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  1. 'The Vampire Diaries' Finale Photos: Elena Looks Gorgeous, Brothers Seem Tense

    'The Vampire Diaries' Hot Topic TourThe End is almost here for "The Vampire Diaries," and each day brings new photos and promos to help you prepare.

    First of all, why is Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) back for the series finale? She's confused herself, as fans saw in a brief promo teasing her reunion with Stefan Salvatore (Paul Wesley):

    Entertainment Weekly also shared several photos from the final episode, showing Elena awake -- perfect hair, perfect wardrobe, natch -- along with shots of the rest of the gang: Stefan and brother Damon (Ian Somerhalder) look to be having a serious tête-à-tête; and Bonnie (Kat Graham) and Caroline (Candice King) look like they're up to something. We also see a behind-the-scenes shot with director/writer/executive producer Julie Plec and Matt Davis (Alaric):

    The Vampire Diaries Episode: I Was Feeling EpicSeason TK, Episode TKAir Date: Pictured: Nina Dobrev

    The Vampire Diaries Episode: I Was Feeling EpicSeason TK, Episode TKAir Date: Pictured (L-R): Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder

    The Vampire Diaries Episode: I Was Feeling EpicSeason TK, Episode TKAir Date: Pictured (L-R): Kat Graham, Candice King

    The Vampire Diaries Episode: I Was Feeling EpicSeason TK, Episode TKAir Date: Pictured (L-R): Julie Plec, Matt Davis BTS

    At the end of Season 6, Elena was left in a magical coma, with her life tied to Bonnie's, so Elena couldn't wake up until Bonnie died ... or so we thought. Did something bad happen to Bonnie, or did something good happen to the spell? Maybe she was having such a good hair day, the spell just broke on its own.

    "The Vampire Diaries" wrapped filming on February 8, and it was a nostalgia-fest. The final episode, Season 7, Episode 16, "I Was Feeling Epic," airs Friday, March 10 on The CW.

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  2. Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler Run an Underground Casino in 'The House' Trailer

    the house, trailer, will ferrell, amy poehler, jason mantzoukasWhat are parents to do when their daughter gets into a prestigious university, but they can't afford to pay the tuition bill? Take out a student loan? Nah. They should open an underground casino instead.

    That's the premise of "The House," starring Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler as Scott and Kate Johansen, who lose their daughter Alex's (Ryan Simpkins) college fund. Desperate for a solution, the duo is approached by their neighbor, Frank (Jason Mantzoukas), who has the idea to open up an illegal casino in his house, promising they can earn four years' worth of tuition in a month.

    Of course, Scott and Kate get in way over their heads with the scheme, suddenly finding themselves running a fight night and strip club in addition to the casino (and accidentally chopping off part of a cheating patron's hand). But it's not all unwelcome chaos, either: Kate gets to wield a flame-thrower (Poehler has never looked more badass -- or more delighted), and Scott clearly has a ball donning expensive Italian sunglasses indoors.

    Can they keep up the business long enough to make enough cash for Alex's college fund? Or will they get busted long before then? It seems that the latter is the likelier option, but it looks like it will be a hilarious ride either way.

    "The House" hits theaters on June 30.

  3. Watch Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel Settle a 'Maury'-Style Paternity Dispute in Hilarious Video

    Matt Damon recently stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to promote his upcoming film, "The Great Wall," and he did it in an unexpected way: claiming he is the father of the late-night show host's unborn child.

    Damon and Kimmel took the joke to absurd extremes, putting together a hilarious video that involves a confrontation at the doctor's office, an appearance on the talk show "Maury," and even Kimmel's pregnant wife, Molly. There was also plenty of entertaining trash talk along the way. Damon taunted Kimmel for being an "Emmy loser" and claimed he's lacking, er, important baby-making equipment.

    The video tells us nothing about Damon's work on "The Great Wall," but it does serve as a great reminder of just how darn likable the actor is. He and Kimmel play off each other well, and Molly is a good sport for taking part in their antics.

    "The Great Wall" hits theaters Feb. 17, and "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

  4. This 'Team Thor: Part 2' Clip Proves Thor & Darryl Deserve Own Marvel Spinoff

    Celebrate Valentine's Day with one of Marvel's most lovable couples: Thor and Darryl.

    Everything Marvel touches turns to gold, including Thor's absurd buddy comedy digital shorts, inserted into the bonus features of other people's movies. You must recall the first "Team Thor" video Marvel released last summer for the bonus features of "Captain America: Civil War," revealing why Chris Hemsworth's alter ego was not in "Civil War." That video introduced Thor's new Australian roommate Darryl, and "Team Thor: Part 2" continues the story, just in time for the Tuesday, Feb. 14 digital release of "Doctor Strange."

