‘Mission: Impossible 6’: Henry Cavill Shares a Photo of His “Fashionable Nipple Attachments”

Filming on Mission: Impossible 6 is still underway, which means we’ll continue to get a steady stream of glorious photos from the production. The latest one comes to us courtesy of Henry Cavill, mid-stunt, who points out that his harness looks like “fashionable nipple attachments”: Aside from my fashionable nipple attachments this didn’t feel so bad. Turns out that behind me is a 1980ft almost sheer drop. I say “turns out” but my adrenaline was extremely aware of it at the time! Seriously though, I am so appreciative of all the incredible places that this movie has …

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Cort Lane on ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Season 2 Finale and What’s Ahead for Season 3

Spoiler alert for folks who haven’t caught up with the animated Guardians of the Galaxy series or want to go into the Season 2 finale cold this weekend.  Arriving this Sunday morning on Disney XD (and associated apps) is the Season 2 finale of Marvel Animation’s Guardians of the Galaxy. This season has taken the title team to some far-off and far-out destinations, putting them into conflict or cooperation with the likes of the Believers, the High Evolutionary, the Klyntar symbiotes, Asgardians, Nova Centurions, and many more, but the crux of Season 2 has been centered …

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Louis C.K.’s ‘I Love You, Daddy’ Film Release Canceled Following ‘NYT’ Report

Louis C.K.'s 'I Love You, Daddy' Film Release Canceled

I Love You, Daddy has officially been scrapped

Louis C.K. may be done for good.

Yesterday, the comedian canceled the NYC premiere of his new film I Love You, Daddy in anticipation of a report from The New York Times that collected the horrific stories of five women who alleged a gross pattern of sexual misconduct towards them. And today, the film’s distributor, The Orchard, has announced they’re pulling the plug on the film altogether, according to Variety.

READ: Five Women Accuse Louis C.K. of Sexual Misconduct in Damning New York Times Report Continue reading

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‘I Love You, Daddy’ Release Scrapped; HBO Drops All Louis C.K. Programming

While rumors have circulated for years regarding about popular comedian Louis C.K. sexually assaulting women, those rumors were reported yesterday in a New York Times story. Multiple women said that C.K. forced them to watch him masturbate and then they were strong-armed into staying silent. It’s a sickening story and the fallout has been immediate. The Orchard, which purchased C.K.’s new film I Love You, Daddy out of the Toronto International Film Festival for $5 million, has completely scrapped the release of the film, which was set to open in limited release next Friday. …

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Richard Linklater on ‘Last Flag Flying’ and the State of Filmmaking

Now playing in limited release is director Richard Linklater’s fantastic new film Last Flag Flying. Based on the novel of the same name by Darryl Poniscan, the film takes place in 2003 and follows three Vietnam War veterans played by Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell, and Laurence Fishburne who reunite under unfortunate circumstances. The son of Carell’s character has just been killed serving in the Iraq War, and instead of burying him at Arlington Cemetery, he enlists his veteran buddies to help bring the casket up the east coast to suburban New Hampshire. The other day I got to …

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