UFC's Tim KennedySpoil 'Star Wars' ...And 'I Will F'ing Gut You' 12/16/2017 12:07 AM PST EXCLUSIVE
"I will f**king gut you! I will make you bleed. Pain. Pain. A lot of pain."
That's Tim Kennedy -- UFC and U.S. Army Special Forces vet -- telling all the internet trolls what he's gonna do to them for spoiling "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."
Tim's a HUGE Sci-Fi guy ... but says he still hasn't seen the movie 'cause he's too busy being a badass in the desert.
Kennedy tells TMZ Sports he's pissed 'cause he can't touch social media -- "there's a bunch of a**holes out there trying to ruin it for people like me!"
So, if you spoil the party -- like UFC contender Colby Covington did on Thursday -- Tim says he's literally gonna cut you open and let you bleed out.
Yeah ... the force is strong in this one.
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Sen. Ted Cruz to Mark HamillMay the Facts Be with YouIn Our Internet Feud!!! 12/20/2017 12:30 AM PST EXCLUSIVE
Sen. Ted Cruz is channeling his inner Yoda to force Luke Skywalker to hear him out in one of the most awesome celeb beefs in the galaxy.
Cruz was on Capitol Hill Tuesday when he went off on Mark Hamill. The Jedi and the Texas guy have been feuding on Twitter about net neutrality. If ya missed the fireworks, Hamill slammed the FCC Chairman last week after net neutrality was repealed, but Cruz came to his defense and "smarm-splained" the situation ... which didn't sit well with Mr. Skywalker.
Ted clapped back, and tells us he simply countered the Jedi's insults with the full force ... of facts.
As for Cruz's review of 'The Last Jedi' ... sounds like we'll have to wait 'til after Christmas. Until then ... may the Twitter Wars continue.
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In large part thanks to his role in the critically-acclaimed HBO series Silicon Valley, Kumail Nanjiani has established himself as one of the funniest up-and-coming talents working in the industry. That fantastic sense of humor is very much present in his big screen breakout, Michael Showalter's The Big Sick, but far more significant is its sweetness and drama. Nanjiani co-wrote the script with his wife, Emily Gordon, basing it on their own romance, and it's a beautiful story built on a full ensemble of fantastic performances.
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The Fall of Harvey Weinstein
Perhaps the biggest story of the year, the repercussions of which are ongoing, is the floodgate of sexual misconduct allegations opened against super-producer Harvey Weinstein in the wake of a New York Times interview with Ashley Judd. Dozens of other women came forward with their own horror stories dating back decades, leading to Weinstein’s instant disgrace and dismissal from the Weinstein Company. And Weinstein, it turned out, was only the tip of an unpleasant iceberg, with copious allegations against other high profile Hollywood men following: Brett Ratner, Louis CK and Kevin Spacey among them. The effects of the #MeToo hashtag were seismic.
Christopher Plummer replaces Kevin Spacey in All The Money In The World
A knock-on effect of the above, director Ridley Scott took the extraordinary measure of scrambling to re-shoot every scene already completed with Kevin Spacey in his upcoming drama. Spacey’s entire performance as billionaire industrialist Jean P..
REX/ShutterstockOn the fifth year mark of the horrific mass shooting that left dead 20 children and six adult staffers at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., the tragedy is being recalled and its victims honored by Hollywood celebrities, politicians and many of the journalists and pundits who covered the massacre.
CNN’s Jake Tapper is tweeting remembrances of each and every victim, while stars like Michael Keaton and Reese Witherspoon are holding Washington to account.
Here’s a sample of today’s commemorations:
On the 5th anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting, it is inspiring to see Republicans taking action to get rid of Net Neutrality
— Kal Penn (@kalpenn) December 14, 2017
Today is the 5th anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Since then, 40 moments of silence in Congress and 0 commonsense gun bills signed into law. @stophandguns@sandyhook
— rosanne cash (@rosannecash) December 14, 2017
I carry them in my ❤️- the victims of #SandyHook, their families..
NIGHTMARE: Joonas Suotamo said it took more than 30 minutes to get off Chewbacca's outfitHunk Joonas Suotamo, 31, was thrilled to wear the iconic suit to play the Wookie warrior.
