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Halle Bailey singing “Part of Your World” has prompted various emotional reactions from the internet. Even before the Little Mermaid teaser trailer was released, her co-star Melissa McCarthy spilled she cried upon hearing the film’s leading lady sing a song from the live-action adaptation. McCarthy wasn’t the only one to weep over Bailey’s voice, as
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It wasn’t that long ago when Christian Bale was causing trouble as Gorr the God Butcher for Chris Hemsworth’s Thor Odinson in Thor: Love and Thunder, but it’s already almost time to reunite with him on the big screen. Bale’s next 2022 movie is the 1930s-set Amsterdam, and among his co-stars in the David O.
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Olivia Wilde’s latest cinematic venture, Don’t Worry Darling, has finally been released after much anticipation. But as the psychological thriller hits theaters, a plethora of rumors and controversies continue to swirl around it. The past few weeks have been filled with reports of a supposed cast firing and alleged disagreements on set. To the latter
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Refresh for latest…: There was extra oomph at the international box office this weekend as Disney’s rerelease of 20th Century Studios’ Avatar grossed $20.5M from 50 offshore markets for a $30.5M global launch. The remastered 4K HDR version of the biggest movie ever was catnip to fans with No. 1s in several markets and, as
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Apple Original Films will premiere holiday musical comedy Spirited in theaters November 11 and globally on Apple TV+ on November 18. The modern musical rendition of Charles Dickens’ classic holiday story A Christmas Carol directed by Sean Anders stars Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds, Octavia Spencer, Patrick Page, Sunita Mani, Loren Woods, Joe Tippett, Marlow Barkley
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Why face the alleged music when you can dance to “Music For a Sushi Restaurant” instead? As Harry Styles finished out his 15-night residency at Madison Square Garden, his Don’t Worry Darling director and reported girlfriend, Olivia Wilde, was dancing in the crowd. And let me tell you, it looked like she was having the
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The sequel to a beloved British family film, a heavy metal re-release, an Apple title from TIFF and Abigail Disney’s takedown of the American Dream populate the specialty film weekend in a market that may have found sturdier footing ahead of awards season and amid a dearth of blockbuster fare. “I think there’s a lot
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Don’t Worry Darling, Olivia Wilde’s second directorial effort following 2019’s Booksmart, is now playing in theaters, arriving over two weeks after it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. However, much of the recent press surrounding this 2022 movie hasn’t been about its actual content, but rather the behind-the-scenes drama during production and the promotional
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Roadside Attractions has taken domestic rights for To The End, the follow-up film from Rachel Lears (Knock Down The House), and set a Dec. 9 theatrical-only release date. The deal was announced by Co-Presidents Howard Cohen and Eric d’Arbeloff. The film, which premiered at Sundance, covers three years of both hope and crisis leading to
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After 25 years as husband and wife, we recently learned that Rocky actor Sylvester Stallone and former model and entrepreneur Jennifer Flavin are going their separate ways. Flavin filed for divorce last month, calling their relationship “”irretrievably broken.” But how will the Hollywood couple go about their divorce proceedings? The exes reportedly have some big
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Disney yesterday began overseas rollout on the remastered rerelease of James Cameron’s Avatar in five early markets with the Na’vi seeing a collective $877K gross. The 4K high dynamic range version was No. 1 in France at $513K, coming in 8% ahead of the comparable 3D rerelease of Titanic in 2012. In Korea, the 20th
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Ocean’s Eleven is an iconic movie, and George Clooney and Brad Pitt’s bromance is one of the reasons it works so well. This heist film set the precedent for the two to constantly poke fun at each other, even two decades after the film’s release. However, in a recent interview, Pitt actually complimented Clooney, though
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Julia Roberts and George Clooney have managed to keep their friendship intact since first teaming up in Ocean’s Eleven. Of course, the two Hollywood stars have developed enough of a rapport with each other to trade witty banter on occasion. That’s why pairing up for the romantic comedy Ticket to Paradise made sense. With the
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