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Sony Hack: Mysterious Emails Promise More Internal Data Leaks

Journalists received a second email from someone claiming to be part of Guardians of Peace

Watch Trailers for 13 of December’s Most Anticipated Films

Reese Witherspoon's 'Wild,' the final 'Hobbit' installment, Chris Rock's Toronto Film Festival sensation 'Top Five,' 'Into the Woods' and Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken' are all set to hit theaters in the final month of 2014

Several Sony Films Leak Online After Hack Attack

'Fury' and 'Annie' are among the pirated titles surging in online downloads

Hollywood’s Holiday Box-Office Problem: Too Many Family Movies

A crush of kiddie fare includes two musicals; among adult offerings, 'Big Eyes' and 'The Gambler' may now open nationwide on Christmas Day

Watch Cameron Diaz Mock ‘Annie’ on ‘SNL’

This Annie is a bit older than Daddy Warbucks was expecting

‘Annie’ Director Will Gluck Worried He’d “Ruin a Lot of Kids’ Childhoods”

"It's a much different movie, but it's all rooted in the same story," he said at Billboard/THR Film & TV Music Conference

Final ‘Annie’ Trailer Has Billionaire Jamie Foxx Competing With Absent Parents

"There's half a locket around her neck so when we come for her, you know she's our girl"

Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx on ‘Annie’ Singing Lessons, ‘Any Given Sunday’ Reunion

"I was naked when the camera was off, because I didn't want everyone to go crazy"

First Look: ‘Annie’ for Target Collection

The film's remake releases Dec. 19, but the limited-edition line drops Nov. 16 — here's your first look

‘Annie’-Inspired Target Collection Coming This Fall

The 25-piece collection will arrive just in time for the holidays

Jamie Foxx, Quvenzhane Wallis Talk Hair, Scams and Batman in New ‘Annie’ Trailer (Video)

The latest trailer features fewer song-and-dance moments and more punchlines, as Foxx compares himself to the superhero and disses an all-too-friendly Cameron Diaz.

Cate Blanchett, Kerry Washington Among 2014 Crystal + Lucy Awards Honorees

Rose Byrne, Eva Longoria and "Frozen" director Jennifer Lee will also be recognized at the Women in Film, Los Angeles event.