The Behind the Scenes Pic of the Day: From the Making of William Friedkin’s The Exorcist!

The Exorcist might be the scariest movie ever made, but this behind the scenes picture is super cute!

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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Today’s behind the scenes image is another fun one, which is weird because it’s from a super scary movie. It’s hard to express how cute this photo is when I say it features William Friedkin and Linda Blair on the set of The Exorcist, but when you see it you’ll know how damn right I am!
This is a super-adorable pic of a director and his star and feels timely not just because of Halloween being just around the corner but because of The Exorcist TV show hitting its groove.
Here’s the pic:

See, told ya’ it was cute! Tomorrow’s pick will swallow your soul! See ya’ then!
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Charli XCX – “After The Afterparty” (Feat. Lil Yachty)

Charli XCX - "After The Afterparty" (Feat. Lil Yachty)Charli XCX has intimated that her next album will be her poppiest yet, and last week’s 90-second preview of “After The Afterparty” affirmed that her continued efforts to repeat the success of “Boom Clap” do not conflict with her longtime objective of releasing fun, forward-thinking music. Now the whole song has arrived, complete with … More »

Senate to Hold Dec. 7 Hearing on Merger of AT&T and Time Warner (Not the Cable Company)

The Senate Judiciary Committee announced a Dec. 7 hearing on the proposed merger of AT&T with Time Warner, but the initial announcement appeared to confuse just what companies are involved in the deal. The hearing before the antitrust subcommittee is to include the CEOs of both companies — Randall Stephenson of AT&T and Jeff Bewkes… Read more »

‘Bye Bye Birdie Live!’ With Jennifer Lopez Set at NBC

NBC has set its next live musical — “Bye Bye Birdie,” with Jennifer Lopez on board to star. Lopez will executive produce with Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Benny Medina, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, and her company Nuyorican Productions will produce with Universal Television. Harvey Fierstein will write the television adaptation. The special will air in 2017…. Read more »

NBC Plans ‘Bye Bye, Birdie’ For 2017 Live Musical Presentation

NBC’s 2017 live holiday musical presentation: Bye Bye Birdie, which will star Jennifer Lopez as Rosie.
NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt just made the announcement at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills. This will be NBC’s fifth consecutive live musical, following The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, The Wiz, and the upcoming Hairspray.
Lopez also will executive produce the live presentation, with Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Benny Medina, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron…


Think There Are Any Jack White Records Hidden In These Chairs?

Jack WhiteApparently, Jack White has always loved excessively complex record packaging. Before the White Stripes took off, White upholstered furniture — as a teenager, he apprenticed for a Detroit upholsterer named Brian Muldoon, with whom he had a band called the Upholsterers, and he even ran his own shop, Third Man Upholstery, for a … More »

Lena Dunham Wants to Show Trump the Patrick Wilson Episode of ‘Girls’

The final season of “Girls” doesn’t premiere until next year, but creator Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner are already quantifying their tear volume in terms of lakes and rivers. Konner, Dunham and HBO VP of original programming Kathleen McCaffrey took the stage at the New York TV Festival creative keynote at the SVA Theater in… Read more »

HBO Boss Casey Bloys on Post-AT&T Outlook, What’s Next for ‘Westworld,’ ‘The Night Of’

Casey Bloys, HBO’s president of programming, assembled the employees in the network’s Santa Monica offices Thursday in order to address the topic on many minds in Hollywood: the proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger. According to those present, he noted that AT&T executives are pleased with the performances of Warner Bros., HBO and Turner and consider retaining top executives and… Read more »

Paramount Teases Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence,’ ‘Ghost in the Shell’

Paramount is back! At least that was the message studio chief Brad Grey tried to convey Thursday night at a slate preview for members of the media at Viacom’s corporate headquarters in New York. It was a night that boasted sneak peeks at upcoming releases such as Denzel Washington’s “Fences,” Martin Scorsese’s “Silence,” and Robert… Read more »