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BFI London 2019: Cult Program Includes The Lighthouse, Leap Of Faith And Color Out Of Space

It's always good to know that you do not always have to seek a genre only festival to get your cult kicks.    Brush off your best tweed jacket, it's time to hob knob with the upper crust at the BFI London Film Festival, specifically their Cult Program.    The Cult Program has quite a few standout selections this year. The program will be led by a gala presentation of Robert Eggers' The Lighthouse. There is a bevy of feature films from genre cinema's statesmen as well. Fabrice du Welz is coming with Adoration. Richard Stanley's Color Out of Space will be there. Our friend Alexandre O. Phlippe's new Exorcist documentary Leap of Faith will delight fans of the William Friedkin classic horror flick.  ...

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Arrow Season 8: Willa Holland to Return

Kayti Burt Sep 18, 2019

Thea Queen actress Willa Holland is set to return in the third episode of Arrow Season 8. Here's what we know...

Let's be real, since the earliest episodes of Season 1, Thea (Willa Holland) has been one of the strongest characters on Arrow. From her start as the emotionally-distraught party girl sister who called Oliver on his worst habits to her Season 6 role as superhero Speedy who still called Oliver on his worst habits, Arrow Season 8 (aka the final season) wouldn't be quite right without an appearance from this Og character.

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According to Green Arrow TV, Holland is rumored to make her return in the third episode of Season 8, "Leap of Faith," set to air October 29th. She will recur in the final season, though it is unclear at this point how many episodes that will translate to—it would be very cool to
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Chesapeake Shores Season 4 Episode 2 Review: Leap of Faith

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What's life without challenges?

If you're answer is "not much" or something similar, then maybe you're excited for all of the trying times ahead for the characters on Chesapeake Shores.

Internal strife was at the ready on Chesapeake Shores Season 4 Episode 2, that's for sure.

Overall, it was a great episode because every character got equal attention. Sometime's time is not as carefully weight, but everyone got a very fair shake on "Leap of Faith."

Chesapeake Shores Review: The End Is Where We Begin

It's never good when family and friends are more concerned about your upcoming nuptials than you are.

Not that Sarah isn't excited; she's very happily engaged to Kevin. What she isn't so convinced about is the fancy affair the family who loves events and pretty things wants to plan on her behalf.

Bree: Now that is stupidly beautiful.

Jess: I knew that was a thing.

Sarah: Really?
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Arrow Season 8 Release Date, Cast, Episodes, Trailer, News, and Story Details

Mike Cecchini Sep 16, 2019

Oliver Queen and his crime-fighting crew will return for one final season with Arrow season 8! Here's everything you need to know.

It's been a rough year for Oliver, Felicity, John, and the rest of Team Arrow, but the crime-fighting crew will push forward for Arrow season 8. And with a new season comes new challenges, certainly the biggest ones of all for Oliver Queen. With Crisis on Infinite Earths looming for the entire Arrowverse, might the life of Green Arrow be on the chopping block? It's very possible, especially considering that Arrow Season 8 has been confirmed as the show's final season. We have more details on what that might mean right here.

Until the show arrives on Oct. 15, we'll keep you updated on everything you need to know about the final season right here...

Arrow Season 8 Episodes

Arrow Season 8 will consist of 10 episodes. Here's the confirmed information we have about them so far,
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Spider-Ham, Spider-Man Noir, and Penny Parker Are Introduced in This New Clip for Spider-man: Into The Spider-verse

Things get even weirder for Miles Morales as he meets Spider-Ham, Spider-Man Noir, and Penny Parker in a fun new clip that was released for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

I also just want to say there is a lot more to the introductions of these characters than just this. This clip is just a little tease.The embed also features a video that offers some vulgar R-rated outtakes of comedian John Mulaney voicing Spider-Ham.

As an added bonus, I also included a clip called “Leap of Faith”, which is the point in the film where Miles Morales makes his full transformation into Spider-Man.

