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15 '00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly [Video]

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For children of the 1990s and 2000s, there was never really ever a shortage of cartoons created purely for their entertainment.

While that time period certainly found the rise of animated entertainment aimed at adults — with the immense popularity of series such as The Simpsons, Family Guy, and South Park attesting to this phenomenon — the fact of the matter remains that animation, and namely animated television series, have been primarily targeted at children — and in steadily increasing numbers.

With channels such as Nickelodeon, the Disney Channel, and the self-proclaimed Cartoon Network churning out content at all hours of the day, including the sporadic and oft forgotten Saturday morning cartoons on ABC, NBC, and The WB of old, it’s often near impossible to channel surf and not come across something cartoonish and cute and child-focused.

Of course, an abundance of content is hardly ever a good thing when it comes to entertainment. Too much of a good thing is one problem that the entertainment industry deals with regularly — but even more than that, too much of a not-so-good thing is all too common.

For every stellar cartoon series that aired in the early 2000s, there were a handful of others who never matched up in terms of quality.

Within both groups, no matter how enjoyable they may have been at the time, if they were at all, the test of time has not been kind to them whatsoever.

Here are the 15 ’00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly.

15. Teacher’s Pet

Teachers Pet Disney show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

Talking pets of all kinds are more or less a hallmark of animated TV series and movies alike – for some reason, they seem to be guaranteed instant hits.

However, just because something is popular, that doesn’t mean that every use of the concept will be successful. Take, for example, the 2000-2002 ABC/Disney series Teacher’s Pet, which followed an elementary school student and his pet dog who dressed up like a boy and attended school, too.

With an impressive cast including comic talents Nathan Lane, Debra Jo Rupp, Wallace Shawn, and David Ogden Stiers, the show did have a lot going for it.

It was even given its own movie release — a box office bomb that only made $6.5 million against a budget of $10 million.

However, despite Disney’s faith in the series, and the talent it boasted, the humor, animation, and concept just don’t hold up nearly two decades later.

14. Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Disney show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

Capitalizing on a series that has proven to be a success is generally a good business method. It’s even better when you can capitalize on that successful series through a genre that has been incredibly successful elsewhere.

So when Disney produced Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, which aired between 2000 and 2001, it wasn’t a surprise that they were hoping for a successful series based on the popularity of the Toy Story franchise, as well as the sci-fi adventure TV genre.

At the time, the show was good for corny laughs and overdone space humor.

However, years later, with a clear over reliance on formula and stock sidekick characters who really aren’t as interesting as Buzz himself, it’s safe to say that this series doesn’t hold up, especially when compared to the animated sci-fi shows that have aired since.

13. Butt-Ugly Martians

Butt Ugly Martians Nickelodeon show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

Sometimes, with certain TV shows, you just have to wonder what people were thinking.

In addition to representing a turn toward sci-fi based series for children, the early 2000s also included experimental uses of early CGI – for better or for worse.

The short-lived 2001 Nickelodeon series Butt-Ugly Martians represents some of the worst utilizations of both sci-fi and early CGI.

The group of Martians at the center of the series — cornily named B-Bop A-Luna, 2T Fru-T, and Do-Wah Diddy – are yet another example of the fish out of water trope.

As invaders of far away planets, they soon find themselves settling on Earth, acclimating to the culture, and then, hijinks ensue.

However, far better animated and written series have handled this same topic in far better ways, so really, there’s nothing about this show worth revisiting.

12. Lloyd in Space

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When it comes to the topics deemed interesting to kids of the early 2000s, we’re beginning to notice a pattern here.

As yet another series exploring aliens, outer space adventures, and awkward adolescent experiences, Lloyd in Space tries to package itself as a cheesy coming of age — in an age very, very far removed from our own.

Set in an extremely distant future, Lloyd in Space is basically a proto-dystopian series without any of the grunge and dark tone now associated with each and every dystopian series of films and shows.

No matter the unconventional setting, the experiences the awkward tweenage Lloyd undergoes are clearly meant to be universal signs of growing pains and young adulthood.

