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  • How Ellen Page Taught Julianne Moore About the Pains of Being Closeted

    For Ellen Page, starring in the feature-length adaptation of Cynthia Wade's documentary Freeheld meant a real-life struggle with her own sexuality and coming out publicly. "I remember thinking, ‘Ellen, how in God’s name could you make this film and not be out?'" Page told Out Magazine for their…

    ETonline
  • Hong Kong Enjoys 33% Summer Box Office Surge

    Cinemas in Hong Kong enjoyed a 33% growth business over the summer months of July and August. Hollywood dominated as local titles slumped.

    Variety
  • Sony changed Concussion to avoid legal problems with the NFL

    Executives at Sony Pictures altered parts of the forthcoming film Concussion in order to avoid legal problems with the NFL, The New York Times reports, based on emails revealed by hackers late last year. The film, directed by Peter Landesman, stars Will Smith as a doctor whose research on the…

    The Verge
  • Andrew Garfield on Exploring Fatherhood: 'Exciting, Daunting and Scary'

    In the new film  99 Homes, Andrew Garfield plays a single dad who loses his home to foreclosure. Though the 32-year-old actor doesn’t have any children in real life, he admits the film brought out his fatherly instincts. "I've always had them somewhere," he told ET at the film’s press junket over…

    ETonline
  • 'Scream's' Killer Speaks: Who Was Behind MTV's Ghostface Mask?

    The person behind the new Ghostface mask reveals when they found out the truth, season two plans and more.

    The Hollywood Reporter
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    Bryan Cranston on Jon Hamm: "His Role Was More Difficult Than Mine"

    The three-time Emmy Award winner, praises 'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm's work saying he deserves to win the top drama prize this year.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Argentine blockbuster spins sordid story at Venice

    Fresh off a record-breaking opening, Argentine crime flick "The Clan," based on the true story of a well-to-do family of kidnappers, is looking for glory at the Venice Film Festival. The movie tells the sordid tale of the Puccio family, which kidnapped a string of wealthy victims in the 1980s and…

    AFP
  • What Movie Should I See This Weekend?

    Preview all of this weekend's new theatrical releases (including A Walk in the Woods, The Transporter: Refueled, and Blind), with Metascores and trailers for each new film. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic

    Metacritic
  • US box office receipts on course to set record

    Dinosaurs, superheroes and rappers have boosted box office receipts in the United States and worldwide, setting 2015 on course to be the biggest grossing year in movie history. "It's not a record summer but we're still on track for what could be the biggest box office year in theaters," said Paul…

    AFP Relax News
  • Troy Miller Producing NBC Digital’s ‘Hidden America’, Watchup Streaming News Launches Wii U App

    Troy Miller (Dakota Pictures) will produce ten episodes of Hidden America, an NBC Digital comedy series starring Jonah Ray. The series will be in essence a comedic version of Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown,' in which Ray will travel to real settings, but talk to fictional people. "This is a…

    Deadline
  • Luke Perry Lists Hancock Park Fixer Upper

    SELLER: Luke Perry LOCATION: Los Angeles, Calif. PRICE: $2.899 million SIZE: 4,062 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Back in 1998, when he was a smoldering and beau-hunky young superstar on the smash hit teen drama “Beverly Hills 90210,” Luke Perry paid $967,500 for a 1930s…

    Variety
  • Marvel president Kevin Feige now reports directly to Disney

    In a move that underscores how valuable the comic-book franchise is within the Mouse House, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige now reports directly to Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn rather than Marvel Entertainment CEO Isaac Perlmutter. Marvel Studios co-president Louis D’Esposito also…

    American City Business Journals
  • 'Mad Max' voted best movie of the year by international critics

    International critics have voted "Mad Max: Fury Road" as their best film of the year, their main federation said Tuesday. The action movie shot by Australian director George Miller will be awarded the Grand Prix of the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) at the San Sebastian film…

    AFP
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    Bryan Cranston on 'Better Call Saul': "It's Like Another Dish Created by the Same Chef"

    The 'Breaking Bad' star shares his thoughts on creator Vince Gilligan's latest television triumph.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Summer box office expected to have slow finish over Labor Day weekend

    The box office is typically slow over Labor Day weekend and early tracking suggests this year will be no different.

    Los Angeles Times
  • Indie Sales Acquires Malian Crime Thriller ‘Wulu’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    Indie sales has boarded daring Africa-set crime thriller “Wulu,” the feature debut of Malian-French helmer Daouda Coulibaly. Produced by Eric Névé at Paris-based company La Chauve-Souris and pitched as a ‘Malian Scarface,’ “Wulu” depicts the journey of Ladji, a neglected Malian youth working as a…

    Variety
  • Shout Factory Promotes Four Execs

    Shout Factory has promoted four veteran execs, including the elevation of David McIntosh to oversee digital distribution for the home video company that specializes in vintage pop culture titles. McIntosh has been upped to senior VP of business affairs and digital distribution. Melissa Boag has…

    Variety