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  1. James Corden and Anne Hathaway Duet in Rom-Com Medley

    Anne Hathaway performs in Soundtrack to a Rom-Com with James Corden during "The Late Late Show with James Corden," Thursday, April 20, 2017 (12:35 PM-1:37 AM ET/PT) On The CBS Television Network.  Photo: Terence Patrick/CBS ©2017 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights ReservedJames Corden and Anne Hathaway had a whirlwind romance set to a romcom sountrack on last night's "Late Late Show With James Corden."

    First, they meet cute outside an elevator as Hathaway belts out Bonnie Tyler's "I Need a Hero" from "Footloose." He then sings how he fell in love with her with "Just One Look," as the two step into an elevator. Their clothes are disheveled after the elevator doors open and they duet on Selena Gomez's "Can't Keep My Hands to Myself."

    The scene switches to a romantic park where Hathaway warbles "Kiss Me" from "She's All That."

    Next up: A duet of Jazon Mraz's "I'm Yours" in a bathroom where Hathaway sings while brushing their teeth. Then, trouble in paradise, as Hathaway spots a text on Corden's phone and launches into Biz Markie's "Just a Friend."

    The heartache continues with "All By Myself" and "Leaving on a Jet Plane," with Corden pursuing her while singing "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)." It all ends happily (as all romcoms do) with "Let's Stay Together."

    Watch the whole video below:

  2. Stephen Colbert Resurrects His 'Colbert Report' Persona to Say Goodbye to Bill O'Reilly

    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert...There were a number of impassioned reactions to Bill O'Reilly's ousting from Fox News on Wednesday, and two very different ones came from just one man: Stephen Colbert.

    While the "Late Show" host wasn't sad to see Bill O'Reilly go, he brought back his conservative pundit persona Stephen Colbert, who felt differently. The character -- who first appeared on "The Daily Show" in 1997 before getting his own series, the satirical "The Colbert Report" -- is, naturally, Bill O'Reilly's biggest fan. Saying goodbye was painful for him, but he got his chance.

    In his hilarious return, Colbert shamed the nation for having "failed" O'Reilly and informed us that we "didn't deserve this great man." He had plenty say on the world we live in now as well, and expressed surprise that sexual harassment is now a crime. (O'Reilly has denied the allegations against him.) The pundit also offered O'Reilly a strange form of solace: living in a mountain cabin with him and Jon Stewart. Ah, to be a fly on that wall.

    For the return of the pundit Stephen Colbert, watch below, starting around 3:50.

    "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

  3. Netflix's 'The Keepers' Trailer Previews the Next True Crime Obsession

    Morbid as it may be, true crime docuseries are all the rage these days, and Netflix has to be hoping "The Keepers" becomes the new "Making a Murderer."

    Netflix recently revealed a poster for the seven-part murder documentary on the disappearance, death, and cover-up of the murder of Sister Cathy Sesnik.

    Today, Netflix posted the trailer:

    Here's the full synopsis from Netflix:

    "From director Ryan White (The Case Against 8, Good Ol' Freda) comes The Keepers, a riveting seven-part documentary series about the unsolved murder of a Baltimore nun and the horrific secrets and pain that linger nearly five decades after her death.

    The series opens with the story of Sister Cathy Cesnik, a beloved nun and Catholic high school teacher in Baltimore who went missing on Nov. 7, 1969. Nearly two months later, her body was found – and, to this day, her murder remains unsolved.

    The case returned to the spotlight in the 1990s when one of Sister Cathy's former students – a woman only known as 'Jane Doe' – came forward to share her experience of horrendous sexual abuse by the high school's chaplain. Incredibly, 'Jane Doe' revealed she was also taken to Sister Cathy's undiscovered body and told, 'See what happens when you say bad things about people.' Despite this and testimony from other victims and witnesses of abuse, no one was held accountable, and the story was largely unreported outside of Baltimore.

    Through conversations with dozens of friends, relatives, journalists, government officials and Baltimore citizens determined to uncover the truth, White pieces together a story that goes beyond the death of a beloved Catholic schoolteacher to encompass clergy abuse, repressed memories and government and religious institutions that he says 'at best, dropped the ball over the last 45 years – and, at worst, covered it up.'"

    What a tragic story. This should be pretty intense, and maddening, to watch when it arrives Friday, May 19 on Netflix.

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  4. Keira Knightley Spotted in 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' International Trailer

    It appears Keira Knightley is no longer disinclined to acquiesce to our request that she join the crew of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales."

