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Bryan Cranston knows what Lyndon B. Johnson would say to Trump, and it’s not pretty

Bryan Cranston played Lyndon B. Johnson in HBO’s All The Way, so he’s a decent surrogate to decipher what the former president would have to say about this deeply confusing era of our nation. Cranston won the SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie for his portrayal of Johnson on Sunday. At the podium, the Breaking Bad star imagined what the brash leader would have to say about Trump, who has never had an issue with candor himself.  SEE ALSO: Mahershala Ali just gave a powerful SAG award speech about accepting differences “I feel that 36 would put his arm around 45 and earnestly wish him success,” said Cranston before getting down to business.  Read more…More about Celebrities, Donald Trump, Awards Show, Sag 2017, and Bryan Cranston

Google’s ‘Pearl’ is first VR film to be nominated for an Oscar

If you still haven’t dipped your toes into the world of virtual reality, the Academy Awards just gave everyone another reason to pay attention to the emerging format.   Google’s VR film Pearl has been nominated for an Oscar in the category of best animated short film.  SEE ALSO: Facebook’s VR social network is surprisingly stunning Released in 2016 as a part of the Google Spotlight Story series, Pearl tells the heartwarming story of the relationship between a father and his daughter over the course of their lives. Centered in a hatchback car, the story seamlessly moves from high and low moments in the lives of both family members as you, the viewer, get to immersively experience the passage of time and emotions from the passenger seat of the car, right next to the characters in the film.   Read more…More about Animation, Academy Awards, Oscars, Google, and Virtual Reality

‘Beauty and the Beast’ will include a new Celine Dion song, as if we weren’t already excited enough

Celine Dion’s heart and voice will go on — the singer announced Thursday that she would perform a brand-new original song for Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast. “Being a part of the original film was such a magical experience in my life, and I’m truly honored to be a part of this film again,” Dion shared on her Facebook page. SEE ALSO: Ariana Grande, John Legend will sing iconic ‘Beauty and the Beast’ duet for movie The new tune, “How Does A Moment Last Forever,” will be composed by Disney vet Alan Menken and Oscar-winning lyricist Tim RiceBroadway World describes it as “an emotional ballad about holding onto life’s precious moments.” Apparently clips of it will play throughout the film, before Dion’s full version soars over the ending credits.  Read more…More about Disney, Beauty And The Beast, Music, Celine Dion, and Movies

How the Aussie star of ‘Barry’ learnt self-acceptance with help from Obama

What do a 24-year-old kid from Perth, Australia, and the 44th President of the United States have in common?    Quite a bit actually, if you ask the Aussie actor of Netflix’s upcoming biopic Barry.    Like the young Barack Obama, who he plays, Devon Terrell is on a journey of self-discovery. And thanks to Obama, he’s learning a lot. SEE ALSO: Aussie Devon Terrell nails a young Obama in full length ‘Barry’ trailer Barry centres on the life of Obama as a young Columbia University student in racially-charged New York of the early ’80s. Emigrating from Indonesia in 1971, the child of a white American woman and a Kenyan man, Obama deals with issues of belonging in Barry — based partly on his account of the period in the memoir Dreams From My Father.     Read more…More about Australia, Barry, Film, Netflix, and Devon Terrell

‘The Witch’ is a film so f*cked up, Satan would see it twice

The Witch is so wicked it could make Satan cry Macabre to the core, the horror film written and directed by Robert Eggers is a truly dark, stunningly crafted experience that’ll have you seeking out a church as soon as you leave the theater. It’s a movie possessed And that’s what makes it so good See also: ‘Zoolander 2’: This movie is as out of touch as its characters The Witch follows a radically religious family living in exile in 1630 New England (already terrifying). Naturally, creepiness manifests immediately — and it’s always mysteriously linked to Thomasin (Anya Taylor-Joy), the clan’s eldest sister. She somehow loses her baby brother Samuel while playing peek-a-boo, igniting suspicion and misery in her family, particularly her intensely religious mother Katherine (played to perfection by Kate Dickie). Read more…More about Entertainment, Movies, Reviews, Movie Reviews, and Film

