‘Avengers 2′: James Spader Discusses The ‘Evolution’ of Ultron

Actor James Spader gives a few insights into the process of becoming ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’s central villain.

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‘Constantine’ Premieres to Solid Ratings Against World Series

NBC’s ‘Constantine’ series premiere earns strong ratings despite stiff competition in the form of the 2014 World Series.

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Jill Soloway: How a Detour Into Indie Filmmaking Led to Amazon’s ‘Transparent’

Directing the 2013 feature ‘Afternoon Delight” allowed her to show off her voice

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‘The Walking Dead’ Spinoff Series Pilot Gets a Director

AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ spinoff has chosen veteran director Adam Davidson (Hell on Wheels, Deadwood) to direct the pilot episode.

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Keanu Reeves: I Wanted to Play Batman and Wolverine But Was Passed Over

Was Reeves more deserving than Batfleck?

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Rome Film Review: ‘The Maias: Scenes from Romantic Life’

It wouldn’t be strictly accurate to say that “The Maias: Scenes from Romantic Life” requires viewers to watch paint dry, but there’s certainly a lot of it at rest in Joao Botelho’s boldly stylized Portuguese costumer.

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’99 Homes’ Producer Offers Lindsay Lohan Career Advice

Mohammed Al-Turki also explains the 2015 Oscar push for the Andrew Garfield-starring indie

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Watch Benedict Cumberbatch Give His Best Jar Jar Binks Impersonation

Why can’t the actor pronounce the word “penguin”?

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‘Lego Movie’ Directors Returning to Write Sequel

Phil Lord and Chris Miller are officially heading back to the franchise they helped launch

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Stephen Daldry’s ‘Trash’ Bags Top Rome Fest Nod

British director Stephen Daldry’s “Trash,” about a trio of charismatic kids living next to a Rio garbage dump who stumble upon evidence certain to bring down a corrupt politico, took the top nod at the recently reconfigured Rome Film Festival where, instead of a jury, prizes are decided by paying ticket holders, to serve as… »

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