Hollywood News FRIDAY January 30, 2015



LAST MAN STANDING (ABC) Eve breaks up with her beau and claims to be fine, but her loved ones aren't so sure, and they all have opinions on how         she should handle her post-breakup feelings. Meanwhile, Kristin and Mandy go wedding-dress shopping and get into a dispute about Kyle.

CRISTELA (ABC) Daniela thinks Cristela is neglecting her health, but a visit to a clinic reveals surprising news.

SHARK TANK (ABC) Transplanted Parisians offer the Sharks a taste of their grandmother's almond-water recipe; a NYC city duo look for an investment              in their eco-friendly pizza box; a San Francisco entrepreneur claims to have come up with a "game changer in real-estate investing"; and cousins             from Utah pitch their idea for sanitizing germ-ridden cell phones.

20/20 (ABC) Investigative reporting.

UNDERCOVER BOSS (CBS) Jessica Herrin, CEO and Founder of Stella & Dot, a leading global direct sales company with its own boutique-style jewelry    and accessories line, goes on an undercover journey to discover the real gems working within her company.

HAWAII FIVE-0 (CBS) A patient with a contagious and deadly strain of bird flu is kidnapped.

BLUE BLOODS (CBS) When a homeowner shoots an intruder, surprising information is revealed.

WORLD’S FUNNIEST FAILS (FOX) Comics Julian McCullough, Josh Wolf and Jamie Lee analyze popular videos from the Internet.

GLEE (FOX) Sue tries to mend relationships; Kitty helps Rachel with her set list for the invitational.

CONSTANTINE (NBC) A group of Ivy University students test a disturbing theory in an experiment that goes horribly wrong when they find a way to an        alternate dimension where they encounter a maniacal killer.

GRIMM (NBC) Captain Renard seeks assistance from a mystical woman from his past; at the same time, Nick and Hank investigate a shocking homicide at             an abandoned residence that is allegedly haunted, leading many locals to believe a ghost is the culprit.

DATELINE NBC (NBC) Investigative journalism.

BRING IT (LIFE) Tension runs high as the Dancing Dolls face archrival the Divas of Olive Branch for the first time since losing to them in the Battle                 Royale. Miss D hires male choreographers to give her girls an aggressive edge in the Hip Hop Trio category. Meanwhile, Selena and Tawantza                 bond; and Miss D and the Divas' coach get into a verbal confrontation that leads one of them to make a surprising decision.

JIMMY KIMMEL (ABC) repeat. Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Omar Epps, Steel Panther

DAVID LETTERMAN (CBS) Scheduled: Brian Kiley, Ben Howard

CRAIG FERGUSON (CBS) Scheduled: Ben Schwartz, Eric Andre, Beth Stern, Death Cab for Cutie, guest host Adam Pally

TONIGHT SHOW/JIMMY FALLON (NBC) repeat Don Cheadle, Kate Bosworth, Lecrae

LATE NIGHT/SETH MEYERS (NBC) repeat Lauren Graham, Rainn Wilson, Brian Michael Bendis

LAST CALL WITH CARSON DALY (NBC) repeat. Gillian Anderson, Alt-J, “Thug Kitchen”


Saturday, January 31st

X GAMES (ABC) From Aspen, Colo.

UNFORGETTABLE MOMENTS OF LOVE ON ICE (ABC) Olympic medalists skate to love-inspired music performed by O.A.R.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL (CBS) Arkansas at Florida.

PGA GOLD TOUR (CBS)Waste Management Phoenix Open, Third Round. From TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Ariz.

NFL HONORS (NBC) Honoring the best athletes and performances of the 2014 season.

RED BAND SOCIETY (FOX) An unexpected return reveals a betrayal; one of the kids fights for freedom; a battle is lost.

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS (PBS) The Black Keys perform songs from "Turn Blue"; J. Roddy Walston and his trio perform.

