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  1. Trailer for 'Doctor Who' Christmas Special Brings Back the First Doctor

    The new Doctor Who, Jodie Whittaker, will be introduced in this year's Christmas special, but there's nary a glimpse of her in the new trailer.

    Instead, we see the Twelfth Doctor (Peter Capaldi) meeting The First Doctor, played by "The Strain" star David Bradley. (Aka Argus Filch from the "Harry Potter" films.)

    Of course, since the real First Doctor, William Hartnell, died in 1975 (and his initial replacement has also passed away), Bradley is the next best thing.

    The special, "Twice Upon a Time," will air on December 25 on BBC America. And it will be playing in theaters on December 27.

    The episode will be the last time we see Capaldi, who steps aside for the first-ever female Doctor.

    Here's the official synopsis:

    The magical final chapter of the Twelfth Doctor's (Peter Capaldi) journey sees the Time Lord team up with his former self, the first ever Doctor (David Bradley) and a returning Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie), for one last adventure.

    Two Doctors stranded in an Arctic snowscape, refusing to face regeneration. Enchanted glass people, stealing their victims from frozen time. And a World War One captain destined to die on the battlefield, but taken from the trenches to play his part in the Doctor's story.

    An uplifting new tale about the power of hope in humanity's darkest hours, 'Twice Upon A Time' marks the end of an era. But as the Doctor must face his past to decide his future, his journey is only just beginning.

    An earlier trailer from Fathom Events also features returning character "The Captain," played by Mark Gatiss.

    After the Christmas episode, BBC America will air "Doctor Who: Farewell to Peter Capaldi," celebrating the Scottish actor's run as the Time Lord.

    [Via The Wrap]

  2. 'I, Tonya': Allison Janney Reveals What Tonya Harding Thinks of the Biopic

    NEON and 30WEST Present the Los Angeles Premiere of 'I, Tonya' Supported By SvedkaThe biopic "I, Tonya" has the infamous Olympian Tonya Harding back in the spotlight, but it sounds like she doesn't hate it.

    Allison Janney, one of the stars of the film, recently appeared on "Ellen" and she talked about what it was like to meet the infamous figure skater whose career ended after a high-profile scandal. The two chatted at the biopic's Los Angeles premiere on Wednesday night, and according to Janney, Harding was very happy with how the film turned out.

    "She loved the movie," Janney told host Ellen DeGeneres. "There were parts she didn't like, but I think ... mostly, she was really excited about it."

    One aspect Harding might appreciate is that the movie doesn't paint her as the villain that many saw her as in 1994, when her ex-husband and bodyguard hired a man to attack her chief competitor, Nancy Kerrigan. According to Janney, the film shows that the situation was "a lot more complicated" than it appeared in the media at the time.

    "I think people come away with a lot more compassion for her," the actress said.

    Harding gave Janney her seal of approval for her portrayal of LaVona Golden, the skater's mother. Meanwhile, host Ellen DeGeneres also gave her rave reviews, telling Janney that she is sure to get nominated for an Oscar.

    Watch below.

    "I, Tonya" opens Dec. 8.

  3. Bill Nye Buys Drugs 'For Science' in 'Bill Nye Saves the World' Season 2 Trailer

    The Science Guy is doing whatever it takes to educate us.

    Ahead of the Season 2 premiere of "Bill Nye Saves the World," Netflix dropped an official trailer on Wednesday. The video previews the topics the show's host, Bill Nye, will explore in the upcoming episodes, and they range from curing tuberculosis to time travel. At one point, the scientist-slash-TV personality even buys marijuana, noting that he is doing it "for science."

    Like the first batch of episodes, Season 2 will take on scientific issues that have the potential to affect us all. The upcoming episodes will do so with more of Nye's trademark enthusiasm, showy experiments, and high-profile guests that hail from the worlds of entertainment and science. Some of those names you'll likely only recognize if you're a scientist yourself, but there are other guests you'll probably be more familiar with, including model Karlie Kloss, actor Zach Braff, and comedians Drew Carey and Ali Wong, among others.

    "Bill Nye Saves the World" Season 2 premieres Dec. 29 on Netflix.

  4. Watch Kate McKinnon Demonstrate Her Fantastic Gal Gadot Impression

    Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton impression is far from the only one the "Saturday Night Live" star can do. The comedian showed off a new impersonation on Tuesday that was just as good.

    As a guest on "The Tonight Show," McKinnon talked to host Jimmy Fallon about recent "SNL" hosts, including Gal Gadot. After joking that the "Wonder Woman" star is "not that special," McKinnon shared what an "impact" Gadot really made during her time on the show.

    "Everything she says is like a prophecy. ... Everything she said was magic," McKinnon said.

    She gave Fallon some examples of what they talked about, impersonating Gadot to show what she meant. There were some gems -- on topics as varied as the beach and personal finance -- and they were made all the better by McKinnon's spot-on impression.

    Watch below.

    "The Tonight Show" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on NBC, and "SNL" airs live on both coasts on Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET, also on NBC.

  5. Watch Sebastian Stan's Hilariously Bad 'Audition' for Young Luke Skywalker Movie

    NEON and 30WEST Present the Los Angeles Premiere of 'I, Tonya' Supported By SvedkaOof. Sebastian Stan may look like Mark Hamill, but he can't even pronounce "Toshi" right.

