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The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020) [Slasher/Comedy]

2020.09.12 00:55 madtwrecks The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020) [Slasher/Comedy]

In this sequel to The Babysitter (2017), we rekindle with a 16 yo Cole (Judah Lewis), 2 years after facing Bee and her gang, now in high-school and being bullied because no-one believes his story – petty much back where he was in the beginning of the first movie, all his maturing vanished – neither his parents nor his best friend, Melanie (Emily Alin Lind) – who is a bit a bitch now, btw –, dating dumb jock Jimmy (Maximilian Acevedo), who bullies Cole in front of her and who has two friends (one boy, one girl) whose only purpose is to advance the plot (can’t even remember their names). After a few minutes of being introduced to Cole's present hell, we get to meet another new character, Phoebe (Jenny Ortega), a cute and badass girl with a troubled past. After Cole learns his parents want to send him to a psychiatric high-school (is that even a real thing?), Melanie convinces him to ditch school (yes, Melanie changed so much within the space of 2 years that she now ditches school every Thursday and Friday), and they are joined Jimmy and those 2 in going to a lake nearby. In the lake, and I will not spoil anything from now on, they are joined by our crazy friends (Bella Thorne, Robbie Amell, Andrew Bachelor, and Hana Mae Lee, besides Samara Weaving’s, our beloved Bee, cameo) of last time in a twist very much like the old one.
Sme of the old fun killing is still there, but most of it is exactly the same, so it gets repetitive and the effects aren’t that great (not that big of an issue, though). The soundtrack is awesome: we get The Cramps, Tangerine Dream, Jefferson Airplane, Focus, and Queen (Killer Queen, obviously), among others. Every actor does their job well. The most important bit, however, the plot: it is simply atrocious; while everyone here can definitely agree that The Babysitter was never a work of art, it had at least some heart and soul beyond the killing, but the attempt at providing it with heart and soul this time around is cheesy (as bad as an expired mozzarella); the twists, oh dear, not only those are awful, but they ruin all that was achieved in the first one.
Honestly, I didn’t expect much of it – I actually expected it to be bad, as is the case with most sequels – but I still felt disappointed, disheartened even. You’ll probably have a few laughs, though, and during the pandemic I’m sure most of us need it, but I doubt anyone who liked the first one as more than just another slasher comedy can really appreciate what they’ve done this time around.
The Babysitter: Killer Queen
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2020.06.29 03:20 Frozeded Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster

Hey gang!
Welcome to our monthly movie discussion thread! Sorry it's a couple days late! Let's all settle in and discuss the follow-up to the previous Made-For-TV Film, Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins:

Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster

Original Air Date: March 1, 2011
Synopsis: Off to a resort with summer jobs, the gang stumbles onto a mystery when the Frog Monster of Lake Erie makes an unexpected appearance, scaring away all the guests.
  • Scooby-Doo: Frank Welker
  • Shaggy Rogers: Nick Palatas
  • Fred Jones: Robbie Amell
  • Daphne Blake: Kate Melton
  • Velma Dinkley: Hayley Kiyoko
Further Listening (Podcasts about this Movie):
  • Scooby Dos and Scooby Don'ts - Mystery 376: link
Check out the sidebar for our full discussion schedule, as well as links to previous discussions! A new discussion schedule will be posted for July/August very soon! Take care of yourselves!
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2020.05.31 05:23 tonnie_taller Netflix’s Space Force Ending Explained: What’s Next For General Naird