THE MUSKETEERS (BBCA) A Spanish general offers to hand over the formula of a unique and deadly gunpowder in exchange for help rescuing his                 kidnapped daughter. Meanwhile, the dauphin becomes gravely ill and Constance risks everything to save him.

MYTHBUSTERS (DISC) Adam and Jamie challenge the science of virtual worlds from video games.

AMERICAN UNEARTHED (HIST) season finale. In the conclusion of the two-part season finale, Forensic Geologist Scott Wolter uncovers shocking new         secrets and sites, both stateside and abroad, linking the Knights Templar to cryptic symbols he believes represent one thing--a connection to Jesus's      rumored bloodline.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE (NBC) Scheduled: J.K. Simmons hosts, D’Angelo performs.


Sunday, February 1st

PGA TOUR GOLF (CBS) Waste Management Phoenix Open, Final Round. From TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona.

60 MINUTES PRESENTS: THE MANY SOUNDS OF MUSIC (CBS) Musician Dave Grohl and rock band Foo Fighters; Blake Shelton; replicating                 Stradivarius violins.

SUPER BOWL XLIX PREGAME (NBC) Bob Costas and the "Football Night in America" crew preview Super Bowl XLIX. From Glendale, Ariz.

SUPER BOWL XLIX (NBC) The defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks take on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

THE BLACKLIST (NBC) When Red is arrested and held at a detention facility, Liz and the task force set out to save him.

DOWNTON ABBEY (PBS) Rose makes a new acquaintance; Edith's link to Marigold attracts attention.

SHAMELESS (SHO) Frank tries to retrace his steps after an epic bender to find what he did with his six-figure insurance settlement; Gus admits he is falling      in love with Fiona; Lip visits Amanda in Miami; Carl starts a new job as a drug dealer; Debbie develops a new crush; Debbie begins training at                 Derek's boxing gym; Kev blows off a date because he doesn't want to leave the girls with a sitter.

HOUSE OF LIES (SHO) Marty devises a last-ditch plan when the Gage presentation falls apart and it includes orchestrating a move that a volatile Ellis                 doesn't want. Meanwhile, Jeannie meets with a headhunter in her job search; and Doug petitions to join Clyde and Kelsey's new business venture.



Black or White - A grieving widower is drawn into a custody battle over his granddaughter, whom he helped raise her entire life. Stars: Kevin Costner,                 Octavia Spencer, Gillian Jacobs, Anthony Mackie 

Project Almanac - A group of teens discover secret plans of a time machine, and construct one. However, things start to get out of control. Stars: Amy                 Landecker, Sofia Black-D'Elia, Virginia Gardner, Jonny Weston 

The Loft - Five married guys conspire to secretly share a penthouse loft in the city--a place where they can carry out hidden affairs and indulge in their                 deepest fantasies. But the fantasy becomes a nightmare when they discover the dead body of an unknown woman in the loft, and they realize one          of the group must be involved. Stars: Karl Urban, James Marsden, Wentworth Miller, Eric Stonestreet 

Amira & Sam  - An army veteran's unlikely romance with an Iraqi immigrant is put to the test when she is faced with the prospect of deportation. Stars:       Martin Starr, Dina Shihabi, Paul Wesley, Laith Nakli 

Timbuktu (2014) - A look at the brief occupation of Timbuktu by militant Islamic rebels.  Stars: Ibrahim Ahmed, Abel Jafri, Toulou Kiki, Layla Walet                 Mohamed



Sco-Mule - by Gov't Mule                                                                      Voyage by George Ezra

F.E.A.R.by Papa Roach                                                                         Only To Rise by Sweet & Lynch

Celloverse by 2Cellos                                                                             Alpha by Periphery

Omega by Periphery                                                                              Then Came the Morning by Lone Bellow

The Phosphorescent Blues by Punch Brothers                                     Forever Charlie by Charlie Wilson



