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Sam Mendes: It's Time for A New James Bond Director

MOVIES | By Jill Lawless | May 30
The acclaimed British director of "Skyfall" and "Spectre" said Saturday he will not direct the next installment in the popular spy series that started with Sean Connery's startling 1962 performance in "Dr. No."

The Tender Biracial Love Story 'Loving' Lands at Cannes

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | May 17
Jeff Nichols' quiet drama about the profound and simple love that toppled interracial marriage restrictions in the United States made its debut at the Cannes Film Festival on Monday.

Julianne Moore on "Maggie's Plan," Family and Politics

CELEBRITIES | May 11
In "Maggie's Plan," where she plays a woman whose husband leaves her for his mistress, but the new wife decides she wants to give him back.

New Cuban Film "VIVA" Premieres in South Florida

MOVIES | By Mike Halterman | Apr 30
"VIVA" tells a fresh story about what it's like to live in the LGBT community in Havana, and the universal story of acceptance and love knowing no bounds. Star Héctor Medina talks about the film and his role.

Tom Hanks on "A Hologram for the King," "Hilarious" 2016 Race

MOVIES | Apr 24
Hanks joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new film and why he thinks "America is gonna be fine" despite the drama of 2016 elections.

Sean Parker Plays Coy as Screening Room VOD Debate Heats Up

PERSONAL TECH | By Lindsey Bahr | Apr 18
The spotlight was on Sean Parker and the Screening Room at CinemaCon in Las Vegas this past week, but while the nation's theater owners and studio executives mulled the implications of the proposed at-home viewing service, Parker played coy.

Using Just His Eyes, Filmmaker Captures His Fight with ALS

MOVIES | By Philip Marcelo | Apr 2
Rather than let iALS defeat him, filmmaker Patrick O'Brien turned the cameras on himself and wrote, directed and produced an acclaimed new documentary.

Movie About Market Basket Walkout to Premiere April 14

MOVIES | Apr 1
"We the People: The Market Basket Effect" will be shown in select Boston area theaters April 14. The distributor, FilmBuff, says it will also be released on-demand.

NYC Seeks to Recover Money Made off Transit Impostor's Film

FINANCE | By Colleen Long | Mar 23
To Hollywood, a transit impostor with a long history of posing as a New York City subway worker driving trains is rich material for a movie. But to transit officials, Darius McCollum is a criminal who shouldn't profit off his behavior.

'Death Becomes Her' Collector's Edition Blu-ray Arrives April 26

MOVIES | Mar 22
Three-time Academy Award® winner Meryl Streep, Oscar® winner Goldie Hawn and Golden Globe winner Bruce Willis star in acclaimed director Robert Zemeckis' outrageously entertaining comedy about greed, vanity, sex, immortality, life... and death.

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