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James Woods Says He Was Dropped by ‘Liberal’ Talent Agent

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James Woods Says He Was Dropped by ‘Liberal’ Talent Agent
James Woods needs new representation. The actor, an outspoken conservative, said via Twitter on Thursday that he was dropped by his talent agent on July 4th because of his political views.

Woods shared what he described as an email exchange with Gersh talent agent Ken Kaplan, who Woods called “a political liberal.” Woods posted a screenshot of Kaplan’s email, which reads, “It’s the 4th of July and I’m feeling patriotic. I don’t want to represent you anymore. I mean I could go on a rant but you know what I’d say.”

In a separate tweet, Woods shared his response, which says, “Dear Ken, I don’t actually. I was thinking if you’re feeling patriotic, you would appreciate free speech and one’s right to think as an individual. Be that as it may, I want to thank you for all your hard work and devotion on my behalf.
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James Woods’ Agent Dropped Him As a Client on Fourth of July, Told the Actor He Was ‘Feeling Patriotic’

James Woods’ Agent Dropped Him As a Client on Fourth of July, Told the Actor He Was ‘Feeling Patriotic’
James Woods, who has become notorious for being an outspoken conservative on Twitter in recent years, is in need of new talent agent. The actor revealed to his over 1.5 million Twitter followers that his agent Ken Kaplan had dropped him as a client on the night of the Fourth of July (via Mediaite). Kaplan sent Woods an email saying he was “feeling patriotic” and did not want to represent Woods anymore.

Woods published the email exchange between the two on Twitter. Kaplan’s email reads: “It’s the 4th of July and I’m feeling patriotic. I don’t want to represent you anymore. I mean I could go on a rant but you know what I’d say.” Woods noted that unlike himself, Kaplan is a political liberal.

In his response to Kaplan, Woods said he did not know what Kaplan would say in a rant. Woods explained that “if you’re feeling patriotic,
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Generation X Finally Fixes a Long-Broken, Fan-Favorite Mutant

Spoiler Warning: The following article contains major spoilers for Generation X #86 by Christina Strain, Amilcar Pinna, Felipe Sobreiro and Clayton Cowles, on sale now.

Two generations of X-Men have banded together to stop the threat of M-Plate, the sinister fusion of Monet St. Croix and her brother Emplate. Jubilee, Husk and Chamber, former teammates of M in the original Generation X, are now X-Men themselves, in charge of the school’s class of troubled mutants such as Kid Omega, Eye Boy and Bling. With a personal and deadly threat on the prowl in the mansion, Jubilee is forced to seek help from a student who could not care less, but who is eventually responsible for the long-awaited return of her powers.
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13 Most Devastating Breakups of 2016: From Brangelina to Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney

See ya later!

This year has seen a lot of celebrity breakups, from Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's public separation to Taylor Swift's split from Calvin Harris And Tom Hiddleston.

But, like they say, the end of one chapter is just the beginning of another. Here's a recap of this year's most devastating breakups (in no particular order).

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

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This year marked the end of Brangelina.

Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt in September after two years of marriage and requested physical custody of their six children -- Maddox, Shiloh, Pax, Zahara, and twins Vivienne and Knox. Both parties, who began dating in 2005, listed Sept. 15, 2016 as their separation date, and cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for their divorce.

Watch: Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: A Timeline of Their Relationship From 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' to Divorce

Over the past few months, their divorce drama has continued to make headlines
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Mallrats 2 is now a 10-episode TV series




Mallrats 2 - Aka Mallbrats - is no longer heading to cinemas. Instead, it'll be a 10-part TV show...

You may have seen this slice of news over the weekend, but it still seems worthy of discussion. Kevin Smith’s planned sequel to Mallrats is no longer destined for cinemas. Instead, it’ll be a ten episode TV series.

“We started reconfiguring the idea of doing Mallrats not as a film but as a series, and Universal and I are just about to close our deal to do Mallrats the series,” Smith revealed during an interview on Philadelphia’s Wmmr radio station.

He added: “Then we take it out into the world and find a home for it. So, instead of doing a Mallrats movie, I’m going to do 10 episodes of a Mallrats series.”

Smith headed to Twitter shortly afterwards to confirm the news, and also hinted that his directorial gig on The Flash season 2 played a part in this reconfiguration of Mallrats 2...

Thanks to @CW_TheFlash, I've started setting up shop in scripted TV! First up: #BuckarooBanzai. Next up, #Mallrats!

— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) June 10, 2016

Apparently, Philadelphia’s Exton Square Mall is the planned location for the series’ shoot. First, though, Smith and Universal must find a network to sign up as the broadcaster.

Smith’s Mallrats 2 movie script was previously going by the title Mallbrats. We’ll have to wait and see if that’s still the title when the project reaches our telly screens.

In other Kevin Smith news, the writer-director has also expressed an interest in directing either Daredevil or The Defenders for Marvel Studios/Netflix.

We’ll keep you posted as Smith’s manifold projects continue to develop.

