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Ben Affleck might be Batman to his 4-year-old fan-boy son, Samuel, but that doesn't mean he'll get to see his dad in action in "Batman v Superman" with the rest of the world when it hits theaters next week.
 
As every aficionado of the zombie apocalypse knows, the undead cannot swim.
 
It's the year's least likely feelgood hit film in which the little guys take on France's richest man and end up laughing all the way to the bank.
 
Fed up with stereotyping, Kravitz is ready for DIY shake up of Hollywood
Zoe Kravitz has heard enough talk and she's ready for some change.
 
A former agent for the director of the next "Star Wars" film claims in a lawsuit filed Friday that he was cut out of negotiations regarding the blockbuster franchise.
 
Homemade addiction story 'Krisha' uncovers catharsis amid tragedy
Aspiring filmmakers take note: Nine days of shooting at his mother's Montgomery, Texas, home, a minuscule budget of US$100,000 and a cast led by his aunt were enough for writer-director Trey Edward Shults to make one of the more devastatingly empathetic portraits of addiction you're likely to see.
 
Emmy-winning 'L.A. Law' actor Larry Drake dies at age sixty-six
Larry Drake, who earned back-to-back Emmy Awards for his sensitive portrayal of mentally challenged character Benny Stulwicz in "L.A. Law," has died. He was 66.
 
A movie about a highly-trained female assassin swept the Asian Film Awards in Macau Thursday, bagging prizes for best film, best actress and best director at the glittering ceremony.
 
Latest 'Divergent' pic 'Allegiant' is dull, lifeless
If you can learn anything about storytelling from 'The Hunger Games' and 'Divergent,' it's that part one of a two-part finale is generally pretty disposable.
 
Ang Lee joins chorus upset by Oscars racism
Oscar-winning Taiwan-born director Ang Lee (李安) joined a number of Academy members of Asian descent to protest against racist jokes made during last month's Oscars ceremony.
 
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