‘Bad Moms’ Sleeps Its Way To The Top Of The B.O.; Becomes STX’s First $100M Domestic Hit — Deadline

STX Entertainment can claim its first $100M hit with the R-rated raunchy female comedy Bad Moms, which is clicking past the century mark today in the middle of its sixth weekend. The film from The Hangover writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore started at 3,215 theaters on July 29 and debuted to $23.8M in third place, counter-programming Jason…

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We become the people in ‘WALL-E’ one VR massage chair at a time — TechCrunch

Little by little, next thing you know you’re sitting in a massage chair, wearing an Oculus Rift, acting like you’re not in the middle of a crowded German trade show floor. You can let yourself go for a few seconds at a time, and for a few seconds at a time, it kind of starts…

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Netflix: LONGMIRE SEASON 5

Returning September 23, Longmire returns for it’s 5th season with Ten all-new episodes.

LongmireSeason 5 of Longmire picks up after the dramatic cliffhanger of season 4, where Walt Longmire (series star, Robert Taylor) and his girlfriend Dr. Donna Sue Monaghan (Ally Walker) are shot by an armed intruder in Walt’s house. Laying in a hospital bed attempting to make sense of the attack, their fate and relationship both seem uncertain. However, one thing is clear: Walt Longmire is being hunted.  Meanwhile, Cady (Cassidy Freeman) is forced to come to terms with her deal with Jacob Nighthorse (A. Martinez), the ultimate betrayal for her father. Vic (Katee Sackoff) determines a new level of independence for herself and Ferg (Adam Bartley) begins a new relationship where deception lurks beneath the surface. Season 5 finds Henry (Lou Diamond Phillips) at the cross hairs of two warring parties and his allegiance to one could have deadly consequences.

Longmire, the contemporary crime thriller set in Big Sky country, is based on the Walt Longmire mystery novels by best-selling author Craig Johnson. The series stars Australian actor Robert Taylor (The Matrix) as Walt Longmire, the charismatic, dedicated and unflappable sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming, along with Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica, Riddick), Lou Diamond Phillips (Southland, La Bamba), A. Martinez (General Hospital), Cassidy Freeman (Smallville) and Adam Bartley (Justified). Season 5 introduces guest star Dylan Walsh (Scrubs)

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TRUE MEMOIRS OF AN INTERNATIONAL ASSASSIN

The action comedy stars Kevin James as Sam Larson, a mild-mannered would-be author who gets mistaken for a killer-for-hire when his fictional novel about an international assassin is published as a true story.  When the book is a huge success, he is suddenly kidnapped, taken out of the country, and forced into an assassination plot.

 

Andy Garcia (Kill the Messenger) , Zulay Henao (Meet the Blacks), Maurice Compte (Narcos), Andrew Howard (Taken 3), Rob Riggle (22 Jump Street), Kelen Coleman (The McCarthy’s), Leonard Earl Howze (Memphis Beat), Yul Vasquez (The Lottery) and Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy) also star in the film.

Todd Garner, Mark Fasano, Raja Collins and Justin Begnaud serve as Producers.  The script was written by Jeff Morris and Jeff Wadlow.  Kevin Frakes, Ankur Rungta and Guy Riedel serve as Executive Producers.

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Netflix: ARQ Trailer

Netflix released a trailer and art work for the upcoming ARQ original movie premiering on Friday, September 16th worldwide on Netflix.

ARQIn a future where corporations battle against sovereign nations over the last of the world’s energy supplies, young engineer Renton and Hannah find themselves attempting to save an experimental energy technology that could end the wars. The catch is, the technology has created a time loop that causes them to relive a deadly home invasion over and over again. They must figure out how to stop the time loop and come out of it alive.

ARQ, starring Robbie Amell (The Flash) and Rachael Taylor (Jessica Jones) is a Netflix original film set in a dystopian society, written and directed by Tony Elliott (Orphan Black). The film is an official selection of the 2016 Toronto Film Festival.

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