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Q&A: Jeremy Renner on Chris Evans and Hawkeye’s Bigger Role in ‘Avengers 2′
Jeremy Renner started to wield Hawkeye’s bow in 2012′s “Avengers,” a role he reprises in April when filming begins on the sequel “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” With “Captain Amer...
Piers Morgan Announces Last Show on CNN Is Tonight
Piers Morgan has announced that tonight will be his last show on CNN. “My last ‘Piers Morgan Live' show airs live at 9 p.m. ET tonight,” Morgan tweeted on Friday.  ”And I...
‘The Good Wife': 5 Things We Can (Almost) Tell You About the First Post-Will Episode
Fans of “The Good Wife” were plunged into a state of shock Sunday, when Will Gardner (Josh Charles) was shot to death in a courtroom while defending murder suspect Jeffrey Grant (guest sta...
BAMcinématek Presents 'Back With a Vengeance' Series Featuring 'Foxy Brown,' 'Jeanne Dielman,' 'Nine to Five' and More
Back in February, Brooklyn Academy of Music's BAMcinématek held "Vengeance is Hers," a series of films featuring cinema's greatest heroines and anti-heroines, and it was so popular that they had to b...
Last Call: Moviefone’s Phone Numbers Go Dead March 31
Mr. Moviefone is about to get disconnected. AOL’s Moviefone dial-in lines will no longer be available after next Monday, March 31, according to a recording on the service. The phone numbers incl...
TALENT: Mauricio Bidault at Guadalajara on Forensic Science Docu ‘Reckoning’
GUADALAJARA — “To the End of Reckoning” is a fly-on-the-wall docu that tracks a team of forensic investigators who deal with the victims of Mexico’s high crime rate. Helmer/scribe Maur...
Lorenzo Semple Jr., Creator of ‘Batman’ TV Series, Dead at 91
Lorenzo Semple Jr., who created the “Batman” television series that epitomized 1960s camp and went on to write a string of hit films that included “The Parallax View,” “T...
‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Director Joss Whedon Apologizes for Filming in Korea (Video)
Joss Whedon has issued an apology to the people of South Korea's capital city, Seoul, for filming “Avengers: Age of Ultron” there. “I'm really gratefully and excited to be fi...
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Box Office: 'Noah' Wins Over Faith-Based and Mainstream Audiences, Hits $44 Million
UPDATED: In Russia, "Noah" scores the biggest opening of all time for a non-sequel, while "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" grosses a huge $75.2 million from its first 32 foreign markets; elsewher...
Hong Kong Film Review: ‘Thread of Lies’
Rarely has the topic of teenage bullying been examined in such detail as in this superbly constructed drama.
Dana Delany to Star in Amazon Pilot ‘Hand of God’
Dana Delany is heading to Amazon. The two-time Emmy winning actress is set to star alongside Ron Perlman (“Sons of Anarchy”) in the studio's pilot “Hand of God.” Delany wil...
‘Nebraska's’ June Squibb to Play Susan Lucci's Mom on Lifetime's ‘Devious Maids’
June Squibb is lending her sizable acting chops to the upcoming second season of Lifetime's “Devious Maids.” The Oscar-nominated actress will play Velma, the mother of Genevieve Delato...
Film Review: ‘Boys of Abu Ghraib’
Writer-director-star Luke Moran's drama about Abu Ghraib is an ambitious if not particularly revealing debut.
Mel Gibson in Talks to Star in ‘Taken'-Style Action Thriller ‘Blood Father’
In his first leading role since “Get the Gringo,” Mel Gibson is in talks to star in “Blood Father,” an action-thriller in the vein of “Taken,” an individual familia...
TALENT: ‘The Dance of Memory’ Entrances Auds At Guadalajara
GUADALAJARA — Shot in Mexican helmer-scribe’s Gabriela Dominguez Ruvalcaba’s native Chiapas, as well as Puebla, Baja and Durango, “La danza del hipocampo” (The Dance of Memory) i...
Film Review: ‘Locker 13’
This horror omnibus could hardly be more tame, talky or tepid.
Creator of TV’s ‘Batman’ Lorenzo Semple Jr. Dies at 91
Lorenzo Semple Jr., creator of the ’60s “Batman” TV series and scribe on thrillers “The Parallax View” and “Three Days of Condor,” died on Friday in his home ...
Why 'Broad City' Is The Anti-'Girls'
"Broad City," which wrapped up its first season last night on Comedy Central, has been the most pleasant surprise TV's offered up in this still-young year, a profoundly funny, bawdy and affectionate h...
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ABC Yanks the Cord on Mind Games
ABC has pulled the plug on the Christian Slater drama Mind Games after just five episodes. The third new ABC series to fail to catch on in the Tuesday 10 p.m. slot—it was preceded b...
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Jake Silverstein Named Editor of New York Times Magazine
Following a months-long search, the New York Times Magazine has finally found a new editor in Jake Silverstein, the editor in chief of Texas Monthly. In an interview with the Times, the newspaper&r...

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