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The first season of the Netflix series_ Space Force _ended in a cliffhanger for General Naird. The latest series from Greg Daniels and Steve Carell brought comedy, but it also presented interesting social commentary. Carell also starred as the Netflix comedy’s central character, General Mark Naird, the leader of the newest branch of the military forced to make a very difficult decision by the end of the season. Though the series tried to tie up loose ends, many new questions arose before the finale ended on a cliffhanger.
Based on the sixth branch of the U.S. Armed Forces, _Space Force_followed a 4-star general from the Air Force as he was forced to relocate to a base in Colorado to run an entirely new operation. Since Mark spent his career in the military, there was a major disconnect between him and his scientists, including the team’s lead, Dr. Adrian Mallory (John Malkovich). There was also an extra amount of stress stemming from his home life with an unhappy teenage daughter, Erin (Diana Silvers), and a wife, Maggie (Lisa Kudrow), currently serving decades in prison.
Related: Netflix’s Space Force Cast Guide: Where You’ve Seen The Actors Before
The Space Force’s first handful of missions served as a focus of season 1, as well as the issues they encountered with funding, the administration, and tension among other nations. In time, Mark opened his mind when it came to understanding the scientific side of their missions. He also realized that many government officials weren’t on the same page with the base’s vision. Season 1 then concluded with the main character in the midst of an internal conflict that will have inevitable consequences no matter what he does next.
Despite being chosen as the first Chief of Space Operations, General Naird never had full control over the branch. He may have made key decisions when it came to launches and operations but the President and his administration were waiting to jump in the second Mark hesitated in obeying orders. This was presented when the administration turned to the private sector in hiring Edison Jaymes (Kaitlin Olson), the tech guru, to put a better spin on Space Force’s missions. When the Chinese team interfered with the United State’s mission, all bets were off in peacefully occupying the moon.
China already sabotaged the first rocket launch after taking off the panels on Space Force’s satellite. They further hurt relations after using a rover to run over the American flag on the moon. Many military officials and members of the public wanted a swift retaliation. Mark was ordered to send his team on the moon to attack the Chinese base. After much internal debate, Mark realized an attack was not the best option. He explained that people often forget the past and wind up making the same mistakes, like the case with wars. Arrogance wasn’t the way to go, so Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, General Kick Grabaston (Noah Emmerich), took over, arrested Mark, and forced the team on the moon to obey orders.
Before Mark was detained by the Air Force, he told the leader of the moon team, Angela Ali (Tawny Newsome), that he would be defying the orders. He also instructed the group to disassemble the guns and use the parts as other resources. When Grabaston took over the control room, the team no longer had weapons, so he encouraged them to gather wrenches. They then took two rovers and traveled to the Chinese base where they passed their inhabitants along the way.
Related: Why Space Force’s Reviews Are So Mixed
After successfully destroying the Chinese base by making it uninhabitable, the American Space Force hub expected to take in the Chinese astronauts as refugees. They happened to pass the Chinese team on the way back from their attack when they realized that the other group made a subsequent attack. The Space Force habitat was destroyed and the team was left wondering what to do next. Grabaston is certainly not the person to handle the scientific side of the situation. To make matters worse, head scientist Dr. Mallory was also detained. It was unclear if the rocket still functioned, but it’s likely that the team didn’t have the fuel or supplies to make it back to Earth.
While Mark was making the most difficult decision of his career, his teenage daughter was off making other tough choices. After feeling disconnected from her family, Erin made the irresponsible choice to get in a car with three male strangers. They drove her out to the desert to a sketchy property full of people doing drugs. Erin called her father for help, but since he was detained, she turned to Maggie. Of course, as her mother, Maggie wanted to help, but there wasn’t much she could do from jail. That didn’t turn out to be entirely true shortly thereafter.
Mark wound up breaking free from the restraints and escaping from the base in a helicopter. He rescued Erin just in time and the two witnessed a figure running in a field while wearing an orange jumpsuit. The figure turned out to be Maggie who escaped from jail with the help of the prison guard (and new lover), Louise. Maggie wanted to help Erin, but she didn’t seem to think beyond that step. Since Maggie went out of her way to escape, it’s unlikely that she will willingly go back to prison, especially since Louise will also get in trouble, ending the chance of their relationship. It will be interesting to see if Maggie remains on the run and if her family will help protect her freedom.
Mark never envisioned becoming the leader of the Space Force after he was made a 4-star general. He did what he had to do, but didn’t have many opportunities to follow his own voice. Mark did his part in defying an order which could be viewed as a war crime. But instead of running from the situation, Mark was put in a tough situation once his team on the moon was put in harm’s way. As Brad (Don Lake) indicated, Mark was given the choice of running or returning to assist, which would end up in the man being court-martialed. As he pondered the options, it looked as though Mark turned the helicopter around. Based on Mark’s morals and his past in the military, it’s unlikely that he will leave his team behind. That goes for his allies on the base and those on the moon. At the same time, Mark will make sure that Maggie and Erin are safe before making any further decisions.
Related: The Most Anticipated New TV Shows Of 2020
As a whole, _Space Force_was a satire poking fun the real-life branch of the military. There were many jokes aimed at government officials on both sides, but it predominantly pointed indirectly at the President and his administration. On a deeper level, the Netflix comedy focused on a man that had always played by the rules as a straight-laced general. When the time came, he recognized that military actions weren’t always the answer in global conflicts. He referenced that past wars are often forgotten before repeated mistakes are made. He didn’t want to make another disastrous mistake that could hinder the base’s missions for years to come.
The series also touched on why the scientific side of space missions is so crucial, as indicated by Dr. Mallory’s constant fight. He tried to persuade Mark about the importance of funding and how science can better the future. Though the series took this debate through a comical tone, there was a clear message presented through _Space Force_that many key leaders don’t take scientific research seriously enough. Space Force season 2 will surely continue these themes as it follows the next chapter of Mark and the base.
Next: Netflix’s Space Force Cast Guide: Where You’ve Seen The Actors Before
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2020.03.28 21:50 Frozeded Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins

