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Anthony Johnson — best known for his roles in “House Party” and “Friday” — has died … TMZ has learned. Johnson’s nephew tells us … A.J. was found lifeless in a store earlier this month in Los Angeles and rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. So far, no cause of death has
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Play video content @tylerperry / Instagram Tyler Perry is full of Bullwinkle. It’s pretty shocking … a GIGANTIC moose somehow made its way into Tyler’s backyard, and it’s both a glorious and frightening sight. A moose can be super dangerous, but when you stand back and watch … well, it’s awesome. It’s unclear where the
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Saturday AM Update: Any doubts about the health of the overall domestic box office continue to wane with Disney/Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings continuing to reign a top in its third weekend $21M, the second-best third weekend result for a September release after Warner Bros.’ It ($29.75M). That’s a great -39% hold after a Friday of
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September 17, 2021 Trailer: Enter The Dark Mystery Of ‘Nightmare Alley’ ‘Nightmare Alley’ stars Bradley Cooper as Stanton Carlisle, a nightclub mind reader who becomes tangled up with Cate Blanchett as Dr. Lilith Ritter, a psychiatrist out to debunk him as a fraud. Based on a 1946 novel of the same name, ‘Nightmare Alley’ is a
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Still, despite being left in the dark, Jessica Chastain enjoyed working with Dark Phoenix director Simon Kinberg, who made his feature directorial debut with that movie after having been a writer/producer in the X-Men franchise since 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand. As a matter a fact, they did end up collaborating again on The 355,
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Warner Bros/Legendary’s Dune is off to an epic start at the box office in France. The Denis Villeneuve-directed adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic world-building 1965 novel grossed $1.55M in its first day on Wednesday (including Tuesday night previews). This is the market’s fourth best launch day of all time for the month of September. The
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Nebraska native Leslie Easterbrook was in her 30s when she landed the role as the sexy blonde Sergeant Callahan — whose buxom bod is only matched by her serious school attitude towards the incoming cadets — in the classic cop comedy “Police Academy” … and the decade worth of sequels to follow! The iconic funny
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Anyway, so who’s joining Pierce Brosnan’s Doctor Fate in Black Adam? That will be Aldis Hodge’s Hawkman, Quintessa Swindell’s Cyclone and Noah Centineo’s Atom Smasher. Hawkman and Doctor Fate were two of the JSA’s founding members in the comics, while Cyclone and Atom Smasher are among the “newer” heroes who’ve been added to the lineup
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Warner Bros/Legendary Pictures’ sci-fi epic Dune is starting early rollout this weekend, looking to capitalize on momentum coming off of its star-packed world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, which was followed by an event at Paris’ Grand Rex cinema and screenings in Deauville and Toronto — all in just the past two weeks. The
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The Met Gala is back after a year off due to COVID, and it looks like the stars were chomping at the bit to put on their best suits and dresses in a return to normalcy. This year’s hosts include Keke Palmer, Billie Eilish, Amanda Gorman, Timothee Chalamet and Naomi Osaka — and they’ve already
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As we’ve seen with other HBO Max movies that hit theaters and the streaming service simultaneously, whenever there’s a solid number at the B.O., there’s also a solid draw in-homes. That wasn’t the case with James Wan’s giallo-inspired horror title Malignant which died at the weekend domestic B.O. with a $5.57M opening and a divided audience
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Don’t Worry Darling – TBA 2022 (Post-Production) Following the exceptional critical success of Booksmart, her feature directorial debut, Olivia Wilde was among the most in-demand new filmmakers in Hollywood. For her much-anticipated sophomore feature, the actress-turned-director opted to make the psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling, a ’50s period piece with a murder’s row of heavy-hitters,
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