Sony's "White House Down" -- teaming Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx -- could mark one of the lowest openings for a Roland Emmerich tentpole; "Monsters University" may stay at No. 1 in its second outing.
Hollywood's golden boy tells THR that Soderbergh "has said he would shoot" the sequel, which makes the star nervous: "It would be like having sex with your girlfriend while her porn-star ex-boyfriend is in the room watching you."Read more
The actor and activist, who plays the commander in chief in "White House Down," told THR he thinks Obama is like LeBron James: "Either he's at the top of the mountain or they put him at the bottom of the ocean."Read more
Hollywood's fastest-rising male star joins forces with the Oscar winner in the studio's latest try for a (non-superhero) hit; says Amy Pascal, "Whatever else works, in the end, people want to see movies about people."Read more
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