    Hamill and Stan have had a lot of fun with their father/son resemblance, and MTV took it to the next level by having the "Avengers: Infinity War" and "I, Tonya" star perform an "audition" for an "Untitled Young Luke Skywalker" movie.

    The audition ends well, but it has a very rough start. Seb is not exactly a big "Star Wars" fan, and that quickly becomes evident:

    An exclusive look at Sebastian Stan's audition tape for #StarWars' young Luke Skywalker. pic.twitter.com/wQXkFJn5ke

    — MTV (@MTV) December 5, 2017

    "I don't even know what Alderaan is." I'm Josh saying oh no https://t.co/sqxVOWy3q3

    — brianna. (@notevenloaded) December 5, 2017

    But he could learn what the Star Wars galaxy terms actually mean. And he's up for it.

    #SebastianStan talks @ITonyaMovie and those Luke SKywalker casting rumours in extended interview https://t.co/GQuCnNuE8D pic.twitter.com/V5O9Hwe7Hj

    — ET Canada (@ETCanada) December 5, 2017


    Right now, Seb is busy promoting "I, Tonya," which opens this Friday. After that, he'll be busy promoting "Infinity War." He's already doing some early promotion on that front, sharing his reaction to the big "Infinity War" trailer in a video chat with CinemaBlend:

    "I'm glad I made the trailer! It's wild, man. When you've got 65 actors in that movie -- it's some of the actors I've grown up with and I've always idolized. You can't help but pinch yourself all the time, and just be blown away by the fact that you're surrounded by that kind of caliber of actors. It's an epic movie by every sense of that word. That's the only word I can honestly choose how to describe it. Every scene is epic. There is no scene that doesn't have a cameo or some Oscar winner, or somebody who you've grown up with in the last 10 years of the movies that they've made."

    "I, Tonya," starring Margot Robbie as Tonya Harding and Sebastian Stan as Jeff Gillooly, skates into theaters this Friday, Dec. 8. "Infinity War," with Seb as Bucky Barnes, arrives May 4, 2018. And Mark Hamill will be back as the real Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," opening Friday, Dec. 15.

    [Via: Twitter, CinemaBlend]

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  6. 'Black Mirror' Season 4 Finally Reveals Release Date, and Mega-Trailer

    FINALLY. Happy New Year to "Black Mirror" fans.

    Netflix spent a long time teasing out the release date for "Black Mirror" Season 4, doing this whole dance with poster and trailer releases for each of the individual six episodes.

    After finishing that pattern, Netflix did what fans hoped -- it released the premiere date:

    Friday, December 29.

    Yes, "Black Mirror" will show up in 2017, as advertised, just on the very last Friday of the year.

    In addition to the release date, Netflix combined footage from all six episodes into one official 2-minute trailer:

    Over the summer, "Black Mirror" executive producers Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones were on Variety's "Remote Controlled" podcast, sharing tidbits about Season 4. Here's a vague tease from Jones:

    "I think you can say there's a range of genres within the season, and more ambitious, could I say? Slightly more ambitious in scope. We've ventured into genres we haven't been into before. So quite a few surprises, I'd say."

    Here are the episode titles and cast lists for each Season 4 episode. See the individual trailers and posters here.

    "Black Mirror" Season 4's six episodes will start streaming Friday, Dec. 29, 2017 on Netflix.

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  7. AMC Rejected Andrew Lincoln's 'Walking Dead' Scene Ideas: 'I Was Desperate to Be Naked'

    Who knew Andrew Lincoln was so eager for zombie porn?

    "The Walking Dead" Season 8 will air its big midseason finale this Sunday, Dec. 10. Last week's Episode 7 featured Rick Grimes being sexually harassed, again, by Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) with Rick ultimately seeming to win over the Scavengers to his side.

    Lincoln and McIntosh talked about the "curious fascination" and "strange frisson" between Rick and Jadis in a new behind-the-scenes video from AMC.

    Lincoln wanted to take the scene to a sexy rom-com level, with a sudden appearance from Rick's lady love, Michonne (Danai Gurira):

    "My first question when I read the episode. I said to [showrunner Scott Gimple], 'Surely Michonne comes to save Rick and sees him naked and he says, 'It's not what it looks like!' I wanted that scene!"

    Nice. Lincoln added that he was totally "in for" Rick's "naked smackdown" fight, even though he wasn't allowed to really be naked:

    "So I got to sort of wrestle in boxer shorts all day. It was a really fun fight. And I was desperate to be naked. But they wouldn't let me be naked. I did one take I said, 'Please, with just the cowboy boots. Let's do that.' And for some reason, AMC weren't particularly comfortable with that."

    Oh, AMC, you killjoys!

    Co-executive producer Denise Huth added, "Andy, bless him, he loves to get down and dirty and do all these fights and battles and make it look as cool as possible."

    Watch the scene breakdown: TWD Season 8, Episode 8, "How It's Gotta Be" is next, and it's the last new episode of 2017. Here's the synopsis from AMC:

    "Every story and battle from the first half of the season comes crashing together in this action-packed, emotional mid-season finale."

    It airs Sunday, Dec. 10 at 9 p.m. on AMC.

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  8. Here's Why John Travolta's 'Gotti' Movie Will No Longer Release Next Week

    Director Kevin Connolly and John Gotti's daughter blasted previous "fake news."

    Headlines came out yesterday claiming John Travolta's John Gotti biopic was dropped by Lionsgate just days before its scheduled December 15 release date. "Entourage" star Kevin Connolly directed "Gotti," which costars Kelly Preston, Travolta's real-life wife, as Victoria Gotti.

