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  • 10 MAJOR Plot Spoilers Hidden At The Start Of Famous Films

    You might think some directors pull their plot twists from out of thin air, but sometimes a second watch reveals hitherto unseen details that suggest they knew what they were doing all along. Did you spot these subtle moments of foreshadowing in your favourite movies? As Adele croons the movie’s…

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  • Deadpool crashes the latest ‘Fantastic Four’ trailer

    It’s been nearly three weeks since the last comic book movie hit theaters, which, as you all know, means we’re just about overdue for a new one. This Friday, 20th Century Fox is releasing its long-awaited reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise, bringing new actors, a new plot and much grittier tone…

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  • Critics might not like 'Fantastic Four,' but it's not the genre's fault

    'Fantastic Four' is in theaters this Friday, and coming down to the wire, the team who made the film is starting to sound pre-emptively defensive, and it reflects worse on them than it does on the critics that they're worried about.

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  • ABC’s Paul Lee Stresses Program Ownership In “World Of On-Demand”

    While other networks are often evasive when it comes to ownership of their programming, ABC Entertainment chief  Paul Lee has always been open about ABC's drive to own its successful franchises. "We wanted to build up the studio," he said at the January TCA, noting how many of the key ABC series…

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  • 10 of the Best Foreign Gangster Movies

    Here are 10 great foreign gangster movies that every fan of the genre should see.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • ‘Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation’ Tops Week’s TV Advertising

    In this week’s edition of the Variety Movie Commercial Tracker, powered by iSpot.tv, “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” took the top spot as the movie backed by the most TV advertising dollars this week. It knocked last week’s No. 1 place holder, “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,” from the top spot, with…

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  • Study: Audiences Want Metal Detectors in Theaters, But Won’t Pay Extra (EXCLUSIVE)

    Despite the recent shooting at a Louisiana screening of “Trainwreck,” Americans still believe movie theaters are among the safest public places. Three quarters of moviegoers say they feel extremely or very safe in a theater, according to a new study from research firm C4. Although they feel secure,…

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  • ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ Casts Casper Crump as Vandal Savage

    The CW’s “Arrow”-“The Flash” spinoff “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” has found its big bad villain Vandal Savage, casting actor Casper Crump in the role, the network announced Tuesday.

    The Wrap
  • Review: 'Shaun The Sheep' Is A Wordless Comic Gem

    The Box Office: Shaun the Sheep opens in American theaters tomorrow courtesy of Lions Gate Entertainment. The film is produced by Studio Canal, Aardman Animations, and Anton Capitol Entertainment. It has been in release overseas since February 5th of this year and frankly America is one of its very…

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  • Xbox One to Add Free DVR Features in 2016

    Microsoft is taking another step toward making the Xbox One videogame console more like a set-top box, with plans to add digital video recording features for broadcast TV programming — a la TiVo or a cable DVR, but without the monthly subscription fees. The DVR features, set to roll out next…

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  • 5 Simple Steps to Save Money on Auto Premiums

    Saving money is important to a lot of us — a good place to start is by taking steps to lower the amount you pay for auto insurance…

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  • ‘Community’ Fate Undecided As Yahoo & Sony TV Continue Talks

    Community isn’t dead yet. At least that’s what  Yahoo is saying after being compelled to respond to quotes from series star Joel McHale in a just-out magazine interview that the series is  finished for good after its sixth season wrapped last month on the streaming service. “We’ve seen tremendous…

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  • Hollywood takes on troubled minds with summer slate of films

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The 1941 film "The Wolf Man" presents Larry Talbot's transformation from man to wolf as a form of schizophrenia. So little was known about mental illnesses then, the explanation may have seemed plausible.

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  • Colin Trevorrow on 'Jurassic World' Sequel: Dinosaurs Everywhere!

    By Graeme McMillan, The Hollywood Reporter The future of Jurassic World just might live up to its title, with director Colin Trevorrow hinting that the sequel to this summer’s dino-revival could spread far beyond the island setting of the original. “When you look back at nuclear power and how that…

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  • Chris Carlson To Head New Production Company Under All3Media America Umbrella

    Veteran exec producer and Undercover Boss showrunner Chris Carlson will head up Commonwealth Unscripted, a newly formed production company under the All3Media America umbrella, the prodco behind Undercover Boss. Commonwealth will create, develop and sell original unscripted ideas that it will…

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  • ‘Bait 3D’ Director Kimble Rendall to Stir up Chinese Co-Production ‘The Nest’

    Kimble Rendall has set China-Australia co-production “The Nest” as his next project after “Bait 3D” scored with Chinese audiences.

    Variety
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    Kareena and Arjun have started preparing for ‘Ki and Ka’ (12 photos)

    Filmmaker R. Balki, whose upcoming film has been titled “Ki and Ka” and stars actors Arjun Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan in the lead roles, says the film stresses upon the equality of genders. “It is titled ‘Ki and Ka’. Hindi is a language where just not human beings, even objects have genders.…

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