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Inside Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian's 'Magical,' Star-Studded Wedding (Exclusive Details)

Inside Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian's 'Magical,' Star-Studded Wedding (Exclusive Details)
Serena Williams knows how to party!

The 36-year-old tennis pro married Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Thursday, and a source tells Et that it was a wedding to remember.

The source called the Beauty and the Beast-themed nuptials “magical,” and said the reception was equally "beautiful.”

"The crowd was roaring," the source said. "Everyone had a blast.”

More: Serena Williams Preps for 'Beauty and the Beast'-Themed Wedding With A-List Guest List

Once Williams and Ohanian said their "I dos," that's when the bride really cut loose! According to Et's source, Williams wore a pair of Nike sneakers made "especially for her" to the reception and for good reason -- seeing as "she danced all night.”

But she wasn't dancing alone! The source noted that at one point in the evening Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, La La Anthony, Ciara, Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker were all "dancing hard" with Williams.

The happy couple
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From 'I Want It That Way' to 'Bye Bye Bye': 15 Music Videos That Are Officially Peak Boy Band

From 'I Want It That Way' to 'Bye Bye Bye': 15 Music Videos That Are Officially Peak Boy Band
We’ve gathered you here today to celebrate the best of best boy band video masterpieces.

Fact: These works of art are the reason we stayed glued to our TVs for hours on end — with the sole purpose of having the Backstreet Boys‘ matching outfits and Hanson’s glorious hair grace our screens.

Backstreet Boys: “I Want It That Way”

Walking together in slow motion; a private plane just kinda chilling there; all-white outfits; a crowd of adoring fans and endless heartfelt looks into the camera? This is 1999 at its finest.

‘Nysnc: “Bye Bye Bye”

To this day, we
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Elizabeth Banks is Directing a Charlie’s Angels Reboot: But Why?

When you think of Elizabeth Banks you don’t think of her as a director, you think of her as a comedic actress. However, few people realize that she directed Pitch Perfect 2, a few short films, is directing a TV movie called The Greater Good and now she’s officially become the director of a Charlie’s Angels reboot that’s slated to be released in 2019. According to Bleeding Cool It’s the age of the reboot and that means we’re getting another Charlie’s Angels. According to Variety it’s going to be directed by Elizabeth Banks. Banks is also going to produce the

Elizabeth Banks is Directing a Charlie’s Angels Reboot: But Why?
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‘Riverdale’ Review: Weird ‘Archie’ Update is an Exciting Blend of The CW’s Superheroes and Soap

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Archie may have been born as a comic book character, but it was Greg Berlanti and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa who gave him a superhero physique. That is not a critique, but it is perhaps the first thing you might notice about the CW’s new take on the 76-year-old all-American high schooler, now making his live action television debut.

Read More: ‘Riverdale’: CW’s Lynchian Archie Just Missed Becoming a Time-Travel Show Starring Louis C.K.

Riverdale” could be seen as a “Island of Doctor Moreau”-esque attempt to cross-breed the DC TV universe currently thriving on the CW with a “Gossip Girl”-style teen drama made which was so popular in the CW’s early days. In fact, that might be the easiest way to describe it. And yet there’s just enough happening underneath the surface to make it worthy of deeper study. This is no zombie corpse of a comic book adaptation.
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‘The Path’ Review: Season 2 Blurs the Line Between Cult and Clergy in Righteous, Riveting Fashion

‘The Path’ Review: Season 2 Blurs the Line Between Cult and Clergy in Righteous, Riveting Fashion
For anyone who’s been introduced to the world of cults through “Going Clear” (Lawrence Wright’s book or Alex Gibney’s documentary inspired by it), “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” or other, less celebrity-focused “movements,” the second season of “The Path” should serve as an ideal next step in learning how to think about the dangerous, addictive, and often completely legal faith organizations. Parallels to Scientology abound, especially when acquiring tax-exempt status drives the narrative.

But Season 2, like its stellar predecessor, isn’t trying to be a Scientology story. It’s not even primarily a cult story. Instead of aiming to recreate true events within its fictional world, Hulu’s compelling drama connects big bad cults and accepted religious institutions. Its subtle and direct threads carry immense power when tied together, making Season 2 neither a condemnation nor an endorsement of faith, but a call to see the light
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‘The New Edition Story’ Review: ‘Cool It Now’ and Watch Bet’s Addictive Boy Band Biopic

‘The New Edition Story’ Review: ‘Cool It Now’ and Watch Bet’s Addictive Boy Band Biopic
[Editor’s Note: “Girl, I must warn you…” this review will make liberal use of New Edition, Bobby Brown, and Bell Biv Devoe song titles and lyrics. Why? That’s “My Prerogative.”]

