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‘The Mick’ Gang Chooses Each Others’ Halloween Costumes (Exclusive Video)

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‘The Mick’ Gang Chooses Each Others’ Halloween Costumes (Exclusive Video)
Perhaps a trip to the Party City store would have been the better method for “The Mick” gang to pick out their Halloween costumes. On Tuesday’s episode of the hit Fox sitcom, Mackenzie (Kaitlin Olson) dresses up as Randy Johnson, Alba (Carla Jimenez) is fellow southpaw pitcher Fernando Valenzuela, and Sabrina (Sofia Black-d’Elia) parties hard as Sexy Steve Jobs. Oh, and Jimmy (Scott MacArthur)? Well, he’s just garbage — literally. Also Read: 'The Mick' Star Scott MacArthur on That Soaking Wet Hotel Lobby Scene: 'I Kept Eating Sh-' Tomorrow night, Mickey and Jimmy keep their All Hallows’ Eve tradition going,
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Women and Hollywood Would Like to Thank Its 10th Anniversary Sponsors

Women and Hollywood’s 10th anniversary is finally here! Tomorrow night we’ll be celebrating at a sold-out event in New York City. We’ll also be gathering for events in Los Angeles on October 25 and London on November 27. A lot of outside help went into making these events a reality, and we’d like to take a moment and recognize our generous 10th anniversary sponsors.

To all our sponsors: Thank you so much for supporting our anniversary and our mission of educating, advocating, and agitating for gender equality in the global film industry. We could not have pulled off our anniversary celebrations without you.

Find Women and Hollywood’s 10th anniversary sponsors below. We’d also like to thank our new sponsor, Frank PR, as well!

Women and Hollywood Would Like to Thank Its 10th Anniversary Sponsors was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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‘I Love You Daddy’ Writer-Director Louis C.K. On His Unique Approach To Creating & Distributing Content – Toronto

‘I Love You Daddy’ Writer-Director Louis C.K. On His Unique Approach To Creating & Distributing Content – Toronto
One of the most defining, ubiquitous comedic voices of the last decade—hitting the stratosphere of stand-up stardom and creating hit series including Louie and Horace And PeteLouis C.K. is as much a filmmaker as anything else. Writing on series including The Chris Rock Show and Saturday Night Live before breaking out in a big way on his own, C.K.'s first shorts date back to the early 1990s, with his first feature, Tomorrow Night, going mostly unseen until C.K. brought it…
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Toronto Film Review: Louis C.K.’s ‘I Love You, Daddy’

Toronto Film Review: Louis C.K.’s ‘I Love You, Daddy’
It’s not unusual to encounter a movie shot in black-and-white, or to see that movie set in New York City. But when it features a pointedly old-fashioned romantic musical score, and when all that confectionary sight and sound — lush 35mm! full orchestral swoon! — is presented in counterpoint to a tale of talky neurotics trying to analyze their way out the other side of their problems, we’re most pointedly in the terrain of Woody Allen’s “Manhattan.”

Welcome to “I Love You, Daddy,” an independent comedy directed and co-written by its star, Louis C.K. Technically, it’s his third feature — after “Tomorrow Night,” a doleful little drama he made in 1998, and “Pootie Tang” (2001), his cult hip-hop satire. But “I Love You, Daddy,” in which C.K. plays a Manhattan-based television writer who finds himself in a career crisis just as he’s trying to come to terms with the spoiled, ingenuous
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R.I.P. Oscar Bait: How ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Get Out,’ and ‘The Big Sick’ are Changing the Best Picture Race

R.I.P. Oscar Bait: How ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Get Out,’ and ‘The Big Sick’ are Changing the Best Picture Race
Tomorrow night, the premiere of Alexander Payne’s “Downsizing” will open the Venice Film Festival — and with that, the festival portion of the awards season begins with Telluride this weekend, Toronto next week, and New York at the end of the month. All told, there’s 186 days between the “Downsizing” premiere and the March 4 Oscars broadcast. That period should be the Super Bowl for movie-lovers — a six-month debate about which films are the year’s best, and the opportunity to shine a light on smaller titles otherwise eclipsed by those built for global box-office domination.

