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When one of the biggest laughs in your movie revolves around the supposed hilarity of Zac Efron fondling a dead man’s scrotum, it’s probably a good move to check your outrage over its critical reception. HustleTV

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If you’ve somehow been able to remain ignorant to its relentless marketing campaign (seriously, how?), “Baywatch” hits theaters Friday and critics are already savaging the movie with a 19 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes. Some have compared watching the reboot to sitting in a wet bathing suit for a prolonged period, while others have conceded it’s stupidly entertaining at best.

The movie’s star, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, however, is on a one man social media mission to convince the world that “Baywatch” isn’t as bad as everyone’s saying it is. Cue the actor launching into an almost Trumpian tweetstorm on Thursday about how out of touch the media is with what the the public wants.  The Rock posts

“Yay positive upticks,” he tweeted. “Fans LOVE the movie. Critics HATE it. What a glaring disconnect. People just want to laugh & have fun.” DJ Hustle

Next he spent time praising some fans and critics who actually liked the movie with some choice retweets and knocks at those who laughed in the theater, but trash the film publicly.

And to finish off, Johnson took one more jab at the “Baywatch” naysayers, reminding everyone once again of just how differently the fans and the media feel about the movie.

“Oh boy, critics had their venom & knives ready,” he wrote. “Fans LOVE the movie. Huge positive scores. Big disconnect w/ critics & people.”

Considering the way things are headed, “Baywatch” will likely get a sequel and Johnson will make the White House home within the decade, so maybe we should submit and take a bite of what The Rock is cooking.

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Blade Runner 2049 Trailer

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Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Jared Leto, more make appearances in the sequel to Ridley Scott’s cult film

Blade Runner 2049 is the sequel to Ridley Scott’s cult 1982 neo-noir film Blade Runner, featuring returning star Harrison Ford in his role as Rick Deckard alongside Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Jared Leto, and more. Now, a new trailer for the film has been revealed, giving fans a closer look at the dystopian, cyber-punk settings that were made famous in the original movie. Check it out below; the film is out October 6. The original Blade Runner featured an iconic score by Vangelis; last year, it was revealed that Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson had been tapped to soundtrack Blade Runner 2049. Jóhannsson and director Denis Villeneuve have worked together in the past. HustleTV 

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Blade Runner (1982) Official Trailer – Ridley Scott, Harrison Ford Movie

In the futuristic year of 2019, Los Angeles has become a dark and depressing metropolis, filled with urban decay. Rick Deckard, an ex-cop, is a “Blade Runner”. Blade runners are people assigned to assassinate “replicants”. The replicants are androids that look like real human beings. When four replicants commit a bloody mutiny on the Off World colony, Deckard is called out of retirement to track down the androids. As he tracks the replicants, eliminating them one by one, he soon comes across another replicant, Rachel, who evokes human emotion, despite the fact that she’s a replicant herself. As Deckard closes in on the leader of the replicant group, his true hatred toward artificial intelligence makes him question his own identity in this future world, including what’s human and what’s not human. HustleTV 

Ridley Scott was born in South Shields, Tyne and Wear (then County Durham) on 30 November 1937. His father was an officer in the Royal Engineers and the family followed him as his career posted him throughout the UK and Europe before they eventually returned to Teesside. HustleTV 

 

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Dear White People Is Even Better Than The Movie Say’s Netflix’s

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“Dear White People”

Lushy Lush Interviews the cast of Dear White People. “Dear White Individuals” was met with basic recognition when it hit theaters in 2014. Executive and author Justin Simien’s parody, which took after a gathering of dark understudies at a dominatingly white Ivy Class college, dismisses the idea that we live in a post-racial society.HustleTV 

After three years, the possibility of a post-racial society isn’t one that should be refuted. We’ve gotten the message — through the unending agitate of online networking, our 24-hour news cycle and the endeavors of activists approaching an era to wake up (or in more present speech, “stay woke”).

Enter “Dear White Individuals,” the 10-scene Netflix arrangement, which starts spilling Friday and lifts its source material into a profoundly piercing investigation of where we are presently. Like its ancestor, which initially touched base as an idea trailer in 2012, the arrangement is an opportune and clever sendup. Simien adjusted it for TV and is the author executive behind a few scenes. In any case, he taps a few different executives — including “Moonlight’s” Barry Jenkins — to rudder portions, all of which highlight characters unpretentiously breaking the fourth divider, for the most part with pointed gazes.

