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Here's everything we know about the film from the latest casting news to the premiere date.
After months—nay, years of rumors—it's finally official: Downton Abbey is heading to the big screen. (We'll pause a moment while you let that news sink in.)"Since the series ended, fans of Downton have long been waiting for the Crawley family’s next chapter," Focus chairman Peter ...
 
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The series comes from The Mindy Project's Guy Branum.
Last week, Mindy Project writer Guy Branum announced his new project on Twitter. "We were all certain you could not make a good romantic comedy anymore because print media is dead and RomCom ladies have to work at magazines," he wrote, "but against the ...
 
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The adaptation of Donna Tartt's best-selling novel premieres this September.
This fall, Donna Tartt's best-selling novel The Goldfinch is being adapted into a film. Here's what we know so far.The first full clip below introduces viewers to the tragic bombing that sets the film in motion, while the second, above, delves deeper into the story's ...
 
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Mindy Kaling is turning the 1994 British film into a television series.
The beloved British romantic comedy Four Weddings and a Funeral is coming back to the small screen, as a TV adaptation from The Mindy Project actress, writer, and executive producer Mindy Kaling. Here's what you need to know about the series, before it debuts later this ...
 
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Wow, they really just put a bunch of CGI fur on famous actors, didn't they?
While we're waiting for a peek of the new film adaptation of Cats (who doesn't want to see Judi Dench and Idris Elba in that crazy makeup?), there's still plenty of jellicle-related gossip to catch up on.Here's everything else we know about the film ...
 
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After an extensive search, Luhrmann cast Austin Butler to play the King.
On the heels of Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, yet another musical legend is set to get the biopic treatment. Elvis Presley's story will be told by Baz Luhrmann, the director known for his stylized work on Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby. Here, all the details we've learned thus ...
 
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For the first time, a black woman will assume the iconic codename.
In the upcoming Bond 25, James Bond is dissociated from his iconic numeral: 007. While Daniel Craig will still play Bond, up-and-coming British actress Lashana Lynch will reportedly assume the codename.The Daily Mail reports that, at the start of Bond 25, Bond is enjoying retirement. But it's only a matter ...
 
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just arrived on the red carpet.
Meghan Markle may have left her Hollywood life behind her when she married Prince Harry, but that doesn't mean she can't still mingle with celebrities. On July 14, the Sussexes both attended the European premiere of The Lion King. While Meghan is technically still on ...
 
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It’s in the movies inspired by the Beatles' music, however, that we find the most magic.
Over the course of their remarkably prolific career, the Beatles wrote 27 songs that reached Number 1 on the U.K. and U.S.’s major music charts. It’s no surprise, then, that the band and their music have inspired more than twice that number ...
 
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The actress let it slip that last year's much-loved comedy, which also starred Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, and Candice Bergen, is getting a second chapter.
The Book Club is getting back together. This week, Mary Steenburgen revealed that last year's much-loved comedy, which also starred Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, and Candice Bergen, is getting a sequel.“I love them," Steenburgen said of her co-stars on Andy Cohen's radio program, Radio Andy."I guess ...
 
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There's more to come but each of these films is a pleasure (and possibly a masterpiece).
These are the must-see films to check off your list before the end of the year.This thriller, directed and co-written by Neil Jordan, puts international treasure Isabelle Huppert to fine use as a woman who develops an unexpected and dangerous attachment to ...
 
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What, like it's hard (to make a trilogy)?
It's been almost 18 years since Legally Blonde first hit theaters. In that time, Elle Woods's pink-hued tenacity has been cemented into our pop cultural canon—so much so, that at any point, someone could drop a "Whoever said orange was the new pink was ...
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