The 28 best animated movie franchises of all time

Since the mid-1990s, the film industry has moved towards the era of the franchise. This is especially true for animated movies, which went from stand-alone films (remember Aladdin and The Lion King) to sequels and prequels. This isn't necessarily a bad thing. For further proof, here are the best animated movie franchises of all time. 
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25 best biopics of all time

Friday, June 16, 2017 is the release date for the highly anticipated biographical film about the rise and fall of rapper Tupac Shakur. While we anxiously wait to see Demetrius Shipp Jr.’s portrayal of the legendary lyricist, let’s take a look at some of the best biopics in film history based on box office numbers, audience approval, and the biggest awards they won. Without further...
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SNL Recap: Dwayne Johnson is a Five-Timer, Bobby Moynihan and Vanessa Bayer say goodbye

To say that season 42 of Saturday Night Live has been historic would be somewhat of an understatement. Helped by a season-long commitment by Alec Baldwin to portray President Trump, SNL had its best season, ratings-wise, in over 20 years, and reclaimed its place in the American political satire conversation after being away for most of the past decade. Of course, this season hasn’t...
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SNL Recap: Melissa McCarthy joins five-timers club, but even Spicey can’t prevent letdown

In a season full of surprises for Saturday Night Live, none may be bigger than when Melissa McCarthy walked out as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Feb. 4. Yes, Alec Baldwin may be annoying the president every time he appears, but we knew Baldwin would be portraying Donald Trump this season. McCarthy as Spicer was as shocking as it was brilliant. There were no surprises...
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NBA Weekend Awards: Who takes home the Wilt Chamberlain Trophy?

The second weekend of the NBA playoffs is over, and the only thing we’ve resolved is that the Indiana Pacers are going home, and David Fizdale is not a numbers guy, but he knows when things aren’t adding up. To honor the high achievers and shame the slumpers, we are presenting a set of awards. Because only one team can hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy each year (and it’s the...
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April 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Match Game is coming back with Alec Baldwin for some reason

Alec Baldwin is coming back to network television, but it’s not in his usual sitcom setting. Baldwin is getting into the game show business. Deadline reports Baldwin will host the revival of the classic TV game show Match Game on ABC. The show has had multiple iterations on network television, initially premiering in 1962 on NBC. Baldwin, a multiple Emmy award winner, will be...
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Alec Baldwin Will Star as New York City Mayor in an HBO Series

In an untitled dramatic series for HBO, Alec Baldwin stars as Joe Byrne, a billionaire real estate developer, celebrated libertine and divorced father, who unexpectedly becomes mayor of New York City
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Alec Baldwin Catches Stray Ball At U.S. Open Tennis Match (Video)

Alec Baldwin looks really confident bordering on cocky in anything he does, and that includes hanging out at a tennis tournament. The famous actor — dressed in a suit for some reason — took in a U.S. Open tennis match between Maria Sharapova and Maria Kirilenko on Monday night, and he became the center of attention for just a few moments. After one of Kirilenko’s shots went...
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Alec Baldwin Catches A Stray Ball At The U.S. Open

Alec Baldwin was on his game at the US Open; he caught this ball without any hesitation. [@DaneCarbaugh] The post Alec Baldwin Catches A Stray Ball At The U.S. Open appeared first on Diehardsport.
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Actor Alec Baldwin snags stray ball at US Open

NEW YORK (AP) Alec Baldwin took on a new role at the U.S. Open - the actor played a star athlete, snagging a stray ball that flew into the stands. Baldwin was sitting in the front row behind the baseline Monday night when an out-of-bounds shot from Maria Kirilenko sailed over Maria Sharapova and bounced into the seats. He flawlessly fielded the ball on one hop. Rather than keep...
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August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

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