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Ocean's 8: All-female heist movie nabs summer 2018 release date

Ocean’s 8 has set a date. The all-female caper movie starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, and Rihanna will hit theaters June 8, 2018, Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow announced Wednesday.

Flipping the script on the testosterone-heavy Ocean’s 11 trilogy that featured George Clooney and Brad Pitt, Ocean’s 8 will also star Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, and Awkwafina (a.k.a. rapper and comedian Nora Lum).

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'Speed' 20th anniversary: Screenwriter Graham Yost looks back on 'the bus movie' that became a classic


Screenwriter Graham Yost, now the showrunner of FX’s Justified, admits that the plot of Speed sounds ridiculous: A bomb on a bus will detonate if the bus travels below 50 mph. But when the movie was released June 10, 1994, a funny thing happened: It became a hit with moviegoers and critics alike.

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The 14 best Oscar acceptances speeches since 2006

Winning an Oscar is a triumph in itself, but the victors’ acceptance speeches often contain some of the most exciting moments of any given Academy Awards ceremony. From Heath Ledger’s family receiving a posthumous best supporting actor statue on his behalf to Patricia Arquette publicly calling<span style=”line-height: 1

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Shocktober: What happened to Bradley Cooper and Sandra Bullock at the box office?

Neither the high-wattage star power of Sandra Bullock nor the rock-star charm of Bradley Cooper could conquer the box office this Halloween. Now in the books as the worst weekend of 2015 — with Bullock’s political drama Our Brand Is Crisis earning a paltry $3.2 million in wide release and Cooper’s chef drama Burnt doing just slightly better with $5 million — the frame marks the nadir of a month Hollywood would soon like to forget. 

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Sandra Bullock talks about playing 'a female Karl Rove' in Our Brand is Crisis

Given Sandra Bullock’s impressive record at the box office, you might have thought people would be falling over themselves to write plum parts for the Oscar-winning actress. So why is Bullock playing a role originally intended for George Clooney in the new comedy-drama Our Brand is Crisis (out today), about American political consultants intervening in a Bolivian election?

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