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Tammy Slaton has faced a myriad of health issues throughout her journey on 1000-lb Sisters, and one complication that fans don’t discuss as much is Tammy’s teeth crisis. Weight loss has been the primary goal of Tammy and Amy Slaton during their few years on reality television, but it’s about time the pair focus on Tammy’s dental dangers. From her infrequent
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MGM/United Artists Releasing/Eon’s Monday box office for No Time to Die came in much higher than the $5M-$6M expected with $6.94M thanks to the Indigenous Peoples’ Day holiday in the Northeast. That figure bests previous Daniel Craig Bond first Mondays, i.e. Spectre ($5.3M) back in 2015, 2008’s Quantum of Solace ($4.1M) and 2006’s Casino Royale ($3.8M). No
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Deadline’s movie awards-season showcase The Contenders returned in-person this past weekend with Contenders Film: London, an all-day event that put 19 of the year’s buzziest movies from nine studios in the spotlight. A total of 44 panelists from George Clooney and Jennifer Hudson to Denis Villenueve, Dakota Johnson and Jonathan Majors participated. Click here to
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During Mipcom, Entertainment One (eOne) is launching global sales rights (excluding the UK) on BBC Two feature documentary, Joni Mitchell: 50 Years of Blue. The music biopic looks at the iconic singer’s life and career, spotlighting the importance of the landmark album Blue, which celebrated its golden anniversary this summer. Directed by Teresa Griffiths, Joni
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BAFTA has decided to skip the Britannia Awards, the annual prizes given out by the Brit awards body’s Los Angeles branch, for the second straight year. No official reason for the decision was given, but last year’s Britannia Awards awards were cancelled due to difficulties caused by the pandemic. The ceremony usually takes place in
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United Artist Releasing/MGM/Eon’s No Time to Die clocked $6.3M from Thursday previews which began at 4PM, making it the best Bond domestic preview number ever, 19% ahead of Spectre‘s $5.25M six years ago. The figure also exceeds the preview nights of previous 007 Daniel Craig movies Skyfall ($4.6M off midnight shows) and Quantum of Solace ($2.5M off 8PM showtimes0. While No Time to
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Cary Joji Fukunaga, director of No Time To Die, is evidently pleased that the latest James Bond film – the last featuring Daniel Craig as 007 – was released theatrically. The helmer told Deadline’s Contender London that it was a “major, major relief that it didn’t end up on a streaming platform and that audiences
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The latest 007 adventure, No Time to Die, opens today, but the Bond film is not the only tentpole-scaled entertainment happening of the weekend. The Amazon Prime Video release of the concert documentary Justin Bieber: Our World also qualifies, from the perspective of director Michael D. Ratner. “We’re living in a time when it’s not
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YouTube is officially cancelling the YouTube Rewind video series, following a decade of hits and misses on the platform. From bemused gamers to crazy celebrity cameos, the Rewind format has been ever-evolving but has received lots of backlash and ridicule in recent years. Established by YouTube, the popular video-website, in 2010, YouTube Rewind : A
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The Rescue, an arresting truth-is-stranger-than fiction story of a Thai youth soccer team trapped in a remote flooded cave system opens on five screens in NY/LA/Chicago this weekend in a specialty market waiting “for audiences to wake up and see that they’re missing out,” according to Ed Arentz, co-president of the doc’s distributor Greenwich Entertainment.
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No Time To Die marks the end of Daniel Craig’s time as James Bond, and it’s a finale fitting of his incredible five-film arc, or at least we think so. Watch CinemaBlend’s Sean O’Connell break down what happens in the sure-to-be-controversial end of No Time To Die and explain why he thinks it works as
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IATSE and the AMPTP are “still talking” and are expected to return to the virtual bargaining table again Friday. Armed with strike authorization from his members, IATSE president Matthew Loeb can call a nationwide walkout of film and TV workers at any time if he and AMPTP president Carol Lombardini can’t reach a fair deal.
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Warning: Contains spoilers for Jujutsu Kaisen episode 15 and chapter 134. Jujutsu Kaisen’s Yuji Itadori might come across as lacking in the superpower department compared to other sorcerers, but it’s very possible that he actually has a hidden power. The anime hasn’t gone into explicit detail on Itadori’s abilities, but there’s a possibility that it’s
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