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Headed to a Water Park This Summer? Here’s What You Need to Know to Stay Safe

Headed to a Water Park This Summer? Here’s What You Need to Know to Stay Safe
Water parks can be a fun way to stay cool during the summer, but they don’t come without certain risks. Here’s what you need to know to safeguard your next water adventure.

Know your limits. If you don’t know how to swim or you’re not a strong swimmer, only go on rides or in pools where the water level doesn’t go over your head, or be sure to wear a life jacket. Feet first. Most parks require that you go down the slides feet first and face up to protect your head and neck. Obey the rules.
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The Walking Dead's Michael Cudlitz on That 'Rough' Season 7 Premiere

The Walking Dead's Michael Cudlitz on That 'Rough' Season 7 Premiere
Warning (for the two of you left who haven’t watched or gone online since Sunday night): The following contains spoilers for the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead.

Though the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead was hard as hell on us viewers, Michael Cudlitz took it — and Abraham’s fate — like a champ. So he was in good spirits Monday when, during a conference call with reporters, he revealed how long he’d known that his character would be dying along with Glenn, how he supported castmate Steven Yeun and how he went the extra mile to
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Rhett & Link Release Musical Comedy Album Ahead Of The Launch Of Their YouTube Red Series

Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal, known collectively as Rhett & Link, are Renaissance men of YouTube. They’ve entertained audiences with music videos, talk shows, so-bad-they’re-good commercials, and podcast episodes. Now, they’re adding a musical comedy album to their repertoire. It features music from their upcoming YouTube Red series Rhett & Link’s Buddy System, which will premiere on October 19th.

Buddy System will follow Rhett & Link as they hunt down a vengeful ex who has stolen their phone and used it to break into their YouTube channel. As they embark on their trip, they will frequently break into song. The Buddy System album includes seven tracks, including numbers about exercise bikes, power naps, and, fittingly, BFFs.

The forthcoming YouTube Red series and its accompanying album are the latest steps in what has been a long creative journey for Rhett & Link. Their previous foray into the world of long-form programming
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20 Feet From Stardom | Blu-ray Review

It’s not surprising that one of the best musically inclined docs of 2013 was pieced together by director Morgan Neville, a filmmaker who over the years has cinematically profiled the likes of Muddy Waters, Hank Williams, Brian Wilson, Ray Charles and so many others. Neville’s latest shows his vast knowledge of rock and roll mythology while highlighting his apt for storytelling economy, digging deep and moving nimbly between subjects yet rarely just glancing an anecdote. This time he’s chosen to unearth those overlooked by history, those whose voices enriched so many classic recordings with layers of youthful soul, yet went unheralded as solo artists, those who will be remembered for living just 20 Feet From Stardom. With expeditious style and an ear for the best mix of relevant tunes, Neville nods to the all important back up singers.

You may not know them by name, but you certainly know their voices.
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Academy Award Nominated Music Doc 20 Feet From Stardom Now Available on Blu-ray & DVD

20 Feet From Stardom has a running time of 91 minutes and is rated PG-13 for some strong language and sexual material. DVD and Blu-Ray™ special features include deleted scenes, Q&A with Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer and director Morgan Neville, and Short Film: The Buddy System. They are the voices behind the greatest rock, pop and R&B hits of all time, but no one knows their names. In this award-winning film, director Morgan Neville shines the spotlight on the untold stories of such legendary background singers as Darlene Love (known for her hit “Christmas, Baby Please Come Home”), Merry Clayton (whose voice haunts the classic 1969 track by the Rolling Stones, “Gimme Shelter”), Lisa Fischer, Claudia Lennear, Judith Hill and more. These are the triumphs and heartbreaks...
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What to Watch: Jan. 14-27, 2014

We’re breaking form this week and going alphabetical instead of preference order because of the Incredible diversity of product available for you to rent, buy, or stream over the next ten days. How does someone really compare “Sunrise” to “You’re Next”? Why bother?

If you need to know, “Closed Circuit” and “Runner Runner” aren’t really worth your time and “A.C.O.D.” and “Riddick” are flawed but everything else in here comes with varying degrees of recommendation, particularly the quiet beauty of “Sunrise” and the incredible charm of “Enough Said”. We’re also loading you up since we’ll be off next week seeing flicks in Park City at the Sundance Film Festival. There’s plenty in here to tide you over. Pick your favorites.

20 Feet From Stardom

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“20 Feet From Stardom”

One of the most crowd-pleasing documentaries in years is likely to find an
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Katherine Heigl And Tom Wilkinson To Star In Jenny’S Wedding

Katherine Heigl, Tom Wilkinson, Linda Emond and Grace Gummer will star in Jenny’S Wedding, written and to be directed by Mary Agnes Donoghue (Beaches).

