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Amy Poehler in talks to join Tina Fey comedyupdated Wed Apr 09 2014 10:42:54

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler must be in the business of making dreams come true.

'Captain America' soars with $96.2 million weekendupdated Mon Apr 07 2014 08:24:50

"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" is yet another piece of evidence that Marvel's formula for its behemoth superhero film franchise is exactly what audiences want.

Review: 'Dom Hemingway' a mesmerizing dramaupdated Fri Apr 04 2014 13:58:41

If ever there were an actor ripe to ''McConaughnesize'' his career, it's Jude Law ? and guess what, he has done it, spectacularly, in "Dom Hemingway."

Review: 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'updated Fri Apr 04 2014 12:54:03

A superhero should always battle a foe as powerful as he is. Otherwise, there's no contest.

'Eleanor & Park' heads for big screen with DreamWorksupdated Wed Apr 02 2014 15:20:25

Big Red is headed to the big screen.

Lisa Marie Presley, and more celeb transformationsupdated Tue Apr 01 2014 12:42:24

New to Netflix in Aprilupdated Tue Apr 01 2014 08:17:03

Box office report: 'Noah' wreaks Old Testament havoc on its competitorsupdated Mon Mar 31 2014 11:13:56

Russell Crowe's grungy beard ? presumably as well as other elements of Noah -- drew in $44 million this weekend, perching it atop a Mount Ararat of box office receipts with a moderately impressive sum by any measurement (including cubits).

'Noah': Roundup of the flood of reviewsupdated Fri Mar 28 2014 13:16:57

Is it "Titanic" for the faithful?

'Network': The angriest movie of all timeupdated Thu Mar 27 2014 12:48:43

Paddy Chayefsky heard voices.

Box office report: 'Divergent' heads straight for $56 million winupdated Mon Mar 24 2014 08:41:06

Divergent was dauntless at the box office this weekend, easily winning the top spot with an estimated $56 million. Meanwhile, the Muppets failed to take multiplexes in Muppets Most Wanted, earning $16.5 million, and the faith-based indie God's Not Dead inspired an awesome $8.6 million from just 780 theaters.

Review: 'Divergent' keeps you investedupdated Fri Mar 21 2014 10:12:14

In the posters for "Divergent," Shailene Woodley has been given the stylized bod of a comic-book sci-action vamp, and her features are as coolly chiseled as her physique.

'Nymphomaniac' and other sexy sex scenesupdated Fri Mar 21 2014 09:10:55

'Divergent' brings 'Hunger Games'-like frenzy to stars, audiencesupdated Thu Mar 20 2014 08:12:22

Shailene Woodley and Theo James weren't expecting a frenzied mass of "Divergent" fans to greet them at a premiere in early March.

Ivan Reitman will not direct 'Ghostbusters 3'updated Wed Mar 19 2014 12:59:30

Ivan Reitman has decided that he will not return to direct the next installment of "Ghostbusters," EW has confirmed.

Marc Webb isn't directing 'Spider-Man 4'updated Mon Mar 17 2014 17:11:04

Sony's aggressive expansion of its rebooted "Amazing Spider-Man" franchise began last summer with the announcement of release dates for "Amazing 3" and "4" in 2016 and 2018, respectively ? meaning that the 2010s will be the first decade in human history with one "Spider-Man" movie every two years, so take that, 2000s!

'Mr. Peabody' is No. 1 at the box officeupdated Mon Mar 17 2014 09:58:55

It was not a good weekend to be a new movie in wide release at the box office. The world's smartest animated dog took the lead this weekend and left "Need for Speed" in the dust, while "Tyler Perry's The Single Mom's Club" missed the mark and now has the dubious honor of being his lowest opening ever.

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Memorable drinking moviesupdated Mon Mar 17 2014 08:33:27

'Veronica Mars' love triangle resolved?updated Fri Mar 14 2014 10:26:44

One thing fans of the TV series "Veronica Mars" -- sometimes called "marshmallows" -- hope to see in the movie "Veronica Mars" is a resolution to the ongoing debate: Team Logan or Team Piz?

'Mean Girls' characters: Where are they now?updated Thu Mar 13 2014 17:26:14

This is worse than wearing sweatpants: Mean Girls isn't getting a Tina Fey-penned sequel!

Box office report: '300: Rise of an Empire' conquers the weekend with $45 millionupdated Mon Mar 10 2014 08:16:05

300: Rise of an Empire speared its competition and kept on raking in the dollars on its opening weekend.