    It was presented as bad news, with no explanation, so Connolly, Angel Gotti, and an executive producer on the film shot back:

    WRONG!!!! https://t.co/6GVK6b60Mv

    — Kevin Connolly (@mrkevinconnolly) December 6, 2017

    NOT TRUE! https://t.co/YL0jODtOHC

    — Angel Gotti (@AngelGotti5) December 5, 2017

    I would never lie, if the movie was dumped I'd say it. I've told everyone since November 15th, that something GREAT has happened and it will be announced very soon! #GOTTI is coming to a movie theater near you very soon!

    — Angel Gotti (@AngelGotti5) December 6, 2017

    FAKE NEWS. The John Travolta film did NOT get dropped by the studio, it actually got millions of dollars more and will receive a larger release. A True Mob masterpiece about the biggest mobster of the past 50 years. Great job @mrkevinconnolly https://t.co/tUZwbFUNW4

    — Keya Morgan (@KeyaMorgan) December 6, 2017

    They soon set the record straight via Deadline:

    #truth https://t.co/Wkvd6Mamr1

    — Kevin Connolly (@mrkevinconnolly) December 6, 2017


    According to Deadline's sanctioned report, this is good news because Lionsgate Premiere wasn't going to give the film a wide release -- it was going limited and On Demand Dec. 15 -- but the Gotti producers decided they wanted to give the movie a wider release. And funding arrived to make that happen:

    "There was a buy-back clause in the distribution agreement, so the producers exercised it. It was never a matter of Lionsgate dumping the film. An outside investor has backed Gotti so that it could get a wide release in May, and Lionsgate was generous to let the film go. Gotti has been sold back to its producers, Emmett/Furla/Oasis, which produced the film alongside Highland Film Group and Fiore Films."

    So instead of opening on December 15 -- aka Star Wars Day, where it would be crushed like Alderaan -- the film will now open wider in May. (Where, let's be honest, it will probably be crushed by the Avengers.)

    Anyway, it's good news for "Gotti."

    Here's the trailer:

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  9. 'Stranger Things' Accidentally Ruins Iris & Barry's Honeymoon in 'The Flash' Deleted Scene

    Oops. Blame Winona?

    "The Flash" lovebirds Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Iris West (Candice Patton) just got married, but you can see their honeymoon get, uh, turned Upside Down in this funny deleted scene from the Tuesday, Dec. 5 Season 4 midseason finale.

    TVLine shared the exclusive clip, showing Ralph Dibny was really to blame. He just wanted to Netflix and chill with "Stranger Things," but he hit the wrong button at S.T.A.R. Labs. The resulting emergency (level "Eleven," heh heh) forced Barry and Iris to cut their Bali honeymoon short, and Iris was NOT happy.

    Fans should be happy with the hilarious little scene, though, unless they're just unhappy that it was cut from the broadcast.

    Check out the clip:Season 4, Episode 9, "Don't Run," airing at 8 p.m. on Dec. 5, is/was the last episode of 2017. Here's the official synopsis:

    "Amunet threatens to kill Caitlin if she doesn't help perform a tricky medical task; The Thinker traps The Flash in a speedster-proof prison; Iris is forced to choose whether to save Caitlin or Barry."

    "The Flash" Season 4 will return to The CW in 2018.

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  10. We Now Have a 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Plot Synopsis (Plus a New Trailer Tease)

    The plot of upcoming "Jurassic World" sequel "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" has been kept more heavily guarded than a vault of dino DNA. Now, one of the film's stars has finally revealed a few details about what audiences can expect from the hotly anticipated flick.

    In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, actress Bryce Dallas Howard, who plays former park manager Claire Dearing in the series, says that she and Chris Pratt's character, raptor trainer Owen Grady, are teaming up once again. This time, rather than save their own skins, they're trying to save all the dinosaurs who overran the park at the end of the last film from yet another extinction event after a volcano threatens to destroy the island. And, okay, yes, trying to prevent themselves from also getting killed in the process.

    Here's how Howard describes the situation to EW:

    "Claire's founded an organization, Dinosaur Protection Group, and they're finding a way to get these dinosaurs off the island," Howard says. "She reaches out to Owen Grady to let him know this is happening." Hmm. "Reaches out"? It seems Howard and Pratt's burgeoning relationship now falls under the heading of "It's complicated." "When you see them at the beginning of this story, you get caught up as to what's going on," Howard says. "But it's not what you would necessarily expect."

    So that explains why Claire and Owen would return to Isla Nublar. (Well, kind of. We wouldn't be so easily convinced to go back to a place teeming with prehistoric beasts that could kill us with one well-timed chomp or stampede, but that's just us.) And that also helps sort out why they'd seek the guidance of Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum, who's reprising his role from the first two flicks), who actually has seen firsthand how a T-rex can be transported to the mainland.

    A new trailer tease shared by producer Colin Trevorrow offers a glimpse of a subdued dino, likely on its way off the island, along with the Chris Pratt declaration, "This is gonna be awesome." We can only imagine. Check it out below (and re-watch the first trailer tease here). The full trailer will debut on Thursday.

    More teeth. pic.twitter.com/cIxukFoXVK

    — Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) December 4, 2017

    "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" hits theaters on June 22, 2018.

