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Dolph Lundgren talks ‘Creed 2,’ Ivan Drago’s growth and deleted redemption...

Dolph Lundgren discusses why he returned to play Ivan Drago in Creed 2 and fighting for important scenes and the redemption scene he lost.

‘A Star Is Born’ anew for Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga

A Star Is Born took a long time to get back on the big screen, but Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga make it worth the wait as they bring the film to life with critics and fans.

Tamara Jenkins talks ‘Private Life’ and that 11 year absence

Filmmaker Tamara Jenkins returns from an eleven year absence with Private Life and talks about why so long.

‘Venom,’ ‘A Star Is Born’ continue topping box office keeping ‘First...

Tom Hardy's Venom and Lady Gaga's A Star Is Born kept Ryan Gosling's First Man in third place as they continued holding on to the top of the box office charts.

Tom Hardy Reteams with Leonardo DiCaprio For THE REVENANT

We may never know what happened to Tom Hardy and Leonardo DiCaprio at the end of Christopher Nolan's Inception, but the two will be reteaming...

Ryan Gosling talks ‘First Man’ and getting Neil Armstrong right

Ryan Gosling stars as Neil Armstrong in First Man and talks to us about getting everything about the American hero correct and not just another space cowboy film.

J.J. Abrams brings back ‘Axanar’

We geeks have JJ Abrams to thank for a lot of things. Many people found TV again through his co-creation Lost. He also gave people Alias, Felicity and America’s own badass giant monster in Cloverfield.

Mel Gibson back from Hollywood Siberia with Oscar nom

Hollywood is known to be very forgiving when it's stars make mistakes, but Mel Gibson had to work extremely hard to get back into their good graces. Funny enough, it wasn't when he made anti-gay slurs back in late 80's

Female animators bringing fresh new ideas to film

As with any industry that's dominated by one sector, bringing in some diversity can shake things up, and the animation world has seen that recently as more women have entered and made their mark.

Gritty ‘Beach Rats,’ spirited ‘Patti Cake$’ mark Sundance Film Festival Day...

Day 4 of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival brought some grittiness with Eliza Hittman's "Beach Rats," which really hit the mark of restless urban youth dealing with both their sexuality and a society that isn't so open to it.