyrics like “Don’t tell me a lie and sell it as a fact” and “Don’t you brag to me that you never read a book.”
“I had this song, and Bruce and I had been talking,” Grushecky told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Do they simply have the pure competence to be put in the position of such responsibility?” In an October conversation with   New Yorker editor David Remnick prior to the election, Springsteen noted he was   “afraid of [Trump’s]   lasting effect on the country.”
Head over to Grushecky’s website to hear “That’s What Makes Us Great.”

Show Full Article How could a person like that be president of the United States?”
Grushecky and Springsteen have worked together for decades. “It’s as simple as the fear of, is someone simply competent enough to do this particular job? “I sent it to him and he liked it.” That led the Boss to “[give] it the Bruce treatment.” Grushecky said that Trump “lost me the moment he started making fun of special needs people. Springsteen produced   American Babylon, Grushecky’s album with his band The Houserockers, in 1995; Springsteen won a Grammy in 2005 for the live version of a song he had written with Grushecky, “Code of Silent.”

Springsteen has been outspoken in opposition to Trump.

Nicki Minaj is a literal queen on her throne in ‘No Frauds’ video

She also shared a clip from an upcoming video for “Regret in Your Tears.”
And if that’s not enough to keep her busy,   Minaj recently teamed up with DNCE for their new single “Kissing Strangers” and collaborated with Major Lazer for   “Run Up.”    Watch the “No Frauds” video above. Minaj   just released the flashy new video for her   song “No Frauds,” a diss track that makes a few obvious swipes at Remy Ma, alluding to the MC’s   time in prison and her own diss tracks against Minaj. RELATED: How Fat Joe and Remy Ma Went ‘All the Way Up’ With   Their New Album
Minaj released the song, featuring Drake and Lil Wayne, last month   along with two others, “Regret in Your Tears” and “Changed It.” On Twitter this week, Minaj confirmed that “No Frauds” was the first single from her upcoming fourth studio album. Show Full Article Nicki Minaj’s feud with rapper Remy Ma isn’t over just yet.

Kate Beckinsale shares Rob Lowe throwback postcard: ‘Yes I will marry you’

Show Full Article On the back of the correspondence is a note that Beckinsale claimed could be from the actor himself: “Dear, Kate. Yes I will marry you. See you soon. EITHER I was a really tragic 13 year old with time on my hands OR Rob Lowe was all kinds of casual proposing marriage via a postcard of himself ,signing his last name AND drawing a dick instead of using a stamp .(found at my mum's house)
A post shared by Kate Beckinsale (@katebeckinsale) on Apr 18, 2017 at 3:53pm PDT

The bottom of the postcard does state: “One of a set of four postcards from Just Seventeen — Britain’s brightest weekly girl’s magazine.” So there’s a high chance the card wasn’t sent directly from the American actor (as does the lack of a stamp). Like many children of the ’80s, Kate Beckinsale was also once obsessed with Rob Lowe. On Wednesday, the actress posted an old postcard of Lowe she discovered when rummaging through her childhood belongings at her mom’s house. (found at my mum’s house),” Beckinsale wrote. Love, Rob Lowe xxxxxx.”
“EITHER I was a really tragic 13-year-old with time on my hands OR Rob Lowe was all kinds of casual proposing marriage via a postcard of himself, signing his last name AND drawing a d— instead of using a stamp.

New to Netflix in May: ‘House of Cards,’ ‘War Machine,’ and more

Don’t let the nice weather fool you: there are still plenty of reasons to stay inside throughout May, and you can find most of them on Netflix. (Seriously, good luck seeing any sun at all once you’re through with this list.)
With the upcoming premieres of new original series like Anne with an E, and the heavily anticipated returns of older favorites like   Sense8,   Master of None, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,   and, of course,   House of Cards, there won’t be any shortage of great entertainment to watch this next month. Take a look at the complete list of everything coming to Netflix in May. Superpower—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
War Machine—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Available May 28
Bunk’d: Season 2
Available May 29
Forever Pure
A New High

Available May 30
F is for Family: Season 2—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
House of Cards: Season 5—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Marvel’s Doctor Strange
Masterminds
Sarah Silverman A Speck of Dust—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Coming Soon
Supergirl: Season 2
Supernatural: Season 12
The Flash: Season 3

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Blood on the Mountain
Chaahat
Chocolat
Decanted
Don’t Think Twice
Drifter
Forrest Gump
Happy Feet
In the Shadow of Iris—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Love
Losing Sight of Shore
Malibu’s Most Wanted
Nerdland
Raja Hindustani
Richard Pryor: Icon
Under Arrest: Season 5
Available May 2
Bodyguards: Secret Lives from the Watchtower
Hija De La Laguna
Maria Bamford: Old Baby—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Two Lovers and a Bear
Available May 5:
Chelsea: Season 2 (streaming every Friday)—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Kazoops!: Season 3—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Sense8: Season 2—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Simplemente Manu NNa—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Spirit: Riding Free: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Last Kingdom: Season 2—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Mars Generation—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Available May 6
Cold War 2
When the Bough Breaks
Available May 7
LoveTrue
Stake Land II
The Host
Available May 8
Beyond the Gates  
Hunter Gatherer

Available May 9
Norm Macdonald: Hitler’s Dog, Gossip & Trickery–NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Queen of the South: Season 1
All We Had
Available May 10
El apóstata
The Adventure Club
Available May 11
Switched at Birth: Season 5
The Fosters: Season 4
Available May 12
All Hail King Julien: Exiled: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Anne with an E: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Get Me Roger Stone—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Master of None: Season 2—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Mindhorn—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Sahara—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Available May 15
Command and Control
Cave
Lovesong
Sherlock: Series 4
The Intent
Available May 16
Tracy Morgan: Staying Alive—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Break-Up
The Place Beyond the Pines
Available May 18
Royal Pains: Season 8
Riverdale: Season 1
Available May 19
BLAME!—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Laerte-se—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Keepers: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 3—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Available May 21
What’s With Wheat
Available May 22
Inglourious Basterds
They Call Us Monsters
Available May 23
Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Dig Two Graves
Available May 24
Southpaw
Available May 26
Believe
Bloodline: Season 3—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
I am Jane Doe
Joshua: Teenager vs. Available May 1
American Experience: The Big Burn
American Experience: The Boys of ’36
Anvil!