    A new international trailer for the fifth "Pirates" movie just came out, and most of it is recycled from what we've seen before. But about a minute into the action, we see a brief but definitive shot of (former captain in her own right, never forget) Elizabeth Swann Turner.

    Our poppet still looks gorgeous. Elizabeth's true love, Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), is also returning for this movie, and he was first seen in a recent TV spot. Elizabeth and Will sat out the fourth movie, "On Stranger Tides," after ending "At World's End" with the promise of a reunion. Will became the captain of the Flying Dutchman, separating him from Elizabeth for a decade, but a post-credits scene showed Will sailing to an island to be reunited with Miss Swann and their son.

    It's possible this one shot of Elizabeth in the new trailer is about all we'll get in "Pirates 5." According to a TooFab report from December 2016, Knightley's return is a "small cameo during the end credits" and "apparently hints to a potential larger role in the sixth 'Pirates' movie."

    "Dead Men Tell No Tales" will follow Elizabeth and Will's now older son, Henry (Brenton Thwaites), who searches for answers about his father, with help from Carina (Kaya Scodelario) and Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp).

    "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" arrives in theaters May 26.

    [via: EW]

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  5. Dylan O'Brien Resurfaces to Promote 'American Assassin' Trailer

    Hey, stranger! Dylan O'Brien just tweeted to his 4.6 million followers for the first time since October 2016, to promote the trailer for his upcoming movie "American Assassin."

    You may recall how, last year around this time, O'Brien was recovering from serious injuries suffered on the set of "Maze Runner: The Death Cure." In May 2016, it was reported that O'Brien was set to play Mitch Rapp in "American Assassin," based on Vince Flynn's bestselling series, with Michael Keaton as co-star.

    Fast-forward to today, and O'Brien broke his Twitter silence to tweet this teaser for the "American Assassin" trailer:

    #AmericanAssassin teaser out today. Here's a teaser for the teaser. https://t.co/T6cPKSmvsP

    — Dylan O'Brien (@dylanobrien) April 18, 2017

    Most of the replies are just fans expressing shock that he actually tweeted. As Teen Vogue noted, O'Brien has been "pretty MIA" since his "Maze Runner" accident, and he was nowhere to be found when the "Teen Wolf" cast got together to celebrate the show's 100th episode milestone. However, it's likely he just had a scheduling conflict with "Maze Runner," which halted filming after O'Brien's injury, but is now back in action and expected to be released January 12, 2018.

    Anyway, the full trailer for "American Assassin" is now out: Here's the film's synopsis, from CBS Films:

    "AMERICAN ASSASSIN follows the rise of Mitch Rapp (Dylan O'Brien), a CIA black ops recruit under the instruction of Cold War veteran Stan Hurley (Michael Keaton). The pair is then enlisted by CIA Deputy Director Irene Kennedy (Sanaa Lathan) to investigate a wave of apparently random attacks on both military and civilian targets. Together the three discover a pattern in the violence leading them to a joint mission with a lethal Turkish agent (Shiva Negar) to stop a mysterious operative (Taylor Kitsch) intent on starting a World War in the Middle East."

    The movie, potentially the first of a series, is scheduled for release in theaters on September 15.

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  6. Riz Ahmed and James Corden Trade Insults in 'Drop the Mic' Rap Battle

    Riz Ahmed and James Corden threw down some sick burns on last night's "Drop the Mic," with no holds barred.

    Ahmed got zinged for his role in "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story," with Corden saying the actor was worse than Jar Jar Binks.

    "I know ruining a 'Star Wars' is seen as unlawful/But here's a 'Rogue One' spoiler -- in it he's awful," Corden rapped. "Honestly it's mean to say in 'Star Wars' he stinks/He made me miss the days of Jar Jar Binks/Your sex scene in 'Girls' might need an acting class/You didn't need to get naked to show us you're an ass/'The Night Of' it's a murder mystery right?/Well there's no mystery here because I'm killing you tonight."

    Ahmed's response? The "Late Late Show" host couldn't get a role in the franchise, because they weren't casting "Jabba the Hutt's dad." Ouch!

    Corden then compared the actor (who raps with Swet Shop Boys), to "the world's worst version of Will Smith." That prompted Ahmed to diss the TV host: "You look like Matt Damon if he only ate butter" and dismiss him as a "singing Uber driver."

    Among those name-dropped: Sean Spicer, Kendall Jenner, and United Airlines.

    Watch the whole rap battle in the video below:

  7. Simone Biles Gets Pranked by Her 'DWTS' Partner on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'

    'Dancing With The Stars' Season 24 Premiere - ArrivalsOlympian and "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Simone Biles is the latest celebrity to fall victim to one of Ellen DeGeneres's sneaky pranks.