The show’s tag­line, “Wagered you contemplate you,” is a concise gesture to any individual who (still!) thinks the provocative title is supremacist. (In case you’re in that camp, it’s protected to state this isn’t the show for you.)

“Dear White Individuals” comes back to anecdotal Winchester College, where a blackface-themed party facilitated by the white editors of the grounds funniness magazine, Pastiche, has sent long-stewing racial strains higher than ever. Sam (Logan Sautéing), a film real who has the prominent yet disputable “Dear White Individuals” radio show takes to the wireless transmissions to address her kindred understudies. HustleTV 

Marque Richardson plays Reggie in “Dear White Individuals.” (Adam Rose/Netflix)

“Dear white individuals,” she says, hatefully. “Here’s a rundown of satisfactory Halloween ensembles: a privateer, scandalous medical attendant, any of our initial 43 presidents. Top of the rundown of inadmissible ensembles? Me.”

The gathering was the tipping point in the film, however in the arrangement, it’s just the start. The motion picture (which isn’t an essential for review the show) was told to a great extent from Sam’s point of view. However, the arrangement keenly extends its concentration to take after the result of the gathering — and the occasions that prompted it — through the eyes of five other Winchester understudies, with Giancarlo Esposito ringing in discontinuously as our contemptuous storyteller.HustleTV 

Simien’s all around paced adjustment adds profundity to his characters and the ways their stories cross. There’s Lionel (DeRon Horton), a timid, geeky sophomore who not really furtively pines for the affections of his straight, playboy flat mate Troy (Brandon Ringer, repeating his part from the film). Troy battles to experience the desires of his requesting father, a Winchester senior member, who doesn’t concur with Sam’s approach of getting out the white benefit of her cohorts. “Her talk makes this grounds resemble a powderkeg of racial turmoil — like a state school,” he says. Coco (Antoinette Robertson), a determined, trying attorney likewise can’t help contradicting Sam’s candid conveyance. Their disparities — and the backstory behind them — are preferable clarified in the arrangement over the film and offer a counterpoint to Sam’s faith in battling the framework. HustleTV 

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Sam turns into the focal point of talk when an Instagram post uncovers that she’s been connecting with Gabe (John Patrick Amedori), a white graduate understudy. Her BFF Joelle (Ashley Blaine Featherson) is clashed about the interracial relationship in spite of the way that Sam is half white.

Featherson, a Washington local who had a minor part in the film rendition, is a scene-stealer. At the point when Sam reminds Joelle that she’s biracial, Joelle shoots back: “Better believe it, yet you’re not Rashida Jones biracial, you’re Tracee Ellis Ross biracial. Individuals consider you dark!” HustleTV 

Sam’s mystery relationship likewise causes issues with Reggie (Marque Richardson), who shares her propensity for activism and really likes her since their first year. Richardson played Reggie in the film, however he gets more screen time here and the show is better for it. At a certain point, Reggie gets into a battle with one of his white companions who coolly drops the n-word while chiming in to a melody at a gathering. The encounter heightens rapidly and Reggie faces an unnerving circumstance that goes a long ways past microaggressions and social apportionment.

The scene represents one of the show’s heavier minutes. In any case, “Dear White Individuals” is so very much punctuated with silliness that, for watchers, a revolting cry can undoubtedly transform into a gut chuckle. One repeating joke spins around “Maligning,” a not at all subtle “Embarrassment” parody that dark Winchester understudies assemble to watch on a week by week premise.

Simien’s film corresponded with various crusades by dark understudies at transcendently white colleges. Through gatherings, for example, I, As well, Am Harvard and Being Dark at Georgetown, dark understudies shared stories of different schoolmates blaming them for being inadequate for affirmation or being made a request to show ID while strolling to class. HustleTV 

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Moana Star, Auli’i Cravalho, On The Film’s Universal Message & Discovering Postmates

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HustleTV Music News  Sixteen-year-old Auli’i Cravalho made her Hot 100 debut for “How Far I’ll Go,” the anthemic and inspiring song from Disney’s Moana, which was written by Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda. The song, which peaked at No. 41, has continued to hold its ground on the Hot 100 for 16 weeks.

Since the film premiered in November, Cravalho has left her her home of Hawaii in support of the film; she has since performed at the Oscars and is now filming a pilot for an upcoming NBC showDrama High. The teen spoke with Billboard about Moana​’s universality, how her friends are reacting to her success and more.

 

Why do you think this song has continued to resonate long after Moana left theaters?