    [via: Entertainment Weekly, Colin Trevorrow]

  11. Retta, Christina Hendricks, and Mae Whitman Rob a Grocery Store in the 'Good Girls' Trailer

    Three of our favorite TV stars -- Retta ("Parks and Rec"), Christina Hendricks ("Mad Men"), and Mae Whitman ("Parenthood," "Arrested Development") -- are coming together for the new NBC series "Good Girls," and based on the fabulous first trailer for the intriguing dramedy, it appears poised to become our new favorite show.

    If the above starry cast alone didn't pique your interest, then this first clip should. The three titular women (Retta, Hendricks, Whitman), regular suburban moms all in various stages of financial/life distress, decide to rob a grocery store to get some much-needed cash -- and take control of their lives once and for all. But how will they handle the fallout from their first foray into crime?

    It turns out, not so well, since they're eventually caught by some scary guys with guns and tattoos who know exactly what they did. But don't count out these so-called good girls just yet.

    "We're not going to sit back and let everything be taken from us," declares Hendricks's character.

    We certainly don't want to mess with this tough-as-nails trio. And we can't wait to see how their story unfolds.

    "Good Girls" premieres on NBC on February 26.

  12. Good News: The 2018 Oscars Will Start a Little Bit Earlier

    US-OSCARS-SHOWSo if they screw up Best Picture again, it will air BEFORE midnight.

    Today, ABC and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that the 90th Oscars telecast will now begin at 8:00 p.m. EST/5:00 p.m. PST on Sunday, March 4, 2018. That's a half-hour earlier than prior telecasts. (Last year's show went on for 3.5-plus hours, so everyone who has to wake up early for work on Monday should thank the Academy for this change.)

    Also, starting at 6:30 p.m. EST, the Oscars Pre-Show will return, with the 90-minute special featuring interviews with nominees, presenters and performers.

    Jimmy Kimmel is returning to host, and he has SO MUCH MATERIAL to work with from last year's "La La Land"/"Moonlight" snafu to all of the sexual harassment craziness this year. And that's not even mentioning Trump, who will surely be mentioned anyway.

    ABC just shared a promo for the big event, mocking its own Best Picture mixup:The 2018 Oscar nominations won't be announced until January 23. However, awards season is officially starting this week. The Critics' Choice Awards: Nominations will be announced on December 6. The Golden Globe nominations will follow on December 11, with the Golden GLobes handed out Jan. 7. Check out a full awards calendar.

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  13. Chris Pratt Runs for His Life in 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Trailer Tease 

    There's a LOT of action packed into these 15 seconds.

    The first "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" trailer comes out this Thursday, Dec. 7. To promote it, Universal followed its recent very short (and very cute) first footage with this trailer tease. This time, Chris Pratt's Owen Grady isn't having a sweet bonding moment with a raptor. Instead, he's running scared, and suggesting Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire Dearing do the same.

    The humans aren't the only ones running, though, since it looks like a volcano has erupted. Because deadly dinos aren't enough?

    Watch the trailer tease:And here it is again with a note from Chris Pratt:Aaaaand here's Pratt again, with *exactly* when the full trailer will be unveiled:

    This thursday night! During the Falcons and Saints game. Thursday night football. #JurassicWorld #fallenkingdom #trailer https://t.co/hnmXAqBJi5

    — chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) December 4, 2017

    Now for the official synopsis from Universal:

    "With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful franchises in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs—along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before. Welcome to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

    Stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return alongside executive producers Steven Spielberg and Colin Trevorrow for Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Pratt and Howard are joined by co-stars James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Justice Smith, Geraldine Chaplin, Daniella Pineda, Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, while BD Wong and Jeff Goldblum reprise their roles.

    Directed by J.A. Bayona (The Impossible), the epic action-adventure is written by Jurassic World's director, Trevorrow, and its co-writer, Derek Connolly. Producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley once again partner with Spielberg and Trevorrow in leading the team of filmmakers for this stunning installment. Belén Atienza joins the team as a producer."

    "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" arrives in theaters June 22, 2018

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  14. 'SNL': Aer Lingus Had the Best Response to Saoirse Ronan's Irish Airlines Spoof

    Welcome to hell, Aer Lingus!

    "Saturday Night Live" didn't have its best week on December 2, but it had a couple of standout sketches with its wonderful host, "Lady Bird" star Saoirse Ronan (pronounced SIR-shuh).

    "SNL" couldn't resist going all-in on the actress' Irish background, including a stereotype-heavy sketch set on an Aer Lingus flight. There were naughty jokes, potato jokes, fiddle playing, and so many dogs running around. One dog ended up blocking the runway. "He's got sad eyes and the soul of Oscar Wilde. So we'll have to wait."

    Watch the sketch:A lot of fans didn't quite get the jokes, but at least Aer Lingus had a sense of humor about it.

    The airline went full Donald Trump with its Twitter response:

    Just tried watching Saturday Night Live - unwatchable! Totally biased, not funny and the Ronan impersonation just can't get any worse. Sad

    — Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) December 3, 2017

    For reference:

    I have to laugh at some people who don't seem to get the joke. 😁 pic.twitter.com/umOcrLA7bp

    — Cian Ormond (@cianormo88) December 3, 2017

    Classic!

    Here are some other sketches from Ronan's show, including the Internet's new anti-sexual harassment anthem:Host James Franco is next, with musical guest SZA, on Saturday, Dec. 9 at 11:29 p.m. on NBC.

