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This Is So Last Week
2015 Weekly Entertainment, Celebrity and Pop Culture Trivia Quiz.
This week, we saw goodbye to Glee, avoid divorce, get ready for home improvement and get ready for a world tour. Here's our pop culture recap quiz for the 13th week of 2015.

Also today...Gilmore Girls: Teach Me Tonight
Weekend Forecast
And perhaps just a bit off the eyebrow area....
It’s just one more weekend before Furious 7 blows everything up, but there isn’t much calm before the storm this weekend, as we’ve got a notable comedic pairing and the first pure animated release of 2015 that should keep the box office on a relative winning streak.
     


 
 
This Weekend, Watch This
That alien has a furry baby.
For the weekend of March 27th, the new movies in wide release are Get Hard and Home.
Survivor Power Rankings
She looks like Jen Carroll from Top Chef.
Last (double) episode, we saw the departure of Lindsey and Max. Lindsey, who spent most of her in-game time complaining about her tribe, went the full Churchill before being booted...
Comics Weekly
This is strange, right?
This week features Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in the form you've always expected: comic book.
Monday Morning Quarterback
Knee scooters rule.
The BOP staff has opinions about Divergent. We also hate Sean Penn.

Part One
Part Two
Viking Night: Kingpin
Randy Quaid probably figures that both of these people are plotting against him.
The years have been very, very kind to my opinion of Kingpin. In the spirit of full disclosure, I’ll admit I’m not much of a Farrelly Brothers fan.
Review: Insurgent
Does that say Peeta?
Can a film series become important by sheer force of will? Well, maybe. But to the point: can one become important by sheer force of hype?
Game of Thrones Quotes
Game of Thrones, Season 4 Quotes Trivia Quiz
Laced in between the killings, plotting, lovemaking and gratuitous journeying, Season 4 of Game of Thrones continued to reward its audience with some great lines and dialog.
Survivor Recap
An accurate depiction of this week's bootee.
And we're back with Part 2 of this week's double-decker Survivor Worlds Apart.
Over There
The fruits have eyes!
Much as it did in America, The Divergent Series: Insurgent dominated the international box office this weekend.
400 Words: It Follows
You're gonna wanna watch this one.
The most interesting thing about It Follows is its peculiar presentation.
Weekend Wrap-Up
Someone's going the wrong way.
Been there, done that. The Divergent Series: Insurgent replicates the success of the original Divergent.
The Big Picture
Recent & upcoming films, awards and, if we're lucky, home phone numbers

March 27, 2015
Career notes, awards, recent and upcoming movies.

Featured today:

Benicio Del Toro
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Trivia
This week's question:

With respects to moviedom, what do musical artists Lily Allen, Andy Grammer, Kelly Clarkson, Miley Cyrus and Foreigner have in common?

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Top 5
Tony Kollath's
Top 5 Looney Tunes Characters
  1. Bugs Bunny
  2. Wile E. Coyote
  3. Foghorn Leghorn
  4. Daffy Duck
  5. Pepe Le Pew
This Date in Film History
  1897:

Gloria Swanson, immortalized in many films but most especially for her turn as a faded star in Sunset Boulevard, is born Gloria May Josephine Svensson in Chicago.

1973:

Marlon Brando is awarded the Best Actor Academy Award for The Godfather. Brando, though, refuses to accept the award in protest over treatment of Native Americans. The Godfather takes home Best Picture honors.


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