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    Wedding bells rang for Erika Christensen and cyclist Cole Maness in Palm Springs, California, on Saturday, the actress's rep confirmed to People.


    The wedding comes just a few weeks after Christensen's 33rd birthday.


    While the "Parenthood" star and Maness tend to keep a low-profile relationship, the 33-year-old did share a sweet Instagram photo to confirm their engagement back in November.



    Thanks for all the well-wishes! It's official. We're engaged. ❤️

    A photo posted by @erikachristensen on



    Congratulations to the happy couple! 


     


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    What do you get the woman who has everything? A really freaking adorable birthday card, DUH. 


    Blue Ivy knows the deal -- she gifted her very special mama a handmade note, writing in crayon, "#1 Mom." Didn't we tell you she knows the deal? 



    Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all my birthday wishes.

    A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on



    Good luck buying another private island to top this, Jay Z. 


    Blue Ivy wasn't the only one who wished the "Drunk in Love" singer a Happy 34th #BeyDay on Sept. 4. Michelle Obama, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and Gwyneth Paltrow were among those observing the national holiday: 










    Happy birthday @beyonce We loooooove you with all our

    A photo posted by Gwyneth Paltrow (@gwynethpaltrow) on



    Confirmed: It's Bey's world and we're all just living in it.


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    Damon Wayans is the latest celebrity to jump to the defense of Bill Cosby.


    The actor appeared on Power 105.1's "The Breakfast Club" radio show on Friday, where he said that he doesn't think Cosby is a rapist. Wayans went on to explain his theory about the 51 women who've come forward with their stories of being drugged or sexually assaulted by the comedian. 


    First, he provided a little bit of advice. 


    "Tell the truth. If I was him, I would divorce my wife -- wink, wink -- give her all my money, and then I would go to a deposition. I'd light one of them three-hour cigars, I'd have me some wine and maybe a Quaalude. And I would just go off," he said.


    "I don’t believe that he was raping, I think he was in relationships with all of them," Wayans continued. "And then he was like, ‘You know what, it’s '78. It don’t work no more. I can’t get it up for any of y’all. Bye, bitches. And now they’re like, ‘Oh really? Rape!’"


    Wayans also questioned why the accusers waited so long to come forward, but co-host Angela Yee was quick to point out that some women came out with their claims decades ago. 


    "But if you listen to them talk, they go, ‘Well, the first time…’ The first time? Bitch, how many times did it happen? Just listen to what they’re saying," Wayans responded. "And some of them, really, is un-rapeable. I look at them and go, ‘No, he don’t want that. Get outta here!’” 


    Attempting to make his words sound less offensive, Wayans then added that his "heart goes out" to the women who were actually assaulted, insinuating that not all the women who've come forward are telling the truth. 


    "For anybody who was raped by Bill Cosby, I'm sorry and I hope you get justice," he said, only to then call out "all the other bitches" who just didn't take responsibility for their actions. 


    You can watch the whole interview below: 




    Upon hearing Wayans' interview, some people, including "The Breakfast Club" co-host Charlamagne Tha God, took to Twitter to criticize the actor.








    In response, Wayans tweeted, "Stop twisting my words. Watch the entire interview before u [sic] condemn me." He also shared the clip of himself saying sorry to the women multiple times, with the hashtags #thetruthdontlie and #donttakepiecesofmywords. 



     


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    Steven Tyler may be a megastar, but he's not above performing on the street. 


    The Aerosmith frontman did just that last week during a trip to Moscow, and lucky for us, a bystander caught the action on video.


    In the clip, Tyler approaches a musician on the street, commandeers his mic and starts belting out his band's hit "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing." After the duet, Tyler gives the busker a high-five and then puts his hat on the guy's head. A pretty great souvenir, no?


    Judging by the cheers and screams, we'd say the performance was very well-received. The crowd didn't even seem to notice he messed up the words. Check out the video below:  




    H/T Gossip Cop


     


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    Reese Witherspoon makes the most of her toddler time. 


