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6:44 PM - Sunday, December 21, 2014
10 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Ryan Gajewski
"Sony only delayed this," David Boies said on 'Meet the Press' about release plans for the controversial comedyread more
4 hour ago - Movie, TV, DVD, Blu-ray News - MovieWeb
Will Smith and Margot Robbie are featured in two new 'Focus' posters, with the first trailer debuting tomorrow. [...]
8 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
The Babadook relies on real horror rather than cheap jump scares -- and boasts a heartfelt, genuinely moving story to boot.
10 hour ago - San Francisco Bay Area and California Movie Review / Mick Lasalle
[...] with “Top Five,” his third feature as a writer-director, he has made a film that’s as consistently smart and funny as his stand-up comedy. “Top Five” takes place over the course of a single day, as Andre Allen (Rock) promotes his lates . . .
5 hour ago - Vulture
Sony co-chair Amy Pascal wrote a lot of regrettable things in her leaked e-mail correspondences, so it's nice to read something we can agree with: she wants Idris Elba to be the next James Bond. The Daily Beast reports that in an e-mail to Eli . . .
6 hour ago - slashfilm.com / David Chen
David chats with Drew McWeeny from Hitfix about his new piece on the Sony hacks, “What we lose when we let fear win over art.” You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like . . .
10 hour ago - indieWIRE News / Peter Knegt
With Christmas around the corner and lots of awards announcements underway, most of 2014's Oscar hopefuls battled out a very crowded frame to mostly solid results. Two newcomers notably entered the field, with Sony Pictures Classics sending . . .
12 hour ago - indieWIRE News / Shipra Gupta
On Thursday, more than 1,000 people descended on the historic United Artists Theater, adjacent to the The Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles, in order to attend a very special live reading of the script for "Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire . . .
8 hour ago - San Francisco Bay Area and California Movie Review / Mick Lasalle
[...] he starts speaking, and it’s an unfamiliar English accent — because as we all know from movies, that’s how the ancient Egyptians talked. Moses (Christian Bale) and his friend Ramses (Joel Edgerton) ride through Egypt in open chariots, . . .
12/19/2014 - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
When Alan Rickman isn’t busy threatening John McClane or glowering at Harry Potter, he finds time to direct a film now and again. His first directorial effort, The Winter Guest, was released in 1997. Now, 17 years later, he’s come out with the . . .
4 hour ago - Vulture / Samuel Fragoso
From 21 Jump Street to The Spectacular Now to Short Term 12, Brie Larson has consistently elected to participate in films she wholeheartedly believes in. Her latest is Rupert Wyatt’s The Gambler, out in wide release this week, a reimagining of . . .
10 hour ago - Box Office Mojo
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies had another mighty weekend at the international box office.The final chapter in Peter Jackson's Middle Earth prequel trilogy grossed $105.5 million, which brings its 12-day total to a stunning $265 mill . . .
8 hour ago - Filmonic
Simon Pegg is having a very bad day trying to kill his target in the dark action comedy Kill Me Three Times. See what happens when everyone is after the same target in the trailer below. Ok crazy movie, I’m sold. Simon Pegg, Teresa Palmer, Sull . . .
10 hour ago - San Francisco Bay Area and California Movie Review / Peter Hartlaub
Dolphin Tale 2 Winter, the dolphin with a prosthetic tail, is back, and there’s a new threat against the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Even more than the very solid first film, this is cynicism-free cinema and filled with lessons for kids. . . .
12/19/2014 - indieWIRE News / Casey Cipriani
Disappointed you can't see "The Interview"? Don't worry, there always seems to be another James Franco movie just around the corner. This time, Franco co-stars with Jonah Hill in "True Story," which is based on the memoir "True Story: Murder, . . .
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4 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Hilary Lewis
'Love Actually,' 'Elf,' 'Home Alone' and two versions of 'A Christmas Carol'read more
4 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Thomas Doherty
But, says Brandeis University professor Tom Doherty, author of the book 'Hollywood and Hitler,' threats have never shut down the release of a film before 'The Interview'read more
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