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  • Why Weird Science Pin-Up Kelly LeBrock Left Hollywood

    Kelly LeBrock left Hollywood not long after ‘Weird Science’ was released 30 years ago this weekend. “My children were and are my most important thing and so to say no to Hollywood was very easy,” says the now-55-year-old. The English model-turned-actress had already been a hugely successful cover…

  • The 'Cast List' for the Spider-Man Reboot is Ridiculous

    An image is circulating of the supposed full cast of the film

  • Netflix CEO wants to take over the world

    Netflix is looking to challenge some of the most creative minds in the business, in its quest to become the gold standard of content while continuing to lead in streaming technology.

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    Help! Our favourite divas are getting pixellated! (7 photos)

    Beauty queens Lisa Ray, Taapsee Pannu and Monica Dogra took to their social media pages flaunting their mini selves in the form of Le Blox. Personalized for the upcoming Hollywood movie Pixels, these little pixelated Le Bloxes were created specially for our celebrities, inviting them to catch this…

  • ‘Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie’ Headed To CNN Next Month – Update

    UPDATE, 8:20 AM: CNN just announced it has pushed the premiere date for Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie to Thursday, August 20. It will air at 9 PM and 11 PM ET. PREVIOUS, July 9, AM: CNN Films has acquired the exclusive U.S. broadcast rights to Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie and…

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  • Film Review: ‘Paulo Coelho’s Best Story’

    Only the most devoted aficionados of Brazilian author Paulo Coelho will find much to hold their interest in “Paulo Coelho’s Best Story,” a dramatically flat and tediously disjointed drama that comes across as a standard-issue, cliche-littered, struggling-writer-finds-fulfillment biopic that has…

  • As Relativity Implodes, Filmmakers Are Left in Limbo

    Marc Klein has spent the last four months working on a script for Relativity called “The Lost Wife,” a World War II love story set during the Holocaust. He traveled to Auschwitz and Czechoslovakia for research, but now the project — and the rest of his paycheck — hang in limbo, after the studio…

  • Google Starts Testing New Version of Google Glass For Businesses

    Google has started to distribute a new version of Google Glass to select business partners, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The new version has been introduced with little fanfare, and a consumer model is still at least another year away, sources told the paper. Google has…

  • In rural China, shoppers go online - with a little help

    By Sue-Lin Wong TONGLU, China (Reuters) - Cheng Yonghao left his village in central Henan province almost 20 years ago, not expecting to return. Cheng is just one of an army of local recruits who are part of Alibaba Group's big bet on rural e-commerce as China's internet giants invest billions in…

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    Insomniac Theater: 'Mission Impossible: Rogue'

    A sneak peek at two movies hitting theaters this weekend.

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  • ‘Knock Knock Live’ Pulled From Fox Schedule

    Fox has just notified its affiliates that it has pulled the Ryan Seacrest-hosted Knock Knock Live from its schedule after two low-rated episodes. A one-hour encore of The Last Man On Earth is set to air in its Tuesday 9 PM time slot next week, and encores of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Last Man On…

  • 20th TV & Showtime In Dispute Over Streaming Use Of ‘Homeland’

    Underscoring the pitfalls in the uncharted waters of digital distribution of TV content, I’ve learned that 20th Century Fox TV, whose cable division Fox 21 TV Studios produces flagship Showtime drama Homeland, has sent a letter to the pay cable network objecting to the inclusion of the popular…

  • "Jimmy's Hall": The Long Haul

    "Jimmy's Hall" is the type of movie that your parents, church, government, bosses and landlords warned you about. The film, nominated for the Cannes Film Festival's highest honor, the Palme d'Or, shows how standing up to the powers that be may not always be rewarding. It also shows how excellent…

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  • ‘Gilmore Girls’ Re-Runs Headed To UP Network; ‘Ties That Bind’, ‘Welcome Home’ Get Premiere Dates – TCA

    UP announced today at TCA that the family network is taking all seven seasons of Warner Bros. TV’s  Gilmore Girls, in addition to announcing the premiere dates for two series, Ties That Bind and  Last Hope With Troy Dunn, as well as their movie  Welcome Home.  The 153 one-hour episodes will…

  • U.S. political fight over Iran nuclear deal goes Hollywood

    By Idrees Ali WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. political battle over the Iran nuclear agreement has gone Hollywood, thanks to a new video strongly backing the deal featuring boldface names from Jack Black and Morgan Freeman to former spy Valerie Plame and Jordan's Queen Noor. The video by the…

  • Michael Mann, George Miller, Sylvester Stallone to Appear on El Rey’s ‘The Director’s Chair’

    Cable network El Rey announced Thursday that filmmaker Michael Mann will be featured on the Aug. 9 episode of “The Director’s Chair.” George Miller, creator of the “Mad Max” films, will appear on the Aug. 30 episode. Rodriguez recently finished shooting an episode with Sylvester Stallone.

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