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David Cassidy In Critical Condition After Organ Failure

David Cassidy In Critical Condition After Organ Failure
David Cassidy is in critical condition. The former “Partridge Family” star was rushed to a Florida hospital on Wednesday, and has been there since, a rep for Cassidy tells Et. “His organs are failing,” the rep reveals. “He is currently conscious and surrounded by family.” Cassidy, 67, has also been suffering with dementia, after being diagnosed with […]
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Ann Wedgeworth Dies: ‘Three’s Company’, ‘Sweet Dreams’ Actress Was 83

Ann Wedgeworth Dies: ‘Three’s Company’, ‘Sweet Dreams’ Actress Was 83
Ann Wedgeworth, a Tony Award-winning actress most widely known for roles on sitcoms Evening Shade and Three’s Company, died Thursday following a lengthy illness at a New York area nursing home, her family has announced. She was 83. Wedgeworth, who won a National Society of Film Critics Award for her tough but poignant performance in 1985’s Sweet Dreams – she played the mother of Jessica Lange’s Patsy Cline – won the 1978 Tony Award for best featured actress in a play for N…
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Netflix Orders Comedy Series Starring Run-D.M.C.'s Rev. Run

Netflix Orders Comedy Series Starring Run-D.M.C.'s Rev. Run
Run-D.M.C.'s Reverend Run is returning to television as Netflix has ordered a scripted comedy series starring the Rock Hall-inducted rapper and his real-life wife Justine Simmons.

Rev. Run, who starred in the MTV reality series Run's House from 2005 to 2009, will portray himself in the semi-fictionalized series about the rapper and his post-hip-hop life, The Hollywood Reporter writes.

The Mayor and Speechless creator Jeremy Bronson penned the still-unnamed series' script. Produced by Amblin and ABC Studios, the series was initially picked up by ABC following a bidding war in 2016, but
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Lena Dunham Slammed for Defending ‘Girls’ Writer Accused of Rape

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Lena Dunham Slammed for Defending ‘Girls’ Writer Accused of Rape
Lena Dunham came to the defense of a “Girls” writer accused of rape on Friday, and some Twitter users have called her out for choosing to support the alleged perpetrator over his female accuser. “Never call yourself an advocate for women again because you’ve just proven that you are Not,” one user wrote. Several others dug up a tweet of Dunham’s from August in which she said women do not lie about rape. The backlash came after Dunham spoke out against actress Aurora Perrineau, who filed a police report on Friday saying she did not consent to sex with “Girls” writer Murray.
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Comedy Central Announces Lineup for All-New Slate of Stand-Up Specials

Comedy Central Announces Lineup for All-New Slate of Stand-Up Specials
Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents… is returning to New Orleans to tape an all-new slate of half-hour specials featuring nine of the most exciting and dynamic comedians performing today. The new season will tape on December 8 and 9 at the Civic Theatre in New Orleans and include performances by Emmy Blotnick, Tim Dillon, Devin Field, Megan Gailey, Chris Garcia, Langston Kerman, Mike Lawrence, Ryan O’Flanagan, and Sarah Tiana. For over 22 seasons, the Comedy Central half-hour specials have been both an important career milestone for stand-up comedians and the fundamental series in which Comedy Central identifies and amplifies its future
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Netflix Sets Premiere Date for Grace and Frankie Season 4

Netflix Sets Premiere Date for Grace and Frankie Season 4
Netflix has set the fourth season premiere date for Grace and Frankie. It will premiere globally on Friday, January 19. Just like the previous seasons, it is expected to be consist of thirteen episodes. The third season premiered last March to positive reviews and received four Emmy nominations. Jane Fonda (Grace) and Lily Tomlin (Frankie) star as two women whose lives are turned upside down when their husbands reveal they are gay and leave them for each other.
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Why You Absolutely Must Experience the Spectacular Stomp

In January 2018, Stomp’s incredible 15-year run will end its London show. It’s been part of London’s West End since it opened at the Vaudeville Theatre in 2002. Right now, the permanent London cast is performing at the Ambassador’s Theatre: Stomp is famous for its creative work with found percussion. Though many troupe members are highly skilled percussionists, they are most likely to be heard playing on trash cans, garbage bins, paint cans, tire rims, plumbing fixtures, and just about anything else in the world which will make a sound. Stomp’s an international sensation too, with troupes performing regularly around

Why You Absolutely Must Experience the Spectacular Stomp
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Night of Too Many Stars: Jon Stewart 'Joins' Game of Thrones, Sam Bee Flips the Bird, J.J. Abrams 'Spoils' Star Wars

Night of Too Many Stars: Jon Stewart 'Joins' Game of Thrones, Sam Bee Flips the Bird, J.J. Abrams 'Spoils' Star Wars
Jon Stewart on Saturday night called on a few famous friends for a very worthy cause.