Review: '300: Rise of an Empire' ups wow factorupdated Fri Mar 07 2014 16:32:56

Proving the old adage that those who cough up 10 bucks to see history are doomed to repeat it, we now get a sequel of sorts to Zack Snyder's razzle-dazzle Spartan bloodfest, "300."

Mark Wahlberg gets 'thin as possible' for movieupdated Fri Mar 07 2014 13:04:15

Talk about a "Transformer."

BatKid was cut from the Oscars, but here's whyupdated Fri Mar 07 2014 11:13:40

Bruce Wayne would never stand for BatKid getting cut from the Oscars, and the Internet hasn't either.

MTV Movie Awards: The nominations are inupdated Thu Mar 06 2014 13:09:43

Awards season isn't over yet.

'Frozen' hits $1 billion mark at worldwide box officeupdated Mon Mar 03 2014 15:52:34

Last night, "Frozen" snagged two Oscars: One for best original song for "Let It Go," and the other for best animated feature. Oh, and it also crossed the $1 billion mark for worldwide box office.

How the Oscars should've gone, according to youupdated Mon Mar 03 2014 15:06:09

Oscars 2014: Five things to knowupdated Mon Mar 03 2014 01:42:40

The 86th Academy Awards are in the record books. Here are five things that struck us about Sunday's broadcast:

'12 Years a Slave' named best pictureupdated Sun Mar 02 2014 18:17:47

The searing drama "12 Years a Slave" was named best picture at the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday night.

Oscars 2014: 5 things to watch forupdated Sun Mar 02 2014 10:47:42

Ellen DeGeneres! Celebrity controversies! Endless self-congratulation!

How the Oscar 'in memoriam' segment is decidedupdated Thu Feb 27 2014 09:56:06

The film industry was devastated by two recent deaths that have led to a movement to alter this Sunday's "in memoriam" segment of the Oscars telecast: One was the natural causes passing of comedy filmmaker Harold Ramis, 69, and the other was the accidental death of camera assistant Sarah Jones, 27, who was struck by a train in Georgia while working on a biopic of rock musician Gregg Allman.

2014 Oscar predictions: Insiders' knowledge put to the testupdated Thu Feb 27 2014 08:24:10

It's that time again, time to pull out the ballots and read the tea leaves and see who's going to take home the trophies at Sunday's 86th Academy Awards.

Oscar nominee finding new success at 84updated Wed Feb 26 2014 11:48:28

June Squibb has been in show business for 60 years -- but it's only now, with her performance in the film "Nebraska," that she is getting wide recognition.

Harold Ramis of 'Ghostbusters,' 'Groundhog Day' fame diesupdated Mon Feb 24 2014 13:54:59

Harold Ramis, the actor, writer and director whose films include "Stripes," "Ghostbusters," "Groundhog Day" and "Analyze This," has died. He was 69.

'Sex and the City 3'? King agrees 'there's one story left' updated Thu Feb 20 2014 17:13:57

On the topic of TV shows getting a second life, it's impossible not to look to Sex and the City, the original model for Community fans' cheer of "six seasons and a movie." After six fashionable years of Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte's adventures on TV, the iconic HBO comedy series found new life ? twice ? with two big-screen adaptations, both written and directed by series exec producer Michael Patrick King.

Oscars' best actresses of all timeupdated Thu Feb 20 2014 10:43:35

Rewind: The Oscar-winning best picturesupdated Thu Feb 20 2014 08:49:11

Casting Net: Kevin Hart and Ice Cube sign on for 'Ride Along 2'updated Wed Feb 19 2014 09:05:49

Here is a round up of some of the recent casting news out of Hollywood:

Review: 'About Last Night'updated Fri Feb 14 2014 11:35:38

In "About Last Night," two couples who are polar opposites ? one sweet, restrained, and devoted; the other raunchy, angry, and uncommitted ? form together out of two sets of best friends in Los Angeles. Danny (Michael Ealy) and Debbie (Joy Bryant) are the nice ones.

Summit announces director for 'Divergent' sequelupdated Wed Feb 12 2014 10:18:47

Robert Schwentke, the German director best known for Flightplan with Jodie Foster and the successful action-comedy "Red," has been selected to direct "Insurgent," the sequel to Summit's upcoming franchise-starter, "Divergent."

Appreciation: Shirley Temple, the model child starupdated Tue Feb 11 2014 11:44:45

President Franklin D. Roosevelt called her "Little Miss Miracle."

Box office: 'LEGO Movie' stacks up $69.1 million for 'awesome' debutupdated Mon Feb 10 2014 10:04:12

Everything is awesome for the team behind "The LEGO Movie."

