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The Million Dollar Listing New York star Ryan Serhant now has his own home reno show, Million Dollar Listing: Ryan’s Renovation, which premieres tonight on Bravo, and some people already have issues with his home renovation. He joined MDLNY season one in 2012, alongside former webpreneur Fredrik Eklund and Michael Lorber. Since then, many realtors have come and gone. Ryan
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Disney+’s live-action 101 Dalmatians spinoff Cruella drew 686K U.S. households over the four-day Memorial Day holiday weekend according to today’s figures from Samba TV. It’s a number that’s 39% less than the 4-day Labor Day traffic for another Disney+ Premier title, Mulan, which pulled in 1.12 million U.S. households over Sept. 4-7, 2020. Both titles were available
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Genndy Tartakovsky Returned To Write Hotel Transylvania: Transformania, But Jennifer Kluska & Derek Drymon Will Be Directing Since the beginning of the Hotel Transylvania series, Genndy Tartakovsky has been directing each film, from when we were introduced to Drac’s pack to when they went on summer vacation on a cruise across the world. However, it
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English actor Amanda Pays is best know for her role as the sexy scientist and girlfriend Tina McGee — who cranks out cool inventions to help The Flash in his missions to keep the streets safe — in the fast-moving ’90s television show “The Flash.” Pays was cast alongside Norfolk native John Wesley Shipp who
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After being delayed 15 months no thanks to the pandemic, Paramount’s A Quiet Place Part II, directed by John Krasinski, finally hit the screen last night making $4.8M. That’s an amazing start: The first A Quiet Place back in April 2018 had Thursday night previews of $4.3M. Meanwhile, Disney’s Cruella, which is also available on Disney+ Premier for $29.99, grossed $1.4M
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Hong Kong based martial artist and actor Robin Shou (real name Shou Wan Por) is best known for his butt-kicking monk character, Liu Kang — who battles it out with the Outworld to save the Earthrealm from impending doom — in the classic 1995 action movie, “Mortal Kombat,” and the 1997 sequel, “Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.”
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On a late afternoon before the holiday weekend, Disney has made some tweaks to its theatrical release schedule. The Michael Showalter-directed Searchlight movie The Eyes of Tammy Faye will open a week earlier on Sept. 17 instead of Sept. 24. It wouldn’t be shocking if the Jessica Chastain-Andrew Garfield-Vincent D’Onofrio movie about the rise, fall and redemption
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Warning: SPOILERS for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 3. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 3 calls back to Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park, including an homage to its unforgettable ending of the T-Rex fighting Velociraptors in the visitors’ center. Netflix’s animated series is set six months after Jurassic World as the six teenage Campers take it
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