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When EW caught up with the 25th winners of The Amazing Race, they were hoarse from celebrating all weekend with their “race family,” but still flying high from the $ 1 million win. Amy and Maya—Candy Scientists, by trade—beat out three much more physically imposing teams, two-thirds of whom were professional athletes (one-third of whom were potentially teeth-cleaning super humans), to become only the third all-female first-place finishers in… Continue reading ‘The Amazing Race’ Q&A: How the Scientists became ‘TAR’ top dogs

Director Marc Webb’s reboot of the Spider-Man film series has been a surprisingly polarizing topic among comic book fans and movie lovers. While 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man was well received and managed a respectable box office gross, some people were left scratching their heads at the idea of a reboot for a successful franchise happening barely a decade after the original series began. Still, Webb’s direction and the… Continue reading Comics on Film: Andrew Garfield and the Tangled Future of the 'Amazing Spider-Man' Franchise

Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Gone Girl – $ 38.0 million ($ 38.0 million total)

2. Annabelle – $ 37.2 million ($ 37.2 million total)

3. The Equalizer – $ 19.0 million ($ 64.5 million total)

4. The Boxtrolls – $ 12.4 million ($ 32.5 million total)

5. The Maze Runner – $ 12.0 million ($ 73.9 million total)




Critics weren’t so kind to “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ when it was released earlier this year, and it seems that star Andrew Garfield wasn’t so fond of it, either.

In an interview with The Daily Beast, Garfield admitted that he agreed with some of the criticisms lobbed against the film — namely, the lack of a coherent narrative and the overabundance of villains running rampant — and revealed… Continue reading Andrew Garfield Wasn't Happy With Final Cut of 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Either

THE SCENE

Pictured above: Prior to the premiere of Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young, Ben Stiller jogs up and down King street signing autographs and taking selfies with a crowd chanting his name. 

Pictured below: Alternatively, prior to the midnight screening of Kevin Smith’s Tusk, (which received a standing ovation from the late-night crowd) everyone in line was given walrus masks. Thanks to our buddy Matt Patches for… Continue reading Toronto Buzz: 'Tusk,' Chris Rock, 'While We're Young' and an Amazing Grilled Cheese Sandwich