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Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams Have a Steamy Affair in ‘Disobedience’ Trailer
Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams share a forbidden love in the first trailer for romance drama ‘Disobedience.’
Update: First ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Trailer to Premiere on ‘Good Morning America’
Like sports or not, you better be watching the Super Bowl this weekend to catch the first Han Solo spinoff trailer.
The Five Biggest Snubs of the 2018 Oscar Nominees
The 2018 Oscar nominees are in, and we’re a bit beside ourselves over these major snubs.
Mark Wahlberg Refused to Approve Christopher Plummer’s Getty Casting Unless He Was Paid
A new report reveals Mark Wahlberg vetoed Christopher Plummer’s recasting in ‘All the Money in the World’ unless he got paid millions.
Five Women Come Forward to Accuse James Franco of Sexually Inappropriate Behavior
Five women come forward with stories about James Franco’s sexually inappropriate behavior on set.
Michelle Williams Reportedly Got Paid Less Than 1% of Mark Wahlberg’s ‘All the Money’ Resh…
Mark Wahlberg got paid $1.5 million for his ‘All the Money in the World’ reshoots. Michelle Williams got $1,000.
Do Yourself a Favor and Watch a Shirtless Michael Shannon Cover Iggy Pop on Stage
Please stop what you are doing immediately and watch a shirtless Michael Shannon cover an Iggy Pop song.
Vin Diesel In Talks to Lead a Superhero Franchise of His Own With Sony’s ‘Bloodshot’
No more just a voice in the MCU, Vin Diesel is looking to get a superhero franchise of his own with Sony’s ‘Bloodshot.’
Jennifer Lawrence Is a Killer Russian Spy in the New ‘Red Sparrow’ Trailer
Jennifer Lawrence is about to murder a bunch of bad dudes in the new spy thriller ‘Red Sparrow.’
The Writer’s Guild of America Nominates ‘Logan’ for Best Adapted Screenplay
The Writer’s Guild of America announced their 2018 nominees, including ‘Logan,’ ‘The Disaster Artist,’ and ‘I, Tonya.’