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  • Robert Downey Jr Got A HUGE Payday For Doing Just Two Marvel Movies

    - Kenneth Branagh Will Not Direct Thor: Ragnarok - Black Panther’s Civil War Role Revealed That puts him at number eight in the business bible’s annual celebrity rich list (it’s topped by Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao with a somewhat dwarfing $300m and $160m respectively). The next nearest…

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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…

    Deadline
  • Ant-Man trailer confirms 's cameo

    This post contains spoilers for Ant-Man. The latest Spanish-language trailer for Ant-Man doesn't have much in the way of new footage, but an ultra-quick shot during the promo gives us a good look at which Avenger will show up during the film. "Essentially, this is a heist film, and if you look at…

    Polygon
  • 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…

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  • Director Zhang Yimou sues ex-production partner for $2.5M

    BEIJING (AP) — Chinese director Zhang Yimou has sued a production company that he has worked with for more than a decade, seeking 15 million yuan ($2.5 million) he says he is owed as his share of the distribution money of one of his movies.

    Associated Press
  • Longtime Hollywood producer Jerry Weintraub dies at 77

    NEW YORK (AP) — One of the last of the classic Hollywood showmen, Jerry Weintraub built his show business empire on a Rolodex and chutzpah.

    Associated Press
  • Disney Lands ‘Prince Charming’ Script for Mandeville and Tripp Vinson

    Having reaped the rewards of so many fairytale re-imaginings, Disney is looking to take aim at the Prince at the center of many of those stories. Sources tell Variety that the studio has acquired the spec “Prince Charming,” a live-action comedy revolving around the iconic character with Mandeville…

    Variety
  • China’s Largest Theater Group Enters Movie Merchandising Market

    Wanda Cinemas, China's largest theater group, has partnered with Mtime to build movie merchandising centers in all of Wanda’s top theaters in the country. Mtime is considered China’s leading movie portal and film e-commerce destination with more than 160 million unique monthly users after only…

    Deadline
  • 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

    Billboard
  • Amanda Peterson, Patrick Dempsey's Co-Star in '80s Classic 'Can't Buy Me Love,' Dead at 43

    Police tell TheWrap the actress' body was discovered at her home in Colorado on Sunday.

    Yahoo Movies
  • ‘Paranormal Activity’ to Live on as Virtual Reality Game

    The scare won’t be over when the sixth and final “Paranormal Activity” movie hits theaters this fall: Come May 2016, horror fans will be able to gain a whole new perspective on the horror series with a video game that will give them the illusion of being amongst the haunted, thanks to virtual…

    Variety
  • Rob Konrad rejects chance to make movie out of odyssey at sea

    Former Dolphins fullback Rob Konrad’s story seemed like it was something out of a movie, which is why a lot of people thought it would be one. But Konrad told Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald he had turned down a movie offer and several book deals, refusing to cash in on the tale of his…

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  • Front Row Report, Versace: Michelle Rodriguez Returns to Fashion Week

    Also spotted at the show: Naomi Campbell sipped on champagne while Donatella Versace presented a Coachella-esque couture collection.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 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…

    Deadline
  • 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…

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  • Broadway Box Office: Few Fireworks for Fourth of July

    The Fourth of July holiday threw a wrench into the Broadway box office last week, prompting declines at almost every single production but for a few exceptions — including, notably, “The King and I.” Independence Day often wreaks havoc on summertime sales, what with fireworks, barbecues and other…

    Variety