    The actress shared an adorable Dubsmash video of her and her son singing to Raffi's "Bananaphone" on Sunday, and it's almost too much to handle. In the clip, the "Legally Blonde" star lip syncs while holding a banana up to her ear. Then she points the camera over to her son who does the same thing, only he's a little out of sync with the music, making it even better.


    Warning: The video is ridiculously cute and the song will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. But it's so worth watching. 



    Good morning! ☀️Pick up the banana phone! #toddlertime #funwithfruit

    A video posted by Reese Witherspoon (@reesewitherspoon) on



    You're welcome. 


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    Looks like Jessie James and Eric Decker's baby has finally arrived -- and he's already a football fan. 


    The country singer shared the good news on her Instagram account Sunday, giving her 1.7 million followers a first look at the little guy. Clearly, he takes after his dad, who plays football for the New York Jets: 



    Last week, the "Blue Jeans" singer shared a photo of herself and her husband at the hospital, preparing for labor: 



    ❤️

    A photo posted by Jessie James Decker (@jessiejamesdecker) on



    The couple also has a daughter, Vivianne, whom they welcomed in March 2014.


    Congrats to the happy family on their newest addition!


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    Katy Perry drove a Segway at the Burning Man Festival in Nevada's Black Rock Desert over the weekend. Well, she tried to, anyway.


    In a video that the pop star posted to Instagram, Perry pulls off a spin move, but then the scooter reveals who's really running the show.


    "Obvious first time burner alert," Perry wrote.



    A video posted by KATY PERRY (@katyperry) on



    At least it ended better than this Paul Blart ride:



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    To quote Dave Grohl, it wasn’t just a supergroup but a “superdupergroup” that entertained the audience Saturday at the U.K.’s Milton Keynes Bowl.  


    The Foo Fighters had been performing at the arena when they were joined onstage by none other than Queen's Roger Taylor and Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones. Together, they performed an all-star rendition of Queen and David Bowie’s 1981 hit “Under Pressure.”


    “Now look. I don't know if y'all have ever seen a supergroup. This is a ‘superdupergroup,’” Grohl told the crowd. “I don't even know what to say because this kind of s**t doesn't happen every day. Let me just tell you that the Foo Fighters, right now, are living out our rock 'n' roll fantasy with you tonight.”


    As Rolling Stone points out, Saturday marked what would've been the 69th birthday of late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury. Mercury died in 1991. 


    Watch the Foo Fighters' “superduper” performance above.


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    Commercials starring athletes tend to be polished and flashy, focusing on the glory of the sportsperson featured. But in this poignant new ad with Serena Williams, we’re reminded of the darker side of athletic success: the physical challenges, emotional struggles and discouragement from all the haters that athletes sometimes have to overcome on their journeys to greatness.


    The stirring ad, created for Beats by Dre, shows clips from Williams’ long tennis career: shots of her crying out in agony after falling on the court, footage of her celebrating after hard-fought victories, an image of her smashing her racket in utter frustration.


    “The world knows Serena’s story,” says a caption that accompanies the ad. “It’s one that reads: adversity, doubts, haters, health obstacles, criticisms, comebacks and victories. This story is a window into Serena’s soul ... a window’s glimpse inside Serena Williams’ life as she continually pushes past adversity and naysayers ... inspiring our generation to ‘RISE UP’ a thousand times again.”


    In an interview with The Huffington Post in June, Williams opened up about some of the challenges she’s faced as a female athlete and public figure.


    She described being deluged by boos and racial slurs at a tennis tournament, and the fear that overwhelmed her when she suffered a bad foot injury. The 33-year-old also opened up about her body image struggles and her journey to self-love.


    “It wasn’t very easy -- growing up. Venus was like a model. I was thicker,” she said. “Most women athletes are pretty thin. I didn’t really know how to deal with it. I had to come to terms ... with loving myself. I had to find different role models. But my body type is in style now, so I’m loving it!”


    Williams has won 21 Grand Slam titles, and is eyeing another. If she clinches a 22nd, Williams will tie Steffi Graf's record for the most Major wins by any tennis player, male or female, in the Open era.   


    Watch Williams' Beats ad in the video above. The commercial has been watched more than 8 million times on YouTube to date. 