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Arrow season 5: Kevin Smith wants to write two episodes




After directing a great episode of The Flash season 2, Kevin Smith wants to stick with The CW by writing for Arrow...

Kevin Smith’s episode of The Flash season 2 – episode 21, The Runaway Dinosaur – was one of the best of the season. As such, The CW has already snapped up Mr Smith to direct another The Flash instalment early on in season 3.

But Smith doesn’t want to stop there. He also wants to write for Arrow, the first superhero show in The CW’s shared universe, that has since spawned The Flash, Vixen and Legends Of Tomorrow.

Arrow star Stephen Amell said that getting Smith on board would be “a f*cking awesome idea” over on his Facebook page, and the Clerks writer-director responded on Twitter with this...

I wanna do 2 very Seven-ish @CW_Arrow ep's w/ #Onomatopoeia! I'd love to get my words in your mouth,
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Watch the trailer for animated superhero adventure Bling

With two weeks to go before its release, a trailer has arrived online for the upcoming animated superhero adventure Bling which features the voice talents of Taylor Kitsch, Jennette McCurdy, James Wood, Carla Gugino, Tom Green, Jon Heder and Jason Mewes. Check it out below after the official synopsis…

Bling follows the tale of lowly theme park mechanic Sam whose plan to marry the girl of his dreams is thwarted by a super villain. It is up to him and his team of superhero robots to save the city. Can this accident-prone amusement park mechanic get back his ring, stop the villain, and win the girl before it’s too late?

Bling is set for release on May 6th.
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Links: The Beguiled, Real O'Neals, Celebrity Politics, and More

Let's try to cover everything we haven't mentioned lately (whew). The biggest and most obvious is that Sofia Coppola, whose plans to follow up Bling Ring with a live action Little Mermaid are no more, is now supposedly working on a remake of the Clint Eastwood romantic drama The Beguiled (1971). The film will star two darlings of Tfe Nicole Kidman and Kirsten Dunst. Plus Elle Fanning so Coppola already sold all the tickets to our crowd. The Clint role is as yet uncast. They're said to be looking for a 'Chris Pratt' type but what this surely calls for is a watch of the original film to familiarize ourselves.

Let's do it together shall we? It's available on Amazon and iTunes so let's all watch it by April 8th or so and we'll discuss. Deal?

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Jason Mewes talks ‘Bling’ and ‘Mallrats 2’

When was the last time you saw a movie about jewellery and robots? The answer to that unusual question is something Google Play are banking on for Bling, the first animated film to be distributed via the platform. Best of all it’s free!

Concerning the calamity that ensues when a hopeful man’s engagement surprise is mistakenly acquired by a supervillain, it features attention-grabbing elements such as positronic primate Kit, voiced by Jay and Silent Bob star Jason Mewes.

Putting on our best suit, and with our best inquiries boxed up and ready to be sprung, we took Mr Mewes to the nearest restaurant in the hope he’d accept our proposal. Along the way we couldn’t help but talk about his most famous role and working with friend and quietest Bob in history Kevin Smith for the past couple of decades…

What was your reaction when you were told about the concept?
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Jason Mewes interview: Bling, Clerks III, MallBrats, superheroes




We spoke to actor and frequent Kevin Smith collaborator Jason Mewes about his new movies Bling, Yoga Hosers, MallBrats and Clerks III

Clerks is one of the movies that made me love movies, and so it was with more pre-interview nerves than usual that I waited on hold to connect with Jay actor Jason Mewes via a crackly international phone-line.

We were due to talk about the animated movie Bling - in which Mewes voices a robot monkey called Kit, who shirks his responsibilities as a theme park employee to help the main character (voiced by Taylor Kitsch) take down a super villain and propose to his girlfriend – but the memory of all the nights I’ve spent chuckling away to Jay and Silent Bob’s antics had put some serious fear into me.

I needn’t have worried, because Mewes proved to be a lovely chap to chat with,
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Momentum scores multi-territory 'Bling' deal

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Exclusive: Taylor Kitsch-voiced animation heads to Us, UK, Australia, more.

Celsius Entertainment has licensed animation Bling to Momentum Pictures for English-speaking territories including North America, UK, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

The family action-adventure featues the voices of Taylor Kitsch, Carla Gugino, Jennette McCurdy, James Woods, Tom Green and Jason Kravitz.

It charts the story of Sam (Kitsch), a lowly robot mechanic who must use all his talents to save his city and his true love Sue (McCurdy) from the crazed machinations of evil genius Oscar (Kravitz) and robot henchman Victor (Woods).

The deal was concluded by Jessica Labi,VP of acquisitions at Momentum Pictures and Celsius’ Thierry Wase-Bailey.

Additional deals to have closed include Scandinavia (Scanbox Entertainment), Israel (Filmhouse), Turkey (Filmdom Media), Middle East (Shooting Stars) and Greece (Odeon).

The completed feature is produced by Korean animation studio Digiart (Shark Bait) in association with Korean VFX Digital Idea. Directors are [link
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