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Film Feature: HollywoodChicago.com Remembers Rutger Hauer

Chicago – Cult character actor Rutger Hauer passed away late last month, but the mark he made with his array of performances carried through two generation of admirers, even receiving the honor of Best Dutch Actor of the (20th) Century in 1999. He died on July 19th, 2019, in his native Netherlands. He was 75.

He was born in Breukelen, the Netherlands, to actor parents. After a couple stints in the military, he graduated from the Academy for Theater and Dance in Amsterdam in 1967, and made his TV debut two years later when director Paul Verhoeven cast him in the Dutch medieval action drama “Floris.” His film debut came in 1973 with “Turkish Delight,” and he performed mostly in Dutch films during the 1970s, including work with Verhoeven again on “Solider of Orange” (1977) and “Spetters” (1980).

Although Hauer made one international English language film previously, his American debut came in 1981 with “Nighthawks.” His was unforgettable one
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Bon Jovi Among 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2018 Inductees

Bon Jovi Among 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2018 Inductees
They've seen a million faces, and they've rocked them all...and now it's official: Bon Jovi will finally be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The famed rock band, who rose to fame in the '80s and is led by Jon Bon Jovi, joins Dire Straits, the Moody Blues, the Cars and the late Nina Simone in the class of 2018. In addition, the late Sister Rosetta Tharpe will be honored with an Early Influence award.  The news was announced on Wednesday. "Hey everybody, just wanted to say hi, wish you all a happy holiday and, oh yeah, by the way, thank you," Jon said in a video message posted on Instagram, as Bon Jovi's 1986 hit "Wanted Dead or Alive" is played...
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The Voice Recap: After the Last of the Knockouts, the Winner's Likely to Be...

Tuesday’s episode of The Voice left Season 13’s Knockouts in the rearview mirror and me feeling reflective — mainly about how easy it was to pick the standouts from this eh-ok crop of contestants. My once-high expectations for Anthony Alexander have been lowered. After Monday’s “Behind These Hazel Eyes,” I still think of Moriah Formica as rock but not rock-solid. Ashland Craft’s “Wanted Dead or Alive” should have left her singing “Take Me Home, Country Roads.” And as far as I can tell, Jon Mero simply cannot cut the cheese out of his performances. That leaves, Imho, five real contenders: Chris Weaver,
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The Voice Knockouts Recap: Did an American Idol Have the X Factor?

The Voice Knockouts Recap: Did an American Idol Have the X Factor?
Had Monday’s start of The Voice’s Season 13 Knockouts been Kelly Clarkson’s Blind Audition to be a coach on the show, would you have turned your chair for her? The Grammy-winning American Idol champ certainly appeared to be into it. And her advice seemed on point. (For instance, she suggested that Shi’Ann Jones maybe shouldn’t spend an entire song doing runs, encouraged Janice Freeman not to just copy Mary J. Blige, and brought a hell of a howl out of Dennis Drummond.) But I dunno — she didn’t feel like an obvious slam-dunk the way that
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Miley Cyrus Interrupts ‘The Voice’ Singer’s Knockout-Round Performance (Exclusive Video)

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Miley Cyrus Interrupts ‘The Voice’ Singer’s Knockout-Round Performance (Exclusive Video)
Miley Cyrus can’t believe what she’s hearing during next week’s Knockouts on “The Voice.” The NBC singing series wrapped up the Battle Rounds this week, and the competition isn’t getting easier, as seen in an exclusive sneak peek at Team Miley’s performances from Monday’s upcoming episode. During the episode, key adviser Kelly Clarkson helps the singers prepare to take the stage. For Team Miley, that means guiding Ashland Craft for her take on “Wanted Dead or Alive,” along with giving pointers to Chloe Kohanski about “Landslide.” Also Read: 'The Voice' Season 12 Winner
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Richie Sambora Won’t Rule Out a Reunion with Bon Jovi for Rock Hall Induction Show

Richie Sambora Won’t Rule Out a Reunion with Bon Jovi for Rock Hall Induction Show
Richie Sambora definitely isn’t ruling out a reunion with Bon Jovi — if the New Jersey rockers finally win a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

After the band earned their first nomination for the honor since 2011, the 58-year-old guitarist told Billboard that he would “of course” play with former songwriting partner Jon Bon Jovi and the rest of the band at the induction ceremony in April.

