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Chris Pratt reveals his theory on how he became the 'Worst Hollywood Chris'
The actor blames a speech he gave at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards for turning the tides.
See first photos of Ant-Man, the Wasp, and Star Wars experiences aboard Disney Wish cruise
EW exclusively reveals a first look at the new Avengers: Quantum Encounter and Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge dining experiences themed to Marvel and Star Wars.
John Waters celebrates 50 years of Pink Flamingos: 'I saw people puking in the theater'
The beloved director talks about the Criterion Collection's new release of his trash classic, why he still gives a certain Long Island town a wide berth to avoid arrest, and, yes, dog poop-eating.
Winona Ryder calls split from Johnny Depp her 'Girl, Interrupted real life' moment
"I just wasn't taking care of myself," she says of the difficult period.
The 10 best movies of 2022 (so far)
From top-gun mavericks to hormonal pandas, here are the cinematic highlights of this half-year.
Academy invites Caitríona Balfe, Ariana DeBose, Billie Eilish, many more to join Oscars voting membership
397 people were invited to join the Oscars voting ranks, including Jamie Dornan, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Anya Taylor-Joy, Jessie Buckley, Ryusuke Hamaguchi, and more.

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Original Thackery Binx voice actor not returning as black cat for Hocus Pocus 2
EW has confirmed Jason Marsden does not reprise his voice role as the beloved black cat Thackery Binx — a character whose human form was played by Sean Murray in the 1993 film.
Watch Colin Farrell and Viggo Mortensen brave a shocking cave rescue in Ron Howard's Thirteen Lives trailer
The film is based on the true story of a junior football team and their coach who were trapped inside a collapsed and flooded cave for 18 days during the summer of 2018.
Pedro Almodóvar is making his 'answer to Brokeback Mountain' with Ethan Hawke, Pedro Pascal

The acclaimed filmmaker of Parallel Mothers and Pain and Glory says 'the story is very intimate.'