     


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    It's Labor Day Weekend -- aka the unofficial end to summer -- and celebrities everywhere are sending off the best season in style.  After all-- this is the last hurrah for everybody to throw on their suits and head to the beach. Unless you live somewhere warm year-round. Or you have an indoor pool. Or you can afford to take glamorous vacations in the middle of winter. But what celebrities fall into any of those categories?!


    Sigh, flip through the gallery if you've got that summertime sadness:


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    While the summer sadly may be coming to a close, that means new fall TV shows are on the way. From a slew of dark eerie procedurals to campy horror-comedies to the return of The Muppets, there's a lot to look forward to.


    Because we don't want you to get overwhelmed by trying to decide what to watch, we've selected the best new series you should clear your DVRs for this season. (Also check out our full guide to fall TV premieres dates.) 


    "Scream Queens"


    Take the silly fun of "Glee," the violence and mystery of "American Horror Story" Season 1 and the camp of "AHS: Coven," and you've got "Scream Queens." Murders, sorority girls, red devils, Jamie Lee Curtis -- what more could you ask for from this new Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck series?


    Premieres: Sept. 22 on FOX 




    "The Bastard Executioner"


    From "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter, this new medieval drama follows a 14th-century warrior knight who is tasked with becoming an executioner. This will definitely satiate your need for a gritty period piece.


    Premieres: Sept. 15 on FX




    "Limitless"


    Remember Bradley Cooper's 2011 movie about a mind-enhancing drug? Now it's a TV show where Cooper will appear in the pilot to bestow the pill upon a new user, Jake McDorman's Brian.


    Premieres: Sept. 22 on CBS




    "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"


    Do you like witty romantic comedies? How about musicals? Then "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," about a Manhattan woman who moves across the country for a guy she's been obsessed with for 10 years, might just be your new favorite show. It's like that musical scene in "500 Days of Summer," but a full season's worth.


    Premieres: Oct. 12 on The CW




    "The Man in the High Castle"


    Imagine a post-World War II America in which the United States lost the war and became occupied and controlled by German and Japanese powers. Amazon's new dark drama set in the 1960s follows that scenario from Philip K. Dick's novel of the same name. With Ridley Scott on board as producer and Frank Spotnitz ("The X-Files") as creator, this is sure to be a fall hit. You can even watch the pilot on Amazon now.


    Premieres: Nov. 20 on Amazon




    "Quantico"


    Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra stars in this new ABC thriller as one of the FBI recruits training at the academy in Quantico, Virginia. Employing a time jump similar to the one in "How To Get Away With Murder," the series will flash forward to tease the mystery of one recruit who's suspected to be behind the biggest terrorist attack since Sept. 11.


    Premieres: Sept. 27 on ABC




    "Minority Report"


    If you loved Steven Spielberg's 2002 film based on the Philip K. Dick short story, this new reboot might be a favorite. Set in the future, 10 years after Precrime has been dissolved, the series follows a former Precog (Stark Sands) who assists a detective (Meagan Goode) in preventing crimes while keeping his ability a secret.


    Premieres: Sept. 21 on Fox




    "The Muppets"


    The Muppets are back! And this time they have their own show, within their own show. The new ABC comedy follows Kermit & Co. as Miss Piggy hosts her own late-night TV show. Let's also not forget that the famous frog has a new girlfriend. It's like "30 Rock" meets "The Office," and we couldn't be more excited.


    Premieres: Sept. 22 on ABC




    "Blindspot"


    A woman (Jaimie Alexander) wakes up naked in Times Square with no memory of who she is. With the help of an FBI agent, she uses the tattoos on her body as clues to figuring out her identity. The dark drama looks like a solid draw for fans of "The Following" and "Hannibal."


    Premieres: Sept. 21 on NBC




    "The Grinder"


    Rob Lowe is Dean Sanderson, an actor who played a lawyer on a beloved TV series for eight years. Now that the show has ended, Dean returns home and thinks he has the experience and knowledge to take over his family's law practice, much to his attorney brother's (Fred Savage) annoyance.


