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  • Coulson is taking Captain America's betrayal really hard

    Just when you thought the S.H.I.E.L.D. vs Carter dubsmash war had ended, in comes Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennet with another salvo.

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  • Zack Snyder On Justice League, Solo Movies & Wider DC Universe

    Warner Bros’ DC Cinematic Universe began with ‘Man of Steel’, will continue to expand with 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ and will fully come together in 2017’s 'Justice League’. “What we are doing is ground up all the way,” said Snyder as part of an Empire Magazine feature on 'Dawn of…

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  • "Pixels" Could Still Be a Box Office Win for Sony

    Adam Sandler has lost his mojo. The one-time box office leader has struggled to find an audience with recent misses, including Blended and That's My Boy. Aside from the ensemble piece Grown Ups 2 and the ...

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  • Oculus deploys virtual reality hedgehog to lure filmmakers

    In a Beverly Hills mansion on Tuesday, Facebook-owned Oculus rolled out "Henry," a movie that takes advantage of its virtual reality technology to tell the story of a hug-obsessed hedgehog. The company's pitch is to lure filmmakers to use the technology and produce content that attracts consumers…

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  • MyLifeAsEva Headlines Fullscreen All-Female Live Fall Tour of YouTube Stars

    MyLifeAsEva, the nom-de-Net of beauty-and-fashion vlogger Eva Gutowski, will be among the featured digital stars in Fullscreen’s “Girls Night In” 20-city tour this fall. The multichannel network’s all-femme tour is the latest example of how famous Internet personalities are branching into other…

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  • Relativity on brink of bankruptcy, layoffs to start this week

    Three weeks after an 11th-hour deal promised to keep Relativity afloat for another year, the Beverly Hills, California, studio is poised to declare bankruptcy. Chairman and CEO Ryan Kavanaugh is expected to announce a decision today. Meanwhile, the 11-year-old company is preparing to lay off a…

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  • Twilight's Ashley Greene: 'Working on Independent Films Is More Rewarding' - EXCLUSIVE

    When it comes to blockbuster film franchises, the Twilight saga is way up there as one of the most successful of all time, with Ashley Greene becoming a household name after starring as one of Robert Pattison’s sisters in the movie adaptation. Despite the global success of Twilight, Ashley has…

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  • Film Review: ‘Little from the Fish Shop’

    Sebastian, Disney's calypso-inclined crustacean, may despair at "Little from the Fish Shop," a sly update of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid" in which his catchy counsel to remain underwater goes entirely unheeded.

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    Charlize Theron and Sean Penn Forced to Reunite to Re-Shoot Movie Scenes

    Well this is awkward. Charlize Theron is forced to reunite with her ex fiancé Sean Penn to re shoot scenes from their new movie.

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  • First Trailer for Chilean Miner Drama ‘The 33’

    The 33 men trapped in a mine for over three months in Northern Chile had three days’ worth of food and water, the first trailer for “The 33″ reveals. Antonio Banderas stars in the movie based on the true story of the 2010 Chilean mine disaster. “You’re my brother; we’re going to pull together to...…

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  • Why Streaming Movies Are Becoming the New Direct-To-Video

    "All Creatures Big and Small" debuted this month on Google Play before a limited theater release, despite some big-name voice talent.

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  • Christina Applegate’s Enduring Appeal

    The gifted comedic actress opens up about her new film ‘Vacation,’ why she’s interested in a ‘Married… with Children’ revival, and her fascination with Chris Hemsworth’s abs.

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  • Movie Villains 'Discriminate' Against Bald Men, Claims Bald Man

    Of the recent (and historical) bald villians, he points out Jeff Bridges’ Obadiah Stane in the first ‘Iron Man’, Jesse Eisenberg, Gene Hackman and Kevin Spacey’s Lex Luthors, Darth Vader, Bane, Freddie Kruger and Ming the Merciless. Not only are these all villains, often they’re found to be facing…

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  • Wanted Bank Robber Caught After Appearing In Horror Movie

    A wanted bank robber with dreams of becoming a movie star has been caught after appearing in a low-budget horror movie. Jason Stange, 44 (pictured above), had been on the run since last year, after he violated his probation by leaving a halfway house in Spokane, Washington, without permission. -…

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  • Starz Quarterly Earnings Miss Estimates, Subs Rise Over Year-Ago Period

    The premium TV company, led by Chris Albrecht, posted higher operating profit and growth in subscribers compared with the the year-ago period.

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    ShowBiz Minute: Jolie, Depardieu, Damon

    Angelina Jolie's son Maddox to help his mother with her next movie; Ukraine bans Gerard Depardieu from entering the country for five years; Matt Damon's 'The Martian' to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. (July 29)

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  • Aziz Ansari Explains Casting His Mom And Dad In Netflix’s ‘Master Of None’ – TCA

    Netflix’s Master of None is sort of based on Aziz Ansari’s stand-up, and kinda based on his book Modern Romance, but "we're really trying to do a wide breadth of topics and subject matter," Ansari told TV critics this afternoon at Summer TV Press Tour 2015. Unlike Parks And Recreation, the NBC…

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  • Neil Marshall Sets Futuristic Revenge Thriller ‘The Sentence’ Next

    EXCLUSIVE: Neil Marshall, the feature helmer who has directed some of the most shocking episodes of Game Of Thrones, has found his next big-screen project. He will direct The Sentence, a futuristic revenge thriller in the vein of Death Wish that has a script by Creighton Rothenberger and Katrin…

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