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  • Tracy Morgan: "I Went to the Other Side" During Coma, Spoke to God

    "You don’t die for a few weeks and then come back to normal, trust me," Morgan told Complex magazine.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Why Gene Hackman Quit Hollywood

    Few leading man have such an impressive body of work as Hackman, from his superlative performance in ‘Mississippi Burning’ and his Oscar-winning turn as grizzled cop Jimmy 'Popeye’ Doyle in 'The French Connection’ to his magnificently absurd Royal Tenenbaum for Wes Anderson’s 'The Royal…

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  • They Framed Her And Ruined Her Life. Now They Get What They Deserve. #ShortFilm

    This article They Framed Her And Ruined Her Life. Now They Get What They Deserve. appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. In Chinese supernatural folklore, when a female commits suicide wearing a red dress, it is believed that she does so with the intention of seeking revenge. Before her untimely end, Xin…

  • ‘NFL On CBS’ Snags Record Thanksgiving Day Ratings

    CBS Sports' Thanksgiving Day matchup of Carolina vs. Dallas (4:31-7:49 PM, ET), was the most-watched Thanksgiving Day game in 20 years for the NFC television package, according to the network. The November 26 game had an average viewership of 32.5 million (Persons 2 +), according to Nielsen fast…

  • Ridley Scott: 'Alien: Covenant' Is First of 3 Prequels to 'Alien'

    Ridley Scott confirmed that he is planning another two Prometheus sequels to follow Alien: Covenant before the Prometheus storyline meets up with the original 1979 Alien. Alien: Covenant and the following two films will be origin stories, answering the “very basic questions posed in Alien: Why the…

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  • Star Wars is going to take over holiday shopping

    A select few retailers could see meaningful sales bump due to franchise merchandise

  • What Is This ‘Project Delirium’ Jennifer Lawrence Wants To Direct?

    Jennifer Lawrence, out promoting the final installment of The Hunger Games , that disclosed she wants to make her directing debut on a picture called  Project Delirium . What exactly is going on with this? It’s set up to be financed by 2929, with Lawrence and her partner Justin Ciarrocchi…

  • How 'Hunger Games' Showcases True Atlanta Treasures

    For fans of the "Hunger Games" movie franchise, the release of "Mockingjay Part 2" was a reason to celebrate this weekend. But for HG fanatics left wanting more, Atlanta offers the unique opportunity to step behind the scenes of...

    Curbed Atlanta
  • When The Mountains Started Exploding: Devastation In Coal Country (VIDEO)

    On Monday, November 30th, The Huffington Post is thrilled to showcase, in a special event, the new film from Oscar-winner Charles Ferguson entitled " Time to Choose." The entire film will be available for viewing by our readers around the world. The majestic mountains of Boone County, West…

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  • ‘Truth’ Star Dennis Quaid Remembers How He Used Variety to Land Early Roles

    Dennis Quaid appears in the Dan “Rathergate” film “Truth” and stars in Crackle’s art-world drama “The Art of More,” bowing Nov. 19. Before his breakout in 1979’s “Breaking Away” the young Texas transplant was living in a cramped Hollywood apartment, flipping through Variety for audition notices. In…

  • International Director You Should Know: Visar Morina

    The director behind Kosovo’s second-ever entry in the foreign-language Oscar race is himself a debutant. Germany-based, Kosovo-born writer-helmer Visar Morina’s feature bow, “Babai,” burst onto the scene at the Munich Film Festival in July, winning three times at the fest’s German Cinema New Talent…

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    One-on-One With the Stars of 'The Hunger Games'

    Jena Malone and Mahershala Ali dish on the franchise's final movie, "Mockingjay - Part 2."

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  • Gods of Egypt's director and studio apologize for its sheer whiteness

    There was something a bit off about that Gods of Egypt trailer that hit last week, and not just for its weirdly obvious use green screen. The cast was virtually all white with just one person of color (who, it's worth noting, was only shown in the footage literally cowering), which is rather…

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  • Cate Blanchett: Marquee Films Are Driven By Men For Men

    Cate Blanchett has criticised big budget Hollywood blockbusters as being “driven by men, for men”. “I read a really interesting article in the Financial Times over the weekend,” said Blanchett, “that was talking about how at the advent of cinema people said it was medium for women because the bulk…

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  • Roman Polanski Will Not Be Extradited To The U.S. From Poland

    Polish prosecutors announced on Friday that they will not challenge a judge’s decision issued last month rejecting a U.S. request to extradite director Roman Polanski. The prosecutors in Krakow affirmed Judge Dariusz Mazur’s ruling, which blocked the  request by U.S. authorities. At the time, Mazur…

  • Live Shakespeare tops British cinema box office - for a day

    A live broadcast of Judi Dench and Kenneth Branagh starring in Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" was the biggest cinema box office draw in Britain on the night of the screening, the show's publicists said on Friday. The three-hour-long play, broadcast from London to 520 cinemas across Britain on…

  • Marvel's 'Doctor Strange' begins filming, reveals list of main cast

    Marvel unveils the filming locations of "Doctor Strange" and drops more casting news sans specific roles. CNET's Bonnie Burton knows who she hopes Rachel McAdams and Mads Mikkelsen are playing.