    The clip is just over a minute long, simply adding another hilarious scene between the odd couple.

    Thor to Darryl: "The brain is a muscle. [points to right biceps] And that's a muscle. [points to left biceps] And that's a muscle. [points to chest and abs] And they are all muscles. This is all muscle. So I am covered in brains. And I have more brains than you."

    They really are a lovely pair. (Jane, who?) Here's the synopsis Marvel shared with the video:

    "Rogers & Barnes. Stark & Rhodes. Thor & Darryl. See all of Team Thor: Part 2 when you bring home Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange on Digital HD TODAY."

    If you've seen "Doctor Strange," you know Thor had a scene with Benedict Cumberbatch's doc at the very end, teasing more to come from both in "Thor: Ragnarok." Here are more details on the "Doctor Strange" digital and upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release. "Thor: Ragnarok" is coming out in theaters November 3.

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  5. Watch Peyton Manning Intimidate Jay on 'Modern Family'

    peyton manning, modern family, coach garyIt's easy to be jealous of NFL great Peyton Manning, and as audiences will see in a new episode of "Modern Family," that's especially true when he's showing you up both on the football field and in your own home.

    The retired quarterback is set to pop up on this week's episode of ABC comedy "Modern Family," and for the first time ever, the athlete and sometime actor will be playing someone other than himself. Manning's character this time around is Coach Gary, described by Entertainment Weekly as "a sports tutor whom Gloria (Sofia Vergara) hires to school baby Joe (Jeremy Maguire) in the art of throwing a ball."

    Here's some additional scoop on the character, per EW:

    Turns out, he's also handy around the house, fixing drawers and cleaning out gutters, which makes Jay (Ed O'Neill) feel emasculated. Especially when Gary talks about the size of [his] hands.

    Based on the short clip from the episode, it appears Manning fits right in with the rest of the "Modern Family" cast. Maybe he should make playing characters other than Peyton Manning a regular occurrence.

    Manning's episode of "Modern Family" airs this Wednesday on ABC at 9 p.m. EST.

    [via: Entertainment Weekly]

  6. New 'Beauty and the Beast' Clip Features Luke Evans and Josh Gad Singing 'Gaston'

    Gaston (Luke Evans) a handsome but arrogant brute, holds court in the village tavern in Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, directed by Bill Condon, a live-action adaptation of the studio's animated classic and a celebration of one of the most beloved stories ever told.A new clip from Disney's upcoming remake of animated classic "Beauty and the Beast" offers audiences their first sneak peek of stars Luke Evans and Josh Gad belting one of the flick's iconic tunes, and based on the short snippet, it sounds like fans are in for a rollicking good time when the film hits theaters.

    The clip, which debuted on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, features Evans -- who plays the preening villain Gaston -- and Josh Gad -- who plays Gaston's goofy toady, Le Fou -- singing the eponymous tavern ode to manly man Gaston, surrounded by fawning, beer chugging onlookers. It's just a small section of the tune, though based on Gad's impassioned delivery and Evans's casually boastful performance, it looks to be every bit as fun as the animated original.

    WATCH: New clip from #BeautyAndTheBeast featuring @TheRealLukevans, @joshgad singing 'Gaston.' - @beourguest

    — Good Morning America (@GMA) February 14, 2017

    The Ultimate #TeamGaston 💪🏻🍺@beourguest #BeautyAndTheBeast #proudfrench #LaBelleetlaBête #Disney #Gaston #joshgad #lukeevans #stanley ❤🎬🎥🥀

    — Alexis Loizon (@AlexisLoizon) February 14, 2017

    In a set visit interview with Entertainment Weekly conducted back in 2015, Evans revealed that the new version of "Gaston" will include some lines that were not in the 1991 flick, but which were written at the time by that film's lyricist, the late Howard Ashman. Though they didn't make the cut back then, Evans said some of them have been incorporated into the new version, making this latest take on "Gaston" "really, really special," the actor told EW.

    Audiences have just a little over a month before they can hear the full song for themselves. "Beauty and the Beast" opens on March 17.

    [via: Good Morning America, Entertainment Weekly]

  7. Sing Along With the Trailer for 'Carpool Karaoke: The Series'

    carpool kararoke, carpool karaoke: the series, apple music

    Apple Music's upcoming Carpool Karaoke spinoff series has dropped its first full trailer, and if it's possible, the show looks like it may be even more fun than its late night inspiration.

