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Fargo: Celebrate the 20th Anniversary with 15 Things You Didn't Know About the Film Turned TV Series
Originally posted 03/07/2016 03:20PM
Snow. Blood. Accents. And a woodchipper. That's Fargo.
Review: George Clooney, Channing Tatum and A-Listers Galore Have Fun Spoofing Old Hollywood in Hail, Caesar!
Originally posted 02/04/2016 11:45PM
Ah, old Hollywood cinema: the glamour, the stars, the back-lot romances – all fake, of course. But that’s what made it grand.
Originally posted 02/04/2016 02:45PM
"It's escalating the whole subject to a level it doesn't actually deserve"
Originally posted 02/01/2016 09:00AM
You've seen his smooth moves in Magic Mike and pretend-singing on Lip Sync Battle, but did you know Channing Tatum can actually sing and tap dance?
Channing Tatum on the Hurdles of Learning to Sing and Tap Dance for Hail, Caesar!: My Daughter's 'Cried Every Time' I've Sung to Her
Originally posted 01/26/2016 02:00PM
Despite the expert dancing skills he has shown off in movies like Step Up and Magic Mike, Channing Tatum was at a loss when he was asked to tap dance (and sing!) for the upcoming Coen brothers-directed film Hail, Caesar!.
Originally posted 01/05/2016 03:40PM
An awkward thing happened to the Leonardo DiCaprio film The Revenant as it trekked into theaters last last year in hopes of picking up award show nominations: A rumor put the film in headlines but for reasons that none of its publicists were happy about. In early December, 20th Century Fox spokespeople were forced to clarify that no, the film does not feature a scene in which its star is raped by a bear.
Originally posted 10/09/2015 06:00PM
Channing Tatum is picking back up his dancing shoes!
Originally posted 01/16/2014 12:15PM
What the heck just happened?
Originally posted 12/06/2013 04:00PM
From Inside Llewyn Davis to Out of the Furnace, here's what to see and what to skip this weekend at the movies.
Originally posted 12/04/2013 01:00PM
That was the challenge facing a hirsute Justin Timberlake and T-Bone Burnett, who were tasked with writing a cheesy 1960s folk song for the new Coen brothers film Inside Llewyn Davis.
They came up with "Please Mr. Kennedy," an absurd little ditty about a man who's afraid JFK will send him to space against his will.
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