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Best Santa Claus Movies of All Time

Who doesn't love Santa Claus? This jolly, rotund individual with the big white beard is loved and revered by all. In fact, he is the ultimate uniter. I defy you to tell me any religion that doesn't at least smile somewhat (regardless of how they feel about Christmas) when they see this iconic being. Santa Claus has been portrayed by people of all walks of life. Some looking like the Jolly Ole Saint Nick we see in Norman Rockwell paintings, and other's looking like Don Knotts. Santa is a symbol and that symbol has found no better home (no pun intended) than on the silver screen.

For years this character has been portrayed in movies. He has appeared in cameos and starring roles. In fact, it seems that just adding Santa Claus (and the holiday season) to a film can make it have a longer life. People love nostalgia. They
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Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams Get First Christmas Tree as a Couple

Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams Get First Christmas Tree as a Couple
Sarah Hyland and new beau Wells Adams look more smitten than ever as they take a major step in their new relationship...getting a Christmas tree together. The Modern Family star posted on her Instagram page on Saturday evening a photo of her and the radio DJ and former Bachelorette contestant shopping for one and videos of them decorating it. "First Christmas tree with this one," she wrote.   On their Instagram Stories feeds, Hyland and Adams posted videos of the two decorating the tree as Adams' dog Carl and a TV showing the Will Ferrell comedy movie Elf appear in the background. The tree contains string lights, food and...
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Why do we repeatedly watch trashy films during the festive season?

George Chrysostomou on Christmas viewing habits…

It feels like finally, the Christmas period has rolled around and the collection of assorted chocolate, wine and badly wrapped presents have begun to collect ready for December 25th. And with this season comes the one thing that most people have in common regardless of your religion, traditions or where you live. I am of course talking about the festive film, so called because of its reliance on Christmas comedy, family feuds or Santa in one form or another.

No matter what you do during the month of December, one certainty is that you will turn on the TV to watch a film that you know, deep down, isn’t very good. Yet, this is the fifteenth year you have watched it so why turn back now? (it would have been sixteen in a row except for that year you had to go to the in-laws…
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Justice League Failure Causes a Major Shake-Up at DC Films

Warner Bros. is in the middle of reconfiguring the Dceu after the less than stellar performance of Justice League at the box office, according to a new report from Variety. The report also goes on to say that it's inevitable that Ben Affleck will be leaving Matt Reeves' The Batman and that the director has already been talking to new actors to take over the role, which has been previously reported. There had been rumors before that Warner Bros. was aiming for Justice League to be a homerun and if it wasn't, restructuring would occur to make up for Batman v Superman.

Variety reports that Jon Berg will leave his post as the head of the DC Films division. Berg will apparently become a production partner with Roy Lee, the producer of It and The Lego Movie and Warner Bros. is reportedly currently looking for a replacement for Berg.
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DC Films To Undergo Major Shake-Up In Light Of Justice League Failure

The fallout from Justice League is still being felt at Warner Bros.

In fact, if Variety’s latest scoop is any indication, the studio is about to shake things up at the executive level in the hope of course-correcting its DC Extended Universe. The restructuring effort has allegedly been earmarked for January, and will see Jon Berg stepping down from his post – a post that involved running DC Films alongside Geoff Johns – in favor of a production role opposite Roy Lee (The Lego Movie, It).

Word is Berg never wanted to oversee the entire division for Warner Bros., and approached the studio about adopting a producer role almost six months ago. No word yet on who will replace Jon Berg at the helm of DC Films, but WB will likely want to name his successor sooner rather than later – particularly with Aquaman on the horizon. Meanwhile, Geoff Johns will continue
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Warner Bros. Restructures DC Films, Co-President Jon Berg to Leave Current Post

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Warner Bros. is restructuring its DC Films division and Warner Bros. Co-President of Production and “Justice League” producer Jon Berg will segue into a producer role with Roy Lee (“The Lego Movie” and “It”), an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. “This is something that Jon approached me about six months ago, and he expressed his goal was to ultimately be a producer at the studio,” Warner Bros. Pictures Group president Toby Emmerich said in a statement to TheWrap on Thursday. “I first met Jon when, as a producer, he brought ‘Elf’ to New Line, which remains...
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DC Shake-Up in the Works After ‘Justice League’ Stumbles (Exclusive)

DC Shake-Up in the Works After ‘Justice League’ Stumbles (Exclusive)
Warner Bros. is planning a shake-up and restructuring of its DC Films operation following the box office disappointment of “Justice League,” Variety has learned.

Jon Berg will be leaving his current job running the comic book’s film production division, according to several sources with knowledge of the studio’s plans. A search is underway for his replacement. Berg will instead become a production partner with Roy Lee, the producer of “The Lego Movie” and “It,” who has a deal on the lot.

“This is something that Jon approached me about six months ago, and he expressed his goal was to ultimately be a producer at the studio,” Warner Bros. Picture Group President Toby Emmerich said in a statement to Variety. “I first met Jon when, as a producer, he brought ‘Elf’ to New Line, which remains one of the best and most evergreen titles in the library. We’re thrilled that Jon is partnering with Roy
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Did You Know A Christmas Story's Ralphie Also Starred in Elf?

