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  • Angelina Jolie Reveals Son Maddox Has a New After-School Job

    Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's son Maddox turns 14 next week, but he's already entered the workforce.

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • The 10 best movies and TV shows about to be removed from Netflix

    If you have a busy week full of work and errands planned, we’re so sorry to have to do this to you. There are priorities in life though, and making sure you binge-watch the great content about to be removed from Netflix is somewhere near the top of the list. Content comes and goes each month on…

    BGR News
  • Jon Stewart Jokes About White House Meetings in 'Nightly Show' Appearance

    Sipping a beer, the "Senior Don't Give a Shit Anymore Correspondent" told Larry Wilmore that President Obama invited him there to "hang out, eat nachos watch 'King Ralph.' "

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • This startup uses artificial intelligence to predict whether a Hollywood film will be a hit or a flop — just by scanning the script

    There’s a lot of literature that claims a successful Hollywood script can be broken down...

    Business Insider
  • Starz Blames Faulty Pay TV Reports For Confusion Over Its Q2 Sub Numbers

    How many subscribers does Starz have? Sometimes even Starz itself can’t be sure — as investors found out today. This morning the company reported that Starz had 23.5 million subs in Q2, down 200,000 from Q1, while Encore had 33.3 million, down 500,000. That surprise led some to wonder whether the…

    Deadline
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    Charlize Theron and Sean Penn Forced to Reunite to Re-Shoot Movie Scenes

    Well this is awkward. Charlize Theron is forced to reunite with her ex fiancé Sean Penn to re shoot scenes from their new movie.

    HollyScoop
  • You Can Still Go On 'Pee-Wee's Big Adventure' 30 Years Later

    To celebrate the 30th birthday of what is arguably the best thing to come out of 1985 -- the film "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure" -- Los Angeles-based photographer Jared Cowan retraced Pee-Wee's epic road trip to photograph locations from the movie and juxtapose them with what they look like today. …

    Huffington Post
  • Oculus deploys virtual reality hedgehog to lure filmmakers

    By Piya Sinha-Roy and Lisa Richwine BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Reuters) - In a Beverly Hills mansion on Tuesday, Facebook-owned Oculus rolled out "Henry," a movie that takes advantage of its virtual reality technology to tell the story of a hug-obsessed hedgehog. The company's pitch is to lure…

    Reuters
  • Venice Film Festival marks 72nd edition with star lineup

    ROME (Reuters) - The Venice Film Festival revealed a star-studded lineup for its 72nd annual edition on Wednesday with top Hollywood names center stage in a wide selection of U.S. and international movies. The world's oldest film festival will open with "Everest", starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Keira…

    Reuters
  • Relativity on brink of bankruptcy, layoffs to start this week

    Three weeks after an 11th-hour deal promised to keep Relativity afloat for another year, the Beverly Hills, California, studio is poised to declare bankruptcy. Chairman and CEO Ryan Kavanaugh is expected to announce a decision today. Meanwhile, the 11-year-old company is preparing to lay off a…

    American City Business Journals
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    ShowBiz Minute: Jolie, Depardieu, Damon

    Angelina Jolie's son Maddox to help his mother with her next movie; Ukraine bans Gerard Depardieu from entering the country for five years; Matt Damon's 'The Martian' to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. (July 29)

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  • Ridley Scott, Jean-Marc Vallee head Toronto filmfest lineup

    Organizers of the annual Toronto International Film Festival unveiled an ambitious lineup Tuesday leading off with psychological drama "Demolition" by Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallee. "Alien" director Ridley Scott's eagerly-awaited space adventure "The Martian" will also be among the highlights…

    AFP
  • Film Review: ‘Little from the Fish Shop’

    Sebastian, Disney's calypso-inclined crustacean, may despair at "Little from the Fish Shop," a sly update of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid" in which his catchy counsel to remain underwater goes entirely unheeded.

    Variety
  • Celebs Clash Over Cara Delevingne’s Awkward Paper Towns Interview

    Unless you’ve been living under a pretty humungous rock, you’ll have heard of Cara Delevingne’s epic new movie, Paper Towns. Moving on, the morning after the Paper Towns premiere, Cara appeared on US show ‘Good Morning Sacramento’, and the presenters were less than impressed, and to be honest, a…

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  • Movie Villains 'Discriminate' Against Bald Men, Claims Bald Man

    Of the recent (and historical) bald villians, he points out Jeff Bridges’ Obadiah Stane in the first ‘Iron Man’, Jesse Eisenberg, Gene Hackman and Kevin Spacey’s Lex Luthors, Darth Vader, Bane, Freddie Kruger and Ming the Merciless. Not only are these all villains, often they’re found to be facing…

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  • Tom Cruise Linked With Disney’s Bob: The Musical

    More news on future Disney projects has emerged this week as it’s not only been confirmed that Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Chabon will  be writing the script for the song-filled ‘Bob: The Musical’, but seems Tom Cruise is contemplating boarding the film too.

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  • Christina Applegate’s Enduring Appeal

    The gifted comedic actress opens up about her new film ‘Vacation,’ why she’s interested in a ‘Married… with Children’ revival, and her fascination with Chris Hemsworth’s abs.

    The Daily Beast (RSS)
  • Report: Five Nights at Freddy's movie has a director

    Warner Bros. has enlisted Gil Kenan to direct its film adaptation of the Five Nights at Freddy's series of horror games, reports Deadline. Deadline reports that Kenan is also writing the screenplay for the Five Nights at Freddy's film. Kenan is co-writing the movie with Tyler Burton Smith,…

    Polygon