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6- Second Review: The PurgeComedy, horror, and Shakespeare all wrapped into one weekend? How could this be?!

This weekend marks the release of three very different movies: “The Internship,” “The Purge,” and “Much Ado About Nothing.”

“Wedding Crashers” duo Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson re-team for “The Internship,” the story of two out-of-work salesmen who take an internship at Google, hoping to eventually win… Continue reading Weekend Movies: 'The Internship,' 'The Purge,' 'Much Ado About Nothing' (VIDEO)

After Joss Whedon finished filming his $ 220 million mega-blockbuster “The Avengers,” he knew he had to do something to unwind. And while most people would take a well-earned vacation after a massive project like that, Whedon instead chose to make another movie. Filmed in 12 days. At his house. Because of course he did.

Inspired by informal Shakespeare readings he and his friends had been holding… Continue reading 'Much Ado About Nothing' Star Alexis Denisof Talks Joss Whedon Genius

Grown Ups 2

The all-star comedy cast from ‘Grown Ups’ returns (with some exciting new additions) for more summertime laughs. Lenny (Adam … Read More

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It’s Adam Sandler and Kevin James vs. suburban life in the first, full-length trailer for “Grown Ups 2.”

This time around, the gang — Sandler, James, Chris Rock, David Spade — are back for more hijinks in the sequel to 2010’s comedy… Continue reading 'Grown Ups 2' Trailer Premiere: Nothing But a Good Time for Adam Sandler and Friends (EXCLUSIVE)

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Jon Snow might prepared to face off against the King Beyond The Wall, Mance Rayder, in Season 3 of “Game of Thrones,” but there’s one element of his plan to infiltrate the Wildlings that he’s not ready for: the red-headed warrior Ygritte. Series stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie got to show off their wonderful chemistry on screen at the end of Season 2, and… Continue reading 'Game of Thrones' Season 3: Kit Harington, Rose Leslie and John Bradley talk archery, love interests and 'You know nothing, Jon Snow'

  • Moviefone Presents…

    This year’s winners!

  • Most Extreme Role Adjustment

    <strong>WINNER:</strong> Kristen Stewart, “Breaking Dawn, Part 2″ And “On The Road” The epic variance of these roles cannot be understated. Stewart went from playing the sweet, naive Bella (hesitant to kiss) to playing the sexually rebellious Marylou (multiple sexual partners) — literally a cinematic leap for the young actress.

  • Best Singing by Men (Ensemble)

    <strong>WINNER:</strong> “The Hobbit” Dwarves You’d think “Les Miserables” would win