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The Shawshank Redemption Deleted Scenes You've Likely Never Seen

It's hard to channel surf and not stop to watch at least a little bit of "The Shawshank Redemption" when it's on TV. The film is almost always on somewhere, haunting cable channels and popping up for every holiday weekend programming block. Even though the film started as a flop, it's now one of the most beloved films of all time. The film, based on the novella by Stephen King, stars Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins as iconic friends Red and Andy, who are brought together by their murder raps to s...
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Why The Shawshank Redemption Was A Box Office Flop, According To Morgan Freeman

You'd be hard-pressed to find a cinephile without a tried-and-true pick for the Best Film Ever Made. For some it's "The Godfather" or "Pulp Fiction," a must-see classic like "Citizen Kane" or a deep cut from the oeuvre of Stanley Kubrick. But one film that's cemented itself above them all — at least according to IMDb — is "The Shawshank Redemption."Today, "The Shawshank Redemption" has become synonymous with cinematic greatness, even to those who've yet to see the film. The film holds the highes...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Stanley Kubrick, Morgan Freeman, TNT, Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly, Andy, Morgan, Freeman, Ted Turner, Rita Hayworth, Tim Robbins, Shawshank, Andy Dufresne Tim Robbins, Shank Sham Shim


The 15 Best Paul Newman Movies Ranked

One of the most beautiful and coolest movie stars of all time, Paul Newman always wanted to be known as more than a pair of astonishing blue eyes. With a career that lasted 50 years, tracing Newman's movies will give you a good grounding in the cinematic history of the second half of the 20th century, and will take you through a wide range of genres, showing how acting styles and filmmaking in general evolved over time. Picking up the mantle from James Dean after his death — like Dean, he also t...
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Movies Like The Truman Show You Should Definitely Watch

"The Truman Show" is one of the most unique films of the '90s. While the film is witty and deeply satirical of the American public's obsession with television and celebrity, it also explores dark psychological themes of paranoia, neglect, and self-sacrifice. The film's 1998 release came at the height of Jim Carrey's career, as he had appeared in a series of comedy hits that made him one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. With "The Truman Show," Carrey proved that he had a dramatic side as well, ...
Tags: Movies, US, Chicago, David, United States, Moon, Brazil, David O Russell, Jim Carrey, Cia, Republican Party, Naomi Watts, Cameron Crowe, Gore Verbinski, Nicolas Cage, Robbins


Movies Like Fight Club That Are Definitely Worth Watching

There's probably some internet law that states that any article about "Fight Club" must include some reference to or spoof the infamous "The first rule of Fight Club is" quote, but -– like many of the films in this list -– I'm going to break with tradition.Arriving hot on the heels of the Baby Boomers were Generation X, and with them came a number of traits common to a great many films on this (far from exhaustive) list: a world-weariness, and a tendency towards nihilism and anti-authoritarianis...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Office, Alan Moore, Superman, Earth, Paraguay, Broadway, Brazil, John Malkovich, Harry, Brad Pitt, Cia, Gotham City, Batman, Vietnam


Sean Penn's 15 Best Film Roles Ranked

Sean Penn is one of the best actors and most engaging celebrities to grace Hollywood over the past several decades. The two-time Academy Award winner frequently earns critical acclaim for his performances, and has worked with many of the best filmmakers of his generation. He's been an icon since the early '80s, and continues to choose exciting upcoming projects. In 2021, Penn will be seen in Paul Thomas Anderson's latest ensemble feature, "Licorice Pizza."Penn is extremely versatile, and turns i...
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The Best Stephen King Movies Streaming Right Now

It's Halloween season, and what better time to sit back and watch some Stephen King adaptations? If you're me, any time is good for that, really. But if you're on the hunt for some films based on the work of the master of horror specifically for spooky season, I am here to help. I've scoured the internet to bring back info on where you can find the best Stephen King movies streaming right now. The parameters were simple: the movie in question had to be part of a streaming service. Which means mo...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Stephen King, Tim Curry, Tom Hanks, Maine, David Cronenberg, Stanley Kubrick, Nebraska, Tbs, Christopher Walken, Kubrick, Annie, Steve Buscemi


