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Six-Inch Heels and Custom Cappuccinos: Soccer Star Julie Johnston on Her Wedding with NFL Player Zach Ertz

Six-Inch Heels and Custom Cappuccinos: Soccer Star Julie Johnston on Her Wedding with NFL Player Zach Ertz
Soccer star Julie Johnston wanted to make sure her wedding to NFL player Zach Ertz included all the traditional customs, but with some personalized touches to make the day all theirs.

So along with her father walking her down the aisle, dining and dancing, the day included a flower girl and ring bearer decked out in the couple’s sports jerseys, a cake topper and cappuccinos embossed with footballs and soccer balls and an after-party stocked with the pair’s favorite candy, Justin’s peanut butter cups.

“We wanted pops of just us, not just a typical wedding,” the bride,
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Writer William Peter Blatty Dead at 89 – Wrote The Exorcist

Responsible for one of the most iconic horror novels (and films…and posters!) of all time, The Exorcist author William Peter Blatty has passed away at age 89. Blatty started as a scriptwriter with credits including the Blake Edwards comedy A Shot In The Dark and (uncredited) The Omega Man. He adapted his 1971 best-seller The Exorcist for the screen in 1973, which resulted in his Oscar win for ‘Best Adapted Screenplay’. In 1980, he directed an unusual film I saw at the theater then, but have never seen since. The Ninth Configuration, an odd allegory starring Stacey Keach and Neville Brand about a remote castle that served as an insane military asylum, deserves to be rediscovered. In 1996, he wrote and directed The Exorcist III, based on his novel Legion. Just last year, the director’s cut of the film, now titled The Exorcist III: Legion, was released on Blu-ray. Blatty had a type of blood cancer.
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9 Life Lessons Learned on 'One Day at a Time'

9 Life Lessons Learned on 'One Day at a Time'
An American television classic is about to get a fresh remix for a new generation.

One Day at a Time, the groundbreaking Norman Lear sitcom about a divorced mother of two, is being rebooted for Netflix, with season one premiering on Jan. 6. The show, which originally ran for nine seasons between 1975 and 1984 with stars Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, Valerie Bertinelli and Pat Harrington Jr., is now set in Los Angeles with Justina Machado and Rita Moreno as the matriarchs of a three-generation Cuban-American family.

More: 'One Day at a Time ' Star Pat Harrington Jr. Dead at 86

If the original’s bold storylines are any indication, the reboot of One Day at a Time will also give a current voice to countless struggling and striving families around the country and offer laughter through tears and tough times. Meanwhile, the most important life lessons learned from the original series still endure:

1. A great song is a timeless
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Team Screen's best films of 2016

Team Screen's best films of 2016
Find out what made our top 10 films of 2016 - and which films feature on Team Screen’s overall top 10.Scroll down for Screen’s overall top 10

Screen’s esteemed critics have had their turn. Now, Screen staff, contributors and correspondents reveal their favourite films seen in 2016. Festival premieres and UK/Us theatrical releases are deemed eligible.

Matt Mueller (editor)

Moonlight (dir. Barry Jenkins)La La Land (dir. Damien Chazelle)Aquarius (dir. Kleber Mendonça Filho)Mustang (dir. Deniz Gamze Ergüven)Hell Or High Water (dir. David Mackenzie)Embrace Of The Serpent (dir. Ciro Guerra)Little Men (dir. Ira Sachs)Suntan (dir. Argyris Papadimitropoulos)Love & Friendship (dir. Whit Stillman)Nocturnal Animals (dir Tom Ford)Jeremy Kay (Us editor)

Manchester By The Sea (dir. Kenneth Lonergan)Neruda (dir. Pablo Larrain)Aquarius (dir. Kleber Mendonça Filho)Deadpool (dir Tim Miller)Fire At Sea (dir. Gianfranco Rosi)Moonlight (dir. Barry Jenkins)Oj: Made In America (dir. Ezra Edelman)[link=tt
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Broken Lance

