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New Trailer for Creepy Horror Movie 'Goodnight Mommy' [VIDEO]

By Stephanie Cieplinski |

Goodnight Mommy Poster

A new horror movie is about to hit theaters September 11th! Amidst various thrillers like "No Escape," "The Gift," "Insidious: Chapter 3" and "Sinister 2," "Goodnight Mommy" is a foreign horror film that is especially creepy. Entertainment Weekly reports, "RADiUS-TWC, the same distributor that released the acclaimed horror film "It Follows" earlier this year, has another frightening treat in store Read More »

Kristen Wiig's 'The Diary of a Teenage Girl' Receives Severe British Rating vs. MPAA

By Stephanie Cieplinski |

Kristen Wiig

Kristen Wiig's "The Diary of a Teenage Girl" has received a brutal rating in Britain due to the mature subject matter. The British Board of Film Classification said that anyone younger than 18 years of age would not be admitted even if they are accompanied by an adult. Read More »

Chris Pratt May Finally Receive an Emmy Award for 'Parks and Recreation'

By Stephanie Cieplinski |

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris

When talk of the Emmy Awards comes up recently, it's that Chris Pratt (married to actress/comedian Anna Faris with whom he's recently had a son with) may be up for his first nomination for the last season of "Parks and Recreation" this year. According to Golden Derby, there is buzz around Pratt's name now that he has become an established movie star as well. Last summer's Guardian's of the Galaxy really got Pratt's name out there and with the recent release of Jurassic World during the Emmy voting period (June 15-26), Pratt could have this in the bag. It is clear that his caliber has changed since he first started on "Parks and Recreation" back in 2009. Read More »

Pixar's 'Inside Out' Building Numbers at the Box Office

By Stephanie Cieplinski |

Inside Out LA Premire Party

How Peter Docter's script and casting choices really create a success out of Pixar's "Inside Out" Read More »

Eddie Redmayne Joins 'Harry Potter' Spinoff

By Joseph Randazzo |

Eddie Redmayne

The last time we saw Eddie Redmayne on the big screen he was a genius. Critics and audiences alike lauded him in his role as the tragically wheelchair-ridden Stephen Hawking in the Theory of Everything. Now, Redmayne finds himself in another iconic role albeit a more fictional one when he signed on to the Harry Potter series to be a part of its spinoff. A few weeks ago he was in talks for the lead role in this upcoming film titled the Fantastic Beasts, and, well, it looks like he has officially landed it. Read More »

See Spider-Man Reboot's Rumored Pool of Directors

By Joseph Randazzo |


Turmoil is probably the best word to describe the current state of the Avengers following Age of Ultron. With the few extra spots open on the team it seems like the Marvel Cinematic Universe will soon be opening their hearts to the teenage sensation Spider-Man after Disney acquired the hero from Sony. With the impending arrival of Spidey a few filmakers are rumored to take the helm including Jonathan Levine, Ted Melfi, Jason Moore, John Frances, Jonathan M. Goldstein and Jared Hess. Levine was the writer for 50/50 and Warm Bodies. Melfi was the writer/director of the Golden Globe nominated film St. Vincent. Moore wrote Pitch Perfect. Daley and Goldstein are responsible for the updated version of Vacation and Hess directed Napoleon Dynamite and Don Verdean. Read More »

Actors Walk off of Adam Sandler Set

By Joseph Randazzo |

Adam Sandler Movie Awards

Adam Sandler is setting new records for people walking out of his movies. Now, they're just doing it before the filming is done -- which is an incredible feat. TMZ reports a group of Native Americans walked off the set of Sandler's new movie because they felt it was racially insulting. The movie they walked out on, "The Ridiculous Six," stars Nick Nolta, Steve Buscemi, Dan Aykroyd, Jon Lovitz and Vanilla Ice. Read More »

[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Mo'Nique Talks New Film 'Blackbird' Out In 5 Cities Friday, April 24, 2015!

By Star Connor |


Out in five cities Friday, April 24 BLACKBIRD is the film to go see. Featuring some of your favorite stars, including Academy Award winner Mo'Nique, Isaiah Washington and introducing Julian Walker, BLACKBIRD will have you leaving the theaters changed. MStars News had the opportunity to speak one-on-one with Mo'Nique -yes the same lady from the UPN days, The Parkers, and Oscar-winning glory- to learn about her new role and this great new film! Read More »

Joss Whedon Faces Copyright Infringement Suit for 'Cabin in the Woods'

By Joseph Randazzo |

Premiere Of Marvel Studios' 'Marvel's The Avengers' - Arrivals People:Joss Whedon

In the realm of Marvel, Joss Whedon can do no wrong. It's when he's out of it things get a little tricky. The famed 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' director has found himself in a bit of a bind. He is currently the target of a copyright infringement lawsuit for his horror movie 'Cabin in the Woods.' According to the suit, Whedon took the idea from a 2006 Peter Gallagher novel 'The Little White Trip: A Night in Pines.' Read More »

Rihanna's First Animated Film, 'Home,' Debuts at No. 1

By Shayla Byrd |


Rihanna's first-ever animated film, "Home," opened to a surprising $54 million over the weekend and grossed $102.2 million worldwide. It beat out the Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart flick "Get Hard" for the top spot. Read More »

Cory Hardrict Reflects on Dating Tia Mowry When He Was Broke

By Star Connor |

Tia and Cory Hardrict

Cory Hardrict should win "husband of the year" for the comments he made in regards to his relationship with actress Tia Mowry. He truly "started from the bottom, now we here," and her recalled the couple's years dating, claiming she saw potential in him. Read More »

Feud in the Making? Jill Scott and Eve Share Their Thoughts on Iggy Azalea

By Star Connor |

With This Ring

The ladies of the Lifetime film, "With This Ring" have something to say about this industry called rap and the women in the music game. MStars News has learned that R&B singer, Jill Scott, and rapper, Eve, revealed what they think of Iggy Azalea and their comments could be taken as compliments or disses -- you decide. Read More »

MStars News Exclusive: Best-Selling Novelist Zane Talks About Her Film, 'Addicted'

By Star Connor |


The sexy, provocative tale of desire based on the bestselling book by Zane, Addicted has arrived in an unrated version on Digital HD this week, as the DVD will be available February 10. Read More »

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