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Fans around the world united to clear pods and unlock a new "Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" video.
We, the anxiety-sufferers, are all Rex from "Toy Story."
While promoting "We Are Your Friends" Zac Efron plays a game where he has to guess the names of songs, but he completely blanks on the name "Breaking Free" from "High School Musical."
In honor of Rupert Grint’s birthday, we remember why Ron Weasley is the best friend one could ask for.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of "The Witches," some important witch facts you might have forgotten.
Ever wonder what Jurassic World would look like in Lego?
The corpse flower, just like the one Mr. Wilson had in his backyard, is real. And it's kinda gross (but beautiful).
The red carpet premiere of "Bring It On" may have been in 2000, but its fashions are totally '90s.
These rap biopics could follow in 'Straight Outta Compton's' footsteps.
The first trailer for 'The Final Girls' shows us what happens when horror fans become part of the movie they love.
Zac Efron was suited up and sexy for last night's "We Are Your Friends" red carpet, where director and "Catfish" star Max Joseph also turned up.
Dylan O'Brien gets questioned by the bad guys in this exclusive scene from "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials."
Watch Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg battle head-to-head over who is the better "American Ultra" spy.
We first met Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint as the stars of "Harry Potter" 15 years ago today.
Photographer Darryll Jones dares to imagine a Stormtrooper's life off the Death Star.
The way you feel about Draco Malfoy is bad and you should feel bad.
Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg tell us the best things they learned on the set of "American Ultra."
The cast of "Hitman: Agent 47" describes which other video games they would totally want to star in movie adaptations of.
Here are a few teasers from Tim Burton's adaptation of 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.'
Though Dr. Dre's assault on Dee Barnes was not included in "Straight Outta Compton," a new report says it almost was.