Movies

'Top Gun' Star Val Kilmer Reveals He ‘Didn’t Want the Part’

Val Kilmer almost walked away from one of the most iconic films of his career. While he famously played Iceman in the 1986 blockbuster “Top Gun,” the 60-year-old has now disclosed he “didn’t care about the film” when he was auditioning for the role.
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You Can Get Paid $1,000 to Watch All the 'Harry Potter' Films in One Sitting

Five lucky people have the chance to win $1,000 to complete a 25-hour marathon of all the ‘Harry Potter’ films, including the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ films, all in one sitting.
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Lionsgate to Stream ‘John Wick,’ ‘Hunger Games’ and More for Free on YouTube

Lionsgate announced in a press release that it will stream ‘The Hunger Games,’ ‘John Wick,’ ‘La La Land’ and ‘Dirty Dancing’ for free on Friday nights through mid-April.
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A ‘Dune’ Remake Is Coming — Where Are the Stars of the Original 1984 Cult Classic Now?

Vanity Fair shared an exclusive first look at this year’s ‘Dune’ remake starring Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya. While you patiently wait for the reboot, take a look at what the stars from the original 1984 David Lynch film are up to now.
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'That Thing You Do!' Band The Wonders Reunite For Livestream

As a tribute to the late Adam Schlesinger, who recently passed due to COVID-19 complications, the actors portraying The Wonders will be reuniting to host a watch party aiming to raise money for the MusicCares Coronavirus Relief Fund.
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‘Suicide Squad’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 3’ Release Dates Will Not Be Delayed

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many films have postponed their release dates. James Gunn, director of “Suicide Squad” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” wants fans to know that his films will be arriving on time.
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Police Use Terrifying Siren From ‘The Purge’ to Announce Coronavirus Curfew

Local authorities in Louisiana used the ominous siren from the 2013 film “The Purge” to announce the start of a citywide curfew. Video of patrol cars playing the siren has since gone viral after being shared by various people on social media.
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'Star Wars,' 'Aliens' and 'Dark Knight Rises' Actor Jay Benedict Dead at 68 From Coronavirus

Jay Benedict, an actor with roles ‘Aliens,’ ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and ‘Star Wars: A New Hope,’ is dead at 68-years-old. The actor, who had moved to Europe as a child, died from coronavirus complications.
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Sony Postpones Release Dates for 'Ghostbuster,' 'Morbius' and More

With movie theaters shut down, Sony Pictures is changing around and postponing many highly-anticipated movie release as a result of the global coronavirus outbreak. See the new dates for ‘Ghostbuster,’ ‘Morbius,’ and more!
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Pushed Back Until August

“Wonder Woman 1984” is the latest film to have their release date postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Warner Bros. announced they are delaying the release, which was initially set for June 5th, by ten weeks.
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