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The Enchanted Sequel, Disenchanted, Will Take Place 10 Years Later

"It’s about Giselle 10 years later going, ‘What is happily ever after?’" says director Adam Shankman.

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Matt Lauer’s Been Showing Us What Kind of a Creep He Is for a Long Time Now

Let's look at who Lauer is, and who he has always told us he is.

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Things We Saw Today: Sing Along to the Steven Universe Soundtrack This Summer

Sugar says that "this is the best they've ever sounded" and hopes fans will "Please blast them! Please sing along! That's what these are for!"

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What Exactly Constitutes an Oscars Snub?

When we talk about 'snubs,' are we talking about personal taste or something much deeper? What exactly does that word mean?

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Golden Globes 2017: Moonlight and La La Land Take Best Picture, But No Love for Genre Faves Stranger Things, Deadpool or Westworld

Genre fiction still seems to have a tough time taking home awards, if this year's Golden Globes serve as any indication.

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Arrival Review: A Near-Future Sci-Fi Lesson That Says a Lot About Our Present

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Arrival is a lesson in superb storytelling, set against a simply gorgeous backdrop that commands your attention from beginning to end.

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Yes, Man of Steel 2 is Really Happening and, Yes, There’s a Script Already in the Works

In case you had any doubts about whether or not Man of Steel 2 is actually happening, Amy Adams is here to help.

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The Enchanted Sequel I’ve Been Dreaming of Is Finally on Its Way

Disenchanted, the sequel to Disney's popular movie musical Enchanted, is aiming to begin production in 2017.

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TIFF 2016 Review: Amy Adams Makes Contact with Cerebral Sci-Fi Arrival

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Though the premise is familiar, Arrival proves to be much more than the standard first contact flick, and Villeneuve maintains his track record of turning all expectations of genre on their head.

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Superman‘s Original Lois Lane Really Isn’t Happy With Batman v Superman’s Lois Lane

Always with the damsel-in-distress.

Margot Kidder, who first brought the character of Lois Lane to life in the original Superman movies, had some words for Zack Snyder's handling of the intrepid reporter.

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Things We Saw Today: Design Your Own Steven Universe Gemsona

Okay, so, apparently this came out ages ago, but I missed it: Doll Divine has a Steven Universe-inspired character creator available for any of you folks who want to make a "Gemsona" of your very own.

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Batman v Superman and the Ridiculous Nature of the ‘Damsel in Distress’

Let me count the ways that Batman v Superman annoyed me ... do we have that kind of time?

We all have to be thoroughly sick and tired of the damsel in distress trope by now right?

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Things We Saw Today: Batman V Superman Stars Do The Batman Voice

The cast of Batman V Superman DOING the infamous Batman voice on The Graham Norton Show is hilariously good. Of course, Norton cites that previous Bat-actor Christian Bale had supplied the voice himself, but Affleck shares the whole story about the in-universe reason that Bruce Wayne would have a voice modifier.

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Things We Saw Today: Petition for Squirrel Girl to Get Her Own Netflix Show

Could Squirrel Girl be the next Marvel superhero with a Netflix show? One fan thinks so, and they've started a petition to try and get it off the ground--even adding that they think writer and producer Jane Espenson would be the perfect choice to serve as showrunner. I will never say no to more Squirrel Girl in every medium possible.

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Amy Adams Speaks Out About Being Paid Less on American Hustle

The actress also said that director David O. Russell made her cry "most" days on set.

In a recent interview with British GQ, Batman V Superman (and five-time-Oscar-nominated) actress Amy Adams shared that she was aware she was being paid less than her male co-stars on American Hustle, but felt as though she had to take a lower salary in order to accept the part.

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Amy Adams Set to Star in TV Adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects

Amy Adams, along with Gillian Flynn, the author and screenwriter of Gone Girl, have signed on to executive produce a TV series based on Flynn's debut novel Sharp Objects.

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Jennifer Lawrence Says Joy Director David O. Russell Talked to her “Man to Man,” Called Her “He” or “Him”

A Vogue profile on Jennifer Lawrence came out this week, and I recommend you read the full piece because it's a funny and touching look at A. what it's like to be 25 and B. what it's like to be 25 when you have more money than you've ever dreamed of and are, bizarrely, a celebrity. The piece is also interesting for the insight it gives into the collaboration between Lawrence and her frequent director, David O. Russell.

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Bradley Cooper Pledges Transparency About His Own Salary to Help Female Co-Stars Negotiate

"It's almost embarrassing."

"She worked everyday on that movie and got paid nothing."

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Giveaway: Big Eyes Blu-Ray Prize Pack

Including a signed poster and gorgeous art book!

We loved Tim Burton's Big Eyes, starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz - and now you can too!

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#AskHerMore: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly of the 2015 Golden Globes

It was all glitz and glamor at the 2015 Golden Globes... or was it?

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