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20 Actors Digitally De-Aged on Film, From Brad Pitt to Robert De Niro (Photos)

  • The Wrap
All the rage right now in CGI is digital de-aging, the act of making an actor look decades younger (or sometimes older) on screen by digitally smoothing out wrinkles and tightening jaw lines. Why hope that a young, untested actor can be convincing as a lookalike Samuel L. Jackson when we have the real thing right here? Imagine photoshopping a picture for a magazine, but now do that over and over for every scene of a movie. It’s not a complicated process, and the technology hasn’t advanced drastically dating back to the first instance in 2006, but the VFX artists have matured to the point that filmmakers can go entire movies with a de-aged actor rather than just a few scenes. Here are just a few actors who have gone under the digital knife.

Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen – “X-Men: The Last Stand” (2006)

The first major instance of digital
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First Look At Selma Blair’s Next Movie ” A Dark Foe ” Unveil’s First Trailer And Poster

The psychological thriller and horror film ‘A Dark Foe,’ features courageous Selma Blair, in the movie she shot before announcing that she is battling Multiple sclerosis, Academy Award nominee Graham Greene,, Bill Bellamy, (Insecure), Ireland Baldwin, (Grudge Match), Julie Gonzalo, (Supergirl), Tokala Black Elk,, Jon Lindstrom (True Detective), Kenzie Dalton (Feud), and newcomer Oscar Cardenas, in the role of tortured FBI agent Tony Cruz. From young Venezuelan director, Maria Gabriela Cardenas (23 years old at the time of filming), in her feature-length debut, “A Dark Foe,” tells the story about a guilt-ridden FBI agent diagnosed with Nyctophobia -a psychological neurosis that sees him paralyzed when the lights go out- on the hunt for a maniac serial killer in a harrowing underworld of sex and death where a demon from his childhood awaits. Early reviews have praised “A Dark Foe as “A compelling story, decidedly dark, unhinged, ”a film with “gruesome personality
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Paramount Network Orders ‘Ink Master’ Spinoff ‘Grudge Match’

Paramount Network has renewed “Ink Master” for two more seasons and ordered another spinoff, titled “Ink Master: Grudge Match.”

Grudge Match” will be the third different spinoff of the tattoo competition franchise, following “Angels” and “Redemption.” In “Grudge Match,” former “Ink Master” contestants will get to “settle vendettas” against their biggest rivals from their time competing on the flagship series. Former “Ink Master” champions Ryan Ashley (Season 8), DJ Tambe (Season 9 and Season 10) and Cleen Rock One (Season 11) will serve as judges.

Consisting of 12 one-hour episodes, “Ink Master: Grudge Match” is slated to premiere this fall. “Ink Master,” which received a season 12 and season 13 pickup, with season 12 debuting June 11. Additionally, Paramount Network has launched a stand-alone “Ink MasterYouTube channel.

Also Read: Paramount Network Chief Explains How They Use 'Setting as a Character'

“The popularity of tattoo culture is at an all-time high, so I am thrilled to expand the incredibly
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Paramount Network Renews ‘Ink Master’ for Season 12 and 13, Orders Spinoff Series

  • Variety
Paramount Network is expanding the reality competition series “Ink Master” with a two-season renewal, and an order for a spinoff series.

The tattoo-competition series will premiere its 12th season, titled “Ink Master: Battle Of The Sexes,” on Tuesday, June 11 at 10 p.m. Et/Pt. The new season features teams of male and female artists competing against each other in the ultimate battle for a chance to win $100,000, an editorial feature in Inked, and the coveted “Ink Master” title.

Past contestants and fan favorites will return throughout the season to coach the teams in various challenges. After each challenge, the contestants face a panel made up of Dave Navarro and tattoo artists Chris Nunez and Oliver Peck. Season 13 is slated to premiere in 2020, and each season will consist of 16 one-hour episodes.

The spinoff series, titled “Ink Master: Grudge Match,” will provide former contestants the opportunity to settle vendettas with their biggest rivals.
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‘Ink Master’ Renewed For Two More Seasons; Spinoff ‘Grudge Match’ Ordered By Paramount Network

Paramount Network is expanding its popular Ink Master franchise across platforms, ordering two more 16-episode seasons (13 and 14) of its hit original tattoo-competition series, and new spinoff series, Ink Master: Grudge Match. Season 13 of Ink Master is slated to premiere in 2020. In addition, Paramount Network has launched a stand-alone Ink Master channel on YouTube, which will be the new home for all Ink Master video content.

