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Fox brings blockbusters to CinemaCon

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Twentieth Century Fox pulled out all the stops at CinemaCon Thursday to demonstrate it remains a powerful force despite its impending takeover by Disney, in an explosive look at its upcoming slate of movies. The studio -- which will be acquired almost entirely by its larger rival if the deal… Read

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'Infinity War' caps a decade of success for Marvel Studios

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Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige talks about his job like a fan who's just lucky to be there. To hear his genuine enthusiasm about the movies, the actors, the audience and the stories almost belies the fact that he is essentially the architect of and driving force behind Hollywood's most… Read

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'Game of Thrones' author announces new book

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American author George R.R. Martin Wednesday announced a new book to be released in November -- but fans may be disappointed to learn it's not the highly-anticipated sixth installment of the hit "Game of Thrones" saga. "Fire and Blood" is set several centuries before "Game of Thrones" in the same… Read

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'A Quiet Place,' 'Star Trek' sequels announced

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Paramount Pictures on Wednesday said hit horror movie "A Quiet Place" was getting a sequel and ended mounting speculation over its lucrative "Star Trek" franchise by confirming two new movies. Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos opened the studio's segment at the annual CinemaCon film industry convention in Las Vegas with… Read

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Mel Brooks still loves movies, just not streaming them

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Mel Brooks is just two months shy of his 92nd birthday and he still carves out time for movie nights with his pal Carl Reiner. The two just recently got together to watch a restoration of the 1938 Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland classic "The Adventures of Robin Hood."… Read

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Oliver Stone, visiting Iran, calls U.S. a global 'outlaw'

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Oliver Stone, making his first-ever visit to Iran, says the United States is a global "outlaw" that has made a mess of the Middle East. The director of "JFK" and "Platoon" spoke at a press conference Wednesday during his visit to the country, where he attended an international film festival.… Read

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TV's 'Homeland' feels challenge of competing with real world

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Members of the cast of TV's "Homeland" call it "spy camp." It's when they travel to Washington to pick the brains of top U.S. intelligence officials. And it's where Hollywood meets real-world intelligence and both sides realize that not everything is as it seems. The two worlds blur and it's… Read

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Disney delights 'Star Wars' devotees at CinemaCon

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Disney treated attendees at Las Vegas movies convention CinemaCon to footage from its hotly-anticipated "Solo: A Star Wars Story" on Tuesday as it whetted appetites for its upcoming slate of blockbusters. While the world's largest movie studio traditionally keeps back its juiciest surprises for its own biennial D23 Expo, it… Read

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Oscars returning to February

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Next year's Oscars season has been set, with several events leading up to the broadcast of the 91st Academy Awards on Feb 24, 2019. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced key dates during the season, including the handing out of its honorary Oscars, the Governors Awards, on… Read

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Hollywood roars back into action for summer

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Summer starts early this year in Hollywood with the potentially record-breaking release of "Avengers: Infinity War" Thursday, and the marquee Marvel superheroes couldn't be coming at a better time. The box office for the year is down nearly three percent, and the industry is looking to redeem itself after last… Read

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