Edward Dmytryk's big-scale cattle empire saga sees paterfamilias Spencer Tracy drive away his sons and bull his way into a modern civil dispute that can't be resolved with force. Robert Wagner is the loyal son and Richard Widmark the resentful son impatient for Dad to cash in his chips. Fox's early CinemaScope and stereophonic sound western is a transposition of a film noir mystery thriller. Broken Lance Blu-ray Twilight Time Limited Edition 1954 / Color / 2:55 widescreen / 96 min. / Ship Date November 10, 2015 / available through Twilight Time Movies / 29.95 Starring Spencer Tracy, Robert Wagner, Jean Peters, Richard Widmark, Katy Jurado, Hugh O'Brian, Eduard Franz, Earl Holliman, E.G. Marshall, Carl Benton Reid, Philip Ober. Cinematography Joseph MacDonald Film Editor Dorothy Spencer Original Music Leigh Harline Written by Richard Murphy, Philip Yordan Produced by Sol C. Siegel Directed by Edward Dmytryk Reviewed by Glenn EricksonSome of the early 'big' westerns that aspire to epic status are
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Creature Feature: Top Ten Animals Gone Bad in the Movies

The human condition. It is a tricky and complicated concept for us mortals to grasp in terms of our ugly, unpredictable behaviors. However, when one applies a revealing spotlight on the animal kingdom and takes a look at their on-screen aggression against humans it becomes a whole new ballgame. Occasionally, the source of frustration embedded in these wayward creatures is often times triggered by the psychological prompting of the bad seed humans responsible for their behavioral tirade against nature and man.

In Creature Feature: Top Ten Animals Gone Bad in the Movies we will look at the bombastic beasts gone ballistic in cinematic society. Maybe you have your own selections of haywire critters out to cause random havoc? If so then they probably would suffice within the theme of this movie column when detailing the animals that run amok on land, by sea or in the air.

The selections for
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Tiff 2014: Sandler, Schwarzenegger, Liotta, Travolta and More Added to Toronto Lineup

This morning the Toronto Film Festival added several more films to their lineup including the world premiere of Thomas McCarthy's The Cobbler which stars Adam Sandler as a New York City cobbler who, disenchanted with the grind of daily life, stumbles upon a magical heirloom that allows him to step into the lives of his customers and see the world in a new way. The film co-stars Method Man, Ellen Barkin, Melonie Diaz, Dan Stevens, Steve Buscemi and Dustin Hoffman. Additionally, Sundance standouts Infinity Polar Bear and Laggies starring Keira Knightley and Chloe Grace Moretz were added to the Gala selection. Joining The Cobbler as new additions to the Special Presentations field include Olivier Assayas' Clouds of Sils Maria starring Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche and Two Days, One Night from Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne and starring Marion Cotillard. Both films made a splash at Cannes earlier this year,
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New Under The Dome Season 2,Episode 5 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Under The Dome" episode 5 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Reconciliation," and it sounds like things will get quite intriguing and dramatic as the town gets divided, Julie takes over control, and more. In the new,5th episode press release: Julia will take her place as leader of Chester's Mill. Press release number 2: Julia is going to take over as the leader of Chester’s Mill after the town becomes divided in the wake of Big Jim and Rebecca’s plans for population control. In the meantime, Joe and Norrie are going to help Melanie search for more clues about her identity at the Dome wall. Guest stars will feature: Michael Tourek (Wendell), Hannah Black (Young Pauline), Dwayne Boyd (Greg), Austin James Parker (Young Sam), Reide Hale (Young Lyle), Tia Hendricks (Female Heckler), Samantha Worthen (Scared Miller), Eugene H. Russell IV
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Liveblogging “Days Of Our Lives” Gabi Who?

It’s time to move on, and what better way than Will discovering Sonny’s deep dark secret.

Sonny comes in to the club, and Will tells him he’s been filling Abby and Ben in on the terms of Gabi’s plea deal. Will asks Abby if she’s upset that Julie didn’t get her way and send Gabi to prison for life, and Abby says no, she just doesn’t know what to think since she found out what Gabi did to Melanie. Will says “What did Gabi do?” and Sonny looks like he’s going to crap his pants.

Hope tells Rafe that there’s still one last issue they need to deal with before they close Gabi’s case. Somewhere Sonny just peed a little.

Abby tells Will and Sonny the Hot Stalker Andrew story, and is surprised that Will didn’t already know about it.
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Liveblogging “Days Of Our Lives” The Truth Hurts

“I know you didn’t kill Nick … because I did that.”

Gabi rushes and tells Will “I know you didn’t kill Nick. because I did.” Hey, what happened to the “That” at the end? It completely loses all its impact without the “That!”

Sad, broken, devastated shell of a man Eric is the Hottest Eric.