Hey gang!
Welcome to our monthly movie discussion thread! Sorry it's a day late! I hope everyone is safe and well out there. Let's all settle in and discuss this Made-For-TV origin story about Scooby and the gang!

Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins

Original Air Date: September 13, 2009
Synopsis: The very first adventure of the Mystery Inc. gang; a mismatched quartet of unlikely teenage pals, uniting for the first time to solve the haunting of their high school.
  • Scooby-Doo: Frank Welker
  • Shaggy Rogers: Nick Palatas
  • Fred Jones: Robbie Amell
  • Daphne Blake: Kate Melton
  • Velma Dinkley: Hayley Kiyoko
Further Listening (Podcasts about this Movie):
  • That Groovy Scoobcast - Episode 42: link
  • Scooby Dos and Scooby Don'ts - Mystery 344: link
Check out the sidebar for our full discussion schedule, as well as links to previous discussions! A new discussion schedule will be posted for April very soon! Take care of yourselves!
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2019.12.05 03:18 Lessing (Almost) Every Romance TV and Movie Adaptation in the Works

UPDATED! 12/5/2019
Last week, did an article on every SFF adaptation in the works and I thought “why not do this for Romance?”
So here is to the best of my knowledge (almost) every Romance TV or movie adaptation in the works right now. I understand that “optioned” doesn’t equal “in development” but I wanted to include recently optioned titles anyway:

Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn
Optioned for: TV by Netflix
What it’s about: The adventures and romances of eight alphabetically named siblings in Regency England.
Status: Filming of the first season has finished. Release date expected in 2020.

Forbidden by Beverly Jenkins
Optioned for: TV by Sony Pictures in partnership with The Ripped Bodice
What it’s about: A free-born black woman goes West and forms a relationship with a man passing as white.
Status: Sony just acquired it in November 2019. No news yet of who will be producing or writing

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee
Optioned for: TV by Berlanti Productions
What it’s about: a bisexual British lord embarks on a grand tour with his best friend with whom he’s secretly in love.
Status: Matthew Barry is attached to write the script.