The film is set to start shooting on October 28.

Jenny’S Wedding revolves around Jenny (Heigl) who causes a massive sea-change in the lives of her closely knit, highly conventional family when she finally decides to marry. A pretty and engaging woman, everyone is baffled by Jenny’s lack of a love-life, and her parents (Wilkinson, Emond) particularly have been anxious for her to settle down, but when the announcement comes that she is finally going to wed, her choice of partner tears the family apart. In order to reconnect, everyone including Jenny, must reinvent themselves.

The announcement was made today by producers Donoghue, Gail Levin and Mm ProductionsMichelle Manning.

Mary Agnes Donoghue’s writing credits include The Buddy System, starring Richard Dreyfus and Susan Sarandon,
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'World War Z' Roundup: Extended Clip, Max Brooks Talks About Adaptation Plus... a Zombie Cat?

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It's time to obey Zombieland rule number 29 (The Buddy System) and head out to your local theater to catch Brad Pitt and running zombies in World War Z. As we've been doing all summer movie season, we've got a bunch of Wwz stuff for you below to enhance your zombie-evading experience. Let's get things started with this excellent extended clip which arrived online earlier this week. We've got another clip for you here, this one featuring Pitt and a bearded James Badge Dale (the Extremis soldier from Iron Man 3) as soldiers inquire about how things are looking "back home." Pitt's response: "No place is doing well." Take a look at special-edition posters created by artists (in order below) Marko Manev (the first two),...

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Special Screening in Los Angeles Area, with Director, Cast Members, Q/A: RoboCop

RoboCop to have a special screening in Hollywood: Cast members Allen, Weller, and director Verhoeven to attend presentation followed by reception and Q&A The 1987 original RoboCop directed by Dutch filmmaker Paul Verhoeven, and starring Peter Weller and former Brian De Palma leading lady Nancy Allen, will have a special presentation at noon on Saturday, May 18, 2013, at the Harmony Gold Theater, located on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. The screening and reception, to be hosted by Allen, Weller, and Verhoeven, will also feature a Q&A and autograph session. (Pictured above: Allen and Weller in the original movie released more than a quarter of a century ago.) Proceeds from the pricy $75 / $125 tickets will go to weSPARK, which is described as "an organization that enhances the quality of life for cancer patients, family and friends by providing multiple services designed to help heal the mind, body and spirit." Tickets for the screening can be purchased here.
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Helpful Infographic Will Help You Survive a Serial Killer

They say that it takes one to know one. If you're obsessed enough with horror tropes to make a movie called "30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil Inside the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," let's assume you can be trusted to guide viewers through a terrifying movie experience.

It's a good thing they're a trusted source, because that's exactly what the "30 Nights..." crew aims to do. The film's team created a helpful infographic to help hapless viewers identify various serial killer stereotypes, and then escape them alive. Included: Advice, things to look out for when buying a home (um, bodies buried in the backyard), a typical timeline for who gets killed when (congrats, innocent girls, you're saved for last!), and more.

Check it out:

Read carefully, and remember: The buddy system is for losers.
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Medal of Honor: Warfighter Review

Let me say right off the bat that I really enjoyed Medal of Honor Warfighter. There, I said it. I know I'm in the extreme minority, in regards to other published reviews, but it needed to be said. And it needed to lead off this review, because there is no way to adequately dissect what does and what doesn't work in this game without referencing some of the points of the nasty reviews circling the Internet.

Medal of Honor: Warfighter is the latest game by Danger Close and EA, and it is a direct follow up to 2010's modern Medal of Honor series reboot. Like every other big budget military Fps on the market, it has a six-to-seven hour single campaign, and a stout online multiplayer mode. It is important to say that out loud, because really, when it all comes down to comparing apples to apples, these games are all basically the same.
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Make It or Break It Catch-Up Marathon to Air March 26th on SOAPnet

Make It or Break It Catch-Up Marathon to Air March 26th on SOAPnet

After nearly a year has passed since it was on the air with new episodes, it's less than two weeks until the girls from The Rock tumble back into our lives. Season three of Make It or Break It is upon us and following in the same path as they went with The Lying Game, ABC Family is rolling out the premiere in style.