However, because of how universal these allegedly are, and yet how poorly executed and cringe-worthy the series’ set up is, there is nothing remarkable about what Lloyd has to offer, especially 14 years removed from its final episode.

11. Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action

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If you were a child of the ’80s, ’90s, or ’00s, the odds are exceedingly strong that you were inundated by content starring everyone’s former favorite twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

The onetime child stars, now turned fashion industry moguls, had countless television series, movies, books, toys, and so very much more.

Yet perhaps the most forgettable venture ever undertaken by the Olsens was a short-lived animated venture that aired from 2000-2001, Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!

In this series, the girls voiced cartoon counterparts of themselves who were actually super talented secret globe trotting agents.

With none of the charm of the mysteries solved by the younger Olsens in The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley, and with incredibly basic animation to boot, this is a show that is better off forgotten among their past weaker ventures.

10. Tutenstein

Tutenstein Discovery Kids show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

It’s always a real bonus, from an adult perspective, when a children’s television show hopes to offer educational value to its viewers.

So, in the case of Tutenstein, an animated series that aired from 2003-2008 on Discovery Kids and detailed the trials and tribulations of a young former pharaoh who comes back to life, it could stand to reason that perhaps there would be some educational merit among the extreme suspensions of disbelief.

The series did have consultants working on it to ensure that some aspects of Egyptian history and culture were accurately represented, so perhaps, more than any other aspect of the series, that serves as a redeeming quality.

However, beyond that, the series suffers terribly from boring characters, trite dialogue, and bordering on creepy animation that doesn’t always seem suited for its target demographic.

9. Kenny the Shark

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Tutenstein wasn’t the only Discovery Kids show to have questionable merit, however. We all know and love shows about an unlikely friendship between a child and a bizarre, often larger than life pet.

Clifford the Big Red Dog has been a cultural icon for as long as he has precisely because of the kindness and warmth the story of love between himself and his owner, Emily, represents.

In the case of Kenny the Shark, however, viewers are likely to be left scratching their heads far more often than feeling any of the requisite heartwarming feels.

Kenny’s design is certainly comically appealing, with vibrant colors and exaggerated facial expressions.

However, beyond this one design plus, Kenny the Shark is a show that unfortunately never decided what it wanted to be — so it’s no real surprise that the network pulled the plug on it even faster than they did with Tutenstein.

8. Dave the Barbarian

Dave the Barbarian Disney show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

As we have seen so far, children’s animated shows are completely unafraid of traveling through time, dimensions, locations, and basically every component that makes up a good setting.

So Disney Channel’s Dave the Barbarian ostensibly fits right in with the crowd, following the comical adventures of perpetually oafish middle child Dave during the Medieval period of history.

Boasting an impressive cast of talented voice artitsts known for their work in animation, including Tress MacNeille, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Frank Welker, the show clearly had considerable talent behind the scenes. Unfortunately, it never delivered on the wealth of expertise it had access to.

While Dave the Barbarian was certainly good once upon a time for cheesy laughs and animated physical humor, the overall conceit of the show just falls flat all these years later, feeling gimmicky in the worst way.

7. My Gym Partner’s A Monkey

My Gym Partners A Monkey Cartoon Network show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

As we have already seen, if there are two general rules that can be applied to a majority of animated kids’ series, they’re probably these: the more bizarre the central characters’ relationship to one another, the better; and the more nonsensical the premise, the better, too.

Take, for example, the somehow wildly successful My Gym Partner’s a Monkey. Airing on Cartoon Network between 2005-2008, the series ran for four highly viewed and acclaimed seasons, earning multiple award nominations in the process. The cast also even included the likes of Spongebob Squarepants himself, Tom Kenny.

But the premise couldn’t have been more ridiculously convoluted in its purported simplicity: a boy, whose last name is Lyon, finds himself forced to attend a school for animals. Get it? Because Lyon, lion?

Somehow, this spawned an entire series, including specials and a movie. But years later, not a single part of this, or the decision making process behind it, is worth checking out again.