“There’s not a lot of malice there, you know,” Sambora said. “I mean, there’s just — it was just time for me to leave at that point. So yeah,
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Guy Explains How Every Single Nickelback Song is Written

Have you ever noticed how some bands seem to play the same song over and over again? There might be a few chord changes and the lyrics are certainly altered but when you listen to it you’re thinking to yourself “haven’t these guys done this exact same song before?” For example, remember when Bon Jovi did “Blaze of Glory?” I couldn’t figure out if that or “Wanted Dead or Alive” was the same song or one was the extension of the other. It happens all the time in music. Sometimes you take a hit, tweak it a little and just

Guy Explains How Every Single Nickelback Song is Written
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‘The Comedy Jam’ Teaser: Mark Duplass Performs ‘Can’t Fight This Feeling’ in New Comedy Central Series — Watch

‘The Comedy Jam’ Teaser: Mark Duplass Performs ‘Can’t Fight This Feeling’ in New Comedy Central Series — Watch
In the next episode of Comedy Central’s “The Comedy Jam,” Mark Duplass teams up with Reo Speedwagon’s lead vocalist Kevin Cronin to perform the band’s 1984 hit “Can’t Fight This Feeling.” The new comedy and music series, created by Josh Adam Meyers and directed by Joel Gallen, premiered March 22.

The eight-episode weekly series is based on the special that aired back in August 2016 and the live shows in Los Angeles. Each episode features a different set of stand-up comedians performing in front of a live audience. They share a personal experience, which they relate to a hit song. After telling their story, the comedians sing the song backed by The Comedy Jam Band.

Read More: ‘Take Me’ Trailer: Taylor Schilling Gets Kidnapped in Netflix-Bound Duplass Brothers Production — Watch

“We have been working under the false impression that what comedians want most is to have television and digital
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Horror Highlights: Pool Party Massacre, Armed Response, Bethany Q&A, Jenna Coleman to Attend Wizard World Minneapolis

Take a look at the totally killer party in the first trailer for Drew Marvick's Pool Party Massacre. Also in today's Highlights: production details for WWE Studios' and Saban Films' Armed Response, a cool Q&A with Stefanie Estes from Bethany, and details on Jenna Coleman's upcoming attendance at Wizard World Minneapolis 2017.

Check Out the Trailer for Pool Party Massacre: Press Release: "Los Angeles, CA - Floating Eye Films has released the first trailer and stills for the old school splatterfest Pool Party Massacre. The debut feature from horror fanatic Drew Marvick, Pool Party Massacre is an ultra low-budget 80's-inspired slasher that cuts to the flesh and bone of a group of young friends. With a pounding synth score and a heavy metal soundtrack, Marvick has crafted a loving homage to the body count of 80s B-movies.

Blair Winthorpe, a high-maintenance young socialite, is having
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Snoop Dogg Pays Emotional Tribute to Tupac at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: ‘You Will Always Be the Best’

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Snoop Dogg Pays Emotional Tribute to Tupac at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: ‘You Will Always Be the Best’
More than two decades after the death of Tupac Shakur at the age of 25, his friend Snoop Dogg is still remembering the impact he made not only on the world of music, but on himself as both an artist and human.

On Friday, the rapper and actor inducted his late friend and collaborator into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, and he delivered a heartfelt speech about what Shakur represented in the industry.

“When I sat down to gather my thoughts about my late and great, my homie and my brother
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5 Highlights from Bon Jovi’s Private SiriusXM Concert This Weekend in Miami

5 Highlights from Bon Jovi’s Private SiriusXM Concert This Weekend in Miami
Let it be known — Jon Bon Jovi, aged 54, can still rock like nobody’s business. The singer and his band put on a pitch-perfect performance Saturday night for an exclusive group of lucky fans in Miami Beach. The hour and a half concert, held at the hot new Faena Hotel, was simultaneously streamed on SirusXM’s Bon Jovi Radio.

Bon Jovi mixed up classic hits like “Living on a Prayer” with numerous titles from their new album This House is Not for Sale, which they’ve been debuting at small appearances this fall ahead of their February world tour. If
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Best 'Pretty Little Liars' Quotes from 'Wanted: Dead or Alive'

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Best 'Pretty Little Liars' Quotes from 'Wanted: Dead or Alive'
Pretty Little Liars returned and confrontations ensued among everyone. After Ezra's big proposal to Aria, she was left wondering how she can promise him her life without telling him the whole truth. Meanwhile, Ali found out the truth about why she was kidnapped by Ad in the first place, Spencer and Caleb finally talk through their relationship and the truth about Hanna's engagement comes out to the Liars. Find out all the best things that the Liars had to say in "Wanted: Dead or Alive".
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Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 6 Review: Wanted: Dead or Alive

Will the murders ever stop in Rosewood?

We were promised a murder on Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 6, and it really delivered. 

Sara Harvey is dead. How freaking ironic is it that her body was found in a tub with the shower on? It's almost like the person who killed her knew she liked showers. 

I've been hard on Sara. She was one of the sketchiest people in Rosewood, but she really redeemed herself in her final hours. She genuinely cared about Emily. 

Why else would she follow her and tell her to look out for herself? It's just a shame the character was written off the show as soon as she started to become somewhat likeable. 

