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The “How I Met Your Mother” alum is starring in Jim Gaffigan’s upcoming TV Land comedy while Dodson is finishing up J.C. Chandor’s "A Most Violent Year." READ MORE
Donnie Yen and Michelle Yeoh already are on board to star in the martial arts drama. READ MORE
He is already producing the creature feature with Chris Morgan and Sean Daniel. READ MORE
Rebel Wilson and Ben Kingsley join the cast of the third installment, set to hit theaters Dec. 19. READ MORE
The nation's No. 2 movie exhibitor, though, fell short of revenue predictions. READ MORE
Alex Ross Perry will helm the psychological thriller about two women who escape for a vacation at a beach house only to have their paranoia get the best of them. READ MORE
Ian Ziering and Tara Reid come back for the cameo-filled Syfy sequel, also featuring Vivica A. Fox, Andy Dick, Billy Ray Cyrus, Al Roker and Matt Lauer. READ MORE
Amy Poehler, Aubrey Plaza, Natasha Lyonne, Paul Rudd and Judy Greer hit the Cinema Society screening at SoHo's Crosby Street Hotel and an after-party at the Jimmy at the James Hotel rooftop. READ MORE
The film company, using a Winston Churchill quote, successfully convinces the judge that if the dispute is going to be tried, it should be in England. READ MORE
The studios have struck a deal to help keep Kodak in business after a coalition of filmmakers who continue to use film pressed for a solution.
Haifaa Al-Mansour, the first female director out of Saudi Arabia, is helming the romantic period drama. READ MORE
Elisabeth Moss and Natasha Lyonne also head the cast of the Bron Studios production, which marks the feature directorial debut of Reed Morano. READ MORE
The actor re-recorded his dialogue in Brazilian Portuguese, Latin American Spanish, Russian and French for international versions of the movie. READ MORE
Lee Pace and a visibly pregnant Zoe Saldana celebrated the Marvel film alongside Paul Rudd, Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, Aubrey Plaza and Ian Ziering in SoHo on Tuesday night. READ MORE
The newly-launched site for Christopher Nolan's new movie teases more than initially meets the eye. READ MORE
The Marvel Studios tentpole is also the year's top pre-seller for a non-sequel, besting "The Lego Movie," which debuted to $69.1 million in February.
Patrick Chapman is directing the project, which is shooting in Los Angeles. READ MORE
Director David Laven chats with THR about "SVDDXNLY" — pronounced "Suddenly" — which airs in five parts on Vice Media's music channel Noisey beginning Aug. 5. READ MORE
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