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  • 6 Actors Who Sabotaged Their Own Careers

    It’s so difficult to make it as a Hollywood star that once you’ve got there, you’d think you’d do everything you could to stay. Who is Marcus Chong? Ultimately, Tank’s brother-in-law (played by someone else) became the new tech operator for the other two ‘Matrix’ films and Chong hasn’t appeared on…

    Ben Falk
  • Bill Maher Slams Donald Trump’s “Go Back To Univision” Comment As Racist

    Bill Maher is taking Donald Trump more seriously these days. While continuing to use the Republican front-runner as an ever-ready punchline, the HBO host seemed more angry than bemused during last night’s Real Time with Bill Maher when talking about the increasingly amped-up anti-immigration…

    Deadline
  • ‘Suicide Squad’: David Ayer Tweets Cast and Crew Photo on Final Day of Production

    Warner Bros.’ “Suicide Squad” ended principal photography on Friday, and director David Ayer commemorated the event by posting a photo of the cast and crew on Twitter. It's a wrap folks! #SuicideSquad #WarnerBros #DCcomics pic.twitter.com/1Rkvd9t3JX — David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) August 28, 2015…

    Variety
  • 5 of the Best Slacker Films of All Time

    From high school stoners to grown ups who never really grew up, these films celebrate some of the most unmotivated characters ever created.

    The Cheat Sheet
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    California High School Invites Tom Hanks to Homecoming

    Students at Kerman High School have started a social media campaign to get the Hollywood A-lister to attend their Tom Hanks movie-themed school dance.

    ABC News Videos
  • Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler’s ‘The House’ Casts Ryan Simpkins

    Ryan Simpkins is joining Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler in the New Line comedy “The House,” in which she’ll play their teenage daughter. Ferrell and Poehler will portray parents who lose the money intended to pay for their daughter’s college tuition and open an underground casino out of desperation.…

    Variety
  • The Trump Monster from the GOP's Id

    Who remembers the 1956 science fiction classic, Academy Award-nominated film, Forbidden Planet, featuring the likes of Walter Pidgeon and Robby the Robot? To the sci-fi aficionado, it was in a league of its own and according to Gene Roddenberry an inspiration for the Star Trek franchise.Do you…

    Huffington Post
  • 4 Marvel and DC Characters Who Need a Movie Reboot

    With comic book films ruling the box office, it's only a matter of time until Hollywood gives these characters a second chance at big-screen success.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • ‘The Jury’ Legal Drama Produced By Carol Mendelsohn Sold To ABC With Big Penalty

    ABC is developing The Jury, a drama project written by  Justified writer-producer VJ Boyd and Mark Bianculli (MTV pilot Self Promotion) and executive produced by CSI alumna Carol Mendelsohn. The project, from Sony Pictures TV, where Mendelsohn is under an overall deal, landed at ABC with a…

    Deadline
  • Migrant drama hits European screens in film 'Mediterranea'

    "Mediterranea", a first feature by US-Italian director Jonas Carpignano who was part of the shooting crew on the well-received 2012 film "Beasts of the Southern Wild", follows two Africans as they make an odyssey to Europe -- and to disillusionment. It starts in Algeria and moves to Libya, a…

    AFP
  • Jennifer Garner's Fave Perfumer Launches New Fragrance Set

    The DIY-style Biography kit by Sarah Horowitz, who also has fans in Madonna and Rachel Zoe, makes it easy to create a custom scent for fall.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 'Ally McBeal' First Episode: THR's 1997 Review

    "It’s thin fantasy material that often stumbles over the line of cute, but it’s snappy and cleverly fresh."

    The Hollywood Reporter
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    'Muhammad' movie screens at Montreal film festival

    Iran's most expensive movie, "Muhammad", which chronicles the childhood of the Muslim prophet, draws protesters before its screening at the Montréal film festival in Canada.

    AFP Videos
  • Ridley Scott confirms his next movie is Prometheus 2

    Ridley Scott just can't leave space alone. In a recent interview with Empire, the The Martian director stated plainly that his next project is the sequel to 2012's Prometheus. For those who don't remember, Prometheus served as a kind of pseudo-prequel to the Alien franchise. Starring Noomi Rapace…

    The Verge
  • Jeremy Sisto: ‘Break Point’ Presents ‘White Trash Version of Tennis’

    The idea for “Break Point” came after star Jeremy Sisto and writer Gene Hong noticed there were no tennis movies from a blue collar perspective, while they were playing, what else, tennis. “It was an idea that Gene and I had playing out on the court,” Sisto said at Broad Green’s special screening…

    Variety
  • Pretty Pictures Acquires All Rights to Cannes Classics’ ‘Ingrid Bergman’ Docu (EXCLUSIVE)

    After picking up French rights to Stig Björkman’s “Ingrid Bergman, In Her Own Words” ahead of its Cannes Classics premiere, Paris-based Pretty Pictures has now acquired international sales rights for multiple territories. Aiming to broaden its scope beyond French distribution, James Velaise’s…

    Variety
  • Celebrity Real Estate: Chatting with Zachary Quinto about Southampton, Spock, and Snowden

    Actor, producer, and all-around dreamboat Zachary Quinto's latest film, Hitman: Agent 47, premieres this weekend. A full-time New Yorker, Zachary is also a Southampton renter who's thinking about buying a place out here. He's best-known these days for playing...

    Curbed Hamptons
  • Trial Comedy From Jeff Astrof & Matt Miller Gets NBC Put Pilot Commitment

    NBC is taking The Trail, giving a put pilot commitment to a single-camera comedy from comedy veteran Jeff Astrof and  Forever creator Matt Miller. Written/executive produced by the duo, the half-hour, whose title is a scrambled version of Trial, is a documentary-style procedural comedy. It…

    Deadline
  • New trailers: Star Wars, The Martian, Ash vs Evil Dead, and more

    Maybe it's because we're moving out of summer movie season, but this was actually a kind-of sort-of slowish week for trailers! That said, a few big upcoming titles made a lot of noise without showing very much — like, yes, Star Wars — and a number of films that are a bit more under the radar had…

    The Verge