It may seem like a stretch to compare Bet’s “The New Edition Story” to the critically acclaimed biopic “Straight Outta Compton.” After all, N.W.A.’s gangsta rap courted controversy while New Edition’s lyrics only got salty when they accused “Mr. Telephone Man” of a faulty connection. Nevertheless, just as N.W.A. shaped hip-hop, the miniseries gives rightful context to how influential New Edition was on its own. Styled as a New Edition of the Jackson 5, the group perfected the model for all the boy bands to come, including New Kids on the Block, Boyz II Men, ’N Sync, and the Backstreet Boys. They also successfully transitioned from the bubble gum style of their early songs to becoming pioneers of New Jack Swing.

Read More: Bet Awards 2016: The Full List of Winners

As with N.W.A., the drama of just being in New Edition is part of the story’s trainwreck/bootstrap appeal.
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Bobby Brown Denies Recent Rumors of Health Problems: ‘I’m Fine, Handsome and Healthy’

Bobby Brown Denies Recent Rumors of Health Problems: ‘I’m Fine, Handsome and Healthy’
Despite recent rumors of ill health, Bobby Brown was in high spirits when he appeared at the Boston premiere of the Bet miniseries The New Edition Story on Sunday. In fact, he was far more concerned about the snow grounding his flight back to the decidedly sunnier California.

“I really want to get back to Los Angeles,” he told People. “My kid has to go to school tomorrow, so I’ve got to get a plane.” The 47-year-old former boy bander recently became a father for the seventh time when wife Alicia Etheredge-Brown gave birth to daughter Hendrix Estelle Sheba in July.
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Michael Davis: “I don’t grab pussy. It grabs me.”

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I was so stunned by the election I just couldn’t bring myself to write a damn thing for the last few weeks. Hell, in the case of Bleeding Cool it’s been months that I blame on my depression and trying to figure out how to fix a problem no one sees yet but with depression I couldn’t care less.

Then something magical happened. Call it a Thanksgiving comic book miracle. It was no less than that. So I hope to be reset at Bleeding Cool, ComicMix and my site Michael Davis World. Mdw had an outstanding and loyal following.

I messed that up big time a week after I began talks to partner with a massive site. Shit. That was stupid.

Stupid, stupid, stupid. My depression was/is a motherfucker.

Once I become fixated on something I just kept at it regardless if I’d achieved my goals.
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Justice League: Affleck, Momoa, And Snyder Party It Up In Iceland As Production Wraps (Photos)

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A few weeks back, Aquaman actor Jason Momoa revealed to the world that principal photography on Justice League wrapped in London, but dropped a hint that he still had a small amount of additional shooting to do. It would now appear that Momoa wasn't alone, as whatever the actor had to film in Iceland also apparently included Ben Affleck (Batman). Either that, or an unshaven Affleck just felt like dropping by the Iceland leg of the shoot to make sure director Zack Snyder didn't screw things up.

Momoa took to Instagram over the weekend to post pictures from what is- presumably- the final bit of filming for Justice League. Rumors have swirled that whatever was being shot up there was either for the Aquaman solo movie, or for a post-credit sequence for Justice League that would set that solo film up. 

Here are the photos from the final days of
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Exclusive Portrait: Bobby Brown Takes ‘Every Little Step’ in New Book

Chicago – Singer Bobby Brown has been all over the news of late, mostly because of the new memoir he’s authored (with Nick Chiles) called “Every Little Step.” He aims to set the record straight on his tumultuous career, especially regarding his marriage with the late Whitney Houston, which culminated when they split in 2007.

Bobby Brown at Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville for His Book ‘Every Little Step

Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for

Bobby Brown co-founded the boy group New Edition when he was nine years old, and found fame with group with hits like “Cool It Now” and “Mr. Telephone Man.” He was only 17 years old when he left the group in 1986, but hit it big with his second solo album, “Don’t Be Cruel” (1988), featuring the monster song “My Perogative.” He has only released three albums since then, the latest being “The Masterpiece” (2012).