    The gymnast got quite the scare while sitting down for a recent interview on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Although the talk show host warned Biles that her "DWTS" partner, Sasha Farber, is a "prankster," the gold medalist was completely caught unawares. This worked out well for viewers, because it made for a priceless reaction when Farber did finally pull a prank on his co-star.

    The professional dancer and DeGeneres get a 10 for their work. As simple as their prank was, they executed it executed perfectly and were rewarded with a terrified shriek any practical joker would hope for.

    Watch Biles's appearance on "Ellen" below, and keep an eye out for the flawless prank around 3:50.

    If you want more of Biles and Farber, you can catch them on "Dancing With the Stars" on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

  8. 'SNL': Watch Alec Baldwin Eliminate a White House Adviser a la Tyra Banks

    Donald Trump may be known for firing people on "The Apprentice," but the latest "Saturday Night Live" episode had him eliminating one of his top advisers in true Tyra Banks style.

    Alec Baldwin returned to "SNL" for yet another hilarious Trump impression over the weekend, and he dealt with the rumored discord between White House advisers Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner, among other topical issues. Wearing a Russian flag pin and his signature Trump look, Baldwin revisited the accomplishments of the administration so far before, and then called in his two top advisers for an important decision. "SNL" vet Jimmy Kimmel hosted the episode, so he was on hand to play Trump's "little Kush ball."

    The sketch paid homage to the dramatic eliminations of "America's Next Top Model," right down to the one photo in the president's hand revealing who would stay on. (The loser would be sent to join Kellyanne Conway in the basement.) Watch Baldwin do Trump acting like Banks below.

    "Saturday Night Live" airs at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

  9. 'SNL': Melissa McCarthy's Easter Spicey Was Live From L.A., Not New York

    Live from L.A., it's "Saturday Night" with Spicey! Melissa McCarthy brought her brilliant Sean Spicer impression back to "Saturday Night Live" on April 15th, with the White House Press Secretary dressed as an Easter Bunny and "apologizing" for his recent gaffes.

    It was the first episode to be live from coast-to-coast -- usually "SNL" is just live for Eastern and Central viewers. However, Vulture confirmed that McCarthy's segment was actually taped live in Los Angeles, not in the NYC studio.

    McCarthy teased as much in an Instagram clip captioned "Spicey gone wild!!! #LiveFromLA." A source told Vulture the show shipped the Spicer costume out to the West Coast ahead of time, with the sketch telecast live from an L.A. studio, and McCarthy also doing her dress rehearsal remotely from L.A.

    Vulture added:

    "I'm told this isn't the first time the show has shot something live in L.A. (so, not including pre-tapes and video pieces), though it is extremely rare. McCarthy being out of the 30 Rock studio is why this version of the sketch got relatively less response from the audience, and why it seemed like her pacing wasn't exactly matching up with the laughs. (There wasn't an audience in the L.A. studio.)"

    We don't yet know if the show plans on using this approach as a permanent work-around to the logistical challenge of having given high-profile impressions to busy movie stars."

    Watch the sketch:
    Former SNL-er Jimmy Fallon hosted the Easter weekend show, with Harry Styles as musical guest.

    Here are a few more videos from the night:'

    "SNL" will continue its live coast-to-coast episodes on May 6, with Chris Pine as host. Then McCarthy returns to host the May 13 episode, then Dwayne Johnson closes the season on May 20.

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  10. The 'Outlander' Season 3 Trailer & Photos Are Heartbreaking

    The "Outlander" clan has been loved well this week, getting a few first look photos from Starz, and then the first trailer for Season 3, airing before "The White Princess." The 13 episodes of Season 3 won't arrive until September, but this should help make the Droughtlander less painful.

    The trailer shows Jamie in the 18th century, during the Battle of Culloden, and Claire back in her modern timeline -- with Frank, daughter Brianna, and her work at the hospital. It's hard to see them apart, living separate lives, but that will change. But when they do reunite, they will naturally have changed as people, too.

    Jamie gets the only lines in the trailer, and they are swoon-worthy.

    • "Goodbye, Claire."

    • "I have lied, killed, and broken trust. But when I stand before God, I'll have one thing to say to weigh against all the rest: Lord, ye gave me a rare woman. God! I loved her well."

    • "I'll find you. ... I promise."

