Eric Saade "Girl From Sweden" - Review


Despite falling prey to the usual Swedish blunder of releasing Melodifestivalen singles without a proper music video, Eric Saade is back with his follow-up single, "Girl From Sweden." Lyrically, the song tells a story of Saade-the-superstar who despite having enormous opportunities to jet set around the world, would be far more content to return home to Sweden and be with his 'girl from Sweden.' It's certainly a unique approach to constructing a narrative for a radio-friendly pop single. Admittedly, we had to bite our tongue to keep from laughing our way through the lyric, "high like a ceiling." But given Saade's history of questionable similes, "flyer than wind" for one, we'd expect nothing less than another hilarious lyric to add to the list. There's even a self-reference to "Hotter Than Fire"; no better time to self-promote your past hits like the present!

But all jokes aside, it is a much better song than "Sting." The brass instrumentation is better utilised, the melodic hook is catchier, and the whistle riff is a nice touch too. The attitude is more understated, and if this song is any indication of what's to come for Saade's next musical era, our interest is piqued. If marketed and promoted properly, this could be one of the big summer hits in Sweden.

Final point of discussion is the music video itself. Saade storms out of a red carpet that looks to be taking place in some sort of a warehouse despite what the exterior shots would have you believe, to jump on his bike and take off running through Sweden. What follows next is a compilation of some Swedish cultural points that range from milkmaid backup dancers, sweeping shots of nature and landscapes, girls in work-out gear (the accuracy of including Swedes' obsessive gym regimens is so deliciously real), dirty hipsters displaying an affinity for cultural appropriation, a cafe to fika in, Viking helmets, and even a MOOSE is thrown in for good measure! We so enjoy the humour of it all but the more subtle point we admire is the greater ethnic diversity amongst the girls presented on Saade's long-running journey. Given Sweden's shifting demographic make-up, it's important that more of Sweden's media content reflect this so as to not exclude or Other those who do not have the stereotypical Swedish phenotype. For that, we'll tip a hat to Eric Saade (or whomever cast/directed the video).

What are your thoughts on "Girl From Sweden"? Will this be on your summer-playlist? Check out the music video below!

Mimi Rogers Joins the Cast Of the STARZ Series “ASH VS EVIL DEAD”

Mimi Rogers (“Mad Men,” ”NCIS”) has joined the cast of the highly-anticipated STARZ series, “Ash vs Evil Dead,” slated to debut this fall.  Rogers will play Suzy Maxwell, a woman who is reunited with her family and several uninvited guests after a freak accident. The long-awaited follow-up to the classic horror film franchise The Evil Dead, is executive produced by Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert and Bruce Campbell, the original filmmakers of the franchise, and Craig DiGregorio who will serve as executive producer and showrunner.  “Ash vs. Evil Dead” is currently shooting in New Zealand on the 10-episode first season.

Rogers joins the cast led by Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead, “Burn Notice”) in the role of Ash Williams; Lucy Lawless (“Salem,” “Spartacus”) as Ruby a mysterious figure who believes Ash is the cause of the Evil outbreaks; Ray Santiago (“Touch,” Meet the Fockers) as Pablo Simon Bolivar, an idealistic immigrant who becomes Ash’s loyal sidekick; Dana DeLorenzo (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas) as Kelly Maxwell, a moody wild child trying to outrun her past; and Jill Marie Jones (“Sleepy Hollow”) as Amanda Fisher, a disgraced Michigan State Trooper set to find our anti-hero Ash and prove his responsibility in the grisly murder of her partner.

Raimi is directing the first episode of “Ash vs Evil Dead” that he wrote with Ivan Raimi (DarkmanArmy of DarknessDrag Me to Hell), Craig DiGregorio (“Workaholics,” “Chuck”) and Tom Spezialy (“Chuck,” “Reaper,” “Desperate Housewives”). Raimi will also serve as executive producer, with Rob Tapert (Evil Dead, “Spartacus,” Xena: Warrior Princess”) and Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead, “Burn Notice”) along with Craig DiGregorio (“Workaholics,” “Chuck”) who will serve as executive producer/showrunner. Ivan Raimi will co-executive produce and Aaron Lam (“Spartacus”) and Chloe Smith (“Spartacus”) will serve as producers.