Fury                                                    Book of Life

The Judge                                            My Old Lady

Before I Go to Sleep                             The Remaining

Falcon Rising                                       Days and Nights

Big Driver                                            Masterpiece: Downton Abbey Season 5

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis        Miss Meadows

Open Windows                                    Color of Time



Arthur's Fountain Abbey

Downton Abbey


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Season 5 (Blu-ray)

Goof Troop


Have Yourself A Goofy Little Christmas

Mama's Family


Mama's Favorites: Season 4

Regular Show


Vol. 7: Mordecai Pack



Collection 1


Adam Lambert Reveals Album Title - Adam Lambert’s upcoming album has a name. The former “American Idol” contestant, who turned 33 yesterday,  revealed on Twitter that his album will be titled “The Original High,” with a single expected to drop in April...The album, Lambert’s first on his new label Warner Bros., will be produced by  Max Martin and Shellback. "I think people are going to be really surprised," Lambert told Billboard. "The album feels like a new era for me -- emotionally, lyrically, sonically. It feels fresh, it feels new. It's still me. It's still stuff that fans know and love but it's a new chapter 100 percent."


“Big Bang Theory” Star on Broadway: We knew that Jim Parsons was a big deal, but who knew he could be God? People says that’s the role he’ll be playing when he returns to Broadway to star in “An Act of God.” David Javerbaum, the Emmy-winning head writer and executive producer of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” wrote the comedy. Previews start on Tuesday, May 5th with a Thursday, May 28th opening date.


Stanley Tucci welcomes a son: Stanley Tucci is a dad again! Tucci and wife Felicity Blunt welcomed their first child together, Matteo Oliver, and Tucci's fourth. Fun fact, this baby is Emily Blunt and John Krasinski's nephew. Felicity and Emily are sisters!


Gene Hackman is Not Dead - Fear not, Gene Hackman is still with us. Twitter was chock full of tributes to the actor after Grantland posted an article titled "The Greatest Living American Actor at 85: Gene Hackman Is Gone But Still in Charge."...One of those mourning Hackman's so-called death was actor Dylan McDermott, who wrote "Rest in Peace." When he figured it was some kind of "hoax" he wrote that "people have too much damn time on their hands." Grantland change the word "gone" to "retired" and added an update saying the actor is "very much alive."...Hackman's rep confirmed to ABC News that the actor is still kicking. It's actually his 85th birthday today!


Chevy Chase Given Nine Months to Live -- by the "National Enquirer!" - Let’s hope that Chevy Chase has his affairs in order. Why? Because the National Enquirer is saying that he has about nine months to live...Apparently medical experts told the gossip rag that Chase’s yo-yo dieting, heart condition, past drug addictions, battle with depression, and struggles with alcoholism have shaved years off his life span. Dr. Stuart Fischer – an internist who has NOT treated the “Saturday Night Live” legend – said, “This could very well be the last year of his life.”...Of course, Chevy isn’t the first celebrity the Enquirer has tried to kill off. Kirstie Alley, Macauley Culkin, Angelina Jolie, and Liza Minnelli have all been predicted to die. And they’re all still around.


Person Dies on Martin Scorsese's Set - Martin Scorsese's movie "Silence" is not getting off to a good start. According to "The Hollywood Reporter," Scorsese chose to film at CMPC Studios in Taiwan on fellow Academy Award winning director Ang Lee's recommendation...An office ceiling on the backlot of the studio collapsed, injuring two and killing a third. "Our studio was rented for the use of a production team. The production team has hired contractors to build sets, and the construction has led to an accident, injuring the contractors," a statement from the studio reads. "The production team immediately reported the accident to the emergency services, while our company also gave assistance. Our company and the production team had reached an agreement for the production team to be held responsible for the health and safety of the personnel of the studio and the set." There's no word yet on how this will affect the movie..."Silence" is currently in preproduction and stars Liam Neeson, Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver, is an adaptation of a Shusaku Endo novel.


