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“Sin City 2″: Dennis Haysbert to replace Michael Clarke Duncan

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“Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” has found a man to fill the shoes mean for Michael Clarke Duncan.

The actor passed away in September following a cardiac arrest over the summer. He was meant to reprise his role in Robert Rodriguez’s “Sin City” sequel, “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.” Now Rodriguez has hired Dennis Haysbert to play the role of Manute instead.

The Hollywood Reporter has the news, though no additional plot details are known at this time. Haysbert isn’t the only actor replacing another in the “Sin City” sequel, as Jamie Chung will be stepping in for Devon Aoki as Miho.

Those who are returning for the film include Mickey Rourke, Jamie King, Rosario Dawson and Jessica Alba. Last we heard, Rodriguez still hadn’t finished casting the film.

“We haven’t done any casting yet, except for the people who we know are already in it and returning. ‘A Dame to Kill For,’ all those people come back. I just had lunch with Mickey this weekend. He’s all excited to come back, but he’s probably the first one,” he told MTV News back in April. “I saw Rosario too. I ran into her for something else, and she’s pumped. They’ve always been excited about doing another one, so that will be fun.”

What are you most looking forward to in “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”? Tell us in the comments section below or on Facebook and Twitter.

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Check Out the Spirit Awards Nominees for Best Male and Female Leads

Catch the 2016 Spirit Awards live Feb. 27th at 5P ET/2P PT on IFC.

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From Jason Segel’s somber character study of author David Foster Wallace, to Brie Larson’s devastating portrayal of a mother in captivity, the 2016 Spirit Awards nominees for Best Male and Female Leads represent the finest in the year of film acting. Take a look at the Best Male and Female Leads in action, presented by Jaguar.

Best Male Lead 

Christopher Abbott, James White
Abraham Attah, Beasts of No Nation
Ben Mendelsohn, Mississippi Grind
Jason Segel, The End of the Tour
Koudous Seihon, Mediterranea

Watch more Male Lead nominee videos here.

Best Female Lead 

Cate Blanchett, Carol
Brie Larson, Room
Rooney Mara, Carol
Bel Powley, The Diary of A Teenage Girl
Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, Tangerine

Watch more Female Lead nominee videos here.

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Hyde and Kelso Reunite in the First Photos From Netflix’s The Ranch

Hang out with Hyde and Kelso on That '70s Show Mondays and Tuesdays from 6-11P on IFC.

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There’s a mini, unofficial That ’70s Show reunion taking place over on that great streaming service in the sky, Netflix. According to Entertainment Weekly, Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson (who played Kelso and Hyde, respectively) are reuniting for an upcoming multi-camera sitcom called The Ranch where the duo will play onscreen brothers. In classic sitcom fashion, Kutcher plays a semipro football player who drops out of the league in order to help run his family ranching business in Colorado alongside his brother Rooster (Masterson).

Ashton posted a photo of himself, Masteron and Wilmer Valderrama on Instagram a few weeks back, suggesting that the man formerly know as Fez might put in an appearance on the new show.

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Ashton also recently Tweeted a photo of himself and Masteron, looking like Beard brothers.

Megafans of That ’70s Show will be happy to know that their onscreen dynamic won’t change much in the new series. Kutcher tells EW, “Our relationship is contentious, but the history of Danny and my friendship bleeds into the characters…They’re best friends, but they f—ing hate each other.”

That’s great to hear. It’d be weird to see Hyde being nice to Kelso. Take a look at some photos from The Ranch below, and be sure to catch Kutcher and Masterson on That ’70s Show, Mondays and Tuesdays from 6-11P on IFC.

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Want more That ’70s Show? Check out the show’s best burns in the video below. 

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5 Classic R-Rated Eddie Murphy Moments

Catch Beverly Hills Cop this month on IFC.

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Before becoming the voice of Donkey in the Shrek movies and every family member of The Klumps, Eddie Murphy exuded raw comedic genius on the big screen. His rock star magnetism was so big in the ‘8os, he was up there with Prince, Michael Jackson and E.T. Before you catch Eddie in Beverly Hills Cop this month on IFC, take a look at some hilarious moments from his wilder, raunchier days. Put the kids to bed, because this is NSFW Eddie we’re talking about.

5. Billy Ray shows off his kung-fu moves, Trading Places

In this scene, Eddie Murphy as Billy Ray Valentine shows off his impressive karate skills to some tough guys, one of whom is Giancarlo Esposito, aka Gus Fring from Breaking Bad. It is doubtful that Mr. Miyagi would be able to talk his way out of getting a prison shiv in the gut the way Eddie does here. Luckily for Billy Ray, his hilarious antics let him avoid a confrontation with a Barry White look-alike before a guard arrives.


4. Akeem says good morning to the neighbors, Coming to America

Prince Akeem bids good morning to his neighbors the Big Apple way in this memorable scene. We think he’ll fit in just fine.


3. Impersonating a Rocky fan, Eddie Murphy: Raw

In this R-Rated story, Eddie captured the essence of a testosterone-filled ’80s Rocky fan stupid enough to pick a fight and demand some Jujubees from a much taller man. Eddie Murphy is probably the only comedian who could’ve pulled off wearing a blue and black leather jumpsuit on stage.


2. Posing as a building inspector, Beverly Hills Cop

Beverly Hills Cop is filled with hilarious moments that showcase Eddie’s improv skills. This scene finds Axel Foley reading the riot act to some builders and delivering the classic line, “What are you, a f–ing art critic?”


1. Messing with rednecks, 48. Hrs.

From the moment Eddie Murphy takes the badge from Nolte and enters the redneck bar until he puts the cowboy hat on his head at the end of the scene, he was perfect. This is the moment Eddie went from being the funniest cast member on SNL to a full-fledged movie star. While pointing out how much he enjoys messing with rednecks, most of whom are clearly too stupid to have jobs, he matches Nick Nolte’s intensity throughout. The scene announced that there was a new Comedy Sheriff in town, and his name was Eddie Murphy.

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