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E.T. phoned home, but where is everyone else? Moviefone catches up with the cast of Steven Spielberg's classic tale of suburban fantasy upon the 30-year anniversary of its release.
This year is going to be seeing a lot of Spike Lee joints, from "Red Hook Summer" to a documentary about Michael Jackson's "Bad" album and a one-man Broadway play starring Mike Tyson (and maybe even finally getting on with the remake of "Oldboy"). GQ chats with the fiery filmmaker in an exclusive interview.
Planning on catching "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" on Blu-ray? Film.com thinks you might prefer the similarly-titled "Ghost Writer" to Nicolas Cage's latest kooky Johnny Blaze adventure.
It was a novel of historical fiction (or was it?), then it was a movie, then it was a ... comic book? Check out the never-before-seen motion comic sequences from "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter," courtesy of Shock Till You Drop.
Get your "Brave" on with some new clips! Redheaded Elinor is a wee bit unimpressed with "The Suitors" and her royal Scottish parents try to figure out how to talk to their rebellious teenage daughter in "Advice to Elinor."
We would be the first in line to attend the The Museum of American Folklore, Superstition, and the Occult — if it, you know, actually existed. Collider brings word that Paramount has optioned the film rights to "The Diviners," Libba Bray's first book in a planned four-part series that will hit store shelves in September.