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After a somewhat troubled production that led to the departure of director Edgar Wright, Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man has finally been released in theaters. Audience response seems to be generally positive, with the film becoming Marvel’s 12th straight number one opener. While Ant-Man as a whole embraces the tenets and surroundings of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it also represents a bit of a different approach in their films.

While… Continue reading Comics on Film: The 'Ant-Man' Legacy And What It Means for the Future of Marvel Movies

Here’s your estimated 5-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 – $ 21.6 million ($ 257.7 million total)

2. Penguins of Madagascar – $ 11.1 million ($ 49.5 million total)

3. Horrible Bosses 2 – $ 8.6 million ($ 36.0 million total)

4. Big Hero 6 – $ 8.1 million ($ 177.5 million total)

The season premiere of “The Middle” will reveal that Axl (Charlie McDermott) has not managed to mess up his college scholarship over the summer. Possibly because he doesn’t quite understand the concept of what a scholarship is.

In this clip from Wednesday’s (Sept. 25) premiere — which you can watch exclusively on Zap2it — Frankie (Patricia Heaton) takes her eldest shopping for a few dorm-room essentials. Per usual

blake-shelton-danielle-bradbery-the-voice-winner-nbc.jpg“The Voice” has been the object of criticism in its four-season run for both not launching a superstar on par with “American Idol” and for allowing singers with professional experience to compete. No one is more aware of this than three-time winning coach Blake Shelton.

After Danielle Bradbery scored a three-peat for Team Blake on Tuesday (June 18), Shelton spoke with reporters backstage about the… Continue reading 'The Voice': Blake Shelton talks Danielle Bradbery's win and what it means for the show

Does it matter to us if a movie costs $ 250 million to make?

As they say, you have to spend money to make money. But the amount you dispense is not often proportional to the amount you earn. This is why out-of-control movie budgets continue to scare both Hollywood executives and those of us following the industry, even though many of the most expensive films of all