Wow. Things get a little explosive on the next episode of Million Dollar Listing New York! OK! News: Ellen & Portia's apartment is on the market Check out the exclusive clip from Bravo for your first look at the brand new episode airing tonight, where Fredrik Eklund and Luis D. Ortiz have a tiny disagreement. Yeah right, it's a big one! OK! News: Is Ryan Serhant getting ready to settle down? Million Dollar Listing New York airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo. Who do you side with, Luis or Fredrik? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine. MORE VIDEOS YOU HAVE TO SEE: * HEATHER DUBROW ADDRESSES THE BULLYING ON RHOC * FIND OUT WHAT SHOW ASHLEY TISDALE MARATHONS JUST LIKE THE REST OF US * THE 'RHONJ' LADIES ANSWER YOUR TWITTER QUESTIONS Photo credit: NBCUniversal Press
Of course Alexandre Aja and Gregory Levasseur, the dirtbag auteurs that turned Joe Dante's gleeful "Jaws" send up "Piranha" into "Piranha 3D," a hilarious, excessively violent screed about American over-indulgence, would spearhead a remake of 1980's "Maniac," a notoriously misogynistic Bill Lustig horror movie whose poster, featuring a man holding the bloody scalp of a young woman, still elicits cries of outrage. Most filmmakers would be too scared to approach the material; it practically glows it's so toxic. But when thinking about these two, who also turned Wes Craven's backwoods horror romp "The Hills Have Eyes" into an angry, gore-soaked metaphor for Bush-era American intervention and culpability, well, why the fuck wouldn't they, really? The original "Maniac," released during a fertile period for American serial killers and set in New York City (this was three years after the Son of Sam murders), concerned Frank Zito (played by the film's co-screenwriter, Joe Spinell), a sad...
Variety Media last month in New York added the trade publication’s former owners Reed Elsevier and Reed Business Information to its kickbacks and fraud case against branding company Beverly Hills Media Group, seeking $10M in damages in New York state Supreme Court for breach of contract and declaratory relief. Today, Reed has countersued, claiming it’s owed $1.3M more on the purchase price after Penske Media Corp acquired Variety in October 2012. PMC is Deadline’s parent company.
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