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‘Terminator Genisys’: Schwarzenegger on Bulking Up for Role, Says ‘Terminator Salvation’ ‘Sucked’
He said he would be back -- and he kept his word. Thirty-one years after the original “Terminator” -- the blockbuster science-fiction film that gave moviegoers the memorable phrase “I’ll be back” -- former California governor and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to the blockbuster franchise
Golden Globes - Who Got Snubbed?
Hollywood's first couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie did not score nominations for this year's Golden Globes.
Sigourney Weaver Returns from Dead in 'Avatar' Sequels
Sigourney Weaver is set to star in three new sequels to the 2009 blockbuster film “Avatar.” Only problem: She died in the original film. That’s a minor detail for James Cameron, who is once again teaming up with the woman he helped turn into one...
Sam Worthington Arraigned in NYC Over Alleged Assault
The star of "Avatar" could face a year in jail for incident involving a photographer.
Sam Worthington Arraigned, Could Face a Year in Jail
He Allegedly Hit Photographer 'With a Closed Fist Several Times on His Face'
'Avatar' Star Sam Worthington Arrested for Alleged Assault
"Avatar" star Sam Worthington was arrested Sunday in New York City after being involved in an altercation with a photographer, police said. The Australian actor, 37, received a desk appearance ticket for alleged assault after his dispute with a paparazzo in Greenwich Village, according to ABC News
'Avatar' Actor Arrested in Alleged NYC Scuffle
Sam Worthington was arrested after he allegedly punched a photographer in Greenwich Village.
Bindi Irwin Goes Glam for First Big Red Carpet
Steve Irwin would be so proud. The late "Crocodile Hunter" star's daughter Bindi Irwin walked the carpet last night at the AACTA Awards in Sydney looking all grown up and beautiful in a black, floral dress. The awards celebrate Australia's best films and TV. The 15-year-old, who starred in "Return
'Wrath of the Titans' Movie Review
“Wrath of the Titans” should more accurately be called “Math of the Titans.” It exists solely due to the simple math Warner Bros. used when 2010′s “Clash of the Titans” earned upwards of $160 million in North American box office receipts and nearly half-a-billion dollars...