On premiere day (March 26th), SOAPnet will be showing a marathon of the last ten episodes of season two, including the pivotal finale that truly tested the mettle of Payson, Kaylie, and Lauren. A lot happened over these ten hours of Make It or Break It, from alliances severing to beautiful performances and tough decisions about the future, so get a chance to relive the action by checking out the marathon. Listed below are the start times,
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J Astro’s Winter Flick Picks

J Astro’s Winter Flick Picks
J Astro

I am a traditionalist. A sentimental sort, even. I love my cold weather, and I love my winter horror. The snowier, the better. So while my neck of the woods is finally coming out of the grip of an unseasonably tepid start to the season, awash in brown grass, dismal mud holes, and dead trees, I must take refuge in the cinematic snowstorms of yesteryear to get my winter fix. Who’s comin’ with me? Dress warm, bring an extra blanket & maybe a thermos full of hot cocoa, and don’t forget a dry change of socks… here are my top six (well, sorta) destination spots for sub-zero nights of snow-bound terror…

Iced (1988)

Ok, to be fair, this film reeks of cheap incompetency from start to finish. It’s an underwhelming stalkfest with uneven music, obnoxious puffy characters with blow-dried hair who get drunk and shriek at each other contemptibly,
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Uncharted 3 – Multiplayer Beta Impressions

2009 saw the release of Infamous, a Playstation 3 exclusive title, and with it came early access to Uncharted 2’s newly conceived multiplayer experience – and what an experience it was. Fast forward to June 2011 and the release of Infamous 2 and early access to Uncharted 3′s latest multiplayer experience.

Uncharted 2’s first foray into the multiplayer sphere gave us a strong emphasis on competitive and co-operative action. What it had over the competition was the skilful combination of lateral and vertical movement and action. This added an extra layer of skill, strategy and tactics to proceedings. The action wasn’t confined to what you saw in front of you or that came from behind you, but what was all around you. With the release of this latest beta Naughty Dog plans to up the ante, the action and more importantly the fun. Previously access was confined to early infamous 2 owners and Playstation plus
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'Uncharted 3' Multiplayer Beta: How To Get In, How It Works

The "Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception" multiplayer beta launches today, and you may have a few questions as to how you gain access, how the multiplayer works, etc. Well, fear not, for the folks over at the PlayStation Blog have posted a handy frequently-asked-questions blog and an insightful video explaining the changes since "Uncharted 2: Among Thieves." I thought I would run through the mode's updates here, getting you all ready before (hopefully) jumping online tonight.

First things first: almost anyone with a PlayStation 3 can get in on the beta. Those of you with a copy of "inFamous 2" should have received a code with your game, so just enter that into the old PlayStation Xmb. More importantly, anyone with a PlayStation Plus subscription can grab the "Uncharted 3" beta, as well.

If you'll remember that little problem PlayStation Network had recently, part of Sony's "Welcome Back" program was giving everyone 30 days of
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Will Smith Developing Two New Television Projects

The former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air has quickly become one of Hollywood’s freshest producers. Variety reports that actor and musician Will Smith is working on two new television projects, the most intensive of which appears to be a crime drama in development at Fox. The new series has Smith returning to China for the first time since his Karate Kid production with son Jaden Smith.

Smith and partner and James Lassiter – the team behind Overbrook Entertainment – have partnered with Chinese-born filmmaker Eva Jin to develop The Buddy System, an hour-long crime drama set in China that follows the escapades of a female crime-fighting college student.

Smith is said to be over the moon about the project, which is already being called a Chinese incarnation of Alias. If the show is picked up, creators have not ...

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Will Smith developing crime-thriller for Fox television

By Sean O’Connell

Hollywoodnews.com: Will Smith is heading back to China, though it’s not as a location scout for another “Karate Kid” film.

Instead, Smith is researching “The Buddy System,” a crime drama he will develop for Fox that follows a crime-fighting college student, according to

Variety.

Smith reportedly has recruited Chinese director Eva Jin to help collaborate on the show, which sounds like it has the potential to be the new “Alias” (for those of us out here, like me, who miss that show with a passion).

This isn’t Smith’s only foray into television. His production company is still in the process of developing an hour-long TV show that would be based on his mega-hit comedy, “Hitch.”

And if they were smart, they’d lure “King of Queens” star Kevin James back to the small screen for that project, though as long as he
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Susan Sarandon at Stockholm Film Festival

Susan Sarandon, the star of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Pretty Baby, Atlantic City, Thelma & Louise, Lorenzo’s Oil, The Client, and one of the leads in Peter Jackson’s upcoming The Lovely Bones, was honored with the 2009 Stockholm Film Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Sarandon, who won an Oscar for Dead Man Walking, was in Stockholm to receive her special Bronze Horse. Photo: Johan Gunnarsson Among Sarandon’s other screen credits are The Other Side of Midnight, Loving Couples, The Hunger, The Buddy System, The Witches of Eastwick, Bull Durham, Twilight (not the Robert Pattinson-Kristen Stewart vampire tale), Elizabethtown, The Greatest, In the Valley of Elah, Enchanted, Speed Racer, and the upcoming Peacock and Oliver Stone’s Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps. Sarandon [...]
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