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Watch David Oyelowo give a powerful speech as Martin Luther King Jr. in 'Selma' clip

David Oyelowo takes on the role of Martin Luther King in Ava DuVernay’s Selma, and in a new clip from the film, we get a glimpse at one of King’s famous speeches as Oyelowo’s King demands the right to vote.

The film also stars Oprah Winfrey, Cuba Gooding, Jr., and Lorraine Toussaint.

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'Jurassic World': See Chris Pratt ride with some raptors -- exclusive

It’s never an easy walk in Jurassic Park. In fact, guests typically end up running like hell. The fourth installment of Universal’s biggest franchise is no exception. Opening in theaters June 12, World is set 22 years after the original film. The dino-themed amusement park on Isla Nubla has been thriving for years, yielding four-star restaurants (hello, Nobu!) and beautiful resorts.

But in an effort to create new buzz and boost attendance, a hybrid dino is hatched—and that’s when the island’s human population, including dino researcher Owen (Chris Pratt), park operations manager Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard), and her two young nephews (Nick Robinson and Ty Sympkins), are sent sprinting in terror. “There are dinosaurs and there’s the other—there’s this thing that is not one of them, that is not of them,” teases director Colin Trevvorow (Safety Not Guranteed), who was specifically picked by Park director (and World executive producer) Steven Spielberg. Trevorrow adds, “There’s a lot of bold new ideas in the movie and I’m pushing it as far forward as I can. I know Steven didn’t want me to make a carbon copy of the earlier films. So we’re going for it.” READ FULL STORY

We spend a day with Frank Grillo, Hollywood's one-two punch

“Who’s the toughest actor in Hollywood?” Frank Grillo asks, wrapping his hands in preparation for training.

Grillo’s posing the question to Terry Southerland, his trainer of more than 20 years. Lacing up Grillo’s gloves, Southerland doesn’t hesitate before responding, “You are.”

Standing in the middle of an underground boxing gym in New York City, Grillo is just one of the guys. He walks like a fighter, he talks like a fighter, and other than having the best hair in the gym—according to his trainers—he looks like a fighter. In this moment, there’s almost nothing that points to the fact that Grillo’s been a working actor for more than 20 years. READ FULL STORY

Jamie Dornan visited a sex dungeon to prepare for 'Fifty Shades'

When an actor gets cast as a cop, he or she might go for a ride along with a real-life cop to prepare. Or when an actor gets cast as a lawyer, he or she might shadow a lawyer. So what happens when you get cast as the world’s prettiest man who also happens to be a major fan of S&M? Well, you hit the gym … and then visit a sex dungeon on your way home.

Jamie Dornan, who will play Christian Grey in the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey, recently revealed to Elle UK that his research process involved more than learning how to wear jeans so they sit perfectly on his hips. He also visited a sex dungeon. “I went there, they offered me a beer, and they did…whatever they were into. I saw a dominant with one of his two submissives,” he said.

Dornan seemed like he had some fun with it, saying, “I was like: ‘Come on, guys, I know I’m not paying for this, but I am expecting a show.’ It was an interesting evening.”

Most importantly, once he returned home to his wife and newborn child, “I had a long shower before touching either of them.”

Technically, that shower could also be considered research for his role.

Get release details on Salma Hayek's action movie 'Everly,' see an exclusive music video

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We bring glad tidings for people who want to see Salma Hayek kill a large number of people in a comparatively small space. EW can exclusively reveal that director Joe Lynch‘s new film Everly—in which the actress does just that—will be available to screen on iTunes and VOD from Jan. 23 and will arrive in cinemas, Feb. 27.

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Things get bloody in exclusive image from post-apocalyptic Sundance film 'Turbo Kid'

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In a rush to see a post-apocalyptic, BMX-powered, blood-splattered love story that follows the epic journey of an orphaned outcast reluctant to be a hero in the wasteland of an alternate future? Then we recommend you book a flight to next year’s Sundance Film Festival which, it was announced today, will see the world premiere of Turbo Kid. Written and directed by the filmmaking trio known as RKSS (Anouk Whissell, François Simard, and Yoann-Karl Whissell) the film boasts both the talents of genre legend Michael Ironside and just that premise.

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Create your ideal James Bond film with the 'Time' cast generator

On Thursday, the 24th James Bond film announced its title—SPECTRE—along with its cast, which includes Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, David Bautista, Monica Bellucci, Léa Seydoux, and Andrew Scott. And in honor of the announcement, Time has created a way for you to weigh in on the casting.

At Time, you can pick your ideal Bond cast, selecting an actor for each of five categories: Bond, “Bond Girl,” villain, M, and Q.

Now the question is: How many people will pick Idris Elba as Bond?

Bilbo risks his life to save the Dwarves in new 'Hobbit' clip

In a new clip from The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Gandalf has bad news for the Dwarves. After telling Thranduil that Thorin needs to be warned before the dwarves are overrun, it seems Thranduil isn’t willing to do the warning. As he puts it, he’s done spilling Elf blood. Luckily, there’s Bilbo, who not only volunteers to make the risky journey, but denies Gandalf’s pleas to rethink his decision.

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Frank Grillo talks Crossbones' return in 'Captain America: Civil War'

Frank Grillo’s role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier opened a big door. Although he was only in about half an hour of the film, there’s already rampant speculation about his return as the villainous Crossbones in Captain America: Civil War. And no one’s more pumped about it than Grillo, who loves the character.

“[Winter Soldier] was only a taste of what’s to come with the next film, and I couldn’t be more humbled and excited,” Grillo said. “They just kind of called and said, ‘What kind of shape are you in? We’re going to need a body scan.’ They scan your body so that whatever you wear fits you like a glove.”

Hopeful for a return, Grillo talked about his love for Crossbones, noting that, “He’s a badass. He is just vicious. I like the idea that it’s no holds barred. I love the physicality. We all know what Crossbones represents in his world.”

And Grillo’s aware of the other rumors surrounding the film, a fact that gets him even more excited at the possibility of returning. “I hear Iron Man is in Captain America 3—he’s got a big role—and the Black Panther. It sounds like this Civil War is going to be pretty interesting.”

Captain America: Civil War is set to hit theaters May 6, 2016.

'Mockingjay -- Part 1': The 7 biggest changes from page to screen

Big-screen adaptations of books always involve changes and modifications to the original story. It’s not a new phenomenon—but it’s one we still love to pick apart when given the opportunity.

But when it comes to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1, there isn’t much picking to be done. (Spoilers for Mockingjay—Part 1 follow.) READ FULL STORY

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