Jason Cottle

  • Vin Diesel is Among the 3 Highest-Paid Actors in the World

    As it turns out, returning to the Fast & Furious franchise was a good career move for actor Vin Diesel. The 48-year-old action star came in third on the Forbes list of the world's highest-paid actors of 2015, having earned a cool $47 million for his performance in Furious 7. The pricy paycheck…

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  • Deadpool crashes the latest ‘Fantastic Four’ trailer

    It’s been nearly three weeks since the last comic book movie hit theaters, which, as you all know, means we’re just about overdue for a new one. This Friday, 20th Century Fox is releasing its long-awaited reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise, bringing new actors, a new plot and much grittier tone…

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  • 10 MAJOR Plot Spoilers Hidden At The Start Of Famous Films

    You might think some directors pull their plot twists from out of thin air, but sometimes a second watch reveals hitherto unseen details that suggest they knew what they were doing all along. Did you spot these subtle moments of foreshadowing in your favourite movies? As Adele croons the movie’s…

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  • Shonda Rhimes On McDreamy’s Fate On ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ & Meredith’s Future Next Season – TCA

    When McDreamy died last season in a car crash on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, it just drove some fans crazy. Today at TCA’s TGIT panel, Shonda Rhimes expounded on the reasoning behind Dr. Derek Shepherd’s death. “The decision to have the character die the way that he did wasn’t a difficult one in the…

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  • DreamWorks Animation Narrows Its Losses on Booming Revenue

    The movie studio took another restructuring charge but sees signs of improving conditions.

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  • Disney Lowers Forecast Citing ESPN Sub Drop But Says It’s Still A “Must Have”

    Disney shares continued to fall in postmarket trading today after execs, in a conference call, told analysts that some financial results will come in lower than it expected — due in part to declining pay TV subscriptions for its biggest profit generator: ESPN. The company says its cable unit’s…

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  • 10 of the Best Foreign Gangster Movies

    Here are 10 great foreign gangster movies that every fan of the genre should see.

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  • Alexander Skarsgard Dresses in Drag at ‘Diary of a Teenage Girl’ Premiere

    Alexander Skarsgard walked the red carpet at the “Diary of a Teenage Girl” premiere wearing a sparkly gold dress, a sky-high blonde wig and a full face of makeup. Skarsgard — who stars opposite Kristen Wiig and Bel Powley in the 1970s-set pic as a 35-year-old who has an affair with the 15-year-old…

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  • Netflix Sets Japan Launch Date

    Netflix is set to debut in Japan on Sept. 2, marking the No. 1 streaming service’s first foray into Asia as it continues its strategy of reaching virtually every country in the world. The Netflix Japan service will include a number of Japanese films and TV series, as well as original series…

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  • Review: 'Shaun The Sheep' Is A Wordless Comic Gem

    The Box Office: Shaun the Sheep opens in American theaters tomorrow courtesy of Lions Gate Entertainment. The film is produced by Studio Canal, Aardman Animations, and Anton Capitol Entertainment. It has been in release overseas since February 5th of this year and frankly America is one of its very…

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  • Xbox One to Add Free DVR Features in 2016

    Microsoft is taking another step toward making the Xbox One videogame console more like a set-top box, with plans to add digital video recording features for broadcast TV programming — a la TiVo or a cable DVR, but without the monthly subscription fees. The DVR features, set to roll out next…

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  • Rob Marshall Scoops Up Gotham Co-op

    Thanks to observant real estate canary Polly Wannacracker, we learned that Tony- and Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning stage and screen director Rob Marshall and his producer life partner John DeLuca shelled out almost $4.4 million for a carefully renovated co-operative apartment in a desirable…

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  • ABC’s Paul Lee Stresses Program Ownership In “World Of On-Demand” – TCA

    While other networks are often evasive when it comes to ownership of their programming, ABC Entertainment chief  Paul Lee has always been open about ABC's drive to own its successful franchises. "We wanted to build up the studio," he said at the January TCA, noting how many of the key ABC series…

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  • Colin Trevorrow on 'Jurassic World' Sequel: Dinosaurs Everywhere!

    By Graeme McMillan, The Hollywood Reporter The future of Jurassic World just might live up to its title, with director Colin Trevorrow hinting that the sequel to this summer’s dino-revival could spread far beyond the island setting of the original. “When you look back at nuclear power and how that…

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  • 2015 is the year of Hollywood’s practical effects comeback

    The biggest set piece in Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation is also its first scene. Tom Cruise was really and truly strapped to the side of that plane. The Mission: Impossible franchise decided long ago to place its bets on over-the-top stunt work — Cruise famously scaled an actual section of the…

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  • ‘Bait 3D’ Director Kimble Rendall to Stir up Chinese Co-Production ‘The Nest’

    Kimble Rendall has set China-Australia co-production “The Nest” as his next project after “Bait 3D” scored with Chinese audiences.

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