Bruce McGill

  • 12 Magic Movie Moments That Happened By Mistake

    What should have happened: In a climactic scene of Chris Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’, The Joker (Heath Ledger) casually walks away from the hospital, detonating the bombs he’s planted causing a huge explosion. Ledger never breaking character, stopped, gave the detonator a comical shake, tried the…

    Tom Butler
  • Anne Hathaway, 32, Is Already Losing Roles to Younger Actresses

    In Hollywood, 32 is apparently over the hill. "I can't complain about it because I benefited from it," Hathaway says. Obviously, Hathaway isn't the first victim of ageism in Hollywood: Earlier this year, Maggie Gyllenhaal revealed she'd been told that, at 37, she was "too old" to the play the love…

    TV Guide
  • Mark Ruffalo Reveals the Reason Hulk Won't Be in "Civil War"

    There will be no "Hulk Smash" in next year's Marvel film.

    Comicvine
  • Chris Evans on Saying Goodbye to Marvel: ‘It’s Almost Terrifying to Think About’

    Don’t leave us, Captain America! Chris Evans and (most of) the Avengers cast wrapped filming on Captain America: Civil War late last month, marking Evans' fifth film in his six-picture contract with Marvel Studios. In an interview with ETonline, the 34-year-old actor explains why having another…

    ETonline
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    Star Wars fans feel merchandise force

    Star Wars fans feel the force of Disney merchandising as a new generation of intergalactic toys to mark the latest movie goes on sale around this planet. Grace Pascoe reports.

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  • New ‘LatinHeat Cinema’ Streaming Service to Launch

    Latin Heat Media LLC and non-profit org American Latino Theatre (ALT) have joined forces to launch LatinHeat Cinema, a streaming service aimed at both the 54 million-strong U.S. Latino market as well as international auds. The new platform addresses the paucity of distribution opportunities for…

    Variety
  • Force Friday: A Star Wars bonanza for toy makers, retailers

    Hasbro, Toys 'R' Us, and Lego are among the companies cashing in on The Force Awakens craze.

    Fortune
  • Journalist Behind Drowned Syrian Toddler Photo Tells Her Story: "We Were Shocked"

    Nilufer Demir, a photojournalist from Turkey, describes the heartwrenching scene from the frontlines of Europe's migrant crisis, which has sent shockwaves around the world.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein Comedy Lands At Fox With Penalty

    Hot feature writers John Francis Daley and  Jonathan Goldstein ( Horrible Bosses) are venturing into television with a single-camera comedy project for Fox, which has received a script commitment plus penalty. The project hails from 20th Century Fox TV and Chernin Entertainment. Written by the…

    Deadline
  • Disney-Imax’s ‘Beautiful Planet’ Documentary Gets April Release

    Disney and Imax have set an April 29 release for their co-production of the Toni Myers documentary “A Beautiful Planet” — a week after the traditional Earth Day celebration. “A Beautiful Planet” will receive a special presentation at the Giant Screen Cinema Association’s International Conference…

    Variety
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    How Star Wars Took Disney Shares to Another World

    Sep. 4 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Brendan Greeley displays the growth in Walt Disney Company's stock price following the purchase of Lucasfilm and the Star Wars movie franchise. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

    Bloomberg Video
  • Alex Gibney explains why his Steve Jobs documentary may cause you to put down your iPhone for good

    For Alex Gibney it all started with the death of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs on October 5, 2011...

    Business Insider
  • Why Hedda Hopper Belonged on the Journalist Blacklist

    The best news about Hedda Hopper is that few remember her. Hedda was a journalist (of sorts), who famously wore exotic hats and devoted herself to destroying the careers of anyone she identified as being communist, gay or otherwise reprehensible. Among her victims were Charlie Chaplin, Dalton…

    Variety
  • Q&A With "A Walk in the Woods" Director Ken Kwapis

    Photo by Frank Masi/Broad Green PicturesThis week the film A Walk in the Woods, based on Bill Bryson's 1998 best-selling book, comes out in theaters. Sierra Club radio host Orli Cotel spoke with director Ken Kwapis about working (and walking) in the woods with Hollywood icons Robert Redford and…

    Huffington Post
  • YouTube Stars Dude Perfect Land CMT Series For 2016 Premiere

    The dudes are heading to CMT. The network has greenlighted The Dude Perfect Show (working title) from Rob Dyrdek's Superjacket Prods for premiere in 2016. The series will combine comedy and live-action stunts and follow the lives of digital stars Tyler Toney, Cody Jones, Garrett Hilbert and twins…

    Deadline
  • NBC Buys ‘The Watcher’ Thriller Drama From Alex Cary & Aaron Kaplan

    In June, a local news story about a New Jersey family forced to abandon their new home over chilling letters from a stalker who calls himself “ The Watcher” made national headlines. It has now become an inspiration for a thriller TV drama project from former Homeland executive producer Alex Cary,…

    Deadline
  • Japan Selects ‘100 Yen Love’ as Academy Awards Contender

    Masaharu Take’s “100 Yen Love,” a gritty drama about a female boxer is Japan’s nominee for the Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award.

    Variety