"Ted 2" trailer released: The first official "Ted 2" trailer is here. In the two-and-a-half minute clip, we find out Ted is going to have proof he's a human in order to have a child with his new wife. There are car crashes, booze, and sperm jokes, so it's pretty likely "Ted 2" will please its audience. The movie hits theaters on June 26th. Check out the trailer to the right.


Brangelina to Strike Again: Brad Pitt has been collaborating behind the scenes with Angelina Jolie for years, but “By the Sea” was their first time she had directed him. It apparently was good for him because The Wrap says he’s in negotiations to star in “Africa” for her. It’s the story of Richard Leakey, the archaeologist who became a staunch defender of elephants against poachers in Kenya in the late 1980s.


Another "Insurgent" trailer released: For those "Insurgent" fans who don't plan on watching the Super Bowl, you can still catch the promo set to air during the game. The 80-second spot features Shailene Woodley and the evil Kate Winslet. “The Divergent Series: Insurgent” opens on March 20th. Check out the trailer to the right.


Eddie Murphy Returns to "SNL" to Celebrate 40 Years - Eddie Murphy became a household name because of “Saturday Night Live” over 30 years ago. Now NBC News says he’s planning to return to the show to celebrate its 40th anniversary...Murphy joined “SNL” in 1981 at the tender age of 19 – the second youngest performer in the show’s history. The last time was on “SNL” was December 15th, 1984 as a host – 10 months after leaving the show as a cast member. Some of his iconic characters include Buckwheat, Gumby, and Mr. Robinson...So what took Eddie so long to come back to “SNL?” He said, “It just never worked out where the timing was right for me to do it.” The “Saturday Night Live” 40th anniversary special airs live on Sunday, February 15th on NBC.


The "American Idol" Recap - Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, and Harry Connick Jr. wrapped the “American Idol” auditions in San Francisco last night. Next week is Hollywood Week, with more than 2-hundred hopefuls getting whittled down to 24. The fun begins on “American Idol” on Wednesday at 8pm ET on Fox.


Super Bowl Alternatives

    “The Toddler Bowl” (TLC, Discovery Life Channel, and Discovery Family Channel) – This competition follows kids ages      one to three as they are put through a series of challenges designed to show what their muscles are made of and boost    their brains.

    “The Puppy Bowl” (Animal Planet) – If you can’t afford to advertise during the Super Bowl – which is selling 30 seconds for       somewhere in the $4-point-5 million dollar range, you might want to consider getting ads for this one. You can scoop up         a 30-second spot for only $100-thousand dollars.

    “The Walking Dead” marathon (AMC) – This one should be interesting because “The Walking Dead” has beat “Sunday Night   Football” five out of the eight times they’ve been matched up.

    Other networks featuring marathons include BBC America with “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” Bravo’s “The Real             Housewives of Atlanta,” Investigation Discovery’s “Wives with Knives,” and Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele.”


Shark Week Turning into Shark Month - Who needs Shark Week when you can have a whole summer dedicated to the creature? That's how Discovery Channel feels. "Entertainment Weekly" is reporting the network is scrapping Shark Week for the Summer of Shark...Kicking off in July, the two months of programming, which might just be the most shark programming ever, will include a trip to Cuba, New Zealand, and plenty of spots in the U.S. Favorites from the 29 Shark Weeks gone by are also returning, like "Air Jaws" and "Great White Serial Killer." They do have two months to fill out...Summer of the Shark starts on July 5th and runs through August.


What's Up with "Dowton Abbey's" Sixth Season?

    Is "Dowton Abbey" on its way out after Season Six?

    The Mirror says yes because writer Julian Fellowes -- who writes every episode -- is working on a new show.

    Meanwhile "Dowton's" executive producer Gareth Naeme didn't confirm or deny the report.

    He says they plan the show from year to year and he's ready to get the cameras rolling next month.

    Season Five is currently airing Sunday nights on PBS.