If you’re looking to preserve the experience of watching this movie on the big screen, I suggest you don’t watch these clips. But if you don’t care, and want to see some cool and entertaining footage, then by all means, watch away!

This is
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Jenny Bicks Signs Overall Deal With Lionsgate TV

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Sex and the City alumna Jenny Bicks has signed an overall deal with Lionsgate TV. Under the pact, she will develop and produce original television series for the studio.

Bicks served as executive producer on HBO’s signature comedy Sex and the City and executive producer/showrunner on the Showtime dark comedy seriesThe Big C. She created and executive produced the ABC dramedy Men in Trees and the NBC comedy Leap of Faith.

Bicks most recently served as executive producer/showrunner on season 2 of HBO’s Divorce, starring Sex and the City’s Sarah Jessica Parker. HBO has yet to make a renewal decision on the dark comedy series, but Liz Tuccillo replaced Bicks as showrunner as scripts are being written for a potential third season. Bicks also worked on Dawson’s Creek and co-wrote the screenplays for Oscar-nominated The Greatest Showman, starring Hugh Jackman, and Rio 2.

“Jenny has
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Project Runway Recap: Descendants Challenge Pits Good vs. Evil

Project Runway Recap: Descendants Challenge Pits Good vs. Evil
Warning: What I’m about to say is shocking, controversial and completely out of character for me — but I have to begin this week’s Project Runway recap by defending one of the twins.

IcymiLast Week’s Project Runway Recap: Whose Sleepwear Look Was to Dye For?

Claire (you know, with the hair) found herself in the bottom three this week, alongside Samantha (whose look was called “just ugly” by judge Zac Posen) and Aaron (whose streamer-riddled mess of an outfit led to his elimination). As we all know by now, the twins aren’t ones to stay quiet, so
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Project Runway Recap: Whose Sleepwear Look Was to Dye For?

Project Runway Recap: Whose Sleepwear Look Was to Dye For?
Thursday’s Project Runway put the remaining 13 designers in an Empire State of Mind, requiring them to draw inspiration from one of New York City’s most iconic locations.

IcymiLast Week’s Project Runway Recap: Whose Leap of Faith Paid Off in Week 3?

This week’s challenge was to design a look for Heidi Klum Intimates™, following an actual slumber party at the Empire State Building. Most of the designers, particularly Aaron and Samantha (who’s had about 10 seconds of screen time all season), were excited about this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The twins, on the other hand, weren’t quite as thrilled; Claire,
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Why Did Teen Wolf Spoil Kiss? Is Idol Regretting Katy Perry Splurge? Runway Twins: Yay or Nay? And More TV Qs

Why Did Teen Wolf Spoil Kiss? Is Idol Regretting Katy Perry Splurge? Runway Twins: Yay or Nay? And More TV 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 Wynonna Earp, Teen Wolf, Project Runway and The Night Shift!

1 | Wynonna Earp kinda flubbed the characters’ eyelines as the helicopter flew past, huh?

RelatedWynonna Earp Boss Breaks Down the Season Finale’s Big Reveal, Offers Up Dream Casting

2 | Any Halt and Catch Fire viewers notice the typo in the headline of that Pilgrim review? (It’s “Sneak Peek,” not “Sneak Peak.” Come on!)

3 | About that Game of Thrones finale: Do you think
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Why You Should Know ‘Snowfall’ (and ‘West Wing’ and ‘Wire’) Actress Michael Hyatt

Why You Should Know ‘Snowfall’ (and ‘West Wing’ and ‘Wire’) Actress Michael Hyatt
Playing tough-loving single mother Cissy Saint on Snowfall, filmmaker John Singleton’s new drama about the origins of the crack epidemic in America, Michael Hyatt got the part the way she’s gotten countless others: Auditioning.

“I’m a working actor,” Hyatt tells Et. The explanation is so matter-of-fact that the question of how she got the role on the new FX series almost seems ridiculous -- but that’s to say she sees it that way. The opportunity for the part came along and “I auditioned for it.”