Virgin River series by Robyn Carr
Optioned for: TV by Netflix
What it’s about: A woman answers an ad to work as a nurse practitioner in the small town of Virgin River
Status: Set to premier on Netflix on December 6th, 2019

Sweet Magnolias by Sherryl Woods
Optioned for: TV by Netflix
What it’s about: The romances of three South Carolina women who have been best friends since high school.
Status: Casting and principal photography has started but no release date yet.

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
Optioned for: Film by Lionsgate
What it’s about: An econometrician on the autism spectrum turns to an escort for lessons in physical intimacy.
Status: Pilgrim Media Group won the screen rights in 2018 and will produce in collaboration with Lionsgate. No screenwriter is currently attached.

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
Optioned for: Film by BCDF Pictures
What it’s about: the rivalry between two office workers is complicated by their growing attraction
Status: In pre-production. Peter Hutchings will direct Christina Mengert’s adaptation (with notes by Sally Thorne). Robbie Amell and Lucy Hale will star as the leads.

A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole
Optioned for: Film by Frolic Media
What it’s about: A woman is courted by a disguised prince with the key to her past.
Status: Optioned in December 2018. No news yet of who will be producing or writing.

Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
Optioned for: Film by Amazon Studios
What it’s about: The son of an American President and royal prince fall in love.
Status: Ted Malawer is set to adapt.

Roomies by Christina Lauren
Optioned for: Film by Everheart Productions
What it’s about: A woman enters a marriage of convenience with an immigrant to help him achieve his dream.
Status: Andy Fickman will direct. Christian and Lauren are writing the script.

Intercepted by Alexa Martin
Optioned for: TV by G-Unit Films and Television
What it’s about: A woman breaks up with her Football player boyfriend and reconnects with the team’s new QB, a former one night stand.
Status: In development at Starz. La La Anthony is set to star at the lead. Heather Zuhlke has been tapped to write the script.

Kushiel’s Dart by Jacqueline Carey
Optioned for: TV by Lionsgate
What it’s about: A courtesan-spy stumbles upon a plot that threatens her homeland.
Status: While the project is not yet in the development stage, Carey told fans they are working toward a series on Starz.

Lore Olympus by Rachel Smythe
Optioned for: TV by The Jim Henson Company
What it’s about: A modern retelling of myth of Persephone and Hades
Status: The plan is to adapt it as an animated series. Doesn’t appear to be in development yet.

My Boyfriend is a Bear by Pamela Ribon (writer) and Cat Farris (artist)
Optioned for: Film by Legendary Entertainment
What it’s about: A woman finds love with a 500 pound American black bear.
Status: Ribon is attached to adapt the screenplay and will also exec produce.

Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton
Optioned for: Limited Series by Frolic Media
What it's about: After the death of her beloved grandmother, a woman travels to Havana to discover the roots of her identity.
Status: Chanel Cleeton tweeted last year that they're aiming to do a limited series but haven't seen any recent news about the adaptation.

Dirty Sexy Saint by Carly Phillips and Erika Wilde
Optioned for: Film by Passionflix
What it's about: Of all the bars in Chicago, she had to walk into his.
Status: premiers December 8th on Passionflix. Trailer out now.

Gabriel's Inferno by Sylvain Reynard
Optioned for: Film by Passionflix
What it's about: By day, he's a professor specializing in Dante and by night, he leads a life a pleasure.
Status: The leads have been cast and the film is in production, filming in New York.

The Will by Kristin Ashley
Optioned for: Film by Passionflix
What it's about: The reading of her grandmother's will brings together a woman and a retired boxer.
Status: The leads have been cast and the film is in production as of August 2019.

So what did I miss?
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2019.02.07 23:35 Tales_of_the_Trivial THE FLASH's Rejected Concepts & Storylines

Here's a collection of the concepts and storylines that were considered and ultimately not used for the show throughout five seasons. Feel free to add more.