6. The Replacements

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Imagination and wish fulfillment are crucial elements of the majority of children’s entertainment – but The Replacements, the 2006 Disney Channel series, may have just taken a good thing a whole lot too far.

The series follows two hard on their luck children who have lived in an orphanage, only to come upon a sudden windfall in the form of a mysterious phone called a Fleemco Phone.

Thanks to the phone, they are able to replace any undesirable part of their lives with another satisfactory one – namely, swapping in people they like for those they don’t.

Using the phone, they even manage to order themselves crazy, exciting parents, so that their lives are interesting and full of adventure.

Not a single thing about this show makes sense, and its message of avoiding the difficult relationships in life through easy, magical means is all but insulting to a child’s educational level.

5. George of the Jungle

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George of the Jungle is a character whose story has been told again, and again, and again. Whether you grew up with the older films and cartoons, or the Brendan Fraser movie of the 1990s, you’ve likely encountered the affably hapless George and his titular Jungle in one form or another.

However, if it was the 2007 Flash animated series, we are so, so sorry.

George’s story isn’t exactly one that involves a whole lot of heavy lifting or thinking, as it deals heavily in physical humor, lowest common denominator jokes, and fun with animals.

However, the mediocre animation used in the 2007 series, as well as the beyond confusing decision to swap the two female leads’ names between seasons — as though they were entirely interchangeable — both leave plenty of bad tastes in your mouth and merit this series being left on the cutting room floor.

4. Back at the Barnyard

Back at the Barnyard Nickelodeon show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

Once upon a time, a movie called Barnyard was released in 2006. It wasn’t especially successful, but it made back its budget at the box office all while struggling to receive a critic’s score above 20% on Rotten Tomatoes.

It followed the lives of obnoxious farm animals, with loud and flashy CGI animation, and a cast of TV stars and movie stars alike in its voice cast.

A year later, the animated series Back at the Barnyard premiered on Nickelodeon, now featuring an almost entirely different cast, and with characters who were more obnoxious and paper thin than they had been in the previously forgettable theatrical release.

Stories about animals are generally a hit with kids, but looking back on these over the top and obnoxious characters, we can’t understand how they were ever enough of a draw.

3. The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack

The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack Cartoon Network show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

By looking at the concept art for the 2008-2010 Cartoon Network series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, prospective viewers — and their parents — surely wouldn’t come away with any positive, family friendly interpretations.

The bizarre series follows the lives of a crotchety old sea captain and a young boy he takes into his charge, along with the whale who has raised the boy, Flapjack, as her adopted son.

The humor is often crass, with adventures appearing oddly dark and unsettling in order to match the jarring, eerie feel of the animation style.

The series certainly tried plenty of new things when it came to what was acceptable within an animated show aimed at children, but they also say “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” for a very, very good reason.

Flapjack really should’ve heeded that advice on more than one occasion.

2. The Mighty B!

The Mighty B Nickelodeon show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

Having come from the great mind of comedian and big name star Amy Poehler, it’s really a shame that The Mighty B! wasn’t any better than whatever it turned out to be.

The series follows a young girl who, as a girl scout, is either creative or deluded enough to think that earning merit badges will somehow award her special powers and a secret superhero identity.

The creative imagination it takes to make that leap is astounding, and it certainly could have made for a good series.

However, what instead results is yet another animated series led by a dreadfully annoying little girl, whose merits are few and enthusiasm is much too high. Coupled with some uncomfortable looking animation, it’s safe to say that Poehler and company should stick to live action.

1. Fanboy & Chum Chum

Fanboy and Chum Chum Nickelodeon show 15 00s Cartoons That Have Aged Badly

Unlikely situations are a main component of many of the series we’ve looked at on this list. Some of them even address characters imagining themselves in better or worse scenarios and taking acts to make those thought come true, or prevent them from happening.

From 2009 to 2014, Nickelodeon aired Fanboy & Chum Chum, a series about two young boys whose friendship intensity and obsession with superheroes and comics are unrivaled.

