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  • ‘Force Awakens’ Star John Boyega Unsure How Fans Will React To New ‘Star Wars’ Pic

    With the rumors that have been flying around the Internet about film’s twists and surprises, will Star Wars: The Force Awakens shock and divide fans? We caught up with star John Boyega this morning at the W Hotel in Hollywood where he was co- announcing the nominees for the 2016 Film Independent…

  • Drivers With No Tickets In 2 Years Must Read This

    United States drivers are stunned that they never knew this. If you drive less than 50 mi/day, you better read this...

  • Mark Hamill Finally Opens Up About Star Wars 7

    Although we’re still yet to see Luke Skywalker in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’, he’s finally opened up about his return to the galaxy far, far away. During an interview with Famous Monsters of Filmland, the 64-year-old Jedi finally spoke about ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’… and gave us a hint of…

    Ryan Leston
  • Will Smith Reveals Why He Turned Down Tarantino's Django Unchained

    Will Smith has revealed why he turned down the lead role in Quentin Tarantino’s slave-era drama ‘Django Unchained’. The star was talking at The Hollywood Reporter’s Actor’s Roundtable discussion when he explained his issues with the movie. “It was about the creative direction of the story,” Smith…

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  • J.J. Abrams Reveals Least Earth-Shattering 'Star Wars' Spoiler Ever

    Daisy Ridley and John Boyega in a scene from ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ (Film Frame/Disney/Copyright Lucasfilm 2015 via AP) With just four weeks to go until Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in theaters, director J.J. Abrams isn’t flinching on his “no spoilers” policy. But he did throw fans a…

    Gwynne Watkins
  • Will Michael Douglas Reprise His 'Ant-Man' Role? It's Looking Good

    In a movie career that has spanned nearly fifty years, Michael Douglas has always had a great big-screen batting average, winning his first Oscar at the age of 31 for producing 1975’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. As an actor, he became part of the cultural zeitgeist in the ‘80s and '90s,…

    Meriah Doty
  • Late '70s Tourism Film Showcases the Attractions of Chicago

    Here's one that comes from the dusty archives of the Chicago Public Library's film collection. Titled simply Chicago Is..., this film 1977 sought to lure travelers to Chicago during a period of transition for what was, at the time,...

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  • Here’s How You Can Get the Joker's Sweet New 'Suicide Squad' Car

    In next summer’s DC super-villain team-up Suicide Squad, the Joker (Jared Leto) has his own sweet set of wheels. Called the Vaydor, it’s a kit car designed and sold by a gear head named Matt McEntegart, who lives in northern Florida. “I wanted aggressive, angry, and low to the ground.” Related:…

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    The Making of 'The Good Dinosaur,’ Frame by Frame (6 photos)

    Pixar generally takes many years to make its movies, because in animation, every single frame needs to be planned and manufactured from scratch. It’s arguably even more complicated for computer animation, because of all the steps required to build, manipulate, and polish the characters and…

    Jordan Zakarin
  • Why It Makes Sense For Time Warner To Invest In Hulu

    Rumor has it that Time Warner wants to invest in Hulu. Here's why it makes sense for industry and consumers.

  • NBC Set To Win Its Fourth Consecutive November Sweep

    Paced by Sunday Night Football , The Voice and freshman drama Blindspot —  which is tied as the top new series this season — NBC won the November primetime Nielsen sweep in the demo, marking its fourth consecutive win. With three nights left to count, NBC is delivering a 21% margin of victory…

  • Chris Hemsworth Wants More Humour In Thor: Ragnarok

    Thor actor Chris Hemsworth is hoping the god of thunder’s third solo outing will have a little more mirth and merriment than we’ve seen from him of late. It seems generally agreed now that 2013′s ‘Thor: the Dark World’ is among the most underwhelming of the MCU movies, more notable for its…

    Ben Bussey
  • Judy Garland’s ‘Dorothy’ Dress Sold for $1.56 Million at Auction

    The ‘Dorothy’ dress warn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz is seen during a media preview of Bonhams and Turner Classic Movies Treasures from the Dream Factory at Bonhams in New York November 19, 2015. The pinafore, one of 10 thought to have been made for Garland in her role as Dorothy in the…

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  • 8 Reasons GoldenEye Is One Of The Best James Bond Films EVER

    ‘GoldenEye’ was released 20 years ago today. After a 6-year hiatus – the longest gap in Bond history – 007 was back with a bang, and Pierce Brosnan’s debut effort is still rightly considered one of the best Bond movies of all time. Here are 8 reasons why ‘GoldenEye’ stood the test of time. Pierce…

    Tom Butler
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    Sylvester Stallone Pulls No Punches in 'Creed' Interview

    The "Italian Stallion" discusses becoming Rocky Balboa again in the new film "Creed."

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  • 5 Tips to Reach Your Goals!

    Hi everyone, you probably still remember the movie 'groundhog day'. Bill Murray realizes that every morning is the start of the same day. Things just never seem to change...Somehow new year's resolutions remind me to this movie. In just about five weeks from now, statistically 40-50 percent of our…

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  • Chiwetel Ejiofor on Doctor Strange and the Mania of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Fans

    Perhaps it's fitting that in director Billy Ray's time-spanning thriller Secret in Their Eyes , Chiwetel Ejiofor plays a dogged FBI investigator pursuing one unsolved murder case for 13 years: After all, Ejiofor's Hollywood career started 13 years ago, too, after his star-making role in 2002's …
  • After a Rough Film Year, Can Kevin Tsujihara Lead Warner Bros. Back to the Top?

    When Kevin Tsujihara ascended to the top executive suite at Warner Bros. Entertainment, he inherited a gold-plated legacy. For decades, the fabled studio of Humphrey Bogart and Bette Davis maintained its dominance in the Hollywood pecking order, and held the promise of staying there — in recent…

  • Hey Arnold! Movie Is In The Works

    The cartoon character with the weirdest-shaped head of them all is getting the movie treatment. Nickelodeon is working on a feature-length jaunt of ‘Hey Arnold!’, that will pick up where the final series of the show ended. The show ran from 1996 up to 2004, following nine-year-old school kid…

    Ben Arnold