• 'CHIPS' Star Michael Peña On Mastering The Motorcycle ‘I Was Not Good’

    'CHIPS' Star Michael Peña On Mastering The Motorcycle ‘I Was Not Good’

      Michael Peña picks up where Erik Estrada left off in a revamp of the 70s television show CHIPS. Written, starring and directed by Dax Shepard, CHIPS the movie has nothing in common with the original show except for the action on motorcycles. For Peña, the motorcycle action proved the most difficult in the buddy comedy flick. Read More
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New 'Fate of the Furious' Trailer and Poster: It's Raining Cars

Fate of the Furious Vin Diesel Charlize Theron

THE FAST AND FURIOUS franchise is not slowing down anytime soon as evident in the new FATE OF THE FURIOUS trailer which sends the car stunts into hyperdrive. The action is ridiculously good (and a bit unrealistic), but Charlize Theron's weapon of choice via a hack is the most bad ass we've seen in a while. It also reminds us not to get fully automated cars.

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Watch 2 New 'Rough Night' Red Band Trailers: Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon, Zoë Kravitz Are Having A Rough Night

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It's ladies night in the new movie ROUGH NIGHT, and the new trailer mixes pleasure with a dead body. Watch Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon and Zoe Kravitz party like rock stars until an accident puts a full stop. Watch two newly released trailers with different footage for a film reminiscent of BRIDESMAIDS meets WEEKEND AT BERNIE'S.

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'The Mick' Breakout Star Carla Jimenez Isn’t Your Typical Latina Maid On The FOX Comedy

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Latino actors are often relegated to playing the help, the gang member or a drug king so when actress Carla Jimenez went in for yet another role as the maid for FOX’s THE MICK, she thought she would have to resort to playing yet another stereotype. Luckily for Jimenez, the role as Alba is a multi-dimensional character with her own quirks that goes beyond the typical portrayal. The Los Angeles-born native tells CineMovie how she won over the role.

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