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  • Sony Pictures' awards season takes pressure off Amy Pascal

    Sony Pictures' awards season takes pressure off Amy Pascal
    For much of last year, Amy Pascal was under fire. The co-chair of Sony Pictures Entertainment presided over two of last year's big-budget bombs, "After Earth" and "White House Down." Her studio reported losses of $181 million for the summer months....
  • 'Divergent': Trailer for Shailene Woodley movie hits the Web

    "The future belongs to those who know where they belong," says Kate Winslet early in the new trailer for "Divergent", setting up its tale of conformity and its discontents. Directed by Neil Burger and based on a bestselling novel by Veronica Roth,...
  • Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart on Broadway: What did the critics think?

    Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart on Broadway: What did the critics think?
    Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart -- better known as Magneto and Prof. Charles Xavier, respectively, to "X-Men" fans -- are currently taking a breather from the superhero franchise and starring together in Broadway repertory productions of Harold Pinter'...
  • Sony taps Michael De Luca to head production at Columbia Pictures

    Sony Pictures Entertainment has named Michael De Luca to be head of production for its Columbia Pictures unit. De Luca, whose namesake production company has had a production and development deal with Columbia since 2004, will share the role with Hannah...
  • Review: 'Transcendence' rises above the sci-fi genre

    Though its plot and premise are pure science fiction, "Transcendence" goes pleasingly against the genre grain. A story of the possible perils and pleasures of artificial intelligence that stars Johnny Depp, "Transcendence's" ideas are at least as...
  • Emma Stone in Vogue: Beau Andrew Garfield is 'incredibly important'

    Emma Stone is Vogue's May 2014 cover girl, and we're pretty relieved that the hype around April's notorious cover stars has died down. For the second time, the 25-year-old graces the cover of the fashion codex, and this time it's just ahead of her...
  • Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci Splitting Up on Bigscreen (EXCLUSIVE)

    Longtime writing and producing partners Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are parting ways in their filmmaking endeavors after nearly a decade together. The pair have worked on some of Hollywood's biggest franchise films including "The Amazing Spider-Man 2,"...
  • Why 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' is an anomaly for Marvel

    Why 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' is an anomaly for Marvel
    "Captain America: Winter Soldier, " the latest exercise in character kitchen-sinkdom that is the Marvel Studios universe, did a few things in theaters this week‎end. It was, most prominently, a major box office hit, destroying the April record by more...
  • Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar keep it light on 'Spider-Man' collaboration

    Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar keep it light on 'Spider-Man' collaboration
    There's no hiding the intent behind "It's on Again," the new Alicia Keys single boasting guest spots from Kendrick Lamar and Pharrell Williams. In the song's opening moments, Lamar is heard shouting that this song "is for the warrior"; soon after,...
  • After 'Spider-Man,' Foxwoods Theatre to be renamed the Lyric

    After 'Spider-Man,' Foxwoods Theatre to be renamed the Lyric
    Theater is a superstitious profession, especially when it comes to failure. On Broadway, the Foxwoods Theatre, which served as home for the troubled musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," will officially be renamed the Lyric for its next tenant -- a...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Comics genius Stan Lee

    Patt Morrison Asks: Comics genius Stan Lee
    My comic book tastes ran to Classics Illustrated. Seriously, what's scarier than the graphic images of "Crime and Punishment" and Raskolnikov -- the existential "superman," not the caped one -- whacking the pawnbroker with an ax? Can I, then, hold my...