    The series features 16 celeb pairings, some likely (Alicia Keys and John Legend), some unlikely (Billy Eichner and Metallica), all pretty perfect for the purposes of the show. The basic format remains largely unchanged from the viral hit "Late Late Show" segment -- celebs drive around L.A. singing along to hit songs -- though there's an added dimension of fan interaction, with stars also heading into places like grocery stores and bars to encourage others to join them in their musical adventures. The definition of "car" is pretty loose, too, with one singalong taking place in a helicopter.

    In one major tweak, "Late Late Show" host James Corden is largely absent from the proceedings (aside from an appearance in an episode with Will Smith), similar to how Spike's "Lip Sync Battle," a spinoff from the wildly popular "Tonight Show" segment, is Jimmy Fallon-free. But based on what we've seen from this trailer so far, it doesn't look like the celebs need much direction from the host, belting and bantering with ease. (Legend's quip about old white women mistaking him for Pharrell is pretty hilarious, as is a tipsy Blake Shelton's inability to say the word "carpool.")

    There's no official premiere date for "Carpool Karaoke: The Series" yet, though Apple Music teases it's "coming soon."

  8. Titus Goes Full 'Lemonade' in First 'Kimmy Schmidt' Season 3 Teaser

    kimmy schmidt, unbreakable kimmy schmidt, season 3, teaser, lemonade, titusNetflix has announced the season three premiere date for quirky comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," and what better way to do so than feature one of its main characters getting his Beyonce on?

    The streaming service released a new teaser for the show's upcoming third season -- set to debut in May -- that's basically just an excuse for Titus (Tituss Burgess) to stage his own version of Queen Bey's "Lemonade," complete with flowing yellow dress and baseball bat-wielding badassery. When a knock on the door interrupts his visual album homage, he snaps, "Kimberly! Use your key! I'm 'Lemonade'-ing!"

    Heck no, we ain't playing with you! Season 3 (and Titus' 🍋🍋🍋 moment) is coming May 19 to @Netflix! #KimmySchmidt

    — Kimmy Schmidt (@KimmySchmidt) February 13, 2017

    While the sight of Titus prancing down the street doing his best Beyonce impression is indeed delightful, it does have us a bit worried, since he's singing about Mikey, his cute construction worker boyfriend he hooked up with last season. Does this mean that the couple has suddenly called it quits? It's Mikey's truck that Titus takes a bat to, after all, suggesting that Mr. Andromedon has been wronged. We just hope it's part of some elaborate role-playing on Titus's part, and not the result of a nasty breakup.

    Fans will find out on May 19, when Netflix releases the full third season of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt."

  9. 'Ghost in the Shell' Trailer: Scarlett Johansson Is a Killing Machine on a Mission

    Scarlett Johansson is about to go rogue.

    The official trailer for "Ghost in the Shell" is here, and her human-cyborg character, the Major, seems poised to turn her back on her creators. The preview offers the Major's backstory as she knows it: She was dying in an attack, so they saved her, leaving her able to save others. Soon, a more ominous narrative is introduced, though. According to one man, they stole her life.

    Beyond the Major's identity crisis, there's a lot more in the trailer to intrigue audiences. There are mind-hackers on the loose, a known terrorist for Johansson to hunt down, and other human-cyborg hybrids. The film may have drawn cries of whitewashing, but its compelling storyline, at least, should inspire less criticism.

    "Ghost in the Shell" is based on Masamune Shirow's Japanese manga of the same name and is written by Jamie Moss and Ehren Kruger. The film is directed by Rupert Sander and also stars Chin Han, Michael Pitt, Juliette Binoche, and Pilou Asbaek.

    Watch the Major take on the bad guys -- whoever they may be -- when "Ghost in the Shell" opens in theaters on March 31.

  10. Nina Dobrev Is Back in New 'Vampire Diaries' Finale Teaser

    "The Vampire Diaries" is coming full circle.

    Not only is original "TVD" star Nina Dobrev returning for one final goodbye in the upcoming series finale, it looks like she'll revisit her old stomping grounds. The CW unveiled a new teaser Monday, and it shows Dobrev in what looks like one of Mystic Falls High School's hallways.

    In the short preview, we see her looking at a trophy case that holds a photo from Elena's cheerleading days. Ah, back when times were simple -- before she had vampire brothers competing from her heart, doppelgangers coming out of the woodwork, and millions of other bizarre #mysticfallsproblems. It'll be nice to see her back after two seasons away, but definitely bittersweet as well.

    Get your first glimpse of Dobrev's return below and brace yourself for goodbye.

