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James Gunn blown away by Margot Robbie on The Suicide Squad

The Guardians of the Galaxy director is helming the upcoming Suicide Squad sequel.

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Margot Robbie 'rattled' by Bombshell script

Margot Robbie has admitted she was "rattled" by the script for 'Bombshell', which tells the story of the Fox News sexual harassment scandal.

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Emma Stone & Brad Pitt Might Be Bringing An Old Hollywood Couple To Life

Three years after the debut of the romantic dramedy musical La La Land, Emma Stone has signed on to star in yet another Damien Chazelle production. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Stone is slated to play real-life film star Clara Bow, and Brad Pitt will be her fictionalised love interest, inspired by old Hollywood’s “Great Lover” John Gilbert.

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Emma Stone & Brad Pitt Might Be Bringing An Old Hollywood Couple To Life

Three years after the debut of the romantic dramedy musical La La Land, Emma Stone has signed on to star in yet another Damien Chazelle production. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Stone is slated to play real-life film star Clara Bow, and Brad Pitt will be her fictionalized love interest, inspired by old Hollywood’s “Great Lover” John Gilbert.

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A dinner date at Hollywood’s oldest restaurant

When Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was released in the summer, it wasn’t just the movie’s A-list cast —

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HOLLYWOOD BULLETIN: Charlize Theron: More than just beauty and brains

Los Angeles - Charlize Theron walks into a room with confidence, donning a short-cropped blonde hair with bangs.

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Margot Robbie says 'going dark' on screen is much easier

'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' actress Margot Robbie admitted she finds it "easier to go dark" when it comes to her big screen roles, and playing a happy character presents its own set of challenges.

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'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' heads back to theaters with 10 additional minutes

Quentin Tarantino's latest release, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," is being re-released in theaters with an extra 10 minutes.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood re-released with new footage

'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' will be re-released with four new scenes, Sony Pictures has confirmed.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood China Release On Hold Indefinitely As Quentin Tarantino Refuses To Make Changes To the Film

Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino will not be recutting his Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt-starrer Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to appease Chinese censors. According to a source, Tarantino is taking a take-it-or-leave-it stance in the wake of Chinese regulators pulling the film from the schedule a week before its release in the country, reports hollywoodreporter.com. The film was scheduled to release in China on October 25. But the release of the acclaimed film has been put on hold indefinitely. Sony Pictures Entertainment didn't give any explanation for the delay. The decision to halt the release is speculated to be about Tarantino's portrayal of the late martial arts hero Bruce Lee, who was of Chinese descent. Sources close to Beijing-based Bona Film Group, which is one of the investors in the film, and China's Film Bureau, state that Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee, made an appeal to China's National Film Administration, asking that it demand changes to her father's portrayal. In fact, friends and family of the action star have also criticised Tarantino for his portrayal of Lee, saying it doesn't resemble the real-life man and is instead a caricature. But Tarantino, who has final-cut rights included in his contract, has no plans to edit his film, since China has not given any explanation about what is objectionable in the film, reports hollywoodreporter.com The plot revolves around aging star Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Pitt). In a parallel storyline, Margot Robbie portrays Dalton's neighbour Sharon Tate, who was murdered by members of the Charles Manson family. Tarantino has described Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as his love letter to Los Angeles of 1969. The film also has Al Pacino, Dakota Fanning, Kurt Russell, Lena Dunham and the late Luke Perry in other roles.

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Margot Robbie Adds Striking Venice Compound to Packed Property Portfolio

Now that she's cemented her place among the world's top-earning female actors, Oscar-nominated Aussie producer/star Margot Robbie ("I, Tonya," "Mary Queen of Scots," "Suicide Squad," "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood") has turned her talents to real estate

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‘Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood’ to Return to Theaters With New Footage

Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood” is returning to theaters in North America with 10 minutes of new footage as it readies its Oscar run this awards season.The film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie will expand to over 1,000 locations in the U.S. and Canada starting

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