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It’s every actor’s dream to play a universal role, and the legendary Patrick Stewart may have won on that front once and for all. Stewart will voice Poop in this year’s animated The Emoji Movie, Sony announced on Thursday. SEE ALSO: 29 times Patrick Stewart was hands down the most awesome guy on Twitter The […]

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Your weekly emotion-fest isn’t going anywhere: NBC just renewed breakout freshman drama This is Us for not one, but two, new seasons. Each new season will have a minimum of 18 episodes, so that means fans will be getting at least 36 new episodes to cry at/with. SEE ALSO: ‘This Is Us’ gives us a […]

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The new Star Trek ship seems to be having some trouble getting out of the hangar. Star Trek Discovery, a star-crossed project that was set to premiere on CBS’ digital “All-Access” platform in May, has had its launch window delayed indefinitely, according to CBS.  SEE ALSO: A ‘Walking Dead’ favorite is the new lead on […]

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It’s back, honey! Will and Grace is officially returning to NBC for a 10-episode revival, the network announced Tuesday.  Stars Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally are all signed on to return, in addition to creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, who will once again executive produce and serve as showrunner on […]

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Michelle Obama has two days left in the White House, and she’s using them to make us cry. On Wednesday morning FLOTUS shared an adorable (and super sad) video on Twitter of her taking a final, memorable stroll through the place she called home for the last eight years. SEE ALSO: Let us now remember […]

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Lin-Manuel Miranda won’t throw away another shot at playing his musical incarnation of Alexander Hamilton.  The Hamilton creator and original star tweeted on Tuesday that he would be honored to reprise his role for Oscar López Rivera, a Puerto Rican nationalist whose sentence was just commuted by President Obama. SEE ALSO: Obama commutes majority of […]

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It was the last full week before the Dark Times. Before the Trumpire.  But as the world held its breath, thousands of Star Wars fans from around the world had paid top dollar months ago to book a weeklong Star Wars-themed Caribbean cruise aboard Disney’s equivalent of a Star Destroyer, the Fantasy — and they […]

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Warning: The inauguration-inspired playlist you are about to hear is extremely bad. We apologize in advance. You have Donald Trump to thank for this attack on your ears, however, because after struggling hardcore to book A-List entertainment for the main event, the president-elect was able to convince to the following big(ly) names to perform at […]

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These rascals race to new furious heights in an all new trailer mix episode. And this mash-up of these two beloved family-friendly action films could totally be the next blockbuster hit. To see the almost impeccable accuracy of the two trailers, watch the side-by-side comparison. Visit CineFix for more episodes and movie-related content. Lake freezes […]

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Few books characterize the quiet isolation of winter quite as well as Stephen King’s classic physiological thriller The Shining. The Shining tells the tale of a family — the struggling writer Jack, his wife Wendy and their psychic son Danny — stranded at a secluded hotel in the dead of winter. But soon, as Danny […]

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It makes sense that the man who ran for President with the slogan “Make America great again” would pursue reelection with “Keep America Great.” Unfortunately for Donald Trump, that slogan was already used in 2016 by the great folks behind The Purge: Election Year. SEE ALSO: The Obamas donated their swing set because the Trumps […]

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Gabe Newell, president and co-founder of Valve Corporation, participated in a Reddit AMA Tuesday, hinting at a brand new single player game and sharing other nuggets that we’ve highlighted below. Answering Redditors’ questions, Newell confirmed Valve is working on at least one fully-fledged single player game. Newell also mentioned the existence of some “unannounced products” […]

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The classic book, written by Anthony Burgess, was adapted for the screen and directed by Stanley Kubrick. The film rose to critical acclaim but contained major thematic changes in the transition from page to screen. Visit CineFix for more episodes and movie-related content. This short film about a teenage mother is pure ‘heartbreak’ Dog is […]

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