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Leaving Showtime: August 2018

If you want to see Miles Teller get punched a lot: Bleed for ThisThe second in an unofficial series of Miles Teller playing dudes who survive car crashes and still somehow give astonishing performances (watch Whiplash!), Bleed for This sees the ...

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Bel Canto Trailer: Julianne Moore Serenades Ken Watanabe

Call it el tangle de Roxanne: In Bel Canto, Julianne Moore plays famous soprano Roxanne Coss, who’s held hostage after she performs a private concert at the birthday party for wealthy Japanese businessman Katsumi Hosokawa (Ken Watanabe). A clique of ...

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Spider-Man: Far From Home Adds Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders

Though Samuel L. Jackson appeared only briefly in Avengers: Infinity War, where (spoiler alert!) his long-running Marvel character, Nick Fury, was a post-credits casualty of the film’s super-villainous snap, rest assured that this isn’t the last you’ll see of the ...

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Rosie O’Donnell and Broadway Stars Sing the Songs of Angry Men at the White House

The signs, a crucial element of any anti-Trump protest, had a Broadway theme at Monday’s White House protest.“Book of Moron,” said one, which melded the The Art of the Deal’s book jacket and a musical you can probably guess. “The ...

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House of Cards’ Final Season Will Arrive Just in Time for the Midterm Elections

Call it collusion or call it fate: House of Cards’ sixth and final season officially has a release date set for November 2, which yes, is just days ahead of the pivotal midterm elections. The final season has, as you ...

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Tom Hardy’s Al Capone Voice Is Somehow Based on Bugs Bunny

Tom Hardy gets a lot of flak for his characters’ voices — hello Bane! — but he’s decided to get ahead of any critique of his voice as Al Capone in Josh Trank’s upcoming Fonzo. We haven’t heard the voice ...

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You Can See Janet Jackson and Cardi B for Free Next Month, Which You Obviously Should

It’s not every day that a living legend just gives away an opportunity to be in her presence, but there will be one day next month where it’s possible. Janet Jackson has been announced as the headliner of this year’s ...

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Is Sony’s Slender Man Movie Capitalizing On a Real-Life Tragedy?

In June 2009, Eric Knudsen uploaded two Photoshopped pictures to a web forum called Something Awful. The pictures were his entries in a contest called “Create Paranormal Images,” held in part to see who could come up with the the most ...

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In Conversation: Kathleen Turner

When Kathleen Turner, standing in the Vulture reception area, introduces herself in her singular throaty rasp, the effect is almost comic — who else has a voice like that? “This thing happens with restaurants,” says Turner as we walk to ...

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Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson Will Star in Rebecca Hall’s Directorial Debut, Passing

In news that is actually good, Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson will star in Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut, Passing. According to Deadline, Hall wrote the script, based on Nella Larsen’s Harlem Renaissance novel of the same name. Negga and Thompson ...

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