Production On ALLEGIANT – PART 1, The Third Installment Of THE DIVERGENT Franchise, Commences Today



Santa Monica, CA – May 20, 2015 – Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF) announced today that principal photography has commenced in Atlanta on the feature film adaptation of THE DIVERGENT SERIES: ALLEGIANT – PART 1, the third installment of the blockbuster DIVERGENT action adventure franchise, starring Golden Globe® nominated Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Academy Award® winner Octavia Spencer, and Academy Award® nominated Naomi Watts.  Golden Globe® nominated Jeff Daniels joins the cast.  Returning cast members include Ray Stevenson, Zoë Kravitz, Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort, Maggie Q, Keiynan Lonsdale and Jonny Weston, as well as Mekhi Phifer and Daniel Dae Kim.  Other new cast members also include Nadia Hilker and Bill Skarsgård. Based on author Veronica Roth’s New York Times best seller, the film is being directed by Robert Schwentke from a screenplay by Noah Oppenheim and Adam Cooper & Bill Collage and Stephen Chbosky.  Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher are producing the film through their Red Wagon Entertainment banner along with Pouya Shahbazian.  Todd Lieberman and David Hoberman are executive producing through their Mandeville Films banner along with Barry Waldman and Neil Burger.  Lionsgate will release ALLEGIANT – PART 1 theatrically in North America through its Summit Entertainment label on Friday, March 18, 2016.
After the earth-shattering revelations of INSURGENT, in Allegiant Part 1 Tris (Shailene Woodley) must escape with Four (Theo James) beyond the Wall that encircles Chicago to finally discover the shocking truth of what lies behind it.
The Divergent series of books were written by Veronica Roth and have been perennial New York Times best-sellers since 2011. Book sales of the “Divergent” trilogy have surged to over 34 million copies worldwide, up from 17 million at the time of DIVERGENT’s March 21, 2014 release.  Allegiant sold 455,000 copies on its first day of release in 2013 to break a company record for Katherine Tegen Books/HarperCollins Publishers. Pre-orders for Allegiant exceeded those of any book in the history of HarperCollins.
The first two DIVERGENT films have grossed more than $550 million at the global box office and are Lionsgate’s highest-grossing films domestically outside THE HUNGER GAMES and TWILIGHT franchises.
The fourth installment in the series, ALLEGIANT – PART 2, is slated for release on March 24, 2017.
Erik Feig, Co-President of Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, Gillian Bohrer, Lionsgate’s EVP of Production & Development, and Matt Janzen, Lionsgate’s VP, Production & Development, are overseeing the project for the studio.
To stay connected with all updates related to the film, follow the official Twitter handle (www.twitter.com/Divergent) and like the movie’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/Divergent).
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Lionsgate's home entertainment business is an industry leader in box office-to-DVD and box office-to-VOD revenue conversion rates. Lionsgate handles a prestigious and prolific library of approximately 16,000 motion picture and television titles that is an important source of recurring revenue and serves as the foundation for the growth of the Company's core businesses. The Lionsgate and Summit brands remain synonymous with original, daring, quality entertainment in markets around the world. www.lionsgate.com

Wizard World Presents: ‘Jay & Silent Bob Get Old’ Podcast With KevinSmith, Jason Mewes In Sacramento, June 20

Wizard World Presents: ‘Jay & Silent Bob Get Old’ Podcast With Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes In Sacramento, June 20

‘Clerks, ‘Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back’ Writer/Director, Star To Record Comedy Podcast In Front Of Live Audience at Sacramento Community Theater


SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 20, 2015 -- Kevin Smith, who wrote and directedClerks, Yoga Hosers, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and the series “Comic Book Men” among his many credits, and Jason Mewes , who starred in Clerks and Jay and Silent Bob among numerous collaborations with Smith, will record an episode of their podcast “Jay & Silent Bob Get Old” on Saturday, June 20, at 8:30 p.m. at the Sacramento Community Theater (1400 J Street), in conjunction with the second annual Wizard World Comic Con Sacramento.

Ranked #1 on Itunes Comedy podcasts, “Jay & Silent Bob Get Old” is a sometimes touching, always hilarious, look at what happens when two people grow up in Hollywood’s gaze. These limited engagements will be recorded as the stories evolve live in front of the audience, and released for free on www.smodcast.com.

