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Damon's Company Is Taking Steps To Address Diversity Crisis

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 28
Matt Damon is taking steps to address the diversity crisis in Hollywood through his and Ben Affleck's production company, Pearl Street Films, & collaboration with the people behind the Media, Diversity & Social Change Initiative at USC's Annenberg School.

Jake Gyllenhaal, Natalie Portman In Venice Film Fest Lineup

Jul 28
This year's Venice Film Festival will include a stylish thriller from Tom Ford, a sci-fi drama with Jeremy Renner and Amy Adams and a star turn from Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

Review :: Hardcore Henry

By JC Alvarez | Jul 28
Get ready for the most fast-paced action experience of your life when the first-person action flick "Hardcore Henry" comes home to Blu-ray! It's a non-stop, madcap adventure you'll want to visit again and again!

Review :: Bad Moms

By Kevin Taft | Jul 28
"Bad Moms" doesn't reach the level of "Bridesmaids" brilliance, but it is charmingly entertaining and will appeal to moms and mothers-to-be of all ages.

In 'Indignation,' a Maturing Logan Lerman Changes Course

By Jake Coyle | Jul 27
Logan Lerman is already one of the most sought-after young actors in Hollywood, with his starring role in "Indignation," gives him new status.

After Nearly A Decade, Matt Damon Is 'Bourne' Again

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 27
Matt Damon talks of returning to the character of Jason Bourne nine years later.

Fuqua's 'Magnificent Seven' To Open Toronto Film Festival

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 26
Lupita Nyong'o, Justin Timberlake, Denzel Washington and Emma Stone are just a few of the stars with films headed to the Toronto International Film Festival this year.

Review :: The Dark Horse

By Greg Vellante | Jul 26
Absence of bonus features aside, one of the year's best and most emotionally powerful films -- based on an incredible true story -- comes to DVD.

Review :: The Invitation

By Ken Tasho | Jul 26
The blurb on Drafthouse Films Blu-ray cover, touting it with the coveted top horror title of 2016, speaks the truth.

Review :: The Russia House

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 26
The film's subversive jokiness lurks underneath a sheen of romance and the trappings of a spy story, but there's no mistaking how le Carré's pointy tongue is lodged painfully deep in his cheek.

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