    The Season 3 teaser takes our breath away! Relive #Outlander with the @STARZ app before it returns this September: https://t.co/fgpSCykDgx pic.twitter.com/nL2ureO9eT

    — Outlander (@Outlander_STARZ) April 17, 2017

    Here are some new Season 3 photos:

    And here's the official synopsis for Season 3, which is based on "Voyager," the third of eight books by Diana Gabaldon:

    "In Season Three of 'Outlander,' the story picks up right after Claire travels through the stones to return to her life in 1948. Now pregnant, she struggles with the fallout of her sudden reappearance and its effect on her marriage to her first husband, Frank. Meanwhile, in the 18th century, Jamie suffers from the aftermath of his doomed last stand at the historic battle of Culloden, as well as the loss of Claire. As the years pass, Jamie and Claire attempt to make a life apart from one another, each haunted by the memory of their lost love. The budding possibility that Claire can return to Jamie in the past breathes new hope into Claire's heart... as well as new doubt. Separated by continents and centuries, Claire and Jamie must find their way back to each other. As always, adversity, mystery, and adventure await them on the path to reunion. And the question remains: when they find each other, will they be the same people who parted at the standing stones, all those years ago?"

    Production and filming for "Outlander" Season 3 is continuing in Cape Town, South Africa. "Outlander" Season 3 will premiere in September.

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  11. 'Dear White People' Trailer Makes a Serious Issue Hilarious

    Most discussions about racism don't lead to laughter, but Netflix's upcoming TV series "Dear White People" manages to tie in plenty of humor.

    The streamer dropped a new trailer Thursday, and it highlights the prevalence of everyday racism with hilarious yet realistic situations. Like the 2014 film it's based on, the show is set at a predominantly white Ivy League college and follows several students of color who confront racism in various ways. We see plenty of examples throughout the preview, from conversations about slavery to a white student being shocked that a party with blackface would still happen in 2017.

    While racial justice is clearly a central theme of "Dear White People," the issue isn't the only one explored. The Justin Simien-created show also looks at the college experience, young adulthood, sexuality, and more. Based on the trailer, we expect them all to be tackled with wit and compelling storylines.

    Watch the full trailer below.

    "Dear White People" comes to Netflix on April 28.

  12. 'Grey's Anatomy' Clip Reveals Both Meredith & Riggs Have Survived Plane Crashes

    "Grey's Anatomy" is giving fans another scary plane crisis in tonight's Season 13, Episode 20, "In the Air Tonight," -- and you know the United jokes will be flying off Twitter.

    As it turns out, both Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) and Nathan Riggs (Martin Henderson) have been in plane crashes before. "Grey's" fans know all about Mer's suffering from the Season 8 finale, when we lost Little Grey. Riggs shares his own plane crash story -- which can't really compare -- in this sneak peek scene:

    ABC's second sneak peek shows Mer and Riggs in the tiny airplane bathroom, with Riggs arguing that Mer made eyes at him and wanted him to follow her into the can. It would be creepy apart from his flirty banter and the bouncy music:

    The full promo has already shown that this flight gets SERIOUSLY bumpy. Fans can't handle another plane crash, so hopefully this one has a happy ending for Meredith and Riggs -- whether they end up together together or not.

    "Grey's Anatomy" airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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  13. 'Survivor': Jeff Varner Calls Outing Zeke as Trans 'the Worst Decision of My Life'

    "Survivor: Game Changers" had quite a memorable night last night, and both Zeke Smith and Jeff Varner are now speaking out to share their sides of what happened.

    Varner knew he was about to be voted out, so he got desperate at tribal council and -- in an attempt to show Zeke's "deception" -- asked why he hadn't told anyone he was transgender. When that got a huge, instant, angry response from the rest of the tribe, Varner tried to argue that he thought Zeke was already out -- at least to the world and "Survivor" at large, just not the people in their tribe. But Zeke had decided not to reveal he was transgender in his first season on "Survivor," hoping to just play as Zeke and not "the trans Survivor player," and this was his very public outing in front of the tribe, Jeff Probst, and millions of viewers.

    Fans reacted on social media with support for Zeke, and Varner posted a statement acknowledging he did a very bad thing:

    pic.twitter.com/meHYgXkPy9

    — Jeff Varner (@JEFFVARNER) April 13, 2017

    And yet his Twitter is also filled with supportive retweets like "I know tonight may be rough, but as someone who has said a lot of things I shouldn't have, I support you no matter what" and "just 2 preface...know ur not intentionally malicious, when we make mistakes luckily cameras aren't 'round...no matter...love ya!"

    Jeff Probst had his usual post-episode Q&A with Entertainment Weekly to talk about what happened, but he never explained how the conversation went when it comes to sharing all of that on TV. The show decides what to leave in and what to edit out, and even though it would've been dang near impossible to cut the outing of Zeke -- since the tribe didn't even vote out Varner, he just left after they agreed Varner should leave -- it would be interesting to know if there was a conversation in which Zeke had a say on what to show.

