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  • Box Office: 'The Other Woman' to Ensnare 'Captain America,' 'Heaven Is for Real'

    The lull before the summer box office storm begins next weekend sees a trio of modest newcomers bow nationwide Friday. Tracking in the mid-to-high teens, Fox's femme-driven PG-13-rated comedy "The Other Woman" leads the pack of new entries, expected to...
  • Tavis Smiley Receives Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

    Tavis Smiley has what could be deemed the perfect talkshow host name -- upbeat and amiable -- but growing up, he was often the butt of belittling schoolyard jokes. "When I was a kid, I hated my name," says the Midwesterner whose childhood pipedream was...
  • Radio Disney Music Awards Discover Homegrown Acts

    The Radio Disney Music Awards are back for round two. In addition to the live show on April 26, this year's RDMAs will be televised, with an hourlong TV special airing April 27. Winners are determined by listeners' votes. The show also will include...
  • Hollywood CEOs Tighten PR Rules for Even Less Transparency

    A new generation of leaders high on discipline and low on transparency has quietly assumed the power positions in Corporate Hollywood. And the transition has taken place so seamlessly that we've barely noticed. Figures like Jeff Shell at NBCU, Kevin...
  • What Makes 'Locke' the Perfect Vehicle for 'Dark Knight Rises' Star Tom Hardy?

    With "The Dark Knight Rises," audiences never got a good look at Tom Hardy's face. In "Locke," that's practically all they see. A tight, tense one-man show that unfolds virtually in real time from the claustrophobic confines of a speeding BMW, "Locke"...
  • Lawyers for Colorado theater shooter to appeal second sanity exam

    DENVER (Reuters) - Lawyers defending the man charged with murdering 12 Colorado moviegoers in 2012 will appeal a judge's ruling that he undergo a second sanity examination, court documents made public on Wednesday show. Public defenders for James Holmes,...
  • Report: Aurora Colorado police chief headed for Miami Beach

    Report: Aurora Colorado police chief headed for Miami Beach
    The police official who led the response after a gunman opened fire in a crowded Colorado movie theater in 2012 has been selected as the new chief of police in Miami Beach, The Denver Post is reporting. The selection of Dan Oates will still need to be...
  • Adventures in Barrywood: Superheroes flex box-office muscle

    If you were rooting for the movie "Frankie & Alice" to beat "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" at the box office a couple of weeks ago, you fell almost $95 million short of your goal. It wasn't much of a contest. "Frankie & Alice" took in $350,647...
  • 'Transcendence': All sizzle, no steak

    That man would have the hubris to reach the level of a god is a notion that has long animated both myth and literature. To see such ambition brought low is a story that never gets old, and that premise is the best part of "Transcendence," a belabored...
  • 'Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Early Reviews: Plot Is Tangled, Chemistry Pulls at Heartstrings

    Although "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" won't swing into U.S. theaters until May 2, Marc Webb's sequel to his 2012 franchise reboot has already made an impact across the pond. The superhero pic premiered in London on Tuesday. Early reviews for Sony's comic...
  • 'Amazing Spider-Man 2': Sparks fly amid tangled plot, early reviews say

    "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" doesn't swing into U.S. theaters until May 2, but early reviews have begun trickling out as the superhero sequel readies its international rollout. So far, most film critics agree that director Marc Webb's second installment...
  • Johnny Depp con la tecnología en "Trascendence"

    El actor estadounidense Johnny Depp, que admite ser un "tipo de la vieja escuela", se convierte en un semidiós tecnológico en "Transcendence", la ópera prima de Wally Pfister, el director de fotografía habitual de Christopher Nolan. "Ocurren cosas malas...