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Looks like Bethenny Frankel won’t be returning to RHONY as a full-fledged cast member any time soon—but her fans can still get excited. Despite an initial re…
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Bravo heads to the Big Apple with The Real Housewives of New York City, featuring an elite and powerful set of New York socialites as they juggle their careers and home lives with busy calendars packed with charity fund-raising galas, the social whirl of the Hamptons, and interviews for elite private schools.
Take an up-close and personal look into the most exclusive areas of New York where private chefs, au pairs, front row seats at Fashion Week, and Hamptons estates are part of everyday life with The Real Housewives of New York City Seasons 1 & 2, featuring every episode from the first two seasons, plus the Reunion Specials, The Lost Footage and deleted scenes.
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There’s no telling how Sin City: A Dame To Kill For will work as a film, but as an impersonation, it is clearly top notch: this thing looks and sounds exactly like the original, but somehow more so. The ridiculously noir-styled visuals and dialogue have unmistakably returned, and now there are, unbelievably, even more angry, craggy faces to match the similar rise in scantily-clad babes. I mean, jeez, when you’re looking for a weathered duffelbag head, a gravelly voice, and single slit of pearly whites revealing nefarious intent beneath a cartoon villain mustache, traditionally you go with either Powers Boothe OR Stacy Keach. This has both! Whatever expense has been saved on color correction and actual backgrounds has clearly been blown on sinister motherfuckers.
Good news if you like ridiculously artificial-looking worlds spattered in vivid reds: there are some new posters for Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City sequel, A Dame To Kill For. Have a look below, but first know that the Grand Budapest one is a motion poster. Don’t let the movement and sound panic and frighten you.
Shawshank Redeption director and Walking Dead creator Frank Darabont’s new show–first called L.A. Noir, then Lost Angels, before finally being dubbed Mob City so it would sound most like a knock-off Facebook game–has premiered its first teaser. The six-episode series airs on TNT starting December 4, and stars Walking Dead‘s Jon Bernthal, Neal McDonough, Ed Burns, and, from this trailer, apparently Simon Pegg as the cops and criminals fighting for Los Angeles in the years after the second World War. As we now know, the territory was eventually ceded to a human-like alien race of stretched faces and drastic proportions, but this could be an interesting history lesson nonetheless. Here’s the sneak peek:
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