October 19, 2017

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‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women‎’ Director on the Superhero’s Kinky Origin Story (Exclusive)

If you saw Wonder Woman this summer -- and the record-setting $800 million worldwide box office indicates a lot of people saw Wonder Woman this summer -- then you know the story of how Diana, Princess of Themyscira, became the superhero Wonder Woman, protector of mankind. How Wonder Woman ended up on the pages of comic books in the first place is a story unto itself however, told in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women: In 1941, Dr. William Moulton Marston (played by Luke Evans), his wife,...

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Pablo Schreiber and Lena Headey as You’ve Never Seen Them in ‘Thumper’ Poster & First Look Photos (Exclusive)

Pablo Schreiber has played morally questionable characters on American Gods and Orange Is the New Black, but you've never seen him quite like this. In Thumper, he plays a ruthless drug dealer who rules over a low income neighborhood and ET has the movie's official poster, with Schreiber front and center. "I'm really interested in the extremes of human behavior. Characters that behave in ways that I don't agree with or can't really get behind," he told ET of what drew him to the film. "The...

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Amy Acker and David Arquette Go on a Camping Trip From Hell in ‘Amanda & Jack Go Glamping’ Trailer (Exclusive)

There's not much in the way of glamour in Amanda & Jack Go Glamping, an upcoming rom-com in which David Arquette and The Gifted’s Amy Acker star as an unhappily married couple taking a much-needed vacation at a "camping" resort. As you can see in the movie’s trailer, exclusively debuting on ET, there are plenty of hipsters, llamas and one shirtless Adonis of a landowner (Adan Canto), though. "We are supposed to be saving our marriage," Acker’s Amanda laments to her downer husband at one point...

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Watch Tom Holland’s ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Audition Tape (Exclusive)

Being cast as Spider-Man is a once in a lifetime opportunity. But if you want to crunch some numbers on exactly how difficult it was for Tom Holland to land the part of Peter Parker, this exclusive featurette on the Spider-Man: Homecoming Blu-ray reveals 7,500 actors submitted audition tapes for the latest reboot of the character before the studios met with 200 of them. "It was a pretty daunting process. I went through a phase of just doing self tapes after self tapes after self tapes," Holland...

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‘The Babysitter’ or ‘Happy Death Day’: Which Horror Flick to Watch This Friday the 13th

Think of it as a Choose Your Own Adventure, but your only options are dying in a slasher or at the hands of a Satanic cult. All Hallows' Eve means ghouls and goblins, vampires and probably more Stranger Things kids this year, right? It’s also prime time for regulation hotties to try to survive a horror movie. And this Friday the 13th, you have two to choose from: The Babysitter and Happy Death Day, both out now. For the Netflix and chills crowd, there's The Babysitter, which landed on the...

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Anthony Bourdain on ‘Wasted!,’ the Politics of Food in the Trump Era and Twitter Trolls (EXCLUSIVE)

Anthony Bourdain is in New York for a few days following a recent trip to Newfoundland. Before that he was on a fishing trip off the coast of Italy, and before that he was watching fireworks in Sri Lanka, and before that he was in Lagos and skiing in the French Alps and, well, you get the picture. He’ll jet off for some distant location soon enough, but right now the celebrity chef is focused on the premiere of his new documentary, WASTED! The Story of Food Waste, which he executive produced...

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Ansel Elgort and Lily James Put Their Chemistry to the Test in ‘Baby Driver’ Bonus Feature (Exclusive)

Sure, Baby Driver has bank robbers and shootouts and plenty of car chases, but the action flick also revolves around a love story -- and that romance would not have worked if Baby (played by everyone’s favorite multihyphenate actor-singer-DJ, Ansel Elgort) and his diner waitress paramour, Debora (Lily James), didn't have electric chemistry. In this clip from the bonus materials on Baby Driver's home video release, debuting on ET, Elgort and James develop their characters and onscreen connection...

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‘Monogamish’ Director Reveals How ‘Total Crisis’ After Divorcing Olivia Wilde Inspired Documentary (Exclusive)

In 2003, 19-year-old Olivia Wilde married Italian royalty Tao Ruspoli in a secret ceremony aboard an old school bus. Eight years later, they divorced. Wilde later said she was "so grateful for the pain and the heartbreak" of the split, because it ultimately led to "the great love of [her] life." For Ruspoli, the end of his marriage inspired bigger questions that inspired his new film, Monogamish. "I'm writing to you today, because I'm in a state of total crisis. My wife has just left me after...

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‘The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson’ Is Necessary Netflix Viewing for Oft-Forgotten LGBT History

"If you were in New York -- in gay New York, in queer New York -- during her lifetime, you knew Marsha," documentarian David France says of his latest film's subject, Marsha P. Johnson. "She would call out your name or she would call out, "Hi, doll" and she was dispensing this kind of joy. Her joy was her form of resistance…When '69 happened and the mindset changed within the community and there was an agreement across the board to advocate for liberty, for freedom, nobody really knew what that...

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‘The Mountain Between Us’ Review: Idris Elba and Kate Winslet’s Survival Rom-Com

The overarching plotting of The Mountain Between Us feels like one of those "If you were trapped on a desert island and could bring only three things with you..." questions where the answers are (naturally): 1. Your phone. 2. Your dog. 3. Idris Elba. Except, here, the island is a remote, snow-covered mountainside, the phone has no reception and the dog belongs to the pilot, who had a stroke mid-flight and died. Idris Elba is still there though. Adapted from a novel by Charles Martin, the movie...

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