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What is Star Wars: Episode VII about?

What's happening in a galaxy far, far away about thirty years after Return of the Jedi?

If a rumored breakdown of the basic Episode VII story is accurate, what's going in has some broad similarities to Star Wars: A New Hope, but with some surprises baked right in.

Caesar's domination over the domestic box office continued this weekend.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was the biggest movie in America for the second weekend running, followed by a cluster of new wide releases from animated and horror sequels to a ribald comedy.

Earlier this week, Kate Mara, who plays Sue Storm in the reboot, revealed that the story of The Fantastic Four isn't based on any particular Marvel Comics story.

Now the other Storm sibling is shedding even more light on the secretive franchise do-over.  Michael B. Jordan, the rebooted Johnny Storm aka Human Torch, has said that in this approach, Marvel's First Family are "a bunch of kids that had an accident and we have disabilities now that we have to cope with."

Hike up your pants because we're about to wade ankle-deep into a flood of story details regarding Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Joss Whedon and some of the heaviest hitters in the ensemble cast have revealed new insights on the villainous Ultron, the loyalties of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, fresh superpowers, and even the jump from J.A.R.V.I.S. to The Vision.

Like King George VI, Paddington Bear has found his voice.

Unlike the stuttering monarch, though, the title character in Paddington won't be played by Colin Firth.

Instead, the CGI version of Britain's favorite hat-wearing bear is to be voiced by Ben Whishaw.

It's not entirely uncommon for parents to hide away their teenage daughter from her too-in-love boyfriend.

Usually, however, the girl in question isn't kept under lock and key because she's undead.

That's the scenario in the first clip from Life After Beth, which stars Dane DeHaan as a teen whose girlfriend, Aubrey Plaza, bites the dust and returns as a zombie.

With the August 1st release right around the corner, Marvel Studios has sent the Guardians of the Galaxy hype machine into overdrive.

That means a whole mess of promotional material, from two extended commercials crammed with new footage to six – six! – character posters featuring supporting players both good and evil.

Marvel and Netflix's Daredevil has finally found its leading lady.

Deborah Ann Woll is set to play Karen Page, the longtime ladyfriend of blind Hell's Kitchen lawyer/nighttime vigilante Daredevil.

Universal Pictures was slapping iconic monsters into the same movie about seventy years before Marvel Studios kicked off the era of crossover franchises.

Now Universal is looking to build a cohesive modern cinematic universe for its classic monsters such as Dracula, Wolf Man, Frankenstein's Monster, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, the Mummy, Bride of Frankenstein, and even the Invisible Man.

After about two years of developmental hiccups, production on a new cinematic Tarzan has kicked off in the U.K.

Warner Bros. announced today that Tarzan, directed by David Yates and starring Alexander Skarsgard as the pulp hero, is finally filming.

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