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The Karate Kid (movie, 2010)

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  • Danny Trejo: 'I am a badass!'

    Danny Trejo: 'I am a badass!'
    As the man who played a knife-hurling Mexican assassin in "Desperado," a tattooed ex-con in "Con Air" and a tattooed, bigger-knife-hurling federale assassin in "Machete," actor Danny Trejo is quite comfortable being Hollywood's resident badass.
  • 'The Karate Kid' celebrating 30 years

    'The Karate Kid' celebrating 30 years
    It has been 30 years since Daniel LaRusso became the ultimate underdog and his crane kick was cemented into pop culture history.  Ralph Macchio played Larusso in "The Karate Kid" back in 1984. The film's relevance has lived on to this day, including...

    Josh Goldstine to Head Worldwide Marketing at Universal (Exclusive)

    Universal Pictures president of marketing Josh Goldstine is poised to become head of worldwide marketing at the studio, according to several people familiar with the negotiations. Michael Moses, co-prexy of Universal marketing, will continue to report...

    Cannes: For Zhang Yimou, a return to roots amid a turn to Hollywood

    Cannes: For Zhang Yimou, a return to roots amid a turn to Hollywood
    Zhang Yimou tilts his head in reflection when asked if his new movie, "Coming Home," a period drama with an amnesiac hook, is a return to more political roots. The film, after all, tells of a couple torn apart by the Cultural Revolution, and it seems to...

    Movie review: 'Ping Pong Summer'

    Movie review: 'Ping Pong Summer'
    "Ping Pong Summer" envisions a time when a kid's biggest worry was showing off at the local arcade, when a beach-side cookout with your weird relatives could become the stuff of family legend, when friends were all that really mattered and appearing...