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'Spy Who Dumped Me's' Ivanna Sakhno On Beating The Crap Out Of Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon

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Relative newcomer Ivanna Sakhno steals the show in THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME as the gymnast hit woman in the action comedy starring Mila Kunis, Kate McKinnon, Justin Theroux and "Outlander’s" Sam Heughan. The Ukrainian-born actress reveals the funny behind the scenes shenanigans from the set and what food obsession Mila started on the Budapest set. The action comedy is coming to Blu-ray and DVD October 30.

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3 Things To Expect From 'Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse' Movie

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If you’re expecting another Spider-Man film with Peter Parker, then think again. There’s more to Spider-Man than Peter Parker, and that person is Miles Morales. What does this new iteration of the Spider-man comic mean in the larger scope of the superhero franchise? CineMovie got some early scoop when we visited Sony Pictures Animation for an early preview with filmmakers Chris Miller and, Phil Lord (THE LEGO MOVIE, 21 JUMP STREET) and actor Shameik Moore who provides the voice of Miles Morales. 

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'The Sentence' Director Rudy Valdez Talks Prison For Profit Documentary

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Cindy Shank was sentenced to 15-year sentence for her tangential involvement in a Michigan drug ring six years earlier. Her brother Rudy Valdez, a first-time filmmaker, captured an intimate portrait of her family and three daughters who also seem to be serving a long sentence without their mother in THE SENTENCE. The HBO documentary airs Monday, October 15 at 8pm.

CineMovie's Valentina Patruno sat down with the director to talk about why he wanted to shed light on his sister and her family's plight.

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Rami Malek Initially Struggled To Capture Freddie Mercury's Moves For 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

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Queen's frontman Freddie Mercury had moves like no other so capturing his style was just one of the challenges for Rami Malek for BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY. While many are praising his interpretation of the ultimate showman, he tells CineMovie he didn't like what was reflected back in the mirror. The actors playing the other members of Queen also give CineMovie insight into the real-like personas that didn't make the film. Watch the interview below. 

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Cedric The Entertainer Wants Viewers To Feel Uncomfortable Watching CBS’ 'The Neighborhood'

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You don’t often hear the word “racist” on television sitcoms, but on CBS’ new fall show, “The Neighborhood,” the word is thrown around for laughs. Starring and executive produced by Cedric the Entertainer, the comedian tells CineMovie it’s a good time to talk about race relationships in a funny manner.

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Venom Producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach Reveal Future of Venom Franchise

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No movie studio launches a superhero movie without the possibility of expanding the character into a franchise. Now that VENOM starring Tom Hardy as the Marvel comic book anti-hero has hit the big screen, what are the plans on a bigger scale? CineMovie sat down with VENOM producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach to talk about the big picture for Venom and whether he'll come face-to-face with Spider-Man.

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Interview: 'Shine' Movie Tells Story Of Spanish Harlem Gentrification Through Salsa

SHINE, the all Latino cast arrives in 600 movie theaters this weekend. It is one of the fastest funded KICKSTARTER for a Latino film. CineMovie sat down with stars Gilbert Saldivar, Jadi Collado and choreographer Lyrik Cruz to talk about the use of salsa dancing to tell a story of family drama affected by gentrification in Spanish Harlem.

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Interview: Venom Director Ruben Fleischer Talks Tom Hardy's Comedic Timing

Venom Tom Hardy Director Ruben Fleischer

Tom Hardy wasn't just acting when he heard an alien parasite talking to him in VENOM. The actor, according to VENOM director Ruben Fleischer, went method by recording the sentient alien Symbiote's voice himself beforehand and then playing it back in his ear during those hilarious scenes. CineMovie sat down with the director to talk about Tom Hardy's surprising turn as a comedic actor and some cool behind the scene reveals.

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