    Premiere: Sept. 29 on Fox




    "Supergirl"


    DC Comics fans, get excited. Superman's cousin, Kara Zor-El (Melissa Benoist), finally arrives this fall. "Supergirl" follows the 24-year-old as she begins to embrace the powers she's long kept secret. This should more than hold you over until her cousin arrives on the big screen in "Dawn of Justice" next year.


    Premieres: Oct. 26 on CBS




    "Angel From Hell"


    Jane Lynch's Amy might be the guardian angel to Maggie Lawson's neurotic doctor Allison. But then again, Amy might just be a total drunk mess who has no idea what she's talking about. That's part of them charm of Lynch's new comedy, "Angel From Hell," and the mystery that's already convinced us to tune in.


    Premieres: Nov. 5 on CBS




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    The Houston Rockets' James Harden can now rest assured he has graduated from mere basketball star into pop culture reference. Beyonce wore Harden's No. 13 jersey customized into a swimsuit during her Made In America festival performance Saturday in Philadelphia. Harden was understandably moved to comment.


    "Bey got too much swagger in that jersey!!" he wrote on Instagram.


    Nah, James, we figure a lot of fans will think it's just enough. 



    Bey got too much swagger in that jersey!! @beyonce #MadeinAmerica #H-Tiinnnneeeee

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    You may have already lost count of how many celebrity couples have broken up this summer, but here's one more right as Labor Day brings an unofficial close to the season: Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt have split after 18 years as partners, according to a statement they released Monday to multiple outlets.


    "With great sadness, we have decided to separate, after 18 years of love and shared history. We will continue to be supportive of each other in every way possible moving forward," the couple said.


    People Magazine claims that the last time the two attended a public event was at the "Wet Hot American Summer" Netflix premiere's after-party in July.



    The two released a statement back in April denying rumors they had broken up.


    The month before, Hamm completed a rehab stint for alcohol and noted Westfeldt had supported him during his struggle.


     


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    "Bachelor in Paradise" ended with a bang, as expected. 


    Contestants Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert got engaged on the finale Monday night. The pair, who dated throughout the entire season, were all smiles as they celebrated on the beach, Jade sporting a new Neil Lane diamond ring on her finger. They stopped by "After Paradise" to chat with hosts Chris Harrison and Jenny Mollen, saying their relationship is better than ever.


    "We don't want to have a long engagement, so ..." Jade admitted.



    Who knew this would be my last first kiss? #BachelorInParadise

    A photo posted by Tanner Tolbert (@tanner_tolbert) on



    Other couples decided to take a chance at love outside the show, including Samantha Steffen and Nick Peterson and Cassandra Ferguson and Justin Reich. Oddly enough, it was revealed on "After Paradise" that Cassandra actually didn't end up with Justin, but another "BIP" contestant -- Jonathan Holloway. "It's been about a month, and we're taking it as slowly as we can," Holloway told Harrison. 


    But not everyone found happiness in paradise. Tenley Molzahn and Joshua Albers decided to go their separate ways, as did Carly Waddell and Kirk Dewindt, who had one of the most dramatic breakups in "Bachelor" history on Sunday night's episode. Kirk "blindsided" Carly, telling her he didn't feel as strongly for her as she clearly felt for him, despite the fact that they seemingly had a great connection.


    "I had no idea ... he never gave me any warning signal at all," Carly said of the split on "After Paradise." "My reaction [to the breakup], I think, was very valid." 


    Kirk apologized to Carly on the after show, saying that he tried to give their relationship a fair shot before realizing he was "behind." He also took to Twitter to share his side of the story:





    Carly pulled a Taylor Swift and released a song about the on-air breakup:





    Ah, the drama never ends. Until next summer ...


     


     


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    Nearly 50 women have come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of drugging and/or sexually assaulting them, but the statute of limitations has run out for most. Now, 24-year-old Chloe Goins, the first woman whose assault allegations could possibly fall within the statute of limitations, opens up about her claims of a night with Cosby at the Playboy Mansion seven years ago.


