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Daniel Rutledge talks to Paul Henry about Dwayne Johnson in San Andreas and Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2.
This inspirational story would have benefitted from a much better telling, the film not remotely a sum of all its parts.
Tilda Swinton is reportedly in talks to take on a comic book role written for a man in the big screen adaptation of Doctor Strange.
Star Trek star Chris Pine may be playing Wonder Woman Gal Gadot's love interest.
Officials in the coastal town of Newquay in the UK say criminal activity has plummeted since they banned the mankini.
None of it makes a huge amount of sense - I kept checking my watch and praying the film would end.
Mexican actress Salma Hayek is the front-runner to portray controversial exotic dancer Mata Hari in an upcoming biopic.
A recent police chase in the US was certainly furious, but the offender was lacking the essential element of speed.
David Oyelowo has signed on to portray Botswana President Seretse Khama in a racial drama opposite Gone Girl star Rosamund Pike.
20th Century Fox is revisiting comic book movie The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen as a potential new franchise.
Yes there are laughs when there shouldn't be, yes there are WTF moments but San Andreas delivers on its premise just fine.
Trainspotting co-stars Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle are set to be brought back together at a film festival in Scotland next month.
Rose Byrne is convinced the Sony Pictures hacking could pave the way for equality in the movie industry because the leaked emails revealed rampant sexism in Hollywood.
Sony Pictures executives are standing by director Cameron Crowe's casting decisions for new movie Aloha after he was criticised for failing to hire Asian-Pacific Islanders to appear in the film, which is set in Hawaii.
Members of the cast and crew of classic horror film The Shining came together this week to commemorate the 35th anniversary of its release.
Blythe Danner is calling for filmmakers to create more roles for older women, insisting moviegoers are keen to seen them on the big screen.
Developers of BioShock and Dead Space have launched a Kickstarter for Perception, a first-person horror game.
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