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  • How 'Avatar 2' Will Make Box Office History

    James Cameron just provided new details on the new 'Avatar' films. Here's why they're poised to make box office history.

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  • Cannes: Critics’ Week Lineup Unveiled

    The roster for Cannes Film Festival sidebar Critics’ Week was announced this afternoon with seven films in competition and two special screenings, along with the opening and closing titles. Figuring amongst the mix is Inglourious Basterds star Mélanie Laurent with her second directorial outing,…

    Deadline.com
  • Artist's Muse, In Her Own Light

    John Cohen and Mary Frank come together to collaborate on "Visions of Mary Frank," a documentary about the artist's life and work.

    The Wall Street Journal
  • Johnny Depp Flops Again, ‘Captain America’ Sequel Rises Past its Predecessor

    Disney-Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” eked out a small lead over Fox’s “Rio 2” at the Friday box office. The superhero pic looks to win the weekend in this year’s second three-peat (after “The Lego Movie”). The “Captain America” sequel earned $9.6 million, just over the animated…

    Variety
  • Saving India’s Magician Colony

    The directors of the documentary ‘Tomorrow We Disappear,’ now playing at the Tribeca Film Festival, on India’s legendary Kathputli slum, the last home to magicians, acrobats, and puppeteers.

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  • Film Review: ‘Our Family’

    After various satirical dramedies, Yuya Ishii demonstrates a new gravitas and compassion in this spare, powerful drama.

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  • ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2' Spins $47 Million in Overseas Box-Office Opening

    “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” spun $47 million in its international debut, led by a whopping $15 million from the U.K. and Ireland. Sony's Marvel superhero sequel, starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, opens in the United States on May 2. The opening, in 14 foreign markets, was comparable to that…

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    Johnny Depp Flops At The Box Office AGAIN With Transcendence!

    Despite the fact that Johnny Depp’s personal life with Amber Heard is flourishing, the opposite is happening to his career. His latest movie, Transcendence is proving to be a box office bust on its opening weekend, after bringing in only $12 million by Saturday. This follows Depp’s flops The Lone…

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  • AI Experts On The Reality Behind The Sci-Fi Thriller “Transcendence”

    An ambitious blend of fact and fiction, “Transcendence” is Hollywood’s latest dystopian-edged take on the implications of artificial intelligence. Here are some examples of where the film displays some ...

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  • Why New York City Needs the Knicks

    The documentary ‘When the Garden Was Eden,’ premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, focuses on the ‘70s New York Knicks, and how the basketball team served as a refuge for a city plagued by crime.

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  • Quentin Tarantino is modifying script for 'The Hateful Eight' after leak

    It looks like Quentin Tarantino's next film will be The Hateful Eight after all. As is his hallmark, the story is split into several chapters, and Tarantino provided at least one clue as to how the script will change from its current form.

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  • ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’ Theater Review: Daniel Radcliffe Returns to the Stage

    In one very important respect, Daniel Radcliffe may be the hardest working star on Broadway today.  The 2013-14 season is currently awash with actors sporting illustrious TV and movie resumes, but none does more to dispel his Hollywood past than Radcliffe in “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a revival of…

    The Wrap
  • Cannes Critics' Week Unveils Lineup

    Djinn Carrenard’s "Faire L’Amour" will open the sidebar, run by the French Film Critics Syndicate, with Melanie Laurent’s second feature film, "Breathe" getting an out-of-competition screening.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Beijing Film Fest: Chis Dodd Presents Prize to Film Workshop Winner

    Aspiring filmmaker Zheng Ye's project "Momo" took the top award at the two-day screenwriting and pitching seminar, which featured talks from Paramount Pictures COO Frederick Huntsberry and "Rio 2" director Carlos Saldanha.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • The 6 Most Amazing Versions of Spider-Man We Love

    Here's a look at some of the most popular iterations of the arachnid superhero.

    Wall St. Cheat Sheet
  • Ferry Disaster Weighs on Korean Media

    Distributors have trio of nautical-themed movies set for second half release

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    CAPTAIN AMERICA KEEPS THE LEAD

    TOPTEN: Weekend Box Office estimates for April 18th through April 20th. Marvel Entertainment, 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' beat out several movies for the number one spot, including: 'Rio 2' and 'Heaven is for Real'.

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  • Miike Takashi to Direct Yakuza-Vampire Picture

    "Say good-bye to wimpy and boring Japanese movies," says cult Japanese director

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  • Japan Box Office: 'Frozen' Sails Past $100 Million, 'Captain America' Opens in Second

    The Disney Oscar-winner is the first Hollywood film to break the $100 million mark in Japan since 2010, and looks set to surpass the $120 million that Hayao Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises" took last year.

    The Hollywood Reporter