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  • Tom Hiddleston Reveals Why He Was Cut From Avengers: Age Of Ultron

     ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ would’ve been just as successful with or without the inclusion of the hugely likeable Tom Hiddleston (we think), but now the actor’s revealed why he was cut from the movie. Speaking to Digital Spy, the charming Brit who plays the devilish Loki in the Marvel Cinematic…

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  • Batman v Superman: Jesse Eisenberg Actually Playing Lex Luthor Jr

    Jesse Eisenberg won’t be portraying the Lex Luthor we all know and love in next year’s ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’. In fact, Eisenberg will playing Alexander Joseph Luthor Jr, son of Lex Luthor Snr, who has taken over his father’s company and turned it into a tech giant. The unexpected…

    Ben Skipper
  • John Woo to Produce TV Series ‘Cognition’ with Catalyst

    CANNES — John Woo, whose credits include “Mission Impossible II” and “Face/Off,” is to produce a original scripted television series titled “Cognition” in partnership with Catalyst Global Media, the television and film production company led by Charlotte Walls and Al Hardiman. The show is a…

  • Amazon Studios will release SXSW sci-fi hit Creative Control

    Amazon has cut a deal to acquire the independently produced Creative Control, a dark satire about the tech industry that premiered at SXSW in March, winning the special jury prize for visual excellence in the process. Variety reports that Amazon Studios, the company's TV and movie arm, has slated…

    The Verge
  • F. Gary Gray Likely to Direct ‘Fast & Furious 8’

    “Fast and Furious 8” may have found its director. “Straight Outta Compton” helmer F. Gary Gray looks to be the choice to direct the latest installment in the franchise, sources tell Variety. “Furious” star and producer Vin Diesel posted a photo of himself with Gray on his official Facebook page,…

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    Argo: The True Story That Inspired the Movie

    Here's how Hollywood movie magic helped save lives in a hostage situation.

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  • Review: 'Steve Jobs' plays man versus machine

    When is someone going to open a window in Aaron Sorkin's "Steve Jobs"? Alas, wrong operating system. Sorkin has dispensed with the traditional format of the biopic, instead framing the life of ...

    Associated Press
  • Family of late actor Robin Williams reach settlement in legal dispute

    By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The widow and children of late Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams, who died by suicide last year, have reached a proposed settlement after a bitter dispute over his estate, according to court papers. The settlement, filed in San Francisco Superior Court on…

  • Ellen Page in Talks to Star in Remake of '90s Thriller 'Flatliners'

    The 1990 original starred a young Julia Roberts and Kevin Bacon.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘Kilo Two Bravo’ Director & Writer Ink With Verve

    EXCLUSIVE: Kilo Two Bravo director Paul Katis and writer Tom Williams have signed with Verve, the lit agency said today. The war drama, BAFTA nominated this past year when it was known as Kajaki: The True Story , recounts the story of a platoon set out to disable a Taliban roadblock. On nearing…

  • Jeanne Tripplehorn, Callum Keith Rennie Join Cast of 'Little Pink House'

    Production on the film is about to begin in Vancouver.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • GoPro Steals the Show in Fox's "The Martian"

    Action camera maker GoPro (NASDAQ: GPRO) landed a starring role in Twenty-First Century Fox's (NASDAQ: FOX) The Martian, which made an impressive $55 million during its opening weekend. In the movie, Matt ...

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    Drive-in movie art (16 photos)

    This artist is a real Car -avaggio, making amazing hyperrealistic works inspired by drive-in theaters that depict real-life moments at the movies . Czech artist Andrew Valko, 58, created these stunning film-scene paintings after visiting drive-ins across the U.S. (Caters News) Artwork by Andrew…

    Yahoo News
  • PFW Photo Diary: Roger Vivier Gets Groovy

    The grand Maison de l'Amerique Latine in Paris set the stage for Roger Vivier's Summer Sweets presentation.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Four New Transformers Films Confirmed

    We’re currently not too sure when the sequel to ‘Transformers: Age Of Extinction’ is coming out. All that we do know is that it’s certainly coming, because a Hasbro executive has confirmed that there will be four new ‘Transformers’ films over the next decade.

    Gregory Wakeman
  • Fox Developing Couples Dancing Show As ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Awaits Renewal Decision

    Fox has put in development a couples dancing competition show from former The Voice executive producer Stijn Bakkers and American Idol producer FremantleMedia North America. Created/executive produced by Bakkers and Toby Gorman, EVP Alternative at FMNA, the untitled show highlights the lives of…

  • Kirsten Dunst Thinks TV Is Way Better Than Film

    Kirsten Dunst just joined the growing chorus of folks who say that, when it comes to creativity, TV now trounces the movies.  In an interview with The Guardian -- pegged to the imminent premiere of Season 2 of FX's "Fargo," in which Dunst stars -- the actress said that "the movie industry is in a…

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