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  • Floating some theories about Google's mysterious barge

    Floating some theories about Google's mysterious barge
    If it weren't for Google trying to cover it up, the old sea-worn barge stacked four stories high with customized shipping containers may not have become an object of global fascination. But Google being Google with all its out-there projects —...
  • Heated debate with Chicago native 'Dealin' with Idiots' star/director/co-writer Jeff Garlin

    Heated debate with Chicago native 'Dealin' with Idiots' star/director/co-writer Jeff Garlin
    In “Dealin’ with Idiots,” Chicago native Jeff Garlin stars as a comedian who gets so fed up with foolish parents he observes at his son’s youth baseball game that he decides to spend more time with them—not to increase his...
  • Talia Castellano: Ellen DeGeneres' honorary CoverGirl dies at 13

    Talia Castellano: Ellen DeGeneres' honorary CoverGirl dies at 13
    Talia Joy Castellano, a bubbly cancer patient who became an honorary CoverGirl with the help of Ellen DeGeneres, has died. She was 13. The Orlando, Fla., teenager became a YouTube sensation with her motivational makeup tutorial videos, which captured...
  • Theme parks' quarterly report: Say hello to Transformers, Antarctica, Atlantis, more coasters, coming attractions

    Theme parks' quarterly report: Say hello to Transformers, Antarctica, Atlantis, more coasters, coming attractions
    Summertime is busy for Orlando's theme parks, although most new attractions are open and operating before the surge of out-of-towners comes in. This year, new rides and shows continue to trickle in as the temperatures rise. Here's an overview of what...
  • Summer B-movies are doing an A-list business

    Summer B-movies are doing an A-list business
    Summer moviegoing is usually about the stars, the spectacle and the sizzle. But in a trend that's mystifying Hollywood, this summer's box office is being driven by films with modest ambitions, including relatively inexpensive comedies, lower budget...
  • 'Elysium' may beat 'Planes,' 'Millers,' 'Percy' at multiplex

    On a crowded box-office weekend, where four new films will fight for No. 1, "Elysium" may hover just above the competition.  The sci-fi flick starring Matt Damon is set to debut with a solid-if-not-spectacular $32 million, according to those who have...
  • 'Blackfish' gives Pixar second thoughts on 'Finding Dory' plot

    'Blackfish' gives Pixar second thoughts on 'Finding Dory' plot
    “Finding Dory” may be undergoing a sea change as Pixar is taking a page from a little-seen whale documentary. The Walt Disney-owned animation studio is hard at work on "Finding Dory," a follow-up to the 2003 oceanic blockbuster "Finding...
  • At D23, Disney announces new animated feature 'Zootopia'

    The Walt Disney Animation Studios announced "Zootopia," a new 3-D animated feature film from "Tangled" director Byron Howard, at the D23 Expo in Anaheim on Friday. Howard described "Zootopia" as "a buddy action comedy set in an animal world where humans...
  • 'Elysium' launches to No. 1; 'We're the Millers' is surprise runner-up

    Matt Damon rose above the competition at the box office this weekend, where his sci-fi film "Elysium" was No. 1 as four new films hit theaters. The pricey movie about a man desperate to get to a plush man-made space station hovering above Earth opened...
  • Pixar reveals risky film 'Inside Out,' set in a girl's brain

    Pixar reveals risky film 'Inside Out,' set in a girl's brain
    For the last two years, perhaps the most mystery-shrouded project at Pixar Animation has been the next film by "Monster's Inc." and "Up" director Pete Docter, a story set inside the brain of a young girl. At the D23 Expo in Anaheim over the weekend,...
  • Are Hollywood studios cranking out too many animated films?

    Are Hollywood studios cranking out too many animated films?
    When it comes to computer-animated movies, studios seemingly can't get enough of talking animals, planes, cars, monsters, cavemen, snails and little blue creatures who live in mushrooms. But there are signs that the abundance of animated movies may be...