• Inquiries Begin Into Nude Celebrity Photo Leaks

    The FBI said it was addressing allegations that online accounts of several celebrities, including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, had been hacked.
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  • Last Days in Vietnam, First Days in the USA

    Producers want to collect stories about returning veterans and refugees arriving in the States after the evacuation of Saigon.
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  • Israel's 'The Farewell Party' Finds Humor in Death

    The film centers on a group of Jerusalem retirement-home residents who create a euthanasia machine to put a dying friend out of his misery.
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  • Comedian Tracy Morgan Still Struggling After Crash

    Morgan's attorney said that it may be months before Morgan can walk again and he relies on a wheelchair.
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  • Movie Review: ‘The November Man’

    Pierce Brosnan comfortably slips back into the the world of international intrigue, killer spies and beautiful women.
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Popcorn Time Streams Illegal Movie, TV Files

Popcorn Time is a computer application that allows free streaming of all the latest movies and television shows, but it's not clear if the whole operation is entirely legal. The recently launched program -- which does not currently exist as a mobile app -- is available as a download for Windows, Mac and Linux, and offers the latest hits, including Dallas Buyers Club, American Hustle and Gravity. Described as the Netflix for pirated content, the program bypasses the extra steps needed to search for torrents, then download and play the media files. The site doesn't act... more

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Jason Sudeikis in talks to star in 'Fletch Won'

Jason Sudeikis is in negotiation to play Fletch in Fletch Won, a Warner Bros. reboot of the 1980s Fletch films. Chevy Chase first brought the title character to life in 1985's Fletch. The film follows an investigative newspaper reporter, Irwin M. Fletcher , and is based on the first of a series of novels written by Gregory Mcdonald . Fletch earned generally positive reviews upon its release and did well at the box office. It subsequently developed a cult following, and a second film, Fletch Lives, was released in 1989. Chase also starred in the sequel. A prequel has been in the works for years now,... more

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Wes Anderson Dreams of a Europe Before Bombs Fell

NEW YORK - A new Wes Anderson film arrives like a magician's latest illusion, greeted by questions of not just "How does he do it?" but "What is it, exactly?" Anderson, like few other directors, has perpetually kept critics and moviegoers off-balance with his idiosyncratic blend of orchestrated whimsy, deep-rooted melancholy and deadpan slapstick. When he privately screened his second film, "Rushmore," for Pauline Kael, the rarely uncertain critic responded, "I don't know what you've got here, Wes." Lacking a more sufficient barometer, his movies are typically first judged on a scale of how "Wes Anderson-y" it is. On that count, his late... more

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Connecticut Could Be 1st State to Curb Loud Movies

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Connecticut could become the first state to curb loud movies under proposed legislation that's drawing opposition from the Motion Picture Association of America. The legislature's Public Safety and Security Committee is considering the bill, which would prevent theaters from showing a film or preview that exceeded 85 decibels. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health recommends noise should be kept below 85 decibels for workers for eight hours to minimize hearing loss. "Hopefully this will be a wakeup call to the theater owners and the MPAA to get their act together and do something that's good for the... more

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William Guarnere, of 'Band of Brothers' Fame, Dies

William "Wild Bill" Guarnere of South Philadelphia, a member of the famed 101st Airborne Division whose World War II exploits were portrayed in theTV mini-series Band of Brothers, died Saturday, March 8, at Jefferson University Hospital of a ruptured aortic aneurysm. He was a month shy of 91. Guarnere was taken to the hospital from his home of 70 years in South Philadelphia, son Gene Guarnere of Broomall said. Guarnere didn't talk about the war when his two sons were growing up, even though he organized Army reunions beginning in 1947 -- and even though he lost his right leg while helping a wounded comrade. "He never said a word," his s... more

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