Fearless young Jedi hits a Stormtrooper where it hurts

Star Wars fans can probably agree that the dark side doesn’t stand a chance if this ferocious young Jedi is on the scene. With a professional stance and lightsaber-handling skills far beyond our galaxy, there was no stopping this kid from restoring order to the force. After managing to defeat Darth Vader within a matter of seconds and sending a Stormtrooper reeling to the ground, he nonchalantly closed his toy weapon and humbly exited the stage We’re eagerly awaiting the return of this young hero. ‘Super Trailer’ combines every movie from 2016 into one Oscar-worthy production Chill crocodile takes a fun ride down a rock slide Adorable puppy doesn’t understand kids these days Watch the uvula do its thing in this epic slow motion gargling video Read more… More about Viral Video, Star Wars Kid, Star Wars, Film, and Watercooler

L’Oreal wants to change the topic of red carpet conversation at the Golden Globes this year

Hollywood actresses are sick of the casual sexism of red carpet chatter, and even big beauty brands are catching on. Over the past couple years, stars like Amy Poehler and Cate Blanchett have led a social media-fueled backlash against a perceived double standard in the kinds of superficial appearance-related questions award show interviewers pose to women versus the more substantive ones aimed at men. The basic goal is to shift the focus of the discussion from “Who are you wearing?” to “What are you saying?” See also: Asking a celeb about their style doesn’t have to be sexist Following that lead, L’Oreal Paris is launching its own hashtag campaign at the Golden Globes red carpet this year called “#WorthSaying,” which asks women to share tidbits about their careers, passions and anything else they think is worthwhile on social media. Read more…More about Golden Globes, L Oreal, Business, Advertising, and Film

‘Star Wars: Battlefront’ trailer takes an early look at ‘The Force Awakens’

Our latest look atStar Wars: Battlefront pays a visit to the desert planet Jakku, 29 years before the Millennium Falcon races through the wreckage of a crashed Star Destroyer inThe Force Awakens. It’s a brief glimpse that provides an on-the-ground perspective of the raging battle that led to the Star Destroyer’s landfall.Battlefront’s “Battle of Jakku” is set 29 years before the events of the comingStar Wars movie, just after the destruction of the second Death Star inReturn of the Jedi. Jakku joinsBattlefront’s list of planetary fighting arenas as a free download on Dec. 8, or on Dec. 1 for those that pre-order the game. Trailers so far suggest it plays a key role in the events ofThe Force Awakens, out Dec. 18, so expect the game to provide fans with some helpful context just a couple weeks before the long-awaited movie finally opens. Read more…More about Gaming, Film, Electronic Arts, Star Wars, and Entertainment

Tom Hiddleston did his Hank Williams impression live and it did not go well

LOS ANGELES — There’s probably no trickier job in Hollywood than casting a biopic about an iconic singer. When just the right look and vocal prowess come together, you can spin Best Acting Oscar gold, like Jamie Foxx did with Ray. In most cases, you’ve got to settle for the right look and hope the singing kinda sorta comes together (Joaquin Phoenix in Walk the Line, good enough for a nomination). If the above video of Tom Hiddleston channeling Hank Williams in a recent live performance (at the Nashville premiere of the biopic I Saw the Light) is any indication, it’s kinda sorta looking like Loki as Hank Williams might fall into the latter category. Read more…More about Music, Movies, Entertainment, Film, and Tom Hiddleston

Your first up-close look at all the miniatures in that cool ‘Ghostbusters’ board game

Disclosure notice: The author of this article backed the Kickstarter for Ghostbusters: The Board Game. Cryptozoic Entertainment’s huge Kickstarter success withGhostbusters: The Board Game is nearly ready to be unleashed, and one of the first copies to reach U.S. shores is at 2015’s New York Comic Con. Not even Kickstarter backers have the game in hand yet, so Comic Con attendees are getting what amounts to a first look. See also: The all-female ‘Ghostbusters’ cast, remade as paper dolls We stopped by Cryptozoic’s booth with camera in hand to take a lookat the game’s fully finished army of molded plastic miniatures. Everything seems to be well made, too. There’s a nice amount of heft to larger figures, like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, and the game board’s shifting tiles are all printed on extra-thick card stock. Read more…More about Entertainment, Gaming, Film, Ghostbusters, and Pics