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Sarah Michelle Gellar Says ‘Steamy’ Daphne/Velma Kiss Was Cut From 2002 Scooby-Doo

Sarah Michelle Gellar wants justice for the “steamy” kiss she shared with Linda Cardellini as Daphne and Velma in the 2002 Scooby-Doo movie. “There was an actual kiss between Daphne and Velma that got cut,” Gellar said on Watch What Happens: Live! with Andy Cohen on Thursday. A “Steamy” Kiss Gellar, who played Daphne, called the...

80 for Brady Director Kyle Marvin Had to Control the Clock, Not Just Score

As a first-time feature director, Kyle Marvin had to earn his opportunity to helm 80 for Brady, and that meant winning over four of the all-time best actresses — Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sally Field and Rita Moreno — as well as the greatest NFL player of all time, Tom Brady. He did it by doing what Brady does so well on the field: controlling...

A ‘Fortune Teller Guru’ Advocated for Matthew McConaughey to Say Yes to How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

Matthew McConaughey wasn’t sure he wanted to star in the 2003 rom-com How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. Then, a fortune teller stopped him out of nowhere on Sunset Boulevard and convinced him to take the role. He recalled the bizarre experience with the “fortune teller guru” in a recent interview with Vanity Fair for an oral history about How to...

Making 80 for Brady; Not Everyone Deserves The Last of Us; How to Best Watch Skinamarink

How first-time director Kyle Marvin quarterbacked 80 for Brady; The Last of Us gets some feedback from dum dums; Skinamarink is scary on TVs and in theaters; Bloc Party rules. Housekeeping We’re trying out subheads like the word “housekeeping” at the top of each item because Google, gatekeepers of the internet, supposedly prefer it....

Skinamarink Director Kyle Edward Ball Confident It Will Scare You on Shudder Just as Well as in a Theater

Skinamarink is a strikingly original theatrical experience that challenges audience to get on its gloomy, nighmarish wavelength and sit anxiously through a horror story told from the timebending perspective of a four-year-old. But director Kyle Edward Ball is confident it will scare you on TV, too. The film, which he made for under $15,000 and...

Anna Kendrick Gets Honest; Paul Mescal Is Irish, Actually; Titanic Jack ‘Might’ve Lived’

Anna Kendrick used her own experience to play a character with an abusive boyfriend in Alice, Darling; James Cameron tests out the fan theory that Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jack might have lived if he’d gotten on the raft in Titanic; the BBC receives several hundred complaints after mistakenly referring to Paul Mescal as a “British actor.” All in today’s...

Alice, Darling Star Anna Kendrick on Healing From Abusive Relationship: ‘You Deserve to Leave’

Anna Kendrick drew on her own personal experience with an abusive relationship when playing her character in Alice, Darling, a new drama about a woman who begins to deteriorate mentally during a girl trip with friends because of the abuse she receives from her boyfriend. Directed by Mary Nighy and distributed by Lionsgate, Alice, Darling is now...

Brandon Cronenberg Tells Us Why He Doesn’t Want Revenge in Infinity Pool

“We tend to frame punishment in terms of prevention and correction,” says Brandon Cronenberg, director of the new film Infinity Pool. “But there is a mood when we talk about it that suggests what we really want is revenge.” In the movie, Alexander Skarsgärd plays James, a writer on vacation who accidentally hits and kills a citizen while drunk...

New Actor to Play Batman; Tom Brady is a Good Actor; Mandalorian Season 3 Preview

Tom Brady retires from football just as he proves he can act onscreen; yet another Batman actor is coming; a look at The Mandalorian Season 3. All in today’s Movie News Rundown. Tom Brady, Movie Star: The GOAT’s retirement from football today closely coincides with the release of the sweet new comedy 80 for Brady, in which he proves, in a surprisingly...

Tom Brady Is Good at Acting, 80 for Brady Director Was Thrilled to Learn

If Tom Brady wants to become a movie star in retirement, he’s off to a good start: the new movie 80 for Brady, which will arrive in theaters mere hours after his announcement this morning, features some surprisingly nuanced and convincing acting by one of the all-time greatest athletes. After several scenes in which Brady says little or nothing,...

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