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‘Will & Grace’: Debra Messing Talks David Schwimmer’s Guest Role

‘Will & Grace’: Debra Messing Talks David Schwimmer’s Guest Role
Don’t expect to see Ross Geller on “Will & Grace.”

Debra Messing assures us that David Schwimmer’s character on the upcoming 10th season of “Will & Grace” is nothing like his iconic “Friends” persona.

“He’s as far away from Ross as he can possibly get because he’s already mastered Ross,” Messing told Variety on Saturday night in Los Angeles at Project Angel Food’s Angel Awards, where she was honored with this year’s Founder’s Award. “I think people will be excited to see him in our world playing a different part.”

NBC announced earlier
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Bruce Campbell Believes Evil Dead Has a Future Without Ash

Bruce Campbell Believes Evil Dead Has a Future Without Ash
Actor Bruce Campbell has become synonymous with Ash Williams, the Deadite-slaying star of Sam Raimi's Evil Dead franchise; it's a fact Campbell himself jokingly bemoaned in 2007's meta horror-comedy My Name is Bruce. Still, after 3 feature films and 3 seasons of Starz's now-cancelled Ash vs Evil Dead, Campbell broke legions of horror fans' hearts by stating emphatically that he's retired from the franchise. While it was recently announced that Ash, along with his team of "Ghost Beaters" from the TV series, will regroup digitally in an upcoming Evil Dead-themed video game, the actor still believes there's a chance for more films and/or TV shows-just not with him.

So, what exactly does Campbell have in mind for a potential Evil Dead franchise reboot? Here's what he told ComicBook.com:

"You have Ash's daughter, Brandy [played by Arielle Carver-o'Neill]. She provides the lineage. Ray [Santiago] is a shaman now, you know as Pablo,
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An Anthony Bourdain Documentary Is in the Works at CNN: ‘We Want to Do Him Justice’

An Anthony Bourdain Documentary Is in the Works at CNN: ‘We Want to Do Him Justice’
The untimely death of Anthony Bourdain earlier this year left a hole in the hearts of millions across the world who’d had their horizons broadened by the chef, TV host, and world citizen. A few months after his suicide, Bourdain’s former network CNN — which aired “Parts Unknown,” a kind of spiritual successor to his earlier “No Reservations” — has announced that it’s working on what’s being billed as “the definitive Bourdain feature documentary.”

“As well as we knew Tony,” CNN’s Amy Entelis tells Vanity Fair, “because he did reveal himself in the series, there was still a hunger to know more about him, and to honor his work and celebrate him. The documentary format became one of the more obvious ways to go.”

“We just want to make it perfect,” she added. “We want to make it exquisite for Tony. We want to do him justice.
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Don’t Tell Allison Janney She Could Make Emmy History: ‘Should I Change My Name?’

Don’t Tell Allison Janney She Could Make Emmy History: ‘Should I Change My Name?’
A version of this story about Allison Janney first appeared in the Down to the Wire issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine.

Allison Janney could make history at the Emmys this year, but she doesn’t want to hear about it.

For starters, a win in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on “Mom” would be her eighth Emmy, tying her with Cloris Leachman and Julia Louis-Dreyfus for the most performing wins by an actress.

In addition, she could complete an Oscar-Emmy double play so rare that only two other actresses, both of them named Helen, have accomplished it.

Helen Hunt did it in 1998, winning an Oscar for “As Good as It Gets” and then five months later picking up an Emmy for “Mad About You.” Helen Mirren repeated the feat in
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‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Is Inspired by 1985’s ‘Fletch’ (Exclusive)

‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Is Inspired by 1985’s ‘Fletch’ (Exclusive)
When Season 3 of “Stranger Things” eventually returns, don’t expect Chief Jim Hopper to be jumping for joy at the sight of Starcourt Mall — or rushing to buy a sundae from Joe Keery’s Steve Harrington, for that matter. “I don’t know if Hopper would be caught dead at Scoops Ahoy,” David Harbour joked ahead of a spooky “Stranger Things” screening at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles on Friday night.

Harbour characterized the curmudgeonly cop with a heart of gold’s outlook towards the town’s new development as a little more than complicated. “Clearly, he’s a
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Magicians Stars Tease Bloody Season 4, the Monster's Evil... Tickle Plot?