The event, which requires a separate admission from Wizard World Comic Con Sacramento, follows up on “Wizard World Presents: An Evening With Kevin Smith,” held earlier this month in Minneapolis alongside the Wizard World Comic Con event there.

“I can’t wait to Bee in Sacramento! And I promise, the jokes will be better than that,” said Smith.

“Kevin Smith was a big hit in his Q&A in Minneapolis, and Jason Mewes has been a popular guest at Wizard World Comic Cons, so this unique live event is a great opportunity for our fans in Sacramento,” says John Macaluso , Wizard World CEO. “We are pleased to bring them together for a special night, and happy that Jason will also be meeting fans, signing autographs and posing for photo ops at Wizard World Comic Con Sacramento.”

Tickets for “Jay & Silent Bob Get Old” are on sale now at Tickets.com. Pricing begins at $25.00.

A writer, comedian, podcaster, and film director, Smith has written and directed numerous films, including DogmaRed State and Tusk, in addition to ClerksChasing Amy and Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back. He also has authored Silent Bob Speaks, Shootin’ the Sh*t with Kevin Smith My Boring-Ass Life and most recently Tough Sh*t: Life Advice from a Fat, Lazy Slob Who Did Good. He can be heard daily at Smodcast.com, a vast network of podcasts.

In addition to being the never-silent half of the cult heroes Jay and Silent Bob, Mewes has appeared in Smith’s Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma and Clerks II among 80 film and TV credits. The New Jersey native has also appeared in a variety of indie films, television roles and video game voiceovers, including Pauly Shore is Dead, National Lampoon’s TV: The Movie, Gone Baby Gone, Bitten, Breath of Hate, Silent But Deadly and Noobz.

Wizard World Comic Con events bring together thousands of fans of all ages to celebrate the best in pop-fi, pop culture, movies, graphic novels, cosplay, comics, television, sci-fi, toys, video gaming, gaming, original art, collectibles, contests and more. The 13th of 26 events currently scheduled on the 2015 Wizard World calendar, Sacramento show hours are Friday, June 19, 3-8 p.m.Saturday, June 20, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.Sunday, June 21, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

For more on the 2015 Wizard World Comic Con Sacramento, visit www.wizardworld.com/home-sacramento.html .

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Wizard World, Inc. (http://www.wizardworld.com) produces Comic Cons and pop culture conventions across North America that celebrate the best in pop-fi, pop culture, movies, television, cosplay, comics, graphic novels, toys, video gaming, sci-fi, gaming, original art, collectibles, contests and more. A first-class lineup of topical programming takes place at each event, with celebrity Q&A's, comics-themed sessions, costume contests, movie screenings, evening parties and more. Wizard World has also launched CONtv, a digital media channel in partnership with leading independent content distributor Cinedigm™ (NASDAQ: CIDM), and ComicConBox™, a premium subscription-based monthly box service. Fans can interact with Wizard World on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and other social media services.

The 2015 Wizard World Comic Con schedule is available at: http://bit.ly/WWPRSchedule2015 .

The Flash S01E23 Recap: Fast Enough (Season Finale)

Barry Allen may be the fastest man alive. He has been working for a long time to get justice for his mother, and to free his father, and that day is today. Barry confronts Wells finally. He wants to know the truth, why Eobard/Wells killed his mother. Wells hates him, not the him now, but in the future. They hated each other a lot, and they fought, but neither could defeat the other. Wells learned his secret, and he decided to go back into time and to kill Barry. But Future Barry followed him back. They both landed some great shots, but Future Barry managed to save his younger self. Then Wells thought, what if Barry was dealt a devastating blow. It could be enough to derail the superhero. So he killed Barry's mother, and he was free he thought. He would be able to return to the future without a Barry Allen. He ran into a snag, he lost his way, he couldn't get home. He had lost his ability. So the only way to return was to create the Flash. He had to help Barry harness his gift so that he could create a stable space time worm hole so he could go back home. Barry doesn't see why he would do that. Wells offers him a way to save his mother from death, save his mother from prison. Barry refuses, with rage in his heart. Wells understands why Joe and his father look at him with such pride, and he's now giving Barry the chance to right Wells's wrongs, to negate his evil.