Great Escapes With Morgan Freeman Season 1: Release Date, Cast And More

Morgan Freeman is certainly familiar with prison thanks to all the time he spent in the yard for "The Shawshank Redemption." Even though he wasn't the prisoner who hatched the unbelievable escape in Frank Darabont's film based on a novella by Stephen King, the Oscar-winning actor has been tapped to host a new nonfiction series on The History Channel called "Great Escapes with Morgan Freeman." After all, his name is right there in the title, so who else was going to host this show? If this is the...
Tags: Television, Movies, Stephen King, Tennessee, Northern Ireland, Showtime, Morgan Freeman, Ben Stiller, History Channel, Frank Darabont, Bobby, Dannemora New York, Tim Robbins, Dannemora, Great Escapes, Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary


Apple's Wool Series Builds Out Its Dystopia With Rashida Jones And David Oyelowo

"Foundation" isn't the only sci-fi adaptation Apple TV+ is bringing to the small screen. The streaming service — which launched only a couple of years ago, but is getting industry recognition for shows like "Ted Lasso" — is also developing "Wool," a series based on the popular books by Hugh Howey.We've already knew that "Wool" will star Tim Robbins and Rebecca Ferguson, the latter of whom was announced right when the show was picked up for a direct-to-series order in May. Today we've found out t...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, News, Selma, Ferguson, Rebecca Ferguson, Martin Luther King Jr, David Oyelowo, Jones, Hugh Howey, Robbins, Rashida Jones, Angie Tribeca, Bernard, Oyelowo


Rashida Jones, David Oyelowo Join ‘Wool’ Series Adaptation at Apple

Rashida Jones and David Oyelowo are joining the cast of the Apple series adaptation of Hugh Howey’s “Wool” novels, Variety has learned. The pair joins previously announced cast members Rebecca Ferguson and Tim Robbins. “Wool” is a set in a ruined and toxic future where a community exists in a giant silo underground, hundreds of stories […]
Tags: Apple, News, Rebecca Ferguson, David Oyelowo, Wool, Hugh Howey, Rashida Jones, Tim Robbins, Rashida Jones David Oyelowo


The Shawshank Redemption 4K Review: The Masterpiece Dazzles in 4K

The Shawshank Redemption remains one of the all-time great films. Everyone knows this. Really, there’s not much more that can be said about Frank Darabont’s astonishing 1994 masterpiece that hasn’t been said already. Everything about the flick, namely the thoughtful screenplay (adapted from Stephen King’s short story), wonderful performances, solid direction, and beautiful Thomas Newman score, combine to deliver a monumental cinematic achievement that has yet to reveal any signs of wear and tear...
Tags: Drama, Movies, 4K Reviews, Frank Darabont, Morgan Freeman, Movie Features, Movie News, Movie Reviews, The Shawshank Redemption, Tim Robbins


The Best Movies And Shows Coming To Paramount+ In September 2021

Have you signed up for Paramount+ yet? If not, perhaps I can interest you in a list of titles that are coming to the streaming service this month. And if that doesn't do it for you then, uh, I guess we have nothing more to talk about, friend! But those of you sticking around should keep on reading to see the best movies and shows coming to Paramount+ in September 2021.  Cop Land James Mangold helmed this fantastic modern-day Western, featuring a career-best performance from Sylvester Stallone, w...
Tags: Utah, Bruce Springsteen, Television, Kacey Musgraves, Movies, Stephen Colbert, New York City, NFL, Earth, New Jersey, Oliver Stone, Italy, Brazil, Argentina, Robert De Niro, SEC


The Nerd's Watch: Best Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Streaming in September