This is not what happens.

The fever of awards season now runs so hot and so early that fall festival premieres increasingly serve as a focus group that narrows the Oscar landscape months before films reach a wider audience, including most voters. The judgments aren’t based purely on being a good film; the ultimate
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Our 25 Most-Anticipated Fall 2017 Festival Premieres

After highlighting 55 titles confirmed to arrive this fall, we now turn our attention to the festival-bound films either without distribution or awaiting a release date. Looking over Venice International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, and New York Film Festival titles, we’ve rounded up 25 movies — most of which we’ll be checking out over the next few weeks — that we can’t wait to see.

Check out our 25 most-anticipated festival premieres below, and let us know what you’re most looking forward to.

Caniba (Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel)

As part of the groundbreaking Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel have established themselves at the forefront of modern documentary filmmaking, most notably with their landmark 2012 film Leviathan. In their second collaboration this year (after somniloquies, which premiered at Berlin), the two seem to be engaging with a more typical documentary subject, though the form of Caniba remains to be seen.
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Louis C.K. Shot a Secret Movie with Chloe Moretz and It's Coming Soon

Louis C.K. Shot a Secret Movie with Chloe Moretz and It's Coming Soon
After taking an extended hiatus from his hit TV series Louie, comedian Louis C.K. is returning to the filmmaking world with his first directorial effort in 16 years entitled I Love You Daddy. The film will debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in the Special Presentations section, with the film shot on 35mm black and white film entirely in secret in New York City. The festival released the first photo and cast details this morning, although an exact premiere date was not given yet.

The photo from the Tiff Twitter also reveals that the cast is rounded out by Chloe Moretz, John Malkovich, Rose Byrne, Charlie Day, Helen Hunt and Pamela Adlon. The official Tiff website also reveals the film is 123 minutes in length, with a report from The Los Angeles Times reveals that the story is set in New York City, centering on "Glen Topher, a successful television producer and writer,
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U.K. Casting: Facilitate Conversation Between Young Adults + Parents in Merseyside

Tomorrow Night” is a performance by All Things Considered for young people, staff, and parents that raises awareness about child sexual exploitation. It aims to open up dialogue and create space for difficult conversations between schools, young people, parents, and the wider community. It has been created in close partnership with the police, service providers, parents of and young people who have been exploited. The company is looking for a male actor to join our close team to work in schools in Merseyside. They are seeking someone who has a young playing age 12-15 and who may have experience in facilitation, immersive theatre, or working directly with young people. Actors need to be available October 22, 26, and 27, and November 23-30 (weekdays only), and will need to have a current Dbs and Public Liability Insurance. This project has been funded by The Big Lottery and pays £1600 If you are interested please send
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Big Brother 19 Eliminated Cameron Heard In The Premiere Tonight

Earlier tonight, CBS finally aired the premiere episode of its new Big Brother season 19. It started out by showing the usual introduction footage of the cast. They started with the first group of 8 houseguests. Afterwards, they sent them into the house. Next, they featured the second group of houseguests and sent them into the house. Everyone was very excited as they usually are on the very first day. They introduced themselves to each other and did that whole thing. After that, Julie Chen called them to the living room to eventually remind them that this is a game for a whopping $500,000 and that it starts right now. She gave them instructions about a new game that would involve a major twist. It was pretty simple. Basically, they were all seated in front of a electronic tree or plant. Once it lit up, they had the option to press a button they were given.
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‘The Bachelorette’ Recap: Rachel Takes a Leap of Love in Norway

‘The Bachelorette’ Recap: Rachel Takes a Leap of Love in Norway
It’s episode five of “The Bachelorette” Season 13 and Rachel Lindsay finally gets rid of the professional “tickle monster.” He asks for one last tickle before he leaves! Oh, Rachel. Poor, poor Rachel. The pickings are truly slim!

