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  • Donald Trump Issues New Statement On Mexican Immigrants

    As businesses continue to cut ties to GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump – including NBC, Univision and ESPN –  the former Celebrity Apprentice star this afternoon issued another statement, developing his controversial theme about Mexican immigration. In his latest statement, Trump…

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  • 15 Movie Mistakes You Didn't Notice In Your Favorite Action Films

    It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a scenery-related continuity error!Even the most mind-blowing, heart-pounding action flicks can contain the occasional cutting room oversight. Here are 15 mistakes that made it into classic action movies, courtesy of Movie Mistakes.

    Huffington Post
  • 7 Actors Who Really HATED Being In Star Wars

    Alec Guinness By the time Episode IV was released, Sir Alec was 63 and an Oscar-winner for 1957’s ‘The Bridge On The River Kwai’. - Movies With Grammatical Errors In Their Titles - What Happened To The Red Coat Girl From Schindler’s List? While he obviously enjoyed some the filming – he liked Kenny…

  • Danny Elfman on 'The Simpsons,' 'Unpredictable' Tim Burton & the Challenge of 'Batman'

    The Grammy Award-winning and four-time Oscar nominee speaks to Billboard in advance of his Lincoln Center performances at “Music From the Films of Tim Burton,” which opens at NYC’s Lincoln Center this week

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  • What Movie Should I See This Weekend?

    Preview all of this weekend's new theatrical releases (including Minions, Self/less, Boulevard, and Tangerine), with Metascores and trailers for each new film. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic

  • Lady Gaga's Stylist, Brandon Maxwell, to Present at New York Fashion Week

    The designer will debut his first-ever full collection in September.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Legendary Movie Producer Jerry Weintraub Dies at 77

    Jerry Weintraub, the colorful and controversial producer of films ranging from 'Nashville' and 'Diner' to the 'Ocean’s Eleven' films, died Monday in Palm Springs.

    Yahoo Movies
  • 'Inside Out' edges 'Jurassic' to top N. American box office

    Animated flick "Inside Out" edged out "Jurassic World" to top the North American box office over the weekend with a solid $29.8 million in ticket sales, figures released Monday showed. The Pixar film features the voice of comedian Amy Poehler and follows young Riley as her emotions of joy, fear,…

  • Temple Hill Signs 20th Century Fox TV Deal, Unveils New TV Boss

    Temple Hill, which just hired former Xbox Entertainment Studios exec Albert Page as head of its TV division, has closed a two-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV Studios. Now the team of  Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey and Page will develop new projects for the studio via their shingle, which on…

  • Veteran Hollywood Producer Brian Witten to Head Heavy Metal

    Veteran Hollywood producer and exec Brian Witten has been named president of Heavy Metal. He will oversee the magazine-turned-media company’s film and TV business. Witten will attend Comic-Con, where Heavy Metal’s panel is set to disclose its future plans. Witten’s producer and executive producer…

  • Esports documentary will debut with live StarCraft competition

    The esports phenomenon is getting so big that it's getting its own documentary.

  • 6 Video Games That Should Be Turned Into Movies

    Hollywood has often fallen flat at adapting video games into movies. But maybe the problem is that it's picking the wrong ones to adapt.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • 25 Years In LA Part 5: 'Bat Out Of Hell,' Skywalker Ranch, and Film Nerd 2.0

    It was June 10, 1990 when Drew McWeeny first moved to Los Angeles with his co-writer Scott Swan, and we're celebrating a quarter century in the city with a series of articles about some of the people we've met, things we've done, and jobs we've worked. Today, we conclude the series by bringing…

  • A Hello Kitty movie is coming

    Anthropomorphic cartoon cat Hello Kitty will soon star in a Hollywood film, Deadline reports. The movie, set to come out in 2019, will be released through the US subsidiary of Japan's Sanrio lifestyle company. Last year, Hello Kitty's entire identity was flipped around by the assertion that she…

    The Verge
  • Does Money Change a Person? 5 Movies Showing Money Corrupts

    These 5 films are a warning to anyone who covets cash.

    The Cheat Sheet
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  • China Still Struggling to Beat Content Piracy, Says Report

    The Chinese film and TV industries continue to suffer from multiple forms of intellectual property piracy, according to a report from the Copyright Society of China. And piracy is weakening the media sector's ability to compete.

  • You Can Still Shop Film Biz Recycling's Props Online

    Brooklyn's best, weirdest treasure trove of film props and theater sets closed its Gowanus doors last month, but Film Biz Recycling's founder Eva Radke plans to continue her eco-conscious crusade online.

    Racked New York