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Yes, Breaking Bad's Schraderbräu Beers Are Coming
 2019-03-21 15:41:48 ET by Jack Anderson



Admirers of the critically acclaimed TV series Breaking Bad were hoping for it, now it is a reality. Actor Dean Norris and Sony have teamed up to produce a real beer out of the Breaking Bad series. As you probably remember, Norris' character, Hank Schrader, was producing his own beer in his garage - the famous garage where Walter White would ultimately confront him and suggest him to... tread lightly.

Norris hopes that consumers will be able to drink his proud beer somewhere this Summer. "We took a lot of time and effort to create a beer (the research was quite enjoyable!) that is worthy of the show and its incredible fans," said the actor slash beer producer. "We think the result is fantastic. Or to put it another way, it's a beer that has been brewed to silky perfection."

The beers will be available to purchase online at [urlhttps://schraderbrau.com]schraderbrau.com[/url].

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Lady Gaga Reveals Being Pregnant With... LG6!
 2019-03-13 03:13:43 ET by Jack Anderson



Following the close relationship between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, social medias were keen to start spreading rumors about a possible loving relationship.

When asked about those rumors recently, on the Jimmy Kimmel show, Gaga shared that, according to her, "social media, quite frankly, is the toilet of the Internet."

Unfortunately, the so-called toilet of the Internet went so far as to say that Lady Gaga was pregnant with Cooper's baby.

In a very ironic tweet, Lady Gaga shut down the controversy by announcing that, yes, she was pregnant, with her latest album, that should be coming somewhere this year.



#LG6 refers to the sixth studio album of the artist, after having released The Fame, Born This Way, Artpop, Cheek to Cheek (with Tony Bennett) and Joanne.

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Actor Luke Perry Passed Away at 52
 2019-03-04 13:31:34 ET by Jack Anderson



We are very sorry to announce that actor Luke Perry has passed away. He was only 52 and will forever be remembered as the enigmatic character Dylan from Beverly Hills 90210.

Perry, who was still actively acting in movies and TV series such as Riverdale, had been suffering a major stroke a couple of days ago and was rushed to the hospital.

We share our sincere apologies to his family, friends and fans from all over the world. He will be missed.

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Leaving Neverland Trailer Is Out
 2019-02-19 14:24:03 ET by Jack Anderson



HBO released just an hour ago the first (and probably only) trailer of the shocking documentary Leaving Neverland, telling the stories of both Wade Robson and James Safechuck and their relationship with the famous singer Michael Jackson.

Watch it below:


The four-hour two-part documentary will air on March 3 and 4.

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Tolkien Biopic Trailer
 2019-02-15 16:06:23 ET by Jack Anderson



As you probably know by now, at TVore.com, we love movies and books. Therefore, we couldn't pass the chance to share with all of you the new trailer of the movie Tolkien, a biopic based on J.R.R. Tolkien's early life.

Produced by Fox Searchlight Pictures, Tolkien explores the formative years of the orphaned author as he finds friendship, love and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school. This takes him into the outbreak of World War I, which threatens to tear the “fellowship” apart. All of these experiences would inspire Tolkien to write his famous Middle-Earth novels.


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Red Carpet Cancelled For Liam Neeson's Movie Premiere
 2019-02-06 14:48:42 ET by Jack Anderson



As we reported yesterday, Liam Neeson made the news when he shared a story that took place forty-years ago, when he walked around black neighbourhoods hoping to find a "black bastard" to unleash his hatred, after learning a friend of his was brutally raped by a black man.

Listen to it here:


While Neeson tried to explained himself in an exclusive interview on Good Morning America, the controversy keeps getting momentum, to such an extent that the red carpet will be removed from the premiere of his new film Cold Pursuit. The screening will still take place though.

On a more interesting note, it is important to mention that the actor did not get caught in a gotcha-type question, neither did he face any outside revelation. He simply shared a dark incident that took place in his life in an honest way.
The problem is that we live in an era where social media plays a fundamental role. You cannot hide anymore. Everything sticks. And while there has always been celebrities that were loved before being hated, the level is much more profound these days and it will probably not change anytime soon.

The question remains. Will Liam Neeson's career fade away simply because he shared a controversial moment in his life? Can public figures show honesty even if it does not please the media? While we won't answer those questions, we can only reflect on what's happening and regret that the media (including social media) can, at times, be much more violent than justice itself.

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Liam Neeson Clarifies Controversial Revenge Remarks
 2019-02-05 13:13:11 ET by Jack Anderson



During an interview, Irish actor Liam Neeson was asked if he had some inspiration when it comes to revenge, a theme very common in Neeson's career. The actor went on to explain that one of his friend was raped and that when he learned about it, he went out wanting to kill a "black b*stard."

Obviously, the comment raised eyebrows to such an extent that Neeson had to appear in the media and explain his remark. Watch his appearance on Good Morning America below:


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Alfonso Cuaron Wins DGA Award for Roma
 2019-02-03 05:20:58 ET by Jack Anderson



Alfonso Cuaron, director of Gravity and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, has won the Directors Guild Award for his latest film, Roma.

The last time a foreign-language film won such award was eighteen years ago, with Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

If you haven't seen Roma yet, watch the trailer below:


The film is available on Netflix.

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Zack Snyder's New Project: A Zombie Movie
 2019-01-30 07:43:16 ET by Jack Anderson



The last time filmmaker Zack Snyder worked on a project was for the 2017 DC movie "Justice League". As most of you know, he abandoned the movie when his daughter, Autumn Snyder, committed suicide. Although some argues that Snyder wanted to continue being part of the film and that it was actually Warner Bros. who fired him from the film.

Whatever the cause, this is now in the past and Snyder is back to shoot a new film. We have learned that his next project will be a Zombie movie, titled "Army of the Dead". Written by Joby Harold, the movie will follow a group of mercenaries during a zombie outbreak taking place in Los Angeles.
Produced by Netflix, the film could have a budget of about 90 million dollars.

After being tied with Warner Bros. as part of the DC Extended Universe, Zack Snyder said that "there are no handcuffs on me at all with this one."

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July 17, 2020: The Next Christopher Nolan Movie!
 2019-01-26 13:06:59 ET by Jack Anderson



Every movie from Christopher Nolan is a groundbreaking event. The last one was Dunkirk, which was released in July 2017. Now, Warner Bros. has announced that the next film from Nolan will be released on July 17, 2020.

As of right now, there is strictly no other information on the project, aside from the opening date and the fact that the movie will be, according to the studio, "an event".

Christopher Nolan has become a cult filmmaker over the years, with a filmography mostly made out of very positive to ecstatic reviews. Like a Swiss clockwork, the director has been releasing a film every two to three years, as you can see below. This time will not be an exception.

1998: Following
2000: Memento
2002: Insomnia
2005: Batman Begins
2006: The Prestige
2008: The Dark Knight
2010: Inception
2012: The Dark Knight Rises
2014: Interstellar
2017: Dunkirk

In his already impressive career, Christopher Nolan directed thrillers (Memento, The Prestige), a War film (Dunkirk), a Space movie (Interstellar), a superhero trilogy (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises) and more. Therefore, the big question is now what will be the genre of his next film? Nolan being a very eclectic director, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him directing a film in a totally new genre.

The director is often compared with Stanley Kubrick, who also directed films with similar genres. Could his next project be a History movie, like Spartacus? Or an adaptation of a classic novel such as Lolita? Or actually, could it be a horror movie such as The Shining? What is certain is that we should get the answer very soon.

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