KRAKOW, Poland — A Polish court's decision to deny the extradition of filmmaker Roman Polanski to the United States over a 1977 child sex conviction became legally binding on Friday after an appellate prosecutor's office said it found no justification to appeal it.
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In a year of reboots ranging from entertaining ("Mad Max: Fury Road," "Jurassic World") to dreadful ("Vacation," "Terminator Genisys"), "Creed" may be the most surprising one yet.
It isn't quite as foolhardy as asking a teenage girl to lead a rebellion against a brutal police state. But it's close.
The last thing you'll want to do after you've eaten half your body weight is move. Odds are, you'll be too stuffed on Thanksgiving to even think. These 10 acclaimed movies are all at least three hours long, giving you plenty of time to recover from your turkey coma.
Leave it to our old friend Jimmy Kimmel to send the interwebs into a tizzy yet again. The Clark High School graduate debuted the first trailer for "Captain America: Civil War" during Tuesday's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Dorothy, living on a Kansas farm in the 1930s, probably never would have imagined her dress traveling to Oz -- let alone New York, where decades later it would be valued at over $1 million.
The new "Star Wars" film opens next month, but the Force won't be with the Lord.
Most made-in-Vegas movies — from "Ocean's Eleven" (1960 or 2001, take your pick) to "The Hangover" — are just like tourists. They hit the town, they gaze in wonder at the neon-bedecked excess, they survive assorted hijinks. Then they go home. But a few Vegas movies get us, really get us, right where we live. And no movie fills that bill better than "Casino."
Tony Soprano was the boss. So it's fitting the sale of his Escalade should set a record. The car that the late actor James Gandolfini drove in his role as the mob boss Soprano on the HBO hit show "The Sopranos" sold at auction for more than $119,000.
On Nov. 22, 1995, "Toy Story" hit theaters, introducing the world to Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear and forever changing the way movies are made.
Sure, you could watch your favorite holiday movies in your living room like always. But does your living room have fire pits, a skating rink and a 65-foot screen?
A long time ago in a movie industry far, far away, George Lucas was an experimental filmmaker.
One of the biggest drawbacks to adapting a series of books for the big screen, especially with the obligatory splitting of the final novel into two movies, is the lack of closure.
Someone is assassinating the world's most beautiful people — a list that includes Demi Lovato, Usher, Miley Cyrus, Lenny Kravitz and, most satisfyingly, Justin Bieber — in the first trailer for "Zoolander 2."
Just as Sean Connery marked his return to James Bond duty in a made-in-Vegas movie (1971's "Diamonds Are Forever"), Matt Damon will visit Vegas when he returns to the spy-movie spotlight as Jason Bourne.
You may not be ready for "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer," those evil Starbucks cups and other signs that the holidays are approaching, but you can bet Hollywood is.
Where do you go for theme park rides inspired by maritime tragedies, acid-blooded aliens and children fighting to the death in a dystopian future?
You don't need a bad memory to have forgotten about Dory.
The terminally ill Texas man and "Star Wars" fan who was granted his dying wish to see the new "The Force Awakens" film before it comes out in theaters has died, just a few days after viewing the movie, the man's wife said in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
Bored. Just bored. That's the best way to describe sitting through "SPECTRE," the butt-numbing extension of "Skyfall" that plods along ground so familiar, it's easy to see how Daniel Craig could have grown tired of playing James Bond.
Gunnar Hansen, who terrorized moviegoers as the psychotic, chainsaw-wielding Leatherface in 1974's "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," has died at 68.
Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House is the place to be if you're a James Bond fan.
A dream has come true for a "Star Wars" fan without much time left to live.
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