In true Deadpool style Ryan Reynolds just shared the highly-anticipated first official reveal of DEADPOOL, aka "The Merc with a Mouth". If fans were worried about the character in the hands of Ryan Reynolds or director Tim Miller, little nuggets like the one here are likely to do much to ease those worries.

For the beginning they've shown an understanding and devotion to Deadpool that was right out ignored during his appearance in the horrid X-Men Origins: Wolverine. The leaked trailer should have fostered a whole lot of good will. It was probably the first time that fans had a real hope that they would see a Deadpool movie worthy of the character.

Check out the Reveal on Ryan Reynolds’ Twitter Page HERE: https://twitter.com/VancityReynolds/status/581485601674792960

DEADPOOL hits theaters everywhere on February 12, 2016!

Release: February 12, 2016
Director: Tim Miller
Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, Gina Carano
Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, DEADPOOL tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

DEADPOOL Official Socials

Sam Taylor-Johnson is out of Fifty Shades Darker

Looks like Fifty Shades Darker isn't going to make that Valentines Day 2016 date that many hoped it would. Rumors have been swirling since the first picture Fifty Shades of Grey  was released that there would be people not returning to the sequel, from screen writer Kelly Marcel who originally adapted the novel (she won't be returning) to leading man Mr. Christian Grey himself, Jamie Dornan (he will be returning).

One additional non returner that has been speculated since the beginning was that director Sam Taylor-Johnson would not be returning, and now Variety confirms it. Taylor-Johnson has been vocal about the toxic relationship that she and author E.L. James had during the filming of Fifty Shades of Grey.

And with Marcel not returning, E.L. James is reportedly interested in adapting the second novel herself.

Universal has not announced a replacement screen writer, or director at this time. Filming is not expected to start until early next year, 2016. No release date has been given for Fifty Shades Darker.

iZombie S01E02 Recap: Brother, Can You Spare A Brain?

Liv Moore kinda died, and now she helps solve murders. Liv thought she was the only zombie, but another haunts her dreams.

Lola comes to tell Javier that he missed a great dinner, to find that he has a really good reason for missing it, he's dead.

Ravi looks over a body to see the cause of death. Javier was a well known painter before his death. As Ravi talks about his love of the murdered paintings, his love of blue and asses. He tells Clive that he likely died instantly, but he'll need to investigate further at morgue. Clive cuts straight to the chase to see if Liv's spidey senses are tingling, they aren't. He thinks its the wife, the one sobbing in the corner, either way he wants to wrap this thing up quickly. He knows its usually the spouse. Ravi sends Clive away as he removes the paintbrush. Back at the morgue, Liv satisfies her munchies and works to solve the crime.

Major brings a big box of Liv's stuff, as an excuse to come over. After 6 months he figured she'd be missing her face sander, and huge pore mirror. He pulls a shirt that says left my heart in San Francisco, and jokingly suggests a road trip to retrieve it. Liv keeps Major at a distance as he tells her that he wasn't sure if she had an emotional attachment to anything in the box. As he pulls out an old text book, you can tell that the guy is really digging deep to work being close to Liv. Liv's roommate interrupts complaining of a stolen parking space, before she realizes that she's interrupting. Major takes his leave, but not before offering her her choice of engagement gifts, except the panini press which he's already broke. Major cute points for Major. Peyton wants the juicer, and Liv can't believe that she asked for the engagement juicer. Peyton realizes that Liv registered for a espresso maker too, and she can't believe that Liv thinks that her asking for small appliances is going to change the fact that Liv broke his heart. Liv thinks that he shouldn't come by anymore, when Peyton asks why, Liv doesn't have an answer.

Liv can't sleep when she see the zombie that's been haunting her, but its only a bad dream.

Liv searches every social media item she can think of to find the zombie that has been haunting her dreams, but she's come up with nothing. Ravi throws her a magazine for distraction, that promises hot sex tips. Liv isn't going to be deploying them any time soon for fear of turning Major into a member of the undead. It's why she doesn't want Major doing drop bys, it hurts too much. Liv gets a flash of memory. Javier was having a steamy affair.

Liv goes to Clive with her “vision.” She didn't get enough to identify the girl, only that someone interrupted them and they were at the loft. They were on top of it. Liv describes the scene giving Clive Fifty Shades of psychic with no vital details. Clive thinks that Javier's wife was the one who caught him, which makes her the prime suspect as he thought. Clive invites Liv along, hoping she'll get a vision that's less skinemax.

