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‘Walking Dead’ Recap: Carl Challenges Negan in ‘Sing Me A Song’

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Sooner or later, we were going to get the episode “The Walking Dead” has been spinning its wheels all season to set up, and “Sing Me a Song,” the penultimate episode of the first half of the show’s seventh season—blame AMC’s cockamamie scheduling practices for the cumbersome terminology—is almost it. Things don’t happen as much as… Read more »

Watch the First Full Trailer for ‘The Mummy’ Reboot Starring Tom Cruise

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The first extended look at “The Mummy” reboot is here, and with it, a whole new world of gods and monsters. Universal dropped the full trailer for the first in its planned monster universe on Sunday night, featuring star Tom Cruise in “Mission: Impossible”-level Ancient Egypt action. In the new movie, after an ancient princess, played… Read more »

How a Monster-Sized Marketing Campaign was Built for China’s ‘Great Wall’ (EXCLUSIVE)

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“The Great Wall” presents a whole series of firsts. It is the first movie made in English by ZhangYimou, China’s master of the big spectacle. Costing some $150 million it is possibly the biggest-budget Chinese film of all time. It is certainly the biggest Hollywood-Chinese co-production to data and is Matt Damon’s first Asian movie…. Read more »

Korea Box Office: ‘My Annoying Brother’ Goes Top in Second Week

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CJ Entertainment’s “My Annoying Brother,” climbed to top the South Korean box office in its second week on release. The bromantic comedy earned $4.22 million between Friday and Sunday for a total of $14.4 million after two weekends. Megabox’s homegrown mystery drama “Missing” debuted in second. Opening on Wednesday, the picture earned $4.66 million from… Read more »

Marrakech Film Festival Remembers Iranian Master Abbas Kiarostami

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Marrakech, Morocco– Iranian master Abbas Kiarostami, who passed earlier this year, was celebrated at Marrakech Film Festival during a moving hommage hosted by his son, Ahmad Kiarostami, on Saturday evening. Speaking about his father’s uncompromising love of life, Kiarostami told Marrakech audiences that someone once asked his dad what he would chose between living without… Read more »

‘Fantastic Beasts’ Tops Foreign Box Office With $60.4 Million

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“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” topped the foreign box office this weekend, grossing a hefty $60.4 million. The Harry Potter spinoff is on approximately 23,000 screens in 67 markets. Its worldwide total stands at a sizable $607.9 million. Warner Bros., the studio behind the fantasy adventure, hopes “Fantastic Beasts” will kick off a… Read more »

‘American Honey’ Triumphs at British Independent Film Awards

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LONDON — Andrea Arnold’s new-age road movie “American Honey” triumphed at the British Independent Film Awards Sunday. It won four awards, including best British independent film. Arnold took the director prize for her movie, which Variety’s reviewer described as “part dreamy millennial picaresque, part distorted tapestry of Americana and part exquisitely illustrated iTunes musical.” The… Read more »

Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, Seth MacFarlane Serenade Crowd at ‘Sing’ Premiere

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Music echoed through the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live Saturday evening for the premiere of “Sing,” the latest in star-studded, song-filled animated fare from Universal and Illumination Entertainment. Cast members Jennifer Hudson, Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, and Seth MacFarlane were among the celebrities who walked the red carpet, along with Illumination CEO Chris Meledandri and producer… Read more »