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    13 movie sequels that bombed at the box office

    Type: Article | Date: Friday, Jun 17, 2016

    Audiences are pretty anti-sequel in 2016; here’s where they didn’t turn up for follow-ups in the past
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    16 of the most unnecessary sequels ever made

    Type: Gallery | Date: Saturday, Apr 25, 2015

    Sequel to: The first "Sex and the City" film and TV series Did it ...
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    15 of the most unnecessary sequels ever made

    Type: Article | Date: Sunday, Jul 14, 2013

    Does 'Grown Ups 2' fit the bill?
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    206 days until Star Wars: Mark Hamill gushed about the prequels way back in 1980

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2015

    The structure of the Skywalker family story was in place for decades.
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    Review: Did 'Jane the Virgin' end season 2 on better cliffhangers than season 1?

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2016

    Jane and Michael head to the altar, Petra has a very bad day, and Susanna rolls tide
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    Warner sets a superstar cast for the decidedly risky 'Suicide Squad' movie

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Dec 2, 2014

    Warner Bros. is gambling big on 'Suicide Squad,' a 'Dirty Dozen' style take on the supervillains from the DC Universe being pressed into missions for the government. Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Tom Hardy, and Jared Leto are now officially set for some surprising roles.
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    Andrew Garfield stars in Arcade Fire's moving 'We Exist' video: Watch

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, May 16, 2014

    Spider-Man plays a sweet transvestite looking for acceptance
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    Saturday Night Live Recap: Elizabeth Banks Hosts

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Nov 15, 2015

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    New 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' featurettes emphasize action, comedy, and The Rhino

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014

    Despite myself, I am starting to get invested in this one
  • Rome: The Complete Series

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009

    Includes:Rome: The Stolen Eagle (2005) Rome: Egeria (2005) Rome: Caesarion (2005) Rome: Triumph (2005) Rome: The Kalends of February (2005) Rome: The Spoils (2005) Rome: Utica (2005) Rome: Pharsalus (2005) Rome: An Owl in a Thornbush (2005) Rome: How Titus Pullo Brought Down the Republic (2005) Rome: Stealing From Saturn (2005) Rome: The Ram Has Touched the Wall (2005) Rome: Passover (2007) Rome: De Patre Vostro (2007) Rome: Deus Impeditio Esuritori Nullus (2007) Rome: Testudo et Lepus (The Tortoise and the Hare) (2007) Rome: Heroes of the Republic (2007) Rome: Philippi (2007) Rome: A Necessary Fiction (2007) Rome: Death Mask (2007) Rome: These Being the Words of Marcus Tullius Cicero (2007) Rome: Son of Hades (2007) Rome: The Stolen Eagle As HBO's Rome opens, Gaius Julius Caesar (Ciarán Hinds) is reaching the end of his war against Gaul, and his popularity in the republic has reached a new high, arousing the concern of Pompey Magnus (Kenneth Cranham) and others in the senate that he will attempt to seize power. During the ultimate battle, a Centurion, Lucius Vorenus (Kevin McKidd), upbraids one of his men, Titus Pullo (Ray Stevenson), for breaking ranks. Pullo is later flogged and jailed for his disobedience, and misses out on some sacking. Caesar gets word that his daughter, married to Pompey, has died during childbirth. Both Pompey and Caesar see this as a further threat to their longstanding alliance. Caesar sends word to his conniving niece, Atia (Polly Walker) to offer Pompey a new bride on Caesar's behalf. Atia chooses her own daughter, Octavia (Kerry Condon), despite the fact that Octavia is already happily married. Atia convinces her to divorce, and offer herself to Pompey. Meanwhile, in Gaul, Caesar's standard, a golden eagle, is stolen, and he tasks Mark Antony (James Purefoy) with its recovery. Caesar also manipulates his young friend, Brutus (Tobias Menzies), the son of Servilia (Lindsay Duncan), his erstwhile lover, to report back to Rome that the eagle's been stolen, so that his enemies there will think Caesar is weak. Atia sends her son, young Octavian (Max Pirkis), to Gaul to deliver a white horse to Caesar, before the great man arrives back in Rome and everyone is giving him gifts. Octavian's party is assaulted, the horse stolen, and the boy abducted. Vorenus, assigned by Antony to the seemingly futile task of tracking down Caesar's standard, selects Pullo to assist him. The two have a stroke of amazing luck when they come across the party that captured Octavian. ~ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide Rome: Egeria Mark Antony (James Purefoy) is running things in Rome while Caesar (Ciarán Hinds) chases down Pompey (Kenneth Cranham) and his allies in Greece. But soon, word reaches Antony that the battle has turned against Caesar, who orders Antony and whatever troops he can muster to join him in Greece in what seems a hopeless cause. Pompey sends a messenger to Antony (living in Pompey's house) to let him know that Pompey will reward him if he sits out the battle, while Atia (Polly Walker) tries to convince Antony to marry her and seize power in Rome. Antony bides his time reaching a decision. Meanwhile, Vorenus (Kevin McKidd) is having problems at home. Lyde (Esther Hall), Niobe's (Indira Varma) sister, is worried over her missing husband, and has moved in with the couple. Niobe seems more concerned about her well-being than the state of her marriage. After listening to the frustrated, lovelorn, drunken Vorenus complaining through the night, Pullo (Ray Stevenson) tells Lyde that he's heard that her husband was murdered, and pointedly tells her, in front of Niobe, to get on with her life. Pullo, assigned with schooling Octavian (Max Pirkis) in the "manly arts," takes the young man to an upscale brothel. Atia, concerned that she'll be on the losing side of the battles in Greece, gets Ocatvian out of town, and sends Octavia (Kerry Condon) to Servilia (Lindsay Duncan) with some "gifts" as a gesture of friendship. Serv
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