Jena Malone

Jena Malone says The Neon Demon is a 'ballsy' film about gender society should see

Jena Malone, star of films including Stepmom, Saved!, and The Hunger Games franchise, has been acting for most of her life. But fans have never seen her in anything quite like The Neon Demon, Nicolas Winding Refn’s psychological horror film that notably earned a smattering of boos after its Cannes Film Festival premiere in May and has polarized critics ever since.

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Box office preview: Finding Dory to keep swimming past Independence Day: Resurgence

Entering the most crowded frame of the summer thus far, four new wide releases — including blockbuster sequel Independence Day: Resurgence — are headed to theaters this weekend, though nothing seems poised to stop Disney’s Finding Dory from claiming the box office crown for a second week in a row.

Here’s how the June 24-26 box office showdown might play out:

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Allison Janney, Ellen Page, and more pose for PEOPLE's Sundance photo booth

Some of the biggest stars in film have traded Hollywood for Utah this week, as everyone from Nick Jonas to Molly Shannon have descended upon Park City for the annual Sundance Film Festival.

Amidst all the movie premieres and glitzy press events, the stars of this year’s buzziest indie flicks have been stopping by PEOPLE’s exclusive Sundance photo booth to strike a pose — and share details about their new projects.

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Casting Net: Felicity Jones in talks to lead 'Star Wars' stand-alone pic

  • Felicity Jones is reportedly in talks to lead the Star Wars stand-alone film, though sources tell EW it’s not a done deal yet. Just last week, Tatiana Maslany was tied to the project. The film is to be directed by Gareth Edwards, with a screenplay by Chris Weitz. It has not been announced which character the stand-alone will focus on. The films release date is Dec. 16, 2016.
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'Catching Fire' at Comic-Con: Jennifer Lawrence gets raw, Josh Hutcherson grows up -- VIDEO

Is it November yet? Hunger Games fans (especially the ones in San Diego) got a lot of treats Saturday, with the arrival of the most revealing Catching Fire trailer yet and a Comic-Con panel with the cast and crew.

And now we have even more Mockingjay goodness for you: EW’s Laura Hertzfeld caught up with Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson – Katniss and Peeta themselves – along with their co-stars Jena Malone, Willow Shields, and Lenny Kravitz and director Francis Lawrence.

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