‘Blade Runner 2049’ Poised To Fly Around The World With Est. $100M Opening

More than 35 years after Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner wowed audiences and critics, its sequel Blade Runner 2049 finally arrives to the big screen this weekend.
Cult is the best way to describe the original Blade Runner. When the original title was released on June 25, 1982, it didn’t trigger shock waves at the box office, grossing close to $28M in its initial release off a budget with a similar amount. There were other tentpoles towering around Blade Runner in the summer…
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By | 2017-10-04T09:44:19+00:00 October 4th, 2017|Categories: Alcon, Blade Runner 2049, Breaking News, Ryan Gosling, Sony, Warner Bros|Tags: |

‘Blade Runner 2049’ Review: Gosling’s Cool, But Ford Owns Long-Awaited Sequel That Could Have Used A Little Editing

It is hard to believe it has been 35 years since Ridley Scott’s groundbreaking and, as it turned out, enormously influential 1982 noirish sci-fi landmark Blade Runner. That movie was only intended to be a one-off and not a franchise, but the world being as screwed up as it is, a revisit to this particular dystopian vision of our future is probably a good idea — even as we are still two years away from the events of the first film set in 2019.
Plot-wise, Blade Runner 2049
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‘SNL’ Sketches: Big Chickens, Gabby Fliplets & Another Close Encounter

A silly chicken routine, a Pizza Hut hoax and a spot-on rip in HGTV’s programming fabric made for a welcome-back set of Saturday Night Live sketches last night, as the show returned for its 43rd season.
With guest host Ryan Gosling game to go, last night’s roster of live skits kept apace, slipping only a bit towards the end with “Dive Bar,” a standard Kenan Thompson affair in which the longtime cast member plays a singer whose verbal onstage ramblings get too personal for…
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By | 2017-10-01T09:44:19+00:00 October 1st, 2017|Categories: Aidy Bryant, Breaking News, Comedy, Late Night TV, News, Ryan Gosling, Saturday Night Live, SNL|Tags: |

Ryan Gosling Goes La-La For Monologue & Freaks Over ‘Avatar’ Font – ‘SNL’ Highlights

Saturday Night Live made yet another fine casting choice last night, though it had nothing to do with political doppelgangers (though there was plenty of that too). Lorne Michael’s wisest move of the just-beginning season 43 was hiring the ever amenable Ryan Gosling as its first host. With Blade Runner 2049 about to drop, the heat-seeking Gosling was an obvious catch, and his ease on the SNL stage guided the cast-shaken series through any first-night jitters.
Ok, so maybe…
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By | 2017-10-01T08:44:05+00:00 October 1st, 2017|Categories: Breaking News, Comedy, Late Night TV, News, Papyrus, Ryan Gosling, Saturday Night Live, SNL, Wokes|Tags: |

‘SNL’: Alec Baldwin’s Trump Hangs Up On “So Nasty” San Juan Mayor

Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump kicked off Saturday Night Live by hanging up on the pleading mayor of San Juan. “That woman was so nasty,” said Baldwin, using one of Trump’s favorite insults. (See a short clip below).
SNL doesn’t seem to have lost any of its political snap as it starts it 43rd season with a sketch as current as today’s presidential tweets. With featured (and underutilized) player Melissa Villaseñor as Carmen Yulín Cruz, SNL‘s cold open had a polo-shirted…
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By | 2017-09-30T23:44:12+00:00 September 30th, 2017|Categories: Alec Baldwin, Breaking News, Comedy, Donald Trump, Late Night TV, News, Ryan Gosling, Saturday Night Live, SNL|Tags: |