SAG Awards 2020: Tony Shalhoub and Phoebe Waller-Bridge Among Early Winners
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SAG Awards 2020: Tony Shalhoub and Phoebe Waller-Bridge Among Early Winners

'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' has also scored a win for Ensemble in a Comedy Series, while the stunt teams of 'Avengers: Endgame' and 'Game of Thrones' nail the Outstanding Action Performance kudos.

'Bad Boys for Life' Soars Over 'Dolittle' at the Box Office
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'Bad Boys for Life' Soars Over 'Dolittle' at the Box Office

The third 'Bad Boys' movie is expected to make $68 million over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend in North America, and surpasses the $100 million mark globally.

Scarlett Johansson 'Deeply Disappointed' Violent Illness Forced Her to Skip Film Festival
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Scarlett Johansson 'Deeply Disappointed' Violent Illness Forced Her to Skip Film Festival

The 'Marriage Story' star was initially set to receive the Outstanding Performers of the Year award alongside co-star Adam Driver at the 2020 Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

'1917' Outshines 'Joker' and 'The Irishman' at 2020 PGA Awards
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'1917' Outshines 'Joker' and 'The Irishman' at 2020 PGA Awards

While the Sam Mendes film takes home the Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures trophy, 'Succession', 'Fleabag' and 'Chernobyl' score a win each in the TV category.

Zoe Kravitz Says Yes to Catwoman Role Because of Her 'Really Strong Femininity'
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Zoe Kravitz Says Yes to Catwoman Role Because of Her 'Really Strong Femininity'

The 'Mad Max: Fury Road' actress reveals she is drawn to the DC character Selina Kyle because the Gotham City antiheroine 'represents really strong femininity.'

'Bad Boys 4' Gets Green Light Following 'Bad Boys for Life' Early Box Office Success
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'Bad Boys 4' Gets Green Light Following 'Bad Boys for Life' Early Box Office Success

As the third movie is poised to become the highest-earning R-rated release ever over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, a fourth movie is in the works.

Meryl Streep to Voice Planet Earth in New Movie
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Meryl Streep to Voice Planet Earth in New Movie

The 'Big Little Lies' actress is enlisted to lend her voice to 'Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth' which is scheduled to be released on Earth Day.

Robert De Niro Credits Bradley Cooper for Convincing Him to Join 'Joker'
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Robert De Niro Credits Bradley Cooper for Convincing Him to Join 'Joker'

Having worked four times with the 'A Star Is Born' director before, the veteran actor admits he is deeply impressed with the way his younger colleague carries himself around the set.

James Brolin Plans Directorial Debut Using Project He's Been Working for Four Years
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James Brolin Plans Directorial Debut Using Project He's Been Working for Four Years

The actor husband of Barbra Streisand reveals that he finally secured financing for his first helming venture for the big screen after revamping the film's script.

Oprah Winfrey Says Russell Simmons' Pressure Didn't Make Her Quit Documentary
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Oprah Winfrey Says Russell Simmons' Pressure Didn't Make Her Quit Documentary

The Harpo CEO admits there's pressure from the record producer to abandon the film that puts the spotlight on his alleged sexual misconduct victims, but in the end it's not what led to her decision to drop out of the project.

Tyler Perry Denies Making Money Out of Women's Pain
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Tyler Perry Denies Making Money Out of Women's Pain

The 'Haves and the Have Nots' director addresses his reputation for making movies about long-suffering women, insisting it was not his aim to make money out of people's pain.

Quentin Tarantino to Explore 'Bounty Law' in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Spin-Off
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Quentin Tarantino to Explore 'Bounty Law' in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Spin-Off

The 'Django Unchained' director reveals he is working on a new movie which is based on the fictional show starring Leonardo DiCaprio's character Rick Dalton.

Taika Waititi Approached for New 'Star Wars' Movie
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Taika Waititi Approached for New 'Star Wars' Movie

Disney and Lucasfilm are reportedly in talks with the 'Thor: Ragnarok' director about developing a new installment of the space-fantasy film franchise.

Eva Mendes Says Motherhood Limits Her Choices on Screen
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Eva Mendes Says Motherhood Limits Her Choices on Screen

The mother of two explains to her online fans why she has been absent from screen since giving birth to her first child with Ryan Gosling five years ago.

James Bond 'Can Be of Any Color,' But Can't Be Female, Says Producer
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James Bond 'Can Be of Any Color,' But Can't Be Female, Says Producer

While she's open to the idea of casting an actor of any color or race to be the next British spy, Barbara Broccoli insists that a woman will never become 007.

Cynthia Erivo Vows to Fight for Change in the Wake of Stephen King's Diversity Tweets
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Cynthia Erivo Vows to Fight for Change in the Wake of Stephen King's Diversity Tweets

During a Television Critics Association panel for 'The Outsider', the 'Harriet' star makes a point on the importance of inclusivity and how it can 'change the way people think.'

Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton to Channel The Williams Sisters in 'King Richard'
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Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton to Channel The Williams Sisters in 'King Richard'

The 'Fences' actress and the 'Godfather of Harlem' starlet are expected to star opposite Will Smith as they landed the coveted roles of Venus and Serena Williams in the Warner Bros biopic.

Colin Trevorrow's Script for 'Star Wars: Episode IX' Leaks, Is Said Better Than 'Rise of Skywalker'
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Colin Trevorrow's Script for 'Star Wars: Episode IX' Leaks, Is Said Better Than 'Rise of Skywalker'

The original director's version of 'Episode IX' has reportedly emerged online and some fans say it's actually better than J. J. Abrams' version that made it on screen.

Stephen King Backtracks on Diversity Comments After Slammed for Being 'Ignorant'
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Stephen King Backtracks on Diversity Comments After Slammed for Being 'Ignorant'

The horror novel author acknowledges that people of certain color, sex and orientation 'are badly under-represented' after he tweets that he doesn't consider diversity when voting for the Oscars.

Spike Lee 'Shocked' Yet 'Proud' With Appointment as Cannes' First Black Jury President
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Spike Lee 'Shocked' Yet 'Proud' With Appointment as Cannes' First Black Jury President

Two years after winning the Grand Prix with 'BlacKkKlansman', the acclaimed filmmaker will be taking over from director Alejandro G. Inarritu as the chief of the 73rd edition of the French film festival.