    I am reading all of your reactions to tonight's #survivor tribal council. @zekerchief has been an amazing partner through all of this.

    — Jeff Probst (@JeffProbst) April 13, 2017

    You should read Zeke Smith's guest column in The Hollywood Reporter about his whole experience, including how he felt during that tribal council. Here's a section:

    "I am forever grateful that Probst gave me time to collect myself. Were I in the hands of a lesser leader, I'm sure questions would've been peppered my way before I was ready to receive them. I could not have responded in the manner in which I did had he not held the wheel while I got my bearings.

    I tuned back in to the conversation and found chaos — tears, yelling, anger, but mostly confusion. I needed to calm everyone down. My chance to re-enter appeared — an opportunity to provide clarification. I spoke as calmly as I possibly could. Each word came slowly. Typically, my brain races far ahead of my ability to form words, but then it trudged, carefully selecting its path. My right leg settled down, but my left still jittered.

    I took solace in my tribemates. They defended me passionately. Even Probst, the most neutral of arbiters, had my back. My left leg settled, and with it the group. Tears dried, voices lowered, and the attention turned to me to make sense of what happened. I didn't know what to say. [...]

    I don't believe Varner hates trans people, just as I don't believe conservative politicians who attack trans people actually care where we use the bathroom. For both, trans people make easy targets for those looking to invoke prejudice in order to win votes. Thankfully, my tribemates rebuffed his hateful tactics. After 18 days starving and competing with me, they knew exactly the man I am, and after that Tribal Council, we all knew exactly the man Varner is.

    [....] I looked to Varner, now the one hunched and quivering, and contemplated the backlash he would face. When he said what he said, he changed both of our lives forever. When he pulled me in for a hug, I felt compelled to reciprocate, both as a sign that I was willing to forgive him and that the shots he had fired missed.

    But, if we're being perfectly honest with one another, I've struggled with that forgiveness in the months following. I can't foresee us sipping martinis together in Fire Island. While I can reconcile the personal slight of him outing me, I continue to be troubled by his willingness to deploy such a dangerous stereotype on a global platform.

    But forgiveness does not require friendship. Forgiveness does not require forgetting or excusing his actions. Forgiveness requires hope. Hope that he understands the injury he caused and does not inflict it upon others. Hope that whatever torments his soul will plague him no more. I have hope for Jeff Varner. I just choose to hope from afar, thank you very much."

    Read the full post. "Survivor," with Zeke still competing, continues Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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  14. 'Beatriz at Dinner' Trailer: Salma Hayek and John Lithgow Get Political

    After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in late January, "Beatriz at Dinner" is closing in on its release date.

    Roadside Attractions released a new trailer Wednesday, and it shows off the film's star-studded cast and central conflict. In the preview, we see a dinner party get awkward when two attendees, Beatriz (Salma Hayek) and Doug (John Lithgow), meet and express opposing views on, well, everything, from hunting to money. The tension isn't subtle, especially as Doug, a real estate mogul, voices offensive assumptions about Beatriz based on the fact that she's a Mexican immigrant.

    If Doug reminds you of anyone, like, say, the current president of the United States, that's not an accident. Writer Mike White told the Los Angeles Times in January that the idea for the story came to him around the time Cecil the Lion was killed and Donald Trump announced his campaign for the presidency.The film, which is directed by Miguel Arteta, also stars Connie Britton, Chloë Sevigny, Jay Duplass, David Warshofsky, Amy Landecker, and John Early.

    "Beatriz at Dinner" is scheduled to open in June.

  15. 'Sand Castle' Clip: Henry Cavill Tries to Fix Water Problems in a War Zone

    A simple job is going to prove anything but.

    Netflix's upcoming war flick "Sand Castle" starts streaming this month, and a new clip, released Tuesday by IGN, sets the stage. In it, we see Henry Cavill, as Special Forces Capt. Syverson, explaining a vital operation to a group of fellow American soldiers. Among them is Private Matt Ocre (Nicholas Hoult), a green serviceman who will experience the realities of war firsthand as they tackle their challenging job.

    Syverson makes it seem easy in the clip, though. "Your job is real simple," he says. "You keep that water flowing, win the hearts and minds, and then the Iraqis start pointing fingers and giving me and the boys some targets to hit."

    We'll see that there's much more to it then that -- the troops will have to do their best to keep themselves and the village safe.

    "Sand Castle" debuts on Netflix on April 21.

