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  • Matthew McConaughey Is Bald, Pudgy and Nearly Unrecognizable on 'Gold' Set

    Matthew McConaughey has undergone a complete physical transformation for his new role. The Oscar winner was spotted on the set of his new movie Gold this weekend, but his six-pack abs were nowhere to be found. Instead, McConaughey looks to have packed on a few pounds to take on the part of Kenny…

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  • Princess Leia ‘Slave’ Bikini Fetches Small Fortune At Auction

    The revealing bikini worn by Princess Leia in ‘Star Wars: Return of the Jedi’ has sold for an eye-watering £63,000 at auction. The gilded two-piece, won by Carrie Fisher’s character when she’s captured by Jabba The Hutt in the third ‘Star Wars’ film, was sold by US firm Profiles In History after…

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  • Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Bodyguard Throws Kapil Sharma Out Of Her Vanity Van

    Kapil Sharma has very strongly rooted himself at the heart of the small screen audience and now the audience has even approved him for big screen roles. The next most anticipated and talked about movie to be released in the theatres is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s comeback movie ‘ Jazbaa’. Looks like…

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  • Donald Trump: That's Really Me Tweeting

    The GOP presidential candidate admits he crossed the line once over social media.

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    NASA Astronaut on What Space Movies Are Leaving Out

    What's one major difference between space movies and real life travel? NASA astronaut Tracy Caldwell has the answer!

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  • 'The Martian' Blasts Off With a $55M Win for 21st Century Fox

    'The Martian' looks set to be an out of this world winner for 20th Century Fox (FOXA) after the space adventure movie blasted off with a $55 million opening weekend.
  • George Miller Turned Down The Live Action Akira Remake (Exclusive)

    ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ director George Miller is being linked with every big project in Hollywood right now following the runaway success of his dystopian blockbuster, but one project he says he’s turned down is the long-mooted live action remake of ‘Akira’. 

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  • MIPCOM: Global Networks Mad for 'The Muppets'

    Disney's reboot of the classic puppet variety series sells to 122 territories worldwide.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Channing Tatum & Weinstein Set Mike Vukadinovich To Write ‘Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock’

    EXCLUSIVE:  Channing Tatum and the Weinstein Company have set Mike Vukadinovich to write Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock , the feature project that sees Tatum make his directorial debut alongside Reid Carolin. The project is an adaptation of Matthew Quick’s YA book of the same name about a high…

  • At Asian film fest, new etiquette shows rise of mobile app

    BUSAN, South Korea (AP) — Kakao Talk, a popular mobile messaging app in South Korea, must have annoyed its share of moviegoers.

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  • MIPCOM: EuropaCorp Television Unveils Robust Drama Slate Including ‘Janus’

    CANNES– The L.A.-based EuropaCorp Television Studios USA unveiled its drama slate at MIPCOM on Monday, leading with the pharmaceutical thriller series “Janus” which has been put into development at ABC. Launched a year ago by Thomas Anargyros and Edouard de Vésinne and helmed by industry vet…

  • Sam Smith video for Bond theme 'Writing's On The Wall' released

    LONDON (Reuters) - Grammy Award winner Sam Smith released the video for his theme song for the new James Bond film "Spectre" on Monday, days after the ballad became the first 007 title track to top the British pop charts. The song "Writing's On The Wall" went straight to the top of the British…

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    Exploring the Transgender Movement in Movies

    The casts from two new films that focus around transgender people, "The Danish Girl" and "About Ray," discuss this latest movement in film.

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  • Salman comes ‘back’ with Barjatya

    Hot on the heels of Aditya Chopra announcing his big next after a self-imposed exile for seven years, the Guru of family tearjerkers is is also back with Prem Ratan Dhan Pao. Sooraj Barjatya can be credited with several things - a generation’s love for pigeons, antakshari, pet white Spitz dogs and…

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  • TF1 Partners With UFA/Beta On ‘Hitler’ Event Series- Mipcom

    French broadcaster TF1 is partnering with German production companies UFA and Beta for a ten hour, premium drama series Hitler . The series will be produced by the award-winning team behind hit German series Generation War. German channel RTL is co-developing the series, which is currently in…

  • How Ridley Scott helped The Martian break the curse of the Mars movie

    As Andy Weir, the author of the novel the movie is based on, pointed out in a recent episode of The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast, it’s been decades since any movie about the red planet has been a hit. Indeed, Hollywood is so afraid of this effect on audiences that it cut the words "of Mars"…
  • Netflix To Produce First Italian Original Show, Mob-Themed ‘Suburra’ With Cattleya And Rai

    ROME – Netflix has inked a deal to produce its first original Italian series, the 10-episode “Suburra,” about ties between mob and politics in contempo Rome. The first Italo production from Netflix is being produced by Cattleya, the prominent Italo shingle behind internationally exported TV hits,…

  • Junkie XL Will Compose Deadpool Soundtrack

    Grammy-nominated composer Junkie XL will provide the soundtrack to next year’s anticipated R-rated superhero movie ‘Deadpool’. It’ll be a big year for the musician, who is also working on 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ alongside Hans Zimmer and will more specifically score the new Batman…

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  • MIPCOM: Hulu Takes 'Deutschland '83' (Exclusive)

    FremantleMedia International has also closed deals on the German cold war drama, which premiered on Sundance TV, with Russia, Italy, Israel and Scandinavia.

    The Hollywood Reporter