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A Zombie Apocalypse Survival Reality Show Is Coming to BBC

Anyone who's ever watched "The Walking Dead" and wondered what they'd do if faced with a zombie apocalypse now has a chance to live out that scenario: The BBC is launching a reality show about surviving an (entirely fictional) undead plague.The show, straightforwardly titled "I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse," will focus on eight people who are trapped in a mall and set upon by "zombies," a.k.a. ac » Read More
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The 'Leprechaun: Origins' Trailer Promises 'a Horror Icon Will Be Reborn'

A reboot of campy horror flick "Leprechaun" has been in the works for a while now, and at long last, the film has a trailer.In the first promo for "Leprechaun: Origins," a young group of friends touring the remote Irish countryside get more than they bargain for when they venture into a quaint village and are promptly terrorized by the film's titular mystical -- and in this case, murderous -- cre » Read More
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Game of Thrones Spoilers: Jon Snow Is Now “A Dead Man Walking”

At the end of Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 9, “The Watchers on the Wall,” Jon Snow (Kit Harington) made the decision to venture beyond the Wall to meet with Mance Rayder, and kill him. It’s a suicide mission. As Sam points out, even if Jon gets to Mance, and kills him, he will also be killed. Jon knows this, but after everything that’s just happened, he just doesn’t seem to care. “He’s a de » Read More
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Usher defends Justin Bieber: 'He's not a racist'

Usher says protegé didn't understand "negative power and degradation" of slur. » Read More
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The Singing Nun Who Won Italy's 'The Voice' Will Make Your Day (VIDEO)

A little while ago the video of a singing Italian nun, competing on Italy's version of "The Voice" and belting out a soulful rendition of Alicia Keys' "No One" made the rounds and probably made your mom really happy. Well guess what? She won the whole damn thing last night -- and she was wearing all of her gear and everything. Yes, just like Whoopi Goldberg in "Sister Act," except that Whoopi was » Read More
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Justin Bieber issues apology for use of racist language

Justin Bieber has issued an apology for the use of racist language. Check out his explanation for his actions and see what you think.http://www.hitfix.com » Read More
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Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets review: A life in the day

Florian Habicht gives a tender, intimate take on the band and their fans. » Read More
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'A Walk Among the Tombstones' Trailer: Liam Neeson Goes Dark. Very Dark. (VIDEO)

The trailer for "A Walk Among the Tombstones" is further proof that Liam Neeson isn't afraid to tap into his dark side.Opening September 19, "A Walk Among the Tombstones," based on the 1992 Lawrence Block novel of the same name, sets unlicensed private investigator Matt Scudder (Neeson in this movie, Jeff Bridges in 1986's "8 Million Ways to Die") on a mission to find the men who murdered the wif » Read More
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Ozzy Osbourne: 'The Beatles changed my life'

The 65-year-old wishes that he had written the song 'I Am the Walrus'. » Read More
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Weekend Box Office: 'Maleficent' Opens Big, 'A Million Ways' Fires a Blank

Disney's "Maleficent" cast a strong spell at the box office with a $70 million debut.Featuring Angelina Jolie's first live-action starring performance in years, "Maleficent" beat forecasts to easily top all films over the weekend. The PG-rated Disney release is a darker twist on "Sleeping Beauty," told from the villain's perspective.Seth MacFarlane's Western comedy "A Million Ways to Die in the » Read More
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'A Million Ways to Die in the West' Review: 10 Things to Know About Seth MacFarlane's Western Comedy

The comedy Western is a notoriously tricky genre to tackle, with only a few filmmakers (usually masters like Mel Brooks or Quentin Tarantino) actually able to pull it off. In recent years, big-budget Westerns, released in the summer, have even more difficulty getting off the ground -- just ask the makers of "Cowboys & Aliens" and "The Lone Ranger." (Is it still "too soon" to talk about "Wild » Read More
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'A Million Ways to Die in the West' Review: By the Numbers

Writer/director Seth MacFarlane trades in a foul-mouthed CGI teddy bear for an equally foul-mouthed sheep farmer (how's that for range?) in his new Western comedy, "A Million Ways to Die in the West." This is a movie that aims to be a modern-day "Blazing Saddles" and succeeds -- well, as far as copying that film's opening credits font, at least.In addition to directing, co-writing, and producing » Read More
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