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'Jason Bourne' Review: Matt Damon Is Back and Badass
12 hours ago
Note to Hollywood: July 4th was weeks ago, so screw you for making us wait so long for the real-deal action-movie fireworks. They show up big time in Jason Bourne, that rare summer thrill ride that doesn't sell out to stupid. After nine years, Matt Damon returns to the role of the amnesiac assassin that made him an icon in 2002's The Bourne Identity, 2004's The Bourne Supremacy and 2007's The Bourne Ultimatum. Damon and Paul Greengrass, who directed the hell out of the last two Bourne epics — not including the 2012's The Bourne Legacy, »
Company Behind Harrison Ford's 'Star Wars' Injury Pleads Guilty
12 hours ago
The company that created the hydraulic Millennium Falcon door that injured Harrison Ford on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens two years ago has pleaded guilty to failing to protect actors and workers on set. Foodles Productions, which The New York Times reported was a Disney subsidiary that was named ridiculously in an effort to fool and repel Star Wars fans from filming sites, said it was responsible on two counts: failing to ensure safety and failing to keep Ford and other actors away from hazardous situations.
'Magnificent Seven,' Obama and Snowden Biopics Lead Toronto Film Festival 2016 Lineup
15 hours ago
Antoine Fuqua's star-studded remake of The Magnificent Seven, Oliver Stone's combo paranoid espionage thriller/biopic Snowden and a look at Barack Obama's year in New York city during the early Eighties (Barry) are among the first wave of films announced to screen at the 41st Toronto International Film Festival.
Fuqua's take on the classic 1960 Yul Brynner/Steve McQueen Western recasts Chris Pratt, Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, and Vincent D'Onofrio as part of a cowboy team recruited to defend a frontier town. The film will open the festivities on September 8th, »
Watch Mila Kunis Give Wtf Motherly Advice in Exclusive Rolling Stone Video
16 hours ago
Is there anyone subjected to closer scrutiny than mothers? In the new comedy Bad Moms, three mothers — played Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn — declare an end to the tyranny of PTA queen-bees and live their dang lives, mistakes and all. And in a new video interview exclusive to Rolling Stone, Kunis herself dishes out some pearls of maternal wisdom.
The 32-year-old actress tackles tricky social situations from mothers writing in — for example, a pregnant woman who's dealing with judgemental in-laws after having a glass of wine. Kunis advises »
Nas Talks Writing Raps for Netflix Hip-Hop Drama 'The Get Down'
16 hours ago
Nas has been one of rap music's pre-eminent old-school diplomats and cinéastes since he opened his 1994 debut, Illmatic, with a clip of hip-hop flick Wild Style. The multi-platinum rapper has combined his twin passions as executive producer of The Get Down, Baz Luhrmann's visually arresting look at the birth of hip-hop culture in New York City. A mix of painstakingly accurate historical details and explosive fantasy, the Netflix series brings the Bronx in 1977 to a life thanks to a group of expert consultants, including Grandmaster Flash, Kurtis Blow, Kool Herc, »
Watch Matt Damon, Jimmy Kimmel Return to Couples Counseling
19 hours ago
The ongoing spat stems from Kimmel's constant failure to make time for Damon to appear as a guest on his show. As a result, the actor has taken desperate measures, like living in the Live studio, tying Kimmel up and trying to sneak onto the show stuffed inside Ben Affleck's jacket.
Though the pair's previous attempt at therapy ended in an awkward half-hug, half-fight, Damon »
Watch Colbert Exasperate Security, Staff in 'Hunger Games' DNC Skit
20 hours ago
On his "Hungry for Power Games: DNC Edition," Colbert sauntered around the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia being a general nuisance. "Here at the DNC all lifestyles are welcome, be you gay, straight or pain in the ass," Colbert cracked, pointing to a "gluten-free zone" sign. Later he stood on a delegate's chair and tried to start a "Lock her up" chant.
Ranking San Diego Comic-Con 2016 Trailers, From Worst to Best
25 July 2016 11:18 AM, PDT
This year's San Diego Comic-Con brought a treasure trove of trailers for some of the upcoming year's most buzzworthy movies, from superhero movies and franchise tentpole blockbusters to, curiously enough, Oliver Stone's upcoming Edward Snowden biopic. (Watching the filmmaker warn the attendees of his Hall H panel that Pokémon Go watches them as they slumber was a rare, unexpected treat.)
We've got a nice long wait for most of these — enjoy that Justice League clip, people, because we've still got another 16 months before it swoops into theaters — but for now, »
Watch Baz Luhrmann's Netflix Series 'The Get Down' in Gripping Trailer
25 July 2016 11:02 AM, PDT
"This ain't Disneyland. This is the Bronx." Enter the thrilling new trailer for Baz Luhrmann's Netflix musical-drama The Get Down. In the clip, two teenagers, Ezekiel (Justice Smith) and Mylene (Herizen Guardiola), fall in love amid the crumbling, crime-filled cityscape of New York City in 1977 while pursuing their dreams of fame.
The intense trailer – filled with rapping, romance, gospel singing and DJ scratching – previews the drama ahead in the culture-smashing series, created by Baz Luhrmann and executive produced by Nas. The show will trace the birth of hip-hop, along »
'Looking': Saying Goodbye to HBO's Stellar Gay Drama
25 July 2016 8:56 AM, PDT
As most couples will confess: Marriage changes everything. When Looking debuted two years ago on HBO, legal unions between people of the same sex were not the law of the land in the United States. That didn't stop the show's creator Michael Lannan and director Andrew Haigh (45 Years, Weekend), however, from kicking off their dramedy about three young men looking for love in San Francisco by having them attend the bachelor party of a couple preparing to tie the knot. Now, as the series officially came to an end with »
John Oliver on Rnc: 'What the F--k Just Happened?'
25 July 2016 7:53 AM, PDT
Last Week Tonight returned from hiatus on Sunday – perfect timing for John Oliver to "figure out what the fuck just happened" at the Republican National Convention. The event was, as Oliver said: "the most apocalyptic ever to happen to [Cleveland] – and bear in mind, their river has repeatedly caught fire."
Donald Trump was hailed throughout the Rnc for his business acumen and no-nonsense leadership. He was described by Jerry Falwell Jr. as "one of the greatest visionaries of our time." Oliver didn't argue with the latter description: "You cannot say Trump »