Magicians Stars Tease Bloody Season 4, the Monster's Evil... Tickle Plot?
The Magicians is upping the gore quotient considerably in Season 4: “I spend 50 percent of the time covered in blood,” star Jason Ralph told Kimberly Roots during a visit to TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con suite.

Ralph didn’t spill who or what is responsible for his character Quentin’s bloody state, but the actor did tease the nefarious intentions of the monster who took over Eliot’s body at the close of Season 3. While the baddie can take up residence in anyone, he’ll be spending at least some of his time in more unconventional places.

“There’s an
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The Five Best Rick and Morty Side Characters

The Five Best Rick and Morty Side Characters
Capturing every side character and describing them when it comes to Rick and Morty might seem like a daunting task so we’re going to stick to the ranked top-5 at this time. Since the show came back for a season 3 as fans are psyched and no doubt ready to go nuts at the nearest McDonald’s for some more of that special but discontinued Mulan sauce that caused such a stir last season. Apart from that it will be time to welcome back a lot of the characters that Rick and Morty have interacted with over the past two seasons,

The Five Best Rick and Morty Side Characters
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Emmy Predictions: It’s The Battle Of Defending Champs As ‘Handmaids’ And ‘Thrones’ Go Once Again As Best Drama Series

Emmy Predictions: It’s The Battle Of Defending Champs As ‘Handmaids’ And ‘Thrones’ Go Once Again As Best Drama Series
Deadline Awards Columnist and Chief Film Critic Pete Hammond gives his take on contenders in the key categories for the 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards. Here, he breaks down the category of Outstanding Drama Series. This category made history last year by ushering in five first-season nominees in Emmy's most prestigious and difficult-to-crack category. Of course, it helped that two-time winner Game of Thrones took a year off to help give the new guys a chance. It's back this…
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‘Brady Bunch’ Home Sale – Agent Claims Hgtv “Blew Buyers Out Of The Water”

Hgtv’s strategy in its purchase of the iconic home used for the exterior shots on the Brady Bunch TV series has been revealed by the purchaser’s real estate agent. The network’s strategy against competitors essentially “blew those buyers out of the water” with its bid, according to the agent. The strategy, detailed in Forbes by real estate writer Ellen Paris, claims that the network so wanted the iconic home (which was the outside view on the television show – the…
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The Lion’s Blaze: When Gamers are Trapped with Other Gamers

 The year is 1987. This is how the story of this short animated film begins, and it’s enough to get us curious. What would be better for a gamer than being trapped in a video game? Getting out apparently. The Lion’s Blaze chronicles the experience of a few gaming friends as they try to find and fight their way out of an arcade game. But nothing is as simple as that. It’s been 15 years already, and the group still remains to be trapped. At this point, some of the bunch doesn’t even remember what it’s like to be

The Lion’s Blaze: When Gamers are Trapped with Other Gamers
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Is 2018 One of the Best Years of General Hospital?

General Hospital fans are having the best year ever. Okay, okay, you caught us. We do say that every year. But this year, we really mean it. This year has been one of the best in recent history on the show, and it’s been for some very important reasons. We love 2018 in Port Charles, and we think you do, too. Feel free to correct us if we are mistaken, but we think this is one of the best years in a while, and we’re going to tell you why this is the year to watch. JaSam Oh. Do we

Is 2018 One of the Best Years of General Hospital?
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Check Out These Tim Burton-Inspired Makeup Tutorials

We all know what Tim Burton movies are like. They’re fantastical, unique, and otherworldly. You either like them or you don’t, but you have to admit that they’re pretty creative. Tim Burton’s body of work has inspired many other artists in their own medium or genre, including YouTube makeup artists goldiestarling and NsomniaksDream. Each of these YouTubers have taken up the challenge of recreating Tim Burton’s animated characters through makeup. The challenge this poses is very clear. First off, most of Burton’s characters have unusual proportions. Most of them have elongated body parts such as necks and faces. Almost all

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Quotes of the Week: The Affair, Power, Shades of Blue, Big Brother and More

Quotes of the Week: The Affair, Power, Shades of Blue, Big Brother and More
With The Affair‘s headline-making fourth season coming to a close tonight, it seems fitting that a powerful monologue from last Sunday’s episode would appear in our Quotes of the Week.

