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Oliver has revealed himself as the mystery buyer of numerous items at Russell Crowe's divorce auction. [Read More]
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Broken Lizard returns with another dose of stupid police humor, but the old routine feels pretty stale. [Read More]
He passed away from complications of pneumonia, according to his manager. [Read More]
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As "Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker's Wild" returns, the hip-hop icon explains why it's now cool to be a game show host. [Read More]
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Michael Bay, Harmony Korine, and others share this dubious honor. [Read More]
Enjoy the silence, because the noise is terrifying. [Read More]
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Big-budget action-adventure "Rampage" outstripped 2 low-budget horror flicks, opener "Truth or Dare" and powerful holdover "A Quiet Place." [Read More]
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He and his brother Paolo directed such classics as "Padro Padrone" and "Night of the Shooting Stars." [Read More]
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"The Rider and "Zama" round out 3 openers directed by women, as Lynne Ramsay's "You Were Never Really Here" continues to pull cinephiles. [Read More]
The sci-fi drama starring Robert Pattinson was expected to premiere at the festival. [Read More]
Pete Davidson can't stop laughing. [Read More]
Josh Singer, who wrote the screenplay for the film starring Ryan Gosling, describes it as a "mission movie." [Read More]
Robert Mueller is on a mission to "catch all of you little fockers." [Read More]
Lost in Space co-creators Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama are already working on Season 2. [Read More]
Former "SNL" writer John Mulaney did solid work in some wacky sketches. [Read More]
The director of "The Skeleton Twins" brings a raunchy gay teen romantic comedy to Netflix. [Read More]
The two-time Academy Award winner was 86. [Read More]
No appreciation of Forman's talent is complete without the masterful black comedies he made during the first stage of his career. [Read More]
And you better believe that Det. Harry Bosch will continue to do his job, dammit. [Read More]
"Lost in Space" features one helluva robot, but the Netflix family drama is strictly for kids. [Spoilers] [Read More]
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