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  • Liam Neeson’s Frail Frame Makes Him Almost Unrecognisable

    The 63-year old, Irish actor, Liam Neeson, has caused much concern amongst fans after being photographed looking quite frail on the streets of New York last week. In this dramatic transformation, he appears worryingly gaunt in the face with long grey wispy hair hidden underneath a baseball cap. In…

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  • Adam Sandler: 5 Reasons He’s No Longer a Movie Star

    Is it game over for Adam Sandler? His new comedy, “Pixels,” opened over the weekend to a mediocre $24 million, a disappointing result for the $88 million project. Sandler’s latest box office lemon comes on the heels of “The Cobbler” (Sandler’s lowest-grossing title ever, which opened to just…

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  • Hugh Jackman Reaches Out To Fans Over Final Wolverine Movie

    As hard as it may be to believe, it seems Hugh Jackman’s days as Wolverine are almost over. More than fifteen years since the original ‘X-Men,’ the role of the invulnerable Canadian mutant with the retractable claws has lifted the Australian actor from big screen obscurity to major movie star…

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  • Tom Cruise: I’ll Make Top Gun 2 On One Condition

    Tom Cruise is clearly a man after our own hearts. The ‘Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation’ star has taken our breath away by revealing he’s ready to return to the role of ace fighter pilot Maverick for ‘Top Gun 2′ on one condition… that the airplane stunts are performed for real without the use of…

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  • Off Broadway Review: Sports-Agent Story ‘King Liz’

    Playwright Fernanda Coppel has latched onto a hot topic in Second Stage Uptown’s “King Liz” — the alarming under-representation of female agents in major-league sports, and the formidable social, political, and economic obstacles they have to overcome to swim in the company of those high-grossing…

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    Box Office Report: July 24 - 26th

    Jake Gyllenhaal's Southpaw overperformed its opening weekend, while Paper Towns and Pixels stalled.

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  • 'UnREAL's' Constance Zimmer on Quinn's Big Move: "She Doesn't Know What She Wants"

    “Why did she keep all this stuff? ... She’s smart, and she’s protecting herself," the actress tells THR of the episode's big reveal. "Now she gets to use it against ."

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  • How ‘Healthy Foods’ Are Killing You

    Professor Laura A. Schmidt of UC San Francisco’s School of Medicine writes about the perils of sugar—explored in the eye-opening documentary ‘That Sugar Film,’ in theaters July 31.

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  • Mystery Over Liam Neeson’s Dramatic Weight Loss

    Concerns have been raised about Liam Neeson after the actor was photographed looking gaunt on the streets of New York on Saturday. Gossip site Radar added fuel to the speculation by claiming the usually beefy actor has “cleared his schedule” but his spokesperson says “he has just completed work on…

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  • Carmike Cinemas Shares Volatile After Financial Results

    The company posted a 14 percent attendance increase and 24 percent climb in revenue generated at the snack bars.

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  • ‘Gamers Guide To Pretty Much Everything’ Best Series Debut In Disney XD History With Boys 6-11

    The premiere of Disney XD's Gamer's Guide To Pretty Much Everything became the network's No. 1 series debut in the network's 15-plus-year history (including Toon Disney days) with Live + 3 Day ratings, in boys 6-11 (398,000/3.3 rating). In boys 2-11, it was No. 2 (442,000/2.2 rating), behind only…

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  • Doc or Sorkinization? Which will be the better Steve Jobs movie?

    Technically Incorrect: Will it be the documentary, whose first trailer was just released? Or will it be the Aaron Sorkin version, which, it was announced Monday, will be the centerpiece of the New York Film Festival?

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  • Fox Searchlight Conjures Haunted House Movie From 80-Year-Old New Yorker Article

    EXCLUSIVE: A nearly 80-year-old article in The New Yorker about the first documented haunted house has scared up a deal at Fox Searchlight. Searchlight will develop a movie from Voices Through The Trumpet, a two-part article written by Carl Carmer. JT Petty has been set to write, and Alison…

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  • Google Separates YouTube from Google+, Refocuses Social Network

    Google took a first step toward a major shift in its social strategy Monday by separating YouTube from Google+. The changes were announced on both the official YouTube and Google+ blogs, with the latter putting it this way: “In the coming months, a Google Account will be all you’ll need to share…

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  • The 5 Poshest Movie Theaters for Snacks

    More and more theater chains allow you to eat and drink at your seats.Quick: Name a few foods that people usually eat in the movie theater. Popcorn, obviously. Maybe nachos, pretzel nuggets with cheese sauce, or a hot dog if they feel like waiting for hot food. Overpriced candy as well, most…

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    Chinese Companies Funding U.S. Movies, Is It a Trend?

    July 27 -- Box Office Media Managing Editor Daniel Loria discusses the movies, the box office and the funding of U.S. movies. He speaks on "Market Makers."

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  • ‘Spider-Man’ And ‘Vacation’ Tales From Writer-Helmers John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein

    After a fast rise up the comedy writing ranks, John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein make their directorial debut on the sequel to Vacation. And they can finally admit they’ll write the new iteration of Spider-Man for Sony and producers Amy Pascal and Marvel’s Kevin Feige. DEADLINE: The web…

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  • The Look of Silence - a New Documentary Wants Us to Make Noise

    A scene from The Look of Silence. Courtesy, Drafthouse Films & Participant MediaBeginning in 1965, over one million people were murdered in Indonesia. This state-sponsored genocide was justified at the time as necessary to root out the communists. What filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer uncovered in his…

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