    [via: IGN/YouTube]

  16. 'Thor: Ragnarok' Trailer Breaks 24-Hour Viewing Record for Marvel & Disney

    Millions of fans rushed to watch Thor reunite with "a friend from work" when the first "Thor: Ragnarok" trailer arrived on Monday, April 10.

    According to The Hollywood Reporter, that trailer earned more than 136 million views in 24 hours, making it the most-viewed Marvel trailer ever, and also the most-viewed across the studio's parent and sibling brands -- including Disney, Pixar, and Star Wars."Thor: Ragnarok" stole the title from "Beauty and the Beast," which previously held Disney's 24-hour record with 127.6 million views. Next in line is Lucasfilm's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" with 112 million views in 24 hours, then Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" with 94 million views.

    It may be tough for "Thor: Ragnarok" to hold on to this title for long, since the first trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" will want to break it, and it's said to debut at Star Wars Celebration, which is happening April 13-16. We could see a new Marvel/Disney/Lucasfilm family favorite very soon.

    "Thor: Ragnarok" opens November 3. Watch the record-breaking first trailer again over here.

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  17. 'The Mist' TV Series Trailer Looks Very Different From the Movie

    From l to r:  Bryan Hunt (Okezie Morro), Kevin Copeland (Morgan Spector), Adrian Garf (Russell Posner) and Mia Lambert (Danica Curcic) band together when a foreboding mist arrives in one small town ushering in a terrifying new reality for its residents, putting their humanity to the test.  Based on a story by Stephen King, Spike TV's orginal scripted series THE MIST premieres on Thursday, June 22 at 10 PM, ET/PT.Stephen King's novella, "The Mist," is getting its own TV series on Spike, and the new trailer highlights how different it will be from the 2007 movie.

    Frank Darabont directed the movie, starring a bunch of people who then went with him to make "The Walking Dead" for AMC. This new series was created by Christian Torpe, who told Entertainment Weekly he wants to be "respectful to the source material" without copying the "great adaptation" already out there on film.

    "The novella is 200 pages and one location, and we needed to change that to make an ongoing series. But we wanted to remain faithful to the heart of the story." He said the TV series will be set at several locations, including a church and a mall. "We establish different little pressure cookers under the influence of whoever the leader would be in those locations. Each of them come up with different theories or beliefs about what's going on. Eventually, the story lines will dovetail and turn into conflicts."

    Here's Spike's trailer, which includes the tagline "Fear. Human. Nature":"The Mist" -- starring Morgan Spector, Alyssa Sutherland, Gus Birney, Danica Curcic, Okezie Morro, Luke Cosgrove, Darren Pettie, Russell Posner, Dan Butler, Isiah Washington, Jr., and Frances Conroy. -- premieres Thursday, June 22 at 10 p.m. on Spike TV.

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  18. 'Rogue One' Honest Trailer Zings 'Unnecessary Star Wars Story'

    "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" won over many fans and critics, but there's no avoiding The Force of Screen Junkies and the brilliant sarcasm of their Honest Trailers.

    The new "Rogue One" video is a 6-minute dissection of "what has to be the most money anyone's ever spent to fill in a plot hole," featuring the same old incompetence from the Stormtroopers, various old dudes squabbling over who gets credit for the Death Star, and not-so-rebellious heroes like Jyn Erso -- "the rebellious rebel who rebels so hard she does whatever her dad tells her, whatever her surrogate dad tells her, and whatever her new co-worker tells her."

    The Honest Trailer did have some compliments, though, including praise for K-2SO as the only one with any personality, despite not being human. They also honored the cool "Star Wars" Easter eggs packed into a movie that's basically exists as "the world's biggest budget fan film." And they also took time to highlight various scenes that did not make the final cut but were showcased heavily in the marketing.

    Watch the trailer:

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  19. 'Black Panther' Cast Does the 'Get Out' Challenge

    When the cast of "Black Panther" includes "Get Out" star Daniel Kaluuya, you know his co-stars are going to have some fun with his role in the hit horror film.

    Lupita Nyong'o shared an Instagram video from the "Black Panther" set, where the cast runs towards the camera a la Marcus Henderson's now-famous run in "Get Out."

    "The Ultimate #getoutchallenge is when #danielkaluuya is down to play" Nyong'o wrote.

    In the short clip, Kaluuya looks up from his phone to see the entire cast running towards him before the camera falls to the ground. "F– this," he says before walking away.

    The cast of "Black Panther" includes Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, "The Walking Dead's" Danai Gurira, and "This Is Us" star Sterling K. Brown. The movie opens February 16, 2018.

