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Zombie films never go out of style, just as the dead never seem to die.
The gaming world's most-famous, bald-headed curmudgeon returns to smite all mythical evildoers across Ancient Greece in his new third-person adventure.
Comcast will launch four minority-owned networks on its cable-TV systems in the next two years, including channels spearheaded by music mogul Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and NBA great Magic Johnson, the Associated Press reports.
"The Help" continues to clean up at the box office, taking over the No. 1 spot with $20.5 million in its second weekend. The DreamWorks Pictures film starring Viola Davis, Emma Stone and Octavia Spencer in a drama about Southern black maids had debuted in second-place a week earlier. "The Help" raised its domestic total to $71.8 million and bumped 20th Century Fox's "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," which slipped to No. 2 with $16.3 million after two weekends at the top, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Robert Rodriguez waited until Comic-Con to announce that he's planning sequels to "Sin City" and "Machete."
Reviews of Shank from Klei Entertainment and Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days from Eidos Interactive.
George Clooney's hitman tale "The American" took down Robert Rodriguez's revenge romp "Machete" at the box office over the long U.S. Labor Day holiday weekend.
Darren Aronofsky sees his newest film "Black Swan" as the companion piece to "The Wrestler."
Lindsay Lohan's judge on Wednesday laid out a path paved with therapy sessions and 12-step program meetings that could lead to the actress's recovery and an end to a three-year-old drug case.
Robert Rodriguez loves Comic-Con, but the San Diego Convention Center is just too limiting. So the filmmaker decided to unveil his new movie, "Machete," on a street corner instead.
Lindsay Lohan's time in jail will be short, but her time away from the public eye will be much longer.
Blu-ray reviews of Predator: Ultimate Hunter Edition from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Darkman and Flash Gordon from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez wrote on Twitter, "Thanks for the inspiration, advice, encouragement, and the decades of great entertainment."
Rodriguez explained that moviegoers will receive a card when they come into the theater that has eight numbers on it that hold scents that correspond with the film.