They get into ridiculous situations and take frequent adventures in order to act more and more like their idolized heroes.

The humor in the show is smarter than some others, including multiple straight up parodies of noteworthy works.

However, no matter how spot on some of their parodies may have been, it remains true that the titular characters are both dreadfully obnoxious – and that each episode is so thin on quality content, it very well may have never been written down at all.

What cartoons of the ’00s do you find utterly impossible to watch now? Let us know in the comments!

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Meet Jordan Banjo, the Diversity star who swapped the dancefloor for the I'm A Celebrity jungle last… [Video]

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HUNKY dancer Jordan Banjo made his name with the Britain’s Got Talent-winning dance troupe Diversity alongside his brother Ashley– but you might know him better on his own from his I’m A Celebrity stint.

Here’s all you need to know about the twinkle-toed 25-year-old, who became the Digital host for Dancing On Ice this year…

 Jordan proved he's no wimp during his jungle stint


Jordan proved he’s no wimp during his jungle stint

Who is Jordan Banjo?

Jordan grew up in Wickford, Essex, with his Nigerian boxer dad Funso, ballet dancer mum Danielle, older brother Ashley and sister Talia.

In 2012 it was revealed that Jordan was in a relationship with childhood pal and Little Mix minx, Jesy Nelson.

The pair dated for 10 months, but later split after Jordan struggled to cope with the pop singer’s fame.

 Diversity won the third series of ITV's Britain's Got Talent

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Diversity won the third series of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent

Unfortunately for the hunk’s legion of female fans, Jordan is happily loved-up with glam girlfriend Naomi Ella.

And the reality star’s time in the jungle only brought the couple closer, with Jordan vowing to marry his love after he departed the show.

As well as wowing the nation with his moves, he has also dabbled in television presenting.

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Jordan is loved-up with his glam girlfriend Naomi Ella

Jordan worked on the fourth series of Got To Dance with fellow Diversity member Perri Kiely in 2013.

And the duo have hosted the Nickelodeon Awards for the past three years running.

 Jordan has hosted the Nickelodeon Awards with Perri for three years running

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Jordan has hosted the Nickelodeon Awards with Perri for three years running

Jordan has previously insisted that he’s not looking for fame, and just wants to be known for his talents as a dancer.

Speaking in 2014, he said: “We’ve never been the kind of people who go out to clubs to try and get photographed by the paparazzi, or be the centre of attention. For us, it’s all about dancing and entertaining people.”

However, his following has grown and grown: Jordan boasts over 128,000 Twitter fans, including Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams and Davina McCall.

Meanwhile, his Instagram page boasts an impressive 220,000 followers, and features pictures of his ripped six-pack, luxury car and exotic holidays – as well as obligatory cute shots of him and Naomi.

I’m A Celebrity evictee Jordan Banjo on his time in the jungle camp

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'Black Panther' tops the North American box office for 5th weekend [Video]

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March 18 (UPI) — The comic-book adaptation Black Panther is No. 1 at the North American box office for a fifth weekend, earning an additional $27 million in receipts, said Sunday.

Coming in at No. 2 is Tomb Raider with $23.5 million, followed by I Can Only Imagine at No. 3 with $17 million, A Wrinkle in Time at No. 4 with $16.6 million and Love, Simon at No. 5 with $11.5 million.

Rounding out the top tier are Game Night at No. 6 with $5.6 million, Peter Rabbit at No. 7 with $5.2 million, Strangers: Prey at Night at No. 8 with $4.8 million, Red Sparrow at No. 9 with $4.5 million and Death Wish at No. 10 with $3.4 million.

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‘This Is Us’ Creator Dishes On Season 3, Will Milo Ventimiglia’s Jack… [Video]

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The sophomore season of This Is Us is officially a wrap and fans are already looking forward to what’s ahead in Season 3. With the cast and crew already preparing for another year, series creator Dan Fogelman dished on what we can expect next season during a panel at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. Will Milo Ventimiglia be a part of the show moving forward?

