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The world's fascination with the monster known collectively as a zombie continues to grow, with movies, television serials, novels, comics, video games, and other media forms creating new and distinct types of this creature.
Darby Stanchfield plays Abby Whelan on TV's "Scandal." Stanchfield will be in Tacoma on Monday to speak at University of Puget Sound.
When we last checked in with Steve Coogan - all the way back in early December - the British actor and comedy star was chin-deep in awards-season mode, campaigning for "Philomena," the prestige picture in which he starred opposite Judi Dench, and which he cowrote and produced.
Johnny Depp fans could use a little good news. The genuine talent hasn't made a film worth watching since 2011's Rango, and that was a cartoon - and his only half-decent movie since 2007's Sweeney Todd.
Grandmothers. Eight-year-olds. The nun who was my homeroom teacher in second grade.
Johnny Depp 's new artificial-intelligence thriller probably lacks the processing power to top the U.S. box office charts this weekend.
Actor and director Charles Haid arrives at funeral services for Merv Griffin in Beverly Hills, Calif., Friday, Aug. 17, 2007.
When was the last time Johnny Depp played a romantic lead? Over the past decade the talented actor has turned into one Hollywood's leading box office stars by simply being quirky.
We have been dying to see Zoe Saldana reprise Mia Farrow's iconic role in NBC's upcoming remake of "Rosemary Baby."
Richard E Grant will play Kraken: Lord of the Oceans - in a 3D hologram interactive scene in the world premire of the new musical Water Babies .
I wanted to start off this new entry to my column with a film that incorporates everything you would want in a Hollywood classic.
Ballymena actor Liam Neeson has stepped up his campaign to save the horse-drawn carriages in New York City's Central Park by writing a passionate newspaper column in support of the industry.
The first The Green Inferno trailer has arrived. The film marks Hostel filmmaker Eli Roth 's first directorial effort in six years and revolves around a group of American student activists who travel to the Amazon and are taken hostage by cannibals.
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