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The Disney Channel stars met up at the premiere of the 100th DCOM, 'Adventures in Babysitting.'
The Lawrence brothers, Christy Carlson Romano, and more reunited at the premiere of 'Adventures in Babysitting.'
You will not see another movie like Swiss Army Man this year, or possibly in your lifetime. The basic plot is bizarre enough: A man (Paul Dano) stranded on an island tries to make his way back to civilization using the unexplainable capabilities of a dead body (Daniel Radcliffe) he finds on the beach, which... Read more »
Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe are stranded on a desert island. And one of them is a flatulent corpse.
"There's no one else. She has the thing."
New 'Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them' featurette introduces Newt Scamander and a few of his magical creatures.
Nicolas Winding Refn's latest film looks pretty but doesn't have much on its mind.
A look back at one of the earliest DCOMs, 'Genius,' and the many questions and plot holes it posed.
The Neon Demon star is all grown up — and ready for Instagram.
Bryan Cranston cast as Zordon in upcoming 'Power Rangers' movie.
Blake Lively reveals more details about a third "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" movie.
James Franco's obsession with his own image and sexuality erases everything potentially radical about this queer retelling.
Ezra Miller's Flash is thankfully the comic relief in Zack Snyder's 'Justice League.'
Watch the hauntingly gothic new trailer for 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.'
The talented young actor's breakout role was perfect for him, and an early sign of his strong career to come.
The original voice of Nemo, Alexander Gould, had a cameo in "Finding Dory." Did you spot him?
Here's the official track list for "Suicide Squad: The Album."
Plus: David Copperfield waves his wand over Hollywood, and getting sciency about Finding Dory
A journalist's lark assignment into the world of competitive tickling becomes one of the year's must-see docs.