Can 'The LEGO Movie' really be THAT good?updated Fri Feb 07 2014 17:28:35

Moms and Dads: Get your kids to take you to see "The LEGO Movie" this weekend!

Review: 'The Monuments Men'updated Fri Feb 07 2014 16:58:36

Up until now, I've liked every movie that George Clooney has directed (yes, even "Leatherheads," his 1920s screwball football comedy). So when I heard about "The Monuments Men," his sixth outing as a filmmaker, I figured it probably couldn't miss.

From book to big screen: Your guide to film adaptations 2014updated Fri Jan 31 2014 08:11:36

Many beloved books, new and old, are being transformed in movies this year. Tales from Lois Lowry's classic young adult tale "The Giver" to the popular dystopic novel "Divergent" are making feature film debuts.

'12 Years,' 'Gravity' tie for prize at Producers Guild Awardsupdated Mon Jan 20 2014 12:09:44

Both "12 Years A Slave" and "Gravity" lost out on the best ensemble prize at Saturday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, but both films were still celebrating when the weekend ended.

Box office report: 'Ride Along' dominates with $47.8 million, breaks January recordupdated Mon Jan 20 2014 08:24:41

It's good to be Kevin Hart and Ice Cube this weekend. The increasingly ubiquitous Hart, who recently told EW that Ride Along is "my baby," scored big with a $41.2 million opening weekend for the buddy-cop comedy. That should jump to an estimated $47.8 million when one factors in the Monday MLK Jr. holiday. Not only does the impressive haul surpass expectations for Universal's leanly budgeted $25 million comedy, but it also breaks the record for a January opening. (If you're still not sold on the Hart/Cube pairing, whose chemistry lifted the film to an "A" approval rating with CinemaScore audiences, let this stupendous spot on Conan give you a taste of their chemistry.)

Oliver Stone drops out of Martin Luther King Jr. projectupdated Fri Jan 17 2014 19:04:51

With Martin Luther King Jr. Day right around the corner, Oliver Stone announced Friday that he is no longer on board to write and direct a biopic about the Civil Rights leader.

Oscars 2014: The nominee reaction that will move you to tearsupdated Thu Jan 16 2014 16:26:15

When actor Barkhad Abdi calls his "Captain Phillips" role life-changing, he means it literally.

5 things we learned from Oscar nominationsupdated Thu Jan 16 2014 13:54:28

The nominations for the Academy Awards were presented Thursday morning, and as always there were trends and surprises. Here are a few things we learned:

'Hustle,' '12 Years' are among top Oscar nomineesupdated Thu Jan 16 2014 08:50:16

Two stories of America -- one about its sometimes perverse capacity for reinvention, the other about the most tragic period in the country's history -- were among the leaders Thursday for the nominations for the 86th Academy Awards.

Hollywood's worst honored with Razzie Award nominationsupdated Wed Jan 15 2014 11:26:03

Forget the Oscars.

2014 awards season: Does diversity matter more than wins?updated Wed Jan 15 2014 10:56:07

This year's roster of awards show nominees are more diverse than has probably ever before been seen in Hollywood.

Who's gonna get picked? Predicting the 2014 Oscar nominationsupdated Wed Jan 15 2014 10:54:44

There are a lot of factors to take into account when trying to determine the Oscar nominations.

Son's tweet puts Woody Allen in harsh spotlight -- againupdated Mon Jan 13 2014 19:23:23

Ronan Farrow has reopened a can of worms Woody Allen probably would have just as soon kept sealed.

Director's Guild nods go to Martin Scorsese, Steve McQueenupdated Wed Jan 08 2014 13:19:26

The Director's Guild of America has announced its feature film nominees for 2014, and you can probably guess who made the cut.

'Fast & Furious 7' will not kill off Paul Walker's characterupdated Tue Jan 07 2014 14:51:19

It's not an easy thing, to finish a movie without one of your lead actors.

'Inside Lleywn Davis' top choice for National Society of Film Criticsupdated Mon Jan 06 2014 13:31:40

Critics around the country have spoken: The Coen brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis" is their top film from 2013.

Box office report: 'Frozen' freezes out the latest 'Paranormal Activity' updated Mon Jan 06 2014 10:46:55

As much of the Northeast was trapped in a winter wonderland not unlike its snow-cursed setting, Disney's Frozen managed to reclaim the No. 1 spot at the box office for the first time in three weekends. The animated film took in $20.7 million, which is a nearly 28 percent drop from last week's numbers but still impressive considering it's no longer a holiday and the film is already in its sixth weekend of wide release. It's now inevitable that the Disney hit will cross the $300 million mark, as it's currently sitting pretty at $297.8 million. That's $97 million more than 2010?s Tangled --Disney's previous CG-animated adaptation of a fairy tale with a past participle for a title?made in its entire domestic run. Meanwhile, Frozen's worldwide total has reached $639.9 million.

