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Johnny Depp Stars as Donald Trump in a Hilarious New Biopic

By Areeba Abid on
Who needs an Oscar nomination when you can play Donald Trump?Read Full Story

Dead in the Water: 'In the Heart of the Sea'

By Joe Robberson on
This is 'Moby-Dick' without all the, you know, good stuff.Read Full Story

Jena Malone Talks 'The Rusted', 'Neon Demon', Admits She Doesn't Have TV

By Joe Robberson on
The 'Hunger Games' actress does things her own way.Read Full Story

20 Things You Never Knew About 'Apollo 13'

By Joe Robberson on
Let's celebrate the 20th anniversary of the amazing true story, starring Tom Hanks.Read Full Story

Chris Hemsworth Fights a Whale, Talks In a New England Accent, in 'In the Heart of the Sea'

By JJ Duncan on
Basically this is the movie where Thor fights Moby Dick.Read Full Story

The Famous Faces Behind TV's Unseen Narrators

By Darrick Thomas on
(Getty) Narration is a familiar tool in the TV trade, but usually it's done by one of the show's characters or by a regularly seen host. Most of the time there's a face to put to the words that move the story along. However, on occasion the narrator is just a voice, a faceless yet typically omniscient presence there to comfort and entertain without ever appearing onscreen. But just because we don't see these narrators doesn't mean they're not famous. Meg Ryan, a household name by any standard...Read Full Story

Tom Hanks & Ron Howard Prepare to Make Boatloads of Cash on a Third 'Da Vinci Code' Movie

By JJ Duncan on
(Getty Images)As if Tom Hanks and Ron Howard didn't already have enough money — money undoubtedly stored in safe rooms with mysterious locking mechanisms fabricated in the hopes of baffling all but the most esoterically studied cryptographers — the two are now officially set to reteam for a third movie about Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon. Author Dan Brown's latest book, Inferno, follows both The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, both of which made lots of money for the star and director...Read Full Story

Get the Scoop on the Real-Life Inspiration for 'Rush' in This New Featurette

By Darrick Thomas on
Video: 'Rush' behind-the-scenes exclusive movie clip Chris Hemsworth's taking a break from the hammer-wielding and world-saving to get behind the wheel of a Formula One death trap in Ron Howard's Rush. The film follows the real-life 1970s rivalry between Brit James Hunt (Hemsworth) and Austria's Niki Lauda, played by Daniel Bruhl who you may recognize as the sniper from Inglorious Basterds. In this new featurette, the cast and director discuss the true story behind this adrenaline-fueled tale...Read Full Story

'Rush' Trailers: More Fast Than Furious

By Darrick Thomas on
Chris Hemsworth's taking a break from the hammer-wielding and world-saving to get behind the wheel of a Formula One death trap in Ron Howard's Rush. The film follows the real-life 1970s rivalry between Brit James Hunt (Hemsworth) and Austria's Niki Lauda, played by Daniel Bruhl, who you may recognize as the sniper from Inglorious Basterds. The writing leaves a lot to be desired — "It's a wonderful way to live, and it's the only way to drive," and, "The closer you are to death, the more alive...Read Full Story

'Arrested Development' Video: Tobias Fünke's Acting Sizzle Reel

By Jill Slattery on
Tobias Fünke wants Ron Howard to insert him anywhere. David Cross' eccentric Arrested Development character may be the world's first analrapist, but everyone knows he's always wanted to be an actor. That's why Tobias has put together a hilarious acting sizzle reel that shows him playing everything from a doctor to a leather daddy to a cowboy (so basically, every member from The Village People). The video urges director Ron Howard to feel free to "insert me anywhere" and ends with a website...Read Full Story