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  15. 'Avengers: Infinity War' Trailer Breaks Record for Most Views in 24 Hours, Surprising No One

    Everyone is talking about the trailer for Marvel's upcoming epic team-up flick "Avengers: Infinity War," which dropped on Wednesday and instantly ignited plenty of fan fervor -- both positive and negative. It should come as no surprise, then, that the popular promo clip has easily broken the record for most trailer views in a 24-hour period.

    Marvel announced the achievement on Twitter, revealing that the clip had been viewed more than 230 million times since its debut. That easily bested the previous 24-hour champion, Stephen King horror flick "It," which scared up 197 million views in its first day of release earlier this year.

    Thank you to the best fans in the universe for making Marvel Studios' "@Avengers: #InfinityWar" the most viewed trailer of all time with 230 million views in 24 hours! 👏 pic.twitter.com/aLP7teroBe

    — Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) November 30, 2017

    The insanely star-studded "Infinity War" trailer features just about every hero you can think of from the MCU (well, except for Hawkeye) coming together -- many of them for the first time -- to take down Thanos (Josh Brolin), who's collecting Infinity Stones in an attempt to take over the galaxy. There's plenty of Marvel's signature wit, with a hefty dose of some darker elements, too.

    With all of the excitement that this trailer has generated, it seems safe to say that the next clip should be even more explosive. (Not to mention the likely ridiculous box office numbers the flick should pull in on its opening weekend.) Until then, check out the first clip again below.

    "Avengers: Infinity War" opens on May 4, 2018.

  16. Hawkeye Fans Salty Over 'Avengers: Infinity War' Trailer Snub

    Also, where was Ant-Man?

    The "Avengers: Infinity War" trailer came out this morning, and Marvel fans were VERY happy. But after the hype started to die down, they noticed not all of the ten million MCU characters were represented. For example, Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye/Clint Barton was MIA. And Paul Rudd's Ant-Man/Scott Lang also seemed to be missing, or at least too small to see?

    Since Renner tweeted out a trailer link and comment, fans replied to question where they stashed Hawkeye:

    .@marvel Epic! Well done ladies and gents https://t.co/f3KmplHV3C

    — Jeremy Renner (@Renner4Real) November 29, 2017

    WHERE WERE U UR MEANT TO BE FIGHTING BESIDE NATASHA

    — ev 🥀 (@ItsEvelynCee) November 29, 2017

    WHERE ARE YOU IN THIS 😭

    — Tom.x 🌻 (@Horamiji) November 29, 2017

    WHERE IS CLINT

    — MARVETE (@GIRLIBANDS) November 29, 2017

    Where are YOU though? You got that badass new hairdo on the cover of Vanity Fair... I was expecting to see some arrows flying!

    — Clare Hemsworth (@CiaraCobb) November 29, 2017

    you gonna be late to the fight with coffee or something?

    — Obi 1 Cannoli👑 (@racheldarliiing) November 29, 2017

    wow all of a sudden salty realizing Hawkeye wasn't in a single scene from that trailer despite being a founding avenger the disrespect man pic.twitter.com/KbpLG3XNYr

    — Chattanooga FBI (@Damac1214) November 29, 2017

    Wait anybody else misses hawkeye and antman? Btw #InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/6Uh11m10H1

    — it's like funny (@fannisimon1) November 29, 2017

    Okay but where is HAWKEYE 😒
    and AntMan!?#InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/WDm7K8xCUv

    — Marisa👣 | 🇬🇾 (@ReallyMarisa) November 29, 2017

    No Hawkeye in the first #InfinityWar Trailer 😭😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/9bQFU4WZYW

    — ดับเบิ้ลยูเอโอ (@wao_wow) November 29, 2017

    fury
    hawkeye
    nebula
    antman
    wasp
    valkyrie pic.twitter.com/msicvVg7S1

    — kushal (@moaningwaynes) November 29, 2017

    like look i know im a hardcore clint stan but in the context of mcu hawkeye is one of the ORIGINAL SIX AVENGERS and gets NOTHING. he's not even in the animated logo for phase 3. he's not in the f*cking avengers movie trailer. CLINT BARTON IS AN AVENGER

    — where is clint barton 🏹 (@strifesodos) November 29, 2017

    TFW they leave you out of the trailer pic.twitter.com/5gHZ05rVgS

    — Screen Rant (@screenrant) November 29, 2017

    Hawkeye and the other MIA characters should be in "Infinity War," and they are featured in Vanity Fair's new "Infinity War" spread.

    Also, Jeremy Renner recently shared this odd photo from the set of "Avengers 4," teasing even more for Clint:

    Prepped and ready on set! #avenging #hawkeye #stretchitout #marvel #infinitywars

    A post shared by Jeremy Renner (@renner4real) on


    So hopefully they get better placement in the next trailer. "Infinity War" comes out May 4, 2018.

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  17. Jennifer Lawrence Explains Why She's Often 'Incredibly Rude' to Fans

    ENTERTAINMENT-US-FILM-GOVERNORS AWARDS-ARRIVALSJennifer Lawrence is not really your BFF. She's "a huge a**hole."

    That's her take on herself, anyway, when it comes to interacting with the fans who approach her when she's at a restaurant, or hanging out in a public place.

    The topic came up during a Variety Studios Actors on Actors talk between Lawrence and Adam Sandler. Lawrence figured that, since Sandler is a comedian, he'd get more people approaching him because people just assume he's their best friend. Sandler said that's true, but Lawrence must get that too, since she's "famously light and approachable."

