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These two veteran actors occupy their characters with such a gentle familiarity, their love story so genuine it was impossible for me not to fall in love with them both.
Sony Pictures boss Michael Lynton says he still hopes to release the controversial film The Interview on a different platform.
Barack Obama has warned that Washington "will respond" to North Korea's alleged cyber attack on Sony Pictures over The Interview.
A family film with a huge heart and an abundance of creative whizz-bangery to delight in.
Sony has not only cancelled the release of The Interview in the US, but reportedly also canned its studio tours for the time being.
Chris Pratt initially thought his blockbuster film Guardians of the Galaxy would "bomb" because of its unconventional characters.
Plans to screen comedy Team America: World Police at select US cinemas after The Interview wwas dumped have been scrapped.
It's been a bumper year for Kiwi and Hollywood films, with releases like Housebound, The Dead Lands and Interstellar thrilling audiences.
The Black Swan actress portrayed Padme Amidala, the love interest of Anakin Skywalker, in the prequel films from 1999 to 2005, but she struggled to find acting jobs afterwards.
Chris Rock is terrified cyber-crooks will hack into his emails and show them to the world because he makes offensive jokes "for a living".
Judd Apatow and Rob Lowe have expressed their outrage at Sony bosses after they decided to scrap plans to release The Interview.
Aaron Paul, Stephen Merchant and JK Simmons feature in Jason Reitman's live reading of the Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back.
Sir Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies has had the biggest opening week of 2014 at the New Zealand box office.
Studio bosses behind an upcoming Steve Carell movie set in North Korea have decided to cancel the project in the wake of the fallout from Sony Pictures' controversial new movie, The Interview.
A United States official says federal investigators have connected the Sony Pictures hack to the North Korean government, the Associated Press is reporting.
Sony has "no further plans" to release comedy The Interview in any form, following terrorist threats from a group linked with the North Korean government.
US officials have spoken out to calm fears of terrorist attacks at cinemas showing The Interview, insisting there is "no credible intelligence" to suggest a plot is underway.
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