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  • 'Age of Adaline's' Ellen Burstyn on the pursuit of truth in acting

    Ellen Burstyn had a difficult time channeling her inner teenager in the new romantic fantasy "The Age of Adaline." And for good reason. In the film, which opened Friday, the 82-year-old actress portrays the daughter of a woman (Blake Lively) who's...
  • 'Pan': How far can the Peter Pan renaissance go?

    'Pan': How far can the Peter Pan renaissance go?
    Plenty of properties in the modern entertainment age have been born, reborn, tooled and retooled. But whether it’s the timelessness of its essence or the fact that its vogue happens to come at a cross-media time, Peter Pan is currently undergoing...
  • CinemaCon: Clint Eastwood on why 'American Sniper' was so big

    CinemaCon: Clint Eastwood on why 'American Sniper' was so big
    Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" grossed more at the domestic box office than any other film released last year — nearly $350 million. Hollywood was stunned by the success of the film, given that it was an adult-oriented, R-rated war drama and...
  • 'Water' reaches the beach

    'Water' reaches the beach
    Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe makes his directorial debut with "The Water Diviner," a World War I drama set to open this year's Newport Beach Film Festival on Thursday evening at the Lido Live theater. The film stars Crowe as an Australian farmer...
  • Warner Bros. previews chilling Johnny Depp film, others

    When "Fruitvale Station" director Ryan Coogler approached Sylvester Stallone about making another "Rocky" movie, Stallone thought he was insane. The creator of the "Rocky" saga told the CinemaCon audience on Tuesday that the Rocky journey had ended....
  • Colbie Caillat flips into L.A.'s top real estate deals

    Colbie Caillat flips into L.A.'s top real estate deals
    The homes of a music producer, a “Star Trek” actor and a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter were among the top residential real estate sales in the Greater Los Angeles area this last week. $7.662 million, Beverly Hills This Spanish-...
  • Warner Bros. pushes 'Pan' from summer to fall for 'breathing room'

    Facing a crowded summer blockbuster season, Warner Bros. has decided to move its live action Peter Pan film to the fall.  "Pan," directed by Joe Wright and starring Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara and Amanda Seyfried, is now set for Oct. 9, instead of July...
  • Ex-Disney studio chief launches new Burbank-based entertainment company

    Ex-Disney studio chief launches new Burbank-based entertainment company
    In Hollywood's latest big-money deal with China, former Walt Disney studio chairman Dick Cook on Monday launched his own entertainment company with $150 million from a Chinese investment group, the Los Angeles Times reports. The new L.A.-based entity,...
  • Box Office Top 20: 'Furious 7' nears $300 million

    Newcomers "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" and "Unfriended" were still no match for "Furious 7" in its third week in release. Universal's high-octane movie took in $29.2 million, bringing its domestic total to a stunning $294.5 million. With $1.15 billion in...
  • Lego Batman, 'Lego Movie Sequel' release dates move up, 'Ninjago' pushed

    Warner Bros. has blocked out new dates for the next three movies in its "Lego" animated franchise. The studio's yet-untitled Lego Batman movie will open Feb. 10, 2017, a few months earlier than its previously planned release in May of that year. The...
  • Ex-Disney studio chief launches new company with $150 million from China

    Ex-Disney studio chief launches new company with $150 million from China
    In Hollywood's latest big-money deal with China, former Walt Disney studio chairman Dick Cook on Monday launched his own entertainment company with $150 million from a Chinese investment group. The new L.A.-based entity, called Dick Cook Studios, will...