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  • Ronda Rousey's latest movie project revealed amid criticism from rival

    If fans were wondering what’s next for UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey after her UFC 184 win, they needn’t wonder any longer.

    Cagewriter
  • ‘Independence Day 2′ Casts Jessie Usher as Lead

    Fox has cast “Survivor’s Remorse” star Jessie Usher in “Independence Day 2″ as the lead. He’s the first castmember attached to the sequel. Usher will portray the son of Will Smith’s Steven Hiller character from the 1996 original. Smith is not expected to return. Director Roland Emmerich will return…

    Variety
  • Mo'Nique: 'Empire' Role Was Mine

    It's hard to imagine anyone but Taraji P. Henson playing Cookie on "Empire," but according to Mo'Nique, she was offered the role first. Mo'Nique appeared on Access Hollywood Live to promote her new project "Blackbird" on Tuesday, but she also spoke very candidly about how her career has been…

    Access Hollywood
  • The Cast of The Sandlot Then and Now

    The Cast of The Sandlot Then and Now "You're killin' me, smalls!" Here's where the lovable cast of "The Sandlot" is now. Tom Guiry Guiry played the dorkily lovable Scotty Smalls in the cast of "The Sandlot" and continues to work on the big and small screen, most notably in 2001's "Black Hawk Down"…

    Wochit
  • Lester Holt Returns To ‘NBC Nightly News’ Tonight

    Holt tweeted this morning that he’s returning to the newscast tonight, one night after Savannah Guthrie filled in while Holt dealt with a family medical emergency, NBC News said yesterday. It had been unclear how long he would be gone. " @heidi_mcsista: @Nicoleedits Prayers for @LesterHoltNBC and…

    Deadline
  • Marvel Studios dominates 2015 Saturn Awards nominations

    It was a good day for Marvel with the release of the 41st annual Saturn Awards nominations (geared toward genre work on the big and small screen). "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" led overall on the film side with 11 nominations, while "Guardians of the Galaxy" picked up nine.

    Hitfix
  • NBC to Launch Comedy Internet-Subscription Service in 2015

    NBC is looking to get into the over-the-top game starting with grins and giggles. The Peacock is planning to launch a comedy subscription-video service later in 2015, Variety has confirmed. But at this point, the service still in the early stages of development. NBC’s comedy subscription…

    Variety
  • Chris O’Donnell Receives a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

    As they say in Hollywood, timing is everything and, for child star-turned-“NCIS: Los Angeles” lead Chris O’Donnell, this was certainly the case. “I got my letter from Boston College and it said, ‘You’re wait-listed,’” the Chicago-born actor recalls of senior year in high school when it was the…

    Variety
  • Why We Shouldn't Make Too Much Of China's Box Office Topping The U.S. In February

    We've all heard the rumblings that China will soon eclipse America as the top movie-going market sometime around 2020. So the news that the overall box office in the month of February was larger in China ($650 million) than it was in America ($640 million) isn't a shock in theory

    Forbes
  • Daniel Craig Films 007 Sketch for U.K. Charity Event

    Elton John, Stephen Hawking and Rowan Atkinson are also participating in the Red Nose Day fundraising efforts.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Hulu Gets Disney Junior’s ‘Doc McStuffins’ in Exclusive SVOD Deal

    Hulu, looking to cater to the 6-and-under set — or, more accurately, their parents — inked a deal with Disney-ABC Television Group giving the Internet-streaming service exclusive subscription video-on-demand rights to Disney Junior’s acclaimed animated series “Doc McStuffins.” Also covered under…

    Variety
  • Jonathan Groff to Wear Crown in 'Hamilton'

    The star of HBO's 'Looking' will step into the role of King George in Lin-Manuel Miranda's acclaimed bio-musical, which transfers to Broadway following its Public Theater premiere.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 9 Actors Who Only Make Bad Movies

    9 Actors Who Only Make Bad Movies Katherine Heigl The first time we saw Katherine Heigl as the driven and tightly-wound, but quirky and ultimately lovable girl was in "Knocked Up", and that was a decent comedy. But then she played the same character in "27 Dresses" which was meh. But then we saw it…

    Wochit
  • Fred Savage to Co-Star in Fox's Rob Lowe Comedy

    The 'Wonder Years' alum will play Lowe's brother in 'The Grinder.'

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Marvin Gaye Family Says Jury Has Been "Poisoned" by 'Blurred Lines' Trial Testimony

    The judge is asked to do something about "confusing, wrong and entirely prejudicial" comments by Robin Thicke's side.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 'Spider-Man' Gives Marvel What It Needs Most: Villains

    Kelvin Chavez of Latino Review scooped the Internet yesterday with a big news dump alleging copious information about the upcoming Walt Disney/Sony reboot of the Spider-Man franchise. The general idea is that it will be a fresh start, sans origin, written and directed by Drew Goddard of Cabin in…

    Forbes
  • Film Review: ‘Good Things Await’

    An octogenarian biodynamic farmer battles bureaucracy in his quest to preserve Danish Red dairy cattle, and to practice crop and animal husbandry in a respectful manner, in the inspiring, good-looking observational documentary “Good Things Await.” Biodynamics is a spiritual-ethical-ecological…

    Variety