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Film bosses behind spooky hit The Woman In Black are set to remake classic horror movie The Abominable Snowman.
Dracula, Frankenstein ripe for retelling the Hammer way.
Emma Thompson has broken her silence on her one-time love rival Helena Bonham Carter, insisting she forgives the actress for embarking on an affair with her ex-husband Kenneth Branagh.
Country star Jennifer Nettles had every reason to smile at the Country Music Association Awards in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night (06Nov13) - her 11-month-old son had just taken his first steps.
His acting as a simple, kind-hearted caretaker deftly balances comedy and drama.
The 30 Rock gag has become a Halloween favorite.
Ben Stiller's feel-good film may divide critics, but has a huge cast and scope to display in this new trailer.
Not quite the Mary Shelley we remember.
Daniel Radcliffe has assured fans that reports of an acting hiatus have been overblown - he's just taking a two-week break after he's finished promoting his new movie Kill Your Darlings.
Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay has landed a leading role in the new Frankenstein adaptation opposite Daniel Radcliffe and James Mcavoy.
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Monster movies (or creature features as many call them) have been scaring the pants off of audiences with their faction of freaks since the Silent Era. This week, one of the most treasured characters in film history is set to return with the help of director Joe Johnston and Benicio Del Toro in The Wolfman and we thought it would be nice to reintroduce you to some of the characters in the creepy collective.
This week, Michael Cera plays Nick Twisp and Francois Dillinger, two characters sharing the same body, in Youth In Revolt. For anyone who thinks that acting is all about playtime, I dare you to look back at these films, where the performers are working twice (and sometimes three or four times) as hard to portray a multitude of characters.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.