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How J.J. Abrams Granted My Dying Husband’s Sci-Fi Wish (Guest Column)

With only weeks to live, Daniel Craft and his wife Paige Barr appealed to the Internet in the hopes of seeing 10 minutes of 'Star Trek: Into Darkness.' Instead, they got a call from the future 'Star…

New Movies, TV on Hulu in October: ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1,’ ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ ‘The Affair’ and More

'Anchorman 2,' 'Noah,' 'Star Trek: Into Darkness,' 'World War Z' and new seasons of 'SNL,' 'Jane The Virgin' and 'The Flash' are also arriving on the streaming service next month, as the fall TV…

Canada’s Cineplex Sees Second Quarter Earnings Fall on Weaker Film Slate

The Canadian exhibition giant was side-swiped by box officer under-performers like the Tom Cruise-starrer "Edge of Tomorrow" and "Fast and Furious 7" shifting to a 2015 release.

Benedict Cumberbatch on Being a Workaholic, Coping With Fame and Avoiding Social Media (Exclusive Video)

The British A-lister sits down with THR's awards analyst for the first installment of "In Conversation," a new collaboration between BAFTA-NY and THR that offers artists a chance to discuss in-depth…

Visual Effects Society Awards Preview: The Changing State Of The Art

THR talks with nominees from "Gravity," "The Hobbit," "The Lone Ranger," "Pacific Rim" and "Star Trek Into Darkness."

Mediaset Spain to Broadcast Oscar Contenders

Spain's most profitable channel acquired broadcast rights for "American Hustle," "Philomena," "Frozen" and other Oscar-nominated hits.

Art Directors Guild Nominations Announced

The ceremony will take place Feb. 8 at the Beverly Hilton.

Chris Pine Reveals His Politics Amid High-Risk ‘Jack Ryan’ Play

Star of a second franchise? Few have ever done it as the 'Star Trek' actor attempts to double down – all the while expressing doubts about fame, Hollywood friends, and President Obama's use of…

‘The Hobbit’ Tops List of 2013’s Most Pirated Movies

The first installment of Peter Jackson's trilogy and Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" were both illegally downloaded more than 8 million times this past year.

Worst of 2013: Bring on the Ineffectual Bad Guys

2013 hasn't been the best year for cinema's no-goodniks. Here are some of the worst examples of scum and villainy on show at the movies this year.

Benedict Cumberbatch Talks ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Secrecy

The actor says that he doesn't know if keeping the identity of his character secret for so long was good or bad for the movie.

J.J. Abrams Rethinks ‘Star Trek Into Darkness” Villain Reveal

Director admits "it probably would have been smarter just to say upfront, 'This is who it is' " when it comes to this summer's secret villain.