    Lawrence thanked him for the compliment, then explained how she's not really that approachable:

    "Once I enter a public place I become incredibly rude, I turn into a huge a**hole."

    Sandler laughed. "You get icy?" She said yes. "That's kind of like my only way of defending myself."

    She gave some examples:

    "You know what sometimes I do? I go, 'It's my day off.' Like, if it's Sunday, I'm like, 'It's Sunday, I'm not working today.'"

    "I'll see someone walking towards my table and just go ..."
    "Or like, 'Can I have a selfie?' And I'm like, 'No!' That's like my only defense. One of my best friends is Amy Schumer. She's a comedian. I take my dog to the park all the time, Central Park. As soon as I meet her in the park, we're f*cked."

    Lawrence said, one time a person passing in the park shouted that she loved Schumer's new movie, "Snatched," and Lawrence -- not even hearing what the woman said -- just automatically shouted, "Thank you so much!" She laughed that the woman must've thought she was so full of herself.

    Watch the discussion:The trade-off of being famous, and paid well for popularity, is the occasional unwelcome interaction with well-meaning fans. (There are also the stalkers, which is a more serious separate issue.)

    Fans don't own the celebrities they like, and Lawrence is not the first star to say she doesn't appreciate being interrupted while eating, or doing other regular-person stuff in public. But it's up to fans to decide if Lawrence's behavior is "incredibly rude" or not, and there's a debate in the video's comments. From here, she sounds like a brutally honest, authentic, relatable human being -- which is the main reason why she has so many fans wanting to meet her.

    [Via: HuffPost]

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  18. See Christopher Plummer as Kevin Spacey's Movie Replacement in New Trailer & Poster

    Hot damn, that Ridley Scott works fast.

    "All the Money in the World" was already done, and director Ridley Scott was just finalizing the music, when all of the allegations against Kevin Spacey came out. Spacey had completely transformed to play J. Paul Getty in the movie. But Scott told Entertainment Weekly, after thinking about it, he realized they couldn't go ahead with Spacey. "You can't tolerate any kind of behavior like that. And it will affect the film. We cannot let one person's action affect the good work of all these other people. It's that simple."

    A flurry of phone calls to agents took place, and Scott flew to New York to meet with Christopher Plummer. Plummer and the original cast members -- including Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams -- gathered to reshoot scenes, with Plummer in Spacey's role as J. Paul Getty.

    This was just a few weeks ago. All the while, Scott insisted he could make the film's December 22 release date. He's still confident -- even thrilled, it sounds from the EW interview -- that he can put it all together in time.

    A new trailer just came out today, featuring Plummer, briefly, as Getty:Compare that to the previous trailer, released in September, featuring a heavily made-up Spacey:Plummer's Getty is also shown in a new character poster, via EW:


    Plummer does seem to be a natural fit for this cold, rich patriarch role.

    For the record, Scott said he and Spacey haven't talked about all of this. He said if Spacey had called him, he still would've replaced him, but they would've had a conversation before moving on.

    "All the Money in the World" comes out December 22 in theaters.

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  19. The 'Avengers: Infinity War' Trailer Is Here, and Marvel Fans Are in Hype Heaven

    Are your Spidey senses tingling, too?

    Marvel Cinematic Universe fans have been waiting so long for the "Avengers: Infinity War" trailer, and it premiered today on "Good Morning America." The full trailer is different from the footage shown at D23, and just the start of what should be a full ride of promos until May 4.

    The trailer gives us a full bearded Captain America ("Get this man a shield!"), a blonde Black Widow, Thor meeting the Guardians, and some amazing sequences, like this one:

    Me and every other marvel stan running to the movie theatre in may like #infinitywartrailer
    pic.twitter.com/BIsLho9dni

    — j e s s (@buckysfairytail) November 29, 2017


    But there's no Hawkeye! the overall tone is pretty dark, since Thanos is here to mess up our world and cause a lot of pain.

    This trailer is almost certainly going to break some viewing records, so help it along by watching it again: Fans couldn't take it, many focusing on their particular favorite characters:

    ME AFTER THE #InfinityWarTrailer "GET THAT MAN A SHIELD." 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 THIS IS GOING TO BE THE BEST FILM OF MY LIFE IT'S GOING TO BE A BEAUTIFUL DISASTER OF A FILM SO MUCH GOOD BUT SOMETHING DEVASTATING IS BOUND TO HAPPEN 😭😭😭💔💔💔 pic.twitter.com/bnpDulF4ex

    — Fran McLean (@MuseFanFran) November 29, 2017

    Theme song avengers #InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/QKIc8hTQQ8

    — ácido emo (@jedilock) November 29, 2017

    I LOVE JAMES BUCHANAN BARNES AND THAT'S ALL#InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/UjMWOJfMPE

    — mille IW TRAILER TODAY (@lokivy) November 29, 2017

    HE IS C R Y I N G
    HE IS S C A R E D
    DON'T TOUCH ME #InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/NJgYxvb6xj

    — HELLATUS IS FUCKING DEAD (@SHERRlNFORD) November 29, 2017

    PROTECT HIM AT ALL COST #InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/4RF785qCQG

    — Gih® (@banesbdysay) November 29, 2017

    MOOD. #InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/thNvrgLdLL

    — Hiddleston. (@ohmxrvel) November 29, 2017

    In closing: please whisk me away, broken, bearded Captain America. #InfinityWarTrailer

    — Emily Not People's Sexiest Man Alive...Yet Andras (@emtothea) November 29, 2017

    This has added another 19392 years to my existence #infinitywartrailerpic.twitter.com/jVyfhTtQAR

    — SteveBucky (@pxrrielegend) November 29, 2017

    WONG
    DOCTOR STRANGE
    HULK
    IRON MAN
    I LOVE THIS SQUAD #InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/cPaiTSR5PF

    — déia INFINITY WAR TODAY!!!!!!!!!!! (@partygirlu2) November 29, 2017

    DC producers looking at all the hype Marvel is getting #InfinityWarTrailer pic.twitter.com/AAV7X8Bf8s

    — tori (@screwuharry) November 29, 2017

    "Avengers: Infinity War" -- starring Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chadwick Boseman, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Josh Brolin, Sebastian Stan, Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Holland, and everyone else in the MCU -- opens May 4, 2018.

