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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Lennie James

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Lennie James is a successful English actor, playwright, and screenwriter. He was born in Nottingham on October 11, 1965. He began his career in the television and film industries as a writer in the late 1980s. His first appearance on screen was in three episodes of a television series called ‘The Baptist’ in 1991.Since then, he has had a prolific career in television and appeared in over 20 movies. Some of the films for which he is best-known include ‘Blade Runner 2049’, ‘Les Misérables’, and ‘Snatch’. He is currently known for his portrayal of Mr. Glen Boyle in the Sky

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- Nat Berman

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Five Times Where the Voice of Andy Serkis Absolutely Ruled

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There are those actors that are talented, and then there are those who are just extremely talented and gifted with the kind of voice that you can’t help but be amazed by. The best part of it is that they can sound completely down to earth and what you might call normal one moment and then completely crazed and over the top the next. Andy Serkis, who a lot of people didn’t fully recognize during his rise to fame, has become one of those rare individuals that can act, and can lend his voice to so many different characters that

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Jessa Seewald

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Jessa Seewald is a television personality who was born in Tontitown, Arkansas, on November 4, 1992. She is the fifth child of 19 children born to Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar. She became well-known for being a member of the cast in ’19 Kids and Counting’, a reality show on TLC about the Duggar family. This show was formerly called ’17 Kids and Counting’ and ’18 Kids and Counting’. The name changed when more children were born in the Duggar Household. Since then, she has also appeared on ‘Jill & Jessa: Counting On’ and this helped her to become a

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- Nat Berman

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The Top Uses of C&C Music Factory’s “Everybody Dance Now” in Movies or TV

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Everybody dance now! Between 1989 and 1990 this song was one of the all-time favorites on the dance floor and in most dance halls for various events. In high schools it was the song you heard for cheerleader routines, and sometimes it was just the tune you heard no matter what when people wanted something to jam to. In 1990 it managed to reach #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 an R&B singles chart. Even now when it comes on a lot of people won’t deny that it makes them want to get up out of their seat and get to

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- Wake

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Supernatural Review: Jack Is A “Rising Son”

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We’re now in week 2 of Season 13 of Supernatural, and we’ve now closed most of the loose ends (I say most because…still no Cas!) and “The Rising Son” has established the new status quo. Now that fans have a good idea what this season (or at least this arc) will look like, the mythology can settle in, fan-favorite characters can return, and new, interesting dynamics can be set up. I find the dynamic of Sam and Dean as two parents with opposite viewpoints really interesting, mostly because it’s so true to character. Dean has always been a “kill it

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- Nick Hogan

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about “The Gate”

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In 1987 a movie came out that was deemed an instant horror classic since it did pretty good on a modest budget and was scary enough to give kids and even adults nightmares after watching it. Looking back at The Gate now it definitely took full advantage of the special effects of the time and yet still managed to bring a cheesy subject into the limelight with a vaguely serious lean that made people treat it as something other than a campy horror flick. Comparing it to anything made today isn’t fair obviously since the advent of CGI and even

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- Wake

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Edwina Findley

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Edwina Findley is an actress who was born in Washington D.C. on October 30, 1980. She is also known as Edwina Findley Dickerson since her marriage to Kelvin Dickerson in 2002. She made her name in the television industry when she starred as a lead character ‘If Loving You Is Wrong’, which is a drama on the Oprah Winfrey Network. She is also known for playing the roles of Tosh Mitchell in ‘The Wire’ and Davina Lambreaux in ‘Treme’. Another role for which she is well-known is Rosie in the 2012 independent film ‘Middle of Nowhere’. Most recently, she has

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- Nat Berman

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Why Are You Anxious: Video Gets Into the Science of Anxiety

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Anxiety is disruptive to your life. Can I get a giant Duh sticker to plaster over this one? The video below goes into what really causes anxiety or makes it worse and it’s spot on when it comes to the physical reason why anxiety can and does happen to individuals, but glosses over such things as environment. Anxiety is something that is hard to get over and can’t just be willed away unless a person is exceptionally strong-willed and can somehow push themselves to the point that they will actually force their way past the anxiety in their lives. Of

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Five Sequels That Made the Original Movie Much Better

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There are moments when the first movie in a franchise, trilogy, or whatever you want to call a series of movies, isn’t quite up to snuff and doesn’t attract as much attention as you might think it should. The movie is great, it’s well-done and there are few if any real problems with it, but somehow it just doesn’t resonate with an audience. But then there are times when it gets a sequel and somehow, some way, that sequel manages to bring back the magic of the first movie by adding to it in a way that wasn’t there to

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The Top Five Method Man Acting Performances Of All-Time

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Clifford “Method Man” Smith began his career as a lyricist in the legendary rap group the Wu-Tang Clan over 20 years ago. Since then he has won numerous awards. Most for his work as a musician. But with time we have seen an evolution in Method Man. Fast forward to 2017 and he is a well-regarded actor. Currently in his recurring role on the HBO Drama series “The Deuce,” it is on full display how serious Method Man has taken the craft of acting. Looking back at how far he’s come I thought it would be fitting to rank Method

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- Nat Berman

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Five Iconic Film Scenes That Were Completely Improvised