- Barry uses his forensic abilities to determine his enemies’ weaknesses and defeat them. Changed so the rest of the team could have a more active role in the missions.
- Iris is a psychology student interning at CCPD as a junior criminal profiler. Changed to be closer to the comics.
- Eddie is a douchebag hotshot who dislikes Barry. He transferred to Central City after accidentally killing his partner and covering it up to protect his career. Changed as they thought making Barry’s rival a nice guy was a more interesting take.
- Caitlin is older, had a past relationship with Harrison Wells, and her not-so-dead boyfriend is Kyle Nimbus / The Mist. She was aged down to replace Hartley in the core trio, and her fiancé was changed into Ronnie Raymond / Firestorm to be closer to the comics.
- Hartley is part of the team, has a friendly rivalry with Cisco and is initially more concerned with salvaging his career than protecting the scene. Changed to streamline the cast. Caitlin took over his role.
- Joe is killed by the Mist in the pilot episode. Changed because Jesse L. Martin was just too awesome to waste.
- Snart and Rory are meta-humans. Changed to be closer to the comics.
- Dr. Light would be featured as a meta-human former S.T.AR. Labs scientist seeking revenge against Wells. Hartley likely took over his role.
- Barry and Caitlin would hook up. Changed after Grant Gustin suggested they sped up the Barry/Iris relationship.

- Zoom is Earth-2’s Barry Allen. Changed because the writers “fell in love” with the Jay Garrick / Hunter Zolomon twist. They still used most of E2 Barry’s original characterization for Hunter.
- Jay is not Zoom, but a roguish speedster from Earth-2 who joins forces with Barry to stop Zoom. They clash at first, but slowly become friends and Jay grows into a true hero. He would still hook up with Caitlin. Changed due to the Jay / Hunter twist.
- Patty was supposed to stick around, learn Barry’s secret identity, and join team Flash. She would’ve likely be promoted to the main cast in season 3.
- Iris would actually date her editor Scott Evans for a while, since Barry and Patty were not supposed to break up so soon.
- Ronnie was supposed to stick around, but had to be killed off and replaced by Jax when Robbie Amell couldn’t commit to Legends of Tomorrow.
- General Eiling was supposed to be a recurring antagonist for Firestorm, but was cut when Ronnie was killed and Stein and Jax moved to Legends of Tomorrow.
- Legends of Tomorrow was originally envisioned as a midseason show, and Snart and Rory were at one point supposed to come back to The Flash to keep assembling the Rogues.
- Mirror Master and Doctor Alchemy would be introduced as part of the Rogues storyline.
- The real Jay Garrick was originally planned to be Earth-3’s Eddie Thawne rather than Earth-3’s Henry Allen.

- The writers admitted they did not fully plan the season, resulting in many forgotten plot points like the S.T.A.R. Labs museum, Savitar’s plans for Jesse, the appearance of Accelerated Man, etc.
- Mirror Master and Top were meant to replace Snart and Rory as the leaders of the Rogues, but fans didn’t really respond to them, and Grey Damon was cast in a movie shortly afterwards and had to be written out, axing the New Rogues storyline.
- The Rival was at some point considered for a recurring role as Wally’s own speedster rival while Savitar would be Barry’s.
- Julian was supposed to struggle against Savitar's influence and the return of Doctor Alchemy throughout the season, but never really did after Team Flash freed him in the midseason finale.

- Julian was going to be promoted to main cast in season 4 before Tom Felton ultimately decided not to return.
- Ralph and Caitlin would get together, but Danielle Panabaker objected since Caitlin had already been involved with Jay/Hunter and Julian.
- Gypsy would recur throughout the season and stay with Cisco, but had to written out when Jessica Camacho was cast in another show.
- Jesse had to be written out due Violett Beane’s other commitments, and Wally was moved to Legends of Tomorrow shortly afterwards.
- Big Sir was supposed to return later in the season and figure into Devoe’s plans somehow, but never did.
- Tracy Brand was also supposed to return, but never did.
- Amunet was envisioned as a secondary antagonist with her own team of meta-human henchmen, but was slowly changed into more of an anti-hero with only one notable henchman, Norvok AKA Snake-Eye.
- There were rumors about a two-parter set in Earth-3, exploring Jay's backstory and introducing his mysterious female protege, but that didn't come through.

