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Bob Odenkirk shares his journey to becoming an action star in ‘Nobody’

Bob Odenkirk got a kick out of playing a punch-throwing, weapon-wielding action hero. Known for his decades of comedy and leading role in the drama series “Better Call Saul,” the actor is excited for the world to see him star as a suburban dad with a suppressed set of skills in the new thriller “Nobody.”


How Zack Snyder finally created the 'Justice League' he wanted all along

There really was another cut of “Justice League.” Everyone knew it: the studio, the director, the actors and, most importantly, the fans who bore witness to the 2017 film. They all knew it. But for a while, no one involved would officially acknowledge its existence.


Tom Holland embraces ‘darker role’ with in reunion with ‘Avengers’ directors

There’s much more to Tom Holland behind the mask. The actor, who rose to fame playing Spider-Man, embraced an entirely different type of character in the addiction drama “Cherry,” which reunited him with “Avengers” directors Joe and Anthony Russo.

33 years later, Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall return to Zamunda

When Eddie Murphy made the original "Coming to America," he was, almost indisputably, the funniest man in America. Murphy was at the very height of his fame, coming off "Beverly Hills Cop II" and the stand-up special "Raw." They were heady times. Arsenio Hall, Murphy's longtime friend and co-star in "Coming to America," remembers them sneaking out during the shoot to a Hollywood nightclub while still dressed as Prince Akeem and his loyal aide Semmi. "We were insane," says Hall. The '80s, Murphy says, are "all a blur."


'Coming 2 America' not a great movie, but it is great - and surprisingly gorgeous - fun

Who among us would count “Coming to America” as a great movie? The 1988 comedy, which featured Eddie Murphy at the height of his stardom, was far from a cinematic masterpiece: The silly, slapstick fairy tale of an African prince who travels to Queens to find the love of his life was pure ‘80s schlock, from its plastic production values to a plot that felt cobbled together from a library shelf of So You Think You Can Write a Screenplay guides. It wasn’t even a grand showcase for Murphy, who with the exception of playing some amusing secondary characters in disguise, delivered a performance far more subdued than he was capable of.


Keanu Reeves on the joy of writing his first comic book: 'Why not? That sounds amazing!'

It was the fall of 2017, and Keanu Reeves had been carrying around a character in his head. The actor so associated with portraying a phalanx of dark-clad fighters kept envisioning a world-weary warrior whose birth predated even human language. Who knows, he thought, this character just might be a future film role.


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