    [Via EW]

  20. 'SNL' Mocks Pepsi's Infamous Kendall Jenner Ad in Behind-the-Scenes Spoof

    If Pepsi hoped everyone would quickly forget about the now-notorious ad starring Kendall Jenner it pulled last week after facing backlash, the company has had no such luck.

    The stars and writers of "Saturday Night Live" were all too happy to remind the public of the beverage giant's big misstep. Saturday's episode took on the controversial commercial, mocking Pepsi and Jenner in a behind-the-scenes parody video. The sketch centers on the ad's earnest, hopeful director (played by "SNL" cast member Beck Bennett) as he realizes he has made a mistake when it's too late to stop the commercial from shooting.

    It's both amusing and a little sad to watch him go from thinking he's making a powerful statement to coming to see that his plans play on cultural stereotypes, are tone deaf, and just are not going to make for "like, the best ad ever." We also find it a little cringe-worthy, just like the commercial itself.

    Watch the "SNL" spoof below."SNL" airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

  21. First 'Thor: Ragnarok' Trailer Teases (Hilarious) Hulk Battle

    Thor (Chris Hemsworth) has "a long story" to tell you in Marvel's first "Thor: Ragnarok" trailer, but don't worry -- it ends with him happily reuniting with "a friend from work."

    This new trailer introduces us to hammer-stopping villain Hela (Cate Blanchett), and possible eventual love interest Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), and previews Thor's battle with The Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) in the games staged by The Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum).

    Thor surprises everyone in the gladiator pit by being pleased to see his opponent:

    "Yes! We know each other! He's a friend from work!"

    Yeah, but this time they're more like rivals from work, engaged in their own powerhouse "Civil War."

    Here's the trailer, set to Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song":And here's the new poster Marvel shared at the same time, showing off Chris Hemsworth's new hairdo:

    Check out the brand new poster for Marvel Studios' #ThorRagnarok, in theaters November 3rd! pic.twitter.com/59QRjNnaUT

    — Thor (@thorofficial) April 10, 2017
    "Thor: Ragnarok" -- which also stars Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Jaimie Alexander, and Anthony Hopkins -- opens November 3.

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  22. 'Once Upon a Time': Emma Will Give Gideon a Chance, for Belle

    Belle (Emilie de Ravin) always wants to believe the best of everyone on "Once Upon a Time," and that goes tenfold for her son, Gideon (Giles Matthey). Yeah, Gideon wants to kill Emma (Jennifer Morrison) because she's the Savior and it's part of his plan to take down the Black Fairy, but -- honestly -- how much worse is that than a lot of the stuff Rumple/Gold (Robert Carlyle) has done?

    Because Emma cares about Belle, Jennifer Morrison said her character will try to keep an open mind about Gideon.

    The two will have to team up to save Hook (Colin O'Donoghue), and ABC's photos for this Sunday's April 9 episode, "Mother's Little Helper," show the two in their uneasy alliance.

    Jennifer Morrison told Entertainment Weekly that Emma's team-up with Gideon is like Emma working with Gold, someone she knows could turn on her at any moment:

    "She treats Gideon very similarly to that and wants to believe the best in him because she sees the yearning in Belle to believe that her son isn't irredeemable. Emma wants to believe that along with Belle, so she's willing to give him a chance to prove that he's not the villain that he seems to be."

    On that note, Entertainment Tonight shared a sneak peek scene of this Sunday's episode, featuring Emma and Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin) storming into Gold's shop for information.

    Gold reveals that the Black Fairy is his mother, and Belle says Gideon was not born evil, he was made that way by the Black Fairy. The parents make an argument to Emma to work with Gideon to try and stop the Black Fairy before she brings far worse evil to their world:

    Here's ABC's synopsis for Season 6, Episode 16, "Mother's Little Helper":

    "Gold and Belle convince Emma to help Gideon, explaining that together they can stop the Black Fairy. Henry experiences a disorienting shift in his powers that forces Regina to seek counsel from the previous Author. Meanwhile, in Fairy Tale Land, Hook attempts to win the assistance of an old adversary by betting his most prized possession on a game of cards. And, in a flashback, the Black Fairy tortures young Gideon in hopes of molding him into the perfect apprentice."

    OUAT Season 6 airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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  23. New 'Grey's Anatomy' Promo Traumatizes Fans With Plane Crash Flashbacks 

    Not again, Shonda! That's what we thought when we first heard that "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 was setting an entire episode on a plane, with a crisis unfolding mid-flight, and that's what more fans are saying now that ABC has shared a promo for the hour.

