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5 Movies Coming in February You Don't Want to Miss

By Joe Robberson on
'Fifty Shades of Grey'? No thanks. These are the real movies to see next month.Read Full Story

Ryan Reynolds Talks to Cats, Kills People in 'The Voices'

By JJ Duncan on
The dark comedy wooed a stellar cast for a very strange story.Read Full Story

Play or Be Played in the New Poster for Justin Timberlake's 'Runner, Runner'

By Lani Conway on
Justin Timberlake is a straight-edge guy who just wants to pay for his very expensive Ivy League education. So, he gets involved in online gambling, wins big, then looses it all to the site's boss (Ben Affleck). From there, it's exotic destinations, illegal activity, and plenty of reasons why you should think twice before placing your bets. In the new poster for Brad Furman's thriller, the conflict between the two actors is pretty clear — the two will go head-to-head and try to outsmart the...Read Full Story

WATCH: Justin Timberlake Places His Bets in 'Runner Runner'

By Lani Conway on
Paying for college is a feat in and of itself. It's expensive, for one, and student loans and their high interest rates have the ability to add a financial burden and stress that's just not needed when all you're trying to do is "find yourself." But leave it to Justin Timberlake to get a bit creative in solving this dilemma. In Brad Furman's (The Lincoln Lawyer) crime thriller Runner Runner, Timberlake plays a Princeton student who tries to pay his college tuition with money he wins from...Read Full Story

WATCH: Saoirse Ronan Is 16 Forever in Gothic 'Byzantium'

By Lani Conway on
In Byzantium, it looks like director Neil Jordan takes the gothic drama right out of his 1994 film Interview With a Vampire, and trades in two males leads for Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton, mother-daughter vampires who must flee from their very long past and seek refuge in a deserted guesthouse in a run-down coastal town. Like Interview With a Vampire, Jordan isn't afraid to go heavy on the drama , lore, and play up of the mystique that two female vamps with plenty of secrets to reveal...Read Full Story
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