    "The Vampire Diaries" airs Fridays on the CW at 8 p.m. ET/PT and will wrap up its eight-season run on March 10.

  11. 'Guardians 2' Baby Groot Has No Memories of Adult Groot

    The Baby Groot of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is absolutely adorable, but he's also something of a tragic figure. Adult Groot's sacrifice in Vol. 1 left him starting over, with no memories of his past.

    On Friday, Marvel dropped an "Avengers: Infinity War" production video confirming what we already knew: The "Guardians" will be in the next "Avengers" movie.

    On Sunday, Marvel also shared another "Guardians 2" TV spot, with the gang rocking out to David Bowie:

    For the past few days -- actually, pretty much all the time -- "Guardians" director James Gunn has been answering fan questions. Here's some fresh Groot Q&A:

    "Because Groot has basically been reborn, has his character changed in any way at all? He's an aggressive little baby."

    Baby Groot is very different from adult Groot.

    — James Gunn (@JamesGunn) February 12, 2017

    Another fan asked "Will groot have any memory of GOG 1?" Gunn replied:

    No. He has no memories of adult Groot.

    — James Gunn (@JamesGunn) February 12, 2017

    A fan replied, "It's sad, but it also doesn't then render the sacrifice irrelevant like comic deaths always do. There would be nothing lost." Gunn agreed:

    Exactly. Groot's sacrifice was real.

    — James Gunn (@JamesGunn) February 13, 2017

    Vin Diesel previously talked to Collider about the differences between Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 Groot:

    "He couldn't be more naive as Baby Groot. This is -- I always think of the Groot that we saw on the first 'Guardians' as a college-level Groot. So he's not fully grown yet, but he's a man. Once he sacrifices himself at the end of the movie, now he has to start all over, so to speak, so we're gonna see kind of this goofy, adorable, Baby Groot thing running around the screen and just kind of learning as he goes."

    "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" will be released on May 5.

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  12. 'SNL': Kellyanne Conway Actually Had a Great Response to 'Fatal Attraction' Spoof

    At least she can take a joke. Alec Baldwin hosted "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, and Melissa McCarthy brought back her Sean Spicer impression. But one sketch making headlines was the "Fatal Attraction" spoof with Kate McKinnon's Kellyanne Conway stalking Beck Bennett's CNN anchor Jake Tapper to force her way back on his show.

    It was a clever combination of disturbing, funny, sexy, right, and so very wrong. Tapper had no idea he'd be part of the show this week, and Sunday morning he posted a video link with a very brief reaction:


    — Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) February 12, 2017

    He later replied that he found the sketch "funny!"

    Conway was the real butt of the joke, and she took it in stride, tweeting this lighthearted response:

    Inquiring minds re: #SNL: @jaketapper & I spoke this morning just before brunch time. No boiling bunnies on the menu.

    — Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) February 12, 2017

    At least she got the reference!

    And at least she's not complaining about comedians being mean, like That One Guy.

    According to Variety, the Feb. 11 "SNL" earned its highest rating in six years, so that sketch was watched by even more viewers than usual.

    Here's that video, and more highlights from the show:

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  13. 'Avengers: Infinity War' Stars Follow Sneak Peek With Hilarious Fan Q&A

    Your spider-sense should still be tingling from the official start of production on "Avengers: Infinity War." (Maybe that pic shows what happens to your face when the sense gets really strong.) Marvel shared a behind-the-scenes video from set late Friday night, then several stars followed-up with an amazing Facebook Live Q&A on Robert Downey Jr.'s (Tony Stark/Iron Man) timeline.

    The Facebook video features cameos from directors Joe and Anthony Russo, plus Downey's "Infinity" co-stars Chris Pratt (Peter Quill/Star-Lord), and -- also doing double-duty as the "camera guy" -- Tom Holland (Peter Parker/Spider-Man). Those three actors were also featured in Marvel's first-look video (see below) so it seems safe to say they had the bulk of the shooting work on Friday.

    The "camera guy" read off some fan questions for RDJ before the directors talked a bit, then "camera guy" revealed himself to be Tom Holland in motion capture visual effects mode.

    What excites you most about being back with the Avengers?
    RDJ: "I can't give too much away, but this literally feels like the second greatest story ever told, and there's so many characters, and so many interesting stories, so many surprises."

    Are you and Captain America still not getting along?
    RDJ: "That is correct. He's on my s-list."

    Watch the whole thing:

    Here's the first look at "Infinity War," which Marvel shared Friday to celebrate the start of production: The stars were just as impressed as fans:


    — chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) February 11, 2017


    — Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) February 11, 2017

    "Avengers: Infinity War" will be released May 4, 2018, and "the second part" (Marvel's words) will be released May 3, 2019.