    "It makes me upset every time I think about it," says Goins in a daytime TV exclusive interview with Dr. Phil airing on Thursday. She alleges that Cosby offered her a drink when she was 18, and claims that the next thing she remembers is waking up to him licking her toes. "It was a disgusting thing to happen to me, that happened to these other women, and I’ll never be able to fully grasp that or get over that."


    Cosby has admitted under oath that he obtained prescriptions for Quaaludes to give women before having sex with them, but has repeatedly denied all allegations of drugging and sexually abusing women.


    Watch What Happens When Seven Cosby Accusers Come Together


    Goins gives her account of what she says happened that night and what she says inspired her to come forward on Thursday's episode of Dr. Phil. She's joined by several other Cosby accusers, including model Beverly Johnson and Eden Tiri, who had a role on The Cosby Show




    In this video, Tiri recalls being asked to meet Cosby in his dressing room. "He walks in, he closes the door, he locks it," she says. "He came up behind me and we did some mirror exercise; he put his hands on the back of mine, and we did this very strange thing that actors know as a mirror exercise. Then he pulled me into him, and yes, now his body is pressed up against mine, and he's nuzzling my neck. And he says the strangest thing: This is all we we're going to do -- make love. This is making love."


    An all-new season of Dr. Phil starts Monday, September 14. Watch a preview here.



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    Kylie Jenner spent Labor Day the way you'd expect... working hard taking photos of herself. 


    On Monday, the 18-year-old celebrated the unofficial end of summer by having a "chill night" in her $2.8 million mansion, while snapping photos of herself in a hot pink sports bra.








    Jenner also celebrated accruing 35 million followers on Instagram with a very steamy photo taken from a shoot that she released just after turning 18.



    35 mill

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    Chelsea Marr is a 24-year-old Scottish woman who has become Instagram famous over the last few weeks for looking exactly like Angelina Jolie.


    If you ever wondered what Tomb Raider-era Jolie would look like in modern day, Marr provides an example that's AngeliA+.




    According to a Facebook post Marr shared in August, she works for the oil and gas recruitment agency, Spencer Ogden Ltd., as an Operations Manager.


    Her newfound Internet fame has been somewhat of a challenge at work, as she explained, "trying to get work done with all of this has been a bit of a strain as you can imagine."




    Marr also responded to questions about whether she has gotten plastic surgery to specifically appear more like Jolie, writing on Facebook:



    With regards to having had any 'plastic surgery' not just in the past week but for years my friends/colleagues/family and I constantly get asked if I've had this and that done or if I've photoshopped this and that.


    Anyone who knows me knows I am extremely open and really don't mind discussing it. I have had lip fillers yes, not to look like anyone else but just because I wanted them a bit fuller just like all the other women that have also had theirs done. I had an operation on my nose a few years ago too however this wasn't a cosmetic procedure this was because as a child I broke my nose (quite badly) and therefore had complications with it and still do unfortunately. Lastly I did have a breast augmentation yes, but again this wasn't to try and resemble anyone, this was purely because I had absolutely nothing there before and it was something I was insecure about for years. I couldn't even fill an A cup - even the surgeon said they were the smallest he had seen I increased them to a B/C cup, and was just looking for enough to fill a bra and to look and feel more feminine in t-shirts and bikinis.





    As seen in the photo above, Marr embraced her resemblance to Mrs. Brad Pitt even before the Internet swarmed on her pictures like a Hitchcockian murder of crows. 


    So far, Marr seems to be AngelinA-OK, but hopefully the Internet will know when to Jo-leave her alone if she ever wants to no longer be married to this pit and cult of personangelinajolie.


     


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    Attention "Game of Thrones" lovers and teens everywhere: Maisie Williams has just launched a YouTube channel


    Williams first teased her video venture about a month ago with an Instagram photo that showed her editing clips at her computer. 


    The 18-year-old star, who's known for playing Arya Stark on the hit HBO show, posted her first video on Tuesday. In the four and a half-minute clip, simply titled, "Welcome to my channel," the actress takes some time to answer fan questions. While doing so, Williams confirms she has a boyfriend (and that's all she's going to say about that), provides a couple of "GoT" spoilers, and best of all, does a perfect impression of Ygritte (spoiler alert) dying in Jon Snow's arms. It's short and (not) sweet, but we promise it's worth a watch. Oh, and keep an eye out for a special "GoT" cameo -- blink and you'll miss it!




