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Get Shorty’s Lead Role Was Written For Danny DeVito, And Only One Major Change Was Made For John Travolta
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The Best Movies Streaming For Free On Vudu Right Now

Vudu has free movies. Lots and lots of free movies.

Chicago Fire Star Has Joined Epix's Get Shorty, But What About Season 8?

A Chicago Fire star has joined Get Shorty, and we have some questions.

What Topher Grace Has Been Up To Since That '70s Show

Spoiler alert, not the same old thing he did last week.

Ray Romano Has A New TV Show At An Unexpected Network

In the span after Everybody Loves Raymond went off the air, Ray Romano has made some interesting career decisions, going from TBS to NBC and then to HBO. His next project will take him somewhere completely different, but for something awesome.

Get Shorty Is Becoming A TV Show, Here's The Latest

The recent onslaught of film-to-TV adaptations isn’t going to ease up anytime soon, so it's good that some of them are based on great books. Elmore Leonard's Get Shorty is the latest to get the call.

10 Great Movies To Watch Before Netflix Gets Rid Of Them On April 1

The clock is ticking yet again, folks. As we get towards the end of the month, that means that Netflix’s rights to certain films are about to expire, and that means it’s time for a serious crunch session. But which are the titles that you should be watching before they head off the streaming service? That’s what we’re here to tell you!

Can You Name These 11 Recognizable Movie Henchmen?

Most of us love villains. Even if we root against them, deep down we can’t get enough of their nefarious little schemes and their incessant plotting. Done correctly, they can be the most memorable things about superhero/ gangster/ crime/ high school movies. But it’s time we took a step back and realized these sociopaths, murderers, assholes, douche bags, bitches and bloodsuckers don’t act alone.

5 Great Elmore Leonard Adaptations To Honor The Author's Long Career

Elmore Leonard will forever go down in history as one of Hollywood’s greatest sources of inspiration. Beginning his career in the early 1950s writing short stories (mostly in the Western genre), the author’s first adaptation, 3:10 To Yuma, was made in 1957 and his work has served as source material for a seemingly countless number of films and television shows since.

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