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An Arizona couple says their last name is causing a controversy that’s keeping them off Facebook. What’s in a name? For Facebook, apparently, the …

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Thanks to behind-the-scenes gossip and a bevy of entertainment shows that reveal every backstage development before it moves onstage, it’s time to ask: Are …

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Sony Pictures made the controversial decision Wednesday afternoon to scrap plans for the big premiere of its film The Interview amid concerns about security …

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Just in time for Halloween, I thought I’d share my 10 favorite suspense movies, just in case you’re looking for something to watch while you wait for the trick-or-treaters this year.

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A photo showing movie director Steven Spielberg posing with a dinosaur inspired ire from people who really believe that Spielberg killed a Triceratops! Have …

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The famous Ferris Bueller glass house where Bueller’s best friend “killed” his own father’s sports car is now off the market. You know what …

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Can a movie like Noah, which apparently takes liberties with the actual Biblical narrative, have value in creating a learning opportunity? No, say some …

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Her nickname was “America’s Sweetheart” and Shirley Temple Black kept a generation of Americans smiling during the Great Depression. Black passed away late Monday …

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Actress Joan Fontaine, who stared an Rebecca and Suspicion, and was known for a longtime feud with her sister, fellow actress Olivia de Havilland, …

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Actor Will Ferrell anchored a real-life newscast on Bismark, North Dakota television station KXMB-TV over the weekend. Reviews I’ve seen have been surprisingly positive. …

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One thing you can count on from Hollywood: just when you think there’s the perfect production of a story, someone will want to remake …

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A century ago, April 14, 1912, the luxury ocean liner Titanic struck an iceberg in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic. Roughly two …