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HAIL, CAESAR! Trailer: The Coen Brothers Take on Old Hollywood


The first trailer for Hail, Caesar!, the next Coen Brothers film has landed. The movie takes place over one day in the life of a studio fixer played by Josh Brolin. He’s got a lot going on by the looks of things. One of the biggest issues he’s facing is the kidnapping of his star,

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In Let This Franchise Die Already News, Sony is Working on Male-Focused GHO...


Bill Murray wouldn’t read Dan Aykroyd’s script for Ghostbusters 3. Enough time passed and smart and well-dressed Hollywood thinkers decided to make a new Ghostbusters instead, with females. They touted this around town like they were doing women a favour and it was embarrassing and sexist for everyone involved. The new, female-centric Ghostbusters movie directed

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Watch these 50-Minute Actors and Actresses Roundtable Discussions


One of my favorite annual events is the THR Roundtable series and this year is no exception. We are sharing with you below some fascinating conversation involving some of the year’s best actors and actresses. It’s nice to see candid conversation from some of these folks including Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game), Michael Keaton (Birdman),

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THE HATEFUL EIGHT Synopsis and Cast Revealed


  Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight now has its main cast and Channing Tatum in a role as well. Like most of you, I’m always excited to see QT’s next offering and this is no exception. Check out the great cast! Here they are folks: Samuel L. Jackson as Major Marquis Warren Kurt Russell as

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The New FOXCATCHER Trailer is Dark and Beautiful


Ever since I saw the first footage of Foxcatcher, I was immediately hooked. I’m running out of great optimistic things to say about the dark drama directed by Bennett Miller, but I’ll try. The latest and greatest trailer gives a nice overview of the entire story taking place and the game changing performances from Channing

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See All The 22 JUMP STREET Sequel Posters Right Here


For those who saw 22 Jump Street this summer I know you weren’t disappointed, it was a lot of fun and proved the comedy sequel can still work. The running joke in the movie was the whole idea of the sequel and how silly it was; this point was made very clear during the end

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