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  • Kyle Chandler fishing in new streams with 'Bloodline'

    Kyle Chandler fishing in new streams with 'Bloodline'
    Kyle Chandler is trying to figure out the game plan. The actor is hoping for insight on the Netflix manner of doing things. The family thriller "Bloodline," in which he stars, unloaded its 13-episode first season on the streaming service about two weeks...
  • 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' looks tasty, but summer's movie buffet is overflowing

    'Avengers: Age of Ultron' looks tasty, but summer's movie buffet is overflowing
    The movie site Fandango recently checked in with its massive audience base to see what the summer's most anticipated film might be. It probably won't be a surprise that the winner was "Avengers: Age of Ultron," coming to thousands of theaters in just a...
  • CinemaCon: Fox previews awards slate with 'Revenant,' 'Martian,' 'Joy'

    Most studios come to CinemaCon to show off their summer blockbusters -- flashy tentpole movies exhibitors know will bring hordes of filmgoers to their theaters. But 20th Century Fox took a different approach on Thursday, unveiling early footage of its...
  • First footage shown of 'The Revenant,' 'The Martian,' 'Joy'

    Leonardo DiCaprio has gone wild. A first look at footage from "The Revenant," an upcoming film by Oscar-winning director Alejando Iñárritu, shows a scraggly DiCaprio in furs and skins in the snowy, bleak 1820s Canadian wilderness. The movie due in...
  • A list of memorable movie robots

    From the silent era to the present, robots have fascinated filmmakers, who have portrayed the mechanical beings in every conceivable way as allies, antagonists, victims, predators, quipsters, megalomaniacs and agents of evil. Inspired by the release of...
  • Crowe didn't make it easy on himself in directing debut

    Most first-time directors even veteran actors who decide to take a turn behind the camera opt for something simple, spare, contemporary. No elaborate sets, no period costumes, no exotic locales. Stick to the basics. Russell Crowe, on the other hand,...
  • Box office: 'Furious 7' stays No. 1, sets studio record; 'Paul Blart' also strong

    Box office: 'Furious 7' stays No. 1, sets studio record; 'Paul Blart' also strong
    "Furious 7" finished atop the box office for the third consecutive weekend with an estimated $29.1 million in ticket sales in the U.S. and Canada, but it was the international market that pushed the Universal Pictures film to be the highest grossing...
  • 'Ex Machina' star Oscar Isaac channels Kubrick in film

    Oscar Isaac has launched a first-rate film career by creating characters nobody wants as their imaginary best friend. Over the past 10 years, as villainous King John in Ridley Scott's retelling of the Robin Hood legend, a sneaky CIA type in the latest...
  • ‘Blade Runner': Ryan Gosling in talks to join Harrison Ford in the sequel

     
    Ryan Gosling may become a replicant alongside Harrison Ford's Rick Deckard in the upcoming sequel to “Blade Runner.” That is, […]...
  • 'Child 44' a passable thriller set in 1953 USSR

    'Child 44' a passable thriller set in 1953 USSR
    "Child 44" is involving despite itself. At times awkward and self-conscious, this despairing police tale starring Tom Hardy and set in the USSR during the last days of dictator Josef Stalin manages to muster enough punch to hold our interest. As readers...
  • Fox host, author Bill O'Reilly adds executive producer to his titles

     Fox host, author Bill O'Reilly adds executive producer to his titles
    Is Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly going Hollywood? The highest-rated host in cable news is the executive producer of a new FNC docu-series, "Legends & Lies: The Real West," which mixes historians' commentaries with scripted reenactments depicting...