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.
Jesse Eisenberg threatens to destroy Daniel Radcliffe in new Now You See Me 2 trailer
What happens when you put a slighted Morgan Freeman in a jail cell? He still finds a way to mess with you… sort of.
Michael Caine on Oscars: 'You can't vote for an actor because he's black'
Michael Caine is the latest star to weigh in on the diversity issues at the Academy Awards.
In an interview with Nick Robinson for BBC Radio 4, Caine was asked about “the argument going on in Hollywood at the moment, that not enough black actors – in fact, none – have been nominated for this year’s Oscars.”
Michael Caine would have starred in Youth 'for nothing'
Michael Caine knows there aren’t as many acting roles for “a lady or old man” as there should be — so that’s why getting the script for Youth, a Paolo Sorrentino comedy-drama about two 70-somethings vacationing in the Swiss Alps, was such a relief.
Michael Caine hasn't forgotten how it's done in exclusive Youth featurette
It’s been a very good year at the movies for great actors of a certain age. Lily Tomlin won raves for Grandma, Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay are an old married couple in the tense 45 Years, and Michael Caine is in the Oscar mix for his performance in Youth.
Michael Caine and Ridley Scott are headed to AFI Fest
AFI Fest is mounting a British invasion. The festival has added conversations with Michael Caine and Ridley Scott and a dual tribute to Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay to its programming slate, organizers announced Monday.
Caine and director Paolo Sorrentino (The Great Beauty) will discuss their new film Youth, in which Caine portrays a retired composer reflecting on his life and work while vacationing in the Swiss Alps with his best friend (Harvey Keitel).
Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel pal around in the Swiss Alps in the trailer for Youth
Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel are two longtime friends vacationing at a Swiss Alps resort in the new trailer for Youth.
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