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Daily Archives: October 18, 2017

How Tim Burton's Superman Movie Was Almost Revived

Since the release of Superman: Doomsday in 2007 (also based on The Death of Superman arc), DC Comics has regularly been releasing direct-to-video animated movies that range from direct comics storyline adaptations to original narratives. Michael Jelenic didn’t state why DC decided to pass on animating Tim Burton’s Superman Lives after he made the above revelation at New York Comic-Con ...

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Donna Karan ‘hadn’t been paying attention’ when she praised Harvey Weinstein

Donna Karan has remained in Los Angeles since her role in the Weinstein story erupted. On Friday afternoon, she spoke on the phone with WWD’s executive editor Bridget Foley. She couldn’t fully explain the “asking for it” comment, saying that she can’t believe those words came out of her mouth. That they d… ENTERTAINMENT – Los Angeles Times

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DJ Khaled Blessed The TRL Dance Floor With His Moves

DJ Khaled happened to be in town for the TIDAL X Hurricane Benefit Concert, so he dropped by the TRL studio to fulfill some of his Godfather duties. In addition to telling us everything that goes down backstage at events, Khaled also crashed the most insane dance battle of all time. Rather than stand idly by and watch three chosen ...

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Waiting For The End In Alaska

In Alaska, they save the best for last. Whether it’s the final boat tour of a glacier, the last nights in a cabin outside a remote national park, or the final Inside Passage cruise of the season, the Last Frontier loves its endings. It’s not as if the state breathes a collective sigh of relief as the tourists leave in ...

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Sam Claflin and Laura Haddock Expecting Baby No. 2

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Congratulations are in order for Hunger Games actor Sam Claflin and his wife, Laura Haddock, who are expecting their second child together! Haddock debuted her baby bump on Monday, at the U.K. launch of Birks Jewellery, in London.WATCH: Sam Claflin Opens Up About Experiencing Body Shaming on Set: ‘I Felt Like a Piece of Meat’ ...

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'Only the Brave' Review: Josh Brolin & Co. Bring Heat, Humanity to Firefighter Drama

If you’ve been to the movies any time over the last century, you’re familiar with men like Eric Marsh. They’re hard-ass guys, often stoic but capable of being sensitive and, in rare cases, prone to sentimentality. Their flaws and temper-flares are balanced out by their virtues: staunch professionalism, a salt-of-the-earth nobility, an almost stubborn loyalty to their men. The kind ...

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