Dr. Stein thinks that the paradox that Wells is giving him is an interesting proposition. Caitlin sees it as a no brainer, to be reunited with someone you love. Dr. Stein explains, the night that Barry's mother died, he went back and saved himself made a parallel universe, like when Barry traveled recently. Joe points out that he only changed one day that time. Dr. Stein tells them to imagine 15 years being changed. One different decision has a butterfly effect. Nothing would be as it is today, and none of them would remember it. Barry thinks about it. If he goes back and changes his mother's death his father would never go to prison, and he would never go to live with Joe and Iris. Cisco wonders if there would be a him. If Caitlin would be with Ronnie. Dr. Stein tells them that there is no way to tell what there would be. Joe tells Barry that he has to do this, that there isn't a choice, he needs to change the past.

Barry follows Joe out of the room. Barry wants clarification, that he wants him to do it. Joe thinks that its the right thing. Its the chance to get back both of his parents. Barry points out that he won't have a father, but he will Joe tells him. He'll have back his father. It's time to undo the wrongs Wells caused, its why he became a super hero, to put things right. He's saved a lot of people this past year, and now its time to save himself. Oh the feels.

Barry pay his father a visit. His father thinks it sounds crazy to turn back time. Barry isn't planning on turning back time, but actually going back. Joe thinks he should do it, but his dad doesn't. Things happen for a reason. He believes that, he's had to believe it. Barry wants to save his mother. His father knows that by saving her, it will change their past, and he fears that it will change Barry. He's so proud of the man that Barry has become, and if by going back he changes what makes Barry special, he knows that his mother would never want that. As much as he loves his wife, he doesn't want her back at his son's expense.

Caitlin looks over Ronnie. He admits to her that he's back for more than just Barry. He wants Caitlin back. He thinks that he's in control of his powers enough, and he loves her.

Barry does some heavy thinking on the roof, when Iris finds him. She's done plenty of her own thinking up there, when she wasn't having some clandestine meetings with the Streak. She and Barry share a laugh about it, before she turns to more serious matters. She asks if he plans to undo it. Barry hasn't decided yet, its a big decision. Iris thinks how his life would be different, how theirs could be different. They might even be married, Iris West-Allen. I vote a big no to saving the mom if this is the future. Barry tells her that won't happen. Living with her, growing up with her made it hard to admit his feelings for her, but it also made him love her, to have a family with her and Joe. Iris thinks that he should stop thinking about everyone else, and think about himself.

Barry goes down to see Wells, who admits that it took him longer to decide than he had anticipated. Barry asks how the grand plan would work. Wells tells him they'll use the particle accelerator, but this time it'll work. And this time instead of two particles smashing into each other, there will be just one. If Barry can go fast enough, when he smashes into the particle, it'll tear a hole in reality, making a portal that will connect this time into infinite times. Barry can travel to the past to his mother's time and save her, or to the future to Eobard's time. If he doesn't run fast enough, he'll die.

Dr. Stein looks over Wells's plan, and how it should work. Barry asks Cisco for his opinion. Cisco thinks that it looks pretty sound, but isn't sure why Barry would ever consider doing this. Caitlin asks the real question, for this to work how fast does Barry actually have to run. Mach 2, which is faster than Barry has ever had to run. Barry tells them not to worry about how fast he' needs to go, he needs something else. Cisco isn't really into the thought of helping Barry kill himself.

Barry needs a time machine. He explains that Wells gets his speed back at times, but can't control it since he killed Barry's mom. The wheel chair was helping him discharge himself. Wells has most of the parts for the machine to get him home, they just need to put it together. Ronnie looks over the pieces. Cisco reminds him that its not an Ikea bookcase. Ronnie notices an issue with the parts. Made out of tungsten, the heat from the worm hole could pose a problem. Cisco heads down to confer with Dr. Evil.

