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Japan Box Office: ‘Zootopia’ Crosses $60M; ‘Money Monster’ Can’t Crack Top 5

Elsewhere, 'Deadpool' hits $11 million with a second strong weekend for the anti-hero pic.

Watch Jodie Foster Dodge George Clooney, Julia Roberts Pay Questions

In a BBC interview during the Cannes Film Festival, she also discusses "gender psychology."

Box Office: ‘Money Monster’ Eyes $14M-Plus Debut in U.S.; ‘Captain America’ Still Rules

Disney dominates overall as 'Captain America: Civil War' and 'The Jungle Book' have a lock on the top two spots; globally, both films are crossing the $800 million mark.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘Money Monster,’ ‘The Lobster’ and More

Read what THR's critics are saying about Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny's 'Love & Friendship' and the Luke Evans-starrer 'High-Rise.'

Cannes: George Clooney Says Donald Trump Will Not Be President

"It's not going to happen because fear is not going to be something that drives our country," said the actor, who plays the host of a financial TV show taken hostage in the new thriller 'Money Monster,' directed by Jodie Foster.

‘Money Monster’: Cannes Review

George Clooney and Julia Roberts headline Jodie Foster's thriller about a finance pundit taken hostage while on the air.

Cannes: Why Jodie Foster Doesn’t Feel Box-Office Pressure for ‘Money Monster’ (Q&A)

The actor-director tells THR of working with "regular guy" George Clooney and why she won't be stepping in front of the camera any time soon.

Julia Roberts’ Box-Office Power in Question

The actress has endured a string of disappointments in the U.S. since her last hit 'Eat Pray Love' in 2010; Cannes Film Festival entry 'Money Monster,' co-starring George Clooney, is the next big test.

Jodie Foster Returns to Cannes With ‘Money Monster’: “I’ve Never Made a Movie Like This”

Her 13-year-old self, who came to the festival to support 'Taxi Driver,' would be "really shocked" that she’s still in the film business, says the helmer as her biggest, buzziest effort yet debuts at the Palais.

Critic’s Notebook: Cannes Lineup Has No Clear Competition Frontrunner

There'll be red-carpet candy aplenty with 'Money Monster,' 'Nice Guys' and 'The BFG,' but look to Jeff Nichols' 'Loving' or Jim Jarmusch's 'Paterson' for Palme d'Or promise.

‘Money Monster,’ ‘The BFG,’ ‘The Nice Guys’ Among Cannes 2016 Lineup

Jeff Nichols' 'Loving' and Nicholas Winding Refn's 'The Neon Demon' will screen in competition.