This sentiment of — what do you call it? Ah, yes, pity — persists throughout the first of a two-night “Bachelorette” event, which kicks off with a tale of two one-on-one dates. First up is Jack Stone.

One thing to know about “The Bachelorette” is that it is a show that requires only one name for contestants. And yet, Jack Stone remains Jack Stone. Together, he and Rachel shuck and shag … shuck oysters and do the “Carolina shag” dance, that is. (Get it??)

“I feel like there’s something missing with Jack,” Rachel says a few minutes into their date. Her comment is followed by a horrifying edit that may as well have cut to the producers foaming at the mouth
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Bumblebee Movie Gets Compared to Iron Giant

Bumblebee Movie Gets Compared to Iron Giant
Tomorrow night, fans will get to see Transformers: The Last Knight in sneak peek screenings across the country, which producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura has said in the past will help set up the upcoming Bumblebee spin-off, hitting theaters next summer. Production is slated to begin next month, and new details have recently surfaced about Bumblebee. Bonaventura has confirmed that the spin-off is a prequel set in the 1980s, comparing the story to the 1999 animated classic The Iron Giant. Here's what the producer had to say, confirming that this story will have far less Transformers characters.

"There are dramatically less Transformers. We hired purposefully Travis Knight, who is a very distinct filmmaker. You can't compete with Michael, you're gonna lose. And also I think the audience wants something different all the time, let's keep them interested. They're gonna get a very emotionally complex story, a very tight story in terms of
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Lucha Underground Cueto Cup Tournament Entrants Announced

Tomorrow night on Lucha Underground, which you can see on the El Rey Network, the first round of the Cueto Cup begins. The winner will receive a title shot against the Lucha Underground Champion at Utima Lucha Tres. Here's a description from El Rey about the tournament.

Tournament Bracket courtesy of El Rey Network

In this week’s all new episode of “Lucha Underground” Johnny Mundo and Rey Mysterio begin their training to take on the Cueto Cup. Who will make it through and take the championship? Plus, Cage pays a visit to City Councilman Lawrence Delgado. The first round of the Cueto Cup begins this Wednesday, June 14th at 8:00Pm Et. Don’t miss new one-hour episodes of the lucha libre wrestling series from Emmy Award®-winning producer Mark Burnett Wednesdays at 8:00Pm Et on El Rey Network.

There are a couple first round match ups which are intriguing.
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Dancing with the Stars Week 10: Who Should Win?

Dancing with the Stars Week 10: Who Should Win?
The end of the season has come! Tomorrow night, we find out who won this season of Dancing with the Stars, and it really could be anybody. That mirrorball trophy could go to pop star Normani Kordei, or football player Rashad Jennings, or baseball player David Ross, especially after they all--as usual--got perfect scores for their final freestyle dances.  The big question is who should it go to?  All three have given us some pretty fun numbers over the past season, but not all dances (or scores) are equal. Let's discuss the dances of the night!  David Ross and Lindsay Arnold: 33/40 + 40/40 = 73/80 Listen, David's fun. He's fun to watch. He seems nice, and...
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Pete Davidson Reacts to Bobby Moynihan’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ Departure: ‘It Breaks My Heart’

Pete Davidson Reacts to Bobby Moynihan’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ Departure: ‘It Breaks My Heart’
Tomorrow night’s episode of “SNL” marks the end of an era, as it will be Bobby Moynihan’s last go-round on the show after a nine-season tenure. Pete Davidson has marked the occasion with a heartfelt Instagram post, writing that the imminent departure of everyone’s favorite Drunk Uncle “breaks [his] heart.”