Such is the life of Hyatt, who has built an acting career largely filled with playing familiar faces on various award-winning TV series. There’s Angela Blake on season five of The West Wing, Brianna Barksdale on The Wire, Judge Sheffield on Franklin & Bash, Katherine Davis on the second installment of True Detective, Det. Muncie on Ray Donovan and Dr. Akopian on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, who was most
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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 2 Episode 13 Review: Can Josh Take a Leap of Faith?

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They say love makes you crazy – it's never held quite as much weight as it does now.

On Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 2 Episode 13 Rebecca is thrilled to be saying 'I do,' surrounded by her dad, and friends, and her dad, and family, and her dad – but did she actually become Mrs. Joshua Felix Chan?

With buried secrets coming to the surface, Trent back in town, and God calling, it's not surprising that ReJoshecca ChaBunch's big day ended the way it did.

It's a lovely day to chat about a wedding, so let's dive in and answer some of those questions!

Rebecca: Um, it's three days until out wedding! Can you believe it?

Josh: Oh, yes. So exciting. Then it will all be over with.

Rebecca: Hey!

Josh: I mean, a wedding is great, but I'm excited for our actual life together to start.

Rebecca: Aw, that's sweet – but weddings are also really important.
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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Season 2: Series Creator on Crazy Finale Twists and What to Expect From Season 3

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Season 2: Series Creator on Crazy Finale Twists and What to Expect From Season 3
[Spoilers follow for Season 2, Episode 13, “Can Josh Take a Leap of Faith?”]

“Well, now it’s really going to be ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, isn’t it?” co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna said with a laugh, following a press screening of “Can Josh Take a Leap of Faith?,” the Season 2 finale of the Golden Globe-winning show.

“They’ve really been together now so she really is an ex now,” she went on to clarify about the relationship between Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III) and Rebecca (Rachel Bloom), the titular “crazy ex” who moved to West Covina, California at the beginning of Season 1 thanks to a renewed obsession with her former drama camp sweetheart. Rebecca and Josh had their ups and downs over the last two seasons, but their romance became a trainwreck on the day of their hastily planned wedding, when Josh left Rebecca at the altar, and Rebecca embraced her inner craziness to declare her need for revenge.

The plan, McKenna said, was always to
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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 2 Episode 12 Review: Is Josh Free in Two Weeks?

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Rebecca and Josh are getting hitched in just one week – over Trent's dead body!

On Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 2 Episode 12, the stress of the #BunchofChans wedding is reaching its boiling point, leaving Rebecca wondering if she's Really 'okay,' while Josh realizes that he might be a guest at his own wedding.

Disappointing parents abound, and surprising heroes step up to bat to help make Rebecca's dream wedding a reality.

We should really just start chatting about it, don't you think?

Let's start with Nathaniel's life cleanse.

We know he's disgusted by his attraction to Rebecca – his song was one hilariously crass insult to her wrapped in romantic interludes.

The fact that it's bothering him to the the extent that he needs to green-juice her out of his system, and everything else that's ever entered his body, seems like one extreme case of denial.

This sounds a bit familiar, doesn't it?
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'Nashville' Top Moments: Who Snuck into Rayna's Good Graces in 'Leap of Faith'?

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'Nashville' Top Moments: Who Snuck into Rayna's Good Graces in 'Leap of Faith'?
On Nashville season 5 episode 4, "Leap of Faith," a few of our superstars made leaps toward their futures. Juliette, still frustrated with her lack of recovery and ignoring the fact that she can at least feel below her waist now, focused herself on forcing herself to get better and being able to walk again with unintended consequences. Meanwhile, Rayna got an offer to keep Highway 65 Records afloat, while someone else took their own future into their hands ... and Rayna's.
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Nashville Recap: Too Much, Not Enough

Nashville Recap: Too Much, Not Enough
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Nashville recap here.

First, Nashville‘s new showrunners brought Rayna and Deacon’s sexy back. Then they made Maddie palatable and maybe even a little likable again. In this week’s episode, they complete the hat trick by executing an admirable repair job on the beat-up ‘ship known as the Barnes-Barkley romance.

