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Despite being under the weather, the singer delivered a clean performance—right from the moment she spit out her gum on camera.

Pink kicked off the Super Bowl with the national anthem on Sunday night, one week after she delivered a powerhouse performance at the Grammys. On Sunday, she announced on Instagram that she had gotten the flu from her children. But tonight, Pink performed cleanly, with a performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner” that hit just under the over-under-two-minute mark—for anyone participating in the prop bet, she made many Super Bowl betters happy.

Wearing a white camouflage dress under a silver metallic jacket and white star earrings, Pink drew out the notes on the anthem, ending with an impressively long “brave.” Though she might have nailed the actual song, the singer’s moment of spitting out her gum beforehand caused a minor stir on Twitter.

Pink, a Doylsetown, Pennsylvania native and Eagles fan, has been building up to this moment. She posted photos of her family—including both her brother and her son on her Instagram account; everyone in the crew helped her gear up for the big night. And, of course, cheer on the Eagles—maybe after she gets another stick of gum.

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Unsane Trailer: Steven Soderbergh’s First Horror Movie Is Here

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Bleecker Street has released the first trailer, poster and photos for Unsane, the new psychological thriller that director Steven Soderbergh shot entirely in secret, using an iPhone. Claire Foy stars as a young woman named Sawyer Valentini, who is trying to deal with a dangerous stalker. After relocating to a new city, she keeps thinking that her stalker has followed her from Boston, and after seeking out support groups for victims of stalking, she finds a facility that she thinks will be able to help her, although she has essentially signed herself over to this insane asylum.

This trailer comes just a week after the first look photo was released, featuring Claire Foy’s lead character trying to call the authorities, to let them know she’s being held against her will. The nurse informs her that the police get a slew of calls just like that from this facility every week, as she refuses to believe that she has lost her mind. Even within the sanctity of this insane asylum, this disturbed young woman keeps seeing her stalker (Joshua Leonard) throughout this facility. The trailer also offers a first look at Sawyer’s mother, played by Amy Irving, who tries her best to get her daughter out of this facility.

As one would imagine, this insane asylum is filled with a number of colorful characters, some of whom we get to see in this trailer. While we don’t learn much about these characters from this trailer, we get brief glimpses of some of Sawyer’s fellow patients played by Juno Temple, whose almost unrecognizable with her unique braids, Jay Pharoah and Aimee Mullins. The supporting cast also includes Erin Wilhelmi, Colin Woodell, Sarah Stiles and Polly McKee. The film is slated to have its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival next month, before arriving in theaters on March 23, where it faces Open Road Films’ Midnight Sun, Universal’s Pacific Rim Uprising and Paramount’s Sherlock Gnomes.

This marks the second film from Steven Soderbergh after the director came out of retirement to make Logan Lucky, his first feature film since 2013’s Side Effects. The filmmaker directs from a script by the writing team of Jonathan Bernstein and James Greer, whose diverse writing credits include Max Keeble’s Big Move, Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector and The Spy Next Door. Along with directing, Steven Soderbergh also serves as the director of photography, shooting the film himself on an iPhone, with the movie being shot entirely in secret. Since “retiring,” the filmmaker has also directed all 20 episodes of The Knick and the entire six-episode season of HBO’s Mosaic, which debuted earlier this month.

Claire Foy had her breakthrough role in 2008 as Amy Dorrit on the hit mini-series Little Dorrit, and she made her feature film debut in 2011’s Season of the Witch, starring Nicolas Cage, and she has quickly risen through the acting ranks since then. She went on to star in Vampire Academy, Rosewater and TV shows like Crossbones and Wolf Hall, before landing the title role in Netflix’s The Queen. She most recently signed on to star as Lisbeth Salander in Sony’s The Girl In the Spider’s Web. Take a look at the first trailer, poster and photos for Unsane, courtesy of Bleecker Street YouTube.

<strong><em>Unsane</em></strong> Poster
<strong><em>Unsane</em></strong> Photo 1
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Deep Blue Sea 2 Trailer Is Here Bringing Shark Horror Back

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The first trailer for Deep Blue Sea 2 has finally arrived. The Deep Blue Sea is the true definition of what it means to be a cult classic in the best of ways and there have been talks of a sequel for years. Unfortunately, nothing ever really materialized. Until now that is. Warner Bros. has stepped up and produced the movie, which is heading straight to DVD and Blu-ray and not getting any sort of theatrical release. At least as far as we know. Now, we have the first Deep Blue Sea 2 trailer to deliver the spectacular B-movie shark action you’ve been wanting for nearly two decades.

Deep Blue Sea 2, centers on shark conservationist Dr. Misty Calhoun, who’s invited to consult on a top-secret project run by pharmaceutical billionaire Carl Durant, played by Michael Beach. She is shocked, as we see in the trailer, to learn that the company is using the unpredictable and highly aggressive bull sharks as its test subjects. As you’ll recall, the original movie centered on mako sharks. This turns out to be a bad idea and a whole lot of violence ensues. It was also confirmed in December that this will be an R-rated sequel.

Save for the fact that this movie is using bull sharks and not mako sharks, it actually looks, based on the footage, much more like a remake than an actual sequel. There seems to be many similar story beats and the plot, which sees the sharks attack the facility, forcing the humans to have to escape, is almost identical to the original Deep Blue Sea. However, Matt Bierman, creative executive for Warner Bros, did say that Deep Blue Sea 2 is a “true sequel” in an interview from last year.

“We are a true sequel. We wanted to keep to the spirit of Deep Blue Sea and why people love it. The research that was used on the sharks in Deep Blue Sea 2 comes from the mythology and story line of the first movie. We have given the lead shark a personality and hope the fans will embrace that as it really helps the storytelling and the narrative in a way that first one didn’t. Deep Blue Sea 2 has a slightly slower build but once the rubber band snaps things go boom really quickly!”

This is far from the first we’ve heard of a sequel to Deep Blue Sea. It was revealed last year that Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus director Jack Perez was hired by Warner Bros. to write a script for a sequel some time ago. His sequel was quite elaborate and would have seen weaponized sharks. It also sounded quite expensive, which is why the studio probably passed. Instead, it looks like we may be getting a low-budget remake disguised as a sequel, which started production in July 2017. And just to think, Deep Blue Sea 2 almost didn’t happen.

Deep Blue Sea was originally released in 1999 and, though not a critical success, it made $164 million at the box office. Though, the $60 million budget prevented it from being a big moneymaker for the studio. Currently, Deep Blue Sea 2 does not have an exact release date. Be sure to check out the Deep Blue Sea 2 trailer, courtesy of the IGN YouTube channel, for yourself below.

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