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In the wake of the lawsuit filed against Singer alleging the director sexually assaulted a teenager, Singer will not be doing interviews at the fan convention.
You can get a bit excited, but you can’t get too excited just yet.
Corporate dealmaking led to the teaser for X-Men: Days of Future Past appearing at the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but Fox and Sony will not be uniting Marvel Comics’ web-slinger and mutant superheroes.
While director Bryan Singer said last December that the actress “won’t appear” in the film, Fox confirms to BuzzFeed that Paquin’s character Rogue has made the final cut.
Or: Do you know the difference between Paul Thomas Anderson and Paul W.S. Anderson?
Universal Pictures announced that the late actor’s younger brothers will help “fill in small gaps left in production.”
At least a dozen movies primarily about women will open in theaters during the summer season. That may not seem like a lot, but it is a lot!
Blue Sky Studios has never been a big player in the U.S. — its latest film, Rio 2, opened with a just-OK $39 million. But overseas, the studio pulls in some seriously big money.
Watch out, Captain America — HYDRA is everywhere! SPOILERS!
The star of National Velvet, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and The Black Stallion was 93.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier’s record-breaking opening weekend is yet another triumph in Marvel’s string of hits.
From Charlie Chaplin to Bette Davis, from Orson Welles to Akira Kurosawa, from Walt Disney to Quentin Tarantino, how many of these 200 classic films from the past 100 years have you seen?
No biblical film has come close to Noah’s $44 million opening weekend since The Passion of the Christ. And it is just one of several Bible-themed movies making an impact at the box office.
Here’s one: She will give you a cupcake, and you don’t even have to ask for it.
The movies can provoke so many feelings — sooooo many feelings.
You know which TNG main character you are, but who else could you be while walking the decks of the Enterprise? (Or trying to take it over?)
The adaptation of Veronica Roth’s best-seller opened with $56 million, but only 50% of audiences had read Roth’s book.