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  • Anne Hathaway, 32, Is Already Losing Roles to Younger Actresses

    In Hollywood, 32 is apparently over the hill. "I can't complain about it because I benefited from it," Hathaway says. Obviously, Hathaway isn't the first victim of ageism in Hollywood: Earlier this year, Maggie Gyllenhaal revealed she'd been told that, at 37, she was "too old" to the play the love…

    TV Guide
  • Chris Evans on Saying Goodbye to Marvel: ‘It’s Almost Terrifying to Think About’

    Don’t leave us, Captain America! Chris Evans and (most of) the Avengers cast wrapped filming on Captain America: Civil War late last month, marking Evans' fifth film in his six-picture contract with Marvel Studios. In an interview with ETonline, the 34-year-old actor explains why having another…

    ETonline
  • Mark Ruffalo Reveals the Reason Hulk Won't Be in "Civil War"

    There will be no "Hulk Smash" in next year's Marvel film.

    Comicvine
  • John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein Comedy Lands At Fox With Penalty

    Hot feature writers John Francis Daley and  Jonathan Goldstein ( Horrible Bosses) are venturing into television with a single-camera comedy project for Fox, which has received a script commitment plus penalty. The project hails from 20th Century Fox TV and Chernin Entertainment. Written by the…

    Deadline
  • Apparently, Emma Thompson Is Going To Hang Herself If She Sees Another Spider-Man Movie

    Well, even if you despise the webbed-wonder a lot Emma Thompson has you beat. Thompson admitted to Vulture that she has grown rather weary of the superhero formula, before she then picked out ‘Spider-Man’ in particular for some pretty harsh treatment.

    Gregory Wakeman
  • Lights out for movie houses in Libya's 'Mermaid of Med'

    The Libyan capital once boasted grand movie houses that packed in smartly dressed couples for a special night out, but how times have changed. The rot started even before the 2011 revolution that ousted longtime dictator Moamer Kadhafi, and has since seen movie houses bolt their doors one after the…

    AFP
  • Review: 'Transporter' a cinematic bumpy ride

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — If nothing else, this reboot of the Transporter franchise should do wonders for Audi sales, not to mention car safety. Every passenger who sets foot in the tricked-out, gleaming German automobile driven by the titular character is immediately ordered to fasten their seat belt.…

    Associated Press
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  • Netflix Stock Clawed by Bears: Are Apple, Hulu, Amazon Threats to Blame?

    Netflix shares closed down 4.2% Thursday — their fifth straight day of declines — with the stock down 14% since Aug. 27. What has investors spooked? Netflix, a historically volatile stock, has been buffeted by broad economic fears in recent weeks: It took a beating along with media and…

    Variety
  • Film Review: ‘Life in a Walk’

    Yogi Roth’s documentary “Life in a Walk” has a simple premise: After his father Will receives a prostate cancer diagnosis, Yogi realizes how much he’d hate to find himself wishing they’d spent more time together, and asks him to come along for a two-week walk along the famous Camino de Santiago…

    Variety
  • YouTube Stars Dude Perfect Land CMT Series For 2016 Premiere

    The dudes are heading to CMT. The network has greenlighted The Dude Perfect Show (working title) from Rob Dyrdek's Superjacket Prods for premiere in 2016. The series will combine comedy and live-action stunts and follow the lives of digital stars Tyler Toney, Cody Jones, Garrett Hilbert and twins…

    Deadline
  • Twitter Promotes Product Exec Ahead of Lightning Launch

    Twitter has a new head of consumer products: Jeff Seibert, previously in charge of the company’s developer platform, is now in charge of Twitter’s apps and website. He will be reporting to Twitter’s SVP of product Kevin Weil, according to a Recode report that has since been confirmed by the…

    Variety
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    Venice fest: Gyllenhaal looks dapper as Everest opens

    Jake Gyllenhaal plays dramatic role in Everest, a film based on the true story of a tragic expedition. The movie opened Venice Film Festival with the actor opening up about his role.

    Zoomin TV
  • Alex Gibney explains why his Steve Jobs documentary may cause you to put down your iPhone for good

    For Alex Gibney it all started with the death of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs on October 5, 2011...

    Business Insider
  • Q&A With "A Walk in the Woods" Director Ken Kwapis

    Photo by Frank Masi/Broad Green PicturesThis week the film A Walk in the Woods, based on Bill Bryson's 1998 best-selling book, comes out in theaters. Sierra Club radio host Orli Cotel spoke with director Ken Kwapis about working (and walking) in the woods with Hollywood icons Robert Redford and…

    Huffington Post
  • Soccer Legend Bobby Moore Documentary Launches Kickstarter Campaign

    Producers of a documentary about iconic soccer player Bobby Moore have launched a Kickstarter campaign to release the film next year to coincide with the 50th anniversary of England’s 1966 World Cup victory. Moore was the captain of that team. He’s regarded as one of the best defenders of all time…

    Variety
  • NBC Buys ‘The Watcher’ Thriller Drama From Alex Cary & Aaron Kaplan

    In June, a local news story about a New Jersey family forced to abandon their new home over chilling letters from a stalker who calls himself “ The Watcher” made national headlines. It has now become an inspiration for a thriller TV drama project from former Homeland executive producer Alex Cary,…

    Deadline
  • 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Returns To IMAX For One Week Only

    Image courtesy of Warner Bros. Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc. and IMAX have announced that Mad Max: Fury Road will be getting a one-week return engagement to IMAX screens starting on September 11, 2015. As was the case last week with Jurassic World, the relative lack of IMAX-friendly titles and the…

    Forbes