Clive and Liv go to see Lola. She's less hysterical, and she's with Javier's Sugar Flower with the buttery skin. Lola introduces them to her favorite of Javier's lovers: Tasha.

Lola explains that she and Artie would go out to eat all the time without Javier if he was caught up painting. He was at the mercy of his work, and she of her husband's process. Liv makes eyes at the delectable Tasha. Javier's tastes and libido seem to be rubbing off on her. Clive asks if the other women were part of Javier's process. Lola laughs. Javier was not a one woman man, and she was not bitter in the least about it. Tasha gushes that he had a way of revealing a person to themselves. Liv finds her words beautiful, she's definitely flirting, and she can't help it. Lola tells them that Javier knew about her dalliances, and she knew of his. Clive asks if it bothered her that Javier's works of art were other women nude. Lola thinks that he's dismissing their love, and the bigger picture. Monogamy wasn't for them, and they were more than happy about it. Liv's flirting is throwing Clive off his game.

Liv doesn't understand why her saying she didn't care about the affairs were incriminating. Clive points out that she was a little distracted, plus its always the spouse. Clive gets a text from Ravi. The angle of the paintbrush struck puts the killer at about 6'2, way taller than Lola, making her not the killer. Liv asks that he finds a pair of foot high stilettos in Lola's closet that he find out where she got them though.

Liv heads back to the morgue. Ravi has brought in the police sketch artist. Ravi ran into him, and remembered that she was looking for a certain blonde male. The sketch artist is totally willing to help, thinking that he's helping her find a missing connection. Liv gives the description of the guy, but her descriptions seem to be very broad, but somehow sensual. She goes back to the nose, talking about its foundation. She takes the pencil from the guy, to help him along, and he gets a bit testy, snatching it back. Ravi watches the exchange with glee. The artists is done with them, and runs off, ripping the paper from his bad as he runs off. Looks like Liv picked up another skill from Javier.

Clive questions Lola's companion the night that Javier died. He points out that 3 ½ hours is a long time for dinner. The art dealer tells him it really isn't, they spent most of the time waiting for Javier to show up. And he and Lola weren't hitting the sheets, Lola was completely devoted to Javier. Clive tells her that she had mentioned having dalliances outside of the marriage. He gets a little testy. Seems like thats a first that he's heard of it. He was less than happy that Lola was utterly faithful while Javier slept with every model he could get his hands on. Javier was a brilliant artist, but a horrible husband. Clive asks for his height. He suggests that he look at one of the models' gilted boyfriends, but answers that he's 6'2.

Liv marvels over her new skill. In grade school she could barely trace her hand for a turkey. When she finishes, Ravi will send it around to see if they can get a hit on the guy's identity.

Liv looks over the drab art in her apartment, wondering why they have it. It had the same blue as the pillows on the couch. Peyton wonders when she became an art critic, pointing out the only time they ever went to a museum was when it was raining in Paris. In the six months since she's started eating brains, she's gotten some odd traits from them, but she's never wanted to create something beautiful. Javier's brains make her want to do that, to possess beauty. Liv gets paint supplies, and starts on her own masterpiece. Now when she walks into a room she sees everything.

Back at work, she puts on her coat to get to work, when the body on the table rises. It's her mystery blonde. He heard she was looking for him. He makes sure that they're on the same page, that her skin and hair being the color of chalk isn't a fashion choice. It isn't. He loves her work, and he's making it his new profile picture. He gets to the point. She wanted to meet him. She had a vision of him chasing a man through an alley to rip open his skull. He was killed in a DUI accident, and she ate his brain. She thought she was the only one before then. He admits that he thought he was the only one until just a few seconds ago. He likes the idea of getting brains on the job, and she wonders how he gets his. He gets his the hard way, grave robbery. He admits that he should have gone into medicine, and the guy that he ate tried to mug him so he raged out. He tries to nail down the proper term. Liv calls it zombie mode, but he points out that they're always in that mode. Liv clarifies that its full on zombie mode. He asks if raging out at all appealing. When she doesn't seem interested he goes on. Mugging, raging, sirens, and he just wanted a bite, which is really gross. They both hate the consistency, and the taste. She misses food so much, as does he. Ravi marvels over her nailing the mystery man's chin, and asks for a urine sample. Well that's one way to greet a guy.

