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The 'Scandal' Season 2 finale, starring Kerry Washington, had many shocking twists, but the final 10 seconds contained the biggest WTF moment.
Russell Crowe has teamed up with leading historians to urge Italian authorities not to abandon the tomb of the Roman warrior who inspired his film Gladiator.
Like John Ratzenberger & Pixar films, you can bet on these talents to work together again & again.
We could tell you what 'Prometheus' is about -- but then we'd have to kill you.
The director's preference of gore over plot points kept me from ever being able to take it seriously
ABC and Ted Koppel sealed a deal that will ensure the future of the late-night news program Nightline for at least two more years in its 11:35 p.m. time slot ABC Ted Koppel Nightline Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham David Beckham Stella McCartney Mike Tyson Fat Albert Bill Cosby Forest Whitaker Russell Crowe Ridley Scott Tripoli Robert Franke Razors Rio de Janeiro The Simpsons 24 NBC Today book club Outkast Susan-Lori Parks Topdog/Underdog John Agar Shirley Temple Maria Felix
The box office preview of the weekend beginning Feb. 1 Nicole Kidman Ben Chaplin Birthday Girl Slackers Devon Sawa The Count of Monte Cristo Kevin Reynolds Richard Gere The Mothman Prophecies Mandy Moore A Walk to Remember I Am Sam Steve Oedekerk Kung Pow: Enter the Fist Orange County The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Peter Jackson Black Hawk Down Ridley Scott Jerry Bruckheimer A Beautiful Mind Ron Howard Vanilla Sky Kate & Leopold Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Trekkies can breathe a sigh of relief. It looks as though Paramount is going ahead with plans for the tenth Star Trek offshoot, unofficially titled Star Trek: Nemesis.
As "X"-pected, 20th Century Fox's "X-Men" opened to "X"-ceptionally strong business. "X-Men" topped the chart with an "X"-citing ESTIMATED $57.5 million at 3,025 theaters ($19,008 per theater). Its per-theater average was the highest for any film playing in wide or limited release this weekend. Driven by "X-Men" and helped by surprisingly strong holds for the four other Top Five films -- Dimension Films' "Scary Movie," Warner Bros.' "The Perfect Storm," Columbia's "The Patriot" and Bue
SANTA MONICA, Calif., July 2, 2000 -- "Storm" clouds unexpectedly dominated the July Fourth weekend box office skies, raining on what was expected to be Mel Gibson's parade. Nonetheless, there was plenty of room in the holiday marketplace for both Warner Bros.' "The Perfect Storm" and Columbia and Centropolis Entertainment's "The Patriot" to do blockbuster business. "Storm" made big waves with ticket sales of nearly $42 million, while "Patriot" marched ahead, grossing nearly $22 million with ver
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