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Jigsaw takes out competition for first spot at box office

Jigsaw made a massacre of the competition at the box office when it debuted at number one in its opening weekend, pushing last week's champ, Boo 2! A Madea Halloween, to second. full story

New Movies in Theaters – Jigsaw and more

This weekend's new films will have you screaming, tearing up and laughing out loud. Click to check out what's hitting the box office this Halloween weekend. full story

Jigsaw (Saw)

While Saw‘s (2004) tricycle-riding doll is not necessarily the evil being doing harm in the movie, its personification of the sadistic psycho, Jigsaw, makes it one and the same. Indeed, it’s the first thing people remember when they think of the terrifying film franchise — if they’re... full story

Grammys 2018 nominations announced

For the first time ever the list of nominees for Record of The Year doesn't include a white man. It's also the first year voting for the Grammys has been done online. full story

Thor: Ragnarok holds top spot at box office

New releases Daddy's Home 2 and Murder on the Orient Express were no match for the God of Thunder as Thor: Ragnarok takes first place at the weekend box office. full story

Thor: Ragnarok wins box office weekend

Thor: Ragnarok, starring Chris Hemsworth, took the top spot at the weekend box office. Taking second spot was the Christmas comedy A Bad Moms Christmas. full story

Top 13 Highest-Grossing Horror Film Franchises, Ever

They scare us, they thrill us and they keep us up at night – gotta love horror movies! Check out our list of the Top 13 Highest-Grossing Film Franchises, Ever! full story

Kaitlyn Dias lights up talking about Riley in Inside Out

If you’ve seen Disney Pixar’s Inside Out, you’ve peeked inside 11-year-old Riley’s head. Voicing Riley is Kaitlyn Dias, 16, whose first audition in the preliminary stages of the movie led to her being hired as Riley. We chatted with Kaitlyn about her first major gig, what she liked best... full story

Ryan O’Neal donates Farrah Fawcett swimsuit to museum

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History announced yesterday that Ryan O’Neal has donated memorabilia from Farrah Fawcett‘s career — including the red swimsuit she wore in her iconic 1976 poster — to their Division of Culture and Arts. Other items include her personal Charlie’s Angels script book,... full story

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