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Bradley Cooper Feels 'Tremendous Responsibility' in 'Sniper' Role

Bradley Cooper plays Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in "American Sniper."

Bradley Cooper has been juggling a grueling eight-show-a-week performance schedule in the hit Broadway play The Elephant Man with promotional duties for his new Navy Seal movie American Sniper. "Both Chris Kyle and Joseph Merrick were real people, who I admire greatly, and, so, I just felt a tremendous responsibility to bo... more

Movie Review: 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb'

In this image released by 20th Century Fox shows, from left, Mizuo Peck, Patrick Gallagher, Robin Williams, Ben Stiller, Rami Malek and Skyler  Gisondo in a scene from "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb."

Take heed: There are at least two acutely sad moments involving Robin Williams' Teddy Roosevelt in the latest "Night at the Museum." The movie, subtitled "Secret of the Tomb," is imbued with the unshakable inevitability that even though we're still having fun, it's time to move on -- a narrative made only more poignant by Willia... more

Action! Spielberg Filming U-2 movie at Beale AFB

Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg on the set of their as-yet-untitled Cold War thriller.

There's a fair amount of local surveillance around Beale Air Force Base these days, as locals keep a lookout for movie crews and stars. Steven Spielberg is currently directing a film at the base. The film is said to be starring Tom Hanks as James Donovan , an American attorney who negotiated the release of CIA U-2 spy pla... more

New Sony Leak Shows the Next James Bond Could Be Idris Elba

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A recently discovered email released through the Sony Pictures hack reveals the company's co-chairman, Amy Pascal , wants Idris Elba to be the next James Bond . "Idris should be the next bond," the email from Pascal to Elizabeth Cantillon , the former executive vice president of production for Columbia Pictures, says. ... more

Will Artists Skip Studio Support After Sony Scandal?

A banner for "The Interview"is posted outside Arclight Cinemas, Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sony's decision to cancel "The Interview" in the face of terrorist threats is already affecting the way Hollywood does business. It has outraged artists, killing their faith in studios to release edgy content. But it's also inspired a rare hush across a usually chatty industry as eve... more

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