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New movies in theaters – Godzilla: King of Monsters and more

In a busy weekend Godzilla looks to not just be king of the monsters, but king of the new releases as he squares off against the Elton John biopic Rocketman. full story

New movies in theaters – Mission: Impossible – Fallout and more

Mission: Impossible - Fallout starring Tom Cruise has even more stunts, action and plot than ever before. Also opening wide is Teen Titans GO! to the Movies. full story

Giveaway – see new generation of heroes in Teen Titans: The Judas Contract

Teen Titans: The Judas Contract has your favorite teenage heroes battling between good and evil. Read our review of the film, out of Blu-ray/DVD today. full story

New on DVD – The Spy Who Dumped Me and more

Check out the films releasing on DVD and Blu-ray today, including the horror films Slender Man and Our House, as well as the comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me. full story

Mission: Impossible – Fallout record-breaker at box office

Mission: Impossible – Fallout starring Tom Cruise opened this weekend and went straight to the top of the box office. Find out what else made the top five! full story

Nicolas Cage to play Superman in DC movie

Nicolas Cage is finally getting the chance to play Superman in a DC movie. He was cast in Tim Burton's Superman Lives in the 1990s, but the movie was cancelled. full story

New on DVD – Split, The Founder and more

Take a look at this week's new releases on Blu-ray and DVD, including the psychological thriller Split, McDonald's mogul biopic The Founder and more! full story

Robbie Amell dishes on playing U.S. marine in family film Max

Canadian actor Robbie Amell was in Toronto recently to promote his upcoming family film Max. You may remember him from CW’s The Tomorrow People. Currently he plays Firestorm on CW’s The Flash. Earlier this year, the 27-year-old actor charmed fans as the heartthrob football player in the... full story

Tell us: Do Razzies deserve a Raspberry?

The Golden Raspberry Awards were created in 1980 by author John Wilson as an antidote to Hollywood’s congratulatory awards season. Last year Sandra Bullock, who won an Oscar for Best Actress in The Blind Side, also won a Razzie for All About Steve and being a good sport,... full story

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