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Jackie Chan leads a revolution, a creepy urban legend comes to life, and Butch Cassidy rides again in this week’s roundup of independent film.

Opening This Weekend

Jackie Chan stars in 1911, which will open on 33 screens across the country. Chan plays Huang Xing, a military leader who returns from Japan to discover his homeland in turmoil; he then leads a rebellion against the despotic rule of the Qing

The general consensus among TV critics seems to be that Tuesday’s episode of Ringer showed a significant improvement over the first two episodes. I’m inclined to agree—while the series still needs to work on finding its stride, “If You Ever Need a French Lesson” was consistently entertaining. At the very least, it represented the show Ringer should be, something fun and full of twists. But it also contained hints that… Continue reading Ringer Episode 3: On the Right Track, But With a Long Road Ahead

supernatural-dj-qualls.jpgIn its seventh season, “Supernatural” is going all-out when it comes to the guest stars who keep the story colorful, and this bit of casting scoop is no exception.

Zap2it has exclusively learned that D.J. Qualls — best known for his memorable role as nerdy virgin Kyle in the comedy classic “Road Trip” — will intercept the Winchesters in the season’s 8th episode, tentatively titled… Continue reading 'Supernatural' casting scoop: 'Road Trip's' D.J. Qualls gets on Dean's last nerve

By radio detection and ranging Staff

It’s the great panties puzzle!  Thousands of pairs of panties have been found along a road in central Ohio, and they’re in all colors and patterns.

Some new, some worn, and many still neatly folded, the estimated 3,000 — that’s 3,000!! — pairs of women’s panties were discovered in the trees and hillsides along a road in Berne Township, about 30 miles southeast of Columbus… Continue reading The Great Panties Puzzle! Thousands Of Pairs Of Panties Found Along Ohio Road


In this week’s edition: three new films head to theaters, Bellflower fails to set the box office on fire, and Japanese tourists discover America. 


 


New Distribution Deals


Are you ready for a “gritty” Dane Cook? He headlines Answers to Nothing, described as “a gritty drama of interweaving stories set in Los Angeles against the backdrop of a child kidnapping case.” Directed by Matthew Leutwyler, Answers to Nothing