Paul Walker’s brothers replace their late brother on the set of “Fast & Furious 7”.
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I always feel like I’m a hard worker except when Marlon Wayans phones. He’s promoting “A Haunted House 2” (he produced it and stars in it); a TV show, “Second Generation Wayans”; and his viral-video site WhatTheFunny.com.
“Captain America” continued to flex its Marvel muscle at the global box office, as “The Winter Soldier” took in $41.4 million domestically and $60.6 million overseas.
Move over, “The Poseidon Adventure.” Fat chance, “Earthquake.” Don’t even try, “Armageddon.”
Michelle Thompson vividly recalls attending a festival in Las Vegas and watching 42 straight short films without seeing a single black face on the screen.
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. says the final book of its “Divergent” trilogy will be made into two parts, following the lucrative formula it has used for “Twilight” and is repeating for “The Hunger Games.”
The ferociously intense “The Raid: Redemption” was an instant classic. But writer-director Gareth Evans went and mucked things up by giving “The Raid 2” a plot. Still, there’s plenty to like in the sequel.
Kevin Costner has made great sports movies (“Bull Durham” and “Field of Dreams”). He’s made good sports movies (“For Love of the Game” and “Tin Cup”). And he’s made “Draft Day.”
The 2011 original earned $143 million in the U.S., but a whopping $341 million in the rest of the world. The sequel’s opening may be muted, though, considering the current glut of family movies, as “Muppets Most Wanted,” “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” “The Lego Movie” and even “Frozen” are still in theaters.
Real-life best friends and comedians Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will co-star in a movie for the first time since 2008’s “Baby Mama.”