Cisco pays Wells a visit. He asks how he fit his Reverse Flash suit into a ring, but he rally doesn't want to know, while he paces. Wells looks over the schematics, and sees that Ronnie was correct. Cisco is brilliant, and he tells him that there are so many times that he wished that Cisco was with him while he rebuilt the accelerator. Cisco tells him that doesn't change the fact that his little time sphere will blow. Wells gives him an alternative to the tungsten that will work, and Cisco goes to try that. He turns his back on Wells, and Wells asks him if that is all. Cisco doesn't know what to say. Wells thought of all of them that Cisco would understand, he doesn't belong back in this barbaric time. He feels like he's living among the dead. Cisco asks if that's what he told himself when he killed him. Wells is confused. Cisco explains it was an alternative time line that Barry reset. The memory kept coming back to him, the way he looked when he called him a son, before he crushed his heart with his fist. Wells apologizes. He's not sorry for killing him, he's sure that he had a reason. He's sorry that he was able to see the vision, but it confirms his thoughts. The night that the particle accelerator exploded, Cisco was affected too. Cisco doesn't believe him, he doesn't want to. Wells tells him not to be afraid, a great and honorable destiny awaits him. He only hopes that he remembers who gave him that life, and that it was given out of love. Cisco cannot get out of there fast enough.

Dr. Stein moves Eddie from the work station that he's seated at. It's running some very important calculations. Eddie goes to leave, but Dr. Stein stops him. Everyone has an important contribution to make. Eddie admits that he doesn't. Wells was very clear that he doesn't matter in the future one bit. He doesn't save the day or get the girl. Dr. Stein is surprised that he believes it. He had a newspaper from the future. Dr. Stein has a mug that says World's Greatest Boss, that he's sure his teaching assistant would find misleading. They're dealing with a lot of big scientific ideas today, but he still thinks that Eddie may be the most interesting thing at STAR Labs. Stein points out what would be the likelihood that Wells gets stuck in the past with his numerous Greats, great grandfather. A part of his plan to get home would mean that he would have to protect Eddie. Its a big scientific unicorn of coincidence, one that no scientist can plan for. Eddie is an anomaly. He's the only person in the whole story that gets to choose his own future. The computer shows a big giant problem. Stein alerts the rest of the team. The calculations show that there is a danger. Wells didn't tell them everything. Even if Barry reaches the speed, the collision could create a singularity, a black hole. They could not only destroy Central City. If they can't control it, they could destroy everything.

Wells knows that there is a risk. Stein doesn't think that causing world wide destruction is a risk. Joe points out that his accelerator hasn't exactly been trusty so far. Wells has been fighting Metahumans with them for a long time, and before that he had been planning this for years. Cisco needs more assurance that they're not opening up a black hole in Central City. When the wormhole stabilizes then Barry will have almost two minutes to save his mother, and return to this time. Plenty of time to close the wormhole, but not enough time to stop Eobard from returning to his time. It leaves no time for error, but Wells has confidence in Barry, he always has. He wonders if Barry's other friends and family have that same confidence in him.

Barry struggles with the decision. If he doesn't run fast enough then he's dust. If he does run fast enough, and doesn't get back in time he destroys the world. He asks Joe if he still thinks that its best that he goes back. Joe admits that he's unsure. He was faking the confidence earlier, its par for the parenting course sometimes. He just didn't want Barry to not try because he was worried about him. Barry will always worry about Joe, as Joe will always worry about Barry. He's sorry that he can't stop that. He asks if Joe thinks that he can do this, if he can save his mom, if he's fast enough. Joe doesn't hesitate, he does. Barry has dreamed his whole life of saving his mother, saving his father. He never thought to do so that he'd have to sacrifice one of his parents. He was so focused on that loss, he never considered what he gained that night. He was borne with one father, that tragedy gave him another. He doesn't think he could lose him now. Joe is sure that he will never lose him.

Eddie goes to see Iris at work. She thought that he would be at STAR Labs. He was hungry, so he went for dim sum take out, but also to remind him of something. A year ago, he had a date with a dancer. They had plans to meet at the restaurant, but she had to cancel. Eddie had dinner there anyways, and when he was walking home he met Iris. Someone just told him how powerful coincidence can be, that some had to happen. Everyone has been so focused on Barry's destiny, that he forgot that he had one too. He sees now that Iris is his destiny. He tells her, screw the future, and kisses her.

Stein explains the Ronnie that before he could go off to college his father made him become a Rabbi, so the ceremony will be legit. Caitlin walks out clad in white. They skip the hebrew, and Ronnie gives Caitlin a ring. Caitlin doesn't need a real one. She doesn't care about all the tragedy that has happened, because it lead them here, and he's all she needs. Stein pronounces them man and wife, and Ronnie kisses his bride while the others watch on.

