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Jamie Chung seen at the 'People's Choice Awards' Nominations Press Conference held at The Paley Center for Media, Beverly Hills, California, United States - Tuesday 15th November 2016

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Office Christmas Party Trailer


For many large companies, the office Christmas party are nights that can rapidly descend into mayhem. Free flowing liquor, music, Santa hats and the thought of the Winter Holiday period off work are enough motivation to drive even the most straight of employees to unwind.

Clay Vanstone is part of the family business, out of all their branches, his in the one that's failing and Clay is hardly a usually businessman. His sister, Carol is firm on the idea of closing down his branch but Clay is steadfast in saving the business. 

As the holidays approach, Clay comes up with the great idea of combining the office party with a boozy meeting with some new clients, who, if they win their business would be enough to save their fun-loving branch. 

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Days Of Our Lives 50th Anniversary - Which Minor Actors Made It Big?


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American soap opera 'Days Of Our Lives' mark their 50th anniversary this year, with the show having aired on NBC (and SOAPnet before then) with a massive 12,708 episodes as of October 30th 2015. It's subsequently one of the longest running series in television history, with the first episode having aired on November 8th 1965.

Thus, people have been coming and going from the show for a long time, and if you look back through the soap's history, you'll find a few famous names that you would never have heard of during the 'Days of Our Lives' period of their careers. Either this was the show that kickstarted their careers, or it was an addition to their ever-expanding acting resume.

Vivica A. FoxVivica A. Fox to star in 'Independence Day: Resurgence'

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'Once Upon A Time' Season Five To Feature First LGBT Relationship


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‘Once Upon A Time’s’ upcoming fifth season is to feature the show’s first LGBT relationship, creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have confirmed. The ABC series comes back to US screens later this month and will see the return of Jamie Chung as Mulan.

Jamie ChungJamie Chung will return to ‘Once Upon A Time’ as Mulan this season.

At a screening of the season premiere on Friday, the showrunners were asked by Entertainment Weekly whether upon Mulan’s return to the series, the show would further explore her feelings for Aurora which had been hinted at back in season three.

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Jamie Chung - Hollywood's biggest stars were snapped on the red carpet as they arrived for the 87th Annual Oscars awards ceremony which was held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 201

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'Big Hero 6' Further Merges Disney With Marvel


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After Disney bought Marvel, bringing the Avengers in-house, it didn't take long before producers started going through Marvel's extensive library of comic books in search of a property to develop into an animated adventure. 'Big Hero 6' is the first Disney-Marvel animation project. Although critics have wondered just how much Marvel is left in the movie.

Hiro and Baymax were redesigned to be more 'Disney friendly'
Hiro and Baymax were redesigned to be more 'Disney friendly'

First published in 1998, 'Big Hero 6' was created by Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau in their spare time while they worked on another project. It's about a group of politicians and business owners who recruit and train a team of agents with superhuman powers for the Japanese government.

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Big Hero 6 Review


Good

Fans of bright, flashy things will love this colourful, kinetic animated adventure, although anyone seeking originality or involving characters should probably look elsewhere. This is the first Disney animation based on a Marvel comic book, although they have essentially only retained the title and a vague semi-Asian setting. The result is a film that feels like something you've already seen before, with the usual Disney plot formula, characters and action beats, plus lots of sentimentality. At least it's witty and fast-paced enough to keep us entertained.

The futuristic setting is San Fransokyo, a slightly more Japanese version of San Francisco in which 15-year-old computer-geek orphan Hiro (voiced by Ryan Potter) lives with his Aunt Cass (Maya Rudolph). Both are shaken when Hiro's brother Tadashi dies in an explosion Hiro thinks he might have caused. Then he meets Tadashi's health-care robot invention Baymax (Scott Adsit), a cuddly inflatable creature who just wants to take care of Hiro. He goes along with Hiro's plan to turn him into a fighting machine that helps find the masked man who stole Hiro's microbot invention and actually caused the explosion. Baymax also helps Hiro assemble the Big Hero 6 team, adding Tadashi's nerd-inventor pals: goofy Fred (T.J. Miller), rebellious Go Go (Jamie Chung), nice-guy Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.) and girly Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez). Together they set out to stop the villain before he enacts his nefarious plan.

