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Beanie Feldstein on Playing a Teenage Music Critic in ‘How to Build a Girl’

“A 10-year-old could be a rock critic,” is just one of Johanna Morrigan’s priceless lines in the film How to Build a Girl, based on the semi-autobiographical coming-of-age novel and screenplay by former U.K. music journalist Caitlin Moran. Another one? “I’m a rock critic now. I come from urban hell and I describe rock ‘n’...

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Grab Your Inflatable Microphone and Ribbon Wand, Lonely Island’s ‘Popstar: Never Stop Stopping’ is Getting a Sing-Along

Alamo Drafthouse is rolling the movie back into 26 theaters in October. Some of us never stopped stop stopping. But for the rest of you there’s still hope. The Alamo Drafthouse chain of theaters announced on Wednesday (Sept. 25) that The Lonely Island mockumnetary Popstar: Never Stop Stopping is getting a reboot, sing-along style. Yes, Conner4Real...

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How Jennifer Lopez Pulled Off Her Show-Stopping Pole Dancing Sequence in ‘Hustlers’

Months of prep and a rotating pole went into making her opening dance sequence, says choreographer Johanna Sapakie. It’s no small feat for dancers to condense their years of training into a few months to teach an actor their craft. But it is helpful when your student is Jennifer Lopez.  “If you’re going to go...

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Watch Renée Zellweger’s ‘Judy’ Castmates Marvel at Her Transformation: ‘Literally Like Judy’s in the Room’

Renée Zellweger has appeared in more than 30 movies over the past 25 years, scooping up an Oscar and three Golden Globes along the way. But to hear her castmates in the upcoming Judy Garland biopic Judy tell it, you haven’t seen the half of it yet. In a four-minute featurette posted over the weekend in advance...

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Box Office: Placido Domingo Pic Sings Off Key With $80K Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Fathom Events decided to proceed with Saturday’s special screening despite the accusations. A concert pic celebrating the career of Placido Domingo sang out of key at the weekend box office amid allegations of sexual misconduct by the legendary opera singer. The Placido Domingo Gala earned an estimated $80,295 from 284 theaters across the U.S. for a location...

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‘David Foster: Off the Record’ is More Infomercial Than Insightful Documentary

Quick story, courtesy of David Foster: Off the Record. In 1985, David Foster — then a relatively untested 36-years-old music producer — teamed up with Barbra Streisand on her album covering Broadway standards. She requested that he arrange “Somewhere” from West Side Story with a swelling background sound but no orchestration. He used synthesizers, and then took...

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Julie Andrews Says Sudden Success of ‘Mary Poppins,’ ‘The Sound of Music’ Was ‘Like An Assault’

Hollywood success came so suddenly for Julie Andrews, she said it felt like “an assault.” The 83-year-old star is nothing but grateful for everything that’s come her way, but she had the unique experience of having filmed three movies back to back before any had come out — two of which, Mary Poppins and The Sound...

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Box Office: John Travolta Hits Career Low As ‘The Fanatic’ Bombs

Critics have ravaged the stalker thriller, which marks the fourth dud in a row for the actor. John Travolta‘s run of bad luck at the box office is getting longer. His new stalker thriller, The Fanatic, is bombing in theaters this weekend in what’s sure to be a career-worst opening for Travolta by the time final grosses for...

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Hustling for ‘Hustlers’: Lorene Scafaria on Her Long Struggle to Make a Female Crime Drama

The director scrambled to find a last-minute backer for her stripper movie, which stars Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez, but the real challenge was in preserving her vision: “I was worried about turning it into a black-and-white story.” The day before her 40th birthday, Lorene Scafaria received an unwelcome surprise — a call saying that...

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Disney Introduces Animated ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’, New Songs from ‘Frozen 2’ at D23

‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ is a Southeast Asia-inspired fantasy slated for a Thanksgiving 2020 release. Disney introduced a new title, Raya and the Last Dragon, set for a Thanksgiving 2020 release, as well as new details about its Nov. 22 release Frozen 2 before an estimated 7,000 fans gathered Saturday (Aug. 24) at the company’s D23 Expo in...

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