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‘The Amazing Spider-Man’: What the Critics are Saying

The remake received mixed reviews from critics, saying that Spidey might be swinging in circles.

Josh Lucas, Wife Jessica Ciencin Henriquez Welcome First Child

Noah Rev Maurer was born on June 29 in a New York City hospital.

‘Ted’: What the Critics are Saying

THR's Todd McCarthy says Seth MacFarlane serves up laughs from beginning to end in his movie debut.

Snoop Dogg Fined for Marijuana Possession in Norway

The rapper was briefly detained for carrying eight grams of the substance and traveling with more cash than is legally allowed.

THR’s Beach Read of the Week: ‘Mission To Paris’ by Alan Furst

A Hollywood actor gets drawn into the cloak-and-dagger spy games of Europe on the eve of World War II in the new thriller from the acclaimed spy writer.

Rashida Jones, Andy Samberg Chat Up ‘Celeste and Jesse Forever’ at Premiere Party

Jones' parents Peggy Lipton and Quincy Jones, as well as members of the cast were also in attendance.

‘The Newsroom’: What the Critics Are Saying

Aaron Sorkin, creator of "The West Wing" and "Sports Night," makes a play for another TV success with the HBO's new political drama.

‘Anna Karenina’: Keira Knightley Struggles With Love in New Trailer (Video)

Jude Law and Aaron Johnson also star in the adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's dramatic tale of aristocratic love, which hits theaters Nov. 9.

Fiona Apple’s ‘The Idler Wheel’: What the Critics are Saying

Billboard says the 10-track album is "worth the seven-year wait."

‘Sparkle’ Soundtrack Featuring Whitney Houston’s Final Recording Set for July Release (Audio)

The 13-track album also includes songs from the film's stars Jordin Sparks and Cee Lo Green.

Beastie Boys Producer Says There’s More Unreleased Material

Mario C says fans can look forward to never-before-released tracks from the group, whose founder Adam Yauch died on May 4.

‘Sinister’ Trailer: Ethan Hawke Brings the Thrills for Halloween (Video)

Scott Derrickson's film stars Hawke as a crime novelist who moves into a home where a family was murdered nine months earlier.