Did You Know A Christmas Story's Ralphie Also Starred in Elf?
You guys, we may have one of the greatest gifts of knowledge to give to you this holiday season... Remember Ralphie from A Christmas Story? We're sure you do—the slightly awkward, blonde-haired, blue-eyed kid has continued to steal our hearts every time we re-watch the 1983 classic flick. But we just found out something that's blowing our minds...He also starred in another one of our all-time favorite holiday movies: 2003's Elf! Yes, his real name is Peter Billingsley, and he played one of the lead elves, Ming Ming, alongside Will Ferrell as Buddy. He was 12-years-old when he played Ralphie, and apparently he just couldn't grow out of the Christmas spirit! He...
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42 Moments From Elf That Still Fill You With Joy

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Struggling with the holiday spirit? We have a solution: The movie Elf is guaranteed to put you directly into a festive mood, every single time. The Will Ferrell-starring holiday flick has everything going for it: it's hilarious, it's sweet, it's totally quotable, and it makes you psyched about Christmas. There are too many good parts of it to name, so we're just going to show them here. Try not to smile too hard, since it's your favorite! RelatedThe 19 Best Christmas Movies You Can Watch on Netflix17 Holiday Favorites You Can Stream on NetflixPlease Watch A Christmas Prince, Netflix's Unintentionally Hilarious Holiday Romance
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20 Elf Quotes Perfect For Using Every Day of the Holiday Season

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Elf is a movie that never gets old, and even though it's firmly a holiday movie, we find ourselves quoting the Will Ferrell comedy year-round. Buddy the Elf has so many cute one-liners that instantly brighten your day and make you feel like smiling at any time (because smiling is your favorite, of course). Here are the very best quotes from Elf - and how you can incorporate them into your conversations. Related17 Holiday Favorites You Can Stream on Netflix17 Holiday Movies You Have to Watch at Least Once
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New Image for DC’s ‘Titans’ Reveals Brenton Thwaites as the Live-Action Robin

Warner Bros. has revealed the first look at Brenton Thwaites as the live-action Dick Grayson, aka Robin, in the upcoming DC superhero series Titans and he looks legit. Robin's new super suit comes from costume designer Laura Jean Shannon, whose career ranges from Elf to Requiem for a Dream, and who has plenty of experience with designing superheroes after Iron Man, Black Lightning, and Blade: Trinity. They're clearly going for the classic, iconic Robin look with the new costume, from the logo to the weaponry. The new live-action DC superhero series comes from the team behind …
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The Disaster Artist and Elf top our What to Watch weekend preview

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The Disaster Artist and Elf top our What to Watch weekend previewThe Disaster Artist and Elf top our What to Watch weekend previewTanner Zipchen12/1/2017 11:35:00 Am

This weekend in theatres, I'm super excited to see The Disaster Artist and Elf!

The Disaster Artist is finally here! I saw this at Tiff this year and will definitely be seeing it again this weekend. James Franco plays the eccentric Tommy Wiseau in this behind-the-scenes look at the making of his cult-classic, The Room. Awesome supporting cast in this with Seth Rogan, Dave Franco and Alison Brie. Gather all your friends for this one!

Love this comedy so much! In Elf, after inadvertently wreaking havoc on the elf community due to his ungainly size, a man (played by Will Ferrell) raised in the North Pole runs away to the U.S. in search of his true identity. This one is playing as
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Elf and The Polar Express headline our December Family Favourites!

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Elf and The Polar Express headline our December Family Favourites!Elf and The Polar Express headline our December Family Favourites!Jenny Bullough11/30/2017 10:05:00 Am

The weather outside is getting frightful, and with the holidays almost upon us we may be spending way more time in shopping malls than we'd ideally like to. If you're hankering for a much-needed break from the stress of holiday prep, and you're looking to spend some quality time with the kids that doesn't involve leaving a trail of wrapping paper all over the floor, look no further than Family Favourites!

For the first two Saturdays in December, in select theatres, Cineplex is showing holiday-themed kid-friendly movies for just 2.99 per ticket, with a portion of the proceeds going to We.org. Check out the trailers below and click here for tickets and more info!


Even the premise of this modern holiday comedy classic makes
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Coco – Review

With 2017 nearing an end, the multiplex is ready to get you in the mood for the big holiday season. Those Bad Moms and the Daddy’S Home gang have gathered under the tree, and today we’ll find out how Charles Dickens became known in some circles as The Man That Invented Christmas. Now the talented team at Pixar are here to celebrate…Dia de Muertos. Hey that was almost three weeks ago, so you probably just boxed up all your Day of the Dead decorations. Just what are those jokers in Emeryville up to (well, Mexican movie goers did see it closer to the actual date)? Wasn’t that special day fully explored three years with The Book Of Life? Not hardly, and really if Christmas can be the setting for a myriad of flicks (from Elf to Die Hard), why can’t this day have more than one
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My 5: Corbin Bleu’s Favorite Modern, Holiday Classics (Exclusive)

My 5: Corbin Bleu’s Favorite Modern, Holiday Classics (Exclusive)
Only 28 years old, Holiday Inn had been out for nearly 50 years by the time Corbin Bleu was born. But that didn’t stop the former High School Musical star and Dancing With the Stars contestant from stepping into the role made famous by Fred Astaire in Broadway’s musical adaptation of the film.

