Jesse Eisenberg

Box office preview: Finding Dory to out-swim Central Intelligence

Swimming into theaters this weekend as Fandango’s top animated pre-seller of all time is Pixar’s long-awaited sequel Finding Dory, and there’s no questioning the hold it has on worldwide audiences.

After the hefty grosses of films like Zootopia, The Jungle Book, and Captain America: Civil War, Disney is looking at yet another 2016 box office giant with its sequel to the 2003 animated hit — one that can set the studio back on course after Alice Through the Looking Glass failed to deliver at the domestic box office.

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Box office preview: Can The Conjuring 2 scare off Now You See Me sequel?

The curse of the 2016 sequel will seemingly meet its match this weekend, as popular continuations of hit movies invade North American theaters on their way to solid domestic grosses. 

With X-Men: Apocalypse and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows quickly tumbling their way down the top 10,  there’s more than enough room for newcomers The Conjuring 2, Now You See Me 2, and Warcraft to make waves amid another weekend stuffed with multiple new wide releases.

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Daniel Radcliffe returns to the world of magic in Now You See Me 2

Since filming the last of the Harry Potter films, Daniel Radcliffe has appeared in an incredibly diverse array of movies whose only common factor is their lack of connection to the world of Hogwarts. But in the upcoming sequel Now You See Me 2, in theaters June 10, the actor is returning to magic with his role as a villain named Walter who strong-arms the Four Horsemen into carrying out a heist for him. Why did he decide to take the part? And is it really true he didn’t even notice the connection until after he had signed on to make the movie?

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Café Society trailer: Jesse Eisenberg falls for Kristen Stewart in Woody Allen's latest

On the eve of its premiere at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, the new trailer for Woody Allen’s cinematic ode to the Hollywood of yesteryear, Café Society, has arrived online.

The latest film from the prolific Allen, Café Society takes place in 1930s Hollywood after New York native Bobby Dorfman (Jesse Eisenberg) travels to the West Coast, where he falls in love. He soon finds himself back to New York, however, where he succumbs to the temptations of the vibrant high society nightlife.

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Woody Allen, Jesse Eisenberg go Old Hollywood in Café Society trailer

Woody Allen and Jesse Eisenberg take on Hollywood’s Golden Age in the first trailer for Café Society.

Unveiled by Mars Films, the movie’s French distributor, the trailer finds Eisenberg doing his best Allen impression while portraying a young man trying to make it in 1930s Tinseltown.

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