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'Bronx Tale' actor Lillo Brancato gets post-prison acting job

'Bronx Tale' actor Lillo Brancato gets post-prison acting job

Actor Lillo Brancato has booked his first acting job since being released from prison late last year, the New York Post reported Tuesday.
'Dallas Buyers Club' tops movies-on-demand chart

'Dallas Buyers Club' tops movies-on-demand chart

Best Picture Oscar nominee "The Dallas Buyers Club" is the No. 1 movie-on-demand in the United States, Rentrak announced Monday.
Harold Ramis -- 'Ghostbusters' writer, co-star -- dead at 69

Harold Ramis -- 'Ghostbusters' writer, co-star -- dead at 69

Comic actor, director and writer Harold Ramis died Monday in Chicago after a long battle with autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, TMZ reported. He was 69.
Salma Hayek's brother Sami hurt in LA car crash

Salma Hayek's brother Sami hurt in LA car crash

Actress Salma Hayek's brother suffered several broken ribs and facial lacerations in a Los Angeles car crash that left one person dead, police said.

'LEGO' takes box office for third straight weekend

"The LEGO Movie," with the voice of Will Ferrell among others, led the box office for the third straight weekend with $31.45 million.

Oscars consolation gift bags worth $80,000

Consolation gift bags worth some $80,000 will be given to Academy Award nominees who don't win the coveted gold statue, Us Weekly reported.

Liam Neeson talks about getting too old to play action heroes

Liam Neeson told U.S. news show "60 Minutes" the death of his wife, Natasha Richardson, five years ago still does not seem real to him.
Coogan says he was moved by the true story that inspired 'Philomena'

Coogan says he was moved by the true story that inspired 'Philomena'

Actor, writer and producer Steve Coogan, who is half Irish and was raised Catholic, has said he felt a deep connection to the stirring true story at the heart of his Oscar-nominated big-screen drama, "Philomena."
KAREN BUTLER, United Press International
Weinstein laments rushing 'August: Osage County' into festival

Weinstein laments rushing 'August: Osage County' into festival

Producer Harvey Weinstein says he did his movie "August: Osage County" a disservice by insisting it be ready for the 2013 Toronto Film Festival.
'The Lego Movie' reaches $200 million milestone

'The Lego Movie' reaches $200 million milestone

"The Lego Movie" has passed the $200 million milestone at the worldwide box office, less than two weeks after its release, Hollywood's Warner Bros. said.
Amanda Bynes 'doing great' after hospitalization

Amanda Bynes 'doing great' after hospitalization

Amanda Bynes' lawyer told People.com the U.S. actress is "doing great" after her high-profile hospitalization for psychiatric care last year.
Christoph Waltz to serve as presenter at the Oscars

Christoph Waltz to serve as presenter at the Oscars

Austrian actor Christoph Waltz is to serve as a presenter at this year's Academy Awards show in Los Angeles, producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced.
Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara up for 'Fantastic Four' roles

Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara up for 'Fantastic Four' roles

Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell are in talks to star in Fox's "Fantastic Four" reboot, the Hollywood Reporter said.
Meryl Streep to co-star with Carey Mulligan in 'The Suffragette'

Meryl Streep to co-star with Carey Mulligan in 'The Suffragette'

Triple Oscar winner Meryl Streep is to play U.S. political activist Emmeline Pankhurst in the women's rights drama "Suffragette," TheWrap.com reported.
Philip Seymour Hoffman leaves estate to longtime girlfriend

Philip Seymour Hoffman leaves estate to longtime girlfriend

The late actor Philip Seymour Hoffman left a will bequeathing most of his estate to his longtime girlfriend and requesting his son be raised in New York.
'Ride Along 2' in the works, report says

'Ride Along 2' in the works, report says

Hollywood's Universal Pictures is developing a sequel to its blockbuster comedy "Ride Along," starring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, Variety reported.
'Dallas Buyers Club' tops movies-on-demand list

'Dallas Buyers Club' tops movies-on-demand list

Best Picture Oscar nominee "Dallas Buyers Club," starring Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto, is the No. 1 movie on demand in the United States, Rentrak said.
Michelle Rodriguez says she is dating Cara Delevingne

Michelle Rodriguez says she is dating Cara Delevingne

U.S. actress Michelle Rodriguez has confirmed she is dating supermodel Cara Delevingne.
'Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa' tops DVD sales, rental charts

'Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa' tops DVD sales, rental charts

The raunchy comedy "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa" is the top-selling DVD and rental in the United States, Rentrak announced Tuesday.
Downey says, 'We cast Satan out' of 'Son of God'

Downey says, 'We cast Satan out' of 'Son of God'

U.S. film and TV producer Roma Downey says she and her husband Mark Burnett have literally exorcised Satan from their upcoming movie "Son of God."
Robert De Niro says he still wants to make 'The Irishman' film

Robert De Niro says he still wants to make 'The Irishman' film

Actor and producer Robert De Niro says he still plans to make his long-gestating film adaptation of the true-crime book "I Heard You Paint Houses."
Anne Hathaway to be a presenter at next month's Oscars ceremony

Anne Hathaway to be a presenter at next month's Oscars ceremony

Actress Anne Hathaway is to serve as a presenter at next month's Oscars ceremony in Los Angeles, show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced Tuesday.
Helen Mirren of 'The Queen' headliner at Buckingham Palace reception

Helen Mirren of 'The Queen' headliner at Buckingham Palace reception

Helen Mirren says there was no mention of the times she has portrayed the British monarch when she was presented to Queen Elizabeth Monday at Buckingham Palace.
'Monuments Men' to screen at the White House

'Monuments Men' to screen at the White House

The cast and crew of "The Monuments Men" are to attend a screening of the World War II picture at the White House, Variety reported.
Jennifer Lawrence, Daniel Day-Lewis to be Oscars presenters

Jennifer Lawrence, Daniel Day-Lewis to be Oscars presenters

Last year's Best Actor and Actress Oscar winners Daniel Day-Lewis and Jennifer Lawrence are to serve as presenters at the 2014 Oscars ceremony in Los Angeles.
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