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John D. MacDonald mystery adaptation also stars “Gone Girl” Oscar nominee Rosamund Pike
Most critics praise the computer-animated Marvel adaptation, but some have reservations
A decision on “Unforgettable” is still yet to be determined
The new CBS show, starring Cam Gigandet and Anna Woods, beats industry odds by putting women in all key positions behind the scenes
Crime drama stars Cam Gigandet, Anna Wood as two attorneys who are rivals in the courtroom, but are also intensely attracted to one another.
ATX Television Festival to Honor Henry Winkler, Lineup Includes ‘Orphan Black,’ ‘Revenge,’ ‘Bates Motel’ (Exclusive)
Netflix to serve as a sponsor and will host daily panels at the annual TV event held in Austin from June 5-8
James Mangold (“Wolverine”) is in negotiations to direct the film for 20th Century Fox, Appian Way and Chernin Entertainment
Critic blasts “misquotes and lies,” even as NYFCC promises disciplinary action
Thousands of theaters will show “Desolation of Smaug” at director Peter Jackson’s preferred speed, but Warner Bros. and Jackson hope the divisive format stays out...
The pilot reunites "Twilight" actor Cam Gigandet and director Catherine Hardwicke
Reviews are mixed on Michael Bay's new, low-budget (for him) crime caper
Critics love Jim Carrey, but complain that "Burt Wonderstone" falls flat
"Reckless" will revolve around a litigator and a city attorney who are secretly attracted to each other
Rex Reed, Manohla Dargis and other top reviewers tee off on Adam Shankman's adaptation of the Broadway hit
Reviewers complain that Charlize Theron's evil queen is over the top and the film is a muddle, but praise the visual style
America's critics fall over each other trying to sink Peter Berg's "Battleship"
Sam Raimi will exec produce “The Au Pair,” a thriller about a dream job that turns into a nightmare