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Exclusive Clip from the Romantic Comedy The Browsing Effect – Now Available On Demand

Gravitas Ventures will release The Browsing Effect on digital and On Demand April 9, 2019. Written and directed by Michael K. Feinstein (Match from the Past), the film stars Feinstein along with with Megan Guinan (CBS’s “Limitless”), Josh Margolin (Fox’s “New Girl”), Nikki Soohoo (Stick It), Drew Fonteiro (CW’s “Jane the Virgin”) and Gabriela Lopez (The 5th Wave).

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In The Browsing Effect, the seemingly endless possibilities of dating apps send a group of friends into a whirlwind of sex, jealousy, and self-doubt in this ensemble comedy that examines dating culture in the age of swiping. Check Out the Trailer:

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The Resident Photo Preview: Nic's New Guy!

There is a new doctor at Chastain

If guest-star Miles Gaston Villanueva is anything like the other guest stars who have rocked this season then Alec Shaw should be a fantastic character!

He's not the only thing to look forward to on The Resident Season 2 Episode 10. Lane will be returning too, and she's going to make Bell's life hell. 

Related: The Resident - 21 Reasons Season 2 is the Best So Far!

So basically, the usual for her. 

Check out the stills below, and hit the comments. 

Don't forget you can watch the Resident online here via TV Fanatic! 

1. Dr. Hottie - The Resident Season 2 Episode 10 There's a new doctor that may be gracing the halls of Chastain. The clinic is a go, and now someone needs to lead it. Will he be the guy for the job? 2. Fly in the Web - The Resident Season 2 Episode 10 Bell is still under Lane's spell.
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Heathers Series Premiere: Grade It!

Heathers Series Premiere: Grade It!
Listen up, bus trash! We’re about to discuss both parts of Thursday’s Heathers premiere. If you don’t want to be spoiled, you should probably turn back now.

Dear Diary… Nearly two years after being ordered to series, Paramount Network’s long-shelved Heathers reboot — based on the 1988 cult classic — has finally arrived, and no one is safe. (Well, no one named Heather, anyway.)

Thursday’s two-part premiere introduces us to Veronica Sawyer (played by Grace Victoria Cox), a high school girl in the midst of a major identity crisis — that crisis being that she doesn’t have one,
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Stars Attend Fulfillment Fund's A Legacy Of Changing Lives Gala

A Legacy of Changing Lives, presented by the Fulfillment Fund honored the legacy of founders Cherna and Dr. Gary Gitnick with a star-studded gala that raised nearly 1.3 million dollars on Tuesday, March 13 at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland.

Robert De Niro Speaks At Fulfilment Fund A Legacy of Changing Lives Event

Special guest presenters Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro, and hosts Teri Polo and Sherri Saum (“The Fosters”) joined the festivities to celebrate the Gitnicks’ 40 years of service on behalf of the students of Los Angeles. A Legacy of Changing Lives also included a special appearance by Joshua Rush (Disney’s “Andi Mack”) and performances by Grammy Award-winning composer Charles Fox, actress and singer Rita Wilson and singer/songwriter Stephen Bishop. The gala dinner was catered by celebrity chef and famed restauranteur Wolfgang Puck.

Bradley Cooper Speaks At Fulfillment Fund A Legacy of Changing Lives Event

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March TV Premieres: 16 New Shows to Look out for This Month

Now that we’re heading into one of the busiest stretches of the TV calendar, each network is unveiling some of their best plays to vie for your viewing attention. Some of these new shows are heralded programming additions we’ve had circled on the horizon for the better part of the past few months. Others are true wild cards.

As we all plan out what to use to fill the TV void left behind by the sudden disappearance of Olympic curling, here are a few options of new series across network, cable, and streaming that might be worth considering.

(Missed the tops of what the first two months of the year had to offer? Here are some notable TV premieres from February, both on Netflix and elsewhere.)

