Saoirse Ronan Likens Barbarity of Today's Fake News to One That Killed Mary Stuart
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Saoirse Ronan Likens Barbarity of Today's Fake News to One That Killed Mary Stuart

The 'Mary Queen of Scots' actress weighs in on the problems faced by the modern world where stories are being distorted in order to gratify one political side or the other.

'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' Director Vows to Never Discuss Julianne Moore's Exit
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'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' Director Vows to Never Discuss Julianne Moore's Exit

When asked what prompted the 'Suburbicon' actress to quit the project, Marielle Heller reveals that she and new leading lady Melissa McCarthy have made a pack to not talk about it.

'Cold War' Dominates 2018 European Film Awards With Multiple Wins
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'Cold War' Dominates 2018 European Film Awards With Multiple Wins

The Pawel Pawlikowski-directed black-and-white drama takes home Best European Film among other gongs, while 'Call Me By Your Name' nails People's Choice Award at the 31st annual awards.

'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Leaps to Top Box Office as 'Mortal Engines' Lacks Steam
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'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Leaps to Top Box Office as 'Mortal Engines' Lacks Steam

The Sony animated movie debuts at the domestic chart with approximately $35.4 million, while the sci-fi fantasy movie produced by Peter Jackson barely makes it to the top five with around $7.5 million.

Benicio Del Toro to Lend Voice to Thieving Fox in 'Dora the Explorer'
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Benicio Del Toro to Lend Voice to Thieving Fox in 'Dora the Explorer'

Tapped to voice Swiper in the live-action adaptation of the animated TV series, the 'Sicario' star is joining the likes of Isabela Moner, Eva Longoria and Michael Pena among others.

Claire Foy to Be Recognized With #SeeHer Award at 2019 Critics' Choice Awards
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Claire Foy to Be Recognized With #SeeHer Award at 2019 Critics' Choice Awards

While 'The Crown' actress gets the honor for her strong female roles, 'The Big Bang Theory' creator Chuck Lorre will be feted with Creative Achievement Award.

Nicole Kidman's Daughters Label Her Granny Following 'Destroyer' Makeover
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Nicole Kidman's Daughters Label Her Granny Following 'Destroyer' Makeover

The 'Big Little Lies' star further reveals that her 10-year-old daughter was mortified after she joked she would pose as her grandmother when coming to her school for grandparents' day.

Kate Winslet to Woo Saoirse Ronan in 'Ammonite'
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Kate Winslet to Woo Saoirse Ronan in 'Ammonite'

The 'Revolutionary Road' actress is joining forces with the 'Lady Bird' star in a Francis Lee-directed movie about paleontologist Mary Anning and her romantic relationship with a young woman.

'Bohemian Rhapsody' Topples 'Straight Outta Compton' as Highest-Grossing Music Biopic Ever
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'Bohemian Rhapsody' Topples 'Straight Outta Compton' as Highest-Grossing Music Biopic Ever

Having collected multiple nominations at both Golden Globes and SAG Awards, the Queen biopic breaks record with more than $600 million in ticket sales worldwide.

First 'Downton Abbey' Movie Teaser Invites Fans Back to the Iconic Castle
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First 'Downton Abbey' Movie Teaser Invites Fans Back to the Iconic Castle

The movie will be released on September 20, 2019, almost four years after the TV series ended its run.

Romeo Miller Passes Initial Round of Auditions for 'Bad Boys 3'
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Romeo Miller Passes Initial Round of Auditions for 'Bad Boys 3'

Master P's son, who is also known as Lil' Romeo, shares his excitement on getting closer to work with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in 'Bad Boys for Life'.

John Mellencamp Insists Broadway Version of 'Jack and Diane' Won't Be Jukebox Musical
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John Mellencamp Insists Broadway Version of 'Jack and Diane' Won't Be Jukebox Musical

Speaking of the stage musical based on his 1982 song, the 'Cherry Bomb' singer spills that it will represent every problem that America is going through today.

Jason Momoa Assures Henry Cavill Isn't Retiring as Superman
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Jason Momoa Assures Henry Cavill Isn't Retiring as Superman

Despite rumors about the 'Man of Steel' actor's exit from the DC movie franchise, the 'Aquaman' lead insists that his 'Justice League' co-star is still up for portraying Superman.

Margot Robbie Initially Thought She Was the Wrong Pick for 'Mary Queen of Scots'
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Margot Robbie Initially Thought She Was the Wrong Pick for 'Mary Queen of Scots'

Speaking of her role as Queen Elizabeth I in the historical drama, the 'I, Tonya' star reveals that director Josie Rourke convinced her to portray a young woman instead of a queen.

Rami Malek Grateful Ben Stiller Fought for Him in 'Night at the Museum'
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Rami Malek Grateful Ben Stiller Fought for Him in 'Night at the Museum'

The 'Bohemian Rhapsody' star admits In a new interview that 20th Century Fox were actually looking to find another actor because they were concerned about his portrayal of Ahkmenrah.

'Ozark' Star Julia Garner Eyed to Play Harvey Weinstein's Assistant in Upcoming Film
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'Ozark' Star Julia Garner Eyed to Play Harvey Weinstein's Assistant in Upcoming Film

The untitled project itself will be the first movie to recount the disgraced producer's bad behavior, and has Kitty Green serving as writer and director.

Mark Hamill Pressured by Restrictions Over 'Star Wars Episode IX' Script
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Mark Hamill Pressured by Restrictions Over 'Star Wars Episode IX' Script

Talking about the new challenges he has to deal with when reprising his role as Luke Skywalker, 'The Last Jedi' star reveals that he is not allowed to keep the script overnight.

Producers Shelf Eddie Redmayne's 'Chicago 7' Amid Budget Concern
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Producers Shelf Eddie Redmayne's 'Chicago 7' Amid Budget Concern

'The Trial of the Chicago 7', which has Aaron Sorkin attached as director, is reported to be shut down by its producers two months before it is scheduled to go into production.

Michelle Williams Forced to Back Out of Broadway's 'Once on This Island'
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Michelle Williams Forced to Back Out of Broadway's 'Once on This Island'

Just two weeks into her Broadway run as Erzulie, the former Destiny's Child member is ordered by her doctor to 'take a leave of absence from performing.'

'The Shining', 'Jurassic Park' and 'Brokeback Mountain' Added to National Film Registry
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'The Shining', 'Jurassic Park' and 'Brokeback Mountain' Added to National Film Registry

Expressing his surprise at the selection, 'Brokeback' director Ang Lee says in a statement that the 2005 gay-themed movie has become 'a reflection of the darkness and light.'