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5 burning questions we have about this year's Sundance Film Festival

Daisy Ridley, Joaquin Phoenix and Nicolas Cage are among the big names premiering new films at the snow-capped Utah festival.        

Michael Peña denies he ever confirmed or hinted at 'Ant-Man 3': 'I have no idea'

Michael Peña clarifies past reports that he confirmed a third 'Ant-Man' movie. He has no idea about future Marvel projects.        

Timothée Chalamet vows to donate pay from Woody Allen movie to Time's Up, LGBT Center

"I don't want to profit from my work on the film," said Chalamet, who is donating his salary to Time's Up, the LGBT Center in New York and RAINN.        

'Girls in the Picture' celebrates silent-film friendship of Pickford, Marion

Actress Mary Pickford and screenwriter Frances Marion forged a friendship in Hollywood's early days. A 3.5-star book review of 'The Girls in the Picture.'        

Chris Hemsworth's '12 Strong' co-stars were in for a bumpy ride as horse soldiers

'12 Strong' tells the true tale of Green Berets fighting in rugged Afghanistan on horseback.        

Jamie Lee Curtis on Eliza Dushku's child molestation accusation: 'A new, horrific reality'

Eliza Dushku, who played Jamie Lee Curtis' young daughter in 'True Lies,' told the actress years earlier that she was molested.        

Eliza Dushku says she was molested by stunt coordinator

Eliza Dushku has alleged that one of Hollywood’s leading stunt coordinators sexually molested her during the filming of 1994’s 'True Lies' when she was a child.        

Chris Hemsworth goes into '12 Strong' battle pondering Thor's future

With 'Infinity War' and 'Avengers 4' already shot, the Marvel star is contemplating his career after Thor.        

Everything we know about the Marvel superhero film 'Black Panther'

To say Marvel introducing its first black superhero film is exciting is an understatement, and the film has already broken records.        

'Jumanji' repeats at No. 1, topping 'The Post,' 'The Commuter' at MLK box office

A plethora of new releases, plus awards contenders like 'Darkest Hour,' pushed the box office to about $190 million for the holiday.        

Leonardo DiCaprio to star in Quentin Tarantino's Charles Manson movie with Margot Robbie

Everything you need to know about Leonardo DiCaprio's next movie role in Quentin Tarantino's Charles Manson movie.        

'The Post' movie and the Pentagon Papers: Inside the newsroom with former editor Len Downie

Len Downie, former Washington Post editor, talks about the real people behind the major motion picture.        

Rebecca Hall regrets working with Woody Allen, donates wages to Time's Up

The 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona' actress writes on Instagram that she now regrets working with Allen due to sexual abuse allegations.        

The Mothership podcast: Get excited for 2018's nerdiest movies, TV and games

The crew leaves 2017 in the dust, and shares the movies, TV shows, and video games they can't wait to consume in the New Year.        

Patricia Hearst movie based on Jeffrey Toobin's book canceled

Twentieth Century Fox Film says it is canceling the studio's planned movie based on Toobin's 'American Heiress.'        

Mark Wahlberg refused to approve Christopher Plummer unless he was paid

Mark Wahlberg refused to approve Christopher Plummer as a replacement for Kevin Spacey in 'All the Money in the World' unless he was paid more than a million dollars for the reshoot, USA TODAY has learned.        

6 things you missed at the 2008 Critics' Choice Awards

'The Shape of Water' dominated, James Franco didn't show, and Brooklynn Prince, 7, stole the night.        

Critics' Choice Awards 2018 winners' list: 'Shape of Water' owns the night

'The Shape of Water' won the night with four awards. On the TV side, 'Big Little Lies' continued to reign.        

Liam Neeson wants pay parity but won't take a pay cut himself

Liam Neeson says pay inequity in Hollywood is "disgraceful," but balks at taking a pay cut himself to achieve parity.        

Director Franco Zeffirelli, 94, accused of molesting actor in 1992; son denies it

Director Franco Zeffirelli, 94, is accused of molesting an actor decades ago; his son denies it, says father is too ill to respond.        

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