<p>Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum talk about &quot;22 Jump Street.&quot;</p>

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum talk about "22 Jump Street."

Does Jonah Hill have any Oscar advice for his '22 Jump Street' co-star Channing Tatum?

How do you make a sequel to a movie that spoofed a TV show that became a movie?

NEW YORK - The cast and crew of "22 Jump Street" have done something quite remarkable. They have taken a successful comedy that spoofed the idea of turning a TV show into a movie and made an even better sequel that spoofs the idea of, well, sequels.  Audiences are already hyped to see "22" based on the trailers and TV spots, but they have no idea just how smart the expected blockbuster really is.  Who says the summer movie season can't have a happy surprise or two?

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<p>Ralph Fiennes and Wes Anderson on the set of &quot;Grand Budapest Hotel.&quot;</p>

Ralph Fiennes and Wes Anderson on the set of "Grand Budapest Hotel."

Credit: Fox Searchlight

Wes Anderson on how 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' made 'Grand Budapest Hotel' work

How has his creative process changed?

2014 is a little under halfway over, but one film that is still firmly entrenched near the top of my "best of" list is Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel." And three months after its release audiences have shown their own approval at the box office.

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25 panels we want to see at Comic-Con 2014: 'Interstellar,' 'Lost,' 'Star Wars'

25 panels we want to see at Comic-Con 2014: 'Interstellar,' 'Lost,' 'Star Wars'

Plus: Can we ever get a 'True Blood' panel that's any good?

It's hard to believe, but another Comic-Con is right around the corner. Another four days of non-stop entertainment news and photo ops as some of the biggest stars in the world head to San Diego to promote their latest or current movies and TV shows. And, since approximately only 6,000 people can get into the massive Hall H, approximately 4,000 into Ballroom 20 and the entire event is effectively sold out, well, we're going to once again cover it from top to bottom for you.

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Are Shailene Woodley and Kristen Stewart really 2015 Oscar players?

Are Shailene Woodley and Kristen Stewart really 2015 Oscar players?

Popular actresses making noise in June

"The Fault in Our Stars" arrives in theaters tomorrow having already transformed itself from summer sleeper to expected blockbuster. The reviews have been very positive with a number of critics even admitting they were bawling at the end. That being said, when it really comes down to it, most reviewers will admit Josh Boone's direction leaves a lot to be desired. Still, the movie works. Why?  The reasons are two fold.

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Summer Surprise: 'Jupiter Ascending' moves to February 2015

Summer Surprise: 'Jupiter Ascending' moves to February 2015

Are reshoots in order?

To be frank, the buzz the past few months on Andy and Lana Wachowski's "Jupiter Ascending" has not been good.  So much so, that there was scuttlebutt it could be one of the bigger bombs of the summer.  Well, Warner Bros. appears to be giving the futuristic thriller new life.

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UPDATE: 'Anchorman's' Adam McKay confirms he won't direct 'Ant-Man'

UPDATE: 'Anchorman's' Adam McKay confirms he won't direct 'Ant-Man'

Will Ferrell's longtime partner won't replace Edgar Wright

UPDATE: After we broke the story on Saturday that McKay would in fact not be replacing Edgar Wright as the director of "Ant-Man," the "Anchorman" helmer confirmed our story by tweeting that, although he had indeed met with Marvel about taking on the job, his plate is already too full to commit:

ORIGINAL STORY: With cast and crew already in Atlanta, Marvel Studios is no doubt anxious to try and salvage its big screen version of "Ant-Man."  The shocking departure of Edgar Wright from the project a little over a week ago over the notorious "creative differences" leaving the Disney division scrambling to find another notable helmer to replace him.  Contrary to reports, it will not be Adam McKay.

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20 movies coming out this year that aren't on your radar yet

20 movies coming out this year that aren't on your radar yet

'Birdman,' 'A Most Violent Year,' 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' and more

Sure, "Interstellar" is sitting at the top of the November calendar as bright as the North star, but did you know "Birdman," "A Most Violent Year," "Theory of Everything" or "Dracula: Untold" were on the way?  Did you know "Hot Tub Time Machine 2" will take you back to the future this Christmas?  I'd guess not.

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<p>Steve Carell in Bennett Miller&#39;s &quot;Foxcatcher.&quot;</p>

Steve Carell in Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher."

Credit: Sony Classics

'Foxcatcher,' 'Mr. Turner' and Julianne Moore top Cannes Film Festival Oscar players

Few answers in the Best Foreign Language Film category

CANNES - After last year supplied Best Picture nominee "Nebraska," vaulted Bruce Dern into the Best Actor race, made "Inside Llewyn Davis" a pseudo contender and found many wondering if "Blue is the Warmest Color" could create some heat, awards season has some new players on the board as the 2014 Cannes Film Festival comes to a close.

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Kristen Stewart finally makes it to Cannes for 'Clouds of Sils Maria' premiere

Kristen Stewart finally makes it to Cannes for 'Clouds of Sils Maria' premiere

Plus: A 'Pulp Fiction' reunion on the red carpet

CANNES - She missed the photo call. She missed the press conference. Nothing, however, could keep Kristen Stewart from the 2014 Cannes Film Festival premiere of "Clouds of Sils Maria."

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<p>Quentin Tarantino at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival Friday.</p>

Quentin Tarantino at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival Friday.

Is Quentin Tarantino planning a four-chapter version of 'Django Unchained' for TV?

Holding court at Cannes in honor of 'Pulp Fiction'

CANNES - Quentin Tarantino held court at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival today with a press conference that was supposed to reflect on the 20th anniversary of "Pulp Fiction" winning the Palme d'Or in 1994. Instead, he mostly discussed his opinions on everything from digital projection (which he considers the "death of cinema"), finding himself watching "Kill Bill: Vol. 1" on Showtime, that the Palme d'Or means more to him than his Oscars (ouch) and what his next picture may or may not be. The most intriguing bit of news, however, was when he waxed over revisiting his Academy Award winning blockbuster "Django Unchained."

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