- There were rumors that Sue Dibny would be introduced as a digital influencer who teams up with Iris for a new project. Considering there's been a digital influencer (Spencer Young / Spin) and Iris is embarking on a new project (The Central City Citizen), there was probably some true to that.
- A deleted scene alluded to Weather Wizard reforming the Rogues with Ragdoll as his first recruit, which seems to have been dropped in favor of the Young Rogues formed by Weather Witch, Silver Ghost and Spin.
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2017.11.22 03:31 autobuzzfeedbot 25 Celebs You Probably Didn’t Notice In Your Favorite ’00s Disney Channel Shows

  1. American Horror Story star Evan Peters guest starred on Phil of the Future as the adorably awkward Seth Wosmer.
  2. Years before she starred in Girls Trip, Tiffany Haddish played Charlotte, a tour guide who taught Chelsea about carnivorous plants, on That's So Raven.
  3. Melissa McCarthy voiced the character of DNAmy, a geneticist obsessed with stuffed animals, on Kim Possible.
  4. Sandra Oh voiced news reporter Marsha Mitsubishi in several episodes of The Proud Family before Grey's Anatomy began.
  5. Before playing Jerry on Parks and Rec, Jim O'Heir guest starred on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody as Maynard's dad.
  6. Star Trek and Heroes star Zachary Quinto played a snooty film director on Lizzie McGuire.
  7. Octavia Spencer guest starred as Dr. Evilini, an evil wizard out to steal students' magic, on Wizards of Waverly Place.
  8. Solange Knowles voiced Penny's rich cousin Chanel in a few episodes of The Proud Family.
  9. If London's dog on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody sounded familiar that's because it was actually Emma Stone.
  10. The late great Debbie Reynolds lent her voice to Nana Possible, Kim's kick-ass grandmother.
  11. The Shannara Chronicles star Austin Butler went on a horrible blind date with Miley on Hannah Montana.
  12. Justin Baldoni starred as an attractive fencing instructor on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody before we started swooning over him on Jane the Virgin.
  13. Pretty Little Liars alum Lucy Hale guest starred as Justin's girlfriend Miranda on Wizards of Waverly Place.
  14. Before she was running with vampires on The Vampire Diaries, Kat Graham was Jackson's girlfriend on Hannah Montana.
  15. Glee star Naya Rivera endured one of Louis's many pranks on Even Stevens.
  16. Troy Gentile played Zack and Cody's nerdy friend Jeremy long before he joined The Goldbergs.
  17. Cyndi Lauper guest starred as Ms. Petuto, the gang's art teacher that sees potential in Chelsea, on That's So Raven.
  18. Rider Strong reunited with Boy Meets World co-star Will Friedle when he voiced Brick Flagg on Kim Possible.
  19. Before starring as Tom Garvey on The Leftovers, Chris Zylka played Gabe Lamotti on Hannah Montana.
  20. Anthony Anderson was making us laugh as Ray Ray Sr. on The Proud Family long before Black-ish.
  21. Before she starred on Friday Night Lights, Aimee Teegarden played Melissa, a girl Jackson takes on a horrible date, on Hannah Montana.
  22. Long before Scream Queens, Niecy Nash played the fake television psychic Madame Cassandra on That's So Raven.
  23. The Flash and X-Files reboot star Robbie Amell played Max, Casey's boyfriend, on Life With Derek.
  24. During her run on Gilmore Girls, Keiko Agena was also voicing Yori, one of Kim and Ron's friends, on Kim Possible.
  25. And finally, Selena Gomez guest starred in pretty much everything!
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2016.07.21 16:30 TrueFilmPro Top 10 Summer Blockbusters in 2016

