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For Matt Damon, Jason Bourne has Been a Lifeblood

In this image released by Universal Pictures, Matt Damon appears in a scene from "Jason Bourne," in theaters nationwide on July 29. (Jasin Boland/Universal Pictures via AP)

NEW YORK (AP) — For Matt Damon, the "Bourne" films have been like a lifeblood. "I was kind of inoculated for that five or six year period when I made the first three. I could make decisions with absolutely no thought to what the potential box office was," says Damon. "It was liberating in that sense. I knew that if I had another Jason Bourne of... more

'Hangover' Director Todd Phillips Gets Dark with 'War Dogs'

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On movie screens in recent years, director Todd Phillips has had Will Ferrell starting a fraternity, offered up Huggy Bear as a key crime-solving tool and relied on Zach Galifianakis to track down missing persons (twice). The profiteering nature of modern warfare has -- thus far -- not been a central concern. Yet in one of the summer's most un... more

Harvey Keitel Backs Green Beret Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland

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A Capitol Hill push to reinstate a Green Beret discharged after confronting an Afghan boy’s accused rapist has garnered high-profile celebrity support – from actor Harvey Keitel, just days before an expected decision on the case. The star of such films as “Mean Streets” and “Reservoir Dogs” reached out to the office of Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Cal... more

China's Military has a New Enemy Disney's 'Zootopia'

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REPORTING FROM BEIJING -- China's Communist Party has long preached resistance to Western values, such as democracy and freedom of speech. Now, according to a Chinese military newspaper, these values are infiltrating China via an unlikely Trojan horse: the Disney animated movie "Zootopia." The People's Liberation Army Daily recently branded th... more

World War II-Era Dutch Film Thanking Albany for Aid Found

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A long-lost World War II-era film produced to thank the residents of Albany for sending aid to a war-torn Dutch city has been found, according to a researcher who has spent years looking for the movie. Dutch scholar Anja Adriaans told the Times Union of Albany (http://bit.ly/1YgBLd1 ) that a private collector in the Netherla... more

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