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“The LEGO Movie” built a huge lead ahead of the weekend’s new releases at the box office.

In its second weekend, the Warner Bros. animated film featuring the voices of Chris Pratt and Will Arnett earned $ 48.8 million to take first place, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Sony’s romantic comedy “About Last Night” starring Kevin Hart came in second with $… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'The Lego Movie' Continues Being Awesome at Number One

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

1. The Lego Movie – $ 69.1 million

2. The Monuments Men – $ 22.7 million

3. Ride Along – $ 9.3 million

4. Frozen – $ 6.9 million

5. That Awkward Moment – $ 5.5 million

6. Lone Survivor – $ 5.2 million

7. Vampire Academy – $ 4.1 million

8. The Nut Job – $ 3.8 million

9. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – $

He claims working on The Wolf of Wall Street was the greatest experience of his life, and his performance shows it. Jonah Hill is pretty incredible in Martin Scorsese’s latest — a sort of Goodfellas companion film that tracks the real-life rise and fall of Wall Street schemer Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his trusty right-hand men, one of whom is played terrifically by Hill. 

It is… Continue reading Dialogue: Jonah Hill on Sex, Greed, Awesome '90s Clothing and 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

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If you don’t know a Hadouken from a Shoryuken, then you might not appreciate this story in the same way most videogame fans do, but if you read those terms and instantly remember afternoons spent lining up quarters on a Street Fighter arcade cabinet, then you’re going to dig this documentary.

The Penny Arcade Report (the news branch of the popular – and controversial… Continue reading Celebrate the Greatness of 'Street Fighter' with this Awesome, Free Documentary

arrow-undertaking-121-stephen-amell-oliver.jpgAchieving a balance between romance and action, plot and heart isn’t the easiest thing for a show to do in its freshman season, but “Arrow” has surpassed all of our considerably high expectations this year. So much so that we pretty much despise every time the show goes on hiatus. And we’re not alone.

“Breaks are terrible,” Stephen Amell agrees. “I understand why they’re necessary… Continue reading #Arrow star @amellywood tells us 10 awesome things about the end of the season