Yep, it looks like “Javery” is back in business, if the bow-chicka-wow-wow that starts at the end of “Leap of Faith” is any indication.

RelatedNashville‘s Rayna and Deacon Are Sexy Again! Charles Esten Explains Why

Elsewhere in the hour,
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Nashville “Leap of Faith”: Will Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere Keep the Ratings Up?

Nashville has brought record ratings to Cmt and tonight’s “Leap of Faith” aims to continue the up trend. The show’s definitely taken some risks this season by adding a transgender to the cast as well as involving Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) in a horrific plane accident rendering her paralyzed. Juliette is wearing a harness and standing on a treadmill as she fights flashbacks in attempt to take her first steps. “She’s taking this on head first, and she is trying to, come hell or high water,” Panettiere, said on Amazon’s Style Code Live. “She wants to walk again, and she

Nashville “Leap of Faith”: Will Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere Keep the Ratings Up?
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'Nashville' Recap: Juliette Pushes Avery Away

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'Nashville' Recap: Juliette Pushes Avery Away
On this episode of Nashville, "Leap of Faith," finding himself constantly tempted by other men, Will reconsiders if Kevin is the "one," Zach Welles offers Rayna a deal, but she has reservations and Avery and Juliette's relationship reaches a tipping point.

Will may have asked Kevin to cohabitate, but it's only because he feels guilty about wanting to bone the smarmy fashion designer, Jakob Fine. He seems to be having second thoughts, and Kevin's increasing neediness isn't helping. After finding out Will had a gig and didn't invite him, Kevin does his best Penny Lane impression. Will is feeling smothered, and here comes Kevin, throwing a big old blanket on top of the hunky country star.
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Nashville's Juliette Barnes Won't Let a Plane Crash Keep Her Down

Nashville's Juliette Barnes Won't Let a Plane Crash Keep Her Down
"Hell yes." Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) is determined to walk again on Nashville after her horrific plane crash in the season four finale, and if there's anyone who can start walking "way ahead of schedule," it's Juliette Barnes, y'all. E! News has your exclusive first look at tonight's episode, aptly titled "Leap of Faith," of the Cmt drama, which features Juliette seeking advanced treatment in order to take her first step...but it seems like she is still dealing with the psychological and emotional damage from the crash as well, leading to a full-blown panic attack. But it doesn't sound like Juliette will give up so easily, as Hayden Panettiere recently...
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Review: ‘Assassin’s Creed’ is a Visually Impeccable, Assaultive Videogame Adaptation

Over three-dozen times has Hollywood tried their hand at the videogame adaptation, and the results, to say the least, have left much to be desired. Perhaps it’s the lack of venerable source material, but translating the entertainment factor of videogames — an experience in which the user often repeatedly fails until some enjoyment is ultimately had — has most adaptations feeling like one is watching characters play in God mode, making most big-screen attempts come across as dull, live-action cut-scenes. Enter Macbeth and Snowtown director Justin Kurzel, who brings perhaps the best visual eye yet for a videogame adaptation (apologies, Paul W.S. Anderson defenders), along with one of the finest ensembles. Despite this talent, Assassin’s Creed bears a jumbled narrative and self-serious approach that ends up feeling far too assaultive on the senses without any genuine pay-off.

Michael Fassbender portrays Callum Lynch, a criminal on death row who, after a lethal injection,
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‘Assassin’s Creed: Original Motion Picture Score’ Review

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It is fair to say that while I review a lot of movies, the scores aren’t really something I look at. This is why when I was offered the chance to review the Assassin’s Creed: Original Motion Picture Score composed by Jed Kurzel, I jumped at the chance. performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra it is a score full of power. While I may have some doubts about the film itself, I found myself enjoying the music that it will include.

Looking at the track listing (which I will list at the end of the review as there are mild spoilers, and it makes it easier to skip over) there are various prompts as to what to expect. We see tracks that are obviously based in reality (and the past lives), and then we have ones such as “Abstergo” which are more futuristic in manner.

The tracks based
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