Summer is in full swing and is kicking off with some amazing, long awaited blockbuster hits. Each film has its own fan following and reasons for being so highly anticipated, a majority of them being sequels to major hits or a new spin on some beloved classics, so let's begin True Film Production’s countdown, which is in no particular order, of the top ten most anticipated summer blockbusters of 2016. 10. Now You See Me 2
This sequel to Now You See Me is hitting theatres on June 10th and looks even more action-packed than the original. In this film, the Four Horsemen must once again pull off a truly mesmerizing heist in order to clear their names and take down an unethical tech genius. Audiences are excited to see this sequel because they expect to experience all the suspense and unpredictabilities that hooked us on the first film. There have been new characters added to the cast which may cause apprehension for people who got attached to the original cast but the new characters are played by veteran actors who can hold their own and make audiences forget about the missing characters.
  1. Jason Bourne
Another sequel for the Jason Bourne franchise coming to theatres on July 29th. It’s no wonder how this movie series has yet another sequel it’s action-packed and full of suspense, these films keep audiences on the edge of their seats and always guessing what will happen next. In this film, Bourne’s memory has been recovered and he is on a mission to uncover his past. Resuming the role of Jason Bourne is none other than Matt Damon himself supported by an all-star cast of actresses including Julia Stiles and Alicia Vikander. This film just like its predecessors is sure to wow audiences across the board.
  1. Star Trek Beyond
This series has been reimagined multiple times since the show’s original debut in 1966 and why not, there always seems to be something about outer space that gets audiences excited. The possibilities for imagination in this genre are endless. In this sequel to Star Trek Captain James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) and the rest of the Enterprise find themselves shipwrecked on an unknown alien planet, threatened by an alien race. To add even more excitement to the hype of the film's debut on July 22, this addition to the Star Trek franchise will mark the 50th anniversary of the show’s original air date in September 1996.
  1. Me Before You
Being the first non-sequel on the list let’s go into a little bit of detail about this film coming out June 3rd. Quirky and nieve 26-year-old Louise Clark (Emilia Clarke) has yet to find her “calling” in life, bouncing around from job to job to help support her family. Soon settling into her caregiver role to a recently paralyzed wealthy man named Will Traynor (Sam Claflin), the two but heads in the beginning but things seem to take a turn for the better throughout the movie as these two individuals help each other grow. The films anticipation is likely built from fans of the book and an amazing cast - we’ve listed the main actors listed above. There is no doubt this film will most definitely be the tear-jerker of the summer, just try and watch the trailer without tearing up.
  1. Ghostbusters
A remake with a modern twist! Our on July 15 nearly 30 years since the original film’s debut, the supernatural comedy has finally returned with an all female leading cast. Who just happen to be some of the funniest actors in Hollywood this all-star cast includes Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. This film’s anticipation stems from so many factors it’s difficult to say which one is affecting the movie’s hype most. Possibly the combination of it being a remake with some original cast members such as Bill Murray and Sigourney Weaver, or that they’re hilarious actresses in the four leading roles or that it’s simply a new twist to an old favorite. With all this anticipation towards the film we’re pretty sure it will be an instant classic just like the original.
  1. Suicide Squad
There have been promotions for this film for what seems like years! With the recent release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, DC has decided to build and expand on their universe with this highly anticipated film starring Jared Leto as the Joker, Will Smith as Deadshot and Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, finally premiering on August 5th. This movie will introduce and reintroduce some of DC’s most notable villains, who are tasked with saving the world. The reintroduction of the Joker, last played by the late Heath Ledger in the 2008 superhero action film The Dark Knight,­ is highly debated because of Leto’s crazy method acting antics and Ledger’s unforgettable portrayal before his untimely death ­of DC’s most iconic villain.
  1. The Legend of Tarzan
This is a new spin on the classic Tarzan myth we all know. In this story, Tarzan has been living happily with his wife Ms. Jane Porter, in London for some time - under the alias of John Clayton III, Lord Greystoke. Tarzan finds himself back in the Congo of Africa as a trade emissary of Parliament, only to realize that he is a pawn to a maniacal scheme. This film looks action-packed and full of suspense, making it a perfect summer hit. In addition to that, there is an all-star cast as Alexander Skarsgård plays Tarzan, Margot Robbie is the Tarzan lover Jane Porter and Christoph Waltz is the villainous Captain Rom. Audiences can all discover The Legend of Tarzan on July 1st.
  1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadow
Here we have another reboot series with high anticipation from audiences. This sequel to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has added some new characters along to their recurring character list. This new take on a classic focuses on the unlikely pizza loving superheroes and their master splinter along with allies April O’Neil - played by Megan Fox and Casey Jones - played by Arrow star Stephen Amell. They are once again up against Shredder and his new henchmen in order to save the city only to run into an even bigger threat. This action comedy will hit theaters on June 3rd.
  1. Finding Dory
This film has actually been in the works for years and audiences of all ages are more excited than ever that it’s finally coming out on June 17th. Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) a fish with short term memory loss is happily living with her friends Marlin and Nemo, but one day gets lost because she is trying to find her long-lost family. Nemo and Marlin go on an adventure to find Dory meeting new and old friends (and maybe enemies?) on the way, as Dory starts to uncover her past. If this is anything like Finding Nemo (which it most likely will be) it will be a heartwarming classic that everyone could enjoy. Hopefully with some key lines to take away like “fish are friends not food.”
  1. Independence Day: Resurgence
This film has actually been in the works for years and audiences of all ages are more excited than ever that it’s finally coming out on June 17th. Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) a fish with short term memory loss is happily living with her friends Marlin and Nemo, but one day gets lost because she is trying to find her long-lost family. Nemo and Marlin go on an adventure to find Dory meeting new and old friends (and maybe enemies?) on the way, as Dory starts to uncover her past. If this is anything like Finding Nemo (which it most likely will be) it will be a heartwarming classic that everyone could enjoy. Hopefully with some key lines to take away like “fish are friends not food.”
It’s seems safe to say that all these films will do well in the box office but, which one of these highly anticipated films will come out on top? Only one way to find out watch all ten and judge for yourself!
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2015.03.18 00:41 railwaycat S01E15 - 'Out of Time'

