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Disney Just Unveiled The Coolest 'Star Wars' Toy Ever!

9/4/2015 5:01pm EDT
Millennium Falcon Drone: Disney's Newest, Hottest 'Star Wars' To
Ready for Star Wars toys? Oh, who are we kidding. We’re always ready for Star Wars toys. According to Maxim, the newest Star Wars must-have to hit the market is a remote-controlled Millennium Falcone drone. We’re guessing that thing’s going straight to the top of quite a few Christmas lists.

The official reveal of the toy made a massive impact. And it was capture entirely on video. Check it out below.

According to Yahoo, this mini Millennium Falcon is made of “high density foam” and is entirely crash-proof (smart move- drones crash real easy) and can be controlled from up to 200 feet aw...
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Emily Ratajkowski Is Done With 'Blurred Lines'

9/4/2015 1:00pm EDT
Emily Ratajkowski
Emily Ratajkowski is tired of talking about going topless in the video for Robin Thicke's 2013 hit single "Blurred Lines."

The model-turned-actress tells InStyle UK that she wasn't "into the idea" of taking off her top for the video and now that she did it's become "the bane of my existence."

Ratajkowski, who starred in last year's "Gone Girl" as *spoiler alert* Ben Affleck's much younger girlfriend, adds, "When anyone comes up to me about 'Blurred Lines,' I'm like, 'are we seriously talking about a video from three years ago?'"

Emily credits her parents for teaching her not to be ashame...
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Forgotten Friday Flick – You’ll Enjoy The 1981 Classic 'La Chèvre'

9/4/2015 12:15pm EDT
Forgotten Friday Flick - 'La Chèvre'
Last Friday we checked out comedy via the US, so why not keep the laughs going with something a little more funny and French – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick! We’re ending this week with some bumbling idiot sight gag fun with a tale about an accident prone gal who goes missing and the equally inept investigators who try to track her down. It’s a hilarious tale of the blind leading the blind via the fabulous French farce…"La Chèvre!" (Translation – The Goat!)

The daughter of a wealthy business man named Marie has mysteriously disappeared while on vacation in Mexico and after seve...
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Why Was Sienna Miller Cut From Johnny Depp's 'Black Mass?'

9/4/2015 12:48am EDT
Sienna Miller 'Black Mass': Actress's Scenes Cut From Johnny Dep
Sienna Miller’s starring in the upcoming crime thriller Black Mass. Well... she was, anyway. According to Perez Hilton, the actress’s scenes were axed by director Scott Cooper, and now every last second of Miller is on the cutting room floor.

Black Mass stars Johnny Depp as the Irish-American mob killer Whitey Bulger, who killed 19 people for the Boston Irish mob and was also an informant for the FBI. Miller, on the other hand, was cast as “one of Bulger’s girlfriends while he was on the run,” before getting cut from the film. It seems Cooper was reviewing Miller’s footage and considered i...
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Movie Reviews: Four Indy Films To Check Out This Week

9/3/2015 11:15am EDT
Movie Reviews: 'Contracted: Phase II' / 'Bloodsucking Bastards'
Movies, movies, movies! For those who say there just aren’t enough movies being made and released, you’re looking in all the wrong places. Just this week there’s a slew of four new flicks to check out involving everything from zombie spreading diseases to office vampires, plus old school heists and even the resurrecting of wrestling icons. (Quite a diverse bunch, no?!) Check out the encapsulated for your convenience reviews of "Contracted: Phase II," "Bloodsucking Bastards," "Rififi" and "The Resurrection of Jake The Snake" below!

Title: "Contracted: Phase II"

Stars: 2

Genre: Hor...
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Stan Lee Knows The REAL Reason 'Fantastic Four' Flopped

9/3/2015 4:53am EDT
Stan Lee Says The New 'Fantastic Four' Movie Flopped Because He
Fantastic Four crashed and burned this summer- easily the biggest disaster of the season. And according to EW, lovable Marvel Comics’ mastermind Stan Lee has stepped in to explain just why director Josh Trank’s take on his classic was such an across-the-board disaster.

The reason? No cameo from Stan Lee, of course!

Lee’s response comes from an interview with Larry King in which the pair briefly touch on the demise of Fantastic Four. “The new Fantastic Four didn’t do great, and got a couple bad reviews” King says, rather judiciously. “How did you take that?”

“Well, it was probably because...
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Catch Up On Old Favorites On Netflix This September

9/1/2015 11:17am EDT
Netflix
As we head back to school, Netflix lightens up on its binge requirements, with only one new original series premiering: “Puffin Rock” is a Northern Irish animated import about avian sibling duo Oona and Baba exploring their titular island home. Netflix’s children’s programming does not get the same sort of buzz as a “Narcos” or a “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp,” but there is nonetheless a steadily growing roster of shows for the kids.

The lack of originals is convenient, as it allows for catch-up of old favorites that will be returning in the fall. Serendipitously, September’s...
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Andrew Garfield Gets Candid About His Terrible Experience With ‘Spider-Man’

9/1/2015 3:24am EDT
Andrew Garfield
Andrew Garfield was not the world’s most popular Spider-Man. But at least Garfield can admit that- and in a new interview with The Playlist, the actor (and former Peter Parker) delves into just why The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel were such weak sauce.

The secret? Trying to appeal to everyone, rather than just buckle down and make a solid Spider-Man movie.

“The pressure to get it right, to please everyone… it's not going to happen...You end up pleasing no one, or everyone just a little bit,” Garfield explained, venting his frustrations. “Like, ‘Eh, that was good.’ [The films are] mas...
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'We Are Your Friends' Tanks At The Box Office

8/31/2015 9:39am EDT
Box Office Flop: Zac Efron's 'We Are Your Friends' Had One Of Th
Zac Efron's latest film, "We Are Your Friends," debuted over the weekend with one of the worst wide-release openings in U.S. box office history.

The film took in a paltry $1.8 million in 2,333 theaters, making it the fourth-worst film debut since 1982, reports BoxOfficeMojo.com. There were predictions that the film would make $10 million over the weekend.

What films did worse? "The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure" (2012), "Delgo" (2008), and the "Saw" tenth anniversary release in 2014.

"We Are Your Friends" centers on an aspiring DJ who falls in love with his mentor's girlfriend ...
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Check Out 'Boulevard,' Starring Robin Williams, On Digital Now, DVD And Blu-ray Sept. 1

8/30/2015 6:50am EDT
Boulevard
In "Boulevard," Nolan Mack (Robin Williams) and his wife, Joy, wake up under the same roof each morning, their separate bedrooms underscoring the disparate worlds they're living in.

Nolan's disconnection carries on in his job at the bank, where even a promotion cannot seem to lift the emptiness that permeates his life.

His emotional journey begins to unfold when Nolan encounters a troubled young man. Nolan finds himself forced, for the first time, to confront the loneliness of his longtime marriage.

While bravely risking every relationship in his life, Nolan opens himself to an incredibl...
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