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Seth Rogen Responds to 'American Sniper' Comments

In this Oct. 13, 2014 file photo, actor/writer Seth Rogen poses for a portrait in Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Seth Rogen responded to the outrage incited by a series of tweets he wrote regarding the film "American Sniper" in a statement issued exclusively to the Associated Press on Thursday, saying it wasn't his intent to offend anyone or to say anything with political implications. The actor and filmma... more

Nicolas Cage to Hunt Osama Bin Laden in 'Army of One'

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Nicolas Cage will star in new satire Army of One. The 51-year-old actor will portray Gary Faulkner , a real-life Colorado man who attempted to hunt down Osama Bin Laden . Faulkner was apprehended in the mountains of Pakistan carrying a sword, dagger and pistol in 2010. Army of One is loosely ... more

Depp Indulges Inner Clown in Charmless 'Mortdecai'

In this image released by Lionsgate, Gywneth Paltrow, left, and Johnny Depp appear in a scene from "Mortdecai." (AP Photo/Lionsgate, David Appleby)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Any film credited with its own "mustache wrangler" really should have been much more fun than Johnny Depp's latest misfiring action-comedy. Mostly set in contemporary England, but aiming for the zingy retro feel of a vintage Peter Sellers or Terry-Thomas feature from the Swinging Sixties, "Mortdecai" is an ... more

'Boy Next Door' Way Too Predictable

This photo released by Universal Pictures shows, Ryan Guzman, left, as Noah and Jennifer Lopez as Claire Peterson in a scene from the film, "The Boy Next Door." (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Suzanne Hanover)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — No good adulterous affair goes unpunished in Hollywood movies. The latest proof is J.Lo starrer "The Boy Next Door," a gender-reversing B-movie spin on "Fatal Attraction" that sets suburban family values against that one night of misguided, irresistible passion. An economically told popcorn pic b... more

In 'Blackhat,' Hacking Details Ring True, Security Pro Says

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Hollywood's take on hacking is often wrong. But Michael Mann's "Blackhat," which opened Friday, is one of the rare films that gets it right, according to security expert Kevin Mahaffey . Movies depict geniuses who are able to will their way into people's computers. They show hackers guessing passwords and entering systems to s... more

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