Though a lot of movie theaters are back to full function, the safer option for entertainment remains streaming, and fans who choose to stay home and take advantage are constantly rewarded with tons of new content. At the start of each month, most streamers—Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disney+, and HBO Max—do a little…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Keira Knightley, Films, Ben Affleck, Stephen King, Vincent Price, It, Jj Abrams, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, David Bowie, John Goodman, Oscar, Harry Potter, Thrillers


‘Shang-Chi’ is More a Journey of Self-Discovery Than a Superhero Movie, Director Destin Daniel Cretton Says

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has drawn an enthusiastic response from those in attendance at the movie’s world premiere. It’s to be expected when you’re dealing with a glitzy red-carpet event, not to mention the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Chris Evans, who has now officially ceded the headlining role in Captain America 4 to Anthony Mackie, once said Marvel’s “internal barometer for what is good and bad is pretty on point.” Phase 4 of the MCU is going in new dir...
Tags: Movies, News, America, Ryan Coogler, Jeff Bridges, Academy, Marvel Studios, Captain America, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Brie Larson, Don, Fruitvale Station, Coogler, Kevin Feige, Anthony Mackie, MCU


Apple’s ‘Wool’ Adds Tim Robbins to Dystopian Series from ‘Justified’ Showrunner

Apple TV+ continues to lure more talent, with Tim Robbins signing on to co-star opposite Rebecca Ferguson in the dystopian drama Wool, based on the first installment in Hugh Howey‘s post-apocalyptic sci-fi book series, Silo. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Wool “is set in a ruined and toxic future where a community exists in a giant silo underground, hundreds of stories deep. There, men and women live in a society full of regulations they believe are meant to protect them.” Robbins will...
Tags: Apple, TV, Movies, News, Amc, Stephen King, Ferguson, Hulu, Rebecca Ferguson, FX, Hugh Howey, Robbins, Amc Networks, Frank Darabont, Bernard, Jacob


Wool: Tim Robbins to Star Alongside Rebecca Ferguson in Apple TV+’s Drama Adaptation

Oscar winner Tim Robbins (Mystic River, The Shawshank Redemption, Castle Rock) is attached to star opposite Rebecca Ferguson (Dune, Mission: Impossible films, Doctor Sleep) in Wool, Apple TV+’s drama series adaptation based on Hugh Howey’s novel (order here), according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Tom Hanks-Led Sci-Fi Pic Finch Gets First Photo & Apple TV+ Release Date From executive producer and showrunner Graham Yost (Justified, The Americans), Wool “is set in a ruined and toxic future ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Apple TV, Tom Hanks, TV News, Streaming, Ferguson, Rebecca Ferguson, Wool, Hugh Howey, Robbins, Martin Scorsese, Bernard, Juliette, Tim Robbins


Tim Robbins Joins ‘Wool’ Series Adaptation at Apple

Tim Robbins has signed onto the series adaptation of Hugh Howey’s “Wool” at Apple, Variety has learned. Robbins will star alongside previously announced cast member Rebecca Ferguson. “Wool” is a set in a ruined and toxic future where a community exists in a giant silo underground, hundreds of stories deep. There, men and women live in […]
Tags: Apple, News, Rebecca Ferguson, Wool, Hugh Howey, Robbins, Tim Robbins, Apple Variety


Tim Robbins to Star in Upcoming Apple TV+ Dystopian Series 'Wool'

Tim Robbins is set to star in upcoming Apple TV+ dystopian drama series "Wool," reports Variety. Robbins will play the role of Bernard, who serves as head of IT for the Silo, and he will star alongside Rebecca Ferguson, who is set to play main character Juliette. "Wool" is based on the Hugh Howey novel of the same name. "Wool" is set in the distant future, where the post-apocalyptic earth has become toxic and unable to sustain life. People live in subterranean silos that extend 140 stories be...
Tags: Apple, Star, Rebecca Ferguson, Hugh Howey, Bernard, Jacob, Tim Robbins, Mystic River, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV Shows Apple, Variety Robbins, Juliette Wool


