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James Corden makes Jessica Alba, Kate Mara, and Ken Jeong flinch with fruit

James Corden’s games are getting increasingly stacked. On Wednesday night, he brought together three guests (Ken Jeong, Jessica Alba, and Kate Mara) to play a game called Flinch. One by one, the celebrities stood behind a glass pane and tried not to flinch as Corden catapulted fruit at them. As each one took their turn, Corden would distract them by asking an innocuous question (such as “what did you have for breakfast today?”) and then fire as they answered, to their shock. It worked for all three of them, especially Mara, who looked positively jittery when it was her turn. 

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Shia LaBeouf battles PTSD in new Man Down trailer

Shia LaBeouf last played a free spirit in the critically acclaimed American Honey, but the actor’s going in the opposite direction for his next project: In Man Down, he portrays a U.S. Marine named Gabriel who returns home from war to find a chaotic America — and his wife (Kate Mara) and son (Charlie Shotwell) missing.

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Box office report: Don't Breathe repeats at No. 1 over quiet holiday weekend

As the summer movie season fades away, domestic box office totals have softened compared to the record-breaking grosses seen earlier in the year, as Don’t Breathe yet again tops a relatively quiet weekend of underperforming newcomers. Still, overall domestic box office totals are up around 5.7 percent from the same frame last year, with 10 of the past 11 weekends having out-paced their 2015 counterparts.

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Kate Mara says she'd return for another Fantastic Four movie

Kate Mara has joined a sequel to the 2015 box office flop Fantastic Four… in spirit. 

Speaking to IGN while promoting her new movie, the sci-fi thriller Morgan, the 33-year-old responded to a question about the potential for a continuation of Josh Trank’s critically-maligned Fantastic Four reboot, indicating interest in starring in the project if it were to happen.

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Kate Mara, Ed Helms join Chappaquiddick

Kate Mara will play the tragic victim in Chappaquiddick. The former House of Cards star and Ed Helms have been cast in the political thriller, their reps confirm to EW. 

Mara is set to portray Mary Jo Kopechne, the 28-year-old campaign worker who died in the infamous 1969 car crash. Jason Clarke is playing Sen. Ted Kennedy, who accidentally drove his car off a bridge and into the water below; Kopechne was trapped in the car and died, while Kennedy escaped. Kennedy later pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of the crash after causing injury.

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Morgan trailer: Kate Mara gets an ominous introduction to artificial life

What happens when the creation surpasses the creator? Kate Mara may find out the hard way in the sci-fi thriller Morgan, which just released a foreboding teaser trailer.

Marking the feature directorial debut of Luke Scott, a commercial veteran and son of filmmaker Ridley Scott, Morgan follows a corporate troubleshooter (Mara) dispatched to a top-secret site to investigate and assess a synthetic life form.

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First look at Kate Mara in Luke Scott's sci-fi thriller Morgan

Kate Mara comes face to face with the future in the upcoming sci-fi thriller Morgan, and it’s not quite human.

EW has an exclusive first look at the 20th Century Fox film, which marks the feature directing debut of Luke Scott, the veteran commercial helmer and son of acclaimed filmmaker Ridley Scott.

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