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‘The New Edition Story’ Trailer: ‘Empire’ Star Bryshere Gray Toplines Bet’s Dramatic R&B Biopic

‘The New Edition Story’ Trailer: ‘Empire’ Star Bryshere Gray Toplines Bet’s Dramatic R&B Biopic
New Edition paved the way for many successful boy bands, and now their story is coming to the silver screen. Bet unveiled the first trailer for its upcoming mini-series biopic, “The New Edition Story,” featuring Duane Martin and Wood Harris.

The three-part series will chronicle the group’s humble beginnings in Boston, their handwork and dedication and their rapid rise to stardom. It will also give glimpses of their struggles, fights and drama they had along the way, including their decision to replace Bobby Brown.

Read More: Bet Awards 2016: Full Bet Awards Winners List

Known for their early hits including “Candy Girl” and “Cool It Now,” the R&B quintet went through many highs and lows since its formation in 1978. “Empire” star Bryshere Gray will portray Michael Bivins, R&B singer-songwriter Luke James will be Johnny Gill, Woody McClain will take on the role of Bobby Brown, Elijah Kelley will be Ricky Bell,
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‘Hillary’s America’: Why It Could Make a Big Impact on the Box Office (and the Election) — Reality Checks

‘Hillary’s America’: Why It Could Make a Big Impact on the Box Office (and the Election) — Reality Checks
Right wing conservatives finally have their answer to Michael Moore — with the box-office numbers to prove it.

After many years of conservative stumbles at the movies — i.e. “Michael Moore Hates America,” “Celsius 41.11,” “Cool It,” “Occupy Unmasked” — author-turned-filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza has blazed a trail of anti-progressive film propaganda that’s unmatched. In the last five years, D’Souza has scored the top two highest-grossing non-concert, non-Disney documentaries at the U.S. box office, 2012’s “Obama’s America” ($33.5 million) and 2014’s “America: Imagine the World Without Her” ($14.4 million). (Third place: Last year’s “Amy,” which earned $8.4 million.)

Read More: The Curious Saga of Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘America’ Continues

Put aside for a moment that D’Souza’s work has been called “fact-twisting, error-laden paranoia [and] the worst kind of smear journalism” (Columbia Journalism Review), a “laughable embarrassment” (Salon) and a “national disgrace” (The New York Times); in today’s challenging theatrical movie business,
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Josh Brolin Throws Shade at Anonymous Actor Who Might Be Ryan Gosling, Mocks Phony Accent

Josh Brolin Throws Shade at Anonymous Actor Who Might Be Ryan Gosling, Mocks Phony Accent
Cool it, guys! Josh Brolin has seen a lot of things in the years since he first got his start in Hollywood back in the ‘80s, but one thing the veteran actor is decidedly over is putting up a “tough guy” demeanor. “I see young Hollywood punks on the set, and it’s funny to me. Because it’s absolutely me all over again,” he said in the latest issue of Man of the World. “I’m the old guy who’s like, ‘Oh cool, you got your leather jacket and [...]
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A few simple rules for biopics about music geniuses

In the recent film Love and Mercy, a studio musician recording during the Pet Sounds sessions explains to Brian Wilson (Paul Dano) that he’s broken a fundamental rule of music, in that it sounds wrong if you have one person playing in one key and another instrument playing in another. “It sounds right in my head,” he replies.

Back in September, Scott Tobias wrote in The Dissolve something of a manifesto about biopics, “Five simple rules for making biopics about geniuses”: (1) Don’t try and tell a person’s entire life story, (2) show us, don’t just tell us why they’re a genius, (3) don’t tell a genius’s story just because he or she was a great person, (4) find a compelling visual style that matches their genius, (5) and “find the saint in the asshole, find the asshole in the saint.”

Music biopics however are a genre unto themselves,
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Shlocky charms: The crazy rise and 'terrifying' return of 'Leprechaun'

Shlocky charms: The crazy rise and 'terrifying' return of 'Leprechaun'
How did a low budget horror movie about a diminutive Irish monster spawn five sequels, a new reboot, and the career of Jennifer Aniston? EW tracks the deranged history of the Leprechaun franchise.