$10 ‘Hamilton’ tickets: How to win them for Hollywood Pantages performances

LOS ANGELES — A digital lottery opened Friday for a limited number of $10 tickets for the first week’s performances of “Hamilton,” which is set to open Aug. 17 at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre. The lottery opened at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 6, and will close at noon on Thursday, Aug. 12, for tickets to performances Aug.17-22. Subsequent digital lotteries will begin each Friday at 10 a.m. and close the following Thursday at noon for the following week’s performances. The Tony Award-winning musical w...
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7 Disneyland rides made into movies, and 7 more possible projects

While many Disneyland attractions are based on films, a few have made the journey in the opposite direction — starting as theme park rides that became major motion pictures. The upcoming “Jungle Cruise” is the latest entry in Disney’s ever-growing catalog of attempts to turn theme park attractions into film franchises — with most of them until recently becoming fabulous flops rather than breakout hits. The new “Jungle Cruise” debuting Friday, July 30 will bring the classic 1955 Disneyland ride t...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Movies, Abc, China, Amy Schumer, Disney, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, United Nations, Amy Poehler, Guillermo Del Toro, New Orleans


If you’re stuck at home, here’s how LA County residents can get vaccinated

Netflix and Hulu? Check. And you’ve got Alexa and Siri, for instant answers, right? Check. And now, in Los Angeles County, you can get an on-demand COVID-19 vaccine. That’s right. In a world of in-home services — and at a time of urgent concern that not enough people are  getting their shots to fend off the coronavirus — the vaccines can come to you. At least that’s what Public Health officials want to remind you about this week. With case rates and hospitalizations spiking again, fueled by the ...
Tags: Google, News, La, Siri, Sport, Public Health, Netflix, Soccer, Delta, Long Beach, Pasadena, Hulu, Mccarthy, Alexa, Los Angeles County, Pelosi


Google delays office return, mandates vaccines for workers

By Michael Liedtke | Associated Press SAN RAMON — Google is postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-October and rolling out a policy that will eventually require everyone to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened. The announcement Wednesday came as the more highly contagious delta variant is driving a dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. In an email sent to Google’s more than 130,000 employees worldwide, CEO Sundar Pichai said the comp...
Tags: Apple, Google, New York, News, California, California News, San Francisco, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Delta, Food And Drug Administration, World Health Organization, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Sundar Pichai


A new play by Tim Robbins and the Actors’ Gang sees the present in the 1930s

The coronavirus pandemic cut off Los Angeles theater companies from their audiences, but Academy Award-winning actor Tim Robbins is seeking to use it as a way to reconnect. He has pulled together a virtual production of a three-part play called “We Live On” with the Actors’ Gang. Robbins is the artistic director and one of the founding members of the company. It got its start in 1981, before Robbins’ went on to star in such films as “Bull Durham,” “The Shawshank Redemption” and “Mystic River,” f...
Tags: Woody Guthrie, Los Angeles, Sport, David, Soccer, George Orwell, Robbins, Los Gatos, Dolores Huerta, Tim Robbins, Terkel, Mystic River, Cameron Dye, San Fernando Valley LA, Actors Gang Robbins, Culver City Audiences


What Bull Durham Taught Me About Business Success

I watched Bull Durham (again) last night. A great movie if you haven’t seen it. Though I must admit, I’m not much of a baseball fan. I find it to be about as exciting to watch as CSPAN. But when it comes to sports movies , baseball takes the cake. Think Moneyball, The Bad News Bears, Major League (shut up Dorn), The Natural, A League of Their Own, Field of Dreams, and, of course, Bull Durham, just to name a few. Anyway, as I said, I was watching Bull Durham last night. It’s a romantic comedy ab...
Tags: Business, Management, Annie, Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon, Durham North Carolina, Right Now, Mark, Yankee Stadium, Sarandon, Tim Robbins, Bull Durham, Durham Bulls, Annie Savoy, Bad News Bears Major League, Ebby LaLoosh


