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  • Captain America: Civil War's Rival Superhero Teams Revealed

    Leaked promo art shows who will be fighting who in the upcoming Marvel film.

    GameSpot
  • Captain America and Iron Man's Teams Revealed for 'Civil War'

    Whose siding with who in next year's film?

    Comicvine
  • Brad Globe To Step Down As Head Of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Diane Nelson Taking Over In Interim

    Brad Globe, President of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, will be leaving the studio in the spring after overseeing the lucrative division for more than a decade. Diane Nelson will now add the oversight of the division to her current responsibilities as President, DC Entertainment and President &…

    Deadline
  • Box Office Milestone: 'Minions' Crosses $1 Billion

    The movie is only the third animated title in history to hit that mark, while Universal becomes the first studio to boast three billion dollar babies in a given year.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Trial Comedy From Jeff Astrof & Matt Miller Gets NBC Put Pilot Commitment

    NBC is taking The Trail, giving a put pilot commitment to a single-camera comedy from comedy veteran Jeff Astrof and  Forever creator Matt Miller. Written/executive produced by the duo, the half-hour, whose title is a scrambled version of Trial, is a documentary-style procedural comedy. It…

    Deadline
  • Toby Sheldon Dead: Reality TV Star And Justin Bieber Look-Alike Was 35

    Reality star Toby Sheldon, (aka Tobias Strebel), has died, his rep confirmed to Deadline. He was 35. Sheldon, who appeared on reality series E!’s  Botched and TLC’s  My Strange Addiction, was perhaps best known as a look-alike for Justin Bieber. He went missing on August 18. His body was found…

    Deadline
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    California High School Invites Tom Hanks to Homecoming

    Students at Kerman High School have started a social media campaign to get the Hollywood A-lister to attend their Tom Hanks movie-themed school dance.

    ABC News Videos
  • Celebrity Real Estate: Chatting with Zachary Quinto about Southampton, Spock, and Snowden

    Actor, producer, and all-around dreamboat Zachary Quinto's latest film, Hitman: Agent 47, premieres this weekend. A full-time New Yorker, Zachary is also a Southampton renter who's thinking about buying a place out here. He's best-known these days for playing...

    Curbed Hamptons
  • Borderlands is being turned into a blockbuster movie

    Every few years, Hollywood takes another chance on video game adaptations. The post-apocalyptic shooter is having its space western world transformed into a movie for Lionsgate, the studio behind the Hunger Games franchise. Avi Arad and Ari Arad are on board as producers, which tells you at least…

    The Verge
  • Drama Series Days Set to Return to European Film Market

    The European Film Market will host a second iteration of its Drama Series Days initiative in 2016, following its launch in Berlin in February this year. The sophomore edition will once again be hosted by the EFM, the industry platform of the Berlin International Film Festival, with its Berlinale…

    Variety
  • ‘Blunt Talk’ Solid Ratings Starter On Starz

    Blunt Talk’s Saturday  launch on Starz logged 601,000 viewers in Live+3. It’s lead-out, the second-season bow of Survivor’s Remorse, clocked 463K Live+3 viewers, which is up 68% compared with last October’s Season 1 starter. Across all of its opening weekend plays on the network, the Patrick…

    Deadline
  • ‘Rookie Blue’ Ratings Fall, ‘Big Brother’ Even, ‘Boom!’ & ‘Under The Dome’ Rise

    As we await the programming flood of the upcoming season, last night was a bit of a roller coaster on primetime. While Big Brother (2.0/7), the top rated and second most watched (6.34 million) show of the night, was even among adults 18-49 with its August 20 show, lead-out Under The Dome (0.9/3)…

    Deadline
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  • Learning to Live in Amsterdam by Learning to Ride Bikes

    The headlines these days are full of dark stories about immigration: refugees lost in the waters of the Mediterranean, people fleeing war and poverty who end up stranded in crowded camps for years, newcomers targeted by demagogues seeking to whip up nativist anxiety and votes.

    City Lab NonHosted
  • Doubles trouble in family tennis comedy 'Break Point'

    Actors Jeremy Sisto and David Walton serve up a doubles dose of the game in "Break Point", a family reconciliation comedy about estranged siblings who reunite for a tennis tournament. "Six Feet Under" actor Sisto, portrays washed-up doubles tennis player Jimmy who tries to convince his brother…

    Reuters
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    'Muhammad' movie screens at Montreal film festival

    Iran's most expensive movie, "Muhammad", which chronicles the childhood of the Muslim prophet, draws protesters before its screening at the Montréal film festival in Canada.

    AFP Videos
  • Oscars: Kazakhstan, Croatia Select Academy Award Entries

    Kazakhstan and Croatia have added their entries for this year’s foreign-language film Oscar. Yermek Tursunov’s “Stranger” will represent Kazakhstan, while Dalibor Matanic’s “The High Sun” will represent Croatia. “Stranger”, which receives its world premiere at the Toronto International Film…

    Variety