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Lindsay Lohan 'Speed-the-Plow' Reviews! London Play Revival Performance A Trainwreck? Critics React To Actress' Opening Night

By Larry Abuliak |

Lindsay Lohan London Play Performance A Trainwreck? We Have The Opening Night Reviews!

Lindsay Lohan's London play finally opened to an onslaught of publicity. Will the West End production of 'Speed-the-Plow' be the comeback the actress needs to get her career back? After a disastrous opening night in previews where Lindsay forgot her lines, as MStars News reported, the Mean Girls star has had time get more comfortable to the stage before opening night. It looks like it paid off with the reviews being better than expected. Read More »

Redbox Instant Shutting Down: Netflix has Won Again

By Kat Ernst |

RedBox DVD Rental Kiosks Involved In Pricing Dispute With

Redbox Instant has taken a backseat to streaming giants like Netflix as the $6 monthly service launching last year couldn't compete with its counterparts. The streaming service will end Tuesday, Oct. 7 where Verizon Communications and Outerwall will now focus on their ever-popular kiosks. Read More »

Severide Battles Loss, Casey Proposes To Dawson, And Mills Finds His Family In "Chicago Fire" Season 3, Episode 2

By Kat Ernst |

JULY 24: Actor Taylor Kinney speaks onstage at the 'Chicago Fire' panel during day 4 of the NBCUniversal portion of the 2012 Summer TCA Tour

Tonight's new "Chicago Fire" returns with Severide coming back to Firehouse 51 but still struggling with the death of Shay. Read More »

Christian Bale Talks Playing Moses in 'Exodus: Gods and Kings'

By Kat Ernst |

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 16: Actor Christian Bale arrives at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton hotel on January 16, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California.

Actor Christian Bale took to 37 minutes of footage to host and show footage of his new role in the Ridley Scott biblical blockbuster film Exodus: Gods and Kings. Read More »

$36 Million Plus Box Office For 'The Equalizer'

By Kat Ernst |

OCTOBER 26: Actor Denzel Washington arrives at the premiere of Twentieth Century Fox's 'Unstoppable' at Regency Village Theater on October 26, 2010 in Westwood, California

Denzel does it again! Every movie he touches seems to turn to gold. His new film, "The Equalizer," was directed by the same director that helped him win the Academy Award in Training Day, Antoine Fuqua. It topped the box office with $12.6 million and could even hit a North American debut of $37 million. Read More »

Ben Affleck: Why He was Cast in 'Gone Girl'

By Kat Ernst |

Actors Rosamund Pike (L) and Ben Affleck attend the Opening Night Gala Presentation and World Premiere of 'Gone Girl'

In the Gillian Flynn novel-turned-movie "Gone Girl," director David Fincher explains why he chose Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike as the lead roles in the new thriller is set to hit theaters Oct. 3. Read More »

'Boxtrolls' Directors Reveal How Film's Animation Was Created

By Kat Ernst |

SEPTEMBER 21: General view of the atmosphere during the premiere of Focus Features' 'The Boxtrolls' - Pre-Party at Universal CityWalk

The new animated movie "The Boxtrolls" is the latest project from Laika, the studio that brought us "Coraline" and "ParaNorman," and its directors recently had a Q&A with the Los Angeles Times Envelope Screening Series, discussing how they went about using stop-motion animation for their new film. Read More »

Is Ben Affleck's New Film 'Gone Girl' Worth A Trip to the Movies?

By Kat Ernst |

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 26: Actor Ben Affleck, founder of the Eastern Congo Initiative testifies during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, February 26, 2014

If you have read the book Gone Girl you have been bitten by the novelist Gillian Flinch, who made the New York Times Bestseller list. The book is a mind twisting uncertainty if Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) has killed his wife, Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike) Read More »

'No Good Deed' Tops Weekend Box Office

By Kat Ernst |

Actors Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson attend the L.A. Special Screening Of Screen Gems

A September thriller is something moviegoers must have needed as "No Good Deeds" opened in theaters this weekend. An impressive $24.5 million the film pushed ahead of long-standing box-office veterans Guardians of the Galaxy. Read More »

Toronto Film Festival Unleashes Must-See Films

By Kat Ernst |

Actor Bill Murray and actress Naomi Watts attend the 'St. Vincent' premiere during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival

The Toronto Film Festival is a publicly held film festival held every September in Toronto, Ontario. The 14-day festival (September 4th-14th) showcases buzz worthy, Oscar contenders. Find out the top films critic and moviegoers are anticipating. Read More »

'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Fans React About The New Marvel Comic Movie On Twitter

Guardians of the Galaxy

The Guardians of the Galaxy blasted their way into movie theaters last night for midnight showings, and it looks like fans are already freaking out for the Marevel superhero film. They took to Twitter to express their love for Star-lord, Gamorah, Rocket, and the rest of the GOTG gang. Read More »

[REVIEW] James Brown Biopic 'Get On Up': Chadwick Boseman, Viola Davis Get Moviegoers To Sit On Down In Theaters

By Mereb Gebremariam |

[REVIEW] James Brown Biopic 'Get On Up': Chadwick Boseman, Viola Davis Get Moviegoers To Sit On Down In Theaters

Could the new James Brown biopic Get On Up be good enough to garner the film's little-known lead an Oscar? Chadwick Boseman has already shown the world he can embody sports legends with his portrayal of a young Jackie Robinson in 42, but many wondered if he could pull off the "Godfather of Soul's" signature splits, funky foot shuffling, and completely capture Brown's all-around presence. But there is no doubt Boseman was up to the challenge. Read More »

'Star Wars: Episode VIII' Director Announced: Rian Johnson

By Jon Niles |

Rian Johnson

We can all rejoice because filmmaker Rian Johnson - the man behind Brick, The Brothers Bloom, and Looper- has been named director of Star Wars: Episode VIII. Just as it did with hiring J.J. Abrams for Episode VII, Disney has decided to go with one of the most promising younger talents to helm an incredibly important project in the world of cinema. Read More »

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