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  • TCM Classic Film Festival dates
    2016 TCM Classic Film Festival sets dates and announces theme
    Turner Classic Moviesannounced today (Tuesday, September 1, 2015), in a press release announced the dates and theme of the 2016 TCM Classic Film Festival. This marks the seventh year that TCM will transform the streets of Hollywood into the mecca...
  • James Sirius Potter heads to Hogwarts, gets sorted
    James Sirius Potter heads to Hogwarts, gets sorted
    Muggle kids aren't the only students heading back to school this time of year. As with every year, wizarding school Hogwarts is once again in session starting September 1, including Harry Potter's own son James Sirius--named after Harry&...
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    David Hill and Reginald Hudlin to produce next Oscars
    TheAcademy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciencesannounced today (Tuesday, September 1, 2015), in a press release thatEmmy-winning producer David Hill (21st Century Fox) and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Reginald Hudlin ("Django Unchained")...
  • ‘No Escape’ a gripping, nerve shattering thriller
    ‘No Escape’ a gripping, nerve shattering thriller
    “No Escape” is one seriously terrifying movie. It’s not a story about zombies or ghosts or other supernatural entities but rather something far more monstrous and real: man. An American businessman named Jack Dwyer (Owen Wilson)...
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    Exclusive interview: Jeremy Sisto plays a mean game of tennis in 'Break Point'
    Actor Jeremy Sisto co-wrote, co-produced and stars in “Break Point” as Jimmy Price, an over the hill and unapologetically brash doubles tennis star who realizes his days in the sport are numbered. The sports comedy starts with his...
  • Katherine Moennig cast in Seattle-produced indie film “Lane 1974”
    Katherine Moennig cast in Seattle-produced indie film “Lane 1974”
    Actress Katherine Moennig has been cast in a leading role in the upcoming independent feature film “Lane 1974,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. She joins Sophia Mitri Schloss, who was previously cast in the title role of Lane...
  • Josh Brolin Talks Thanos “Wrath” in MCU
    Josh Brolin Talks Thanos “Wrath” in MCU
    The Marvel Cinematic Universe has ten films in line for the next three years including ‘Avengers: Infinity War – Part 1’ and ‘Infinity War – Part 2’ which is expected to star Josh Brolin as supervillain Thanos....
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    'The 5th Wave' trailer has Chloe Moretz battling alien invaders
    With "The Hunger Games"winding down there's room for another YA franchise to make its way to the top of the heap. "Divergent"and "The Maze Runner"are already vying for that spot, but another best-selling book...
  • End of the Tour
    End of the Tour
    I don’t think there has ever really been a great film about a great writer. We naturally compare their lives to works of great fiction. Great fiction tends to distill the tedium and awkwardness out of real life. Real life can be exhausting...
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    Review: 'Addicted to Fresno' wastes a wealth of comic potential
    From top to bottom there's a wealth of comic talent all over "Addicted to Fresno", most of it from some of TV's finest programs. "Orange is the New Black", "Arrested Development", "Parks & Recreation...
  • Eve Harlow & Jesse Camacho
    ‘Lost After Dark’: Eve Harlow and Jesse Camacho discuss new horror film
    In homage to the classic slasher films of the 1980’s comes the new horror film from Anchor Bay Entertainment, “Lost After Dark”.Written by Bo Ransdell and Ian Kessner and directed by Kessner, “Lost After Dark” tells...
  • 'The Hee Haw Collection' DVD Review
    'The Hee Haw Collection' DVD Review
    'Hee Haw' first appeared on TV in 1969. It was supposed to be a replacement for 'The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour'. It lasted on CBS for only two years and in 1971 it was pulled from the line-up. The show would be picked up in...
  • TRAILER: Eddie Redmayne transcends gender in ‘The Danish Girl’
    TRAILER: Eddie Redmayne transcends gender in ‘The Danish Girl’
    Eddie Redmayne gives what appears to be another Academy Award worthy performance in “The Danish Girl,” a luscious period film about a Danish artist undergoing the first known gender reassignment surgery. The first trailer was released...
  • Watch 'Red Eye' to remember Wes Craven
    Watch 'Red Eye' to remember Wes Craven
    This past weekend, veteran horror movie director Wes Craven died at the age of 76 of brain cancer. Although best known for the mega-hits “Scream” (1996) and “A Nightmare on Elm Street” (1984), he was responsible for...
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    Michael Fassbender claims the throne in new trailer for 'Macbeth'
    Before Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard travel back in time for "Assassin's Creed", they'll venture into the past in a completely different way in "Macbeth". Obviously based on Shakespeare's oft-adapted play,...
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