Night of Too Many Stars brought out a bevy of Daily Show alumni, as well as the likes of Robert De Niro, J.J. Abrams, Billy Crystal, Michael J. Fox, Sarah Silverman, Lin-Manuel Miranda and many more to raise awareness/money for Next for Autism, a non-profit organization that “transforms the national landscape of services for people with autism by strategically designing, launching, and supporting innovative programs.”

Last week, HBO — which broadcast the event live from New York’s Madison Square Garden — announced that embattled
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Why Patrick Swayze’s “Bodhi” is the Coolest Movie Character of All-Time

Bodhi might be one of the most coolest movie characters of all time and it’s largely due to how well Patrick Swayze portrayed him Point Break. I’ve watched this movie countless times and it never seems to get old, even if I’ve seen it multiple times in week-long period. Something about the guy is just pure despite his penchant for robbing banks and living on the edge. The character was hypnotizing in a way, he’d suck you into his world without even trying and make you believe that his lifestyle was a thing of pure zen and could be questioned,

Why Patrick Swayze’s “Bodhi” is the Coolest Movie Character of All-Time
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Damon Lindelof on Why We Need a New ‘Watchmen’ Now: ‘What We Think About Superheroes is Wrong’

HBO has yet to officially green light a “Watchmen” TV adaptation, but Damon Lindelof has been hard at work on the series for more than a month. Chronicled with sly references and clever comparisons on the showrunner’s Instagram account, the series — which received a pilot order from the premium cable network in September — has already generated a lot of buzz.

On Saturday afternoon, Lindelof spoke publicly about the project for the first time. He took part in a panel at Vulture Fest along with “The Good Place” creator Mike Schur and was asked by Vulture’s West Coast Editor Josef Adalian why he decided to follow-up his critically acclaimed series “The Leftovers” with a comic book adaptation.

Prefacing his point with his memory of the original graphic novel, Lindelof said, “Watchmen was dangerous.”

“The reason I’m doing this is because these are dangerous times and we need dangerous shows,
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‘Stranger Things’: Duffer Brothers And Cast Reflect On Season 2, Keep Tight-Lipped On Season 3

The following contains spoilers for season 2 of Stranger Things. The second season of Stranger Things certainly upped the ante on everything. From the new big baddie the Shadow Monster to a system of supernatural tunnels underneath Hawkins, the binge-worthy Netflix show certainly delivered the goods when it came to giving fans ’80s-tinged demogorgon realness. At Vulture Festival La, the Duffer Brothers Matt and Ross took the dais with producer Shawn Levy as well as…
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Yet Another Compilation of Some of Skeletor’s Best Insults

It’s been so long since I actually watched He-Man that I forgot just how often Skeletor insulted the guys around him. That’s pretty bold for someone that’s basically a talking skull with a very high-pitched voice. Honestly if his minions were any sharper they probably would have figured out they could turn on him a very opportune time and been rid of him a lot quicker. Of course that would have meant that they would have needed another evil genius and master tactician to step in and lead them, since none of them were all the bright really except for

Yet Another Compilation of Some of Skeletor’s Best Insults
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‘Stranger Things’ Season 3: ‘Chances Are High’ Kali Will Be Back

‘Stranger Things’ Season 3: ‘Chances Are High’ Kali Will Be Back
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “Stranger Things” Season 2.]

Eleven’s sister may make Season 3 of “Stranger Things” a sibling affair. At the “Stranger Things: Inside the Upside Down” panel at Vulture Festival in Los Angeles on Saturday, the cast and crew of the Netflix series were on hand to reveal behind-the-scenes info from Season 2 and tease what might lie ahead.

In particular, brothers Matt and Ross Duffer revealed that Kali (Linnea Berthelsen) will most likely return for Season 3. “It would feel weird that we would’n’t resolve that storyline,” said Matt Duffer. “Chances are high that she comes back.”

Ross Duffer added, “We’re in very early days of Season 3… That’s not an official announcement.”