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In today’s day and age with television, film, and acting, improvisation has become a much bigger role.  Reality TV has given way to the flexibility of players in shows or in movies to go off with their own dialogue.  However, back before reality television, most movies and shows strictly stuck to the script, but not always.  In fact, some of the most iconic movie scenes in history were unplanned but wound up being the most memorable. Here are 5 iconic films scenes that were unscripted. Taxi Driver Robert DeNiro played insomniac taxi driver Travis Bickle with intensity in the Martin

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- Nat Berman

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Terrence Howard Has His Own Math System Dubbed Terryology

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Even the most talented of actors face their downfall at some point, and either Terrence Howard is on to something or he’s just headed towards the end of his career—maybe even his normality. According to Howard, we’ve all been doing math completely wrong. The Empire actor recently revealed to Rolling Stones magazine that he has formulated a version of math that’s the correct and proper version, the true universal math. We introduce you to Terryology. Terryology began when Howard was just a chemical engineer student at Pratt Institute. Apparently, Howard dropped out of the program due to his conflicting views

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- Jennifer Borama

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A Night at the Garden: Disturbing 1939 Nazi Rally Held at Madison Square Garden

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I kind of wonder what people would think if more of them knew that a Nazi rally had been held in New York’s Madison Square Garden in 1939. If more New Yorkers realized that during the time in which WWII was getting close to starting up that a Nazi party was holding court in one of their most beloved structures, I would hope against hope that more people would have stood up and rammed their less than gentle foot into the nether regions of those that thought this was okay. I don’t think I need to make it any clearer

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- Wake

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Five World War II Stories that Should Be Turned into Movies

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There have been numerous movies made about World War II in the time since. However, the sheer scope of that conflict means that there are still plenty of stories that have not managed to make it onto the movie screen. Said stories run the full gamut of the human experience, including more than a few that can pass on some rather important lessons to interested individuals. Here are five examples of stories from World War II that should be turned into movies: Battle of Okinawa By the Battle of Okinawa, it was clear that the United States and the rest

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- Nat Berman

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Michael Mando

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Michael Mando is an actor, writer, and director who was born in Quebec City on July 13, 1981. Although he has a background in classical and contemporary theater, he has also established a successful career in film and television. He is particularly well-known for playing Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Vargo in the television series ‘Better Call Saul’ and for the role of Victor ‘Vic’ Schmidt in ‘Orphan Black’, a science-fiction thriller series. It has now been announced that he is joining the cast of ‘Hummingbird’ directed by Kim Nguyen. In this drama film, he will be acting alongside Salma Hayek, Alexander Skarsgard,

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- Nat Berman

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The Top Uses of George Straight Songs in Movies or TV

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George Strait is lauded as the King of Country and as the man that did his absolute best to bring country back to its roots. He’s had a huge impact in country music and had a lot to do with bringing it out of the pop phase that it seemingly entered during the 1980’s and back to its original form. He’s also managed to amass more Cma awards than any other entertainer to this date and is considered by many to be one of the biggest authorities in country music and one of the greatest entertainers alive. If you’re not

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Hollywood Actress Ann Mahoney Speaks Out on Body Shaming in New Podcast

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Just hours before hitting the red carpet in Los Angeles for the premiere of her latest movie “Same Kind of Different as Me,”actress Ann Mahoney launched her first podcast called “Eye of the Beholder.” Mahoney is known for her recent roles in “The Walking Dead” and “Bad Moms.” “Eye of the Beholder is a weekly podcast where I will try to get to the bottom of our body image issues. I will be talking to people of all ages, races cultures and genders and examining their perception of beauty. I struggle with the image: film and TV perpetuate as a ‘love

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- Raychel Harvey- Jones

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The Top Five Fictional Hamburgers in Movie History

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Movies have a knack for introducing fictional products sometimes that makes people want them despite the knowledge that no such thing exists. Sometimes though just the mention of it inspires someone to actually go out and, hopefully after gaining permission, open up their own business that sells that product. Now it might be that the film makers don’t want to give permission or ask for too much in royalties because they do in fact control the brand, but a lot of these film-inspired franchises just never make it as actual brands. It’s too bad too, some of them could do

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Better Things Renewed for Third Season

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Everything keeps on getting better as FX renewed its critically-acclaimed series for another season. This is the news that will surely delight the fans and hopefully makes their day better as they read this. As one critic said, the show is a “challenging, deeply rewarding, and ultimately miraculous experience.” The network has renewed Better Things for a third season. The show, co-created by and starring Pamela Adlon, centers on Sam Fox (Adlon), a single, working actor with no filter raising her three daughters, Max (Mikey Madison), Frankie (Hannah Alligood) and Duke (Olivia Edward) in Los Angeles. She’s mom, dad, referee

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- Michael Baculinao

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about City Slickers

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The weekend warriors, the dimestore cowboys, the city slickers, whatever you want to call them they’re the guys that come out and do minimal work for the sheer enjoyment of it and then go home to their high-priced lives and creature comforts while the real cowboys have to stay and do the hard stuff. It’s a funny movie however and shows that no matter how citified a person is there’s always a chance to show just how rough and tough you can be when the chips are down and you need to harden yourself a little. To be honest Billy

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- Wake

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