Ben Affleck

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  • Leonard Nimoy's final tweet is beautiful, and it broke my heart

    My dad was — and is — a huge Star Trek nerd, and when I was a kid he'd excitedly show me episodes of the original series in syndication. It was a show that he watched in college, he'd say, explaining why Kirk was Kirk, Bones was Bones, and most importantly, why Leonard Nimoy's Spock was Spock. One…

    The Verge
  • Will Smith’s Friday Is Out Of ‘Focus’ – Late Night Box Office Estimates

    2:18AM: Will Smith’s latest film Focus, a romance con-artist noir co-starring Margot Robbie, is set to post a $6.76M Friday per industry estimates. That’s one of the actor’s lowest opening days, charting just below the $7.1M first day of his notorious 1999 disaster  Wild Wild West, and just above…

    Deadline
  • Mo'Nique Fires Back: I Wasn't Blackballed — the Offers Didn't Make Sense

    Oscar winner Mo’Nique responds to her 'Precious' director Lee Daniel's comments that she made "unreasonable demands" during the awards campaign.

    Yahoo Movies
  • Movie-Ticket Sales Set for Banner Year

    Solid early returns for ‘American Sniper’ and ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ and solid lineup of blockbusters like ‘Furious 7’ and a new ‘Star Wars’ have analysts predicting that 2015 will be a banner year for ...

    The Wall Street Journal
  • White-and-Gold vs. Blue-and-Black Dress: Fashion Folks Weigh In on Debate

    Stylist Karla Welch puts it best: "Dear Humanity, It's time to get off the internet. X"

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Discovery Picks Up Brazil Series for Local Channels

    Aiming to fulfill quotas and please the growing subscriber base in Brazil, Discovery has commissioned series “Parque do Patati Patata” and “Caes Herois” and the third season of “Aguia da Cidade” for its pay TV channels in the country, on top of four other series it will air in the first half of…

    Variety
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    First 'Star Trek' Movie Did not Include Mr. Spock

    The original script for the first Star Trek movie did not include Mr. Spock. The project was conceived as what would have then been the most expensive television project ever, with a budget of $3.2 million. When that vision died, Paramount — which had watched other studios feast on Star Wars and…

    Wochit
  • Paul McCartney's Childhood Home Sells for $231,000

    The Liverpool house sold for $77,000 more than the guide price at an auction held at the legendary Cavern Club.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • New Bruce Lee Biopic Being Developed

    Although there have been movies in the 42 years since the kung fu star died, his daughter wants to tell the story of his real life and philosophy.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 5 Mediocre Movies That Could Have Been Amazing

    Disappointment is never fun, and with these give movies we got just that. But changing even a little bit of each would have made for true greatness.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Film Review: ‘Zurich’

    An arrestingly broken-backed story structure offers more surprises than the story itself in "Zurich," Dutch helmer Sacha Polak's grim but glisteningly crafted sophomore feature.

    Variety
  • The time Michael Jordan asked Common to forge his signature (VIDEO)

    Turns out Common was a Bulls ball boy back in the early Jordan era in Chicago, so he and Michael Jordan had some laughs together.

    NBC Sports
  • The Cast of 'The Incredibles' Then and Now

    The Cast of 'The Incredibles' Then and Now Now that a sequel is officially in the works, we all have a reason to get excited about "The Incredibles" again. Craig T. Nelson as Mr. Incredible After voicing Mr. Incredible, Craig T. Nelson, continued to make audiences chuckle as Warden Jerry Hazelwood…

    Wochit
  • Hotel Normandie: Historic Koreatown Lodging Ready for Drinks, Events

    Koreatown might not seem industry-adjacent, but with easy access to Paramount and Raleigh, L.A. Center Studios and mid-Wilshire media offices, it’s actually a central location with a burgeoning nightlife scene that will appeal to young creatives. The restored 1920s boutique hotel — Hotel Normandie…

    Variety
  • Jonathan Groff to Wear Crown in 'Hamilton'

    The star of HBO's 'Looking' will step into the role of King George in Lin-Manuel Miranda's acclaimed bio-musical, which transfers to Broadway following its Public Theater premiere.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ITV Closing In On Acquiring Talpa Media

    ITV is reportedly closing in on a deal to buy John De Mol's production group Talpa Media. Broadcast first reported the news. ITV is believed to be at an advanced stage of negotiations to acquire the company, which was the creator of hit format  The Voice. Talpa has fared less well the with pricey…

    Deadline
  • Kelly Osbourne Departs E!'s 'Fashion Police'

    The show only returned in January after a long hiatus prompted by the death of Joan Rivers.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Michael Cassidy To Star In Aseem Batra Pilot, Sam Huntington In ‘How We Live’

    Men At Work star Michael Cassidy is set as one of the two leads of another workplace comedy — NBC’s untitled pilot written by Aseem Batra and directed by Betsy Thomas. The politically incorrect office comedy centers on best friends Dale (Cassidy) and Georgie whose relationship is upended when he…

    Deadline
  • The six original Star Wars films will be retold in a Lego TV mini series

    A new animated series for Disney XD will reimagine all six original Star Wars movies in Lego form. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales will hit the same plot points as the Star Wars movies, but every episode will be told from the perspective of R2-D2 and C-3PO. The…

    The Verge