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  • Winners and unforgettable moments of Emmy Awards 2018

    Hollywood's biggest stars came together to honour the best in television at the Emmy Awards 2018, which was hosted by Michael Che and Colin Jost.

  • Superman retires?

    The latest buzz is that Henry Cavill will not be returning to play Superman in Warner Bros.' DC Films Universe. Nothing has been

  • Chris Hemsworth in 'Dhaka'

    Chris Hemsworth, popularly known as Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, will star in the Netflix thriller titled Dhaka.

  • Emma Watson takes over for Emma Stone in 'Little Women'

    Greta Gerwig's highly-anticipated Little Women adaptation just underwent a casting shakeup. Emma Watson is reportedly joining the cast, taking on a role originally intended for Emma Stone, reports say.

  • 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Cast wants James Gunn back

    The Guardians of the Galaxy cast has issued an open letter in support of ousted director James Gunn.

  • Angela Bassett speaks for women of colour

    American actor and activist Angela Basset recently played the role of director of the Central Intelligence Agency in Mission: Impossible - Fallout. This year, she also appeared in Marvel's Black Panther.

  • Kaley and Karl tied the knot

    If you're a fan of 'The Big Bang Theory,' which is one of the most successful sitcoms in history, you may already know that 'Penny' had been engaged to boyfriend Karl Cook.

  • Best of Broadway

    The highest honours for Broadway Theater took place in New York on Sunday during the 72nd Tony Awards, which was hosted by Sara

  • Emilia Clarke dishes on her final moments in Game of Thrones

    Emilia Clarke had some remarkable things to say about her final scenes in Game of Thrones. The last season of the HBO fantasy is slated for 2019.

  • 'The ABC Murders' Cast Announced

    Agatha Christie fans are in for a delightful treat as her classic title The ABC Murders is headed for television. The ABC Murders is a joint venture production between Mammoth Screen and Agatha Christie Limited for BBC One.

  • 'Superman' Star Margot Kidder Passes Away

    Margot Kidder, the actor best known for playing ace reporter Lois Lane in the 1978 film Superman and its sequels has passed away peacefully at her home in Montana at age 69.

  • “Avengers: Infinity War” fever grips Dhaka

    Marvel Cinematic Universe's biggest film to date, “Avengers: Infinity Wars” has been building up hype worldwide since it was first announced, with 10 years of big screen fandom culminating into a stellar cast and a long-teased villain. The Russo Brothers-helmed film, which releases in the US today, was already tracking for a monstrous $225 million opening weekend, and it seems like film lovers of Bangladesh are on board the hype train.

  • Spielberg to direct DC's “Blackhawk”

    Steven Spielberg is finally taking on a superhero movie. The prolific director and his Amblin Entertainment are teaming with Warner Bros. to produce action-adventure “Blackhawk” with the intention of Spielberg directing, reports Variety.

  • “Black Panther” to end Saudi Arabia's 35-year cinema ban

    Disney and its Middle East distribution partner, Italia Film, will be releasing Marvel superhero blockbuster “Black Panther” on April 18 in a new AMC-branded movie theater in Riyadh with a gala premiere, ending Saudi Arabia's 35-year cinema ban.

  • “Infinity War” character posters released

    The Marvel Cinematic Universe has seen heroes come together before, but not nearly on the same scale as it will in the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War”.

  • “Stranger Things” creators sued for allegedly stealing concept

    “Stranger Things” creators Matt and Ross Duffer are being sued for allegedly stealing the idea for their hit Netflix series.

  • Rey and Finn will reunite in Star Wars: Episode IX

    In noteworthy but not exactly surprising news, the third and final film of the new “Star Wars” trilogy will see the two main heroes back together again, reports Collider.

  • Cameron Diaz says she's “actually retired” from acting

    As one of the most in-demand actresses of the late 1990s and 2000s, Cameron Diaz starred in a number of hit films, from “There's

  • RDJ unveils full “Doctor Dolittle“ cast

    The project stars Downey, while Selena Gomez, Tom Holland, Emma Thompson, and Ralph Fiennes had been previously announced as voice cast. Jim Broadbent, Antonio Banderas, and Michael Sheen will portray live-action characters.

  • Should Netflix films be in Oscar contention?

    Since Netflix began distributing movies, the industry has been rife with contention about whether such films deserve the same recognition as traditional, theatrically released films, particularly when it comes to the Academy Awards.

  • Ryan Reynolds faces off against Josh Brolin in “Deadpool 2” trailer

    In the latest trailer for “Deadpool 2”, which dropped on Friday morning, fans get another taste of the wise-cracking mercenary.

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    Tessa Thompson to join Chris Hemsworth in “Men in Black” spinoff

    Tessa Thompson is joining her “Thor: Ragnarok” co-star Chris Hemsworth in Sony's “Men in Black” reboot, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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    Final “Avengers: Infinity War” trailer brings entire MCU together

    Disney treated Marvel fans to the final trailer for “Avengers: Infinity War” on Friday, to build up the hype after a pulled-ahead release date.

  • Ava DuVernay to Direct DC's “The New Gods”

    Ava DuVernay has lined up her directorial follow-up to Disney's “A Wrinkle in Time”. The filmmaker will take on Warner Bros. and DC's “The New Gods”, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. The property is a creation of the late and legendary comic book artist Jack Kirby, co-creator of “Captain America”, “X-Men” and other iconic heroes.

  • Young Dumbledore debuts in first “Crimes of Grindelwald” trailer

    Warner Bros. put a spell on Harry Potter fans Tuesday with the release of the first trailer for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of

  • “Little Fires Everywhere” lands at Hulu

    Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington's limited series adaptation of “Little Fires Everywhere” has landed at Hulu with a straight-to-series order, a project that sparked a major bidding war across cable networks and streaming platforms.

  • Kristen Wiig to play “Wonder Woman” villain Cheetah

    The comedy star and Saturday Night Live standout will portray the DC comics villain Cheetah. The Hollywood Reporter reported in February that Wiig was in talks to play the character.

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    Lily James in talks for Danny Boyle comedy

    Lily James, who appeared in “Baby Driver” and “Darkest Hour”, is in negotiations to star in Danny Boyle's untitled comedy for Universal and Working Title.

  • Tiffany Haddish to star in “The List”

    Tiffany Haddish will star with Tika Sumpter and Omari Hardwick in Tyler Perry's comedy “The List.” Perry is directing from his own script and producing. Paramount Players has already set a November 2 release date for the film. Haddish will portray a wild woman who gets released from prison and reunites with her sister, played by Sumpter. Sumpter's character is in an online relationship with a man that may be “catfishing” her.

  • “Six Billion Dollar Man” set for 2019 release

    Warner Bros. has set an early summer release date of May 31, 2019, for Mark Wahlberg's sci-fi action movie “The Six Billion Dollar Man”. The company made the announcement Friday.