The Love Actually mini-sequel for Red Nose Day finally aired on Friday, and while we don't want to spoil anything for you… we couldn't NOT post this amazing moment!
As you might remember in the original, Hugh Grant, the most adorable Prime Minister of all time, releases his stress by having a dance around 10 Downing Street to Jump For My Love by The Pointer Sisters.
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Well, how could they let a sequel go without recreating the iconic moment??
Only, this time it's Drake's Hotline Bling — and Hugh isn't quite so spritely as he once was…
Ch-ch-check out the amazing clip (below)!
We thought we were past Star Wars blowing our minds.
But apparently the Han Solo, um, solo movie is going to reveal things we never knew about the smuggler/rebel hero made famous by Harrison Ford!
During a talk at USC, Disney CEO Bob Iger was begged by his journalist wife Willow Bay for a scoop on the space opera franchise's future.
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Even though he wouldn't reveal ANY new deets about this December's The Last Jedi, not even to the Mrs., he did answer one big question about Carrie Fisher's performance as Princess Leia, which had reportedly been completed before her tragic death.
Amy Schumer has officially bounced from living in Barbie's world!
On Thursday, the Trainwreck star revealed that she'll no longer be playing Barbie in the highly anticipated live-action flick. After all that drama, and we don't even get to see Amy in Barbie-land? So sad.
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The Inside Amy Schumer creator explained:
"Sadly, I'm no longer able to commit to Barbie due to scheduling conflicts. The film has so much promise, and Sony and Mattel have been great partners. I'm bummed, but look forward to seeing Barbie on the big screen."
Bummer. Thankfully, there's no hard feelings with the studio as a spokesperson for Sony noted in their own statement:
Emma Thompson dropped a bombshell about Donald Trump on Thursday, and she didn't even seem to realize it.
On the talk show Skavlan, the Beauty and the Beast actress told a story about how Trump had called her in her trailer while she was filming Primary Colors — more on that later — and offered her more "comfortable" accommodations.
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When Emma had failed to grasp the thrust of the future president's offer, she says he got more straightforward:
"'Well, you know, I think we would get on very well. Maybe we could have dinner sometime.' I didn't know what to do with myself!"
Obviously, she did — she's a woman of culture and taste, so she said NO.
And that was the end of the story, as far as Emma was concerned. You can watch the delightful star tell it all (below).
Brett Ratner is no stranger to poorly reviewed films.
Critics haven't always been kind to the director and producing mogul over the years, who's helmed films that were met with tepid reception, like X-Men: The Last Stand and The Family Man.
While the Hollywood veteran has plenty of respect for all the pretentious film critics out there, he made it clear that mass-scale movie review aggregators are ruining Hollywood.
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Specifically, the Rush Hour filmmaker named review aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes as the "destruction" of the movie biz!
Speaking at the Sun Valley Film Festival last weekend, the 47-year-old said reducing hundreds of reviews from print and online sources into a bite-sized aggregate score has become a poisonous and even inaccurate method.
There are a lot of April showers in the forecast, but it isn't rain. No, those droplets are actually the tears of millions of Joss Whedon fans.
Why? They just found out they have to dust off their old foldout DVD sets whenever they want to watch their favorite episodes of Buffy The Vampire Slayer — the entire series is leaving Netflix on April 1!
QUIZ: So You Think You Know Buffy???
Oh, did we say Buffy? We also meant Angel, Firefly, and Dollhouse! Oh, and fans of '90s sci-fi can't even cry on the shoulder of Fox Mulder because X-Files is leaving too!
Sadly no, this is not an April Fools joke. Anyone want to grab some Surge cola and 3D Doritos for a '90s marathon??
Here's everything that's leaving in April: