• Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Shares What to Expect From 'Fast 8'

    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is back in the driver's seat for "Fast 8," the next installment in "The Fast and the Furious" franchise. The actor shared a photo of himself from the set Saturday as his character, federal agent Luke Hobbs. "If I was going to return for another 'FAST & FURIOUS' I wanted…

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  • 'X-Men: Apocalypse': The Mutants Are Back!

    Lawrence's character Mystique teams up with Charles Xavier, also known as Professor X, to battle the most powerful mutant of all — the invisible and immortal Apocalypse. “It’s got everything you want in your summer blockbusters in terms of all that crash, bang and wallop in action, and all that…

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  • First Look at 'Deepwater Horizon' Trailer

    Mark Wahlberg is bringing the real-life disaster story of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion to life on the big screen."Good Morning America" debuted the new trailer for the film, "Deepwater Horizon," which features the stories of those who worked on the BP rig during its harrowing final…

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  • 'Dancing With the Stars': Deaf Actress Marlee Matlin Congratulates Mirror Ball Winner Nyle DiMarco

    "Wow @DancingABC!!" Matlin tweeted, with a heart emoji. Matlin, who is also deaf, competed on season 6 of "DWTS" and showed solidarity toward DiMarco by attending the finale -- sporting a Nyle T-shirt and all. Matlin was among the slew of celebs to witness DiMarco's winning performance to…

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  • Tye Sheridan Talks Challenges of Playing Cyclops in 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

    The film finds the mutant superheros battling the world's first mutant, Apocalypse, (Oscar Isaac), who recruits his Four Horsemen - Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Psylocke (Olivia Munn), Storm (Alexandra Shipp) and Angel (Ben Hardy) to carry out his nefarious plans. "It's me and Brian Smrz, our…

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  • Jesse Palmer Is Transformed Into Beast From 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

    "X-Men: Apocalypse" hits theaters Friday and no one is more prepared than "GMA's" Jesse Palmer.Palmer got a full-blown mutant makeover to become the X-Men character "Beast." Palmer was backstage during "Good Morning America" with an all-star special effects team for two and a half hours to complete…

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  • 'Thelma & Louise' Turns 25: Looking Back at the Most Feminist Scenes in the Movie

    So, for those who haven't seen the film, here's the gist: In the first 20 minutes, Thelma (Davis), an unhappily married housewife, and Louise (Susan Sarandon) agree to take a road trip together. After he attempts to rape her, no-nonsense Louise intervenes, and ends up shooting him dead.

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  • 'Beauty and the Beast' Trailer Premieres on 'GMA': See Emma Watson as Belle

    The first ever trailer for Disney's new live action version of the classic movie "Beauty and the Beast" debuted exclusively on "Good Morning America" on Monday. Others in the cast include Kevin Kline, Josh Gad, Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Audra McDonald, Ian McKellen and Emma…

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  • Vin Diesel Remembers Paul Walker While Filming 'Fast 8'

    After returning to film the eighth film in "The Fast and the Furious" franchise, star Vin Diesel can't help but remember his late co-star, Paul Walker. "And then looked at me and said Paul would be proud. "Fast 8" will mark the second film in the franchise without Walker, who died November 30,…

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  • 'The Nice Guys' Review: It Will Exceed All Your Expectations

    Starring Russell Crowe and Ryan GoslingRated RFour out of five starsRussell Crowe is bully-for-hire Jackson Healy. You can pay him to beat up your 13-year-old’s creepy drug dealer, or any number of people you think are a threat. Ryan Gosling’s Holland March is a somewhat down-on-his-luck private…

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  • 'Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising' Review: You'll Squirm, But Mostly You'll Laugh

    2014’s "Neighbors" was a funny movie. In a terrific and absolutely gross opening scene, married couple the Radners (Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne) are back, doing the same thing they were doing in the opening scene of the first movie, which this time results in a disgusting sight gag – one sure to…

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  • 'Ferris Bueller’s Day Off' Star Alan Ruck on Movie's 30 Years of Popularity

    Alan Ruck said he still gets stopped in the street for his role in the 1986 classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” a testament he says to the movie’s enduring popularity. Ferris Bueller's Day Off: Where Are They Now? In the movie, Ruck, now 59, played Cameron Frye, the friend in need, to Matthew…

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  • Bryan Cranston on Playing Powerful Role of President Lyndon B. Johnson

    Bryan Cranston and Anthony Mackie are about to give viewers a powerful glimpse into U.S. history. "It seemed to be the right man, for the right time, for the right purpose and, yet, he ascended to that office by the most tragic circumstances," Cranston said on “Good Morning America” today. …

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  • Adam Sandler's Doppelganger Describes Their Red Carpet Meeting

    The real-life doppelganger of movie star Adam Sandler joked that the two are now “besties” after Sandler invited him on the red carpet. Max Kessler, 23, said he has been told for as long as he can remember that he looks like the “Happy Gilmore” star. Kessler himself was shocked though when he…

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  • Michael Fassbender on His Return as Magneto in 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

    The latest adventure in “X-Men: Apocalypse” is set in 1983 when an ancient mutant named Apocalypse awakens after thousands of years and is disillusioned with the world as he finds it. Fassbender’s character is living a normal life in Poland until Apocalypse recruits him as part of his plan to take…

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  • 'Captain America' Wins Box Office for Second Straight Weekend

    "Money Monster" didn't scare moviegoers from seeing "Captain America."For the second weekend in a row, "Captain America: Civil War" was the top movie, earning an estimated $72.6 million from Friday through Sunday. It has now taken in more than $295 million at the domestic box office to…

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  • 'Money Monster' Review: This George Clooney Movie Is 'Awfully Simplistic'

    George Clooney is Lee Gates, a Jim Cramer "Mad Money" type who hosts a popular financial talk show called "Money Monster." It’s a role that allows Clooney to crack wise, be dapper, dance and inhabit a guy with the emotional IQ of a 12-year-old. Julia Roberts is Patty Fenn, his longtime showrunner.…

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  • 'Captain America: Civil War' Scores Fifth-Best Domestic Debut Ever

    "Captain America: Civil War" won the weekend box office battle in a rout.Marvel's latest film earned an estimated $181.8 million, ranking as the fifth-best domestic debut of all time. It trails only "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," "Jurassic World," and Marvel's two "Avengers" films.'Captain…

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  • Jason Bateman Talks About Directing 'The Family Fang'

    Jason Bateman is both directing and starring in the new comedy-drama “The Family Fang.” It is Bateman’s second big-screen directorial project after his hit comedy film “Bad Words,” which was released in 2013. This time heavy-hitters Nicole Kidman, Christopher Walken and Maryann Plunkett join…

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  • Robert Downey Jr. Drops Hint About His ‘Iron Man’ Future

    Although it's unclear how many more films he'll appear in as Tony Stark, Downey seems to be taking the inevitable in stride. “It’s like any athlete,” Downey told Jesse Palmer. In the epic superhero showdown, “Captain America: Civil War," Downey shows up as Tony Stark with a dark side, going…

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