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Dylan Minette Destroys His School in a New Clip from Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

A new clip is online today from Walt Disney Pictures' upcoming family film, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Featuring Dylan Minette and Bella Thorne, you can check this one out in the player below!

Neeson Joins 'Ted 2' Cast

Liam Neeson must have enjoyed his time on the set of Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways To Die In The West. The Hollywood Reporter has announced that the actor has boarded MacFarlane's next, Ted 2. The first Ted was a massive hit for the...Show More Summary

The Walking Dead Adds Tyler James Williams

A new addition to the cast of "The Walking Dead" has been revealed today! The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Tyler James Williams ("Go On," Peeples) is set to play a mysterious character named Noah in the upcoming fifth season, which debuts on AMC October 12.

Lois Lane and The Comedian Join Drax In De Niro's 'Bus 657'

It may be a low-budget affair, but the $15 million film Bus 657 is attracting quite a cast. Deadline is reporting that, aside from all ready nabbing Robert De Niro, the cast will now also include Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen) and Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns). Show More Summary

Five Exclusive Character Posters for St. Vincent!

ComingSoon.net has your exclusive first look at five character posters from writer/director Ted Melfi's comedy-drama St. Vincent, opening in limited theaters on October 10 before expanding wide on October 24.

New TV Spot For 'John Wick'

"When Russian mobsters kill his beloved dog, retired hit man John Wick returns to the game he played best - and brings bloody vengeance with him." No, that's not the premise for a spoof of old Charles Bronson movies like Mr. Majestyk. Show More Summary

Take a First Look at Christopher Walken as Captain Hook

Following our first look earlier this month at "Girls" star Allison Williams in costume as the title star of NBC's "Peter Pan Live!" comes, via EW, a first look at Christopher Walken as Captain Hook. Check it out below!

First TV Spot Hits for 'Dumb and Dumber To'

Universal Pictures has released the first TV Spot for "Dumb and Dumber To," the long-awaited and hotly-anticipated sequel to Peter and Bobby Farrelly's 1994 classic comedy. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels reprise their signature roles as...Show More Summary

Liam Neeson to Appear in Ted 2

Now in production, Ted 2 has added Liam Neeson to its cast! Writer/director/star Seth MacFarlane, who previously worked with Neeson on this year's A Million Ways to Die in the West, tweeted the following:

Renner Drops A 'Captain America 3' Hint

After existing under the radar for most of his career, Jeremy Renner became quite a hot commodity in Hollywood in recent years. Following his breakout role in Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker in 2008, then his subsequently well-received...Show More Summary

Shatner and Orci Respond To That Big 'Star Trek 3' Rumor

Remember that big Star Trek 3 rumor I reported on yesterday? The one about there being a scene written for the film that would require actors William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy to reunite onscreen as Kirk and Spock? Well, the wildfire...Show More Summary

The Boxtrolls

I wanted with every fiber of my being to love The Boxtrolls. The animation studio that made it, Portland’s Laika, stands for everything I value in contemporary animation: smart, subversive stories that neither condescend to children nor winkingly pander to adults. Show More Summary

New TV Spots and Film Clip For David Fincher's 'Gone Girl'

20th Century Fox has released four new TV spots and a film clip from David Fincher’s adaptation of the Gillian Flynn Best Seller, "Gone Girl" starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, Patrick Fugit, and Carrie Coon. Show More Summary

'Annabelle' Writer Gary Dauberman To Write Universal's 'Crime of the Century'

Universal has hired Annabelle's Gary Dauberman to write the sci-fi pic Crime of the Century, a project based on an original idea by Daniel Kunka and Dan Trachtenberg. Crime of the Century has been in development since 2011. The project...Show More Summary

New Extended TV Spot for The Flash Released

We're less than two weeks from the series premiere of The CW's "The Flash," and a brand-new trailer for the series has debuted online featuring a few brand new bits of footage. Check it out in the player below.

CS Video: The Boxtrolls Stars Elle Fanning and Sir Ben Kingsley

This Friday, LAIKA, the studio that brought us Coraline and Paranorman, is ready to introduce their latest animated adventure, The Boxtrolls. Featuring the voice talents of Sir Ben Kingsley, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Elle Fanning, DeeShow More Summary

Ridley Scott Gives New Details On 'Prometheus' And 'Blade Runner' Sequels

Ridley Scott freely gave some updates on two of his anticipated sequels, Prometheus 2 and Blade Runner 2. The new details aren't anything out of this world, but at the very least they offer some hope/evidence that Scott is still working on them. Show More Summary

30th Anniversary Screening of The Terminator Reunites Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron

The American Cinematheque, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and SKED TK announced today that to celebrate the 30th anniversary of sci-fi thriller The Terminator, they will be hosting a special screening of the film and panel discussion on October 15, 2014 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.

A Modern Adaptation of 'Los Miserables' Premieres On Telemundo

From writer Valentina Párraga ("La Patrona"), Telemundo presents “Los Miserables,” a bold and modern adaptation of one of the most important romantic literary authors, Victor Hugo's epic French drama.. Shot entirely in Mexico and told...Show More Summary

Is Keanu Reeves Down For 'Speed 3'?

Re-he-he-heally? After years of blank denials, simple "No"s, and dismissive remarks like, "That bus has left," Keanu Reeves may now be open to returning for another Speed film. In a chat with Nerdist, the actor reacts rather playfully to the idea of returning to the role of Jack Traven. Show More Summary

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