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Lupita Nyong'o, Laverne Cox, Ben Kingsley to Appear in 'Lip Sync Battle' Season 3

“Lip Sync Battle” is back with brand new talent and tunes.

The reality competition show released a promo for the upcoming third season, paying homage to Michael Jackson and his song “Beat It.” The clip features host LL Cool J and series commentator Chrissy Teigen reenacting Jackson’s iconic music video, while facing off with the “Lip Sync Battle” dancers. 117 more words

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The Jungle Book (2016)

In 1967, Rudyard Kipling’s collection of stories was adapted to what we know as the musical animated film “The Jungle Book”. Almost 50 years later, Jon Favreau makes a valiant effort to replace the original’s charm with a live-action adaptation that tries (and mostly succeeds) in staying true to the animated version. 177 more words

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Ben Kingsley & Nevision Team For 'Cousin Bazilio'

EXCLUSIVE: Independent producer Nevision has teamed with Ben Kingsley’s banner Lavender Pictures to co-develop new drama series Cousin Bazilio, based on the 1878 book by Portuguese novelist by Eca de Queiroz. 188 more words

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Shutter Island vs. Stonehearst Asylum

The inmates are running the asylum, and an outsider has come knocking.

These are films of doubt, pretence, perception of reality, questions of the mind, and where exactly one draws the line between the sane and the insane. 797 more words

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Uncle Bardie's Movie of the Week: Mowgli and the Gang

Once a week on Monday, Uncle Bardie shares a movie with his Readers he gives a big two thumbs up. It will simply be a short excerpt or a trailer. 412 more words

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The Jungle Book Movie Review

Nearly four decades after Disney told the tale of Mowgli’s adventures in animated form, the studio continues its retellings of their catalogue in mostly CG form with The Jungle Book. 364 more words

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Movies I Almost Missed...

There are so many GEMS out there, for many reasons, I almost didn’t see. A fair chunk I had passed by because of who the “stars” were. 622 more words

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