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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in February

Kevin Costner’s Western Dances With Wolves, James Cameron’s action hit Terminator 2: Judgment Day and the romantic drama Chocolat are among the movie and TV titles leaving Netflix in February 2022. An adaptation of Michael Blake’s 1998 novel of the same name, Costner’s directorial debut Dances With Wolves follows Union Army lieutenant John J. Dunbar (Costner) […]

Showtime: Movies Leaving in April

Take a look at the movies that will disappear from Showtime next month.

The Many and Troublesome Adaptations of Philip K. Dick

As 'Total Recall' celebrates its quarter century, it's time to remember the other movies and TV shows based on the cult author's work.

Toronto: Why Hollywood Tentpoles Love Ontario

Big-budget studio releases like "Robocop" and "Pacific Rim" are shooting on local soundstages and then staying behind to complete postproduction and visual effects work.

American TV Series Drive Ontario Production Activity in 2012

Despite a high Canadian dollar, a 25 percent all-spend film tax credit had U.S. TV series such as "Hannibal" and "Defiance" shooting on location in Toronto.

Pinewood Toronto Studios Expands to Woo More Hollywood Tentpole Shoots

With "Total Recall" and Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim" recently filling its stages, the studio plans for more blockbuster shoots.

UPDATED Aug. 23 — Foreign Box Office: ‘Expendables 2’ Narrowly Emerges No. 1 In Its Overseas Opener. ‘Dark Knight Rises’ Falls to 2d Place.

UPDATED: Aug. 23 --Weak overseas session still pushes Batman sequel's total foreign gross $18.9 million past "Dark Knight"'s $469.7 million; No. 2 "Total Recall" tops in France and Brazil .

‘Total Recall’: Did Sony Appease China With Scene Changes?

The Australia setting of the film's worker colony has a distinctly Asian feel.

‘Total Recall’s’ Original 3-Breasted Actress: ‘I Was Embarrassed’ About Role

Lycia Naff also says that Arnold Schwarzenegger "creeped me out a bit" while shooting the 1990 movie.

Box Office Report: ‘Dark Knight Rises’ Clobbers ‘Total Recall’

The superhero pic earns $36.4 million in its third weekend, while Sony's "Total Recall" remake trails with $26 million opening; Fox's "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days" No. 3 is with $14.7 million.

‘Total Recall’: What the Critics Are Saying

THR’s Justin Lowe found the film "lacking substance and a degree of imagination."

‘Total Recall’ Star Colin Farrell Reveals Why He Slept On Set One Night (Video)

The actor also tells THR about one of the more "uncomfortable experiences" he's had in his 15 years of working on films.