The outfit is so elaborate it was a nightmare when it came to toilet breaks and took him more than half an hour to have a tinkle.
The film’s costume designers were terrified Joonas would have an embarrassing accident and ruin it.
Joonas told the Daily Star Sunday: “The worst thing about being Chewbacca was that I needed to negotiate for time to go to the bathroom.
SPORTSPERSON: Before getting the role, Joonas was a basketball player in his native FinlandIt was pretty difficult. “It takes a lot of time and I didn’t want to hold up the shoot.
“So I had to calculate.
“Getting it off to go to the toilet was a half-hour process…depending on the stage of the make-up.
“If we were filming a close-up it would take too much time…even longer than 30 minutes.”
TAKE-OVER: Joonas took over..
Matt Damon said on Monday that men in Hollywood who aren’t sexual predators should be talked about more — comments that drew rebuke from celebrities just days after he was criticized for another statement about recent sexual misconduct allegations.
Damon told Business Insider, while promoting his new movie “Downsizing,” that there was a “whole s—tload of guys” who aren’t sexual predators that go unnoticed.
"We're in this watershed moment, and it's great, but I think one thing that's not being talked about is there are a whole s--tload of guys — the preponderance of men I've worked with — who don't do this kind of thing and whose lives aren't going to be affected," Damon told Business Insider.
Matt Damon was slammed for his recent comments about the sexual misconduct allegations in Hollywood. (Reuters)
He added, "If I have to sign a sexual-harassment thing, I don't care, I'll sign it. I would have signed it before. I don't ..
ANGRY: Star Wars superfans have spotted 16 errors in the latest film The Last JediEagle-eyed geeks bombarded movie mistake websites with a number of continuity and factual errors missed by production members in the new cinema sci-fi blockbuster.
Fans reported the goofs from the eighth instalment of the Star Wars saga starring Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley to moviemistakes.com and online film experts IMDB.
One superfan wrote: “In the opening sequence the bombers are going to throw bombs on enemy ship.
“Since they are in space this won’t work.
SUCCESS: The Last Jedi took £27.5m in the UK, and £336m worldwide on its opening weekend “Part of me would love a copy of the script for Star Wars: The Last Jedi for Christmas – and a red pen, so I could correct all the mistakes”
Star Wars superfan“Bombs don’t fall down in space. They would need some kind of fire device to fire them down.”
Another said: “When Kylo Ren fights Luke Skywalker, his hold on to the lightsaber switches..
These are not the 10 best films released in 2017 – this list is of my 10 favorites. I saw close to 150 films last year, so narrowing down my top 7% is not easy. There are a lot of great films that didn’t make the cut, and I could list off a paragraph of films as honorable mentions, but I feel like that would be of disservice to this list.
No, you won’t agree with my choices. Some of the films listed here don’t appear on top 10 lists from other critics or even other /Film writers. I haven’t seen my number one film on any lists at all. But that’s the point, right? My list is my subjective opinion! There would be no reason to read this list if it was just a reflection of your opinion. I hope that this list will make you reconsider some of these movies and I hope that it will make you seek out the films you haven’t seen.
Peter Sciretta’s Top 10 Movies of 2017
10. John Wick: Chapter 2John Wick: Chapter 2‘s action sequences might not be as hard-hitting or spectacularly executed as the origin..
Nick CannonDefends Chris BrownBlack Men Unfairly Targeted 1/1/2018 12:50 AM PST EXCLUSIVE
Nick Cannon thinks there's a double standard in Hollywood when it comes to actors with checkered pasts ... and it favors white guys over black guys.
Cannon quickly snapped back at our guy at LAX Wednesday when he asked Nick about all the hate over teaming up with Chris Brown for a new movie because of CB's history with domestic violence.
"What about Sean Penn?" Nick asked, "They ever hate on his past and the movies he did?"
For the record -- Penn's faced allegations for years that he abused Madonna while they were married in the '80s ... but Madonna claims Penn never struck her. Brown was convicted of felony assault for beating up Rihanna.
Still, Cannon says society wants to make black men look like monsters anytime they can. He also tells us his upcoming movie with Brown -- an indie flick called "She Ball" about a women's street basketball team -- is going to be a must-se..
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