Hard Sun” (March 7, Hulu)

“Luther” creator Neil Cross is back with a different kind of detective show, one where its central agents
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‘Heathers’ Trailer: The Cult Classic Returns, This Time as a TV Show — Watch

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‘Heathers’ Trailer: The Cult Classic Returns, This Time as a TV Show — Watch
Now that Winona Ryder has made her comeback, it appears that “Heathers” is next. The cult classic has been remade for television courtesy of the Paramount Network, formerly known as Spike TV, with a new cast and fresh setting lest the millennial audience be alienated by a property that was first released before many of them were born. Watch the trailer below.

Read More:‘Heathers’ First Teaser: The Infinitely Quotable Cult Classic Gets a 21st Century Television Reboot

Melanie Field, Brendan Scannell, Grace Victoria Cox, Jasmine Mathews, James Scully, and Nikki SooHoo star in the show; true to the title, three of them play characters named Heather. Cox plays Veronica Sawyer, who was previously portrayed by Ryder. Per the synopsis, this new iteration is to be an “hour-long pitch-black comedy anthology set in the present day, as heroine Veronica Sawyer deals with a very different but equally vicious group of Heathers.
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Mr Student Body President, Miss 2059: Verizon Go90 Series Renewed

The Mr. Student Body President and Miss 2059 TV shows have been renewed for their second seasons on go90, Verizon's streaming platform. Mr. Student Body President, which received a 30-episode order, stars Jeremy Shada, Arden Rose, and Gabriel Conte.A sci-fi beauty queen adventure series, Miss 2059 stars Anna Akana and Nikki Soohoo. Learn more about these go90 TV shows, after the jump. Read More…
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Anna Akana: How the Star of ‘Miss 2059’ Is Turning Online Fame Into an Empire (Exclusive Clip)

Anna Akana: How the Star of ‘Miss 2059’ Is Turning Online Fame Into an Empire (Exclusive Clip)
“We all need to be someone’s Margaret Cho,” said Anna Akana, in a speech she delivered accepting an award celebrating Asians in entertainment.

Akana cited Cho’s career as the inspiration behind her own impressive one as actress, comedian, writer and producer — which all stems from her 1.5 million YouTube subscribers. “It is all thanks to seeing that one face on the screen that looked like mine.”

“The most you can do is try to affect change in the work you create,” Akana told IndieWire at VidCon last month. “We all have to band together and start demanding those changes.”

Read More: YouTube’s Dilemma: Why Online Stars Struggle to Make Good Movies

Akana is proud to say that “Miss 2059” — the short form web series she developed with New Form Digital for Go90 — features only one white male actor. “Almost every person on screen is a person of color.
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Watch: Exclusive Clip From New Form Digital’s ‘Miss 2059,’ Starring Anna Akana

Watch: Exclusive Clip From New Form Digital’s ‘Miss 2059,’ Starring Anna Akana
Web content continues to be the best place for the discovery of diverse voices — and audiences are turning up. Anna Akana has 1.5 million subscribers to her YouTube channel, where she makes scripted advice videos with a humorous appeal. Similar in vibe to Grace Helbig, reigning queen of the “awkward older sister” YouTube genre, Akana, an Asian-American woman, seems much more politically aware. She discusses candidly her struggle with mental health issues (Akana’s sister committed suicide in 2007) and delivers non-judgmental lessons on how to “Check Your Privilege.” Her video “Why Guys Like Asian Girls,” which lambasts so-called “yellow fever,” has 3.4 million views.