    We initially hoped the crisis would just be medical, and not a problem with the flight itself, but not only does there seem to be more than bad turbulence on the April 13 flight, "In the Air Tonight," the seriously bad flight is suffered, once again, by Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo).

    Mer is probably still feeling traumatized by the loss of Lexie Grey (Chyler Leigh) in the Season 8 finale. If fans are still mourning Little Grey, she must be, too. The episode looks like it might be a bonding hour for Mer and Nathan Riggs (Martin Henderson) -- and they may join the Mile High Club while mid-air -- but still. The torture of Meredith Grey, and "Grey's fans, has not gone unnoticed.

    "Grey's" fans reacted to the promo exactly as you might expect:

    I KNOW SHONDA IS NOT HAVING ANOTHER PLANE CRASH EPISODE #GreysAnatomy pic.twitter.com/soZjxgnPlA

    — olive (@claireoliverrr) April 7, 2017

    IT'S BEEN 5 YEARS SINCE THE PLANE CRASH AND I'M NOT EMOTIONALLY STABLE ENOUGH FOR ANOTHER ONE. SHONDA U GOTTA CHILL #GreysAnatomy

    — Cat (@kitty_kearney) April 7, 2017

    I CANNOT HANDLE ANOTHER TRAGIC PLANE CRASH IN THIS SHOW NO NO NO I REFUSE #GreysOnAPlane #GreysAnatomy

    — Amanda Azar (@amandaazar) April 7, 2017

    I can't take another plane episode #greysanatomy #greysonaplane pic.twitter.com/9uksVbIQXU

    — Nicole Gamez (@n_gamez) April 7, 2017

    We can't handle another plane crash #GreysAnatomy pic.twitter.com/JtyR1UEy90

    — Danisha Tisdom (@danishat97) April 7, 2017

    I'm just trying to figure out why there was a plane crash scene in the preview for next week.. I can't go through that again! #GreysAnatomy

    — Kari Rice (@kari_rice113) April 7, 2017

    Who pissed off shonda that she would put us through another plane crash?!!!? #GreysAnatomy

    — Kiana (@MissKianaO) April 7, 2017

    HOLD UP YOU DONT JUST PUT MEREDITH GREY IN A PLANE AND HAVE IT MAYBE CRASH AFTER SHE LOSES LEXIE AND ALMOST DEREK OK #GreysAnatomy @GreysABC

    — ✨gabriela✨ (@senpailodgex) April 7, 2017

    Shonda got another thing coming if she thinks we're abt to have another plane crash episode nxt wk. Can't Mer fly in peace? #GreysAnatomy

    — Beth (@Life_or_Beth) April 7, 2017

    There are so many more tweets just like that. This plane *probably* won't crash, but it looks like everything else goes wrong, including some kind of medical issue. Mer just can't catch a break.

    "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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  24. 'Scandal' 100th Episode Promo Shows Olivia in a Wedding Dress

    In the teaser for the 100th episode of "Scandal," we see Olivia Pope in a wedding dress and walking down the aisle with an unseen groom.

    The episode, titled "The Decision," features an alternate reality in which Olivia (Kerry Washington) refused to rig the election eight years ago, which changes everything. It's not likely that Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) became President and who knows what else is different? And is she marrying Fitz, Jake (Scott Foley), or someone we've never even seen before?

    The official episode synopsis (Spoilers if you're not caught up with Season 6):

    "With the truth of Frankie (Ricardo Chavira)'s assassination revealed, Olivia wonders how different life would be if she, Mellie (Bellamy Young) and Cyrus (Jeff Perry) never rigged Fitz's election."

    The episode airs Thursday, April 13 on ABC.

    [Via EW]

  25. Watch Demi Lovato Channel Adele to Beat James Corden in a Riff-Off

    The Late Late Show with James CordenDemi Lovato and James Corden settled an argument in the best possible way on "The Late Late Show" recently: a riff-off.

    The pop star burst out onstage on Wednesday when Corden started waxing poetic about how today's divas don't compare to those of the past. Lovato took issue with his argument and wanted to prove otherwise. Naturally, she had the a cappella group Level in tow (as one does), so she challenged him to a riff-off.

    Once we got past the trash talk portion of the battle, they got down to singing. Lovato used tunes from Adele, Katy Perry, and herself to make her point, and Corden countered with work from Tina Turner and Aretha Franklin. Unfortunately for the late-night host, he doesn't have the range necessary to pull off the songs of divas then, so he was forced to bow to Lovato. They did end on a positive -- and cute -- note, though.

    "The Late Late Show with James Corden" airs weeknights at 12:37 p.m. ET/PT.

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