Read More: As Bobby Moynihan Exits ‘SNL,’ Let’s Remember His Greatest Work Yet: ‘Best Buy Firing’

“Tomorrow is our last show together. It breaks my heart,” begins the post. “When I became a cast member you were really there for me and such a pal. I wouldn’t have been able to get through it without you. Over the past few years we’ve become great friends and I’m honored to have met you and have you in my life. You’re one of the funniest people I know and I’ll never forget the time
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Drax Has No Manners In New Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Promo

Tomorrow night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Chris Pratt will debut the third trailer for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. We’re not sure just what exactly it’ll show off, but if this new sneak peek is any indication, it seems like we’ll be getting a look at Drax’s manners. Or lack thereof.

Of course, that’s far from the only thing this upcoming preview will bring us, as we’re also expecting to get another look at the sequel’s explosive action, the hilarious dynamic between the titular team (which is on full display in the clip above) and probably some more of the new villains who are set to be introduced here. Besides all that, there will no doubt be some inspired music to accompany the footage, as has been the case with previous trailers.

Marvel’s been keeping most of the plot
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Milo Ventimiglia Writes Sweet Note for This Is Us Fans — and Preps Them for an ‘Emotional Episode’

Milo Ventimiglia Writes Sweet Note for This Is Us Fans — and Preps Them for an ‘Emotional Episode’
This Is Us audiences, you’ve been notified to get the tissues ready!

Ahead of Tuesday’s brand new episode of the NBC drama, the series’ star, Milo Ventimiglia, took to Twitter to notify viewers that they should prepare for an emotional night.

In a sweet tweet, Ventimiglia, 39, shared a picture of himself holding a notebook with a handwritten note for fans, excusing them from work or school on Wednesday because of what’s to come.

“Dear Sir/Madame, Please excuse from work/school today, Wednesday,” the note reads. “Last night was a very emotional episode of This Is Us.
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Newswire: Moonlight and Manchester cleaned up with the National Society Of Film Critics

Tomorrow night, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will gather to treat Hollywood’s glittering stars to an evening of shiny trophies and Jimmy Fallon, in the form of the 74th Annual Golden Globes. (Fyi: You can hang out with us right here as we live blog the awards starting at 7:50 p.m. Eastern.) But some of the nation’s top film critics have already weighed in on their favorite movies of the year, with the National Society Of Film Critics voting on its annual film awards earlier today.

Unsurprisingly—given their status as consistent critical darlings—the big winners this year were Barry JenkinsMoonlight and Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester By The Sea. Moonlight did especially well, with Jenkins bringing home Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, and a Best Supporting Actor award for Mahershala Ali with his tale of a young man coming of age in the ...
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The First Glimpse at Bruno Mars' Carpool Karaoke Is Here

The First Glimpse at Bruno Mars' Carpool Karaoke Is Here
It's a new week, so it's obviously time for a new Carpool Karaoke.  Last week's segment with Madonna gave us revelations about her more-than-friendship with Michael Jackson and her perfect man. Tomorrow night, it's Bruno Mars' turn to ride shotgun in what is quickly becoming the most famous totally nodescript black SUV on television.  The "24k Magic" singer has been everywhere lately, performing on Saturday Night Live and at the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, and now we know for sure that he's seat-dancing to his latest hit on Carpool Karaoke too. Unfortunately, the teaser's so short that that's all we know for sure, but we're pretty...
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Crazy Trailer Tease For Spider-man: Homecoming Confirms Last Week's Reports! (Video)

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Last week, we shared with you a description of some of the Spider-Man: Homecoming footage that Sony/Marvel brought to Brazil for Ccxp. That description included the fact that Spider-Man was receiving a suit upgrade from Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) that would include the classic "web wings" that were a part of the earliest incarnations of his costume. At the time, we were promised that we'd get to see some of that footage for ourselves when the first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming was released "soon."

Today we can report that every bit of that turned out to be true. The "web wings" are in; The sequence where he gets the upgrade and dons the newly-upgraded suit is in the trailer; and the trailer is coming out soon. How soon? Tomorrow night soon!

Check out the Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer tease below, and join me to discuss a couple of notable
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