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  14. 'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Episode 9 Spoilers: Enid's Surprise, Daryl's Offer

    "The Walking Dead" is not only back this weekend, it's poised to be great again. Season 7, Episode 9 airs Sunday, Feb. 12, and spoilery teases suggest good things from the supersized midseason premiere.

    The title is "Rock in the Road," which is apparently a reference to a story told by one character's mother. That scoop comes straight from SpoilerTV's Advance Preview of the episode, which doesn't reveal exactly what happens, it just whets your appetite to see it for yourself. (Which is how we like it.)

    Katelyn Nacon as Enid, Danai Gurira as Michonne, Tom Payne as Paul 'Jesus' Rovia, Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes, Sonequa Martin-Green as Sasha Williams, Lauren Cohan as Maggie Greene, Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Alanna Masterson as Tara Chambler, Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon, Christian Serratos as Rosita Espinosa; group - The Walking Dead _ Season 7, Episode 9 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMCHere are some of SpoilerTV's "spoilers" on what to expect in Sunday's Episode 9:

    • Abraham, Glenn, Olivia and Spencer's deaths will be mentioned, along with the other horrors Negan and his men have done to Rick's group.
    • Enid will have a surprise for the group.
    • Carol will be seen, outside of her house for once. What could she be up to?
    • There will be disagreement about Rick's plan, and someone might have an alternative plan.
    • As seen in the sneak peek, there will be a blocked road and also some dynamite! Will The Walking Dead pull off a Lost? Dynamite is dangerous and can be unstable, but also it can be a handy and powerful weapon, especially if you're getting ready for a war.
    • Gregory will have a new way to call Maggie. For once, it won't be sexist.
    • Someone will make the King proud, while another one will disappoint him.
    • Fat Joe's death will be mentioned and called "a tragedy".
    • A rhetorical question will be answered, which will piss off the one who asks it.
    • Finally there will be some epic walker moment. I have been missing the walkers this season, but there will be one great scene with them in "Rock in the Road". And as usual, The Walking Dead has found a new fun and disgusting way to get rid of the zombies.
    • An Alexandrian will make a drastic and surprising decision, that will leave the rest of the community shocked and intrigued.
    • Daryl will get an offer he won't like.
    • Rosita will still be quite angry, probably from missing Negan with her gun and getting Olivia killed as payback. And she will express her anger.
    • More than one character will ask about Carol.

    • "Rock in the Road" will end on one character smiling, but it doesn't mean it'll be a happy moment.

    Here's that sneak peek with a road block they mention:

    And here's another great teaser with Richonne romance, action, and Eugene enjoying a snack:What we shouldn't expect -- this week or ever -- is a romance between Daryl and Jesus. You probably weren't expecting that anyway, but the character of Jesus is gay, and Daryl is ... question mark. They haven't made it clear if he's straight, gay, bi, asexual, or what. But Greg Nicotero recently shut the door on a Daryl/Jesus relationship; there's still a possibility that Daryl will hook up with someone else, but no solid intel on that front at this point. They may just keep him single so everyone thinks she/he has a chance.

    Either way, read more of the preview here, and watch "Rock in the Road" Feb. 12 at 9 p.m. on AMC.

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  15. 'Walking Dead' Sneak Peek: Saviors Block Survivors in Mid-Season Premiere

    Rick and his gang of survivors are going to need their A-game to take down the Saviors.

    After weeks off the air, the "Walking Dead" mid-season premiere is almost here. When the show returns, we can expect to see more conflict between the two rival groups. AMC released a new sneak peek Thursday, and it shows Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and co. coming up against a literal roadblock in their plan.

    A villain like Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) has to have multiple tricks up his sleeve, and in the clip, he seems to have pulled out a new one. He and the Saviors have prepared a surprise for their enemies, but it's not the one they first think. If this sneak peek is any indication, battling the Saviors is going to be one challenge after another. Brace yourself.

    Watch the sneak peek blow.

    "The Walking Dead" Season 7 returns to AMC on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

  16. This 'Beauty and Lord Voldemort' Mashup Is Beyond Magical

    Wands up for the clever muggles who thought to combine Emma Watson's "Beauty and the Beast" trailers with Ralph Fiennes's scenes from the "Harry Potter" films for a brilliant new version of the classic love story, called "Beauty and Lord Voldemort."

