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October 02, 2018

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New Deals2018Here's the list of all of the movies that I watched in the month of September. Be sure to click them to see my review, the trailers, posters, and credits for these splendid pictureshows. Hopefully, this will entice you to either see or skip these flicks. There's some good ones in there! Trust me.

Gangster Squad

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies

Big Trouble in Little China

Escape From New York

War on Everyone

Night of the Living Dead


Twin Dragons

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest

Train to Busan

Shakes the Clown

Batman: Gotham by Gaslight

Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero

JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time

Justice League Dark

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Michelle Obama, Kelly Clarkson set for NBC girls special

Former first lady Michelle Obama and singers Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson and Meghan Trainor are confirmed for a Today show special celebrating International Day of the Girl on Oct. 11.

Obama is expected to make an announcement related to global adolescent girls' education during a live, sit-down chat with Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb, NBC said in a press release Monday.

Clarkson, Hudson and Trainor are scheduled to perform during the event and Today contributor Jenna Bush Hager is slated to introduce a series of stories she is working on about girls' education around the world.

The hourlong program is to start at 8 a.m. ET.

Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly reunite in 'Holmes and Watson' trailer

Talladega Nights and Step Brothers stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly share the screen once again in the trailer for their latest comedy, Holmes and Watson. Watch it NOW at Celebrity Nooz!

The pair play 19th century London sleuths Sherlock Holmes and John Watson in the film, which is slated for theatrical release on Dec. 25.

Written and Directed by Etan Cohen, the movie co-stars Rebecca Hall, Rob Brydon, Kelly Macdonald and Ralph Fiennes.

Sony Pictures' 2 1/2-minute preview features Americans Ferrell and Reilly adopting British accents to play bumbling versions of the iconic detectives as they attempt to solve a mystery and save the life of Queen Victoria.

Holmes and Watson have recently been played by Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in the BBC series Sherlock and Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu in CBS' Elementary. Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law also portrayed the characters in two blockbuster movies.
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--Will Smith, before bungee jumping out of a helicopter over the Grand Canyon on his 50th birthday, on YouTube

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Which former host is returning to the 'The View' on Oct. 8?
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Asia Argento says she was sexually assaulted by Jimmy Bennett

Asia Argento, a former prominent leader of the #MeToo movement, has again denied allegations that she raped actor Jimmy Bennett, stating she was the one who was assaulted.

Argento gave a detailed interview Sunday to Italy's Non e l'Arena, days after Bennett's appearance on the show.

Bennett previously said in documents obtained by the New York Times, that Argento assaulted him when he was 17 when the pair met in Los Angeles in 2013. The documents also said Argento arranged to pay Bennett, who is now 22, $380,000.

Bennett was 7 years old when he starred in the 2004 film The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things with Argento, who played his mother. Argento, 43, also directed the project.

Argento denied Bennett's version of the incident on the program and said she was called by the actor to help him read lines from a script. "I did not know he was underage, I thought he was 18 because he had also told me this. It is not true that there was a chaperone," Argento said on Non e l'Arena, as translated by The Hollywood Reporter.

"I told him, 'OK, Jimmy, maybe we can do a movie together, I can find a part for you.' He lit up and we hugged at that moment. Then he began to kiss me and touch me in a way that was not that of a child with his mother, but that of a boy with crazy hormones," she said.

"He literally jumped on me; he put me sideways across the bed. He did what he had to do. He didn't use a condom. It lasted for 2 minutes. ... I was cold, unable to move. Shocked, I asked him afterwards why he had done this, and he told me that I had been his sexual fantasy since he was 12 years old," Argento said.

Argento has recently been feuding with fellow #MeToo movement leader Rose McGowan, after McGowan made a false statement about Argento's sexual assault allegations. McGowan apologized on Twitter on Thursday for getting some of the facts wrong. "Now go on, live your life and stop hurting other people, will you Rose" Argento said following the apology.

Argento on Saturday posted to her Instagram Story a photo of a new tattoo of a dagger she received on her foot. Argento tagged McGowan in the image alongside the words "Bye bye," Us Weekly reported.

A second photo included the phrase "Significato: vendetta consumata," which translates to "consumed revenge."

'Rocketman': Taron Egerton performs as Elton John in first teaser

Taron Egerton takes the as Elton John in the first teaser trailer for upcoming biopic Rocketman.

The clip, released Monday, chronicles John's legendary music career from his early beginnings to global stardom.

Egerton is seen performing the film's title track "Rocketman" on a piano as he begins to float in the air along with fans. The moment highlights how the biopic will combine fantasy elements with John's real-life story.

The teaser also features looks at John's lavish lifestyle and the ups and downs of his career, including a trip to the hospital.

"There are moments in a rock star's life that define who he is," Egerton says. "Where there was darkness, there is no you. And it's going to be a wild ride."

Rocketman, from director Dexter Fletcher, is set to arrive in theaters on May 31. Jamie Bell, Richard Madden and Bryce Dallas Howard also star.

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Which former host is returning to the 'The View' on Oct. 8?

Meghan McCain announced via Twitter Monday that she will return as a co-host of The View next week.

"I will be getting back on the horse @TheView Monday October 8th. Thank you all for your patience & understanding. "It's not about how hard you hit. It's about how hard can you get hit and keep moving forward," McCain tweeted. "(Thank you to Steve Benson & @azcentral for the pic.)"

The post included a cartoon drawing of the conservative commentator smiling and lacing up boxing gloves as she sits in the corner of a ring. It is captioned, "Into the arena."

McCain hasn't been on the show since her father -- Vietnam War hero, former presidential candidate and Sen. John McCain -- died in August after a battle with brain cancer. He was 81.

McCain made headlines when she gave an emotional eulogy at her dad's funeral, stating: "We gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness. The real thing, not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly. Nor the opportunistic appropriation of those who live lives of comfort and privilege while he suffered and served."

The other Season 22 co-hosts of The View are Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin and McCain's fellow, former Fox News contributor, Abby Huntsman.
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