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Philip Seymour Hoffman's final exit intrigues

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Roadside Attractions

There are so many layers to “A Most Wanted Man,” but primary among them is that the movie would be Philip Seymour Hoffman's final screen performance.

‘Lucy’ more about style than substance


Universal Pictures

Find out what our reviewer thought of "Lucy" before you head to the theater.

'Tammy' a Fourth of July dud


Find out why our reviewer thinks Melissa McCarthy's "Tammy" is a dud.

Kathy Bates intrigued by comedic gifts of 'Tammy' star Melissa McCarthy

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Warner Bros.

Oscar-winning actress Kathy Bates talks about working with Melissa McCarthy and more on the new comedy "Tammy."

‘Jersey Boys’ walks, talks like the man

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Warner Bros.

Clint Eastwood's direction of "Jersey Boys" sing. Find out more about what our reviewer thought of the film here.

'Jersey Boys' stage stars find harmony in Eastwood's film adaptation

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Warner Bros.

"Jersey Boys" stars John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen and Michael Lomenda talk about working with director Clint Eastwood on the music biopic about Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.

'How to Train Your Dragon 2' provides lots of action with a little heart

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DreamWorks Animation

Before you head to the theater find out what our reviewer thought of "How to Train Your Dragon 2."

Disney pillages precious tale for 'Maleficent'


Walt Disney Pictures

Disney puts a modern, and darker, twist on "Sleeping Beauty" with Angelina Jolie as "Maleficent."

Interview: Hugh Jackman embraces 'fresh beginning' of 'X-Men' franchise

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20th Century Fox

"X-Men: Days of Future Past" star Hugh Jackman talks about how he embraced the unique plotline for the new superhero extravaganza.

Director Coraci finds perfect blend again Sandler, Barrymore

Frank Coraci, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore on the set of 'Blended'

Warner Bros.

Director Frank Coraci talks about reuniting with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore for their first film together since "The Wedding Singer" with the new family comedy "Blended."


Meet Chadwick Boseman

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Universal Pictures

Chadwick Boseman is getting early Oscar buzz for his portrayal of James Brown in “Get on Up.” Learn more about the actor here.

Scarlett Johansson through the years

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As Scarlett Johansson stars in "Lucy" take a look at images of the actress throughout her career.

Take a closer look at Emma Stone

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As she appears in "Magic in the Moonlight," take a look back at the career of Emma Stone in photos.

Woody Harrelson through the years

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Reuters/Mark Blinch

As he celebrates his birthday, take a look at images of actor Woody Harrelson throughout his career.

Selena Gomez: On and off set

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Reuters/Mark Blinch

As Selena Gomez celebrates her birthday take a look at images of the actress and singer on and off set.

Cameron Diaz through the years

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As Cameron Diaz stars in "Sex Tape," take a look at images of the actress throughout her career.

Michael Douglas through the years

Michael Douglas at 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival

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Take a look at the career of legendary actor Michael Douglas.

Films of Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson

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As he celebrates his birthday, take a look back at some of Tom Hanks' more notable films.

Father-son acting duos

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Columbia Pictures

As Jaden Smith celebrates his birthday, take a look at some other fathers and sons who both have succeeded in acting.

When good actors choose bad roles

Nicolas Cage in Ghost Rider

Sony Image

Just about everyone has a favorite actor or actress, someone we'll watch in just about any film, no matter the genre. But what happens when those good actors choose very bad roles?