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Randall Park discusses playing Kim Jong-un in 'The Interview,' addresses threats against film

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At the heart of the controversy surrounding The Interview is the film’s actual plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. But amid all the reactions from stars James Franco and Seth Rogen, little has been heard from the actor portraying Kim—Randall Park.

Park spoke with the Los Angeles Times about his role in the film, offering his take on playing the character, what it’s been like to deal with the threats made against those involved with the film, and even how he thinks Jong-un might feel about the movie if he were to watch it.

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Donkey Kong, Pac-Man destroy Earth in 'Pixels' posters

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Though the team behind 2015’s Pixels has remained relatively mum on how the movie will bring to life arcade classic characters like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, a set of new posters hints at the retro destruction in store.

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J.K. Simmons joins Tom Hiddleston in 'Kong: Skull Island'

Hopefully, someone screaming “Get me pictures of King Kong,” will now be added to Kong: Skull Island‘s screenplay.

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'Transformers' behind-the-scenes gives you a peek behind the CGI curtain

Transformers: Age of Extinction isn’t going to be in any of the big discussions as awards season kicks into gear, but that doesn’t mean an incredible amount of work didn’t go into one of the year’s most financially successful films.

Director Michael Bay has offered a look at that work, and it’s likely the most interesting thing you’ll see not just about one of the year’s worst movies, but about big-budget filmmaking in general.

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Sean Penn is a one-man army in 'The Gunman' trailer

Sean Penn has a particular set of skills in his latest film, The Gunmanand a director who will know how to put them to good use.

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Jordi Molla joins cast of 'Ant-Man'

Thanks to a plot synopsis of Ant-Man, another actor’s involvement in the film, as well as the names of a few characters have been revealed.

Of course, in typically cryptic Marvel fashion, the studio has only released the first names of these supporting characters.

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Present becomes the past in 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' trailer

The Hot Tub Time Machine gang first used their time travel powers to, among other things, invent the internet, record “Call Me Maybe” 20 years early, and generally become filthy rich.

But when they decide to take the hot tub for another spin in Hot Tub Time Machine 2 to save Lou in the present, they end up in 2025, and things haven’t worked out quite too well for any of them.

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Are the Golden Globes going legit?

Just a day after the Screen Actors Guild completely ignored the Martin Luther King biopic, Selma, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association threw down its full support for the film with nominations for its actor David Oyelowo, its director Ava DuVernay, the film itself, and even its song, “Glory,” written by John Legend and Common. Yet the small voting body also chose to echo SAG’s choices in the actress category and the Supporting Actor category, with nominations for Jennifer Aniston in Cake and Robert Duvall in The Judge. Which actually leads me to ask the question: Are the Golden Globes getting legit?

The craven, star-guided nominations we are used to seeing—the Johnny Depp/Angelina Jolie bomb The Tourist springs to mind—were really kept in check this year. They even eschewed an easy opportunity to up the room’s star power by snubbing one of their faves, Jolie. Her second directorial effort, the upcoming feature Unbroken, was shut out and even her performance in Maleficient, one of the year’s highest grossing films, was also ignored. Who would have thought the HFPA would have resisted the tabloid-salivating opportunity to put Jolie, Brad Pitt, and Aniston in the same room? READ FULL STORY

SAG nominations: Big day for 'Boyhood,' 'Birdman,' and Aniston

It should really come as no surprise that the film that tracks the travails of fame and tries to understand the psyche of an actor took home the most nominations Wednesday morning from the Screen Actors Guild. In fact, it would have been ridiculous to bet against Birdman: The Alejandro G. Iñárritu film landed four nominations including Best Ensemble, Best Actor (Michael Keaton), Best Supporting Actor (Edward Norton), and Best Supporting Actress (Emma Stone.)

Yet Boyhood, The Imitation Game, and The Theory of Everything all got close with three nominations each, affirming that there really isn’t a frontrunner in this race yet. READ FULL STORY

Paula Patton, Kate Beckinsale to announce Golden Globe nominees

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced the quartet of actors who will be on hand to reveal the nominees for the 72nd Golden Globes. READ FULL STORY

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