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Over 100 years, small images of athletes went from tobacco companies' marketing materials to overhyped investments favored by nostalgic grown men. Now, they're worth virtually nothing.
Main characters are two-and-a-half times more likely to die in a children's animated film than in a film for adults—and three times more likely to be murdered.
Following the release of troves of sensitive data, the Guardians of Peace hacker group is now warning of violent attacks if the anti-North Korean flick The Interview reaches screens.
Paramount is currently trying to find a new director for its floundering film franchise, but what the series really needs is to return to television.
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Why don't they just call it "summer"? This time of year, designers and retailers rewrite the calendar to embrace the global fashion market.
Nicki Minaj's third full-length album isn't full of the hard rap she promised, but offers an intimate introduction to the woman behind the work.
The civil-rights movement has been oversimplified by Hollywood for decades, says the director of Selma.
The series finale spent a lot of time flashing back to the show's first episode, a reminder of its deep flaws both past and present.
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Despite its flaws, the film still manages to be provocative by questioning whether there should be a "chosen people."
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What Larry Groce discovered by launching a national radio program from an out-of-the-way location
With its first-rate effects and haphazard cast, Ridley Scott's biblical epic is a movie full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.
It may be useful to distinguish gift-giving from giving of other kinds; on the other hand, the word brings out the worst in us all.
New software and image-capturing techniques are leading the studio further and further into realism.