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Peter Mountain/Disney
In the new sequel to 'Alice in Wonderland' (2010), screenwriter Linda Woolverton ('Beauty and the Beast') again moves away from the Lewis Carroll stories in favor of something more linear -- a tale about Alice (Mia Wasikowska) searching for the family of the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp).   Read More >>
Alan Markfield/Twentieth Century
Director Bryan Singer brings '80s charm, playfulness, grand scope and great special effects to 'X-Men: Apocalypse.'   Read More >>
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "Captain America" has found a worthy competitor in a bunch of flightless birds. "The Angry Birds Movie" soared to $39 million in its debut weekend, knocking "Captain America: Civil War" off its first-place perch, while new   Read More >>
Provided by Rovio Animation /Sony Pictures
Hollywood is so hungry for movie franchises that it will seek inspiration from almost any source.   Read More >>
Chuck Zlotnick/Universal Studios
The college students played by Chloë Grace Moretz, Kiersey Clemons and Beanie Feldstein want to party on their own turf, by their own rules. So they find a house of their own -- next door to 30-something parents Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne).   Read More >>
Daniel McFadden/Warner Bros.
While many of Shane Black's films are colored by his appreciation for pulp detective fiction, 'The Nice Guys' is one of his purest expressions of it -- a bloody, convoluted 1970s mystery that's as hilarious as it is dark.   Read More >>
Justin Lubin/NBC
Network adds 'Chicago Justice,' drops 'Mysteries of Laura,' 'Heartbeat' and 'Undateable.   Read More >>
Popular romantic whodunit will end its eight-season run next week.   Read More >>
Atsushi Nishijima, TriStar Pictures
George Clooney mugs, dances and pretty much looks like he's having the time of his life in "Money Monster," in which he plays a financial cable show host with the aggression of Jim Cramer and showboating glee of a modern-day Music Man.   Read More >>
Atsushi Nishijima/Sony
Filmmaker Jodie Foster says Hollywood studios are more risk-averse than ever. That means fewer films such as her thriller 'Money Monster' -- which she characterizes as 'intelligent, character driven, with movie stars and opening wide' -- will make it into the pipeline.   Read More >>


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