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  • Reel Critics: 'Spy' brings on genuine laughs

    Melissa McCarthy made her big comedy splash in the hilarious "Bridesmaids" directed by Paul Feig. Her subsequent films like "Tammy" often failed to meet the potential shown in that first hit. But now in "Spy" she is reunited with Feig, who wrote the R-rated screenplay with McCarthy's best talents clearly in mind.
  • Movie version of 'Entourage' is Hollywood for Dummies

    Movie version of 'Entourage' is Hollywood for Dummies
    Who among us has seen photos of a star — a Leonardo DiCaprio, let's say — riding a jet pack in some exotic locale and not wondered about the moments just before or after? Are they as sexy and effortless? Are those people dotting the background...

    Box office: 'Spy' tops weekend with $30-million opening

    Female moviegoers flexed their box-office might again this weekend, helping Melissa McCarthy's comedy "Spy" take the No. 1 spot with an estimated $30 million in the U.S. and Canada. The espionage film, released by 20th Century Fox, follows Susan...

    'Spy' expected to top 'Entourage,' 'Insidious: Chapter 3' at box office

    'Spy' expected to top 'Entourage,' 'Insidious: Chapter 3' at box office
    The "Entourage" boys may be back in town, but this weekend is more geared toward the ladies, with Melissa McCarthy's comedy "Spy" expected to win at the box office. The espionage film will likely debut with about $30 million, according to people...

    'Entourage': What else have Grenier and the gang been working on?

    Considering how many episodes of "Entourage" were devoted to whether hotshot actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) was going to "do the movie" — be it "Queens Boulevard," "Aquaman" or "Medellin" — it's fitting the HBO series found its own way...