"Flight of the Conchords" might be touring: "Flight of the Conchords" ended their show after the second season, but the band might be getting back together. According to member Jemaine Clement, he's looking to get back to his music with partner in folk crime Bret McKenzie. The duo is reportedly planning a US tour for later this year, but it "isn't very solid yet."


"Bob's Burgers" cookbook in the works: Ever wanted to make your own "I Know Why the Cajun Burger Sings"? Now you can! A cookbook based on "Bob's Burgers" is going to get published. There's no release date as of now, but the show's creator, Loren Bouchard, is on board as illustrator. 


Lawyer says Suge Knight was behind wheel in deadly crash - Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight accidentally ran over and killed a friend and injured another man on Thursday as he fled attackers, his lawyer said. Authorities said the incident was being investigated as a homicide...


AP Source: Missy Elliott to join Perry for Super Bowl half - Missy Elliott is going to "Work It" at the Super Bowl with Katy Perry...A person familiar with the plans for Sunday's halftime show told The Associated Press on Thursday that Grammy winner Elliott is slated to make a surprise appearance during Perry's performance...Elliott was featured on a remix of Perry's song "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" in 2011.


Kim Kardashian, other celebrities appear in Super Bowl ads - Along with puppies and babies, celebrities are a Super Bowl advertising staple. And this year is no exception...Using stars is a surefire way to grab attention during advertising's most competitive night, when a crowded field of 40-plus marketers vie for the attention of the more than 110 million viewers expected to tune in to the Super Bowl on Sunday...This year, advertisers are choosing quirkier celebrities and poking fun at bigger names. For instance, Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel make fun of their inability to understand the Internet in 1994 in a BMW ad. And character actors Steve Buscemi and Danny Trejo star in a Snickers spot.

            Snickers "The Brady Bunch" - In keeping with its 5-year-old "You're Not You When You're Hungry," campaign that      shows hungry people resembling humorous celebrities, Snickers 30-second ad recreates the famous Brady Bunch episode             in which the oldest daughter, Marcia, gets hit in the nose with a football. Florence Henderson and action movie   "Machete" star Danny Trejo also make appearances.

BMW "Newfangled Idea" - In order to promote its new all-electric BMW i3 in a 60-second spot, BMW enlisted former "Today"           show hosts Couric and Gumbel to recreate a 1994 on-air conversation when they tried to figure out what the @ symbol   in an email address meant. "Alison," Couric says to an off camera producer in the 1994 clip, "can you explain what     Internet is?" The ad flashes forward to today, when the duo are in a BMW's i3 similarly confused. "Big ideas take a little           getting used to," copy states.

Squarespace "Dreaming With Jeff" - The website publisher isn't releasing its full 30-second spot until game time but a teaser ad           shows a bearded "The Big Lebowski" actor Jeff Bridges recording relaxing sounds for an album called "Jeff Bridges             Sleeping Tapes." The company plans to sell the resulting tapes in cassette-tape and vinyl form and the tracks are free to           stream online. Squarespace CEO Anthony Casalena said the idea is that any idea can be presented via a Squarespace          platform.

T-Mobile hired Kim Kardashian for a 30-second spoof on public service announcements. It pokes fun at Kardashian's constant           online presence. She makes a plea to save people's unused data taken back by wireless carriers. She laments that the data     could have been used to see Kardashian's makeup, vacations and outfits. "Please help save the data," she pleads. The ad promotes T-Mobile's service that lets users keep their unused data for a year.

Kia "The Perfect Getaway" - Kia's ad spoofs Pierce Brosnan's action-movie persona. In the ad, an agent describes a perfect part      for Brosnan, who once played James Bond. Brosnan keeps expecting evil villains or explosions, but instead the agent    describes a Kia ad in which Brosnan drives to a snowy cabin in a 2016 Sorento. The tagline is "The perfect getaway             vehicle."



lberg, Tanishq Abraham, George Ezra - We all know that each year the GRAMMYs likes to match up artists for some interesting collaborative performances, and this year is no exception.  Pairs set for the February 8th telecast include Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, as well as “Voice” judges Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani, Annie Lennox and newcomer Hozier and Jessie J with Tom Jones...Other artists already announced to perform this year include: Madonna, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Pharrell Williams, AC/DC. John Legend and Common and Usher.


