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Nicolas Cage ‘Left Behind’ Remake Looks Even Worse Than That Sounds in First Trailer

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Then writer-producer Paul Lalonde said, Let Us make a religious disaster film in Kirk Cameron’s image, after Mike Seaver’s likeness: and let it have dominion over discount DVD bins, and over Walmart checkout lanes, and over weird little Christian stores in the mall, and over every two-pack bundled with The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes.

So Lalonde created Left Behind in Kirk Cameron’s image, in the image of Mike Seaver created he it; Left Behind and Left Behind II: Tribulation Force created he them.

And Lalonde wrote and produced them, and Lalonde said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, like maybe with a third film, Left Behind: World at War.

And Lalonde saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. But maybe it could be a little better if Nicolas Cage were in it, so he started over with that in mind. Thus the heavens and the earth and the Left Behind remake were finished, and they look fucking terrible:

‘Dark Crystal’ Directors’ Cut Makes Everything Even Darker and Stranger Than Before

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Though you probably saw The Dark Crystal as a kid, and you possibly still bring it up whenever someone is just trying to mention something about Legend or Labyrinth, it turns out you’ve never seen the version Frank Oz and Jim Henson intended. Their original cut apparently didn’t test well with audiences, and the studio rightly worried it was a pretty confusing, freaky thing to show to children. So, like when they were forced to tone down Snuffleupagus’s swaying scrotum, Oz and Henson had to concede to tame their creation. Among other changes, they recut and redubbed the film, adding expository voice-overs and changing the Skeksis voices from a bizarre, made-up language to English, preventing those guy from just being absolute terrors.

But if you’re wondering what their original vision was like, now you can get a pretty good idea thanks to Christopher Orgeron. Picking up clues and footage from deleted scenes and an early workprint, he’s pieced together what at least comes closer to what was the directors’ cut, and you can watch the whole thing online. Gaze into your new nightmares below.

(via, thanks to Jaime)

FXX Has Pretty Much All ‘The Simpsons’ Episodes, Even If You Still Don’t Have FXX

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FXX is your new home for old Simpsons reruns–unless you’ve already got all the DVDs of the seasons you want, in which case you’re good.

In an agreement the network is describing as “the biggest off-network deal ever,” the fledgling cable channel has secured exclusive cable, on-demand, and non-linear rights to the longest-running comedy ever, giving FXX access to all seasons of the series beyond whatever season is currently in first-run on Fox. So starting next year, they get 24 seasons and 530 episodes; the next year after they get the 25th season, and so on. It’s being variously said it was a hugely competitive bidding war, and while exact financial details aren’t yet known, word is it’s going to end up being somewhere between $ 750 million and a cool billion. Of course, since Fox and FXX are divisions of the Fox Entertainment Group, it may seem like this is just a tale of money being shifted from one’s right pocket up to the little pocket above that. For the financial reasoning for why that isn’t entirely the case, please ask someone with a savings account.

Never even nominated

A look at some of our favorites who were never honored with an Emmy nomination 

Michael Caine Will Be in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’ and That Isn’t Even News

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Michael Caine–the sage, fatherly wormhole that passes through all of Christopher Nolan’s universe, at least to like 2005–will surprise no one by showing up in Interstellar. He joins the just-cast Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway in Nolan’s film, which has to do with an interstellar voyage, wormholes, and other science-y things to test “the farthest borders of our scientific understanding.” As with the rest of the cast, Caine’s role isn’t revealed. But when the interstellar spaceship takes off, I bet he’ll let slip a coy smile, revealing a pride in McConaughey that betrays his earlier angry words of concern.

Some Dude Gave Kim Kardashian Flowers And She Didn’t Even Care

Happy Valentine's day y'all.


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Courtney Stodden’s Relationship With Her Dad Is Even Weirder Than Her Creepy Marriage

While YOU were watching the Grammys last night, Courtney Stodden and her father were busy taking these pictures that will probably scar you for life. You've been warned.

Last night was the release party for Courtney Stodden's new single.

Last night was the release party for Courtney Stodden's new single.

Source: FameFlynet Pictures

Which one wears underwear that glows to, of course.

Which one wears underwear that glows to, of course.

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It's a happy occasion, so you wouldn't think it out of the ordinary to see Courtney and her dad hugging…

It's a happy occasion, so you wouldn't think it out of the ordinary to see Courtney and her dad hugging...

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…and kissing…

...and kissing...

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15 Things Chris Brown Can Do To Make Us All Hate Him Even More

He's done a great job so far, but I think there is potential for growth.

1. Make George Lopez Relevant Again

1. Make George Lopez Relevant Again

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2. Insult Beyoncé

2. Insult Beyoncé

We dare you to try this one.

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3. Come Out In Defense Of Ray Lewis

3. Come Out In Defense Of Ray Lewis

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4. Somehow Be A Part Of The 20/20 Experience

4. Somehow Be A Part Of The 20/20 Experience

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‘Wuthering Heights’ Trailer Doesn’t Even Add Any Supernatural Action Elements

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If you like dreamy, beautifully-shot, costume romance, pour yourself a rosé and tuck into this trailer for the latest take on the frequently-adapted Emily Brontë tale, Wuthering Heights. Directed by Oscar winner Andrea Arnold, the film is already being highly praised for its startlingly-impressive visuals, and the equally-impressive fact that the title hasn’t been changed to Werewolfing Heights to accomodate a lycanthropy subplot. Is that not yet compulsory?

Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher Aren’t Even Hiding It Anymore

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And he’s banged all the hot out of her. I knew this would happen. Earlier in the week, there were long distance pics of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher that I never got a hold of, so here’s the two of them going out to eat last night and not even caring if anyone sees Read More …



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