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  • See What Nightcrawler, Jubilee, Cyclops, and Jean Grey Look Like in X-Men Apocalypse

    Shots from the sets of the upcoming film have leaked onto the net

    Comicvine
  • Blake Lively Proudly Shows Off Ryan Reynolds's Buff Bod

    The actress treated her Instagram followers to some eye candy on Monday when she shared a snapshot of her incredibly fit husband with a cheeky message.

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • 'Furious' Star Michelle Rodriguez to Host Yahoo Autos Series

    Michelle Rodriguez continues to prove she’s got serious car cred. The actress, who has appeared in four Fast and Furious movies, including the record-breaking latest installment, Furious 7, will host Riding Shotgun With Michelle Rodriguez, a new series that will premiere on Yahoo Autos.

    Yahoo Movies
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    Actress Salma Hayek in Beirut to promote new film "The Prophet"

    Mexican actor and director Salma Hayek was in the Lebanese capital on Monday to promote her film "The Prophet," based on Lebanese author Kahlil Gibran's eponymous book. Duration: 00:47

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  • New Line Acquires Rolling Stone True Crime Saga ‘Dukes Of Oxy'; Michael De Luca, Ansel Elgort Attached

    EXCLUSIVE: In what will be his first collaboration at New Line in a very long time, Michael De Luca is at the center of a deal for Dukes Of Oxy, an article in the April 23 issue of Rolling Stone about a pair of teen high school wrestlers from Florida who built a multimillion-dollar business…

    Deadline
  • Musicians sue US film studios for outsourcing

    Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer -- violated a collective bargaining agreement that music for Hollywood films would be produced in the United States or Canada. "The disregard for the livelihood of professional musicians by these companies has to stop," said Ray Hair,…

    AFP
  • Cannes: Hilary Swank, Tom Wilkinson Join Drama 'Denial'

    The project is an adaptation of Deborah E. Lipstadt’s book 'History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier.'

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • In a world that keeps turning..

    Make sure you keep up. Experience the Galaxy S6 on the network that opens new worlds: Verizon.

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  • Apple Does It Again: Beats Expectations For Earnings And iPhone Sales

    The electronics company’s shares are poised to hit another new high tomorrow after releasing an earnings report for early 2015 that exceeded the Street’s expectations — and increased its capital return plans. The company generated $13.6 billion in net income, up 32.7% vs the period last year on…

    Deadline
  • Famke Janssen Signs With ICM Partners

    Famke Janssen, who is just wrapping up the third and final season of Netflix’s original series Hemlock Grove, has signed with ICM Partners. The model-turned-actress who got her start as Bond girl Xenia Onatopp in GoldenEye had been with CAA. On the film side, Janssen starred in the X-Men trilogy…

    Deadline
  • Film Biz Recycling, One of NYC's Best Shopping Secrets, Is Closing

    If you haven't already experienced the labyrinthine treasure trove that is Film Biz Recycling, you've only got until June 21st. The enormous underground warehouse in Gowanus—where shoppers can purchase old furniture, sets, art, books, clothing, and esoteric tchotchkes used in theater and film…

    Racked New York
  • Steve Jobs, Tim Cook, and Remember The Titans

    A question on Jeopardy. It sure sounds like one. What do these men and that movie have in common? In the just-released book, Becoming Steve Jobs, Apple CEO, Tim Cook revealed that three days before Jobs passed away, he invited Tim over to his home to watch a movie. Why? As Cook relates, Jobs was…

    Huffington Post
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  • Ex Machina: Movie or Film?

    Film critique: "Ex machine," or Real Boy meets Singularity GirlIn my continuing effort to be up-to-date with the culture I went to see the new movie, "Ex machina." Loyal readers will remember the distinction between a movie and a film: a movie is basically entertainment ("the movies" and "movie…

    Huffington Post
  • ‘American Sniper’ And ‘Fifty Shades’ Drive Increase In Average Q1 Ticket Outlays

    The two R-rated films were important in lifting the average ticket outlay in Q1 to $8.12, up 2% vs the same period in 2014, according to the National Association of Theatre Owners. Average ticket outlays are usually higher in a quarter when you see a lot of grown-ups paying full freight; kids films…

    Deadline
  • Joel Silver Partners With Canadian Financier for Silver Pictures Entertainment

    Veteran producer Joel Silver has hooked up with Canadian financier Daryl Katz to independently finance a slate of feature films, television and digital projects. Longtime finance and packaging agent Hal Sadoff, who left ICM in 2012, will serve as CEO of the newly formed Silver Pictures…

    Variety
  • Bladesmiths Cut To The Chase In New Competition Series On History

    Production has begun in Brooklyn, NY on Forged In Fire, a new competition series in which bladesmiths from around the world will test their mettle. Hosted by weapons expert Wil Willis, a former Army Ranger and decorated Air Force para-rescue specialist, the series will feature world-class…

    Deadline
  • Average Movie Tickets Climb 2% to Record $8.12 During First Quarter

    Moviegoers shelled out $8.12 on average to see films such as “American Sniper” and “Fifty Shades of Grey” during the first three months of 2015. That represented a 2% increase from the year-ago period, when going to the movies cost an average of $7.96, according to statistics released Monday by the…

    Variety