 “Uptown Funk!” Number One Again - We all apparently love that “Uptown Funk!” For the fourth week in a row the Mark Ronson track, featuring Bruno Mars,  is sitting on top the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In addition, the song jumps to number one on the Radio Songs and Streaming Songs charts, and remains on top the Digital Songs chart for a fifth week...Remaining at number two for a second week is Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking out Loud,” followed by Hozier’s “Take Me To Church,”  and Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” and “Shake it Off.”


Fall Out Boy Land Third Number One Album - Fall Out Boy is proving that rock is not dead. The band’s latest CD “American Beauty/American Psycho” debuted at number one on the Billboard Album chart this week. FOB moved 218,000 copies, to land them their third number one album of their career (the others being 2007’s “Infinity on High” and  2013’s “Save Rock and Roll”)...Meanwhile, back on the chart, Taylor Swift’s “1989” holds steady at number two, moving an additional 119,000 records, followed by last week’s number one, Meghan Trainor’s “Title” at three, Ed Sheeran’s “x” at four and Joey Bada$$ at five with “B4.Da.$$.”


Imagine Dragons Taking Their Show to the Sky - The sky is literally the limit for Imagine Dragons. The band has announced a partnership with Southwest Airlines for a "Live at 35" concert on a plane flying from Las Vegas to Atlanta next month...As if that weren't enough, the concert is part of the Destination Dragons tour that involves four stops. Starting next Tuesday, fans can enter for a change for themselves and three friends to get the entire four day experience, including the concert at 35,000 feet...Imagine Dragon's next album, "Smoke + Mirrors" will hit shelves on February 17th. Here are the four dates for Destination Dragons:

2/20 - Los Angeles, CA

2/21 - Salt Lake City, UT

2/23 - Las Vegas, NV

2/25 - Atlanta, GA


Does LiLo's Community Service Measure Up? - Has Lindsay Lohan managed to avoid jail once again? We’re not sure. TMZ says that the troubled actress was able to complete her 240 hours of community service at the last minute to satisfy her probation requirement in her 2012 reckless driving case...But now there are questions as to whether what Lindsay did was actually community service. Apparently she was able to pull off 80 hours in just nine days. The Los Angeles City Attorney said that some of her service – like time spent meeting and greeting her fans before and after her London play – like looked fishy...The City Attorney has demanded two weeks to investigate exactly what Lindsay did or didn’t do to complete her time. If everything isn’t up to par, she could end up in the slammer. Stay tuned…


Another Cast Member On Board for "Zoolander 2" - Don’t start eugooglizing the Zoolander sequel yet! We've gotten some more news about the much anticipated "Zoolander 2."...Christine Taylor told "Entertainment Weekly" that she’ll reprise her role as journalist Matilda Jeffries. “I can tell you that I’m involved, but that’s all I can say,” said Taylor, who you may recall is Ben Stiller’s real-life wife...In a November, we found out Penelope Cruz would be joining the really, really, ridiculously good looking cast. We’re still waiting to hear from Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell.


Denzel on "Empire?" - If Lee Daniels has his way, Denzel Washington will be a guest star on “Empire.” Page Six says that the Oscar winner was hanging out with the show’s producer in Hollywood on Saturday, the night before the Screen Actors Guild Awards...Daniels posted an Instagram picture of himself and Denzel with the caption, “Trying to talk this one into doing a guest star on #Empire.”...If Lee is successful, we’ll get to see Washington on Wednesday night’s hip-hop ratings bonanza on Fox.


