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    Mia Farrow expanded on the tumultuous year her children have had, revealing that she originally didn’t want her daughter Dylan to go public with her story of alleged abuse at the hands of Farrow’s ex-partner Woody Allen. “I just wanted it all to go away,” Farrow said at the Time 100 gala Tuesday night. “I [...]

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    Melissa McCarthy snorting ecstasy with a bunch of sex-crazed muppet castoffs was the foul-mouthed highlight of STX’s CinemaCon presentation on Tuesday night. “The Happytime Murders,” the film in question, seems certain to shatter quite a number of childhood memories and taboos, and presents the newbie studio with perhaps its best chance at major box office [...]

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    'It: Chapter 2' Director Andy Muschietti Says 'Bring Your Adult Diapers'

    “It: Chapter 2” will be even more scary than last year’s horror blockbuster, director Andy Muschietti promised Tuesday. “Bring your adult diapers,” he told the audience at Caesar’s Palace in a video clip on the second day of the CinemaCon convention of the nation’s theater owners during the Warner Bros. presentation. Though the studio showed [...]

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    Poll: Which Summer Tentpole Are You Most Excited to See?

    The summer movie season officially kicks off this Friday with “Avengers: Infinity War” — and it’s set to launch the season with a bang. It’s heading toward a monster $225 million-plus weekend, marking one of the biggest debuts of all time. And it’s only the beginning of a number of surefire blockbusters (comic-book-themed and otherwise) [...]

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    Can 'Mowgli' Sell MovieGoers on a Darker 'Jungle Book'?

    Warner Bros. needs to convince moviegoers that they prefer their Kipling a bit darker. The studio is faced with the unenviable task of following up Disney’s 2016 box office smash “The Jungle Book” with “Mowgli,” their own take on the “man cub” who was raised by wolves. Based on footage that Warner Bros. screened for [...]

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    Eddie Redmayne Faces the Dark Arts in 'Fantastic Beasts' Sequel Footage

    Warner Bros. released new footage Tuesday for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” with a teenage Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) receiving Defense Against the Dark Arts instruction at Hogwarts. The footage generated a big laugh among attendees at the CinemaCon convention of theater owners in Las Vegas, with Jude Law portraying a young Albus Dumbledore [...]

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