July 1st, 2014
03:16 PM ET
Adam Levine did 'Begin Again' 'for no money'
Adam Levine was willing to start at the bottom to land a role in "Begin Again."
The Maroon 5 frontman is successful enough to command a sizable salary for working in a film, but, like Jonah Hill before him, he took a paycut in favor of experience.
February 20th, 2014
01:28 PM ET
'22 Jump Street': Don't drink while watching this
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill should really issue a warning for their new "22 Jump Street" trailer.
If we were you, we wouldn't eat or drink anything while watching this two-minute clip ... unless you just really want to perfect your spit-take.
Ben Affleck's Batman is going to be 'tired'
Depending on your definition of "seasoned superhero," that phrase could either mean an accomplished pro, "tired and weary," or some combination of both.
It sounds like Warner Bros. is applying the latter to its description of Ben Affleck's Batman, who will appear in 2015's Batman vs. Superman movie.
August 7th, 2013
09:37 AM ET
'Lone Ranger' team: Critics killed our box office
The buzz on "The Lone Ranger" was dismal ahead of the movie's July 3 release, and its opening weekend box office wasn't pretty, either.
But according to The Hollywood Reporter, it wasn't from a lack of promotion. The trade reports that the Walt Disney Co. has suffered because of "The Lone Ranger's" marketing budget, and that the summer action flick could wind up costing the company $190 million.
July 10th, 2013
04:50 PM ET
'Pacific Rim' is a 'Guillermo film on steroids'
Five years after "Hellboy II," Guillermo del Toro is back with another movie that has his signature all over it.
The filmmakers robots-vs.-monsters July 12 epic "Pacific Rim" has been a labor of love, but del Toro told CNN at the sci-fi thriller's Los Angeles premiere that he couldn't "be happier" with the way it's turned out.
"This is a Guillermo film on steroids," del Toro said at Tuesday's event.
July 3rd, 2013
10:02 AM ET
Active military, veterans can see 'White House Down' for free on July 4
Studio Sony Pictures announced Tuesday that both active military members and veterans can make a trip to the theater to see "White House Down" free of charge on July 4 at participating theaters.
As long as the moviegoer has their military ID on them, they can line up for a showing at any Regal Entertainment Group, AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, or Carmike Cinemas theater, and they can also bring along one guest.
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