While Paramount Network had been designated as Viacom’s leading scripted cable brand, Kent Alterman, President of Comedy Central, Paramount Network, and TV Land, indicated in an interview with Deadline last week that unscripted will remain an important part of the network’s portfolio with the popular Ink Master, Bar Rescue and Lip Sync Battle franchises, leftovers from the network’s former days as Spike, joined by new additions like Wife Swap.

Season 12 of Ink Master, titled Ink Master: Battle Of The Sexes, will premiere Tuesday,
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'Ink Master' Scores Two-Season Renewal, Spinoff at Paramount Network

Paramount Network is making a bigger mark with its unscripted series Ink Master.

The cabler has picked up the long-running tattoo-artist competition for two more seasons — giving it 13 total — and ordered a spinoff called Ink Master: Grudge Match. It's the third spinoff in the franchise, following 2015's Ink Master: Redemption and 2017's Ink Master: Angels. Paramount has also launched a dedicated Ink Master YouTube channel with clips from past seasons, previews and additional content.

Season 12 of the main show, subtitled Battle of the Sexes, is set to premiere June 11. Grudge Match is scheduled to follow in the fall.

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Sylvester Stallone Signs With CAA

  • Deadline
Exclusive: CAA has signed iconic actor, writer, director and producer Sylvester Stallone and his Balboa Productions.

Stallone had been with Wme. He is coming off a reprise of his Rocky Balboa character in Creed 2. This after getting a Best Supporting Actor nom for Creed, which occurred 40 years after his first Oscar nom for the original Rocky. He also got a Best Original Screenplay nom that year when Rocky shocked Hollywood by beating out films including Network, Taxi Driver and All the President’s Men for Best Picture. That was only the second time an actor got nominated for the same role and the time span between Stallone’s nominations was unprecedented.

Stallone next reprises another iconic character when Rambo: Last Blood opens September 20 for Lionsgate, bound to extend the $728 million that the Rambo series has grossed worldwide. Stallone also created and stars in The Expendables franchise, which has grossed over $800 million globally.
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‘Joker’: Robert De Niro Addresses the Connection Between His Character and ‘King of Comedy’

‘Joker’: Robert De Niro Addresses the Connection Between His Character and ‘King of Comedy’
Anticipation is high for “Joker,” Todd Phillips’ grim take on the DC Comics super villain with Joaquin Phoenix in the lead role, in part because Phoenix’s take on the character seems to have more in common with Martin Scorsese crime movies than anything in recent superhero cinema. As if to help that comparison along, Robert De Niro can be glimpsed in the latest trailer as a TV talk show host named Murray Franklin.

With the movie set in 1981, and Phoenix playing the future Joker as a struggling comedian with aspirations of stardom, it doesn’t take a genius to connect the dots with Scorsese’s “The King of Comedy.” In an interview with IndieWire, De Niro confirmed that his role was a nod to that earlier performance.

Released around the same time that “Joker” takes place, “The King of Comedy” stars De Niro as psychopathic comic Rupert Pupkin, a
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‘Second Act’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Jennifer Lopez, Leah Remini, Vanessa Hudgens, Treat Williams, Milo Ventimiglia, Annaleigh Ashford, Charlyne Yi, Alan Aisenberg, Freddie Stroma, Dave Foley, Larry Miller, Dierdre Friel | Written by Justin Zackham, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas | Directed by Peter Segal

Second Act is a comedy in the vein of Working Girl and Maid In Manhattan. Jennifer Lopez stars as Maya, a 40-year-old woman struggling with frustrations from unfulfilled dreams. Until, that is, she gets the chance to prove to Madison Avenue that street smarts are as valuable as book smarts, and that it is never too late for a Second Act.

Peter Segal director of such comedic juggernauts in Get Smart, The Longest Yard and Nutty Professor II: The Klumps follows on from his latest 2013 semi-dramatic comedic boxing film Grudge Match with a Jennifer Lopez feministic inspired dramedy Second Act. A film that has a wonderful charming heart and beautiful melancholic nature but sadly all
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Latest Rambo 5 Image Has Stallone Saddled Up and Ready for Action

Latest Rambo 5 Image Has Stallone Saddled Up and Ready for Action
Sylvester Stallone has announced that he'll be sharing images from Rambo: Last Blood in the coming weeks. To start, the actor offered up a brand-new photo from the highly anticipated sequel, which shows the iconic hero on a horse tending to his ranch. The photo is in black and white, which is the way that Stallone is going to present the upcoming images, but promises that the movie will very much be in color. He had this to say.

