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Joel Schumacher, Director of ‘Lost Boys’ and 2 Batman Films, Dies at 80

Director Joel Schumacher died on Monday after a year-long battle with cancer, a representative announced. He was 80 years old. Schumacher was known for directing films like “St. Elmo’s Fire,” “The Lost Boys,” “Batman Forever” and “Batman & Robin.”
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Disney+ Drops 'Hamilton' Trailer for Upcoming Film Version of Hit Broadway Show

“Hamilton” fans are getting a taste of what’s to come on Disney+ come July 3. The streaming platform released a trailer for the film version of the hit Broadway show.
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AMC Theatres Reverses Course, Will Require Face Masks When Locations Reopen in July

The world’s biggest movie theater chain may be on the verge of collapse. AMC Theatres says they have “substantial doubt” they will be able to remain in business after shutting cinemas across the country in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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‘Into the Wild’ Bus Removed From Spot Where It Sat for Decades by Helicopter

The abandoned bus made famous in the book and film “Into the Wild” was removed by helicopter from its spot on the Stampede Trail, according to the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
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Ron Howard’s Daughter Bryce Dallas Howard Explores Fatherhood in ‘Dads’ Doc

Bryce Dallas Howard is exploring her relationship with her father Ron Howard. The ‘Jurassic World’ actress is making her directorial debut with ‘Dads,’ a documentary coming out on Apple TV+ June 19.
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‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Alien’ Star Ian Holm Dies at 88

Ian Holm, the veteran British actor known for roles in films like ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Alien,’ has died at 88, his agent confirmed on Friday morning.
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Keanu Reeves Is Auctioning Off a Private Date for Charity

Keanu Reeves wants to go on a date with you to help a great cause. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the 55-year-old won’t be wining and dining anyone in person, as the interaction will be completely virtual.
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Delays Film Release Until October 2

“Wonder Woman 1984” has postponed its release by nearly two months. The sequel to the 2017 original, which was set to premiere on August 14th, will now hit theaters on October 2nd.
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Pete Davidson Tackles Grief in ‘The King of Staten Island’

Pete Davidson had to pull a lot from his past and personal experiences to bring Scott Carlin, a man who struggles with the trauma of his firefighter father’s death, to life on ‘The King of Staten Island.’ See more.
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The Academy Unveils New Inclusion Standards and Will Feature 10 Best Picture Oscar Nominees

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are implementing some new changes for the Oscars. On Friday, they unveiled plans for the latest equity and inclusion initiative called Academy Aperture 2025. Read more now.
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