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  20. Watch the Insanely Star-Studded Trailer for 'Drunk History' Season 5

    Season five of Comedy Central's hilarious, booze-soaked show "Drunk History" is almost here, and to celebrate, the cable network has finally dropped the first trailer for the star-studded batch of new episodes.

    As has become tradition for the series -- which features famous folks getting sloshed and recounting historical tales, which are then acted out word for slurred, drunken word by other celebs -- season five features an insanely stacked cast. The season premiere alone features some especially bold names, as revealed in this synopsis:

    During the premiere episode Tiffany Haddish narrates museum curator Rose Valland's (Busy Philipps) risky quest to save Europe's masterpieces from the Nazis; Paget Brewster slurs her way through the story of Deborah Sampson (Evan Rachel Wood), the first woman to take a bullet for America during the Revolutionary War; and Amber Ruffin recalls the bravery of "The Angel of the Battlefield," Clara Barton (Mandy Moore), who founded the American Red Cross with the help of surgeon James Dunn (Alexander Skarsgård) and Abraham Lincoln (Jack McBrayer).

    And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Here's a rundown of the other guest stars who will be playing historical folks:

    Vanessa Bayer, Jillian Bell, Jack Black, Josh Charles, Rob Corddry, Kat Dennings, Kirsten Dunst, Eric Edelstein, Donald Faison, Kevin Farley, Rich Fulcher, Kimiko Glenn, Tony Hale, Colin Hanks, David Harbour, Brian Tyree Henry, John Michael Higgins, Vanessa Hudgens, O'Shea Jackson Jr., David Koechner, Johnny Knoxville, Jane Krakowski, Abbi Jacobson, Daryl Johnson, Alex Karpovsky, Taran Killam, Justin Long, Method Man, Jason Mantzoukas, Tatiana Maslany, Jayma Mays, Joel McHale, Sheaun McKinney, Jerry O'Connell, Keir O'Donnell, Bob Odenkirk, Randall Park, Jesse Plemons, Lauren Potter, Richard Riehle, Jason Ritter, Seth Rogen, Angus Sampson, Paul Scheer, Martin Starr, Ali Stroker, Raven Symoné, Jorma Taccone, Amber Tamblyn, Allison Tolman, Shannon Woodward, Jimmy O. Yang, and Weird Al Yankovic.

    And here's who will be doing the narrating -- a.k.a., actually getting drunk -- this season:

    Suzi Barrett, Steve Berg, Rachel Bloom, Shaun Diston, Rich Fulcher, Jon Gabrus, Mark Gagliardi, Solomon Georgio, Georgia Hardstark, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Daryl Johnson, Doug Jones, Lyric Lewis, Gabe Liedman, John Lutz, Tess Lynch, Allan McLeod, Kyle Mooney, Katie Nolan, Claudia O'Doherty, Randall Park, Jennie Pierson, Questlove, Alison Rich, Chris Romano, JD Ryznar, Carl Tart, Greg Tuculescu, Duncan Trussell, Brendon Walsh, Crissle West, Mae Whitman, and Jimmy O. Yang.

    Like we said before: It's a pretty stacked ensemble. We can't wait to see everyone in action (and maybe enjoy a cocktail or two ourselves as we watch along).

    Season five of "Drunk History" premieres on Comedy Central on January 23, 2018, and will air seven episodes before taking a brief hiatus. The remaining six episodes of the season will debut sometime later in 2018.

  21. 'Pitch Perfect 3' Clip: Watch a Riff-off Get Aca-Awkward

    With "Pitch Perfect 3" comes more of the Bellas and their hilarious musical misadventures.

    Universal Pictures released a new clip Sunday, giving fans some delightful aca-awkwardness to kick off the week. The footage shows the Bellas embarking on a USO tour and meeting their fellow musicians. Not surprisingly, the group ends up getting into one of their usual impromptu riff-offs. However, things take a weird turn when Patricia, aka "Fat Amy" (Rebel Wilson), gets too into it. The mishap makes for an entertaining first impression, and better still, it leads into more snippets from the film, including nights out, an explosion, and other mayhem.

    In addition to Wilson, we get to see several of her fellow returning co-stars, including Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, and Hailee Steinfeld, among others. Their characters will have to adjust to life post-college in the series' final film, and it looks like a swan song to be both excited and sad about.

    Watch the clip below.

    "Pitch Perfect 3" hits theaters Dec. 22.

  22. Did 'The Walking Dead' Just Clear Up That Plane Question From Season 7?

    This time, it definitely wasn't a bird.