"Every few days until the movie comes out I'm going to post images from the upcoming Rambo. See if you can follow along with the story using your imagination. All of the images that I post will be in black-and-white, but the film will be in dramatic color..."

Sylvester Stallone has become an avid social media user over the past few years and has given fans a very cool look into
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'Aquaman' Ready for Fourth Week at #1; 'Dog's Way Home' & 'Upside' Compete for Runner-Up

'Aquaman' Ready for Fourth Week at #1; 'Dog's Way Home' & 'Upside' Compete for Runner-Up
With the new year underway, this weekend sees three new releases vying for a spot in the top ten, though once again not one of them is likely to dethrone Aquaman from the weekend's top spot, which is where WB's latest entry into the DC Extended Universe looks to remain for the fourth straight weekend in a row. As for the week's new releases, Stx will debut The Upside, a remake of 2012's global hit The Intouchables, into over 3,000 theaters; Sony will give family's a new option with A Dog's Way Home; and Entertainment Studios debuts the Keanu Reeves thriller Replicas. At the same time Focus will go nationwide with the release of On the Basis of Sex after two weeks in limited release and Annapurna will do the same with If Beale Street Could Talk. After holding on even better than expected last weekend, look for WB's Aquaman
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Review: Second Act is merely a poor man's Working Girl for the latest lame J. Lo workplace romantic romp

Didn't fluffy-minded workplace rom-coms lose their luster in the late 1980's? One would not think so given the emergence of another Jennifer Lopez marshmallow vehicle in the millennium-age Working Girl knockoff Second Act. Rest assure that neither Working Girl collaborators in Oscar-nominated star Melanie Griffith or late director Mike Nichols will lose sleep over filmmaker Peter Segal's slapdish copycat that just quite does not have the cohesiveness or clever wit to elevate this sluggish blue-collar vs. corporate romancer to its credible core. Contrived, patchy, and meandering, Second Act cannot solve the lingering mystery behind J Lo's penchant for queasy comedy romances that have butchered her film career from duds such as Maid in America to Monster-in-Law (the horrible Gigi not withstanding).  Screenwriters Justin Zackham and Elaine...

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‘Second Act’ Review: Corporate Snobs vs. Jenny From the Block

‘Second Act’ Review: Corporate Snobs vs. Jenny From the Block
Anyone want a pretty package of rom-com fluff for the holidays? You won’t hear shout-outs to Second Act on late-breaking Top 10 lists, but this sweet and sassy confection, directed by Peter Segal (Grudge Match), delivers miles of smiles tied up in a bow. You wouldn’t be wrong if you’re thinking this wish-fulfillment tale of a working-class woman bum-rushing the corporate world is trying to be a Working Girl for millennials. And while it can’t deliver the boundary-pushing kick of that seminal 1988 Melanie Griffith-vs.-the glass ceiling smash,
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Jennifer Lopez fakes her way into a new job and life in trailer for Second Act

Cheesy rom-com alert – a new trailer has arrived for Stx romantic comedy, Second Act. The film follows Jennifer Lopez as “fake” credentials land her the dream job.

Directed by Peter Segal whose previous work includes the 50 First Dates, The Longest Yard and big hitter Grudge Match. The film also includes a cast of Leah Remini (The King of Queens), Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical) with Treat Williams (Hair) and Milo Ventimiglia (This is Us).

The film hits cinemas November 30th

Also in trailers – Steve Carell celebrates the women of Marwen in new trailer for Welcome to Marwen

Second Act Official Synopsis

Jennifer Lopez is Maya, a 40-year-old woman struggling with frustrations from unfulfilled dreams. Until that is, she gets the chance to prove to Madison Avenue that street smarts are as valuable as book smarts and that it is never too late for a Second Act.

Leah Remini and Jennifer Lopez star in Second Act.
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Trailer Lands For Upcoming Rom-Com ‘Second Act’ With Jennifer Lopez

The trailer for the upcoming Second Act, which stars Jennifer Lopez, has just graced the Internet.

Starring Jennifer Lopez (Maid in Manhattan), Leah Remini (The King of Queens), Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical) with Treat Williams (Hair) and Milo Ventimiglia (This is Us) the film is directed by Peter Segal whose previous work includes the 50 First Dates, The Longest Yard and big hitter Grudge Match.