Ravi goes into full on research mode, with blondie on the table. He admits he has not clue how this all happened, he was super high the night of the party. He's willing to drop trou if Ravi can cure this. He asks how Liv became a zombie, which makes her confused when he asks if it happened the night of the party too. She tells him that he tried to sell her Utopian, smacked her ass, then went all rage zombie and clawed her forearm. He doesn't remember it that way, or at all. He asks if she's sure it was him. She is. He's really sorry, if he wasn't sure he would survive, he'd throw himself off a bridge. He bangs some of Ravi's instruments, and Liv gets a vision.

One of Javier's girlfriends tries to calm her boyfriend. Telling him that she's sorry, that she never meant to hurt him as he destroys one of Javier's canvases. Javier tries to reason with the guy.

Blondie asks her where she went, knowing from the daze look she had a vision. Liv has to take care of some stuff, and she suggests that he get going. Ravi offers to finish up, but blondie realizes that Liv doesn't want to leave him alone with Ravi. He leaves. Ravi isn't sure that was necessary, and neither is Liv, but she doesn't want to take chances.

Liv goes to Clive. It wasn't Lola that caught Javier fooling around, it was Tasha's jealous boyfriend. He points her attention to the group of young men that Arnie, the Art Dealer suggested. It may be a diversion tactic, but its one worth following up on. Liv sees the one from her vision. Liv gives a fancy description of the handsome man, and Clive has her narrow it down by his shirt color.

In the interrogation room, Liv gets flirty with the prime specimen. Mr. Rivera stands at 6'3. Liv interrupts to ask about his ancestry, if there's Native American because he has some beautiful cheekbones. Clive stops her line of questioning, and he confirms that he's 25% Cherokee with a smile. Clive threatens to have her sit out, and continues asking when he found out about Tasha and Javier. He's unsure, but Tasha got what was coming to her, Javier dumped her for a younger version. He left her so he could bang a younger version, Artie's 18 year old daughter. It's a well known fact in the art community, but he tells them that they didn't hear it from him.

Blondie sits alone at the bar, drinking his tasteless drink. He sees a prime target in a classy looking older woman. He approaches her to buy her a drink, but she doesn't see that a a high bar. He points out it could be if she's turned down several guys before him. She doesn't refuse, and he asks what's brought her there. Things haven't turned out how she expected. He can relate. She tells him that she's not into the age gap, though he is really charming. He finds that a shame, cause he's not really interested in hitting on some 25 year old while she swipes through Tinder, the idea makes him want to impale himself. She tells him that there's no reason they can't have a nice chat, but he thinks that there certainly is.

While Liv may be abstaining, Blondie certainly isn't, and he's getting frisky with the older lady. They rip eachother's clothes off and jump into bed, but as she goes down low, he slips into full zombie mode.

Liv busies herself painting when Major drops by with a juicer. He jokes that she's been taken over by a pod person. He would have been far less surprised to see her building a rocket. She tells him that its a new hobby, which is something the old Liv would have never said, as she strokes his shoulder in passing. Major points out her less than supportive stance on hobbies in the past, which may have just been her way of nicely talking him out of building furniture, which he thinks that he would be really good at still. He asks if she's listening to Chet Baker, surprised. She's unsure who it is,but she's loving it. He tried to get her to listen to jazz for year, even trying to ambush her into it. She stopped listening after two songs, hating the style. She thinks that its the cd he tried to get her to listen to before. She wonders why she was such a jerk. It was just one of the many things that he accepted because she was super hot. He offers to record some other stuff from vinyl if shes really loving the cd, and she accepts it, laying a kiss on his cheek. Major is left utterly confused, and leaves her to painting.

Blondie pays Liv a visit in the morgue. He jokes with her that he missed her at the zombie social. He asks where Ravi is, but he's on a call. He had no plans to eat Ravi he claims. Liv asks him if he knows why she isn't ready to kiss and make up. He knows, he turned her into a zombie, saw him kill a guy. He gets it, but says that he's not the same person the night of the party. He knows that he was a dirtbag before, and he claims that he's trying to make a change. He's no longer dealing, and he's cut out the poisonous people in his life, who were apparently the only people in his life. Liv wonders why he's telling her all this. He doesn't have anyone else. She works in the prime place to get a meal, and wonders if maybe sometimes she can help him out. She agrees, but she can't do it in the morgue, she'll have to meet him later. He's utterly relieved. He gives her the location of an internet cafe that he plans to be at later, and she agrees to meet him there.

