20 Things You Never Knew About 'Pretty in Pink'

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Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the John Hughes, Molly Ringwald favorite.Read Full Story

'Avengers: Age of Ultron' is Ultra-Awesome and Blah, Blah, Blah

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Joss Whedon does it again with huge scale action and the year's most star-powered cast. Read Full Story

The New 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Trailer Is Hauntingly Awesome

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And they all didn't live happily ever after.Read Full Story

Here's Our First Official Look at 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

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The new 'Entertainment Weekly' cover shows the robot villain for the first time.Read Full Story

Meet the Newest Members of 'The Avengers' Sequel

By Darrick Thomas on
Joss Whedon's superhero epic The Avengers is one the most (financially) successful films of all time — third behind Titanic and Avatar — so when the sequel comes knocking, no detail or decision goes unnoticed by fans and industry insiders alike, especially when it comes to casting. The Avengers: Age of Ultron won't be out until summer 2015, but Whedon's already found some new faces for the follow-up. Check out who'll be joining Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Thor, and...Read Full Story

NBC Unveils Fall 2013 Schedule: 'Revolution,' 'Parenthood' Shift, 'Community' Held Until Midseason

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NBC became the first broadcast network to unveil its fall schedule on Sunday ahead of its upfront presentation in New York City. James Spader's FBI drama blacklist has landed the coveted post-Voice slot on Monday nights, with Revolution moving to Wednesdays at 8pm. Grimm, meanwhile, will return to its Friday night slot, followed by Jonathan Rhys Meyers' Dracula.Other noteworthy changes to the Peacock network schedule? Parenthood had been moved to Thursday nights at 10pm and Parks and...Read Full Story

James Spader 'Office' Debut: Pass or Fail?

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James Spader made his long awaited debut last night as The Office returned to television -- sans Steve Carell. Question is: how did the Emmy-winning actor do? If Spader was meant to play a cool, dry and intimidating man who sucks the energy of the room he walks into, then he performed admirably. The problem was that he drained the energy from the entire show, which we've come to love for its spastic energy. But we aren't ready discount Spader just yet. Because to be frank, the episode just...Read Full Story