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  • What Happened To The Girl From Jaws’ Iconic Opening Scene?

    As the first victim of Bruce the Great White Shark in Steven Spielberg’s seminal 1975 blockbuster, Susan Backlinie (above) made an entire generation fear the ocean and what lurked beneath the water. Where is she now, on the 40th anniversary of ‘Jaws’? Breakfast is the the most important meal of the…

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  • ‘Ant-Man’ Director on Paul Rudd in ‘Captain America: Civil War’: ‘I Got Really Envious’

    Ant-Man hits theaters July 17, but Paul Rudd has already had some bonding time with The Avengers on the set of the next Marvel film, Captain America: Civil War, directed by Anthony and Joe Russo. Ant-Man hits theaters July 17, but Paul Rudd has already had some bonding time with The Avengers on…

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  • Documentary film about Market Basket dispute nears release

    One of the most remarkable work stoppages in U.S. labor history will soon be the subject of a documentary film. "Food Fight: Inside the Battle for Market Basket" is being edited and is scheduled ...

    Associated Press
  • Emilia Clarke: On Badass Roles, Inner Strength And Bumble Bees

    Trying to pin down Emilia Clarke, who is young and beautiful and who has had such extraordinary success as one of the most identifiable female protagonists of recent television history, is an even harder undertaking than usual.

    Yahoo Beauty
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    Here's a Look at the New 'Hunger Games' Exhibit, with Katniss Costumes (and Eye-Popping Props) Galore (23 photos)

    We're just a few months away from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 , the fourth (and final) installment in the blockbuster franchise. But fans who can't wait that long to get a glimpse of Katniss and the gang can check out The Hunger Games: The Exhibition, which opened in New York City's…

    Yahoo Movies
  • Women’s World Cup Ratings Score For Fox, ‘Zoo’ Debuts OK, ‘America’s Got Talent’ Steady

    Victorious Americans, murderous animals and some Heavenly Joy were on the primetime plate last night and their courses certainly varied. First of all, it was a record night for Fox and the Women's World Cup as the USA thrashed top-ranked Germany 2-0 to move on to Sunday's final. Early numbers have…

    Deadline
  • Jim Carrey Slams School Vaccine Legislation: It's "Poisoning More Children"

    Carrey tweeted that Gov. Jerry Brown is a "corporate fascist" who "must be stopped."

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Ben Affleck Survived 'Daredevil,' But Jennifer Garner Never Recovered From 'Elektra'

    It is not unusual for movie stars to meet and eventually fall in love and/or get married while on the set of what would turn out to be a pretty terrible movie. So the fact that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner met on the set of Daredevil is not more

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  • How's That Hope and Change Working Out For Me? Just Fine, Thanks.

    I've never been a huge fan of "The Departed." It's a good movie, but I think it pales in comparison to Martin Scorcese's better films, movies like "Goodfellas", "Casino", and "Raging Bull."But "The Departed" does contain one of my favorite movie quotes of all time. Coincidentally, it's a line that…

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  • Pinewood Atlanta Studios pushes Pinewood Group to record revenue

    Operations at Pinewood Atlanta Studios are making a big impact on its parent company's bottom line. U.K.-based Pinewood Group reported record international revenue for 2014-2015. According to the company's announcement, the spike is partially "driven by the newly operational Pinewood Atlanta…

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    'The Gallows' holds Hollywood-style premiere in Fresno

    A Hollywood-style movie premiere right here in Central California for a locally created and supported horror film soon to be released across the country.

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  • ‘Max’ Tops ‘Ted 2′ and ‘Magic Mike XXL’ in TV Ad Spending

    In this week’s edition of the Variety Movie Commercial Tracker, powered by iSpot.tv, “Max” remained at the top of the list, marking the film’s second week as the movie backed by the biggest TV advertising budget. Reducing its expenditure almost a million dollars this week compared to last, Warner…

    Variety
  • Fox Network Group Finishes Upfront Sales With Flat Revenues And Pricing Increases

    Fox Network Group’s ad sales team should be able to relax over the Independence Day weekend now that they’re mostly done with their upfront sales negotiations. Word has it that revenues were flat, although pricing was up, for a portfolio that includes Fox Broadcasting, Fox Sports, FX, FXX, and…

    Deadline
  • Ellen DeGeneres' New Site Launches, Most Apparel Still "Coming Soon"

    But you can buy dog, bunny and goat tees. So there's that.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Chris Christie Announces Presidential Run

    Chris Christie announced his presidential bid on Tuesday morning, telling supporters he is “ready to fight for the people of the United States of America.” The governor of New Jersey joins a crowded Republican primary field of 13 other contenders, including recent entry Donald Trump. “Both parties…

    Variety
  • Don Harris Leaving Paramount as President of U.S. Distribution

    Don Harris is leaving Paramount to pursue other opportunities after four years as president of domestic distribution. Harris, who previously worked at DreamWorks and as head film buyer for the AMC Theaters chain, will be staying through the July 31 release of “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation.”…

    Variety
  • Star Trek Beyond is officially the next Star Trek movie

    Director Justin Lin confirmed on Twitter last night that the third installment of the Star Trek series will be called Star Trek Beyond. The film, now in production in Vancouver, will feature the return of Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, and Idris Elba. The title echoes Lin's…

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