In the alley, Blondie, Blaine has company. Hutch and Dougy have tracked him down. His former boss wants to see him now. Dougy gets out of the car, telling him that he wants him in the car. Blaine does not want to do that, he wants to go about his business, and he's feeling a little threatened. He asks Hutch if he's going to help him out. He asks Dougy to meet him there tomorrow. Liv spots Blaine in what she thinks is him making a deal, completely ruining his story of seeking redemption. Dougy threatens Blaine, telling him that he can either get in or Hutch can ball him up and throw him in. Blaine is reluctant, but he goes in. Dougy tells him that it was weird how things went down at the party, everyone thought he was dead. He's partly right. The boss thinks that the batch he was selling was cut with something lethal, that Blaine did the cutting. Blaine points out that thinking isn't really his strong suit, and that when he's running the city he won't make the same mistake. Dougy and Hutch laugh, asking what mistake was made. He underestimated the little guy. Blaine goes full zombie and splatters Dougy and Hutch around the car's interior.

Blaine goes to see his hook up from the night before. She's got a streak of white in her hair, and her skin is the color of chalk. She's seen better days as Blaine lets himself in. She's done well for herself he notes. She asks what's happened to her. He welcomes her to team Z. She's a tread spotter, he asks her if zombies are really on the decline. For a mere 29 K a month, he can give her the brains that she needs. Sure she'll need spray tans and hair coloring, but death is going to be swell. He pours her a drink, and brings out a little togo box of brains. Jackie snatches at it, but Blaine doesn't hand it over until she agrees to his terms. He gives her the first rule of brain club, and Jackie calls for her check book.

Ravi asks Liv if she got Blaine's number as she cleans up. He wants him to come in for more tests, under her supervision of course. Liv doesn't think that its a good idea. Ravi thanks her for being protective, and Liv let him know why its a bad idea. Blaine is a liar, and she thinks he's just using her for her brains. Ravi considers, if he's the only one. Liv isn't sure, but she thinks he's dangerous. Clive wonders if Liv is free tonight. Javier's art is being displayed, and he wants her to come along. He got a lead from the waitress the night of Javier's death. Artie left to go to an ATM. He attempted withdraw just down the street from the loft where Javier was murdered, which would put him in the area at the time of death. Ravi gets clarification. Artie is utterly broke, living off credit cards. Liv asks why Lola would cover for him, which is what Clive plans to ask. Ravi wants to come as well to the art show if he needs backup at the bar, and with the models.

Clive sets Ravi loose on the scene. They hear some people complaining about the spike in prices since Javier's death. Even his old work has tripled in price. Sounds like a big cha-ching for his art dealer. Clive goes off to look for the hostess. Ravi asks what Liv usually does to get a vision. Liv just walks around and hopes that something happens, which sounds lame. Ravi doesn't see it that way, he sees it as a vision quest.

Clive asks Lola why she never mentioned that Artie left her at the restaurant. She forgot. He was gone about 20 minutes, which is about the amount of time it takes to walk to her loft.

Tasha approaches Ravi, mistaking him for a detective. He tries to clarify his position, when Tasha tells him that her ex is there, and he's not suppose to be. She has a restraining order, and she'd leave but, Ravi interrupts. She shouldn't leave, and he offers to sort it out. He asks her to point him out.

Liv goes looking through Javier's old things. He left not only his art behind, but a part of himself. She wonders if she hadn't come back, what her loved ones would have. Mr. Cheekbones comes down the stairs. He thought he saw Liv slip down there. He thinks that Javier would have loved her, but now he'll never get to lay a hand on her. He's been thinking about her since the interrogation. He's heard of bad cop, good cop before, but never bad cop horny cop. She offers to go upstairs with him so he can tell her all about how he objectified him, but he'd rather have her all to himself. Liv gets another vision. Rebecca, Artie's daughter, was pregnant with his son and the pair were happy about it. Liv tells Tito that she's not the kind of girl he wants to mess with, but he definitely wants to mess with her. She tries to shoulder her way out when he grabs her. She retorts with a punch to his nose.

