• 'Clueless' Turns 20: 7 Stories About the Iconic Film from Amy Heckerling

    Tough as it is to believe, it's been 20 years "Clueless" was released, introducing the world to Alicia Silverstone and entirely new lexicon. "I didn’t anticipate anything becoming anything," writer/director Amy Heckerling told ABC News when asked whether she expected "Clueless" to become the cult…

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  • 'Trainwreck' Movie Review: How Funny Is the Amy Schumer Comedy?

    Some are probably going to say Amy Schumer’s deft, beautifully written and hilarious screenplay is revolutionary for flipping the script, so to speak, on dating. What distinguishes "Trainwreck" from those that’ve come before is Schumer’s loud, original, versatile voice. Schumer plays Amy, a…

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  • Fans Can Enter to Win Walk-On Role in ‘Star Trek Beyond’

    “Star Trek” fans, prepare to boldly go where no fan has gone before. The video featured the stars of the upcoming “Star Trek Beyond” on the deck of the fictional U.S.S. Enterprise. Among the actors present were Zoe Saldana, Idris Elba, Anton Yelchin and Karl Urban.

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  • 'Star Wars' Fans Get Peek at Behind-the-Scenes Footage of 'The Force Awakens' at Comic-Con

    The creators of "Star Wars" gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the new movie, the seventh installment of the classic Sci-Fi series. Also gracing the clip of the J.J. Abrams flick is Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in the original movies, the Millennium Falcon and shots of…

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  • 'Minions' Movie Review: Does It Stand Up to 'Despicable Me'?

    In "Minions," we learn the back story of the yellow, Tic Tac-looking, gibberish-speaking henchmen we first met in the "Despicable Me" movies. You see, once the minions emerged from the water, they inexplicably were instantly attracted to the meanest, smartest and, in some circumstances, most evil…

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  • First New 'X-Files' Footage Sneaks Into Promo

    As part of a 201-day-long homage to its groundbreaking paranormal series "The X-Files," Fox has offered up its first sneak peek of agents Mulder and Scully back in action. To prepare fans for the return of David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as the paranormal activity investigating FBI agents Fox…

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  • Evangeline Lilly: Paul Rudd ‘Fricking Sexy’ In ‘Ant-Man’

    Actor Paul Rudd is playing a tiny hero in a Marvel universe big screen reboot of “Ant-Man,” and one of the film’s stars says he’ll make a big impact, especially on the female audience. “Lost” alum Evangeline Lilly, who plays the film’s Hope Van Dyne, was one of several stars who chatted with ABC…

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  • Lea Thompson Talks 'Back to the Future' 30 Years Later

    Many fans of "Back to the Future" can't believe that it's been 30 years since the movie hit theaters. Lea Thompson, who played Lorraine Baines in the movie, is one of them. Crispin Glover was quirky: Glover, who played Thompson's husband George McFly, drove a checkered cab and was "definitely a…

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  • 'Terminator Genisys' Movie Review: Arnold Is Back!

    The beginning of "Terminator Genisys" is promising. Some humans survived the nuclear holocaust and, led by John Connor, eventually rose up against the machines. Kyle tells us all about John and what a swell guy he is.

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  • Emilia Clarke on 'Terminator Genisys,' Fate of 'Game of Thrones' Character

    Emilia Clarke is well known for playing Daenerys Targaryen on HBO’s hit series “Game of Thrones,” and now she’s taking on another popular character: Sarah Connor. In the upcoming film “Terminator Genisys,” Clarke takes on the iconic character originally played by actress Linda Hamilton. It…

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  • Movie Review: See If a Cute Dog Can Save 'Max'

    The title character in "Max" is a dog used by the Marines in Afghanistan to sniff out bombs, weapons and trouble. Spoiler alert: Kyle dies in action and Max is sent home to Texas, where Kyle’s family takes him in. Kyle’s father (Thomas Haden Church) forces Kyle’s rebellious teen brother, Justin…

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  • 'Ted 2' Movie Review: How It Compares to the Original

    "Ted," released in 2012, was a comedy about a perverted, pot-smoking, beer-guzzling, politically incorrect teddy bear. "Ted 2," in theaters now, is a comedy about a perverted, pot-smoking, beer-guzzling, politically incorrect teddy bear. "Ted" was hilarious, albeit a little too long.

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  • 'Batkid Begins' in Theaters Friday: See the Trailer

    The documentary “Batkid Begins” takes an inside look at the 2013 Make-A-Wish event that turned a young boy into Batman and San Francisco into Gotham, and in the process captured the nation’s attention and hearts. The star of the documentary is, of course Miles Scott, the then-5-year-old California…

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  • How Matt Bomer Channeled ‘Magic Mike’ Stripper Character in Real Life

    Actor Matt Bomer says he’s learned to be careful since he found himself channeling his “Magic Mike” stripper character in real life. In an interview with “Good Morning America”’s co-anchor Robin Roberts, Bomer, 37, revealed that he got carried away at his sister’s wedding shortly after completing…

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  • Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer Surprise ‘Magic Mike XXL’ Epic Dance Contest Winner

    “Magic Mike XXXL” stars Channing Tatum and Matt Bomer have plenty spicy dance moves of their own, but on “Good Morning America” this morning the actors joined us to highlight another dancer that’s giving them a run for their money in the moves department. Rico Sergent, a dance teacher at Arkansas'…

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  • Movie Review: 'Dope' Reveals Itself to be Part Spike Lee, Part John Hughes

    Shameik Moore is Malcolm in "Dope," and as the narrator (Forest Whitaker) explains, Malcolm lives in Inglewood, California, in the rough Darby-Dixon neighborhood, referred to as “The Bottoms.” He’s also obsessed with '90s hip-hop culture. Malcolm’s not only passionate about '90s hip-hop, he also…

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  • How 'The Wolfpack' Director Found the Angulo Brothers

    When the six Angulo brothers broke their father’s rules and started leaving the apartment together on their own, they had no idea a chance encounter on the streets of New York would change their lives forever. By April 2010, the Angulo brothers -- Narayana, Mukunda, Govinda, Bhagavan, Krisna (who…

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