According to Deadline, Fogelman revealed that flashbacks, flashforwards, and present day storylines will continue in Season 3 of This Is Us. This means that we’ll get to see plenty more of Ventimiglia’s character, Jack, as the show progresses.

Fogelman didn’t go into too much detail about Jack’s story arc moving forward, but he did say that we’ll get to see more of Jack’s Vietnam days next season. We’ll also be treated to scenes of Jack’s early romance with Rebecca (Mandy Moore), which will be exciting to watch.

“[Season 3 is] a big Vietnam season for us. We’re doing some cool stuff. Milo (Ventimiglia) will get a real showcase as younger Jack, and there will be more Jack and Rebecca origin stories,” Fogelman shared.

Ventimiglia, Moore, and Justin Hartley were also on hand for the panel and offered their thoughts on the upcoming season. When asked about his character’s future, Ventimiglia was pretty coy about dishing any details. The actor simply told fans that he doesn’t think too much about what will happen with Jack and just waits until the scripts come in to find out.

As far as Moore is concerned, the actress admitted that filming Season 2 was a pretty rough emotional experience, People reports. Fogelman was so concerned about Moore’s emotional health that he seriously thought about hiring a clown to help lighten the mood on the set.

Moving forward, Moore confessed that she would like to see the show explore Rebecca’s life shortly after Jack’s death. In particular, she wants to know more about the rift that grew between Rebecca and Kevin (Hartley) in the decade following his father’s passing.

Apart from Jack and Rebecca, one of the biggest mysteries moving forward is what happened in one of the flashforwards in the Season 2 finale. In the scene, we watched an older Randall (Sterling K. Brown) with Tess in what appeared to be inside a hospital. The scene takes place some 13 years in the future, and many fans have speculated that they are at the hospital to visit Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson), who may be suffering from a terminal illness.

Fogelman did not say whether or not the flashforward was about Beth. He did, however, reveal that the truth will come out by the end of next season. With Randall not wearing a wedding ring in the scene, all signs point toward a devastating ending for Beth and her family.

Season 3 of This Is Us is expected to premiere this coming fall.

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Happy Endings star Zachary Knighton has been chosen for a lead role in CBS’ Magnum P.I. reboot. The pilot for the ’80s classic, which launched Tom Selleck’s career, was picked up by the network back in January. It will join several other vintage TV reboots on the airwaves, including Hawaii Five-O, Lethal Weapon, and MacGyver. In addition to the pilot for the new Magnum P.I., CBS is also developing an updated take on fellow 80s classic, the female-fronted police procedural Cagney and Lacey.

The new take on Magnum P.I. will focus on an ex-Navy SEAL who uses his military skills in his investigative work for “lost causes.” The role of former military man Higgins, who was originally the caretaker of the opulent estate where Magnum resided in the guesthouse, has been reimagined as disavowed MI6 agent Juliet Higgins (Perdita Weeks). Suicide Squad actor Jay Hernandez has already been cast as Thomas Magnum.

Related: Magnum P.I. TV Reboot Recruits Justin Lin

Now Deadline is reporting that Knighton has joined Magnum P.I. as Oahu nightclub owner Rick Wright, another character from the original series, then played by Larry Manetti. In this new take on Magnum P.I., Rick will be a former Marine, like his friend Magnum, and was a POW in Iraq. Rick will once again be portrayed as a popular and well-connected guy: “If you want something on the island, Rick is the  man to see.”

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Though perhaps best known for Happy Endings, Knighton has appeared on several other TV series, including Parenthood, Elementary, The Good Fight, and Netflix series Santa Clarita Diet. The new Magnum P.I. will reportedly tackle serious issues like dealing with PTSD, but it’s likely Knighton has been cast for his ability to carry the lighter, more comedic aspects of the show. The new Magnum P.I. will is co-written by Peter Lenkov (MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0) and Eric Guggenheim (Hawaii Five-0, Parenthood), while Justin Lin (Star Trek Beyond, Fast & Furious 6) will direct.