'Her,' 'Hustle' pick up Writer's Guild nodsupdated Fri Jan 03 2014 17:26:43

It's pretty hard to be a standout actor if you're working with a bad script, so it's no surprise that some of the year's strongest performances came from screenplays nominated for a Writer's Guild award.

'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' was 2013's most pirated movieupdated Thu Jan 02 2014 17:21:22

Congratulations are in order, sorta, for Peter Jackson and his Hobbit team.

26 movies added to Netflix streaming contentupdated Thu Jan 02 2014 13:42:41

Netflix also giveth, even while it taketh away.

A guide to 2014's must-see moviesupdated Wed Jan 01 2014 09:41:39

New Year's Eve movies to set the moodupdated Tue Dec 31 2013 09:06:43

Box office report: 'The Hobbit' beats 'Frozen' with $29.9 millionupdated Mon Dec 30 2013 17:32:49

In a remarkably tight race, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug held onto its gold at the box office this weekend, earning $29.9 million over the three-day frame and taking the top spot. The fantasy epic's domestic total is now $190.3 million after three weeks, a robust number that still trails last year's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which had already earned $221.6 million at the 17-day mark. Peter Jackson's earlier Tolkien epic, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, had made a princely $290.4 million by its third weekend in 2003, headed toward a final gross of $377.8 in the states and $1.119 billion worldwide. Smaug looks likely to end up below Unexpected Journey's total haul of $303 million, whereas each of the Lord of the Rings films managed to outgross its predecessor. The Hobbit: There and Back Again, the trilogy's final film, is slated for release on Dec. 17, 2014.

2013 record breaking year at the box officeupdated Mon Dec 30 2013 15:03:43

Hollywood is about to fade to black on a year full of green.

Review: 'Wolf of Wall Street'updated Tue Dec 24 2013 16:45:40

Pay no attention to the title: Martin Scorsese's new shoot-the-works epic "The Wolf of Wall Street" isn't about rapacious stockbrokers or shady financial shenanigans. It's about drugs. Lots and lots of drugs.

CNN readers' favorite movies of 2013updated Tue Dec 24 2013 13:38:45

The superheroes of "The Avengers" are more assembled than they are apart.

Holiday movie guide 2013updated Tue Dec 24 2013 13:16:34

Paul Walker's scenes will be part of 'Fast and Furious 7'updated Mon Dec 23 2013 16:57:04

When "Fast and Furious 7" opens in theaters in 2015, audiences can expect to see Paul Walker.

'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' scorches 'Anchorman 2' openingupdated Mon Dec 23 2013 11:43:38

This just in: Ron Burgundy is no match for a fire-breathing dragon at the box office.

'G.B.F.' director blames 'R' rating on MPAA's gay double-standardupdated Fri Dec 20 2013 13:20:29

It's an old accusation, but one that shows no signs of disappearing anytime soon: the Motion Picture Association of America is disproportionately stricter about profanity and sex than it is about violence. Relatively gruesome studio films like The Hunger Games or The Dark Knight Rises frequently win PG-13 ratings; relatively gentle films like Philomena, by contrast, are slammed with a much more restrictive R rating ? initially, at least ? simply for dropping one too many F-bombs.

'Anchorman 2': The legend continues, but it's not as funnyupdated Wed Dec 18 2013 16:43:17

Comedy sequels generally follow the law of diminishing returns.

A wealth of Wall Street moviesupdated Wed Dec 18 2013 13:03:20

'12 Years a Slave' and 'American Hustle' lead Critics' Choice nominationsupdated Mon Dec 16 2013 19:41:42

The nominations for the 19th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards have pretty much confirmed what was already known: "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" are serious contenders.

Box office report: 'The Hobbit' captures $73.6 millionupdated Mon Dec 16 2013 09:16:38

Bilbo Baggins went after treasure this weekend, and he found a lot of it ? just not quite as much as he did last year. Peter Jackson's latest Middle-earth adventure The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug earned $73.6 million in its opening weekend, marking a 13 percent drop from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey's $84.6 million bow in December 2012.

Tentpoles falling, 'Gravity' rising, money spinning: The year in movies 2013updated Mon Dec 16 2013 08:09:32

It was a terrible year for movies.