Caitlin hugs Barry to say goodbye. Cisco tells Barry to remember that there will be three of him. He tells him to wait until the other him saves the younger him before he saves his mother. Barry hugs Joe, his father goodbye. Iris kisses Barry on the head goodbye, before going back to Eddie. Barry heads into the Particle Accelerator. Stein's voice comes over the intercom reminding him that if he does reach the speed he needs to he'll have less than two minutes to save his mother and get back. Wells speaks to him last. He has confidence in him that he will be able to do this, and get him back. He tells Barry to run, as he has done so many times. The machine starts up, and Barry starts running faster than he ever has before. The room shakes, and they worry about the accelerator, but Cisco tells them that Barry just hit Mach 2. As Barry runs he sees moments of the past, and the future. Wells tells him that he's seeing the speed force, his past, present and future. He needs to focus it to get back, to think about his mother. As Barry sees his mother, Stein's coffee does the floaty thing. Wells sees the fruition of his plan. Stein tells him to inject the hydrogen particle, and Barry disappears. The worm hole opens. It's stable for the moment, and the clock starts.

In the past Barry watches the events unfold, waiting for his time. He sees himself and Eobard battling, he watches himself come in and take himself. It's time to save his mother, but he turns his back, letting Eobard stab her again. When Eobard leaves, Barry goes in. His mother is dying. He comforts her, telling her that her son is safe. She asks who he is, and he tells her that he is the Flash. He removes his mask. She tells him that he looks just like her father. He tells her that it won't make any sense, but he's her boy. He got a second chance to come back, to tell her that he's okay, he and his dad are okay and they love her. She tells him goodbye, with a smile on her face. Barry weeps over his mother.

In present day, the clock continues its count down. It's time to say goodbye to Harrison Wells. Wells marvels at the time machine. Rip Hunter would be proud, he was the first one to build one of them. A helmet comes out of the worm hole, and that's his cue to leave. Wells thanks Cisco, who tells him not to ever come back. Wells gets inside of his machine, powers it up, and prepares to go to the past. 30 more seconds on the clock. Home is just on the other side. Barry comes flying through the worm hole, smashing Wells's machine. Stein tells Caitlin to shut down the worm hole. Wells doesn't understand why he didn't save his mother, he could have had everything that he ever wanted. Barry already does. The pair fight as Caitlin and Ronnie run to shut down the generator. Ronnie is hit with a blast, and knocked back as Caitlin hits the power just in time. Ronnie seems to be okay. Wells gets the upperhand on Barry. He tells him that after he kills him he's going to kill his father. In the end he always wins. There's a gunshot, and Wells lets Barry go. Eddie shot himself in the heart. He took his own destiny in his hand, there are no such things as coincidences he says. Cisco explains that as Eobard's ancestor, if Eddie dies then Eobard never exists. He's being erased. Eddie is a hero, that's all he ever wanted to be, a hero to Iris. He dies in Iris's arms. Eobard turns to Barry. He's controlled Barry's life for so long, he asks how will Barry get along without him. Eobard disappears in a hail of light, and the worm hole begins to reopen. They have to go, and now. Iris doesn't want to leave Eddie's body, but they don't have a choice as the worm hole becomes a black hole. There is panic in the streets. Captain Cold, and Hawkgirl all see black hole. Its like the tornado, but bigger, upside down and scarier. Barry has to try to stop it. Barry's' father sees him from his cell as he runs straight up and into the black hole to try to stop it.


And that is how you wrap up a successful first season. That ending was amazing.

"X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut" Available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD July 14th‏

PREPARE TO GO ROGUE!


The Version Fans Have Been Waiting For hits Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD July 14!

Includes an Alternate, Never-Before-Seen Cut and Nearly 90 Minutes of New Special Features, as well as the Theatrical Version

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (May 19, 2015) – Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will take you back in time for an all new experience as the X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut hits Blu-ray™ and DVD July 14. Fan-favorite mutant Rogue, played by Anna Paquin, finally joins the all-star cast, including Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lawrence, Ellen Page, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, as they prepare to battle the Sentinels!

