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This Is So Last Week
2017 Weekly Entertainment, Celebrity and Pop Culture Trivia Quiz.
Golden Globes, the Rock Hall, the big get bigger and a Christmas Prince creeps people out. Enjoy our recap of pop culture news, presented in a crowd-pleasing quiz format.
Weekend Forecast
I miss Han Solo..
Two years ago, the J.J. Abrams-led revival of the Star Wars franchise under the Disney umbrella (though with the Fox purchase this week, this just feels like closing a loop), shattered basically all modern box office records with a $247 million opening weekend on its way to nearly $1 billion domestic (though it still sits short of the worldwide record). On a slightly accelerated scheduled from the original series and the prequels, we get Episode VIII: The Last Jedi (oh, but I bet you're lying about that...)
     


 
 
Oscar Watch
Who knows, man.
The Golden Globe and SAG nominations have come up, sending an already unpredictable Oscar season into further turmoil as the two groups went in wildly different directions.
5 Ways to Prep
Porg=everything
What hasn’t been said already about the biggest franchise in Hollywood history?
Viking Night
When you're all photoshopped into a picture together.
So the replacement Bond didn’t work out, and wouldn’t you know - for the second time in three years, it was time to recast the role yet again.
Review - Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Resist.
The “Star Wars” franchise is about resistance.
2017: The Year in Movies
2017: The Year in Movies Trivia Quiz, Part 1
Babies, a beauty and a beast, wonderful women and damn, dirty apes. You may know A Ghost Story from a Ghost in the Shell, but how well do you know 2017: The Year in Movies?
Top Chef Recap
BEWARE!
The Top Chef producers are not messing around this season.
Review: The Disaster Artist
You can't wait to see what's next!
The best thing James Franco does with The Disaster Artist is make it accessible to viewers who've never heard of The Room or its eccentric director, Tommy Wiseau.
Review: Darkest Hour
No, really. That's Sirius Black.
There are two angles to take when evaluating Darkest Hour, the drama from Joe Wright.
Overpaid Jerks
2017 Weekly Sports Trivia Quiz
Silent night, Giants firings, huge signings and a Heisman winner. Here's your sports recap quiz for the 50th week of 2017.
Review: The Disaster Artist
Inside baseball.
The drive of The Disaster Artist is in presenting the ridiculous reality of The Room’s conception and exploring the friendship between Wiseau and Sestero.
Hidden Gems: The New World
Don't you dare close your eyes.
The New World is kind of the black sheep in the filmography of director Terrence Malick, or at least is the most unfairly forgotten of the bunch.
The Big Picture
Recent & upcoming films, awards and, if we're lucky, home phone numbers

December 16, 2017
Who is featured today? Here's a hint:

"Is scared and confused by the concept of 'fire'"
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He has played father to characters played by Lindsay Lohan, Emma Stone, Katie Holmes and Laura Harrier.

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Top 5
Kim Hollis's
Top 5 Non-Evil Dead Bruce Campbell Films
  1. Tornado!
  2. Assault on Dome 4
  3. Bubba Ho-Tep
  4. The Majestic
  5. Intolerable Cruelty
This Date in Film History
  1935:

Actress Thelma Todd is found in a car in Pacific Palisades, California, dead of carbon-monoxide poisoning. Coroner rules the death a suicide. But was it?

1944:

The Battle of the Bulge begins. Hollywood character actor Charles Durning is injured during the battle. Durning earns three Purple Hearts and a Silver Star for his military service.


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