• 'Nose of a Dog, Heart of a Marine'

    We've got the trailer for "Max," a movie about a military dog who returns from Afghanistan and joins his fallen trainer's family.
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  • Actor Ford, Who Recently Crashed Plane, is Air Film Narrator

    Harrison Ford will narrate a National Geographic Studios documentary being released next month called "Living in the Age of Airplanes."
    In this Thursday, March 5, 2015 file photo, a  World War II-era trainer airplane rests on the ground after actor Harrison Ford crash-landed it after reporting the engine failed on the Penmar Golf Course in the Venice area of Los Angeles.
  • Sean Penn Flexes Action-Hero Muscles in 'Gunman'

    Watch Sean Penn's muscles ripple as he kicks butt in a variety of picturesque locales.
    This image released by Open Road Films shows Sean Penn in a scene from "The Gunman." (AP Photo/Open Road Films, Keith Bernstein)
  • Faith-Based Film 'Do You Believe?' Finds Fire in Family Fare

    "Do You Believe?" looks at a handful of people who profess to believe in God but might not be living a life to support that idea.
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News Archives for Jun 11, 2012

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Denzel: Big Changes in S. Africa Since '86

Hollywood film star Denzel Washington says he is amazed by how much South Africa changed between shooting the drama "Cry Freedom" in 1986 and the thriller "Safe House" last year. Washington, 57, earned his first Oscar nomination for playing anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko in "Cry Freedom." In "Safe House," Ryan Reynolds plays a CIA agent charged with minding Washington's brilliant, dangerous ex-intelligence officer, who has gone rogue, in a remote location in South Africa. "When we shot 'Cry Freedom,' I wasn't even allowed in South Africa," Washington told reporters in New York recently, referring to how the country was racially segr... more

Nolan: No Fourth Batman Movie

Christopher Nolan will not direct a fourth Batman movie, the filmmaker said at a Producers Guild of America conference at Sony Studios in California. The director said he always envisioned his Batman story as a trilogy: "Batman Begins," "The Dark Knight" and "The Dark Knight Rises," which is scheduled to open July 20, Variety reported Saturday. "I don't want to hold anything back," he said at the conference, at which he was on the opening panel. Nolan said he was inspired by Richard Donner's "Superman" to create a new Batman story separate from the comic book stories. "I explained the potential of what was exciting to me," he said. "Th... more

Tom Cruise: Movie Star, Not Rock Star

LONDON - Tom Cruise attended the European premier of his new film "Rock of Ages" in London's Leicester Square on Sunday and was joined on the red carpet by fellow stars Julianne Hough, Russell Brand, Paul Giamatti and Mary J. Blige. Cruise plays the tattooed - and frequently shirtless - rock star Stacee Jaxx in the tribute to the big-haired, big-riffing glam metal sound of the 1980s. But when asked if he had the choice between the life of a movie star or a rock star, Cruise said he would to stick with his day job. "I love my job, and I feel very privileged to be able to do it. It has been a dream of mine, and I love what I do," he said. ... more

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