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  • ‘Saturday Night Live': Dwayne Johnson Enjoys a Standing 69

    The man-on-man action hit a fever-pitch on “Saturday Night Live” this week, with wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson thrusting his face into another man’s crotch, while the other gent buried his own mug into Johnson’s man-region. The golden moment came during a segment depicting an…

    The Wrap
  • 4 Actors Who Nailed Real-Life Roles

    Actors are known for their skill playing fictional characters, but these four actors managed to expertly play the parts of real people.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • You can play the standalone Fast & Furious Forza game for free right now

    The standalone Fast & Furious expansion for Forza Horizon 2 is available now for the low, low price of $0. Like Horizon 2, Fast & Furious is an open-world racing game. Ludacris' character from the films, Tej Parker, will task you with tracking down the rides needed for the team's next big mission…

    The Verge
  • How Crowdfunding Is Saving Our Favorite Movies and Shows

    Projects like "Super Troopers 2," "Reading Rainbow," and more are getting millions of dollars in funding thanks to hundreds of thousands of generous fans.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • We're about to get the Transformers movie universe no one asked for

    I know I called you here on short notice, but there's something you're going to hear about soon, and I thought it would be best if you heard it from me: there's going to be more Transformers movies. Yup, Transformers is going straight Marvel and trying to turn itself into a connected universe…

    The Verge
  • Roger Moore Says Idris Elba Isn't 'English-English' Enough to Play Bond

    How English is "English enough" to play 007? According to Sir Roger Moore, English born and bred actor Idris Elba isn't sufficiently "English-English" to be James Bond. In an interview with Paris Match magazine, a French news outlet, Moore -- who played Bond in seven movies between 1973 and 1985…

    ETonline
  • Film Review: ‘Domino Effect’

    Perhaps no fiction films could have so perfectly captured the pathos and absurdity that reality (along with some judicious editing) amply supply in this black comedy of a documentary set in a largely unrecognized country in the Caucuses.

    Variety
  • 8 Facts That'll Change How You View 'The Breakfast Club'

    In the same way that people are more than just a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess or a criminal, "The Breakfast Club" is more than just a movie. Released 30 years ago last month, John Hughes' classic film transcends generations and continues to reach new fans today. In fact, because of…

    Huffington Post
  • NCAA Tournament Ratings Jump From First Friday, ‘Hart Of Dixie’ Finale Even

    We may be in the thick of March Madness but it sure felt a bit like summer last night – and I'm not just talking about the weather in L.A. With the 2015 NCAA Tournament determining its Elite Eight on Friday, repeats and movies were scattered over the primetime schedule last night. However, let's…

    Deadline
  • Alibaba Signs Pact With Shanghai Film Festival

    The deal spans talent development, sponsorship and ticketing.

    Variety
  • Watch Video Tour of Gerald and Betty Ford's Newly Restored Palm Springs Home

    Entertainment execs Bill Damaschke and John McIlwee purchased the estate after the former president's estate put it on the market in 2012.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Helen Mirren Film ‘Woman In Gold’ Aims For New Respect After Critical Brickbats At Berlin Film Festival

    Director Simon Curtis’ terrific new film,  Woman In Gold opens April 1st and I will have a full video review of it on Monday. But the movie actually had its World Premiere February 9th at the Berlin Film Festival and critics came gunning for it. “A stodgy crusade for justice directed with minimal…

    Deadline
  • Apple's Rift With Comcast Complicates Potential NBCU Deal

    Analysts say that, since ABC, CBS and Fox are likely to be on board, NBCU could be required to play nice with Apple.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Shailene Woodley: 'The Future Of Food Is Insects'

    Shailene Woodley is quite the adventurous eater! In a behind the scenes video shot during her Nylon magazine cover shoot, the actress – who is currently starring in "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" – answered 16 questions, including the strangest thing she's ever eaten. She previously revealed to…

    Access Hollywood
  • FCC’s Tom Wheeler: Courts Will Uphold Net Neutrality

    FCC chairman Tom Wheeler predicted that the agency’s recently passed net neutrality rules, in which the agency reclassified the Internet as a Title II common carrier, would survive a challenge in the courts. That’s despite opposition from major Internet service providers and two lawsuits already…

    Variety
  • Bill Maher To PC Liberals: “Shut Up”

    After nicking Sen. Ted Cruz who signed up for Obamacare, and grilling Gov. Mike Huckabee on his Christian persecution complex, HBO Real Time host Bill Maher scolded liberals for their internecine. "What is the point of attacking people who are 95 percent on your side?"  he wondered. "How deeply…

    Deadline
  • Burnbook: Who's to Blame When An App Shuts Down a School?

    When a social media app is named after the "burn book" in the teen cult movie Mean Girls, better brace yourself for a whole Pandora's box of trouble. After all, in the movie (which, by the way, stars Lindsey Lohan... no one's idea of a teen role model), girls record gossip and negative comments in…

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