It’s the last day of voting for Round One of Moviefone’s Will Ferrell Tournament.
On Wednesday, in the Rockingham Region, Ricky Bobby annihilated Phil Weston (“Kicking & Screaming) and the evil Mugatu (“Zoolander”) edged out Megamind. Both now advance to the Elite Eight.
So, who will be joining them from the Arctic Puffin Region? Today’s matchups see Buddy the Elf (“Elf”) take on Federal Wildlife Marshal Willenholly (“Jay and Silent Bob Strike… Continue reading Will Ferrell Movies: Best Character Tournament Round One (ARCTIC PUFFIN REGION)
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The fresh western is working: AMC has given a second season order to Hell on Wheels, its post-Civil War drama.
The freshman series premiered to 4.4 million viewers on Nov. 6. Granted, the show had an even bigger lead-in from The Walking Dead (6.3 million), but hey — every little bit helps. That was the first time AMC has been able to use… Continue reading AMC orders second round of ‘Hell on Wheels’
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Teen Mom Farrah Abraham is not letting up on her Twitter war with Kourtney Kardashian. She’s now taken a dig at the reality star’s relationship with Scott Disick.
After slamming Kourtney for getting pregnant with her second child, Farrah is now taking a dig at the 32-year-old’s unwillingness to marry Disick.
“4 all who misunderstood… Continue reading ROUND THREE: Teen Mom Heats Up War With Kourtney Kardashian, Challenges Her Relationship With Scott
We’re back! After a FEROCIOUS Round 1 which saw many mighty giants fall and several young upstarts get their due, we now embark on Round 2, which promises even more basic-cable brutality.
To kick things off, this week sees a face-off between two absolute titans of basic cable. But only ONE will walk away from the conflict alive. Who lives or dies is up to YOU. Choose wisely!
Background: Few people can… Continue reading America's Got Cable, Round 2: Syfy vs. Comedy Central
The 2011 Toronto International Film Festival has announced the first round of their lineup, which includes 50 films from all around the globe. Many are premieres, but some are stopping in for screenings after playing other festivals like Venice, Sundance and Cannes. Films immediately on our radar include George Clooney’s The Ides of March, Sarah Polley’s Take this Waltz, Todd Solondz’s Dark Horse, Roland Emmerich’s Anonymous