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2 HOURS AGO - Boston Herald

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‘Exotic Marigold’ sequel comes out second best

Second best, indeed. As inevitable as it is uninspired, “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” may leave only a bitter taste in the mouths of those who enjoyed the original film, a global blockbuster featuring a geriatric cast that rivaled superhero movies at the box office.

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2 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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‘Toy Story 4’ will not be a sequel to the third film

When Disney CEO Bob Iger casually announced "Toy Story 4" during an earnings call in November, it was a huge surprise. The successful Pixar trilogy didn't appear to need another followup. 2010's seemingly final film came full circle. The young boy from the first film, Andy, who owned toys Woody and Buzz, grew up. Before heading off to college, he handed ...

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5 HOURS AGO - New York Post

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Appalling ‘Chappie’ needs to power down

“Short Circuit” meets “RoboCop” — with asides to “WALL-E,” “E.T.,” “The Road Warrior” and many other better movies — in “Chappie,” an interminable, violent, incoherent and wearying R-rated sci-fi action...

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7 HOURS AGO - Variety

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‘Star Trek’ Producer Harve Bennett Dies

Harve Bennett, who produced four “Star Trek” movies and the TV series “Mod Squad,” “The Six Million Dollar Man” and “The Bionic Woman,” died Wednesday in Medford, Ore. He was 84. Bennett’s passing came less than a week after the Feb. 27 death of “Star Trek” star Leonard Nimoy. Bennett, a native of Chicago, broke... Read more »

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7 HOURS AGO - Reuters

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Tribeca Festival blends films, live performances in varied slate

NEW YORK (Reuters) - From a crime drama starring actress Glenn Close to an Arnold Schwarzenegger film about a deadly zombie epidemic to an expose of the financial crisis, the Tribeca Film Festival unveiled a varied slate of movies on Thursday.

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