There's a good chance Emily won't take the death very well. As much as she despised her, there was a time in which they were romantically linked before it was revealed she was in cahoots with Charlotte.
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'Pretty Little Liars' Recap: Did the Liars Really Kill Rollins?

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'Pretty Little Liars' Recap: Did the Liars Really Kill Rollins?
In this episode of Pretty Little Liars, "Wanted: Dead or Alive," we learn some surprising truths about Charlotte, watch as the girls deal with heartbreak and then do some light grave-digging, and say goodbye to a character who loved showers more than anyone else.

Sara Harvey: she liked leather jackets, had a drawer full of mannequin hands and loved to take long showers. She died as she lived: in the shower. Rip Sara. I hope you're lathering up in that great big shower in the sky.
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'Pretty Little Liars' Episode 7.6 Photos: Will Hanna Tell the Cops the Truth?

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'Pretty Little Liars' Episode 7.6 Photos: Will Hanna Tell the Cops the Truth?
In "Wanted: Dead or Alive," the Rosewood Pd begins to unravel Dr. Rollins' case and the Liars' cover-up, which leads them to wonder whether he's actually alive or dead. Hanna struggles with paranoia and guilt, and considers coming forward to the police about what she did. Aria and Ezra deal with the awkward current state of their relationship and Jenna reveals a part of her plot, plus who she's conspiring with. Meanwhile, Ali finds out the truth about how the Liars gave her up to A.D. to get Hanna back, which doesn't go over well. Also, someone is murdered when they decide to play with the wrong team. Check out the official photos from the all-new episode, airing Tuesday, August 2 at 8pm on Freeform.
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American Idol Recap: Four Score — But One Will Have to Go Home Anyhow

“I know what it is as an artist to have an idea in your head.”

Oh, J.Lo, sometimes you make it too easy!

You could say I’m being unfair by taking the American Idol judge/”Booty” singer’s quote out of context — she did try to make a point of some kind after saying those exact words to contestant Dalton Rapattoni — but if she can’t be bothered to remember the name of this week’s mentor (rock legend Stevie Van Zandt, mmmkay?), doesn’t she deserve a couple zingers thrown in her general direction? #DontBeFooledByTheRocksThatShesGotInHerHead (Badum-bum… I’ll be here all night,
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American Idol: Get the Full Set List for Sia Songbook/American Rock Night!

American Idol: Get the Full Set List for Sia Songbook/American Rock Night!
For those about to rock the American Idol stage, we’ve… got spoilers!

That’s right, TVLine has obtained the full set list for the Season 15 Top 5 performance show (tonight, 8/7c on Fox) — and for the first time in weeks, there are some unexpected zigs in the contestants’ “Idol journeys” (Tm Ryan Seacrest).

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Can we give an enthusiastic round of applause to guest mentors Stevie Van Zandt and Sia for these developments? I think it’s only fair!

Without further ado, here’s the
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Conversations With Gary A. Sherman Part Three: Vice Squad and Wanted: Dead Or Alive

Part three of our series of interviews with horror and cult filmmaker Gary A. Sherman. Two weeks ago Shock ran part one of our ongoing series of conversations with filmmaker Gary A. Sherman, beginning with an in-depth interview about the making of his mesmerizing 1973 horror classic Death Line (aka Raw Meat). Then, in part…

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Where Did “Rock of Ages” Go Wrong? Let Me Count the Ways – Geek Girl Navigating the World

It’s official. Rock of Ages was a huge bomb this summer. New Line Cinema is still probably reeling from the shock and I’m pretty sure that there are quite a few people out in Hollywood who are trying to figure out where, exactly, it all went wrong.

I was actually one of the few people who did go and see the movie. For me, it was mostly curiosity. “Rock of Ages” features music that I grew up hearing, most of it on cassette tapes that various family members had purchased. I’ve seen documentaries about the Parents Music Resource Center and the resulting dustup at Congressional hearings that had an odd side-effect of making John Denver seem like a supremely cool guy. For those that may be utterly clueless to what I’m referencing there, Mr. Denver got up and spoke out about the rights of the artist
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Rock of Ages Ost Soundtrack Review

Adam Shankman’s film adaptation of the stage show Rock of Ages hits UK cinema screens in less than a week, and if you like what you hear as much as what you see, then picking up this rollicking soundtrack isn’t such a bad idea.

While rooted firmly in what is now referred to as the Glee generation’s favouritism towards slickly produced karaoke-style takes on classic 80s rock riffs, Rock of Ages as a theatre show, as a film, and as a work of music, is very much a celebration of that style rather than a parody of it, even if it completely surrenders how campy these tunes have always been.

The danger with casting untrained singers in title roles is obvious, but much more so than the likes of Mamma Mia, the cast here seems up for the task, with Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Malin
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