    Back in February, "The Walking Dead" Season 7 introduced Rick Grimes, and viewers, to creepy Jadis and her creepy Scavenger friends. During one scene, way in the background, fans spotted a flying object. Most thought it was a plane. A few thought maybe it was just a bird. There was debate on whether it was intentional or an editing gaffe.

    Fast-forward to November and Season 8's Episode 5, "The Big Scary U." Late in the episode, Rick heard a noise and looked up, seeing a helicopter fly overhead:The heck was that about? Rick has gone to CrazyTown in the past, so we can't rule out another Rick hallucination.

    However, it's possible that helicopter is connected to the glimpse last season, teasing a storyline to come. On that note, it's also possible, as some comic book fans have speculated, that the helicopter is an early Easter egg nod to an upcoming volume of the "Walking Dead" comic, called "New World Order."

    Maybe? We'll find out.

    "The Walking Dead" Season 8 airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on AMC.

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  23. The First Footage From 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Is Actually Adorable

    Hold on to your butts, 'cause this is pretty darn cute.

    "Jurassic Park" fans learned early that velociraptors aren't exactly adorable in action, but if you have the right touch -- like Owen Grady -- you can have some sweet moments. The sequel to "Jurassic World," called "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom," comes out in June, directed by J.A. Bayona. The director of the previous film, Colin Trevorrow, tweeted a mini teaser, just showing Chris Pratt with one of his buddies:

    From our Jurassic family to yours. @FilmBayona @PrattPrattPratt @BryceDHoward @LeDoctor #FALLENKINGDOM pic.twitter.com/KiR3et9Vx1

    — Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) November 22, 2017

    Awwwww. Baby raptor just wants a widdle chin rub.

    Is that a look back at baby Blue? Or is it Blue Jr.? Fans are now speculating.

    Back in September 2016, Trevorrow -- who co-wrote this sequel -- told Jurassic Outpost that the "Jurassic World" sequel "will be more suspenseful and scary. It's just the way it's designed; it's the way the story plays out. I knew I wanted Bayona to direct it long before anyone ever heard that was a possibility, so the whole thing was just built around his skill set."

    Bayona shared the first image from the film back in March:

    So excited to show you this!! A first look of the new Jurassic adventure. #JW2 pic.twitter.com/U7eJRANXgg

    — JA Bayona (@FilmBayona) March 8, 2017

    Trevorrow previously teased that "Jurassic World 2" was "built upon the concepts and stories that [Michael] Crichton created with the novels," including the real-world theme "a mistake made a long time ago just can't be undone. You can't put it back into the box."

    "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" -- costarring Bryce Dallas Howard, BD Wong, James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Justice Jesse Smith, Geraldine Chaplin, and Daniella Pineda -- is scheduled for release in theaters on June 22, 2018. We're on standby for the first official trailer, which is expected to be attached to "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."

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  24. Tyra Banks Is Back in 'America's Next Top Model' Cycle 24 Teaser

    NBC's 'America's Got Talent' Season 12 Finale Week - ArrivalsLast season of "America's Next Top Model" was the first without creator and host Tyra Banks at the helm, and while the show was still entertaining, it just didn't have quite the same magic as earlier cycles. Thank the fashion gods, then, that Banks had a change of heart, and decided to resume hosting duties for the upcoming 24th installment. Now, the first teaser for the new batch of episodes puts Tyra back in the spotlight where she belongs.

    The short clip features the supermodel strutting her stuff, working her angles, and smizing up a storm. The tagline declares, "The boss is back."

    Missed her? @TyraBanks is BACK. #ANTM pic.twitter.com/qfCvkdnaWq

    — ANTM (@ANTMVH1) November 20, 2017

    "Did you miss me?" Tyra asks in the clip. Um, yes. Yes we did.

    We're curious if last season's "Business, Brand, Boss" theme -- hammered hard in every episode by fill-in host Rita Ora -- will continue, though the promo's use of the word "boss" suggests that it will play at least a small part. Or maybe the show is just trolling Rita.

    According to Entertainment Weekly, judges Ashley Graham, Law Roach, and Drew Elliot -- who made their "ANTM" debut when the show moved to VH1 last season -- are all returning for cycle 24. The new season will mark the first time that models of all ages will be invited to compete.

    No premiere date has been set yet, though "ANTM" is slated to return at the beginning of 2018. We can't wait.

  25. Michael J. Fox Trolls Jon Stewart During HBO's 'Night of Too Many Stars'

    89th Annual Academy Awards - ArrivalsTrolls are everywhere, even in the audience of HBO's "Night of Too Many Stars."

    Jon Stewart hosted the autism benefit on Sunday, and there was plenty of predictable (but still entertaining) ribbing from his guests, including former "Daily Show" correspondents John Oliver, Stephen Colbert, and Samantha Bee. What was unexpected, though, was when Michael J. Fox jumped in to troll the host.

    Colbert had gotten on stage and started reading mean tweets to Stewart when he read a particular gem.

    "Oh, here we go. @RealMikeFox says, 'I'm bored," Colbert said.

    "That's not a real... What the f--k?" Stewart said, suddenly realizing who @RealMikeFox is.

    The camera then cut to the audience, where Fox sat with his phone in hand, looking entirely unapologetic. It was a great moment -- one the audience loved -- and was almost surely staged. Although the audience was shown a realistic-looking tweet, Fox's Twitter account doesn't show any evidence of the offending post. It seems the actor's trolling was solely for comedic purposes, which are really the best ones.

    Watch the hilarious video below. Warning: It's NSFW.

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