     


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    Defending U.S. Open champion Serena Williams continued to give off that "Ain't Worried About Nothin'" vibe on Monday night in New York. She cozied up with Kim Kardashian over tea, sipping from her saucer while fancifully putting her pinky up




    For weeks, Williams has been downplaying and dancing around the weight of winning the 2015 U.S. Open, repeatedly telling reporters that she doesn't feel any pressure despite the gobs of history at stake. 


    Should she beat older sister Venus on Tuesday night and propel herself on Saturday to win the U.S. Open, she'll complete the first true calendar year Grand Slam since Steffi Graf did it in 1988. A 22nd Grand Slam title for Williams would also tie Graf for No. 2 on the all-time women's Grand Slam championship rankings.  


    For now though, Serena's just fine with her tea and her good friend Kim K




     


      


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    Calling all superheroes: Take off your masks, hang up your capes and trust that no CGI cities will be razed over the next four months, because summer blockbusters are behind us and Oscar season has begun. (Fear not, crusaders -- James Bond, Katniss Everdeen and a galaxy far, far away will hold down the multiplex while you hibernate.) 


    It's too early to tell which of this fall's many enticing releases will translate to awards gold, so let's put that aside for now to gab about which movies look the most promising. If it's anything like the summer, we could be staring at a very lucrative few months, especially given what's in store, which includes the sci-fi epic "The Martian," a new Steve Jobs biopic, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg's latest, a Brad and Angie affair, Tina and Amy playing sisters, and Quentin Tarantino's buzzy Western. Without further ado, here is The Huffington Post's fall movie preview. 



    ***** 


    The list doesn't stop there. Here are other releases to look out for:


    Sept. 18: "Prisoners" director Denis Villeneuve proves he is a master at creating auras of suspense in the existential drug-cartel thriller "Sicario." [Trailer]


    Sept. 25: The 1969 gay-rights protests come to life in "Stonewall," which finds Roland Emmerich ("Independence Day," "The Day After Tomorrow") stepping away from big-budget spectacles for arguably the first time in his career. [Trailer]


    Sept. 25: The 2008 financial crisis forms the nucleus of the spellbinding drama "99 Homes," which stars Andrew Garfield as a single father forced to work for a corrupt real-estate broker. [Trailer]


    Oct. 2: In "Legend," Tom Hardy does double duty as both Kray twins, who were the 1960s' most notorious English gangsters. [Trailer


    • Oct 2: Julianne Moore and Ellen Page star in the gay-rights drama "Freeheld." [Trailer]


    Oct. 16:"Goosebumps" arrives on the big screen for the first time, with Jack Black portraying R.L. Stine. [Trailer]


    • Oct. 30: The powerful 2005 documentary "Our Brand Is Crisis" gets the dramedy treatment, with Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton in the lead roles. [No trailer available]


    • Nov. 13: Thirteen years after the original, "The Ring" gets another sequel in the form of "Rings." [No trailer available]


    • Nov. 27: We'll follow Tom Hiddleston anywhere, especially to Hank Williams biopic "I Saw the Light." [No trailer available]


    • Dec. 4: The titular creature in the horror-comedy "Krampus" is German folklore's evil antithesis of Santa Claus. Here, he goes up against Toni Collette, Adam Scott and Allison Tolman. [No trailer available]


    • Dec. 4: Cannes audiences were polarized by "Youth," the latest meditation from "Great Beauty" director Paolo Sorrentino, starring Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel and Jane Fonda. [Trailer]


    • Dec. 25: The already controversial NFL drama "Concussion" stars Will Smith as the doctor who uncovered the dangers that professional sports have on players' brains. [Trailer]


    • Dec. 25: If you find yourself hungering for the type of blockbuster usually fit for summer, go see "Point Break." It's a remake of Kathryn Bigelow's 1991 action thriller. [Trailer]


     


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