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19 min ago | Rediff.com
If you thought 12 Years a Slave was the best movie of the year, you've probably not watched these films.
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1 hr ago | Bexhill Observer
The De La Warr Pavilion's latest cinema schedule has been published - and the venue looks to have something for the whole family.
2 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
Despite the popularity of the first film, which was co-directed by Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez, and Quentin Tarantino , the project has been delayed over the years due to various production issues with The Weinstein Company.
3 hrs ago | Houston Press
The Daleks themselves said in "Asylum of the Daleks" that it was known throughout the universe that The Doctor requires companions in his travels.
The city may be different, but many of the faces remain the same at this year's Garden State Film Festival.
How's Kurt Russell feel about an Escape from New York reboot? And Willow Shields talks Catching Fire and J-Law.
As you'll recall, "Batkid" - aka leukemia survivor Miles Scott - charmed a city and warmed a nation last November when the 5-year-old spent a day running around the streets of San Francisco as the Make-a-Wish Foundation and hundreds of volunteers staged a citywide Batfantasy of adventure for the boy.
It seems like every other day we read about some far-out, new technology that makes us scratch our heads and say, "What the heck?" In this series, we'll take a look at all types of crazy new gadgets, apps and other technologies -- and the entrepreneurs dreaming them up.
It's been 25 years since Mel Gibson and Danny Glover's action-buddy film Lethal Weapon became a surprise box office smash, launching a highly profitable four-film franchise in the process.
It was a new piece of "hoverboard technology" headed up by scientists at a supposed start-up company called HUVr that seemingly everyone wanted to believe was real.
THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE After beating a rigged system - and fueling a fledgling rebellion in the process - the winners of a kill-or-be-killed contest are brought back to battle past victors in an even more deadly Hunger Games.
Now that "Breaking Bad" is over and "Mad Men" is ending after its upcoming seventh season, AMC is looking for its next big drama.
Model, actress, and author Carole Mallory gifted the world with a string of high fashion and pop culture memories, and she's not timid about sharing them.
Pictures shows Arnold Schwarzenegger in his role as the Terminator in his most recent sequel "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines."
"Someone show me the way to get out of here," moan the inhabitants of skid row in "Little Shop of Horrors," the spring musical at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Presented as "an original re-score" of John Carpenter's 1981 cult classic film Escape from New York , Alex Taam opens floodgates of nostalgia with the cleverly named I Heard You Were Dead LP.
There are a lot of people being tricked into thinking hoverboards are real. There's a weird new video where Christopher Lloyd and Tony Hawk show off REAL hoverboards...or what they're making you believe are real hoverboards.