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Mon, 06/20/2011 - 10:26am
The Oscars finally have a host: Jimmy Kimmel will emcee the 89th Academy Awards. Kimmel will be hosting the show for the first time, the Academy of Motion Pictures said Monday. In September, he hosted the Emmy Awards for the second time. The selection of Kimmel gives ABC, home of the Oscars telecast, the choice the network had sought.
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Jimmy Kimmel has been selected as host of the 2017 Academy Awards, according to reports. His selection comes just four months after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences renewed its contract with ABC to air the ceremony through 2028. (ABC has been the exclusive home of the Oscars since
Offensive horror comedy Bunny The Killer Thing comes to DVD/Blu-ray in an X rated edition Our friends and Canadian-based, internationally focused distribution machine Raven Banner have the most perverse treat for horror fans looking for something ludicrous this holiday season. Director Joona Makkonen’s unapologetically un-PC contemporary Finnish trash gem Bunny the Killer Thing has hit the streets across Canada via Raven Banner in all its collectible glory in a hand-numbered,3-disc limited edition release of 1000 units.
Fast 8 teaser coming December 11, new video goes behind the scenes Universal Pictures has released a new video recapping the Fast and Furious franchise and offering a first look at some behind-the-scenes footage from the upcoming Fast 8. In addition, they’ve revealed the cast for the film will be on hand for a live trailer debut event on December 11 which will be streamed on Facebook!
Jude Law is dangerous in new The Young Pope trailer HBO has released a new The Young Pope trailer for the ten-episode limited drama series, which you can check out below! The first part is scheduled to debut Sunday, January 15 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT), and the second part the next night, Monday, January 16 (9:00-10:00 p.m.