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  • Dwayne Johnson in Talks to Star in 'Big Trouble in Little China' Remake

    'X-Men: First Class' scribes Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz are writing the script for the remake of the John Carpenter cult classic.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Man-ic Monday: Bill Murray

    Bill Murray may not be that conventional, on-screen hearthrob like some of our recent man-ic crushes including Jake Gyllenhaal, Ethan Hawke, and Tyson Beckford.

    Yahoo Style
  • Anne Hathaway’s New Film Mixes ‘Titanic’ Tragedy With Murder

    Anne Hathaway may team with director Joe Wright for her upcoming project, 'The Lifeboat.'

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Broadway Box Office: Sales Dip After Labor Day Boom, but ‘Rotten’ Rises

    Broadway box office slowed ahead of the Tony Awards ceremony this Sunday, but that’s only to be expected the week after the tourism-powered Memorial Day frame. And even amidst the general decline, a few shows, including Tony nominee “Something Rotten!,” managed to rise thanks to the awards-season…

  • 'Homeland' Adds Miranda Otto and 3 More New Series Regulars

    The Showtime drama, seeing another change in locale for its fifth season, again beefs up its cast.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • LA Screenings: Shaw Media Nabs 'People Are Talking,' 'Heroes: Reborn'

    U.S. dramas and comedies picked up in Hollywood for Global Television include NBC's 'Chicago Med,' 'Heartbreaker' and 'Shades of Blue.'

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Minions take over Amazon boxes in deal with Universal, Illumination

    The Minions of "Despicable Me" have already graced billboards, board games and kids' backpacks. And now the ubiquitous yellow cartoon characters -- known for speaking in gibberish and gleefully ...

    Los Angeles Times
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    America Declassified: A Radioactive Movie Set

    Was the cast and crew of a John Wayne film exposed to nuclear fallout?

    Scripps Ulive
  • Ken Howard To Seek Re-Election As President Of SAG-AFTRA

    Ken Howard will seek re-election to SAG-AFTRA’s top post. Howard was first elected president of SAG in 2009, won re-election in 2011, and after SAG and AFTRA merged, was elected president of the merged union. "I love my work – both as an actor and as SAG-AFTRA president," he said in a statement.…

  • 7 of the Best Summer Camp Movies

    From the satirical and the crass, to the heartbreaking and the ridiculous, here are 7 movies that explore the summer camp experience in unusual ways.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • TWC’s Cannes Favorite ‘Three Generations’ Set For Release

    Three Generations, the transgender story starring Naomi Watts, Elle Fanning and Susan Sarandon that was acquired by The Weinstein Company when they slapped down a big $6M at this year’s Cannes Film Festival just was pegged for a limited release on September 18. The Gaby Dellal-directed film was…

  • Apple Co-founder Steve Wozniak Talks Nat Geo’s ‘American Genius’

    National Geographic is bringing American inventors to the forefront in its new hourlong docu-drama “American Genius.” The eight-part series includes competing innovators such as “Tesla v. Edison,” “The Wright Brothers v. Curtiss” and “Hearst v. Pulitzer.” The show chronicles “Steve Jobs v. Bill…

  • Film Review: ‘Deep Web’

    Equal parts eye-opening backgrounder, cautionary chronicle and impassioned plea for the defense, “Deep Web” begins as an illuminating overview of the Internet’s non-indexed digital substratum, then narrows its focus to recount the arrest, prosecution and conviction of Ross Ulbricht, alleged…

  • Dan Pfeiffer Joins CNN As Contributor

    Dan Pfeiffer will appear on CNN’s The Lead With Jake Tapper today in a new capacity: CNN contributor. Network chief Jeff Zucker announced the appointment this morning for the long-time top aide to President Barack Obama. Pfeiffer, one of Obama’s longest-tenured strategists, until March was the…

  • Warner Brothers' 'San Andreas' Shakes U.S. Box Office

    The disaster movie handily beat the competition to take the number one spot at the North American box office this week.
  • Amazon Taps Albert Cheng And Bob Berney To Help Lead Movie Productions

    Amazon Studios announced the two hires this morning. Former Disney ABC Television Group digital guru Albert Cheng is the new COO, and indie film marketer Bob Berney is Head of Movies Distribution and Marketing. Cheng just left Disney after a decade of helping it to build its online and on-demand…

  • Fox’s ‘Scream Queens’, ‘Minority Report’ & More To Debut At Comic-Con

    Fox’s anticipated comedy horror anthology series Scream Queens will make its world premiere at Comic-Con. It’s among 13 20th Century Fox TV series that will be repped at the megafest, which runs July 9-12 at the San Diego Convention Center, with the preview night on July 8. From Glee creators…