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Coming In 2015: “The Interview” Porn Parody

Coming In 2015: "The Interview" Porn Parody

Nothing screams freedom of speech like a good ol’ American parody porn film. Hustler boss Larry Flynt announced that he’s producing a parody version of ‘The Interview’ as a response to the film being pulled from theaters amid threats by hackers linked to North Korea.

Sony’s move was criticized by President Barack Obama, as well as Hollywood A-listers like George Clooney and Sean Penn. But Hustler Video is not backing down. The parody, which is titled “This Ain’t The Interview XXX,” will be released first quarter of 2015. Read more on Huffington Post Weird News…

10 Ways To Win Her Back If You’re A Dude In A Rom-Com

10 Ways To Win Her Back If You're A Dude In A Rom-Com

In the sacred tradition of the American rom-com film, the romantic hero can get away with pretty much anything — so long as he redeems himself with one big, bold romantic gesture five minutes before the movie ends. Touched by his brave display of affection, the leading lady (And, let’s be real, it’s always a lady) will instantly forgive all his obvious shortcomings and collapse lovingly into his arms. Read more on Huffington Post Women…

 

To Promote “Taken 3,” Liam Neeson Will Endorse Your “Particular Set Of Skills” On LinkedIn

Liam Neeson is badass, and exactly the kind of person I would want to have my back should I find myself in trouble — or unemployed. The actor, who plays ex-CIA operative Brian Mills in the “Taken” movies is hosting a contest to promote “Taken 3,” giving fans the chance to have Brian Mills endorse their “particular set of skills.” Imagine the amount of profile views the winner will get from having Liam Neeson tell the world how proficient they are in Photoshop and Microsoft Excel. I WANT TO WIN.

To enter, all you have to do is follow this page on LinkedIn to be entered. The contest runs through December 23, and the winner will be announced the week of January 4, when Neeson will record the video for the lucky winner. [Mashable]

Lifetime Releases Trailer For Upcoming Whitney Houston Biopic

Lifetime Releases Trailer For Upcoming Whitney Houston Biopic

Lifetime is once again throwing their hat into the biopic arena. The network has released the trailer for the upcoming movie, “Whitney”, starring Yaya Alafia (“The Butler”) in the title role, which marks screen legend Angela Bassett’s directorial debut on Jan 17. The film will focus on Houston’s rise to stardom from her humble start in a New Jersey church choir, to becoming one of the world’s greatest and beloved singer and her romance to R&B bad boy Bobby Brown portrayed by “Into The Storm’s” Arlen Escarpeta. Read more on Hello Beautiful…

Got Issues? Avoid These Seemingly Innocuous Movies This Holiday Season

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We’ve all been there: you’re going through a rough patch in life and trying not to think about it. Your family is gathered together for the holidays and looking for a break between all the eating, so you all file into a movie theater or gather around the TV to watch a holiday classic. You thought you signed up to see something light or entertaining that has nothing to do with reality, and then out of nowhere, a depressing theme pops up. You find yourself bawling in your seat at the too-close-to-home scenario playing out onscreen. How did this happen!? The movie poster looked so cheerful! Now the rest of your day and maybe even the rest of your Christmas vacation are ruined. To help you escape this fate, I’ve put together a list of a few box office hits and annual holiday classics to avoid like the plague this season, grimly grouped by whatever tough spot you may be facing. Just stick with “Elf” and the Griswolds, friends! SPOILER ALERT: I’m going to tell you exactly what happens in every movie, so if you don’t want to know, don’t click! 

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Very Important PSA: “AHS: Coven,” “Crossroads” & Other New Netflix Offerings This Month

There are few things in the world that bring me more joy than watching Britney Spears poorly act and lip-sync in the 2002 chick flick “Crossroads.” It’s going to be a cold, cold winter, which is why I’m even more grateful that the awesomely horrible movies is one of the newest offerings on Netflix, in good company with fellow trainwrecks “Sharknado 2″ and “Jewtopia.” If you can’t find me this month, it’s because I will be curled up in my electric blanket watching Britney whine “I Love Rock & Roll” in a highway pitstop divebar.

To uphold my civil duty in assisting with your winter programming, check out the new movies and TV shows available on Netflix this month after the jump. What will YOU be watching? Keep reading »

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