Joining the Showtime drama in this week’s gallery: an uncomfortable slip of the tongue on The $100,000 Pyramid, a moment of incredulity for Better Call Saul‘s Jimmy, Insecure‘s negative review of Lyft and political updates courtesy of Kimmel, Colbert and Meyers.

Also featured in our latest roundup: sound bites from Younger, Bachelor in Paradise, Elementary and more, plus a double dose of The Daily Show.

Check
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Is 2018 One of the Best Years for The Bold and the Beautiful?

The Bold and the Beautiful fans might agree that 2018 has been one of the best years in a long time. It turns out we all love a good love story, but this is a different kind of love story. We need to back it up just a moment, though. We need to sit back and understand that there is a lot that we don’t know, a lot that we don’t understand, and many things that we need to focus on if we are going to get this situation to make any sense. We are good with the fact that

Is 2018 One of the Best Years for The Bold and the Beautiful?
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Bill Nye Teaches You Science Slang and Of Course It’s Fun

 Ah, Bill Nye the Science Guy. A true legendary ’90s educational icon that brings back all the memories of sitting in the classroom watching him teach us everything to know about science via his crazy experiments. Bill Nye has been around in the educational entertainment industry for quite some time, and still inspires many to explore science in many different and interesting ways. In case you are wanting to feel all of the nostalgia hit you square in the face, we have found a new video of Bill Nye conducting a segment with Vanity Fair, and teaching you all

Bill Nye Teaches You Science Slang and Of Course It’s Fun
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Is 2018 One of the Best Years of Young and the Restless?

Young and the Restless fans are not sure how we feel about 2018. We want to say it’s been a good year for the show, but it seems that everyone keeps messing up all the things that we thought were good. We want to say 2018 is their year, but we aren’t sure that it is. There are too many happy endings turned tragic moments we can’t even handle, and we find ourselves wondering how we are meant to view this. So, we thought we might sit back and figure out what is happening, how it’s all going down, and

Is 2018 One of the Best Years of Young and the Restless?
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Whatever Happened to the Cast of “Girls?”

Girls was, more or less, the process through which many people might have experienced their 20s put into television. When the main character’s parents decide to cut her off financially she’s forced to come to an understanding of how the world works and how she needs to do for herself rather than be helped along on a constant basis. While it might seem like a hard and uncaring lesson it is something that forces people to grow up and realize just what it takes to survive on their own, an important skill that too many people in this world no

Whatever Happened to the Cast of “Girls?”
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What We Know about the Sonic The Hedgehog Movie So Far

If you were a big fan of the Sega system back in the day then you know all about Sonic the Hedgehog since eventually he became the face of Sega right up until Nintendo took over. Sonic has been such an iconic character for so long that it’s easy to see why anyone would want to finally come out with a movie detailing his adventures and bring a stellar cast to keep the film grounded in some way that people will be able to agree with. For a while now it’s been seen that Sonic has had more of an

What We Know about the Sonic The Hedgehog Movie So Far
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Will Lily Mo Sheen Follow in Mom Kate Beckinsale’s Footsteps?

Lily Mo Sheen might not be following exactly in her mother’s footsteps but she’s definitely following the same path that Kate Beckinsale walked at one point. The 19-year old actress has already been shared with most of the world thanks to her mom’s need to post photos and updates about her daughter throughout the years. It’s not a bad thing really since Kate is immensely proud of her daughter and no doubt wants the best for her. But obviously her posts have gotten her into trouble a time or two with Lily and the young woman hasn’t been hesitant to

Will Lily Mo Sheen Follow in Mom Kate Beckinsale’s Footsteps?
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The Five Best Male Movie Villains of the 80s

Let’s just put it out there: the 80s was an awesome decade for villains. They were getting more ruthless, more uncaring, unfeeling, and in some ways they were getting better at masking who they really were. But they were also, on the other end of the spectrum, getting crazier and more out of control when it came time to really go berserk. A lot of people would gladly forget the 80s for a number of reasons but when it comes to movies you can’t deny that the 80s produced some of the most iconic villains of all time. Their very

The Five Best Male Movie Villains of the 80s
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