‘The Carmichael Show’ Star On Tonight’s Donald Trump Fueled Finale, Bill Cosby’s Trial, Season 3 & “Big Picture” NBC

SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of tonight’s The Carmichael Show Season 2 finale.
Wrapping up its second season tonight, The Carmichael Show continued its proposition of staying topical and straddling the great contemporary American divides. Early on in its 13-episode run, the Jerrod Carmichael co-created and starring series took on Bill Cosby and the allegations by over 50 women that the actor drugged and sexually assaulted them over the decades.
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Beth Orton Removes “1973” Video With Spray-Painted Joshua Tree

Beth Orton Removes "1973" Video With Spray-Painted Joshua TreeBeth Orton has come under fire for her music video for “1973,” one of the tracks off of her new album Kidsticks. As Billboard reports, the desert-set video, directed by photographer Tierney Gearon, shows Orton spray painting a cholla cactus and a Joshua tree, which is protected by the U.S. government. In … More »

So you saw X-MEN: APOCALYPSE – wanna see how they did the Quicksilver Sequence, ain’t just CG!

Love when you see how somethings are practical and even more amazing than you thought!

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Hey folks, Harry here…  I really really dug X-MEN: APOCALYPSE…  but then I really like the progression these films have taken since X-MEN FIRST CLASS…  where we’re starting to get costumes and more interesting villainry.  QUICKSILVER having been introduced in the last film, is given another fantastic showcase sequence in X-MEN: APOCALYPSE – and while many probaby thought the “Extraction” sequence was just a total mess of CG, but instead – watch what they do with the PHANTOM CAMERA SYSTEM, it’s really really remarkable tech.   Check out this… too short…  Making of Featurette!

Isn’t that nifty as can be?  If you haven’t seen the film yet, get out there.  I’m seeing a lot of fans loving it.  Many still feel X2 is the best of the SINGER run, but that has Halle Berry as Storm…   seeing the role recast just fills me with joy – and even though she’s still not in the Savanna of Africa being the Goddess she’s meant to be, she’s at least got her mohawk!  
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‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Tops Foreign Box Office

Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass” topped the foreign box office, earning a respectable $65 million this weekend from nearly 80 foreign territories. However, the fantasy adventure is still staring at a write-down after bombing domestically, where it earned a meagre $28.1 million in its opening weekend. By the time it ends its run, the… Read more »

TNT: NBA Western Conference Finals Game 6 Coverage A Ratings Slam Dunk

Whether you were a relieved Golden State Warriors fan or an increasingly worried supporter of the Oklahoma City Thunder who may or may not be nursing a serious depression hangover after game six of the NBA Western Conference finals, you definitely weren’t alone. According to TNT, its exclusive coverage of last night’s game was the network’s most-watched NBA Western Conference game six of all time.
The Warriors/Thunder match up averaged 10.8 million total viewers and a…

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Korea Box Office: ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Debuts on Top

Fox’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” opened in top spot at the Korean box office on Wednesday (May 25). Debuting on 1,258 screens nationwide, the Marvel-based superhero film earned $11.5 million from 1.63 million admissions over five days. The score is slightly lower than “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” which made $13.3 million from 1.91 million admissions in… Read more »

China Box Office: ‘Alice’ Looks at $26 Million Opening

Hollywood movies occupied the four top spots at the Chinese box office over the weekend, but their scores and the combined cumulative performance were on the low side of ordinary by recent standards. “Alice Through The Looking Glass” opened in top spot with a three day weekend total of $26.3 million, deposing “The Angry Birds… Read more »