    As PistolShrimps wrote with the video:

    Who could ever learn to love a real beast like Voldemort?
    A mashup of 'Beauty and the Beast' and 'Harry Potter', with Voldemort as the beast, and Belle is a witch. Gaston is, of course, a brave and proud Gryffindor.

    The video is only two-and-a-half minutes long, but it is so well made. This is the love story we had no idea we were waiting for. And maybe it explains how Moldy Voldy could have a child out there? He only made all those horcruxes out of loneliness!

    Both Hermione and Belle do seem like they'd have enough empathy and compassion to fall for even the worst of the worst. (Maybe they figure they can "fix" him.)

    Watch the fake trailer:Make this thing a full movie, put it in a theater, and you have our money.

    Watson's real "Beauty and the Beast" movie arrives in theaters March 17.

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  17. 'Marvel's Iron Fist': New Sneak Peek Shows Lopsided Cage Fight

    Danny Rand isn't the only badass we'll be seeing in "Marvel's Iron Fist."

    Just a day after giving us the series' official trailer, Netflix released a new sneak peek Wednesday, and it features Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick), a woman who clearly can hold her own in a fight. The video shows just what she can do by locking her in a cage with two hulking men and letting her go to work. As we can see, underestimating her only leads to pain.

    Colleen will be a formidable ally to Danny (Finn Jones), a man returning home to New York City to take over his parents' company. They'll have to deal with some dangerous characters as he tries to resume his rightful place while also battling a group called The Hand. Along the way, we should get plenty of brutal fight scenes like the one in the sneak peek below.

    "Marvel's Iron Fist" premieres on March 17.

  18. 'Dear White People': Netflix Unveils First Teaser, Premiere Date

    "Dear White People" the TV series is almost here.

    Netflix dropped the first teaser for the upcoming comedy on Wednesday, plus revealed the series' premiere date. The video offers a quick look at the adaptation, which -- like the 2014 movie it's based on -- tackles racial tensions at a predominantly white Ivy League university. Specifically, we see star Logan Browning as college radio show host Samantha White, giving white students advice on offensive Halloween costumes to avoid. Slutty nurse, for example, is fine; blackface? Not so much.

    The comedy comes from Justin Simien, who wrote, directed, and co-produced the film. He scored multiple awards with the movie, including the Sundance Film Festival's U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent. The series will try to live up to that success with some original cast members as well as new stars. In addition to Browning, the show Brandon P. Bell, Antoinette Robertson, DeRon Horton, John Patrick Amedori, and Ashley Blaine Featherson.

    "Dear White People" premieres on April 28.

  19. 'Survivor: Game Changers' All-Star Cast Revealed: Watch Intro Video

    If "Survivor: Game Changers" isn't a blockbuster season, it won't be due to a disappointing cast. The 20 players of Season 34 are all-stars back for a second, third, or even fourth chance at $1 million and the coveted title of Sole Survivor. Some of the players are past winners attempting to pull a Sandra. One of those players is Sandra herself.

    CBS just announced the cast list, including an intro video on the site with Jeff Probst and the players talking smack about each other. (They already have their knives out, it's beautiful.)

    First, here are the two tribes:

    Nuku Tribe
    Top row, left to right: Cirie Fields, James "J.T." Thomas Jr., Andrea Boehlke, Brad Culpepper, Sierra Dawn Thomas.

    Bottom row, left to right: Oscar "Ozzy" Lusth, Debbie Wanner, Tai Trang, Sarah Lacina, Zeke Smith.

    Mana Tribe
    Top row, left to right: Michaela Bradshaw, Malcolm Freberg, Hali Ford, Jeff Varner, Troy "Troyzan" Robertson.

    Bottom row, left to right: Sandra Diaz-Twine, Caleb Reynolds, Ciera Eastin, Aubry Bracco, Tony Vlachos.

    Jeff Probst, a producer as well as the host, knows that fans won't agree with all of these players (Hali?) as "Game Changers," so he clarified his perspective:

    "My definition is people who are willing to make a move to try to change the game. We picked 20 people who loved to play."

    He said if he were playing, the first people he'd target would be 1) two-time winner Sandra Diaz-Twine, the only player to ever win twice, and 2) four-time player Cirie Fields, who probably should've won twice by now. Cirie acknowledged that she is still a threat, but she said her game has changed in the past years. Tony Vlaccos said he's love to dethrone Sandra as the next two-time winner.

    Watch more from Probst and the cast:

    "Survivor: Game Changers" premieres Wednesday, March 8 at 8 p.m. on CBS and CBS All Access.