All of this is animated with bright colours and a snappy sense of the technology. There are several exhilarating set-pieces along the way as the young heroes work out their special powers by inventing all sorts of gadgets. But nothing about the script meaningfully deepens these characters. Each person on-screen is essentially one personality trait, while potentially colourful side roles (including Aunt Cass) are left badly undefined. What holds the interest is the superb interaction between Hiro and Baymax, mainly because of the obvious affection between them. And also because Baymax has all of the film's funniest lines.

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Big Hero 6 Trailer


Hiro Hamada is a young robotics virtuoso whose best friend is a large, balloon-like humanoid machine named Baymax which he designed at the San Fransokyo Institute Of Technology. However, having such expert knowledge in this kind of scientific field is bound to be dangerous and soon enough they find themselves under attack from a vicious enemy who sends his army of miniature robots after them. Going to the police proves fruitless, and so Hiro decides he must fight back. He designs a powerful suit for Baymax and joins a team of like-minded vigilantes who have been appointed by the government to save the world; they are Wasabi-No-Ginger, Honey Lemon, GoGo Tomago and Fred and together they form the ultimate superhero team. Hiro and his friends must uncover the villain's plot of destruction – without breaking curfew.

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Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For - International Trailer


It's all about revenge in Sin City now as the wounded (both physically and mentally) set out on a trail of death and destruction in a bid to make sure justice is served in their town. Dwight McCarthy is on another rescue mission to save an abused wife as Ava Lord claims she is a prisoner at the hands of her wealthy husband Damien. Unfortunately, it seems her intentions are of the dishonest kind. Thought to be have been executed, Marv wakes up among several corpses with little memory of his alleged crimes, but a strong desire for vengeance. Nancy is heartbroken to the point of insanity following  police officer John Hartigan's suicide, and there's no stopping her when she decides to sentence the father of child-killer Roark Junior, Senator Roark, to death. Notorious gambler Johnny is a newbie in the town with his own scores to settle, but it isn't long before he realises he's messing with criminals much bigger than him.

The second instalment of the 'Sin City' film franchise 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' is due for release nearly ten years following the 2005 original. Author of the original graphic novel Frank Miller ('300', 'Batman: The Dark Knight Returns', 'Daredevil: Born Again') has adapted the screenplay and co-directs the movie with Robert Rodriguez ('Machete', 'Once Upon a Time in Mexico', 'From Dusk Till Dawn'). 'Sin City 2' is set to hit UK screens on August 25th 2014.

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Big Hero 6 Trailer


Hiro Hamada is a genius in the field of robotics having designed a powerful humanoid machine named Baymax at the San Fransokyo Institute Of Technology. And it's just as well because now the nation is at risk from a dastardly scheme led by a group of merciless criminals that threatens to tear the technologically advanced world that they know to pieces. Desperate to do something to save his home, he joins together with a group of other government-appointed, like-minded vigilantes including Wasabi-No-Ginger, Honey Lemon, GoGo Tomago and Fred in a bid to uncover the secrets behind the vicious plot and, of course, use their brilliant minds to thwart the approaching menace. Do they have what it takes to become the superhero team of San Fransoyko? Or have they bitten off a lot more than they can chew?

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Bad Johnson Review


Bad

The central joke in this low-budget comedy should have been a springboard to something either blackly hilarious or more amusingly complex, but the filmmakers seem to have run out of ideas after coming up with the title. A likeable cast almost makes it watchable, but a steady stream of misogynistic and racist jokes continually undermine any possibility of engaging with the story. And the clunky filmmaking undermines everything else.