British actor Warwick Davis says he has “specific” fans—well-wishers who want to discuss just one of the several fantasy franchises in which he has appeared. “People talk about Star Wars, people talk about Harry Potter,” he explains, “and people talk about Leprechaun.”

Alert readers will have noticed that one of these franchises is not like the others. While Star Wars and Harry Potter have raked in billions of dollars,
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Pamela Anderson, Carey Hart Slam Als Ice Bucket Challenge in Online Rants

Pamela Anderson, Carey Hart Slam Als Ice Bucket Challenge in Online Rants
Cool it! While Hollywood has accepted the Als Ice Bucket Challenge in droves, uploading often-creative, Lol videos and nominating each other, Pamela Anderson and Carey Hart took to their social media pages to criticize the viral campaign, meant to raise funds for Lou Gehrig's disease research. On Wednesday Aug. 20, Anderson, a longtime supporter of animal rights, posted a Facebook message criticizing Als researchers for their research practices.  "Sorry, I can't bring myself to do your Ice bucket challenge," the post began. "I enjoy a good dare, It's [...]
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Interview: Rob Riggle, Jake Johnson, Damon Wayans Jr. of ‘Let’s Be Cops’

Chicago – When the assignment was to find a comedy team to take on impersonating police officers, funny men Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. – of the TV series “New Girl” – fit the uniforms perfectly for the new film, “Let’s Be Cops.” Add in the always hilarious Rob Riggle, and let the games begin.

Riggle is a well known comic character presence on “The Daily Show” and films like “The Hangover,” “21 Jump Street,” “Big Miracle” and the upcoming “Dumb and Dumber To.” Riggle is also famous for having served in the Marines and Marine Reserves for a total of 23 years – retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel – and began his comedy career after his first military stint.

Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson in ‘Let’s Be Cops’

Photo credit: 20th Century Fox

Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson are practically a comedy duo. They portray pals Coach and Nick on Zooey Deschanel’s sitcom “New Girl,
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Billy Bob Thornton Wants To Guest Star on 'Big Bang Theory' and 'Game of Thrones' and We Hope His Dreams Come True

Emmy nominee Billy Bob Thornton may have won acclaim for the gritty FX drama "Fargo," but if he had his way, he'd guest star on a pair of polar opposite series.

During an appearance at the Emmy Performers Peer Group party in Beverly Hills Monday, Thornton revealed that his guilty pleasure show is "The Big Bang Theory," which he said his mother got him into. If he had the chance, Thornton said, he'd play "a guy who steals Penny [Kaley Cuoco] away" on the CBS comedy, and admitted that he sometimes gets a bit too wrapped up in the show.

"I started getting into all of these characters, and actually talk back to the television," the actor said in an interview posted on the Television Academy's Instagram account.

"I'll say, 'Cool it, Sheldon, could you lighten up?'" Thornton said of Jim Parsons's high-strung scientist character.

"I love it," he added.
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IMAX-Filmed Sequences Confirmed For 'Star Wars: Episode 7'

As if there was ever any doubt. With rumors surfacing last fall that J.J. Abrams would shoot parts of "Star War: Episode 7" in the IMAX format and Disney announcing this past spring that the sequel would hit IMAX theaters, it was just a matter of time until the official word came down that yes, Abrams was actually using the cameras, and this wouldn't just be a conversion job. And indeed that's the case, with Abrams' Bad Robot tweeting today an image of the camera with the hashtag #bestformatever. Cool it, guys, let's just hope it's the #bestscriptever first, okay? Again, this is hardly a shock with IMAX CEO Richard Gelford saying earlier this year, "We are talking to J.J. Abrams now about the next 'Star Wars' being used with partly IMAX cameras." And it looks like those talks and tests turned out well, and everyone is now probably high-fiving
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Has Terminator: Genesis Had a Title Change

The new upcoming 'Terminator' film may have just dropped its subtitle. The Alan Taylor helmed sequel was originally being touted around town as 'Terminator: Genesis', pointing towards its 'origin'-esque setup. But according to the folks over as Bleeding Cool it seems that Paramount have been marking down relevant licensing, merchandise, and tie-in movie toys for the project simply as 'Terminator'. So with no sign of the word 'Genesis' anywhere to be seen does this mean we have on our hands another annoyingly titled movie that simply decides to drop a 'The' to help differentiate itself from the franchise original? Yuck....
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