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  20. 'Anne' Gets Premiere Date in Adorable Netflix 'Red Alert' Video

    There's a new ginger coming to Netflix, and we feel like bosom friends already. Netflix just announced the Friday, May 12 premiere date of "Anne," its new TV adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved series "Anne of Green Gables." Just "don't call her Carrots" or she might give you the Gilbert treatment!

    Netflix has been on fire this week, from the "Stranger Things" Season 2 Super Bowl teaser (the most tweeted about ad of the big game), to today's "Orange Is the New Black" Season 5 premiere date reveal, and the (still cryptic) announcement about "The OA Part II."

    This "Anne" teaser takes the cake, though, bringing together all the ginger ladies of Netflix for a "red alert" tease about the new girl.

    Watch the adorable announcement video:

    Here's the "Anne" synopsis from Netflix:

    "'Anne' is a coming-of-age story about an outsider who, against all odds and many challenges, fights for love and acceptance and her place in the world. Set in Prince Edward Island in the late 1890s, the series centers on Anne Shirley (Amybeth McNulty), a young orphaned girl who, after an abusive childhood spent in orphanages and the homes of strangers, is mistakenly sent to live with an aging sister and brother. Over time, 13-year-old Anne will transform the lives of Marilla (Geraldine James) and Matthew Cuthbert (R.H. Thomson) and eventually the entire small town in which they live with her unique spirit, fierce intellect and brilliant imagination. Anne's adventures will reflect timeless and topical issues including themes of identity, feminism, bullying and prejudice."

    It was previously revealed that "Anne" will start with a two-hour series premiere, include eight episodes. And now we know they will arrive on Friday, May 12.

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  21. 'The LEGO Ninjago Movie' Trailer Brings Bad Blood & Cool Visuals to Franchise

    First there was "The LEGO Movie," which made $469 million around the world. Next there's "The LEGO Batman Movie," which has charmed critics and opens this Friday, Feb. 10. And soon there will be "The LEGO Ninjago Movie," which just dropped its first trailer in advance of its September release date.

    The "Ninjago" trailer sets up something of a Luke/Vader storyline, as Green Ninja Lloyd (voiced by Dave Franco) fights with his fellow ninja warriors against his evil warlord dad, Master Garmadon (Justin Theroux). Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" is put on repeat as father and son battle it out ... sometimes just in passive-aggressive ways like fighting over his name, arguing over how Dad could possibly have ruined Lloyd's life if he was never even there, and Dad only calling his son when he accidentally butt-dials him.

    The trailer is suitably action-packed and witty, so hopefully it delivers as well as the previous "LEGO" films:

    Here's the synopsis from Warner Bros.:

    "In this big-screen NINJAGO adventure, the battle for NINJAGO City calls to action young Master Builder Lloyd, aka the Green Ninja, along with his friends, who are all secret ninja warriors. Led by Master Wu, as wise-cracking as he is wise, they must defeat evil warlord Garmadon, The Worst Guy Ever, who also happens to be Lloyd's dad. Pitting mech against mech and father against son, the epic showdown will test this fierce but undisciplined team of modern-day ninjas who must learn to check their egos and pull together to unleash their inner power of Spinjitzu.

    Jackie Chan ("Kung Fu Panda," The Karate Kid") stars as Master Wu; Justin Theroux ("Magamind 2," "The Leftovers") is Garmadon; Dave Franco ("Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising") plays Lloyd; and Olivia Munn ("X-Men: Apocalypse") is Lloyd's mom, Koko. Making up the secret ninja crew, Fred Armisen ("The Jim Gaffigan Show," "SNL") voices Cole; Abbi Jacobson ("Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising") plays Nya; Kumail Nanjiani ("Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates") is Jay; Michael Peña ("Ant-Man," "The Martian") is Kai; and Zach Woods ("Silicon Valley") voices Zane."

    "The LEGO Ninjago Movie" arrives in theaters September 22.

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  22. 'Orange Is the New Black' Season 5 Release Date Revealed Via Brief Teaser

    Four months! That's the time we have to serve until "Orange Is the New Black" Season 5 arrives on Netflix. The streaming site announced the Friday, June 9 release date via a short teaser, warning on Twitter that "There's no turning back" and on YouTube that "Things will never be the same."

    The 14-second teaser is wordless, just showing quick glimpses of Alex, Piper, Nicky, Flaca, Taystee, Morello, Cindy, Maria, Red, Gloria, and Daya aiming a gun at the camera (which is in keeping with how Season 4 ended).

