The star of Neil Burger's action movie introduces her character Tris, talks about working again with Miles Teller and what would happen if Tris battled it out against Katniss from "The Hunger Games."
First look at Lawrence Michael Lavine's comedy starring Sophie Takal, Alia Shawkat, Annie Parise and Jason Ritter. The film about a Brooklyn couple curious about their neighbor'ssudden death is set to play at the SXSW Film Festival.
A man encounters goblin spirits after seeking shelter in a shrine in Shuhei Morita's animated short.
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The deal will kick off with the films "For Greater Glory" and "Nitro Circus 3D." READ MORE
Brian Grazer and Don Mischer, producers of the 84th Academy Awards telecast, announced today that Bradley Cooper will be a presenter at the ceremony. READ MORE
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"NCIS: The Eighth Season" debuts at No. 2. READ MORE
The former Senior vp of the Eastern division will serve as the General Sales Manager of Theatrical Distribution. READ MORE
The animated feature faced stiff competition from the fifth season set of "Dexter" and "Priest." READ MORE
"Rango" bumps down to second on the DVD sales chart ending July 31. READ MORE
The highest-ranking new release was "Limitless" at No. 2 and "Take Me Home Tonight" takes eighth slot. READ MORE
Project is based on Jeff Guinn's 2009 book about how the media celebrated, then turned on, the outlaws. READ MORE
Neil Burger will preside over the video game adaptation to be made by Columbia Pictures. READ MORE
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The actor sheds new light on his No. 1 box office hit.
Holdovers "Rango" and "Battle: Los Angeles" beat newcomers "Paul" and "Lincoln Lawyer," which end the weekend in a dead heat. READ MORE
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New details about the top box office hit. READ MORE
He admits he's "nervous" about carrying the film -- and lobbied hard to work with Robert De Niro, "the reason I became an actor'."
The Relativity Media/Rogue Pictures film tapped marketing firm Thinkmodo for a campaign that was viewed more than 1.4 million times on YouTube before the movie’s Friday opening. READ MORE
Bradley Cooper, Matthew McConaughey and Simon Pegg star, respectively, in the three movies, which will take on popular holdovers "Battle: Los Angeles" and "Rango." READ MORE
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