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‘The Feed’ Comedy Series Parodies Social Media Obsessed World

Written, directed and edited by Jeff Cerulli, ‘The Feed’ series debuts July 25 with new episodes posting weekly. Watch the pilot now.

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After receiving attention for one of his politically charged status updates on Facebook, Jeff quickly becomes addicted to the likes and shares, letting his new found “influence” go to his head. He now treats his newsfeed like a publication and turns his living room into a newsroom, hiring a small team consisting of an over achieving intern (TJ Del Reno) and a disinterested field reporter with a famous war correspondent father (Cate Weinberg). Jeff tries to scoop CNN, Reuters and by far his biggest competitor, Robbie Taylor’s (Harry Terjanian) Facebook newsfeed in The Feed.

Written, directed and edited by Jeff Cerulli, The Feed series debuts July 25 with new episodes posting weekly.

Watch the pilot episode now:

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Rob Zombie To Direct Sequel To ‘The Devil’s Rejects’

Given the finality of the way the original ended, the upcoming film is speculated to be another spinoff or possibly a prequel.

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According to Bloody Disgusting, Rob Zombie is directing a sequel to The Devil’s Rejects, the 2005 spinoff of his directorial debut, House Of 1,000 Corpses (2003).

Given the finality of the way the original ended, a true sequel seems unlikely. Therefore, the site speculates it will be another spinoff or possibly a prequel, being that the the murderous Firefly family from The Devil’s Rejects is presumed dead.

Rob has made no secret of his interest in making another movie based on the characters from The Devil’s Rejects. He told Fangoria Legends in a 2014 interview: “I’ve always thought I’d like to make another movie, because I love the characters, and I have an idea I think is solid for a third one — an idea that would make sense. The problem is I don’t own the characters now. They’re owned by Lionsgate, and they just don’t have any desire to do anything. So it isn’t me not doing it because I don’t want to; I don’t have the ability to get it done.”

A musician, filmmaker, and author, Rob Zombie has directed seven feature films, including the recent 31, which premiered at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, and The Lords Of Salem, which premiered at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival. His other directing credits include the 2007 re-imagining of John Carpenter’s Halloween, plus its sequel, Halloween 2. Rob Zombie also developed his own comic book series into an R-rated animated feature, The Haunted World Of El Superbeasto.

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Iron Maiden’s Eddie Invades ‘Angry Birds Evolution’

Eddie will be a special playable character as “Eddie The Bird” in “Angry Birds Evolution” this Halloween season.

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Run to the hills as Rovio Entertainment, the creators of the international phenomenon “Angry Birds,” pays tribute to heavy metal legends Iron Maiden with an epic Halloween collaboration in “Angry Birds Evolution.”

As one of the most recognizable figures in the world of metal, Eddie, the iconic mascot of Iron Maiden, will be a special playable character as “Eddie The Bird” in “Angry Birds Evolution” this Halloween season.

“Our team is filled with massive Iron Maiden fans and Eddie was both our first choice and a natural fit in ‘Angry Birds Evolution’,” said Miika Tams, VP games and product lead for “Angry Birds Evolution.” “It’s about time his status as a true rock icon was celebrated and we know that fans will love seeing Eddie The Bird raise hell on Bird Island!”

Players can crank up their “Angry Birds Evolution” team on October 18 during a special two-week character event for the most metal Halloween ever! Players who successfully recruit Eddie The Bird to their team during that time will be able to keep him forever.

“When you get a call from Rovio, one of the biggest entertainment companies in the world, confessing that they are Maiden fans and want to celebrate Halloween with Eddie, you just have to take notice,” said Llexi Leon, interactive creative director at Phantom Music Management. “They have outdone themselves with this incredible tribute to Maiden and the opportunity to share the band’s music with their millions of players around the world. I really can’t wait to play him and skittle those pigs!”