Moana has connected with so many individuals through its characters and message, and the music is no different. The song comes from a place of “what if.” We all have that drive, that quiet voice inside telling you to go for it. It’s a universal message that everyone can relate to.

How does it feel to be so young and so well-known?

It is so interesting. I’m very young, and already have a lot of Instagram followers. I now have an audience that I’m so honored I get to speak to, to encourage and to share in this amazing journey that I’m on.

How have your friends reacted to your success so far?

My best friend Lauren, I think her screams have gotten softer and softer. She said to me, “Eventually I’ll stop screaming for you and we can have a normal conversation when you tell me exciting things that are happening to you.” But when she found out I was Moana, the screams were off-the-charts. She’s so excited for me, but slowly I think she’s starting to save her vocal chords, which is good for her, as well as for me.

You’ve been traveling a lot in support of “How Far I’ll Go.” What’s something that has surprised you about a new city?

The differences in the people, cultures and foods. My stomach has not been able to keep up with all the different foods I’ve been trying in New York. And I just learned about Postmates — people will deliver food right to you! That was the No. 1 thing for me. New York is doing it right.

What do you miss most about your native Hawaii?

Aside from my friends and family, my cat. I have been away from her for a month-and-a-half, and I’m wondering if she’ll remember me. Her name is Chin Chin, because she has a double chin. What if she lost weight? Will I need to rename her?

What is the best advice you’ve gotten about how to stay grounded in this industry?

I’m so grateful for every single experience, however, they happen so quickly, one after another. I think to really stay humbled and grounded, what I’ve learned from my mom and others, is to not forget these experiences. I’ve tried to start journaling, because I want these memories to last a lifetime. HustleTV

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HustleTV Movie News Spider-Man: Homecoming producer Amy Pascal has explained that Peter Parker may not be hanging around in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for all that long.

It was something of a landmark deal when Sony and Marvel partnered to allow Spider-Man (the rights for which lie with Sony) to appear in MCU films. That deal seems to have an end date, however. Speaking at the CinemaCon theater-owners event this week in Las Vegas, the former Sony chief explained: HustleTV

“One of the things that I think is so amazing about this experience is that you don’t have studios deciding to work together to make a film very often. In fact it may never happen again, after we do the sequel [to Spider-Man: HustleTV

 

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Alien Covenant – Trailer #2 (2017) SUBTITULADO CC

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Ridley Scott returns to the universe he created, with ALIEN: COVENANT, a new chapter in his groundbreaking ALIEN franchise. The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape.

In Theaters – May 19, 2017

Cast: Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Demián Bichir, Carmen Ejogo, Amy Seimetz, Jussie Smollett, Callie Hernandez, Nathaniel Dean, Alexander England, Benjamin Rigby

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Tupac Biopic ‘All Eyez on Me’ Lands at Lionsgate, Confirms Release Date

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All Eyez on Me, the long-gestating biopic of rapper Tupac Shakur, is finally on its way to theaters.

Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment has acquired the U.S. rights to the Morgan Creek Entertainment film that follows the life of the iconic ’90s rapper, and has set it for release June 16 — the day that would have marked Shakur’s 46th birthday.

The film chronicles his rise to superstardom as a hip-hop artist, actor, poet and activist, as well as his imprisonment and controversial time at Death Row Records. Shakur sold more than 75 million records worldwide, with his fourth studio album, 1996’s All Eyez on Me, selling more than 10 million copies. Shakur, who was killed in Las Vegas at the age of 25, will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 7 this year.

Benny Boom directed the film, which stars newcomer Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Shakur. Danai Gurira, Kat Graham, Dominic Santana, Jamal Woolard, Keith Robinson, Lauren Cohan and Hill Harper also star. The film is produced by Morgan Creek’s James G. Robinson and David Robinson, along with Program Pictures’ LT Hutton.

All Eyes on Me started out on its long journey back in 2011 when Morgan Creek teamed with Emmett/Furla/Oasis to make the film, and hired Antoine Fuqua to direct. Fuqua eventually left the project, and John Singleton signed on. He also later left, and eventually Boom, who has directed a slew of music videos for hip-hop stars, signed on.

In October 2015, the film faced another hurdle when Emmett/Furla/Oasis filed a lawsuit $10-million lawsuit against Morgan Creek, saying the company breached its agreement by selecting a lead actor and setting a budget and production schedule without Emmett/Furla/Oasis’ approval (the case is ongoing and has been paused pending an appeal of a decision). Open Road was previously signed on to distribute the film.