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Was Lily James' Waist Digitally Altered For 'Cinderella'?

March 4th, 2015 3:54pm EST
Lily James Defends Her Teeny, Tiny 'Cinderella' Waist
Actress Lily James has been forced to defend her figure after receiving backlash for her tiny waist in the trailer for her new film "Cinderella." Many have suggested her character was digitally altered because her middle looks unnaturally tiny, particularly in the gigantic blue dress she wears at the ball.

The "Downton Abbey" star told the Los Angeles Times the reason for the look: "I naturally have a really small waist. The skirt's big and the corset pulls me in and that's the point. That’s the shape the costume designer created."

James' co-star Cate Blanchett told "Entertainment Tonig...
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Review: Documentary 'An Honest Liar' Is Five-Star Movie Magic

March 4th, 2015 12:20pm EST
Review: Documentary 'An Honest Liar' Is Five-Star Movie Magic
Anyone who appreciates a decent documentary will tell you that captivating twists and turns can mean the difference between a must see movie and an avoid like the plague picture. But it’s even more unique in this day and age for filmmakers to show a palpable and passionate familiarity with their subject and in the case of the edge of your seat new doc "An Honest Liar" thorough is all but an understatement. Elevating real-life storytelling to a whole other level, this entrancing tale of famed showman James 'The Amazing' Randi effectively blends what the iconic performer was known for with ...
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Jennifer Lawrence Shooting Movie Based on War Memoir with Steven Spielberg

March 3rd, 2015 7:30pm EST
Jennifer Lawrence Shooting Movie Based on War Memoir with Steven
There are few actresses as big right now as Jennifer Lawrence and fewer directors who have established a legacy as great as Steven Spielberg.

So it goes without saying that a movie starring Lawrence and directed by Spielberg would go right to the top of Hollywood's most anticipated films list. And that's exactly what's happening wtih It's What I Do: A Photographer's Life of Love and War.

The movie is an adaption of a memoir of the same name by Lynsey Addario, the award-winning international photographer who chronicled her work in places like Afghanistan after 9/11.

Deadline first reporte...
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Leonardo DiCaprio To Play Challenging Role In 'The Crowded Room'

March 2nd, 2015 5:05pm EST
Leonardo DiCaprio To Play Challenging Role With Multiple Persona
Plenty of talented actors have gone through their career without an Academy Award, but there is one current star who has unfortunately risen to the top of that list in the minds of many Hollywood watchers. Leonardo DiCaprio has been nominated four times for an Oscar as an actor, but has so far come up empty, not the mention the many years he was snubbed and missed out on a nomination altogether.

But it looks like DiCaprio may now be positioning himself to finally break through with his next challenging role. The Hollywood Reporter has the news that DiCaprio has agreed to play the role of B...
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Awww! Justin Surprises Jessica With Set Visit

March 2nd, 2015 2:18pm EST
Justin Timberlake Visits Pregnant Wife Jessica Biel On Film Set
Justin Timberlake made his wife Jessica Biel very happy during a surprise visit to her film set in New Orleans, La., last week. The actress, 32, is pregnant with the pair's first child and is filming "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" alongside Jason Sudeikis and Maisie Williams.

According to E! News, the couple was "all smiles" during Thursday's visit, in which Biel covered up in a baggy beige coat and blue jeans. She also had a cut on her forehead, presumably for the film.

The Hollywood stars wed in 2012 and revealed in January that they were expecting. She is reportedly due to give bir...
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'The Lazarus Effect' Is Mediocre, But Mercifully Short

March 2nd, 2015 12:28pm EST
'The Lazarus Effect' Is Mediocre, But Mercifully Short
Here’s four actors you wouldn’t expect to find in a mediocre horror flick: Olivia Wilde, Mark Duplass, Evan Peters, and Donald Glover. Surprisingly they’re all in The Lazarus Effect and they’re actually believable as the scientific team that’s developing a serum to revive recently deceased organisms. The movie starts out strong because it explores relevant concepts like the religious implications of death and whether people should try to play god, but it quickly becomes average once the team succeeds in reviving a dead human.

That’s because the filmmakers do some resurrecting of their own ...
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Which Film Topped The Weekend Box Office?

March 2nd, 2015 9:40am EST
Focus
"Fifty Shades of Grey" is no longer the top film at the box office. Will Smith and Margot Robbie's "Focus" won the weekend with $19.1 million in ticket sales, bumping the erotic S&M thriller to the fourth spot.

"Focus" centers on Nicky (Smith), a seasoned master of misdirection, who becomes romantically involved with novice con artist Jess (Robbie). After learning all his tricks, Jess abruptly breaks things off, and they meet again three years later in Buenes Aires where Nicky's involved in a very dangerous scheme

"Kingsman: The Secret Service" came in second with $11.7 million, follow...
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Did Jennifer Lawrence Get Into A Screaming Match With 'Joy' Director?

February 28th, 2015 10:00am EST
Jennifer Lawrence Clears Up Rumors About Screaming Match With Di
Rumors have been circulating that Jennifer Lawrence had a falling out with director David O. Russell while filming "Joy," but a studio rep has spoken out to dismiss the gossip.

The actress is filming her third movie with the director and Bradley Cooper in Boston, Mass., and it was widley reported that Lawrence and the filmmaker have been arguing constantly behind the scenes.

The pair reportedly got into a heated argument on Tuesday, but a representative for Fox 2000 told TMZ.com that the fight was a method acting trick to rile up Lawrence for a particularly intense scene.

Lawrence also ...
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Check Out 'Beyond The Lights,' Now On DVD, Blu-ray And Digital

February 28th, 2015 5:05am EST
Check Out 'Beyond The Lights,' Now On DVD, Blu-ray & Digital
In "Beyond The Lights," musician Noni Jean (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) is poised for greatness after winning a Grammy.

In a near-suicidal state brought on by the mounting scrutiny and expectation, she is saved by a police officer, Kaz (Nate Parker).

The two fall in love, despite pressure from each of their families to focus on their own careers.

Danny Glover and Minnie Driver also star.

"Beyond the Lights" was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song "Grateful" by Diane Warren.
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Check Out The First Image Of Eddie Redmayne In His New Role As Transgender Artist Lili Elbe

February 27th, 2015 8:48pm EST
First Look: Eddie Redmayne In His New Role As Transgender Artist
It's been a pretty good week for Eddie Redmayne, who is still riding high after taking home the Oscar for Best Actor at last Sunday's Academy Awards. Redmayne took home the honors for his potrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, which was produced by studio Working Title.

Now, the studio is smartly capitalizing on Redmayne's recent success by releasing the first picture of him on set as transgender artist Lili Elbe in his next project, The Danish Girl.

Working Title tweeted that the film is currently in production and is directed by Tom Hooper, the man behind the camera fo...
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