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Catching Fire set such a very high bar, this first of the final two chapters doesn't have quite the same impact and intensity.
Mel Gibson is in talks to step behind the camera for a biopic based on the life of America's first conscientious objector to receive the prestigious Medal of Honor.
Fast & Furious star Michelle Rodriguez is taking a year off to properly mourn Paul Walker and overcome other recent heartaches.
Filmmaker Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs biopic has been hit with another production drama after studio bosses at Sony Pictures dropped the project.
Lana Del Rey has stunned fans by starring in a shocking rape scene in what is a reportedly leaked Marilyn Manson video.
That's right Barden Bella fans, the trailer for Pitch Perfect 2 has hit the websphere.
Mockingjay has reportedly been banned from many cinemas in Thailand after protesters adopted the film's hand gesture.
The Bourne Ultimatum director Paul Greengrass has signed on to take charge of the latest adaptation of George Orwell's 1984.
The cast of prison drama The Shawshank Redemption reunited at a special event this week to mark 20 years since the film's release.
Oscar-winning director Mike Nichols, a creative force behind countless classic American films and plays, has died.
Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt is reportedly set to star in the big screen adaptation of Cowboy Ninja Viking.
Five Thai students have been detained after flashing a salute from The Hunger Games films during a speech by the premier, the latest crackdown on opposition to May's coup.
A new Hollywood movie about killing North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been released, despite threats of "merciless retaliation".
Disney says the film will bring to life the timeless images from its 1950 animated movie in a visually-dazzling new spectacle.
Katniss Everdeen is back in New Zealand cinemas, continuing to be a pretty amazing role model.
Netflix's entry into the New Zealand market will force Kiwi companies to up their game or risk falling behind, an internet advocate group says.
Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor has lashed out at Grammy Awards bosses, insisting music's big night has become "meaningless".
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