The original Magnum P.I. was a popcorn-y action show that became wildly popular in its time, largely based on Selleck’s Everyman charm and entertaining interactions with his friends. Audiences loved Magnum’s careless attitude, distinctive Hawaiian shirts, and really cool red Ferrari. Remaking it with a “grittier” and more realistic take might make for a fine drama, but unless it finds a way to have fun and honor those original iconic touches in its own distinctive way, it will be Magnum in name only.

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‘Pacific Rim’ Star Charlie Hunnam Seems To Be Missing From… [Video]

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It may have been long coming, but Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim Uprising is finally making its way to theaters. While it’s great to see the sequel finally get released, it’s missing a pivotal character from the first film in Raleigh Becket (Charlie Hunnam). Why wasn’t Hunnam a part of the Pacific Rim sequel?

According to Cinema Blend, the story for Pacific Rim Uprising went through several different changes over the past few years. Del Toro handed over the project to Steven DeKnight (Spartacus) so he could pursue other movies, like the Oscar-winning The Shape of Water.

DeKnight then wrote a script that featured Hunnam’s character as the lead. But after the Sons of Anarchy dropped out to star in Papillon, they switched the focus to a brother/sister team. Unfortunately, del Toro and other producers didn’t like the script.

“We finished [the script], and nobody liked it, including me, and I helped write it. And then [producers] Mary [Parent] and Guillermo [del Toro] came up with this idea of the son of Stacker Pentecost,” DeKnight shared.

The shift in storyline sadly means that we didn’t get to see Hunnam return for the sequel. But to be fair, the movie’s main attraction are the giant robots going head-to-head against monsters, and Hunnam’s character did not have that much of a memorable part in the first movie.

While fans would have liked to see Hunnam back in action, it’s great to watch a completely new storyline unfold, especially with Star Wars’ Jon Boyega starring as Jake Pentecost.

Hunnam would have certainly attracted a lot of viewers, but Boyega is quickly becoming a star in his own right. The young actor’s latest movie was Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which also happened to be the highest grossing film of 2017.

As far as Hunnam is concerned, the actor is currently working on a new project with Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson. Hunnam is playing a part in the adaptation of James Frey’s 2005 novel, A Million Little Pieces. The Sons of Anarchy star is starring alongside Billy Bob Thornton, Carla Juri, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the film.

The movie also marks a reunion of sorts between Taylor-Johnson and Hunnam. As fans will recall, Hunnam was originally cast to play the part of Christian Grey in Fifty Shades but was forced to back out because of scheduling issues.

At the time, Hunnam was working on the final season of Sons of Anarchy and had agreed to play a role in del Toro’s gothic horror film Crimson Peak. The actor refused to back out of del Toro’s project because the two are great friends.

Unfortunately, with del Toro taking a back seat in Pacific Rim Uprising, Hunnam couldn’t make things work for a return to the hit franchise. Whether or not a third movie will be developed is yet to be seen.

Pacific Rim Uprising opens in theaters on March 23.

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Weirdo-pop auteur Ariel Pink put out his new album Dedicated To Bobby Jameson late last year, and he’s already shared music videos for “Feels Like Heaven,” “Another Weekend,” “Time To Live,” and “I Wanna Be Young.” Now he’s shared yet another for the Dâm-Funk collab “Acting,” a lo-fi Eric Ernest Johnson-directed affair that follows Damon Huss as he wanders around the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. Watch below.

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Bill Hader was joined by tons of famous friends during the Saturday Night Live cold open!

During Saturday night’s (March 17) episode, the cold open got political with Alex Moffat taking on the role of Anderson Cooper to interview some of the recently ousted White House staffers.

Kate McKinnon reprised her role of Jeff Sessions while Bill took on Anthony Scaramuci, Fred Armisen returned as Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff, and John Goodman took on recently ousted Secretary of State Rex Tilerson.

“One day you’re CEO of Exxon,” John said as Rex while breaking a glass in his hand. “Next day you get fired by a man who used to sell steaks in the mail.”

Watch the cold open below!

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