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New California pay law could hit Hollywood studios

2 hours agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

Contrived, artificial new “equal pay for similar work” law could hit California’s most contrived and artificial industry, the movies, which tends to bid up bankable male stars to higher compensation levels than it does their bankable female counterparts [L.A. Show More Summary

Gizmodo Movie Night: The Best Driving, Racing And Car Chase Movies And TV Shows

It’s almost the weekend, and that means you should book in another Gizmodo movie night. This week, pull on your driving gloves, top up on 100-octane racing fuel, and crank over that small-block V8 — these are the best driving and car chase movies and TV streaming online right now. More »      

Review: Steve Jobs

The imperfect film that demands a viewing. mpaa rating:R (For language.) Genre:Drama Theatre Release:October 09, 2015 by Universal Pictures Let's be straight: Steve Jobs shouldn't have worked as a movie. The setup is fully experimental,...Show More Summary

Friday's TV Highlights: 'Last Man Standing' on ABC

Customized TV Listings are available here: Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 4 - 10, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SERIES Undateable As the comedy returns for a new season, Danny (Chris D'Elia) interferes with Justin and Candace's (Brent...

Schlock thriller 'Vengeance Is Mine' has few surprises yet never bores

3 hours agoEntertainment / Film : LA Times

When a movie is titled "I Spit on Your Grave III: Vengeance Is Mine," no one goes in expecting Shakespeare. So it's no surprise that this third installment in the schlock-thriller franchise, which began with a 2010 reboot of the notoriously vile 1978 original, contains scenes of horrendous violence...

'Breaking Through' is a dance movie without good dancing

3 hours agoEntertainment / Film : LA Times

The world of social media celebrity provides a timely backdrop for the otherwise bland "Breaking Through," writer-director John Swetnam's retread of the dance film "Step Up" (Swetnam wrote "Step Up All In"). Hip-hop dancer Casey (Sophia Aguiar) and her crew are figuring out how to balance the practicalities...

Why Fantastic Four Failed, According To Its Producer

When a bad movie is released, everybody from the studio to the media spends a lot of time trying to figure out what the problem was. This past summer's Fantastic Four reboot went sideways so quickly that people started to figure out where it went wrong about a week before it was released. Show More Summary

What's Wrong With "Mr. Mom"?

The movie, that is. It's easy to say what's wrong with the term itself. It's sexist, because it assumes home is a woman's natural domain. Also, even if it's not always the intention of people who throw this phrase at stay-at-home-dads,...Show More Summary

Hollywood cemetery does Day of the Dead right

Hollywood Forever Cemetery is not only the eternal home of such movie icons as Rudolph Valentino, Cecil B. DeMille and John Huston, it also claims the state’s biggest Day of the Dead celebration. The grounds host art exhibitions, dancing,...Show More Summary

Coming Distractions: New Star Wars: Rebels trailer hints at pirate Jedi, Sarah Michelle Gellar

Although The Force Awakens and the upcoming anthology movies have grabbed most of the internet’s free-floating Star Wars enthusiasm, Disney XD’s animated Rebels series won’t let itself be counted out. The show debuted a new trailer today...Show More Summary

In White. In Black.

Wearing a Manish Malhotra kaftan, Aishwarya attended the premiere of her movie Jazbaa with metallic pumps finishing out her look. If the premiere was in Goa by the beach, I’d be totally in for the look. But as it stands, the kaftan just felt a bit out of place. As did the sheer panty hose. […] The post In White. In Black. appeared first on High Heel Confidential.

New view on travel with Amazon app

New view on travel with Amazon app Amazon Video app, on iPhones, iPads, Android phones and tablets, Fire devices. Download the free app in your preferred app store, sign into your Amazon Prime account, select movies and TV episodes to...Show More Summary

'Steve Jobs' review: A great movie seen through Sorkin's reality distortion field

LOS ANGELES — "The Reality Distortion Field." Anyone who's had an ambitious boss has likely used the phrase, though few probably realize that it was coined at Apple Computer in the early '80s to describe the impossible demands emanating...Show More Summary

Is 'Howard the Duck' One of the Marvel Movies Coming in 2020?

4 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Seth Green, who voiced 'Howard the Duck', has some very disappointing news for fans.

Justice League Dark Moving Forward With A Powerful Producer In Its Corner

Comic book and movie fans were all saddened when Guillermo Del Toro announced he was stepping away from the planned Justice League Dark movie. While moves like that are the sort of things that often send movies into development hell it looks like that will not be the cast here. Show More Summary

BAE Systems touts 3D battlefield vision technology

Keep your head up, eyes out and your finger on the trigger with this new breakthrough that provides a see-through display of critical mission data – all by just clipping BAE System’s Q-Warrior to your helmet. Once the stuff of movies like “Iron Man” and “Edge of Tomorrow”…now ground troops can benefit from this state-of-the-art tech too. Show More Summary

These 5 Legendary Roles Were Very Nearly Played by Different Actors

This article originally appeared on Inverse. By Gem Seddon Early in the development stages of any movie, casting directors knock up shortlists of actors simply perfect for key roles. We don't always get what we want, however, and that's why we never saw Cary Grant play James Bond. Show More Summary

'The Final Girls' a slasher film that's terrifying and touching

"Scream" meets "Pleasantville" in the new movie "The Final Girls," a playful deconstruction of the slasher film that ultimately packs a surprisingly affecting punch. In a bid to escape a freak movie theater fire, Max (Taissa Farmiga) and her friends flee through a hastily torn slit in the screen,...

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