Jake Gyllenhaal Cried When Parents Refused Him ‘Mighty Ducks’ Role
Every actor knows the struggle of losing a part — but for teenaged Jake Gyllenhaal, losing out on Disney’s “The Mighty Ducks” was too much to bear. The “Southpaw” s...
John Stamos Breaks Social Media Silence: ‘Healthy, Feeling Grateful’
Looks like John Stamos is back in fighting shape. The actor and producer took to social media Friday following an extended absence, spent seeking treatment for substance abuse issues. “I’m...
Comedy Central's 'Key & Peele' to End After Current Season
'Key & Peele' first debuted on Comedy Central in 2012.read more
‘Key & Peele’ to End its Comedy Central Run After This Season (Exclusive)
The current season of “Key & Peele,” the Comedy Central series that received multiple Emmy nominations earlier this month, will be the series’ last, co-creator and star Keegan-Mi...
Caitlyn Jenner Gets Standing Ovation Introducing Boy George at LA’s Greek Theater
The Caitlyn Jenner goodwill tour rages on, this time seeing the former Olympian play emcee for another LGBT icon — Boy George. Jenner showed to Los Angeles’ Greek Theater on Friday night t...
Michael Fassbender Goes ‘A Little Too Method’ in ‘Big Lebowski’ Live Read
Michael Fassbender put his magnetic superpowers aside Friday night to play stoner icon “the Dude” in a reading of “The Big Lebowski” in Montreal, but it was Patton Oswalt’s performance as Wa...
Minimart Madrid de Cine Returns After One-Year Hiatus
Following a one-year hiatus, Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings, the main international film industry event taking place in the Spanish capital, is back for its ninth edition, scheduled for Nov. 1...
Did the 'Trainwreck' Shooter Purposefully Target a Feminist Movie?
'Trainwreck' shooter John Russell Houser, a man known for his misogynistic comments in the media, wrote down the details of the movie screening in his journal prior to his attack.read more
Adam Sandler’s ‘Pixels’ Tops ‘Ant-Man’ With $9 Million Friday but Won’t Break Out at Box Office
“Pixels,” the video game comedy starring Adam Sandler, claimed the top spot at the box office Friday with about $9 million in its debut for Sony Pictures. That was better than the roughly ...
After 'Pixels,' San Francisco Deserves Oscar, Says Mayor
In exchange for its repeated destruction on the big screen, the City by the Bay deserves recognition during awards season, Mayor Ed Lee tells THR.read more
Box Office: ‘Pixels’ Wins Friday, On Track for $25 Million Weekend
Adam Sandler’s nostalgic video game comedy “Pixels” outdid teenage romance pic “Paper Towns” at the Friday box office, but both newcomers have to deal with holdover hi...
Arrest Made in Hollywood Shotgun Killing
The suspect had a financial dispute with 30-year-old Carrie Melvin, the LAPD told The Hollywood Reporter.read more
‘Hannibal’ Extended Look at Richard Armitage as the Red Dragon (Exclusive Video)
Mads Mikkelsen’s Dr. Hannibal Lecter has some healthy competition in the sensual serial killer department with Richard Armitage arriving on Saturday night’s episode “The Great Red ...
MPAA Targets MovieTube Websites in New Piracy Lawsuit
Legal action calls for ad service providers, social media services and others to stop facilitating websites streaming movies still in theaters.read more
Tokyo Festival to Showcase Iconic ‘Mobile Suit Gundam’
Iconic Japanese robot-themed animation Mobile Suit Gundam will be given pride of place this year at October’s edition of the Tokyo International Film Festival
Tony Hale on Lafayette Shooting: ‘It’s Just Complete and Utter Darkness’ (Video)
“Veep” star Tony Hale weighed in on the Louisiana shooting, sharing his grief on the tragedy that rocked America this week. “There’s no words for it because it’s just co...
‘Community’ Stars Want Another Season & Movie; Ken Jeong Teases Cast Reunion
“Community” was granted a sixth season, after being axed by NBC and resurrected by Yahoo, but could there be a seventh? If were up to Ken Jeong, season seven couldn’t come quicker. &...
Sandra Bullock’s ‘Crisis’ Gets Awards Season Release Date
Warner Bros. has given an awards-season release date of Oct. 30 to political drama “Our Brand Is Crisis,” starring Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton. David Gordon Green directed from a...
What’s the Deal With ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Heading Back to Camp? (Video)
“Wet Hot American Summer” from David Wain and Michael Showalter is destined to be as fun as roasting S’mores and singing campfire songs was when you were a kid. In this week̵...
Lafayette Shootings Again Raise Issues of Security at Movie Theaters
After a gunman shot and killed two women and injured nine others in a Lafayette, La., movie theater on Thursday, security at the multiplex is once again an issue. Authorities in other Louisiana cities...

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