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Scores of superheroes, sequels are coming to the big screen in 2018 2017 may not have been the greatest year for movies at the box office, but that hasn't deterred the big studios from launching the same kinds of films in 2018 -- led by lots of superheroes, not unlike most years this past decade.   Read More >>
 
Scrooge, Marley and the Christmas ghosts can be a bit scary to little kids. But everybody loves "Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer," a holiday classic since he first appeared on TV screens in the classic 1964 holiday film.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- Every now and then, I'll listen to a favorite album, or pick up a well-worn book, and think how nice it would be to experience it again for the first time.   Read More >>
 
NEW YORK -- He says MAGA. She says covfefe. This year has been all about politics, so why not roll with that come holiday gift time? Some ideas for your red and blue staters: THE CAPS: Because who doesn't love a good baseball-style cap?   Read More >>
 
Managers of the new O'neil Cinemas about to open in The Point describe it as the most advanced movie theater out there.   Read More >>
 
The box office might be struggling this year, but the horror genre is alive and well. This weekend the "Groundhog Day"-like horror pic "Happy Death Day" scored a first-place finish, surpassing expectations and blowing the much costlier and   Read More >>
 
Amid a new and intense rap, Eminem raised a fist in support of Colin Kaepernick -- who raised a metaphoric fist in return.   Read More >>
 
NEW YORK (AP) -- Designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig are two fashion swans worthy of the red-carpet gowns they create for A-list stars.   Read More >>
 
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Hollywood establishment, slow to react to the initial sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, began speaking out against him more forcefully Monday after the powerful studio boss was fired by his own company.   Read More >>
 
The three-time Academy Award winner, feminist and philanthropist also praised the women who came forward to tell their stories to The New York Times about allegedly being sexually harassed or otherwise mistreated by Weinstein -- whom Streep once hailed as "God" in an Oscar acceptance speech. .   Read More >>
 
 

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