In fact, Bleu brought a modern flair to the character of Ted Hanover, a professional dancer who loses his partner to an oil tycoon and later sets his sights on friend Jim Hardy’s holidays-only hotel performer and love interest, Linda Mason. In one particular number from the Broadway show, “Let's Say It With Firecrackers,” Bleu performs a solo tap dance with the accompaniment of firecrackers with so much pizazz and style that even Astaire would have been impressed.

“We were really giving a new birth to the new number,” Bleu tells Et about working with choreographer Denis Jones to morph it for his body
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Daddy's Home 2 review

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are joined by John Lithgow and Mel Gibson for Daddy's Home 2. Here's our review...

Will Ferrell’s comedy oeuvre has taken us on a strange journey. With as many hits as misses on his resume over the years, he was still once thought of as a dependable presence in otherwise absurd movies. He thrived at a time when over-long, improvised Apatow-era comedies were king, but his star has waned somewhat since that style fell out of favour.

Which brings us to 2015’s Daddy’s Home, which paired Ferrell with reliable scene partner Mark Wahlberg to create a disappointing family comedy that left very little impression after it was done. But it made enough money at the time to warrant a sequel in the studio’s eyes, so here we are.

Daddy’s Home 2 is not worse than the first film, but it’s still not very good.
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5 Reasons to See Daddy's Home 2

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5 Reasons to See Daddy's Home 25 Reasons to See Daddy's Home 2Amanda Wood11/14/2017 3:06:00 Pm

Will Ferrell is certainly no stranger to making hilarious Christmas movies, with 2003’s Elf helping to put him on the map as one of the funniest men in show business. Ferrell is back in the holiday spirit with Daddy’s Home 2, joining Mark Wahlberg, John Lithgow, Mel Gibson and John Cena as one of the titular Daddies.

In the second instalment of the Daddy’s Home series, co-Dads Brad and Dusty take on the challenge of having a “together Christmas” for their kids. Their fathers – played by Lithgow and Gibson – add a totally new layer of hilarity and fatherly adventures. We’ve put together a list of our top reasons why you should see Daddy’s Home 2 in theatres to kick off the holiday season. Check it out below, and catch Daddy’s Home 2 in Cineplex theatres now.
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‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Review: Mel Gibson Proves to Be One Daddy Too Many in Queasy Holiday Comedy

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‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Review: Mel Gibson Proves to Be One Daddy Too Many in Queasy Holiday Comedy
Daddy’s Home 2” isn’t sorry. It doesn’t care about your stupid feelings. Don’t remember what happened at the end of the last movie, or which home belongs to which daddy? Too bad. Don’t want your festive family comedies to star Mel Gibson as a serial womanizer with a flair for violence? Well, “The Man Who Invented Christmas” isn’t out until next week, so you’re shit out of luck. Don’t understand how Will Ferrell could re-team with Mark Wahlberg when a sequel to “Step Brothers” is possibly the only thing that could pull civilization back from the brink? Get in line.

A follow-up to one of Sofia Coppola’s favorite movies of all time, “Daddy’s Home 2” literally ends with its characters snowbound in a multiplex and forced to watch some limp Hollywood garbage because they don’t have anything better to do. In a better world,
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Daniel Larusso and Johnny Lawrence reunite as The Karate Kid sequel series announces cast and details

Back in August it was announced that Ralph Macchio and William Zabka are set to reprise their roles as Daniel Larusso and his Cobra Kai nemesis Johnny Lawrence for a TV sequel to the 80s classic The Karate Kid, and now thanks to EW we’ve got a look at the two actors reunited!

Daniel Larusso y Johnny Lawrence vuelven en Cobra Kai, la secuela de Karate Kid en Youtube Red (2018). Concepto loquísimo que veré con ansia pic.twitter.com/D9WZr9hKHM

— Paco Polit (@pacopolit) October 24, 2017

The new series, entitled Cobra Kai, picks up thirty years after the duo’s legendary showdown at the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament. Daniel is now a family man and proud owner of the No. 1 car dealership in the Valley, while Johnny has fallen on hard times and is now a heavy drinking, short-fused antihero, doing odd jobs to make ends meet. However, their
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Jon Favreau looking forward to seeing The Indian Adaptation Of Chef

As you probably know, Chef, starring Saif Ali Khan is a remake of the hit 2014 Hollywood film that starred Jon Favreau; who by the way also directed the brilliant film. Now we hear the actor/director is looking forward to watching the official Indian adaptation of the film.

Mr. Favreau has directed a vast range of Hollywood films, including Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and Elf as well as the last global blockbuster The Jungle Book. He has also been the executive producer on Iron Man 3 and the Marvel’s Avengers franchise.

The director has been ecstatic ever since the launch of the trailer and wanted to come to India to watch the film with the team here. However, since he is currently busy with his next film in L.A., the makers are planning to keep a screening for him there.

The official spokesperson of the film confirms the news saying,
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