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  • 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
  • Disney unveils Star Wars toys amid marketing blitz

    The release of the new Star Wars movie may still be months off, but Disney is unleashing its full marketing "Force" behind the launch of hundreds of toys and other items related to the film. ...

    Associated Press
  • Film Review: ‘Life in a Walk’

    Yogi Roth’s documentary “Life in a Walk” has a simple premise: After his father Will receives a prostate cancer diagnosis, Yogi realizes how much he’d hate to find himself wishing they’d spent more time together, and asks him to come along for a two-week walk along the famous Camino de Santiago…

    Variety
  • Fourth Finnish Film Affair Confab to Host U.S. Panel

    A delegation of high-profile U.S. execs will make the trip to Helsinki at the end of the month to participate in a panel hosted during the fourth edition of the Finnish Film Affair. Set to take place Sept 22-24 during the Helsinki International Film Festival, the Finnish Film Affair will attract a…

    Variety
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    Sooraj and Athiya on DID (7 photos)

    The stars of our industry leave no stone unturned when it comes to promotions of their movie. We see them running in and out cities and countries around the world just to reach their target audience. We caught the debutant stars of the movie ‘Hero’ on Dance India Dance.

    Yahoo India Movies
  • 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
  • Netflix makes big splash in Venice's film lagoon

    By Michael Roddy VENICE (Reuters) - Venice may be the world's oldest film festival, but this year it is pioneering what may well become the future of cinema as Netflix screens two films here, one of them its first feature and a contender for the top prize. "Beasts of No Nation" stars Idris Elba --…

    Reuters
  • David Axelrod Joins CNN As Senior Political Commentator

    David Axelrod, former senior adviser to President Obama, will begin as a CNN senior political commentator tomorrow, September 4; he will be unveiled on The Lead With Jake Tapper. It’s presumed this means Axelrod’s tenure as political analyst on MSNBC has come to an end. At CNN, he will add…

    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
  • Disney And DreamWorks To Part Ways After The BFG

    Disney’s deal with DreamWorks is coming to an end, according to sources, with Steven Spielberg (one of its founders) set to become a more prominent part of Universal. The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that the distribution deal between Spielberg’s DreamWorks and the Walt Disney Company will see…

    Mike P Williams
  • Thor Director Kenneth Branagh Rumoured For Artemis Fowl

    Artemis Fowl may finally be heading to the big screen, as Kenneth Branagh signs up to direct the long-awaited movie adaptation. According to The Tracking Board, an ‘Artemis Fowl’ movie is finally going ahead… and with Kenneth Branagh at the helm, it sounds like an interesting prospect. ‘Artemis…

    Ryan Leston
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    Cate Blanchett to Play Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin Biopic

    Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories in "GMA" Pop News.

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  • 'Dope,' One Of The Summer's Best Films, Returns To Theaters Friday

    Image courtesy of Open Road Films Just as IMAX and Universal/Comcast Corp. took advantage of a light weekend last week to return Jurassic World to IMAX theaters and boost its domestic total one last time, so too is Open Road Films is taking advantage of a near-barren weekend (sorry, Transporter…

    Forbes
  • Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ Debut Will Be Supersized

    Set your DVRs: CBS’ unveiling of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert is going to run long Tuesday night. Expect it to run to 12:44 AM ET, the network advised today. That will give Colbert plenty of time to ask GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush if he wishes he’d first run by Colbert his campaign’s…

    Deadline
  • China Approves First Gay Romance For Theatrical Release

    Director Wang Chao announced regulators' decision on his microblog.

    Variety
  • What to Read During New York Fashion Week (and Beyond)

    Let designer Joseph Altuzarra help you out with his reading list for the Mandarin Oriental, New York's Bedside Reading Program.

    The Hollywood Reporter