Ej tells Gabi to shut the hell up, but Gabi keeps wanting to confess. Hope tells everyone that there’s evidence pointing to a new suspect, and the Da agrees to gibe Ej and Gabi time to confer. Will tells Gabi ‘Just listen to Ej. This isn’t all black and white.” Sure it is. And soon it’ll be all Orange, Gabi. Hope you like jumpsuits.

Sami, Lucas, Will and Sonny enter the conference room, and Sami tells Will she can’t believe he would be willing to go to prison for Gabi.
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Liveblogging “Days Of Our Lives” Whodunit?

Nick is murdered in Town Square. Pick Your Perpetrator! I didn’t include E.J.’s hired hitman because there’s no way it would not be a Salem citizen.

Is it Sonny? Will? Vengeful Chandler Massey? Melanie? Sami? E.J.? Ben?

Or could it be Abigail? Gabi? Time Warp Caroline? Ciara? The Ghost Of Dr. Reid Oliver? Brian’s Right Nipple? Or could it be … Nick … who set this up as his last “F*ck You” to everyone?

Will asks “You were going to shoot Nick weren’t, you?” but he sort of emphasizes the wrong word and it sounds awkward. Sonny says “Yes.”

Sami is rampaging around the mansion, and when Ej asks what’s wrong, she says “I can’t just sit around here waiting for the hitman to call saying he’s called Nick.” You’re right. Hey, why not head to Dairy Queen for a peanut buster parfait.
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May 6th DVD & Blu-ray Releases Include The Birds, Countess Dracula, Godzilla Movies

Hey everyone! Starting this week, Daily Dead is going to be bringing you a weekly DVD & Blu-ray release recap so that you guys and gals can better keep up on all the great home horror entertainment coming at you each and every week. Considering the amount of titles being announced these days, we figured this would be a handy reminder of just some of the awesome movies you can to add to your own DVD and Blu-ray collections.

Here’s a rundown on what’s coming your way this week including a ton of amazing classic titles in hi-def from Universal Studios, a handful of Godzilla sequels being released on Blu-ray, and more.

Spotlight Titles:

Rear Window (Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Blu-ray & Digital HD with UltraViolet)

None of Hitchcock’s films has ever given a clearer view of his genius for suspense than Rear Window. When professional photographer J.B.
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Langford on Soaps: Ryan Carnes Returns as Lucas on “General Hospital”

Plus, things heat up between Todd and Marcus on Corrie and Sonny learns the truth about Nick’s murder on Days. Also, meet Finn Barton, the new gay in Emmerdale.

Langford’s Picks and Pans

All That Matters (Germany)

What happened last week?

Joscha and Kai meet again and Joscha tries to persuade Kai that he isn’t gay and that Joscha was drunk when they had sex. Kai says he doesn’t care about Joscha’s issues and has no intention of outing Joscha. When the workers at the gym pick up on the fact that Kai is gay, Joscha worries that simply being around another gay man will spark rumors about his sexuality again. He tries to persuade Kai to claim he’s straight, but Kai refuses. Things get heated and Joscha and Kai wind up having sex in the shower. Unfortunately for them, Ingo sees Joscha being *ahem* serviced in the shower,
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Langford On Soaps: Brendan Is Accused of Sexual Assault on "Hollyoaks"

Langford’S Picks And Pans

River City

That was really uncomfortable to watch. It’s so difficult to see Robbie clearly afraid of Will, wondering what will set him off and make Will go from holding him to hitting him. Will is acting like Robbie should just get over it and that some flowers will solve the problem without actually addressing it.

And it’s tough to see Robbie scramble to explain to his friends how he hurt himself and then have to fearfully make Will understand that he never told anyone what really happened. This situation has established a pattern at this point, everything is fine, Will loses his temper and hits Robbie, Will does something to make amends and things are peaceful... for awhile.

But now Robbie is obviously aware that Will’s abuse isn’t just a one off or a mistake, but something that could happen
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Has Girls Gone Wild? Did Glee Short-Change a Reunion? Hot New Girl Necking? And More Qs!

Has Girls Gone Wild? Did Glee Short-Change a Reunion? Hot New Girl Necking? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Girls, The Good Wife, New Girl and Supernatural!

1 | Could there a correlation between Andy Samberg’s rather random Saturday Night Live return/face time and the fact that he now has a sitcom pilot in contention?

