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  • Cameron Crowe on Casting Emma Stone: ‘I Offer You a Heart-Felt Apology’

    “Aloha” director Cameron Crowe, who has given very few interviews to promote the film, spoke out Tuesday about some of the negative reaction to his film and especially his casting of Emma Stone as the one-quarter Hawaiian Allison Ng character. Crowe explained she was based on a real-life redhead…

    Variety
  • The Hollywood Reporter
  • Why Dwayne Johnson is asking for 'Big Trouble' with his Carpenter remake

    Dwayne Johnson wants to produce and star in a remake of 'Big Trouble In Little China,' and it looks like 20th Century Fox is all aboard.

    Hitfix
  • Movie Theater Empires Targeted In Antitrust Probe

    (Repeats to add slug with no change to text) June 2 (Reuters) - Movie theater chain Cinemark Holdings Inc said it had received formal inquiries from the U.S. Department of Justice related to an antitrust probe, a day after larger cinema operators Regal Entertainment Group and AMC Entertainment…

    Huffington Post
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    Dating Ronda Rousey Is A Painful Experience in 'Entourage'

    Turtle wants to go out with Ronda Rousey in 'Entourage'. But that may not be the easiest dating experience, though it is very funny. Check out this new clip released from 'Entourage' movie. Film courtesy Warner Bros.

    Celebrity Wire
  • Twisted Sister Doc Nabbed by Music Box Films

    Music Box Films has acquired documentary “We Are Twisted F****ing Sister,” from director Andrew Horn. The distributor has also announced a multi-year partnership with Amazon Prime Instant Video. An August theatrical release is planned for the Twisted Sister rock doc, which recounts the band’s early…

    Variety
  • Can 'Entourage' make a successful leap to the big screen?

    Four years after the HBO series came to an end, Warner Bros. is hoping "Entourage" fans will turn up in theaters to see Vinny Chase and the boys on the big screen.

    Los Angeles Times
  • The first teaser for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur is here

    Delays to Pixar's The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory meant that 2014 was the first year since 2005 without a Pixar feature film. However, 2015 is shaping up better for Pixar fans — Inside Out is set to hit theaters in a few weeks, and The Good Dinosaur appears to have worked through its production…

    The Verge
  • The Real Reason Paul Feig Writes Incredible Female Characters

    After "Bridesmaids" and "The Heat," Paul Feig's "Spy" is the writer/director's third film to feature female protagonists who have a lot more to talk about than finding a boyfriend. But those characters aren't necessarily political statements about the place of women in film, Feig told HuffPost Live…

    Huffington Post
  • Netflix Celebrates First Commissioned Documentary With ‘What Happened, Miss Simone?’ Premiere

    Lauryn Hill took over Harlem’s Apollo Theater on Monday night following the New York premiere of Netflix documentary “What Happened, Miss Simone?” about the legendary singer and pianist. Hill embodied the captivating artist in sound and appearance, making her performance feel like a…

    Variety
  • FYI Greenlights Original Series ‘He Shed, She Shed’

    Production has begun on He Shed, She Shed, a new original series that follows the trend of turning backyard sheds into functional and creative outdoor living spaces. FYI has ordered six hour-long episodes of the series that will follow two homeowners, friends or neighbors in a male vs. female…

    Deadline
  • This is 'Henry,' Oculus Story Studio's second VR film

    Oculus' big push into cinema began at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, where it introduced its VR filmmaking endeavor, Story Studio. Back then, the company debuted Lost and revealed a list of other shorts ...

    Engadget
  • New Sony Chief Tom Rothman on His Plan to Get the Studio Back in the Game

    After being pushed to the margins of power when he was unceremoniously dumped from the top job at Fox Filmed Entertainment, Tom Rothman is back. Back greenlighting films, haggling over budgets, and coming off as the smartest, and, his detractors say, cockiest, person in the room — in his latest…

    Variety
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    'San Andreas' Debunked: What the Earthquake Film Got Wrong

    Unlike in the movie, an 8.3-magnitude quake is likely the worst California could expect, a seismologist said.

    ABC News Videos
  • PactUS Staffs Up, Hires Matt Gould To Oversee East Coast Ops

    PactUS, the TV and content producers' company launched earlier this month with former Nat Geo Channel CEO David Lyle at the helm, has tapped veteran reality TV executive producer Matt Gould as EVP. He will rep the group on the East Coast. Gould will work with Lyle on strengthening the newly formed…

    Deadline
  • Bob Ley Extends His Record Run At ESPN

    Bob Ley cannot boast of being with ESPN since it went on the air in 1979. No, he joined as a SportsCenter anchor three days later. Now the Worldwide Leader’s longest-serving on-air personality has inked a long-term contract to stay with the network. He’ll continue to host the Sports Emmy-winning…

    Deadline
  • Marvel Movies To Be Marketed Online By China’s Youku Tudou In Exclusive Pact

    Underscoring the power of online platforms as a key promotional tool in the Middle Kingdom, Disney has partnered with giant Youku Tudou for the local marketing of its Marvel stable of films and TV shows. In a deal announced this morning in Beijing, Youku Tudou will leverage its 500M unique monthly…

    Deadline