Sean Bean -- See Our Twitter Chat

Sean Bean joined us for a live Twitter chat for his upcoming film Jupiter Ascending. If you missed it, you can still read the full transcript. Jupiter Ascending opens in theaters on February 6th.

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Sand Snakes, dragons, revenge plots, a haggard-looking Tyrion: It's all there in the epic trailer for Game of Thrones Season Five, which premiered this past week during IMAX screenings of Season Four's final two episodes, "The Watchers on the Wall" and "The Children." While the teaser hasn't been ... See more »

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New and Returning TV Shows in Amazon Instant Video

There's a great collection of new and returning TV shows that are streaming now on Amazon Instant Video, including 'Backstrom', 'Man Seeking Woman', and 'Justified'.

Featured Recap: "The Americans"

Things are tense between Elizabeth and Philip as they have differing opinions over how to handle orders coming from the Centre. Read a recap of the season premiere of "The Americans."

About Last Night: Recaps

Howard teases Raj with a game called "Cinnamon or Emily" on "The Big Bang Theory," and Kai holds Elena captive while he learns to control his newly acquired magic, on "The Vampire Diaries."

The Oscars, The Movies and More

Check out our exclusive video series with the future Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, featuring stories on IMDb founder Col Needham, creating the costumes of Dallas Buyers Club, casting Elliott in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, and more. Learn how you can become a Founding Supporter of the world's leading movie museum.

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Though SPECTRE is a movie title of its own, the criminal organisation only prominently featured in just two of the Ian Fleming novels, "Thunderball" (1961) and "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1963), with SPECTRE appearing in a much more minor capacity in two others Fleming books, it is actually the organisation SMERSH which was more prominent than SPECTRE in the Ian Fleming Bond novels, appearing prominently four times, in the Fleming novels of "Casino Royale" (1953), "Live and Let Die" (1954), "From Russia with Love (1957), and "Goldfinger" (1959). Ironically, SMERSH never appeared in any of the official series' filmed versions of these books except for From Russia with Love (1963). SMERSH has also appeared in such Bond films as The Living Daylights (1987) (though not in its source short story) and and the unofficial 60s Bond comedy spoof Casino Royale (1967).

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