Review: 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'updated Fri Dec 13 2013 17:29:07

Even rote fantasy blockbusters can ? and usually do ? feature the showdown of good and evil. To conjure true darkness, however, is a trickier feat.

5 things we learned from the Golden Globe nominationsupdated Thu Dec 12 2013 11:13:23

Lots of love for "12 Years a Slave." A big push for "American Hustle." Nothing for "Lee Daniels' The Butler."

'Slave,' 'Hustle' dominate Golden Globe nominationsupdated Thu Dec 12 2013 09:21:13

The nominations for the 71st Annual Golden Globes were announced Thursday morning, with "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" dominating the proceedings.

'World War Z' sequel lands an 'Impossible' directorupdated Wed Dec 11 2013 17:57:29

Juan Antonio Bayona, the Spanish filmmaker who directed "The Impossible," the disaster movie about the 2004 Asian tsunami starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor, will direct Brad Pitt in the sequel to "World War Z."

SAG Award nods honor 'Slave,' snub Redfordupdated Wed Dec 11 2013 11:07:01

The 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations were announced Wednesday morning, and as one of the leading awards show salvos in what is expected to be a competitive season, what didn't get nominated was as notable as what did.

Director: Paul Walker was excited about new career directionupdated Tue Dec 10 2013 12:35:35

Paul Walker's new film -- one of the last he completed -- was going to start a new chapter for the "Fast and Furious" actor, says its director.

AFI names 10 best movies, TV shows of 2013updated Mon Dec 09 2013 16:48:20

With just a few weeks left in 2013, the American Film Institute has unveiled its list of the best movies and TV shows of the year.

'Frozen' rises to No. 1 with $31.6 millionupdated Mon Dec 09 2013 09:47:47

The first weekend in December is a notoriously weak one at the box office, and, true to form, most movies faced harsh declines this weekend after the record-breaking Thanksgiving frame.

'Inside Llewyn Davis': The Coens take on pre-Dylan folkupdated Fri Dec 06 2013 12:37:40

If you love the films of Joel and Ethan Coen, you know that they always look at the world through jaundiced, snark-colored glasses; they'll never be warm and toasty.

Who's in the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' cast?updated Wed Dec 04 2013 17:24:07

'Fifty Shades of Grey' casts Rita Ora as Christian's sisterupdated Mon Dec 02 2013 19:07:11

Rita Ora, best known as a singer signed to Jay Z's Roc Nation label, has been cast as Mia, Christian Grey's adopted sister, in "Fifty Shades of Grey."

Box office report: 'Catching Fire' and 'Frozen' break Thanksgiving recordsupdated Mon Dec 02 2013 08:17:24

Stomachs weren't the only thing full over Thanksgiving weekend ? so were movie theaters showing The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The film pulled in a terrific $110.1 million over the Wednesday-to-Sunday period ? $74.5 million of that during the traditional weekend frame ? which gives the sequel a stunning $296.5 million domestic total after only 10 days. (The film has already pulled in a total of $573 million worldwide.)

Box office update: 'Catching Fire' and 'Frozen' set to smash recordsupdated Fri Nov 29 2013 15:58:52

It turns out moviegoers want fire and ice this Thanksgiving.

'Doctor Who' screening stuns at Monday box office, No. 2 after 'Catching Fire'updated Wed Nov 27 2013 15:26:13

The Time Lord has conquered the box office.

Independent Spirit Awards: '12 Years a Slave' and 'Nebraska' lead nominationsupdated Tue Nov 26 2013 18:04:25

12 Years a Slave may have the most nominations, but Nebraska will probably benefit the most from its Independent Spirit Awards recognition ? which give a much needed boost to low-budget movies competing for Oscar attention.

'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' breaks November recordupdated Mon Nov 25 2013 09:37:29

The girl on fire is still burning bright!

Review: 'Catching Fire' smoothly excitingupdated Fri Nov 22 2013 10:05:45

Last year, in the avidly faithful but ultimately rather flat-footed screen version of "The Hunger Games," we saw Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) triumph in a Survivor-meets-gladiator teen war to the death.

'Mad Max: Fury Road' to storm theaters Summer 2015updated Thu Nov 21 2013 11:49:07

Attention lovers of post-apocalyptic wastelands, biker gangs, and Tom Hardy: "Mad Max: Fury Road" is set to hit theaters on May 15, 2015 ? almost exactly 30 years after "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" was released.

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Classic movie sequels we'd like to seeupdated Tue Nov 19 2013 18:04:55

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