Clint Eastwood Is 91, And He’s Directed 17 Films Just Since He Turned 70

And those 17 movies — which include no less than Mystic River (with Sean Penn and Tim Robbins), Million Dollar Baby (Hilary Swank), and American Sniper (Bradley Cooper) — have earned a billion dollars or so all together, not to mention a few Oscars and plenty more nominations. Maybe not every one of the 39 films he’s made over 50 years is a masterpiece, but some certainly are (Unforgiven), and the overall quality has been impressively high. What’s more, they aren’t just action films, westerns, ...
Tags: Art, Media, Bradley Cooper, Clint Eastwood, Hilary Swank, Sean Penn, Madison County, Eastwood, Tim Robbins, Mystic River, 05.31.21


35 Box Office Flops That Are Actually Worth Watching

British impresario Malcolm McLaren’s headstone reads, “Better a spectacular failure, than a benign success.” So it goes in life and, sometimes, at the movies.Hollywood makes lots of movies. Most of them aren’t good. Sometimes the good ones make money (lots of the bad ones do, too), but then sometimes...they don’t.…Read more...
Tags: Hollywood, Robin Williams, Films, It, Netflix, Avatar, Oscar, Warren Beatty, The Godfather, Danny Boyle, Josh Brolin, Chris Hemsworth, Lifehacks, Peter Pan, Edward Norton, Blackhat


Howard the Duck Is Still the Weirdest Marvel Movie Ever

Over 20 years before Iron Man kick-started what’s now the Marvel Cinematic Universe—the pop-culture juggernaut that devours so much of the box office—another Marvel hero got his chance to save the world. Big difference, though: the star of Howard the Duck didn’t exactly set the world on fire with his efforts.Read more...
Tags: Science, Iron Man, Aliens, Duck, Marvel Comics, George Lucas, Captain America, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Howard, Crocodile Dundee, Bev, Tim Robbins, Howard the Duck, Thomas Dolby, Lea Thompson, Jeffrey Jones


HBO Sets Philippa Goslett as New Showrunner for The Nevers

HBO sets Philippa Goslett as new showrunner for The Nevers Two months following the departure of original writer/showrunner Joss Whedon (The Avengers) from the position, HBO’s epic sci-fi drama The Nevers has found a new showrunner and executive producer with Mary Magdalene co-writer Philippa Goslett, according to Deadline. RELATED: Joss Whedon Departs HBO Series The Nevers if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gp...
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The Power: Tim Robbins to Replace Rainn Wilson in Amazon’s New Sci-Fi Drama

The Power: Tim Robbins to replace Rainn Wilson in Amazon’s new sci-fi drama According to Deadline, Oscar-winning actor Tim Robbins (The Shawshank Redemption, Mystic River) has officially signed on for the role of Daniel Dandon in Amazon Prime Video‘s forthcoming series adaptation of The Power, based on award-winning author Naomi Alderman’s 2016 thriller sci-fi drama novel of the same name. Robbins will be replacing The Office alum Rainn Wilson, who dropped out of the project due to scheduling...
Tags: Amazon, TV, London, Movies, Washington, Office, Nicole Kidman, TV News, Streaming, Rob, Seattle, Leslie Mann, Robbins, Jos, Rainn Wilson, Naomi Alderman


‘The Shawshank Redemption’ Honest Trailer: The Movie No One Saw in Theaters But Everyone Watches on Cable

The Shawshank Redemption may be a beloved drama that you’ll watch every single time it’s playing on AMC, TNT or whatever cable channel is playing it on a lazy Sunday afternoon. But as the Honest Trailer for the film from Frank Darabont reminds us, when it arrived on the big screen in September 1994, the movie only earned $16 million in its initial theatrical release. Meanwhile, Forrest Gump was in the middle of an insane 42-week theatrical run. Just like Andy Dufresne, the movie had to trek thr...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Tom Hanks, United States, Lol, Honest Trailers, Warner Brothers, Frank Darabont, Honest Trailer, Forrest Gump, Tim Robbins, Video Of The Day, Andy Dufresne, The-Shawshank-Redemption, AMC TNT