To celebrate Eddie The Bird’s arrival in a big way, there will be four evolutions of the character to represent different albums from Iron Maiden’s storied history. In addition, the Bird Island will be transformed into a Halloween-themed heavy metal oasis with a land full of hair-raising and loving tributes to Eddie, Iron Maiden and the heavy metal universe.

Rovio is also planning to offer fans some exclusive Eddie The Bird merchandise, made available for a limited time during this unique event.

Finally, look out for Eddie The Bird migrating to Iron Maiden’s own “Iron Maiden: Legacy Of The Beast” mobile RPG in 2018.

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Rodney Carrington Premieres ‘Here Comes The Truth’

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Fans of Rodney Carrington, one of America’s best-loved and commercially-successful comedians, are in luck with two new releases this week that will look to enhance his reputation as a funny man who continues to deliver the goods. The Laughter’s Good recording artist released a Netflix-only special today entitled Here Comes The Truth, and also issued an album of the same performance, available through iTunes and Google Play.

Recorded before a live audience at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Here Comes The Truth offers his devoted fan following a no-holds-barred look at life and love – in a unique way that only Carrington can deliver. With track titles such as “I’m Fat,” “Viagra,” and “The Marriage Advice Song,” both the special and the recording are sure to put smiles on plenty of faces throughout the world.

While Carrington is no stranger to recorded success – with nine successful albums to his credit, it’s on stage where the performer truly shines, ranking as one of the top-grossing comedians in America, according to Pollstar. Carrington – who has over one million followers via social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter – will be on tour heavily to promote the new release, with one of the highlights of his itinerary being a ten-night stint at the David Copperfield Theater at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino December 7 – 16 during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Long a fan favorite during the event, Carrington has brought his entertaining style to attendees for well over a decade.

A native of Longview, Texas, Carrington first came to prominence with a series of appearances on morning radio shows across the United States, such as The Bob & Tom Show. That exposure led to him becoming one of the most sought-after comedians on the live comedy circuit. In 1998, he released his debut album, Hangin’ With Rodney, which led to a successful string of albums, including Rodney Carrington Live, Nut Sack, and Morning Wood, which was certified Gold for sales of 500,000 copies – a rare occurrence for a comedian in the 2000s. He has also brought his considerable talents to the big screen, appearing with Toby Keith in Beer For My Horses, and his own ABC-TV sitcom, appropriately titled Rodney, which ran for two successful seasons.

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‘Kids React To Motley Crue’ Is Insanely Hilarious

Kids, ages 7 to 13, react to clips of legendary heavy metal band, Mötley Crüe, performing some of their biggest hits.

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In the latest music edition of The Fine Brothers’ “Kids React” series, a group of kids, ages 7 to 13, react to clips of legendary heavy metal band, Mötley Crüe, performing some of their biggest hits, including “Looks That Kill,” “Home Sweet Home,” “Girls, Girls, Girls,” and more.

Things kick off with “Looks That Kill,” and the over the top theatricality throws the kids for a loop immediately. They’re unable to tell whether or not Vince Neil is a boy or a girl, one kid going so far as to saying they look like a “rip off KISS.”

Always funny. Sometimes a little depressing! Definitely worth watching.

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Watch Sting React As José Feliciano Destroys ‘Every Breath You Take’

This happened at the Polar Music Prize where the Police legend was one of two people honored with Sweden’s annual music prize.

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Imagine writing a song that sold more than any other in the year it was released. The year was 1983 and the song was “Every Breath You Take” by The Police.

Now imagine having that song performed in front of you – badly – with cameras focused on you to capture every menacing face and reaction you can’t help but express.

This happened to Sting at the Polar Music Prize where the Police legend was one of two people honored with Sweden’s annual music prize.

Before Sting was presented with the award, Puerto Rican guitar legend José Feliciano played a wretched cover of “Every Breath You Take” alongside Serbian-born singer Jelena Krstic.

Watch the awful performance just for Sting’s entertaining reactions.

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