Fred Dekker

  • 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.

  • 8 Uncontinued Movie Franchises That Never Saw a Sequel

    What happens when a franchise doesn't make it past the first movie? Hollywood tends to forget it ever happened. Luckily, we didn't.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Captain America Will Be Running the Show In 'Age of Ultron'

    Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans tell Yahoo Movies the Avengers will be doing more group activities this time around — and we're not talking about trust-building exercises.

    Yahoo Movies
  • 'Walking Dead': Meet the Queen of Alexandria

    Two-time Emmy nominee Tovah Feldshuh joins AMC's zombie drama as Deanna, the head of Alexandria, in a role that was a man in the comics.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Jennifer Garner Admits Her Kids Never Like it When She Plays a Mom in Movies

    Whether playing the bubbly bachelorette in 13 Going on 30 or a double agent on Alias, Jennifer Garner is no stranger to playing a variety of roles on the big and small screen. But out of all the gigs the actress takes on, her kids don't exactly love one particular role. While promoting her new…

  • ‘American Sniper’ Dominates Japanese Box Office for Second Week

    TOKYO — “American Sniper” won its second straight weekend at the Japanese box office, earning $2.43 million on 242,428 admissions for the Feb. 28-March 1 period, while pushing its nine-day total over the 1 billion yen ($8.5 million) mark. Although interest in the Middle East and its wars is…

  • Tom Brokaw Writing Memoir About Battle With Cancer

    The veteran NBC News anchor revealed a year ago that he had been diagnosed with multiple myeloma, which he said in December was in remission.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 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…

  • Drew Goddard Meeting To Script, Helm New ‘Spider-Man’

    Drew Goddard, who has been in the Spidey web when he was going to put together the spinoff film The Sinister Six, might be moving up. Rumors lately had him as the likely candidate to script and direct the next installment of the Spider-Man franchise. I’m told he’s got a meeting and there’s…

  • Chef Curtis Stone Takes THR's Taste Test

    The TV host and judge, a mentor on Food Network’s new series 'All-Star Academy' premiering this Sunday, talks Rocky Mountain oysters, beet dip, raviolo and his granny’s roast lamb.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Half a century later, the box office is alive with ‘The Sound of Music’

    The musical, starring Julie Andrews, turned 50 years old Monday. It is third on the list of Hollywood blockbusters with nearly $1.2 billion in ticket sales, when adjusted for inflation.

  • Driver Charged In ZombieWalk Crowd Incident At Comic-Con

    The deaf driver who hit and seriously injured a 64-year-old woman during Comic-Con in San Diego last July has been criminally charged in the matter. Matthew Pocci, 47, is facing one count of reckless driving with injury and one count of personal infliction of great bodily injury, according to the…

  • Restored ‘Breakfast Club’ Set for World Premiere at SXSW

    South by Southwest will hold the world premiere of the newly remastered version of “The Breakfast Club” on March 17 at the  Paramount Theatre in Austin. Cast members Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy will attend for a Q&A prior to the screening. Universal announced last month that the restored version…

  • Walt Disney Studios Promotes Lylle Breier to Lead Promotions, Partnerships and Special Events

    Walt Disney Studios has promoted Lylle Breier to lead promotions, partnerships and special events. The role expands Breier’s duties at the company, for which she has overseen event strategies across all of Disney’s motion picture brands, including Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Marvel,…

  • Silver Screen: An Art-House Romance Starring Italy's Baroque Architecture

    This month will see the U.S. release of a highly cerebral Italian/French film, called La Sapienza, about an unhappy couple whose relationship begins to improve when one of them, an award-winning architect, begins studying the work of the inventive...

  • Jamie Dornan's First Post-Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Role Revealed!

    Jamie Dornan is still reeling from his Fifty Shades of Grey success, and he's already got another film lined up! The actor is set to play a Czechoslovakian soldier who is involved in the plot in the Sean Ellis-directed film. The future flick is named after the real-life Operation Anthropoid in…

  • AOL to Launch ‘Connected,’ Its First Longform Series, March 31

    AOL is set to debut its first longform digital series — half-hour reality show “Connected,” featuring New Yorkers documenting their lives on handheld camcorders — on March 31. Adapted from the Israeli docu-drama series of the same name from Koda Communications, AOL’s “Connected” is set to roll out…

  • ‘Get Hard’ Red Band Trailer: Kevin Hart & Will Ferrell In ‘Hood High Jinks

    Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart are two of the biggest comedy draws going at the box office these days — so why not team them for a sort of anti-buddy comedy? Warner Bros figured that out too, and now comes Get Hard, about a newly minted white-collar criminal (Ferrell) who hires Hart’s Darrell Lewis…

  • The Cast of "Hook": Then and Now

    The Cast of "Hook": Then and Now Dustin Hoffman Dustin Hoffman stole the show as the legendary Captain Hook, a pirate with a lifetime rivalry with Peter Pan. Hoffman's career is legendary. Since "Hook," he has starred in "Outbreak", "Wag the Dog", "I Heart Huckabees", "Last Chance Harvey", . Robin…