Clive heads over to see Artie. He congratulates him on the success, and hike in price. Artie mistook him for an art lover. Artie tries to excuse himself, as Clive points out that the extra cash will really help him pay off some of his debts, and maybe he'll even have funds to use an ATM. Liv runs over. Artie claims that Javier was his friend. Artie was in love with Lola, he thought she deserved better. Liv points out that maybe Artie killed him because he knocked up his teenage daughter. Artie looks at her in confusion, claiming that Javier was like an uncle to Rebecca. Ravi watches the exchange, as Liv doesn't believe he didn't know. Did Javier seem like the uncle type? Ravi rushes over, he has an idea, with where Liv is standing on a step higher than Artie, she would be the right height. Ravi reenacts the crime, and where the blood splatter would fall. The killer could have been Liv's size. Clive makes sure Liv is positive about the pregnancy. Lola had said that they never wanted children. Clive asks Lola if she never wanted kids. She wasn't covering for Artie, he was covering for her. The waitress wasnt' sure what time Lola arrived, only that Artie left. She killed Javier before she arrived at dinner. She found out that Javier was going to have the baby, the family he never had before him. Artie asks if she knew. Clive tells him that just a bit ago Lola confessed that Artie was gone long enough to commit the murder. When he got back from the ATM Lola was there, 30 minutes late and practically hyperventilating. When they found Javier, he knew she did it, just as she knew he would cover for her. She used him. She confesses that Javier was leaving her to start a family with a teenager. Lola is arrested for the death of her husband. Tito arrives, pissed at what Liv did to him. Clive knocks him out, and asks Liv to get him the second pair of cuffs from his car. Liv admits that he was right, its always the right

Javier's brain showed her a world that's brighter, more vibrant. Liv microwaves some brains, not wanting Lola to diminish that light. She wants to leave her family something more than report cards to remember her by. There is so much beauty in the world, and the heart wants what the heart wants. She paint feverishly, who can deny it?

Liv heads over to Major's. She tells him that apparently that mixed CD was a gateway drug, and she needs something more substantial. She takes a seat, asking if they can hang out. He wonders if she's drunk. Poor Major is confused. He thinks she's being really weird. She asks him to sit with her again. Taking a seat on his lap. She can't take another second of not being close to him. She goes to kiss him, and he pulls away. She's been icing him out for months, and her sudden change of heart has him reeling. He's done everything he could to get an ounce of affection from her. The day he came and dropped off her stuff she could barely look him in the eye, and now she can't take not being close to him? He tells her to go, and she's broken hearted, but so is he. The passionate mind is selfish, and Javier's brain made her cross the line between what she wants and what she can never have.

Liv and Peyton hang the new painting. There were so many nights that she could have spent with Major, and instead she spent them studying, she let life slip through her fingers, and now she will never have it. There were parts of her that were dead before she became a zombie, she hopes that now that she's dead there are still parts to spring to life.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S2E14 - "Love in the Time of Hydra" Recap

Ward and Agent 33 are still teamed up after she saved him in Puerto Rico after Skye had shot him. They hold up a diner to kidnap the man who had created the technology that made the mask that is now stuck on her face to make her look like a (now disfigured) May. He helps repair her mask so she no longer looks disfigured. The mask can't be removed but she can take on the appearance of anyone she likes and it can hold up to 3 faces in its database at a time.

Simmons and Fitz argue over how to proceed with Skye and the arguing makes her shake the plane slightly so she heads back to the cage. May believes that her ex is right and Skye should be pulled from active duty for the time being. Coulson is reluctant but eventually agrees and takes Skye to a safe house. On the way there, Coulson shares the story of how his father had him fix up a car that later became Lola. At the safe house, he gives her some gloves that are designed to help her repress her abilities, and advises her to take some time off to learn to better control her new abilities.

Mack introduces Hunter to Robert Gonzales, the later of the "real S.H.I.E.L.D.", which was founded on the ideal of transparency instead of Fury's mantra of compartmentalisation. They think Fury kept too many secrets. They don't approve of Coulson or his team. Hunter is hurt by the fact that Bobbi is part of this group. This group tries to bring Hunter on board, listing Coulson's many so-called indiscretions and that this alien DNA he's been injected with has only worsened him.

