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Box office report: 'Captain America' crosses $200 million in its third week

It’s a great day to be a Marvel superhero: Captain America: The Winter Soldier took the No. 1 spot for the third weekend in a row, earning $26.61 million this holiday weekend, allowing it to cross that magical $200 million finish line. For comparison’s sake, this sequel — directed by Anthony and Joe Russo — has already outearned 2011′s Captain America: The First Avenger, which ended its run with $176.65 million. READ FULL STORY

'The Hateful Eight': Quentin Tarantino says he's still working on the film

The Hateful Eight isn’t dead after all.

Quentin Tarantino vowed to kill the project – a Wyoming-set, post-Civil War western — when the script was leaked in January.

“I’m going to publish it [as a book], and that’s it for now,” the director said at the time. “I give [the script] out to six people, and if I can’t trust them to that degree, then I have no desire to make it. I’ll publish it. I’m done. I’ll move on to the next thing. I’ve got 10 more where that came from.”

But at an all-star reading of The Hateful Eight script on Saturday, the director admitted things had changed. READ FULL STORY

New 'Godzilla' trailer: See the monster roar -- VIDEO

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Legendary and Warner Bros. having been offering teases for the new Godzilla film for months, but we haven’t gotten a good look at the latest incarnation of the monster itself — until now.

In a TV spot unveiled Friday, the headliner makes a glorious appearance, unleashing that iconic Godzilla roar. Oh, and there’s tons of people fleeing the destruction the monster leaves in its nuclear disaster-tinged wake. Take a look: READ FULL STORY

Box office update: 'Captain America 2' brings in a heroic $9.57 million on Friday

Apparently, it’s hard to keep a good soldier (and movie!) down: Captain America: The Winter Soldier brought in an estimated $9.57 million for Disney/Marvel on Friday night, keeping it in the top spot for its third week in release. The movie — directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and starring Chris Evans as the ever-likeable Steve Rogers — has been well-received by critics and audiences (it has an A Cinemascore) and is on pace to cross the magic $200 million mark this weekend. READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Max Greenfield to star in dramedy 'Hello My Name Is Doris'; Plus more

New Girl‘s Max Greenfield will reunite with They Came Together co-writer David Wain for his upcoming comedic drama Hello My Name Is Doris. According to Greenfield, who spoke to The Wrap about the upcoming project, the film will focus on Doris, an older woman who must start anew after her mother passes on. When Doris meets a younger man, she believes him to be the answer to finding a new life for herself in the city. [The Wrap] READ FULL STORY

'Animal': Horror film's first full trailer and poster -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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“For me it is a classic horror film in the sense that there is screaming, and it’s gory, and the killings are so amazing,” says rapper and actress Eve about her new film, Animal. Well, that does tick many of the crucial horror film boxes.

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Tribeca Film Festival: Husband-wife duo Ryan Piers Williams and America Ferrera team up for 'X/Y'

Despite the age-old trend of real-life couples teaming up for films, actor/director Ryan Piers Williams insists that wife America Ferrera wasn’t the obvious choice as the lead for his film X/Y. READ FULL STORY

Alice Cooper is 'Super Duper' in new Tribeca documentary -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Before Alice Cooper the shock-rocker of the 1970s, there was Alice Cooper the band. And before Alice Cooper the band, there was Vincent Furnier. The son and grandson of Christian ministers, Furnier was an aspiring artist who idolized Salvador Dalí. But once the Beatles showed him that rock and roll was an even greater canvas, he embarked on a long, strange trip of a career that would make him loved and loathed, but impossible to ignore. “We were all art majors, and the Beatles came along and gave us a vehicle, and the vehicle was rock and roll,” says Cooper, who officially adopted that stage name for himself in the mid 1970s. “All of a sudden, we went, ‘Wow, look at this. What if we did this live? What if the theatrics was actually a living thing, with rock and roll behind it?’”

Preceding Kiss and Motley Crue, and eons before Marilyn Manson, Cooper cultivated a hellion stage persona that would seduce young audiences, while shocking their conservative parents. Macabre face-paint, giant serpents, and live chickens that may or may not have been mutilated on stage became part of the operatic hard-rock legend that’s the backdrop of Super Duper Alice Cooper, a rock-doc that premiered April 17 at the Tribeca Film Festival. READ FULL STORY

Steven Spielberg joins religious drama 'The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara'

Steven Spielberg’s already-full plate just got a little more crowded: The celebrated director is currently developing a religious drama titled The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara.

Spielberg may not direct the drama, according to Variety – but he does plan to have a hand in producing. The Oscar winner is currently wrapped up in two potential projects that may take precedence over EdgardoRobopocalypse and another historical drama, Montezuma.

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'The Immigrant': Marion Cotillard finds hardship in America -- VIDEO

Marion Cotillard plays a Polish immigrant who comes to America full of hope — and stays as a prostitute — in The Immigrant. 1920s America: what a time!

The film, directed by James Gray, was met with glowing reviews at the 2013 Cannes festival. It follows the story of Cotillard’s Ewa, who struggles to find the American dream while working for a pimp (Joaquin Phoenix) as a magician (Jeremy Renner) tries to help set her free.

The Immigrant comes out May 16. Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY

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