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Without Ah-nuld's name attached, this noisy, stupid and semi-incoherent blood bath would go directly to DVD without passing Go or collecting $200
CinemaCon 2014: The slate includes Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Cameron Diaz and, well, Kim Jong Un
The "Cesar Chavez" star tells TheWrap he's still hammering out a place in Edgar Wright's Marvel adaptation
TheWrap staff offers up deserving films and folks who might get lost in the crush of a crazy awards season.
Sony's wins its double-down bet as "Hotel Transylvania" and TriStar's "Looper," No. 2 with $21.2 million, revive struggling box office
Sony's 1-2 punch of animated "Hotel Transylvania" and sci-fi thriller "Looper" gives box-office a much needed boost
Relativity's "House at the End of the Street" was tied with Open Road's gritty cop drama "End of Watch" atop soft box office on Sunday
"House at the End of the Street" and "End of Watch" tie for No. 1 at box office with $13M, with "Trouble With the Curve"...
Cop drama "End of Watch" and "House at the End of the Street" are battling Eastwood's baseball movie for No. 1 after its disappointing Friday...
There aren't any crooked officers in "End of Watch," so Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña worked overtime to find the drama in a friendship between partners
Relativity's thriller "House at the End of the Street" takes on Clint Eastwood, "Dredd 3D" and "End of Watch" at the box office as "The...
Clint Eastwood's empty chair speech at the Republican Convention could put some extra mustard on the pitch when "Trouble With the Curve" hits theaters Friday
Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña’s LAPD officers get swept up in a larger plot that sneaks up on them — and, interestingly, the movie itself
David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook" enjoys a spectacular Toronto launch, while the Wachowskis' "Cloud Atlas" thrills some viewers, confounds others
The fund has sent eight films into production over the past year, including "Lay the Favorite," which stars Bruce Willis, Rebecca Hall and Catherine Zeta-Jones
Director David Ayer put his stars through months of rigorous training, including ride alongs in south central
"End of Watch" and “Training Day” director David Ayer told a Comic-Con audience on Saturday that “Hollywood has lost its way,” making movies without heart
"End of Watch," a cop drama set in South Central L.A. from director David Ayer, will be distributed by Open Road Films