In celebration of Christmas on Tuesday, Murphy’s eldest daughter Bria, 29, shared a family photo on Instagram, which featured the 57-year-old comedian looking happy while standing in the center of the group.
Murphy looked proud as he held his 2½-year-old daughter Izzy Oona, while his fiancée Paige Butcher cradled their 3-week-old son Max Charles, who was born Friday, Nov. 30.
The couple was surrounded by Murphy’s other children: oldest son Eric, 29 (whom he
Hollywood publicists have selected “Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu as recipient of the Motion Picture Showman of the Year Award.
He will be presented the award at the 56th Annual International Cinematographers Guild’s Publicists Awards for his unique contribution to the art of movies. The awards, which traditionally occur the week leading up to the Academy Awards, will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Feb. 22.
Steven Poster, national president of the Icg, said, “Jon M. Chu has made an extraordinary contribution to the art of filmmaking. His ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ adored by audiences throughout the world, is the first studio modern day film to feature an all-Asian cast in a quarter of a century.
The animated series "continues the storytelling of The Lion King and follows the adventures of Kion (Max Charles), the second-born cub of Simba and Nala (Rob Lowe and Gabrielle Union), and his diverse group of friends as they unite to protect the Pride Lands."
Among those headed from the Main Stem to the Pride Lands are Christopher Jackson and Heather Headley, who will perform a duet in reprising their respective roles as Makini the mandrill’s parents Fikiri and Kitendo from the original Lion King Broadway show. Also set are Michael Luwoye (Hamilton) as Askari, the original leader of the Lion Guard; J. Elaine Marcos (Gettin’ the Band Back Together) as Yuki, the matriarch of a snow monkey troop; and Kimiko Glenn (Waitress) as Chuluun, a cunning snow leopard. Renée Elise Goldsberry (Hamilton) also voices the recurring Lion Guard role of Dhahabum a golden zebra.
The Lion Guard continues the storytelling of The Lion King and follows the adventures of Kion (Max Charles), the second-born cub of
1980: General Hospital's Monica goaded Lesley into a slap.
1981: Guiding Light's Morgan and Kelly married at Laurel Falls.
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― Lord Byron
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1899: Actress and writer Bess Flynn was born. She was on the writing team of Irna Phillips' Painted Dreams, the first ever daytime soap opera in 1930. Both Flynn and Phillips played the role of Mother Moynihan. Flynn went on to wrote for three other soaps: We The Abbotts, Bachelor's Children and Martha Webster
Press Release: The Strain’s Fourth and Final Season and Complete Series Boxset Arrive on DVD December 12th
The Strain Season 4
In the final 10 episodes of this terrifying series from the visionary minds of Guillermo del Toro, Carlton Cuse and Chuck Hogan, nuclear winter envelopes the planet and a desperate, weakened humanity — existing only as slave labor for “The Partnership” — is controlled by the bloodthirsty strigoi. Meanwhile, the sinister “Master” grooms Eph’s (Corey Stoll) son Zack (Max Charles) to rule the post-apocalyptic dystopia. With nothing left to lose,
Continue reading: TV Review: The Strain: Season 4, Episode 9: The Traitor [FX]
As we near the end of a four-year odyssey there are layered dialogue scenes, moral questions on both sides about bearing the blame and slicing and dicing aplenty. As we watch ‘The Master’s final trump card being played, disciples being interrogated and megaton bombs being ferried around town like takeaway pizza The Strain steps up a notch.
Goodweather, Dutch, Fet, Quinlan, Gus and Roman have developed into a tightly bonded team. Interlopers, fraudsters and the enemy are quickly sniffed out, dispatched or questioned to gain more information. High points in ‘The Traitor’ focus primarily on dialogue scenes between Goodweather and Zak, Fet and Dutch as well as Desai and everyone else. Penry-Jones continues bringing a disconnected mercenary disposition to proceedings, which underpin any emotional moments or fantastical events. Jonathan Hyde perpetually overlooked incarnation of ‘The Master’ is understated, regally
Continue reading: The Strain: Season 4, Episode 7: Ouroboros: TV Show Trailer [FX]
Continue reading: TV Review: The Strain: Season 4, Episode 6: Tainted Love [FX]
Lovelorn, love lost, love squandered and relationships shattered define episode six of this final season mid-point. Cat and mouse car chases across country with trigger happy snipers on guard, stand between salvation and disaster in the shape of an airfield exit. Throw in some jealousy, miscommunication and flashbacks to flesh out further backstory and The Strain continues gaining momentum.
Quinlan holds court once more either in the present or past as his latter-day London life continues to intrigue. Heartbreak, anger, desperation and confrontation go some way to describing those segues into the past, which all colour that decision-making in the present. Fet meanwhile clings to Charlotte as their relationship takes on another dimension irrespective of Quinlan’s opinion. Penry-Jones brings a calculating and cold self-control to the character whilst proving that the choices he makes are borne of experience not warrior instinct.
Continue reading: The Strain: Season 4, Episode 4: New Horizons: TV Show Trailer [FX]
Continue reading: The Strain: Season 4, Episode 2: The Blood Tax: TV Show Trailer [FX]
According to multiple sources, including EW, The Strain Season 4 Comi-Con panel will take place on Thursday, June 20th from 3:45pm–4:45pm in Ballroom 20. New footage will be featured at the event, along with showrunner Carlton Cuse, executive producer Chuck Hogan (who also co-wrote the novels upon which the series is based), and cast members Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Kevin Durand, Ruta Gedmintas, Miguel Gomez, Richard Sammel, and Max Charles. The Strain
Taking place right after The Strain panel will be the Legion panel, featuring showrunner Noah Hawley, executive producers John Cameron, Lauren Shuler Donner, and Jeph Loeb, along with cast members Dan Stevens, Rachel Keller, Aubrey Plaza, Jean Smart, Bill Irwin,
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