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A raunchy romantic comedy, an anarchy thriller and an animated kids' flick couldn't unseat the evolved primates ruling the box office.
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," the 3-D sequel to the 2011 blockbuster "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," took in $36.3million in the U. S. and Canada during its second weekend at the multiplex to remain at No.
Kevin Kline and Ashley Judd star in this 2004 drama about American composer Cole Porter looking back on his life as if it were one of his stage shows.
Featuring live shadow cast, the Royal Mystic Order of Chaos.
WALL-E: A robot tries to help the world clean up its act.
A time-traveling and gender-switching Tilda Swinton plays the androgynous title character in this multi-generational epic based on the 1928 Virginia Woolf novel.
Houston Museum of African American Culture
Documentary explores case of four young black lesbians who are accused of murder after defending themselves against a violent man.
Actor says he was intrigued by character, story in 'Wanted Man'
Spy movies often boast labyrinthine plots, but "A Most Wanted Man," director Anton Corbijn's feature film based on John le Carré's novel, is actually built on a fairly straightforward story about a Chechen Muslim who arrives illegally in Hamburg, Germany, and sets off bells and whistles among international anti-terrorism organizations.
The labyrinth in the film is its interconnected matrix of characters, which includes spies and terrorism experts from various nations, lawyers, bankers and all sorts of international players swept up in high-stakes hysteria.
The film, which opens Friday, is the last one completed by actor Philip Seymour Hoffman prior to his death earlier this year.
Dafoe has enjoyed a particularly strong run of roles this year, having played a henchman in Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel," an alcoholic writer in "The Fault in Our Stars" and now Brue, in Corbijn's gripping tale.
Dafoe is currently doing a theater piece with director Robert Wilson but took a break to talk about "A Most Wanted Man" and working with Hoffman.
Was there a part in the script that you felt was your path into the character?
 there's this one central event centered around this illegal Chechen immigrant that you see from many perspectives.
The suits reflected - and this isn't something you'd necessarily notice - but one thing about Hamburg, it has a very weird strange strain of Englishness, of Britishness to it.
In the geography of this film - with all the different political concerns in the intelligence community - you have this British guy, an international banker who figured into the story.
There were a lot of moral gray areas in the film, which made me think of much of Corbijn's photography, which often has a blurred effect.
All the moral dilemmas and political
A complex assortment of spies, bankers, lawyers and politicians comes together when a Chechen Muslim illegally enters Hamburg.
Scarlett Johansson plays Lucy, a drug mule in Taiwan who develops superhuman powers when an illegal substance she's carrying leaks into her body.
Eight years after the death of his girlfriend, a molecular biologist (Michael Pitt) looks for his reincarnated soul mate by trying to find a woman whose eyes have the same iris pattern.
Filmmaker Steve James looks at the long and influential career of the late Roger Ebert, while also documenting the famed film critic's long battle with cancer.
Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema have released the first official poster for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, coming out on the eve of San Diego Comic-Con.
The poster -- seen below -- shows Smaug terrorizing Lake-town, with Bard the Bowman (Luke Evans) standing in defiance of the red-scaled dragon.
On the eve of Comic-Con, Sony has announced the release date of their villain-centric Spider-Man spinoff The Sinister Six for November 11, 2016, and are also pushing The Amazing Spider-Man 3 to an unspecified date in 2018.
According to Variety, Sinister Six will be released before The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which was initially slated for a June 10, 2016 release date.