With a never-before-seen, alternate cut of the film—plus nearly 90 minutes of all-new, immersive special features, The X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut takes you deeper into the X-Men universe than ever before. Rogue makes her return as the all-star characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves and unite to battle armies of murderous Sentinel robots who are hunting down mutants and humans alike!

Packed with an all new cut of X-Men: Days of Future Past and nearly 90 minutes of new content, the Rogue Cut is the ultimate fan collectible! Go behind-the-battle for Earth with the definitive documentary “Mutant vs Machine” or look into the future with a sneak peek of the new Fantastic Four film.

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST ROGUE CUT BLU-RAY™ SPECIAL FEATURES
Rogue Cut
Audio Commentary by Bryan Singer and John Ottman
Theatrical Version of the Film
Audio Commentary by Bryan Singer and Simon Kinberg
Mutant vs Machine
X-Men: Unguarded
Gallery
Second Screen App
Fantastic Four Sneak Peek

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST ROGUE CUT DVD SPECIAL FEATURES
Rogue Cut
Audio Commentary by Bryan Singer and John Ottman
Theatrical Version of the Film
Audio Commentary by Bryan Singer and Simon Kinberg
Mutant vs Machine
X-Men: Unguarded
Gallery
Fantastic Four Sneak Peek

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X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST ROGUE CUT BLU-RAY™
Street Date:July 14, 2015
Prebook Date:June 10, 2015
Screen Format:Widescreen 16:9 (2.40:1)
Audio:English DTS-HD MA 7.1
English Descriptive Audio 5.1 (Theatrical Version only)
Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1
French Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:English SDH / Spanish
Total Film Run Time:148 Minutes (Rogue Cut), 131 Minutes (Theatrical Version)
U.S. Rating:Not Rated (Rogue Cut), PG-13 (Theatrical Version)
Closed Captioned:No

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST ROGUE CUT DVD
Street Date:July 14, 2015
Prebook Date:June 10, 2015
Screen Format:Widescreen 16:9 (2.40:1)
Audio:English Dolby Digital 5.1
English Descriptive Audio 5.1 (Theatrical Version only)
Spanish Surround Dolby Digital 2.0
French Surround Dolby Digital 2.0
Subtitles:English SDH / Spanish
Total Film Run Time:148 Minutes (Rogue Cut), 131 Minutes (Theatrical Version)
U.S. Rating:Not Rated (Rogue Cut), PG-13 (Theatrical Version)
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"MAZE RUNNER: THE SCORCH TRIALS" FiRST Trailer Released!

20th Century Fox is excited to debut the highly anticipated FIRST trailer for the upcoming film, MAZE RUNNER: THE SCORCH TRIALS! In this next chapter of the epic "Maze Runner" saga, Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his fellow Gladers face their greatest challenge yet: searching for clues about the mysterious and powerful organization known as WCKD.

All of our favorites are back, and after surviving the maze they find themselves in a whole different world. When Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) is your guide, there's plenty to be suspicious of. He seems to have the same culpability as his Game of Thrones counterpart, pushing Thomas to remember and understand what happened in the maze. He just needs to know who's side he's on.

They may have escaped the maze, but they haven't escaped completely, and the real world may be an even harsher place than the maze was at night. Things are about to get crazy to say the least.

Check out the trailer below and get ready for the action-packed adventure to hit theaters on September 18, 2015
Watch the NEW trailer HERE: 

MAZE RUNNER: THE SCORCH TRIALS hits theaters everywhere September 18, 2015!
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MAZE RUNNER: THE SCORCH TRIALS
Action-Adventure
September 18, 2015
Director: Wes Ball
Screenplay: T.S. Nowlin, based upon the novel “The Scorch Trials” by James Dashner
Producers: Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen, Lee Stollman
Cast: Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Giancarlo Esposito, Aidan Gillen, Barry Pepper, Lili Taylor, and Patricia Clarkson. 

SYNOPSIS
In this next chapter of the epic “Maze Runner” saga, Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his fellow Gladers face their greatest challenge yet: searching for clues about the mysterious and powerful organization known as WCKD.  Their journey takes them to the Scorch, a desolate landscape filled with unimaginable obstacles. Teaming up with resistance fighters, the Gladers take on WCKD’s vastly superior forces and uncover its shocking plans for them all. 


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