Agent 33 offers herself up to Ward by taking on the appearance of Skye and Ward pushes her off, saying that he has already tried to make it work with Skye but that shot to his torso made it pretty clear that she doesn't feel the same. Ward suggests that maybe he and Agent 33 could have something together but it would need to be as herself. But she becomes upset because Whitehall had tortured everything she knew about herself out of her. They decide to go after Bakshi, who is trapped in Talbot's base, who knows things about Agent 33 from before. They're able to break out Bakshi and have him share what he knows about Agent 33's life before she was brainwashed. Her name is revealed to be Kara. Once Bakshi has been drained of information, they proceed to brainwash him.

Fitz tells Simmons that she is the one that is scared, particularly since both he and Skye have now changed. Coulson's team learns from Talbot about Ward and Agent 33 breaking into the base and taking Bakshi. Coulson promises that they will help to find them. Coulson and May both realise that Mack is up to something and are determined to figure out what it is. Hunter has escaped from this other version of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Bobbi decides to attack Coulson's group immediately.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs on Tuesdays on ABC at 9PM.

“White Collar” The Con-plete Collection & The Complete Sixth Season Arrive on DVD May 5!

“White Collar” The Con-plete Collection & The Complete Sixth Season Arrive on DVD May 5!

“White Collar” The Con-plete Collection
Catch all six seasons of one of the most seductive crime dramas to hit the small screen. In exchange for a reduced prison sentence, charming high-stakes thief Neal Caffrey (Golden Globe® Winner Matt Bomer*) forms an unlikely partnership with FBI Agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) to help catch other criminals. As Neal and Peter infiltrate deadly crime rings and face off against some of the world’s most dangerous masterminds, they also walk a thin line between trust and betrayal with each other. Also starring Tiffani Thiessen and Willie Garson, “White Collar” is a slick, witty, engaging series filled with plot twists and cliff-hangers – culminating in a finale that will leave you breathless!

*2015, Best Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, The Normal Heart

DVD Special Features
Over two hours of bonus material only available on DVD

“White Collar” The Con-plete Collection DVD Specs
Street Date:May 5, 2015
Prebook Date:April 1, 2015
Screen Format:Widescreen: 1.78:1
Audio:English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:English SDH, French, Spanish
Total Run Time:3494 Minutes
U.S. Rating:NR (Not Rated)
Closed Captioned:Yes

“White Collar” The Complete Sixth Season
Experience the thrills, one last time, with Season Six of television’s slickest, most seductive crime drama — “White Collar.” The tension has never been greater as Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) re-teams with FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) in their most ambitious sting operation yet — infiltrating a sophisticated gang of deadly thieves. With Elizabeth Burke (Tiffani Thiessen) pregnant, Neal desperate for his freedom, and amidst pressure from Mozzie (Willie Garson) for Neal to cut ties with the FBI, the scheme unfolds, culminating in the series’ most shocking plot twist of all. Also, only on DVD, join the cast and crew as they discuss their favorite moments from the show’s six seasons in the moving retrospective “White Collar: Case Closed.”

DVD Special Features
“White Collar:” Case Closed – A Retrospective
Deleted Scenes
Gag Reel
Audio Commentary on episode “Au Revoir” featuring Jeff Eastin, Tim DeKay and Willie Garson
Audio Commentary on episode “Au Revoir” featuring Jeff Eastin and Matt Bomer

“White Collar” Season Six DVD Specs
Street Date:May 5, 2015
Prebook Date:April 1, 2015
Screen Format:Widescreen: 1.78:1
Audio:English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:English SDH, French, Spanish
Total Run Time:262 Minutes
U.S. Rating:NR (Not Rated)
Closed Captioned:Yes

About Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is the industry leading worldwide marketing, sales and distribution company for all Fox produced, acquired and third party partner film and television programing. Each year TCFHE expands its award-winning global product portfolio with the introduction of new entertainment content through established and emerging formats including DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital HD™. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox

One Final Song – “Glee” The Final Season and The Complete Series Arrive on DVD May 19

One Final Song – “Glee” The Final Season and
The Complete Series Arrive on DVD May 19

“Glee” – The Final Season
In the exhilarating, heart-rending final season of “Glee,” club favorites reunite and a new group of young performers takes center stage! Following her disastrously short sitcom career, Rachel returns to McKinley High to find Principal Sue Sylvester trampling the arts – including the glee club. Without missing a beat, Rachel and a newly single Kurt set out to revitalize New Directions, hoping for a shot at the national title. It won’t be easy since Will and Blaine now coach rival groups Vocal Adrenaline and The Warblers. With thrilling musical numbers and compelling plot lines featuring much of the beloved original cast, the final season of “Glee” culminates in a celebration of LIFE, MUSIC, FRIENDSHIP and LOVE.