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The Weather Wizard appears in Central City to avenge his brother's death and targets Joe, who shot the man. Meanwhile, Cisco recalls the night when the team captured the Reverse Flash and realizes something doesn't add up; and Barry and Linda go on an awkward double date with Eddie and Iris.
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2015.03.15 05:01 Dark_Nowitzki Haley is Pregnant

Okay so I was convinced Haley would be pregnant in "Connection Lost" and while she did explain MOST of the signs away there is still the lingering issue of her strange eating habits and nausea.
Also in "Closet You'll Love It" her date at the fair is played by Robbie Amell (cousin of Arrow's Stephen Amell) who's career is taking off a bit right now.
It seems strange to waste a casting like that on a one off character with barely a minute of screen time.
My theory is that Haley is pregnant with Amell's characters child, He will flake but Andy will choose to be with Hayley anyway since he is such an established nice guy on the show.
TLDR: Haley is pregnant and Andy stays with her even though it's not his baby.
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2015.02.04 01:07 railwaycat S01E12 - 'Crazy For You'

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Caitlin takes Barry out to a local karaoke bar to help them both find new loves. Caitlin strikes out but Barry meets a sports reporter and asks her out for a date. Meanwhile, Cisco considers Hartley's dangerous offer; and the team search for Shawna, a meta-human with teleportation powers who just busted her boyfriend out of Iron Heights.
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2014.03.17 18:14 Dorkside [Spoilers] Robbie Amell teases Cassandra's return, a Rocky moment, and his biggest fight scene to date

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