>Golden Globe winner Hamm was one of seven Sigma Nu brothers who tormented and humiliated Mark Allen Sanders when he was a young pledge at the University of Texas at Austin.
>The young man was hit so hard during the warped 1990 initiation that he suffered a fractured spine and nearly lost a kidney.
>He listed Hamm as one of his chief tormentors, recalling how the future star ordered him to recite a six-page list of phrases pledges are told to memorize called the 'bulls*** list'.
>When he forgot the last of Hamm's nicknames, which included MC Hammer and Young Bobby, he recalled how Hamm got "mad, I mean really mad'.
>Finally he was led upstairs to the 'party room' when Hamm hooked the claw of a hammer underneath his testicles and pulled him around the room 'for at least a minute'.
HAHAHAHAHAHA! IT is one of the most successful horror films OF ALL TIME! Stephen King haters on suicide watch!
>The $35 million Warner Bros./New Line Cinema release earned another $60m in its second weekend of release, which would A) still be the biggest September/October opening ever even if it was the opening weekend and B) would be above the $58m debut (in 2001) of Hannibal, the previous record for an R-rated horror opening. The picture dropped just 51% in its second frame, which is remarkable for a horror film with such huge numbers and a clear sign that the picture is becoming a zeitgeist-capturing event. In just ten days, the film has earned $218m in North America. In just a matter of days, it will pass the unadjusted gross of The Exorcist ($233m, including reissues) to become the biggest R-rated horror movie/scary movie in domestic box office history.
>I don’t know how far It will float in North America, although at this point a $300 million+ domestic total is all-but-certain. If it (optimistically) plays like Annabelle: Creation or The Conjuring from this point onward, it’ll end its run with $355-$360m domestic while a run like Annabelle gets it to $298m. If it gets past $306m, it will be above the adjusted gross of The Amityville Horror ($86m in 1979/$306m adjusted) to be the third-biggest R-rated horror movie ever behind only The Exorcist ($986m adjusted) and, if you count it, Fatal Attraction ($156m in 1987/$353m adjusted). So not only will it be the biggest R-rated unadjusted domestic (and worldwide, with $371m global thus far) grosser by a mile and change, it’ll be one of the very biggest in terms of tickets sold as well.
How will /tv/ ever recover?
Who was in the wrong here?
What does /tv/ think of this Lynchian kino with Lovecraftian undertones?
Should she fire her agent?
>cast JLaw to attract normies to your obscure arthouse oscarbait movie
>movie bombs harder than Nagasaki
I mean I hope they weren't surprised by this revelation.
>Do you have anything that you’re working on?
>LANDIS: I have many things that I’m working on, whether or not they’ll ever become real, I don’t know. You know, Joe Dante and myself and a few other guys I know are in the same position. They’re not hiring people who have opinions. They think, “He knows what he’s doing, I’m not hiring him!” Look at Star Wars. They keep firing guys. Phil Lord and Chris Miller, those guys are really talented. They’re really funny and original guys. They shot 75% of the movie and I gotta tell you, it doesn’t speak well for the new Lucasfilm. How many directors have they fired? Four. How many writers? Twelve.
>LANDIS: It’s very worrying. Remember when George Lucas said that he felt like he sold his kids into white slavery? Well…
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How does a woman with such disgusting features get into the movies as a sex symbol?
She's a fucking terrible actress lmao
Fun drinking game: watch Wonder Woman and take a shot every time she does that "serious" face, you know the one
you will die of alcohol poisoning in 30 minutes
What movie was better 8 mile or Straight out of?`
>tfw the Frasier forum is dead
Can we resurrect this kino website?
What happened to YouTube, /tv/?
In desperate need of sci fi shows. Seen pretty much everything but there may have been some gems i've missed.
Just give me your list of sci fi shows
You mean, the one wort seeing out a couple Star Treck and Battlestar Galattica?
> The Expanse (space opera, good rithms, even if full of stereotyped characters and cliches)
Anime that you might not know
That's all I can do. Bump for interest also
Why do we still call things "reddit" like it's an insult? Its 2017, I think it's time we moved on. Can any of you even define what being reddit is?
Amazing glimpse of Poland's history starting from 1939. Hope you like it.
Narrated by Sean Bean.