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‘Stranger Things’: Sean Astin, Paul Reiser Among Trio Cast in Season 2

Danish star Linnea Berthelsen also will join the Netflix sensation.

Sean Astin: Celebrities Should Brave Critics and Voice Their Political Opinions

The actor, a surrogate for the Clinton campaign, says disparaging comments by Susan Sarandon really irked him.

Patty Duke’s Son Sean Astin Pays Tribute to Late Mother

"We celebrate the infinite love and compassion she shared through her work and throughout her life," he wrote.

‘Ninja Turtles’: Original Voice Actor of Raphael Talks About Switching to Donatello

"25 years later, to get another crack at it ... is a cool thing in its own way," says Rob Paulsen of being in the voice cast for a new 'Ninja Turtles' series.

Sean Astin, Illeana Douglas Join Indie ‘Unleashed’ (Exclusive)

Hana Mae Lee and Josh Brener have also signed on to the film, which centers on a woman whose pets turn into full-grown men.

‘Goonies’ Kids: Where Are They Now?

In celebration of 'The Goonies' 30th anniversary (the film hit theaters June 7, 1985), THR takes a look at the careers of the now grown-up cast.

Christian Parody ‘Believe Me’ Gets Distribution and Limited Release

The independent film features Alex Russell, Nick Offerman and rapper LeCrae.

Boys of Abu Ghraib: Film Review

Luke Moran's first feature represents his debut as screenwriter, director, producer and star, appearing alongside Sean Astin.

Image Entertainment Picks Up ‘Cabin Fever: Patient Zero’

Sean Astin leads the cast for the third installment of the horror series.

Inside ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ Premiere: Middle Earth Comes to Hollywood

Peter Jackson, Sean Astin and Ed Sheeran were among those at the event; star Evangeline Lilly tells THR that she hopes her character, Tauriel, will be a role model for young women: "There is nothing about her that is weak."

AFM: Vertical Entertainment Takes ‘Boys Of Abu Ghraib’

The military thriller, executive produced by Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, hits North American theaters March 14.