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Today is Easter. And the secular world of Easter almost always includes rabbits, often well-dressed walking rabbits capable of hiding eggs and carrying baskets and such things.
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For most of its history, Hollywood has demanded physical perfection from its female stars.
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Marg Helgenberger is remarkably calm for an actress waiting for the axe to fall on her newest TV series, but then she's been through the experience before.
"What would it actually be like if you were in the eye of a tornado." At WonderCon 2014, Warner Brothers presented select footage from their upcoming found footage release Into the Storm .
Two Australian films - the new hard-core drama from Animal Kingdom director David Michod and an indigenous story from Ten Canoes director Rolf de Heer - will screen in the official selection at the Cannes Film Festival.
Gahd, the 70s were weird. Get your heads around this: One of the most succesful novel franchises of the era was about incest among the rich.
While it was rumored Scientology came between Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise marriage, that shouldn't be an issue with Tom's new girlfriend Laura Prepon.
The movie "Dark Shadows" is based on the 1970s TV series of the same title. The movie's story begins in the year 1760, Joshua and Naomi Collins, with young son Barnabas, set sail from Liverpool, England to start a new life in America.
Award-winning actress Whoopi Goldberg stars in the film "A Day Late and a Dollar Short," which airs on Lifetime April 19. The Lifetime original movie is based on The New York Times bestseller by Terry McMillan, author of "Waiting to Exhale" and "How Stella Got Her Groove Back."
We've seen several photos of Rosemary and Guy already from NBC's "Rosemary's Baby," and these new images that the network released today show a bit more of them along with our first look at their neighbors, Roman and Margaux Castevet.
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.
Ever since the final credits of the Wisconsin Film Festival rolled the night of April 10, workers have been tallying the results of the annual Steep & Brew Audience Award competition.
Canadian director Arie Posin's debut film, The Face of Love , is very much a case of "not a bad film, shame about the premise."
If you manage to recover from The Fault in Our Stars by August, you can end the summer the same way you started it: crying in a movie theater.
A mesmeric thriller, Lucy Bailey's acclaimed production of DIAL M FOR MURDER returns to the stage following its hugely successful premiere in 2009.
Hollywood star power will vie with world cinema and a large crop of French films, including New Wave director Jean-Luc Godard's latest, for the top prize next month at the 67th Cannes film festival, the world's most important cinema showcase.