Jennifer Lopez is Maya, a 40-year-old woman struggling with frustrations from unfulfilled dreams. Until, that is, she gets the chance to prove to Madison Avenue that street smarts are as valuable as book smarts, and that it is never too late for a Second Act.


This is a romantic comedy that harks back to the ones like Lopez led at the turn of the century – films we probably have to admit we have a big soft spot for.

Anyway, here’s the trailer. Some
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First Trailer for Corporate Comedy 'Second Act' Starring Jennifer Lopez

"Don't confuse this Facebook thing with who you really are." Stx Ent. has debuted the first official trailer for a comedy titled Second Act, the latest feature film from veteran comedy director Peter Segal. Second Act is about a big box store worker named Maya, played by Jennifer Lopez, who reinvents her life and her life-story and shows Madison Avenue what street smarts can do. My eyes are rolling already just reading this description. Just wait until you see the footage in the trailer, oh yes, it's even worse. The cast includes Milo Ventimiglia, Vanessa Hudgens, Leah Remini, Charlyne Yi, Freddie Stroma, Treat Williams, Dave Foley, and Larry Miller. This is definitely not for me, but maybe some others will perhaps enjoy it. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Peter Segal's Second Act, direct from Stx's YouTube: Second Act is a comedy in the vein of ...
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Creed 2 Begins Production In Philadelphia – Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone and Tessa Thompson Back For Sequel

Production begins today in Philadelphia on Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures and Warner Bros. PicturesCreed II, starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone, reprising their roles of Adonis Creed and Rocky Balboa respectively. Creed II is the continuation of the Rocky saga and sequel to the 2015 critically acclaimed and crowd-pleasing 2015 hit Creed, which took in more than $170 million at the worldwide box office. Ryan Coogler (Black Panther), who directed the first film, returns to the franchise as an executive producer on Creed II.

The new film is being directed by Steven Caple Jr., who helmed the acclaimed 2016 drama The Land.

“When I wrote and directed Creed, I wanted to tell a human story about a family from a new perspective, while also paying homage to the Rocky characters we’ve all grown up knowing and loving. I’ve known Steven was an amazing filmmaker since our days at USC film school together,
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Ibf Champ Errol Spence Says He Hates 'Rocky' and We're Triggered

  • TMZ
[[tmz:video id="0_po6ppajb"]] Warning: This Post Is Full Of Blasphemy. Ibf Welterweight Errol Spence -- one of the most feared boxers on Earth -- is about to do what no fighter has ever done before ... straight Hate on the best movie of all time, "Rocky." Most people think Spence is up next to be the Floyd Mayweather-type, huge deal boxing star, so when we got him out in NYC, we wanted to get to know the slugger a little better.
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Jon Bernthal interview: Pilgrimage, The Punisher and more

Duncan Bowles Jul 20, 2017

We chat to Jon Bernthal about his new film, Pilgrimage, as well as The Punisher, Daredevil and more...

Jon Bernthal is a very busy man. In 2017 alone he’s got seven projects listed and you’d be hard pressed not to catch at least one of them, with Pilgrimage just hitting the shelves, Baby Driver currently across cinema screens, and the rather exciting prospect of The Punisher series hitting Netflix in November.

In Pilgrimage Bernthal plays a mute, channelling his performance through an unspoken relationship with a young, naïve monk (Tom Holland) which gives the film its heart and drive, as they set off as part of a group to try and remove a sacred relic from harms’ way. The film is, for the most part, a tense game of cat and mouse with various threats closing in on them from all sides (including an especially nasty
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Ireland Baldwin Doesn't Regret Posting Revealing Pics

  • Yidio
2017-06-14T07:05:50-07:00Ireland Baldwin Doesn't Regret Posting Revealing Pics

Ireland Baldwin has zero regrets for posting a racy image that had a special message.

Earlier this month, the 21-year-old daughter of actors Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger posted a photo via Instagram where she stripped down to her lingerie. The model captioned the image with a lengthy post where she got candid about accepting her body.

“This is who I am, take it or leave it,” she wrote. “I am not going to be body shamed for being pale or not stick thin. I’m not going to spend hours photoshopping my authenticity away. I’m not going to beat myself up for not looking like someone else.”

“A lot of people I know needed to hear it that week, for some weird reason,” she explained. “So, I don’t know. I was kind of a voice for some people,
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