DVD Special Features
“Glee” Music Jukebox
“Glee” The Final Curtain
Looking Back Video Yearbook

“Glee” Season Six DVD
Street Date:May 19, 2015
Prebook Date:April 15, 2015
Screen Format:Widescreen: 1.78:1
Audio:English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:English SDH, French, Spanish
Total Run Time:595 Minutes
U.S. Rating:TV-14
Closed Captioned:Yes

“Glee” - The Complete Series
For the first time ever, every season of “Glee” in one collection! Take a remarkable journey through all six seasons of one of television’s most groundbreaking series! Winner of six Emmy® Awards*, “Glee” features a beloved cast, including Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer, Lea Michele and Kevin McHale, along with celebrated guest stars.

When high school Spanish teacher Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) sets out to transform a group of singers and dancers into performers worthy of the coveted National trophy, the courageous teens ultimately transform and become young adults who come to terms with acceptance, competition, love and loss. Celebrate the acclaimed show that transcends musical genres, breaks down barriers and uplifts viewers with exhilarating performances! This 34-disc set includes all 121 episodes and exclusive extras, making it a must-have for your entertainment library!

*2011, Comedy Series: Guest Actress (Gwyneth Paltrow), Casting. 2010, Comedy Series: Directing, Supporting Actress (Jane Lynch), Guest Actor (Neil Patrick Harris). 2010, Comedy or Drama Series {One Hour}: Sound Mixing.

DVD Special Features
Over 5-hours of Special Features including the Celebration of 100 Episodes, Meet Jane Lynch, Full-Length Audition Pieces Much More!

“Glee” – The Complete Series DVD
Street Date:May 19, 2015
Prebook Date:April 15, 2015
Screen Format:Widescreen: 1.78:1
Audio:English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:English SDH, French, Spanish
Total Run Time:5347 Minutes
U.S. Rating:TV-14
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Fresh Off the Boat S1E9 - License to Sell" Recap

Jessica is still passionate about pursuing a career as a realtor but she must run away from the police when he asks to see her realtor's license.

Eddie wants to get some traction going with his crush, Nichole, so Louis advises him to always be where she is, such as joining the same after-school club as her.

Jessica becomes nervous over taking her exam because she meets a more successful realtor that makes her feel inadequate for having three children.

Eddie decides to get thrown in detention because Nicole is always ending up there but it doesn't work out well because she leaves shortly after he arrives. He tries again to win Nicole over and when he learns that she wants to go to beauty school and she invites him over so she can practice her beauty stuff on, he offers himself up as a guinea pig. But things get out of hand when Nicole wants to pierce Eddie's ear.

Jessica lies to her family about passing her realtor's exam, while Louis enjoys his new stay-at-home hair-dryer-chair, a luxury item he had always wanted and could now finally order. She later admits to Honey about her insecurity regarding Kim, the more successful realtor, and Honey encourages her to step out from under Kim's shadow and go back and ace the exam.

When Louis asks to see Jessica's license, she tries to claim that it was stolen and then Louis says that Honey told him about how she didn't take the test. Jessica admits that she doesn't see the point of being a realtor when she won't be able to be the best since there are people who have been doing it for ten years longer than her. Louis reminds Jessica how much she hates quitters so she becomes determined to study and pass the exam, which she later does.

Eddie gets asked by his friends to come to the mall with them where Shaq has been spotted but opts to stay put when Nicole asks him if she can practice doing henna tattoos on him. Jessica is angry to find that Eddie has an earring and hand tattoos, though she notes that the tattoos are pretty. Eddie is discouraged over interacting with Nicole and his parents encourage him to be himself and that if it isn't good enough for her, then she's not the right girl. Eddie tells Nicole he doesn't want to do beauty things anymore but she should carry on with it because she's good at it. He also notes that she's welcome to do other things with him in future, such as watching a basketball game together. Nicole tells him that the man at the mall wasn't really Shaq, and Eddie says he already knows.

Louis begins to enjoy his salon-style-dryer by pretending he is on a spaceship, mimicking how his two youngest sons had been playing with it earlier.

Fresh Off the Boat airs on Tuesdays on ABC at 8PM.
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