Personal trainer Rich Johnson (Cam Gigandet) is a wanton womaniser with a string of angry ex-girlfriends, one of whom knees him so severely that his doctor tells him to avoid sex for six weeks. Of course, this is the moment he meets Jamie (Jamie Chung) and has a spark of romance. Then after waiting the prescribed number of weeks he has a momentary indiscretion with a stranger, and Jamie dumps him. Refusing to accept responsibility, he blames his penis. And when he wakes up the next morning, his man-part is gone, becoming a separate man (Nick Thune) who's even more of a jerk than he ever was. So Rich turns to his colleague Josh (Kevin Miller) for ideas. And just as he begins to get used to life as a eunuch, he meets Lindsay (Katherine Cunningham).

It wouldn't have taken too much to get this lazy script into some semblance of coherence, but director Huck Botko and writer Jeff Tetreault simply can't be bothered. Neither seems to understand even the first thing about either sex or relationships, so they instead lay on heavy moralising preachiness in every scene while pretending that this is a gross-out comedy. But none of this works because the humour is played far too broadly and the plot is gibberish, leading to one of the most appallingly lame finales in recent memory.

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Sin City: A Dame To Kill For Trailer


The everlasting trail of violence, death and deceit continues with the return of several characters from the original ‘Sin City’ movie. Dwight McCarthy is back, this time running to the rescue of his ex-girlfriend Ava Lord who claims she is being abused by her wealthy husband Damien; he has his own reasons for wanting to help her, but he could be in for a nasty surprise. The framed and punished Marv wakes up after supposed execution by electric chair only to find that he is lying amongst several dead bodies and can’t remember how he ended up there. Following, her near miss at the hands of serial child-killer Roark Junior, Nancy struggles to deal with the painful death of her rescuer, police officer John Hartigan. Plus, a new face shows up in Sin City, a gambler named Johnny who lands himself in mortal danger when he tries to take on the town’s most formidable villain.

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Jamie Chung - Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 - Alice + Olivia - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 9th September 2013

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Jamie Chung and New York Fashion Week Monday 10th September 2012 Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2013 - Alice & Olivia by Stacey Bendet - Red Carpet

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Jamie Chung Wednesday 8th June 2011 Lexington Social House Grand Opening - Arrivals Hollywood, California

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Jamie Chung

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10th April, 1983

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Office Christmas Party Trailer

Office Christmas Party Trailer

For many large companies, the office Christmas party are nights that can rapidly descend into...

Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong Trailer

Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong Trailer

The vibrant city of Hong Kong acts as a romantic backdrop for the relationship that...

Big Hero 6 Movie Review

Big Hero 6 Movie Review

Fans of bright, flashy things will love this colourful, kinetic animated adventure, although anyone seeking...

Big Hero 6 Trailer

Big Hero 6 Trailer

Hiro Hamada is a young robotics virtuoso whose best friend is a large, balloon-like humanoid...

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Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For Trailer

Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For Trailer

It's all about revenge in Sin City now as the wounded (both physically and mentally)...

Big Hero 6 Trailer

Big Hero 6 Trailer

Hiro Hamada is a genius in the field of robotics having designed a powerful humanoid...

Bad Johnson Movie Review

Bad Johnson Movie Review

The central joke in this low-budget comedy should have been a springboard to something either...

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For Trailer

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For Trailer

The everlasting trail of violence, death and deceit continues with the return of several characters...

Eden Movie Review

Eden Movie Review

Director-cowriter Megan Griffiths refuses to sensationalise the tabloid aspects of this harrowing true story about...

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The Hangover III Trailer

The Hangover III Trailer

Alan Garner is going through real emotional trauma when his beloved father passes away. Following...

The Hangover Part III Trailer

The Hangover Part III Trailer

Stu, Phil, Alan and Doug return to Las Vegas in the hilarious third instalment of...

The Man With the Iron Fists Movie Review

The Man With the Iron Fists Movie Review

Rapper-turned-actor-turned-filmmaker RZA is clearly influenced by cohorts Quentin Tarantino and Eli Roth as he indulges...

Premium Rush Movie Review

Premium Rush Movie Review

Director-cowriter Koepp fills this film with so many whizzy visual flourishes that we might not...

The Man With The Iron Fists Trailer

The Man With The Iron Fists Trailer

'The Man with the Iron Fists' tells the tale of a blacksmith in the 1800s...

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