    There's no turning back. #OITNB

    — Orange Is the New... (@OITNB) February 8, 2017
    Back at the SAG Awards, the OITNB cast teased that the entire 13-episode fifth season will take place over the course of three days. Taylor Schilling (Piper) told E!, "I think the stakes are higher in this season than they have been in a while just by virtue of the compressed time and seeing people in compressed circumstance really raises the stakes."

    Read more teases about the new season, and prepare to binge the panties off it come June.

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  23. Jim Parsons Reacts to Genius Fan Theory Connecting 'Big Bang' & 'HIMYM'

    Did you know that Jim Parsons auditioned for Barney on "How I Met Your Mother"? Obviously Neil Patrick Harris got that role, and Parsons is now Sheldon on "The Big Bang Theory," but the connecting thread is a legen --wait for it -- dary fan theory shared on Reddit that Sheldon is actually Barney from HIMYM in an opposite dimension.


    Parsons was on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and they posted a video of the actor responding to real TBBT fan theories found on Reddit. Each theory came with a three-point list of "evidence." The first two theories were "Sheldon is actually Spock in disguise" and "Bernadette is actually a cyborg created by Howard." Both sound kinda tinfoil-hat nuts, but the evidence also kinda backed them up.

    The third theory was the Barney one, and the only "evidence" was that the characters of Barney and Sheldon are polar opposites in every way. Parsons was intrigued, and shared the story of his HIMYM audition:

    "The funny thing about this is I auditioned to play Barney, and felt I was very wrong for it, and almost ran screaming from the room after I auditioned. Like, 'Well I did that and I don't know why.' They actually made me come back, as if they were interested. Not interested enough, because the right person got that part, Neil Patrick Harris. But I find this fascinating that I have this loose-ish connection to this part, and you've got this theory -- that's not true -- but you've got that theory at all. Maybe I'm giving that vibe off. Maybe underneath this character I've been playing is a raging horndog and a womanizer. ... This one is as close to the truth as one's going to get."

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  24. Jake Gyllenhaal Sings (Very Well) in Broadway Rehearsal Video, Confirming Perfection

    'Nocturnal Animals' Premiere - 73rd Venice Film FestivalHollywood, just give Jake Gyllenhaal his own "La La Land," already. He's ready.

    Every so often, the (still underappreciated) actor shows off his beautiful singing voice, and he did it again today, unexpectedly gracing Facebook with a video from the Broadway rehearsals of "Sunday in the Park With George." The video -- directed by "True Detective" and "Beasts of No Nation" director Cary Fukunaga -- follows Gyllenhaal through an entire scene as he sings "Finishing the Hat."

    Here's the 4-minute video, shot February 1 (the good stuff comes middle-to-end, so don't give up on it):Right? Come on. According to Entertainment Weekly, the musical starts previews Saturday and opens on February 23.

    This is not the first time Gyllenhaal has shown off his pipes. He starred in "Little Shop of Horrors" off Broadway in 2015, and you may recall him singing "A Whole New World" with Sean Hayes at the Tony Awards. MTV posted a bunch of videos of the actor singing in various roles. He's crying for his own "City of Stars," Hollywood. Don't let him down.

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  25. Touchdown! Watch Matt Damon Crash 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' as 'Tom Brady'

    Matt Damon: "I want to thank God, because He hates Jimmy so much that He just made all this happen."

    After 14 years of being blown off in the dressing room, Matt Damon finally beat Jimmy Kimmel at his own game. Last night, a day after Damon's beloved Patriots won yet another Super Bowl, Kimmel had MVP quarterback "Tom Brady" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." But, of course, "Tom Brady" was really none other than Kimmel's longtime rival Matt Damon, dressed in Brady's uniform.

    Once Kimmel realized he had been punked, he was (mock) furious and rushed to have Damon removed. But first, Guillermo wanted to get Brady's autograph, even though Kimmel kept trying to tell him that was not the real Tom Brady. Didn't matter. It was the real Matt Damon. And this is the real fake feud we just can't seem to get sick of. Ever. It does not get old. Patent it.

    "Touchdown! I won the Super Bowl. And I won your stupid show!"

    Kimmel insisted Damon was not technically a guest on the show because he didn't sit on the couch. Is that the standard? The best part of the whole thing was Rich Eisen's post-appearance interview with Damon backstage:Damon has broken onto the show before, to take Kimmel hostage and -- in a personal favorite -- when Ben Affleck snuck him in under his own "fat" suit:Heaven.

    Kimmel is hosting the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26, and Damon is nominated as one of the producers of "Manchester by the Sea." That film is not expected to win Best Picture but, if it does, Damon is going to have to rub it in the host's face. Kimmel did say his biggest anxiety is that Matt Damon might not lose.

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