In the second season, “Chapter 7: The Lost Sister” was one of the most divisive episodes among fans and critics alike because it was a standalone adventure that took place outside of the action of Hawkins, Indiana. Even IndieWire’s
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‘Parks & Rec’ Mike Schur Says “Everybody Knew About Kevin Spacey”; ‘Leftovers’ Damon Lindelof Regrets Theroux Jokes

Back when Mike Schur was writing for Saturday Night Live–a gig that ran from 1997-2004–he says he became aware of some issues with Kevin Spacey’s behavior when the actor hosted the show. “If you think everybody knew about Louis (C.K.), everybody knew about Kevin Spacey,” Schur said, speaking on a panel with Damon Lindelof at the Vulture Festival in Los Angeles on Saturday. “I remember very distinctly being like, he’s hitting on the pages and he's hitting on the young men…
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Young and the Restless: Is There Hope for Cane and Lily?

Young and the Restless fans are still holding out hope that Lilly might decide she’d like to take her husband back and be with him after all this. She wasn’t happy to work on things after he cheated on her even though he did that exact thing a few years back when she cheated on him. He stood with her, he stood by her side, and he worked hard to overcome his upset and anger. But like she pointed out, she didn’t have a baby with another man. That other man had no reason to ever be a part of

Young and the Restless: Is There Hope for Cane and Lily?
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Lena Dunham Apologizes For Murray Miller Defense Amid Assault Allegations

Lena Dunham has backed down and apologized for defending Girls writer Murray Miller, who is being investigated for sexually assaulting actress Aurora Perrineau when she was age 17. Dunham issued a long tweet on Friday supporting Miller, adding Girls executive producer Jenni Konner’s name as another ally of Miller. “We believe, having worked closely with [Miller] for more than half a decade, that this is the case with Murray Miller. While our first instinct is to listen to…
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‘Scandal’ Cast Talks Normalizing “The Other” And A Happy Ending For The Shondaland Show

As Scandal enters its seventh and final, fans of the Shondaland staple are thirsty for answers. At the Vulture Festival La, the crowd erupted as nearly the entire cast stepped out on to the stage with hopes of finding out the midseason finale cliffhanger, the show’s journey from season one and whether or not there will be a happy ending — if at all possible. Scandal took the stage at the Los Angeles debut of the Vulture Festival with a hearty helping of the show’s cast…
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The Top 20 Villain Monologues in Superhero Movies

Ever since movies began, they would’ve been absolutely nothing without their heroes. And, you can’t have heroes without villains. Many a villain has made a movie the hit that it was. From the bad guy in the Treasure of the Sierra Madre who said “Badges? We don’t need no stinking badges!” to the numerous love-to-hate-them villains in all of the super-hero movies of today; villains have been at the center of many a great film. After all, what fun would a Batman movie be without The Riddler, the Joker, the Penguin, or even Mr. Freeze? So, without further adieu, let’s

The Top 20 Villain Monologues in Superhero Movies
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TVLine Items: HBO's Gunpowder Trailer, Grace and Frankie Return Date and More

TVLine Items: HBO's Gunpowder Trailer, Grace and Frankie Return Date and More
Game of ThronesKit Harington is ready to topple the monarchy in the first trailer for the upcoming HBO miniseries Gunpowder.

The Guy Fawkes-inspired thriller, which first premiered on BBC One in October, chronicles the attempt made by Fawkes and a group of provincial English Catholics (led by Harington’s Robert Catesby) to blow up the House of Lords and kill King James I, all in an effort to help restore a Catholic to the crown. Peter Mullan (Quarry), Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) and Liv Tyler (The Leftovers) co-star.

RelatedGame of Thrones: 2019 Premiere for Final Season Seems Even More
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Amber Tamblyn to Lena Dunham: Stop Making Excuses for ‘Girls’ Writer Accused of Rape

Amber Tamblyn to Lena Dunham: Stop Making Excuses for ‘Girls’ Writer Accused of Rape
Updated (November 18): Lena Dunham released a new statement on Twitter saying she and Jenni Konner regret the timing of their prior statement “with every fiber of our being,” adding, “every woman who comes forward deserves to be heard, fully and completely, and our relationship to the accused should not be part of the calculation anyone makes when examining her case.”

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Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) November 19, 2017

Without naming “Girls” creator Lena Dunham and showrunner Jenni Konner, Amber Tamblyn criticized them for siding with series writer Murray Miller, who this week was accused of raping actress Aurora Perrineau. At The Hollywood Roosevelt on November 18, the “Paint It Black” writer-director closed out the Vulture Festival edition of “Feminist Af,” the reading series she co-founded with author Roxane Gay, by encouraging women to be “allies to one another” without exception.

“‘Wait a minute, this was my friend; wait a minute,
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