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Andrew Garfield Says Making ‘Spider-Man’ Was ‘Heartbreaking’: Focus Was on Money Over Soul

Andrew Garfield shot to international stardom playing the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s beloved web-slinger in “The Amazing Spider-Man” in 2012, and then reprising the role in the 2014 sequel. Until then, he was mostly an indie character actor, starring in films like “Never Let Me Go” and “The Social Network.” While featuring in the Marvel Cinematic […]

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‘Squid Game’ Creator Roasts LeBron James After Finale Criticism: Have You Seen ‘Space Jam 2’?

“Squid Game” creator Hwang Dong-hyuk brought up the critically-maligned “Space Jam 2” in response to LeBron James’ criticism of the “Squid Game” finale. During an October 12 press conference, James had this to say about the ending of the show’s first season: “I didn’t like the ending, though. I know it’s supposed to start off […]

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Ray Liotta Turned Down ‘The Sopranos’ Because He ‘Didn’t Want Another Mafia Thing’

A rumor has long percolated that Ray Liotta turned down the chance to play Tony Soprano on HBO’s Emmy-winning drama “The Sopranos,” but that’s not actually true. During an interview with The Guardian this week, Liotta revealed that he did pass on “The Sopranos” but that Tony Soprano was not the role series creator David […]

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Angelina Jolie Says ‘It Hurt’ When Brad Pitt Worked With Harvey Weinstein: ‘We Fought About It’

In a new interview, Angelina Jolie further opened up about her experience with convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein, sharing that she turned down a role in Martin Scorsese’s “The Aviator” to avoid working with him.“If you get yourself out of the room, you think he attempted but didn’t, right?” the actress told The Guardian while reflecting […]

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Frank Oz: ‘Disney Doesn’t Want Me’ Involved with ‘Muppets,’ Has Taken Soul Out of Franchise

Frank Oz revealed in a new interview with The Guardian that he has not been involved with “The Muppets” over the last several years because Disney, which bought the rights to the franchise in 2004, is not interested in working with him. Oz, the iconic puppeteer and voice actor behind Yoda and the director of […]

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‘Paw Patrol: The Movie’ Review: A Technocratic Hellscape Ruled By Watchful Puppy Dog Eyes

“Paw Patrol: The Movie,” subtitled lest young viewers get confused, is a movie based on the popular children’s television series. The computer animated series — of the bright colors, big heads, and wide shimmering eyes variety — was created by “Bob The Builder” helmer Keith Chapman. Following a short stint in Muppets design at Jim […]

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SPC acquires multiple territories on underdog golf drama ‘The Phantom Of The Open’

Craig Roberts directed from Simon Farnaby’s adapted screenplay of book he co-wrote with Scott Murray.SPC acquires has picked up all rights in North America, Thailand, France, and China to UK underdog golf drama The Phantom Of The Open starring Mark Rylance, Sally Hawkins, and Rhys Ifans.Craig Roberts directed from Simon Farnaby’s (Paddington 2) adapted screenplay […]

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Universal Apologizes for Dubbing Laverne Cox in ‘Promising Young Woman’ with Male Actor

Universal Pictures has issued an apology (via Entertainment Weekly) for dubbing Laverne Cox’s dialogue in the Italian release of “Promising Young Woman” with a male actor. The Guardian first reported on the controversy May 12, noting the actor Roberto Pedicini was featured as the voice of Cox’s character. Trans actor Vittoria Schisano told the publication […]

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‘Most Beautiful Boy in the World’ Sells to Juno Films Ahead of Sundance Premiere

Juno Films has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to “The Most Beautiful Boy in the World” ahead of its world premiere at this month’s Sundance Film Festival.The film will be of particular interest to cinephiles, as it tells the story of Björn Andrésen, who became internationally recognizable at the age of fifteen with a key […]

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