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Sexy Beast prequel in the works

Paramount TV is developing a new series based on 2001 cult British crime movie 'Sexy Beast', which starred Ray Winstone, Sir Ben Kingsley and Ian McShane. Read more

Judd Hirsch joins Adam Sandler's Uncut Gems

'Independence Day' actor Judd Hirsch has joined the cast of Adam Sandler's upcoming movie 'Uncut Gems'. Read more

Review: Spike Lee offers chilling look at Klan in 'BlacKkKlansman'

Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman” may be the most woke film of the year. Read more

Review: 'Sons of Anarchy' spinoff appears headed for a smooth ride

“Mayans M.C.” is like a new leather jacket. It doesn’t bear the scars of time or the creases of experience. But it’s likely they’ll show. Read more

Ewan McGregor would love to make a Christopher Robin sequel

'Christopher Robin' star Ewan McGregor has revealed he would love to reprise the title role in a sequel continuing to explore the world of Winnie the Pooh. Read more

John Carpenter returns to Halloween franchise

Legendary horror filmmaker John Carpenter has returned to the 'Halloween' franchise as the composer for the upcoming new sequel - 40 years after he made the first film. Read more

Emma Thompson wants more authoritative female roles in films

Emma Thompson is shocked by the lack of strong female roles available for older actresses these days. Read more

Tara Reid: I thought Sharknado was the stupidest movie

Tara Reid has confessed she thought the concept for 'Sharknado' was lame and she almost didn't take on the role. Read more

Beyond 'The Walking Dead,' Lauren Cohan is ready for change

NEW YORK (AP) — Even battling zombies day in and day out can get repetitive. Read more

Review: Wahlberg and Berg's 'Mile 22' is a dizzying assault

Mark Wahlberg's "Mile 22 " character James Silva has a tick where he snaps a yellow rubber bracelet against his wrist. He does this many, many times throughout this all-out assault of a movie, which seems to have been shot and edited with the singular purpose of leaving the audience confused and disoriented at every turn. This restless camera can't even hold still during a simple scene of dialogue, changing focus every two seconds — eyes, off-center face, hands, blood pressure monitor, and on and on. Read more

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