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  • Tom Hiddleston Reveals Why He Was Cut From Avengers: Age Of Ultron

     ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ would’ve been just as successful with or without the inclusion of the hugely likeable Tom Hiddleston (we think), but now the actor’s revealed why he was cut from the movie. Speaking to Digital Spy, the charming Brit who plays the devilish Loki in the Marvel Cinematic…

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  • Free Event in Washington DC Area October 13th - 17

    Join us for Than Merrill's, the star of A&E's 'Flip this House', free 2 hour training event in the Washington DC area. Register before seats are gone!

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  • ‘Gotham’ EP On Tonight’s Joker Origin Shocker & Honoring The Batman Legacy

    SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of tonight's episode of Gotham EXCLUSIVE: In a move that many shows would have saved for a season finale, the Batman backstory series tonight laid some new tracks for the origins of the Caped Crusader's archenemy. Having teased and toyed out the…

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  • Review: 'Steve Jobs' plays man versus machine

    When is someone going to open a window in Aaron Sorkin's "Steve Jobs"? Alas, wrong operating system.

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  • ‘Furious 8’ Director Shortlist Down To Last Few

    The search for the director of Furious 8 is down to the last few. No deals have been made. No offers have been made. No decisions have been made. Here is who we have been hearing is legitimately in the mix: Louis Leterrier, Will Eubank, F. Gary Gray. Other director who have been considered are…

  • Busan: Gitanjali Rao’s ‘Bombay Rose’ Blooms With France’s Les Films d’Ici

    “Bombay Rose,” the first feature by award-winning Indian animator Gitanjali Rao, will be produced by France’s Les Films d’Ici, a veteran outfit with some 275 credits since 1975. The company’s Serge Lalou (“Waltz with Bashir”) is producing alongside Clara Mahieu (“Narcossist”). Gitanjali Rao Films…

  • Kirsten Dunst Thinks TV Is Way Better Than Film

    Kirsten Dunst just joined the growing chorus of folks who say that, when it comes to creativity, TV now trounces the movies.  In an interview with The Guardian -- pegged to the imminent premiere of Season 2 of FX's "Fargo," in which Dunst stars -- the actress said that "the movie industry is in a…

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  • Fox Developing Couples Dancing Show As ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Awaits Renewal Decision

    Fox has put in development a couples dancing competition show from former The Voice executive producer Stijn Bakkers and American Idol producer FremantleMedia North America. Created/executive produced by Bakkers and Toby Gorman, EVP Alternative at FMNA, the untitled show highlights the lives of…

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    Drive-in movie art (16 photos)

    This artist is a real Car -avaggio, making amazing hyperrealistic works inspired by drive-in theaters that depict real-life moments at the movies . Czech artist Andrew Valko, 58, created these stunning film-scene paintings after visiting drive-ins across the U.S. (Caters News) Artwork by Andrew…

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  • Florida-Set '99 Homes' Features New Orleans-Area 'Burbs

    99 Homes still/via 99 Homes on Facebook The Michael Shannon, Andrew Garfield and Laura Dern-starring drama 99 Homes is set in Florida amid the foreclosure crisis of 2010, but because of those Louisiana film tax incentives you'll spot local places...

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  • Relativity President Tucker Tooley Resigns

    Relativity Media president Tucker Tooley, who helped guide the company for the last eight years and through a two-month-long bankruptcy, is leaving the company in 30 days, Relativity CEO Ryan Kavanaugh and Tooley announced Monday. The departure comes just as Relativity is trying to win approval for…

  • Screenwriter Drew Goddard on The Martian, sequels, and the untold story of the Sony hack

    Much of the credit goes to novelist Andy Weir, who wrote and self-published the story in the first place, but it’s also largely due to the work of screenwriter Drew Goddard. Goddard’s IMDb page is a highlight reel of cultural impact points: he worked on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Alias, and Lost…

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  • Samantha Morton to Scriptwriters: Write More ‘Juicy, Meaty’ Roles for Women

    CANNES — British actress Samantha Morton, who has been Oscar nominated twice, said Monday that her role in crime drama series “The Last Panthers” was the best she has ever been given. Speaking before the world premiere of the series at Mipcom TV market in Cannes, Morton, who earned Oscar…

  • Nicholas Sparks To Produce Semi-Autobiographical Comedy For ABC

    Best-selling romance novelist Nicholas Sparks has sold his first half-hour comedy project. The Next Chapter , written by Austin Winsberg ( Gossip Girl, The Sound Of Music Live! ), hails from Warner Bros TV and Sparks’ studio-based Nicholas Sparks Prods. Loosely based on Sparks’ new life as a…

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    Argo: The True Story That Inspired the Movie

    Here's how Hollywood movie magic helped save lives in a hostage situation.

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  • 'The Martian' Blasts Off With a $55M Win for 21st Century Fox

    'The Martian' looks set to be an out of this world winner for 20th Century Fox (FOXA) after the space adventure movie blasted off with a $55 million opening weekend.
  • AwesomenessTV Expands Overseas With Endemol Shine Deal – Mipcom

    AwesomenessTV, the growing multi-platform company co-owned by DreamWorks Animation and Hearst, has inked a strategic partnership with Endemol Shine Group to extend the former’s international reach. As part of the agreement, Endemol Shine’s premium channel network Endemol Beyond will launch…

  • Donald Trump: That's Really Me Tweeting

    The GOP presidential candidate admits he crossed the line once over social media.

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  • The Writing Is Literally On The Wall In Sam Smith's 'Spectre' Music Video

    Video Today is allegedly "Global Bond Day," on account of the fact that October 5th is the day that Dr. No was released way back in 1962. If you don't know why that matters, then you probably don't care about "Global Bond Day." But for the occasion, or merely by coincidence, we now