The quick-witted Akana writes all of her content, including great one-liners: “The more attractive you are, the more cats a potential partner will tolerate.” Much like her contemporaries Helbig and Hannah Hart (Electro Woman and Dynagirl), she has set her sights on longer narrative content, beginning with the
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Photo Flash: First Look at John O'Hurley, Kevin Quinn, Sabrina Carpenter and More in 'Peter Pan And Tinker Bell' at Pasadena Playhouse

The Pasadena Playhouse and Lythgoe Family Productions Lfp recently openedPanto at the Playhouse Peter Pan And Tinker Bell - A Pirates Christmas. The cast features Sabrina Carpenter as 'Wendy' 'Girl Meets World', Hollywood Records recording artist, Kevin Quinn as 'Peter Pan' 'Bunk'd,' Season 12 of 'American Idol', 'Adventures in Babysitting', Nikki SooHoo as 'Tiger Lily' 'The Lovely Bones,' 'Bring It On Fight to the Finish' and 'Stick It', Corey Fogelmanis as 'John' 'Girl Meets World', and August Maturo as 'Michael' 'Girl Meets World'. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below
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Interview: Rose McIver in ‘The Lovely Bones’ From Director of ‘The Lord of the Rings’

Chicago – “The Lovely Bones,” which is directed by “The Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson with a relatively unknown executive producer credit from Steven Spielberg, has gone down in history as a poorly reviewed film that was based on a much better novel of the same name by Alice Sebold. “The Lovely Bones” was released on DVD and Blu-ray on April 20, 2010.

Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan stars as Susie Salmon in “The Lovely Bones” from Paramount Pictures.

Photo credit: DreamWorks Studios

Despite needing a higher-budget special effects department and featuring like a never-healing sore thumb one of the worst supporting performances in recent memory by the unknown Nikki SooHoo, the film did delicately tackle the sensitive issue of a pedophile murderer and rapist while still maintaining a “PG-13” rating. That role was hauntingly played by Stanley Tucci.

Tucci’s supporting role is the standout feature of this film. He earned
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A Warning to the Heartland: Beware 'The Lovely Bones'

Dear middle America,

As you peruse your local movie listings this Martin Luther King Day weekend, you may find yourself considering Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones, which opens in 'wide release' (your neck of the woods,) after over a month of 'limited release' (elite coastal movie theaters.) Red Staters, we've never really seen eye to eye. You probably think I'm a homosexual just for having a blog. But in the spirit of bipartisanship, nah, hell, call it patriotism, I'm warning y'all: Stay away from these Lovely Bones.

Here, for your entertainment, is an awful mess. It's the story of Susie Salmon (Saoirse Ronan,) a fourteen year-old girl murdered on her way home from school. Following her death, Susie tours "the in-between," a region neither heaven nor hell (though for me it was decidedly on the 'hell' side,) all while trying to communicate with her grieving parents Mark Wahlberg & Rachel Weisz,
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'The Lovely Bones' New York Premiere Attracts Celebrities

Less than two weeks before it is released in limited theaters in the U.S., "The Lovely Bones" visited New York City for its premiere. On Wednesday, December 2, red carpet was rolled out in front of Paris Theatre to welcome cast and crew for the film who all came to celebrate the special screening event.

Wearing a tight dress, Saoirse Ronan who plays Susie Salmon was seen hitting the red carpet. She was joined by her on-screen father Mark Wahlberg and grandmother Susan Sarandon. Other cast who were seen among the attendees included Michael Imperioli, Nikki SooHoo, Rose McIver, and Stanley Tucci.

Peter Jackson, who serves as director, producer, as well as screenwriter of the film, also did not miss the event. Meanwhile, celebrity guests included actress/model Beth Stern, TV show's host Carson Kressley, actors John Leguizamo and Mark Indelicato, and Academy Award winner Patricia Clarkson.

Adapted from Alice Sebold's best-selling novel,
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Some Lovely Images from Peter Jackson’s The Lovely Bones

tweetmeme_url=''; tweetmeme_style = 'normal';; Four more looks at Peter Jackson’s fantasy/mystery/thriller “The Lovely Bones”, starring Mark Wahlberg as a dad trying to solve his daughter’s murder, while the daughter watches over the family from Heaven. Or purgatory. Or one of those places. It’s all very strange and surreal and so Peter Jackson circa “Heavenly Creatures” and pre-”Lord of the Rings”-ish. Starring Saoirse Ronan, Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon, Nikki SooHoo, and Amanda Michalka. The bones reveal themselves December 11, 2009.
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