2 | What did GirlsAllison Williams do to piss off Lena Dunham? Three episodes into Season 2 and her Marnie character has already endured a painfully awkward sex scene with a gay man and, this week, a threesome involving a doll!
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Katniss Everdeen, Clary Fray, Melanie Stryder & More: The 13 Heroines Who’ll Make 2013 Kick Ass

If you take stories like The Hunger Games, The Host and Warm Bodies to heart, you might think we don’t have much to look forward to in the distant post-apocalyptic future. But in the more immediate days ahead, like say, the rest of 2013, there’s a whole lot to be excited for — especially if you like ladies who kick ass, stand up for what they believe in and protect their loved ones at all costs. It’s going to be a great year for heroines in movies, on TV and in books — but not necessarily the easy-to-love/worship kind. Jennifer Lawrence‘s Katniss Everdeen (this year in Catching Fire), The Americans‘ Elizabeth (Keri Russell), Beautiful Creatures‘ Lena (Alice Englert) and The Great Gatsby’s Daisy (Carey Mulligan) are complex women and girls who don’t automatically know what’s right, and sometimes they have to choose saving themselves over saving the world.
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Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar! Also, Tippi Hedren, Darryl Stephens and "Don't Trust the B----"s Ray Ford.

(L to r) Tippi Hedren, Darryl Stephens, Julie Newmar, Ray Ford

I couldn't resist an invitation to the Gay & Lesbian Elder Housing (Gleh) Golden Globes viewing party thanks to the presence of its Lifetime Achievement Award honoree Julie Newmar, the Tony-winner and original Catwoman on TV's Batman, and "Black and Gold" dance artist Sam Sparro, who performed at the event's venue, The Jim Henson Theatre in Hollywood. We caught up with a few attendees on the red carpet, including the purrrrrfect Newmar, the stunning Tippi Hedren, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23's out gay star Ray Ford, and Noah's Arc alum and Dtla star Darryl Stephens

Julie Newmar

What are you looking forward to this evening?

I'm going to let the show surprise me! Are there any Brits here tonight? 

I just watched you as a mystery guest on What's My Line? You were sensational, and you created a funny character voice.
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26 Books that have Been Adapted into Movies Releasing in 2013 Part Two

Yesterday we took a look at the comic books, graphic novels, plays and news articles that were being adapted into films set for release in 2013 (find that article here) and today we dig a little deeper and take a look at over 25 books that will make the leap from page to screen in the new year and it is a list with some titles you are surely going to want to add to your reading list over the coming months. The list is filled with recognizable authors such as Stephen King, Cormac McCarthy, Orson Scott Card, Suzanne Collins, Tom Clancy, Stephenie Meyer, Nicholas Sparks and F. Scott Fitzgerald. After that you have J.R.R. Tolkien, L. Frank Baum, Hans Christian Andersen and even Stanislaw Lem. Cassandra Clare, Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, Joseph Delaney, Rick Riordan and Isaac Marion deliver some young adult flavor while Ron Rash and Jordan Belfort deliver
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NeNe Leakes: Is She Engaged ... to Her Ex Husband?

NeNe Leakes: Is She Engaged ... to Her Ex Husband?
What better way to kick off the New Year than with a commitment to the one you love? We already know Hugh Hefner tied the knot, Brandy got engaged and Friday Night Lights star Zach Gilford quietly married actress Kiele Sanchez. But which other celebs celebrated love and romance over the holidays? • NeNe Leakes is hinting that she has some happy news to share. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Tweeted a photo of herself and her ex-husband, Gregg Leakes, celebrating New Year's Eve together. She followed up with a series of romantic photos - rose petals in the hallway,
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'Modern Family' & 'Homeland' Top Primetime Emmys

'Modern Family' & 'Homeland' Top Primetime Emmys
Showtime's Homeland and ABC's Modern Family were the big winners at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night, airing live from the Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Read on the for the recap…

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The Drama

Homeland bested drama contenders Boardwalk Empire, Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, Mad Men and Game of Thrones for the Outstanding Drama series honor. The show's leading man Damian Lewis pleasantly surprised the room with an Outstanding Lead Actor win over tough competitors Jon Hamm (Mad Men), Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire), Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey) and Michael C. Hall (Dexter). "I'm one of those pesky Brits, apologies," he said, acknowledging his fellow nominees and the Homeland cast members that he likes "to dine with."

Pics: Star Sightings: A-Listers at the 2012 Emmys

Damian's Homeland co-star Claire Danes won for Outstanding Lead Actress. Besting Glenn Close (Damages), Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey), Julianna Margulies ([link
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