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Hulu TV series Castle Rock added a cast member who understands a tiny bit about playing Stephen King characters.

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KJ Apa stars as the Ethan Montgomery at A Dog’s Purpose.

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Spring is the time of season if you throw out the old junk you never look at any more to make room for new stuff all. That is apparently exactly what Netflix is performing in June, as I am struggling to get a piece of content expiring that I am sad to see depart the services.

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‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’
U;  Animation, Action, Adventure
Manager: Charlie Bean, Bob Logan, Paul Fisher

Cast: Jackie Chan, Dave Franco, Michael Peña, Abbi Jacobson, Fred Armisen, Kumail Nanjiani, Zach Woods, Olivia Munn, Justin Theroux

This feature-film form of the animated TV series ‘Ninjago: Experts of Spinjitzu’ could be a kind of an upgrade but it is not exactly ground-breaking or special . Additionally, it is nowhere close to matching the smarts of ‘The Lego Film’ or even climbing up to the ordinary humour degree of ‘The Lego Batman Movie.’

'The Lego Ninjago Movie'

The struggle for NINJAGO City is around and youthful Master Builder Lloyd, aka the Green Ninja, along with secret ninja musicians, led by Master Wu (Jackie Chan), have the bothersome task of beating the evil warlord Garmadon (Justin Theroux), Lloyd’s daddy. So it is essentially a father against son confrontation.

The movie credited to three supervisors (Charlie Bean, Paul Fisher and Bob Logan) and a fairly large clique of authors, has very little to show contemplating all that mind power backing it. The thoughts are all hat and the humour is seldom more worthy. A live-action cat, Meowthra, who terrorizes Ninjago City when she has inadvertently summoned using a red laser pointer, adds a mayhem but even that trail runs out of thoughts.

The narrative structure that is bookend sets off the moan to such a degree that it begins to feels sluggish and finishes that are dull before it is runtime. The world building is un-substantive and rather flimsy. The voicing though is effective. Seems like the only reason for this exercise is to promote a new line of merchandise!

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After making his debut on the Las Vegas Strip this past year, former boxing heavyweight champion Mike Tyson is back on point with his one-man show!It’s known as “Undisputed Truth: Round 2.” RELATED | Mike Tyson back in MGM Grand with ‘UNDISPUTED TRUTH — Round 2’Ju

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There was expectation for these remakes, but they frustrated critics and fans of the TV series they expected to pay homage to.

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Jonah Hill Shows Off His Buff Biceps on Establish of His New Movie: Photo #3926533. Jonah Hill is all smiles as he breaks dinner on place of his newest movie on Tuesday afternoon (July 11) in Los Angeles. The 33-year-old performer and director revealed…

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CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. — It all happened in a flash.

New surveillance movie shows the minute a Crawfordsville police officer confronted a man he believed was robbing a business.

The incident occurred at Crawfordsville, when police responded to a 911 call about a robbery in Backstep Brewery on North Green Street. The caller told dispatchers that a man in a ski mask entered the bar with a gun.

Sgt. Matt Schroeter arrived in the place and watched a man in a ski mask backing out the door. He appeared to be holding a weapon. Even the “robber” was really actor Jim Duff, that had been filming a scene for a film.

But Schroeter did not know that.

“Drop the gun! Reduce the gun now!” Schroeter cries in human anatomy camera footage published following the incident. Duff then turns toward the officer and takes his mask off; a shot is fired by Schroeter and reproduces his requests for Duff to lose his weapon.

“We are doing a movie!” Duff states after diminishing the weapon and taking off the mask.

The officer then requests him to get around the ground. Duff complies and then yells to someone inside the bar, “You guys better get out here, man.”

The officer tells them to stay inside, although someone begins to come out the doorway.

Police said neither the production firm nor the bar owners told them that a film was being shot in the region. It did not help that the performers and filming gear were within the business, making it tough to be aware that a film was being shot.

Duff was put into custody until police could affirm that he was part of a film scene.

“We could not understand the police, so when the actor left the building we had no understanding any police had even arrived in the scene,” Montgomery County Movies proprietor Philip Demoret told WXIN.

No charges had been filed in relation to the case. Demoret said he planned to utilize Crawfordsville police so that something like this does not occur.