RuPaul's Drag Race" getting some major star power: A new trailer for the upcoming season of "RuPaul's Drag Race" has been released promising season seven will be  "the most raggedy season ever." Aside from adding "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" alum Carson Kressley and red carpet correspondent Ross Mathews as full time judges, season seven will have some major guest judges. Jessica Alba, Ariana Grande, Kathy Griffin, Demi Lovato, Olivia Newton-John, Alyssa Milano, Jordin Sparks, Kat Dennings, Mel B and John Waters have all signed on.



A look at this year's Razzie nominees

— Worst picture: "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas"; "Left Behind"; "The Legend of Hercules"; "Teenage Mutant Ninja             Turtles"; "Transformers: Age of Extinction."

— Worst actor: Nicolas Cage, "Left Behind"; Kirk Cameron, "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas"; Kellan Lutz, "The Legend of         Hercules"; Seth MacFarlane, "A Million Ways To Die in the West"; Adam Sandler, "Blended."

— Worst actress: Drew Barrymore, "Blended"; Cameron Diaz, "The Other Woman," "Sex Tape"; Melissa McCarthy, "Tammy";        Charlize Theron, "A Million Ways to Die in the West"; Gaia Weiss, "The Legend of Hercules."

— Razzie redeemer award: Ben Affleck; Jennifer Aniston; Mike Myers; Keanu Reeves; Kristen Stewart.

— Worst supporting actress: Cameron Diaz, "Annie"; Megan Fox, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"; Nicola Peltz,             "Transformers: Age of Extinction"; Brigitte Ridenour, "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas"; Susan Sarandon, "Tammy."

— Worst supporting actor: Mel Gibson, "The Expendables 3"; Kelsey Grammer, "The Expendables 3," "Legends of Oz," "Think             Like a Man Too," "Transformers: Age of Extinction"; Shaquille O'Neal, "Blended"; Arnold Schwarzenegger, "The Expendables 3"; Kiefer Sutherland, "Pompeii."

— Worst director: Michael Bay, "Transformers: Age of Extinction"; Darren Doane, "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas"; Renny Harlin, "The Legend of Hercules"; Jonathan Liebesman, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"; Seth MacFarlane, "A Million             Ways To Die in the West."

— Worst screen combo: Kirk Cameron and his ego, "Saving Christmas"; Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron, "A Million             Ways To Die in the West"; any two robots, actors (or robotic actors), "Transformers"; Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel,      "Sex Tape"; Kellan Lutz and either his abs, pecs or glutes, "Legend of Hercules."

— Worst screenplay: "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas"; "Left Behind"; "Sex Tape"; "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles";             "Transformers: Age of Extinction."

— Worst remake, rip-off or sequel: "Annie"; "Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?"; "The Legend of Hercules"; "Teenage Mutant             Ninja Turtles."


What are the Most Anticipated Movies of 2015? - "Variety" has compiled a list of movies that most people seem to be marking their calendars for. Here's the full rundown:

    "Fifty Shades of Grey" (February 13th)                                    "Cinderella" (March 13th)

    "Insurgent"                                                                               "Furious 7" (April 3rd)

    "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (May 1st)                                                    "Pitch Perfect 2" (May 15th)

    "Mad Max" (May 15th)                                                             "Tomorrowland"

    "Jurassic World" (June 12th)                                                     "Inside Out" (June 19th)

    "Ted 2" (June 26th)                                                                   "Terminator: Genisys" (July 1st)

    "Minions" (July 10th)                                                               "Ant-Man" (July 17th)

    "Trainwreck" (July 17th)                                                          "Fantastic Four" (August 7th)

    "Everest" (September 18th)                                                       "The Visit" (September 25th)

    "Crimson Peak" (October 13th)                                                "Spectre" (November 6th)

    "The Hateful Eight" (November 13th)                                      “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (November 20th)

    "The Good Dinosaur" (November 25th)                                   “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (December 18th)

    "Sisters" (starring Tina Fey & Amy Poehler) (December 18th)  “Mission Impossible: 5"  (December 25th)