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'Second Act' Director Peter Segal Compares Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini Chemistry To 'Tommy Boy’s' David Spade and Chris Farley

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Real-life besties Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini play best friends in the new comedy, SECOND ACT directed by veteran director Peter Segal (TOMMY BOY, THE LONGEST HARD). The actresses’ hilarious on screen relationship is certainly the highlight of the film, and the director reveals that behind the scenes the two have a similar routine as did his TOMMY BOY stars David Spade and the late Chris Farley.

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Amber Heard Interview: 'Aquaman' Star Talks Spanglish and Big Kid Jason Momoa

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Amber Heard stars alongside Jason Momoa in James Wan's AQUAMAN as Princess Mera, the reigning Queen of Atlantis. The native Texan is fluent in Spanish and she's using her bilingual skills to talk about Jason Momoa's big personality, feeling like a raisin in her super soaked costume and why she's not diving into an ocean anytime soon. Watch video below.

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John Cena Interview: Watching 'Bumblebee' Made Him Emotional and His F-Bomb Outtakes

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John Cena is the funny tough guy "Agent Burns" in the BUMBLEBEE movie, but he can admit he got a little teary-eyed watching Hailee Steinfeld's performance with the lovable Transformer. He's also telling CineMovie there's a lot of f-bomb outtakes from the PG-13 movie. Watch the video interview below.

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Sandra Bullock Interview: 'Bird Box' Star On Yelling at Her 5-Year-Old Costars

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Sandra Bullock must survive the apocalypse with two 5-year-old children in BIRD BOX. Not only was it challenging for all the actors to walk around blind-folded, but Bullock also had to yell at her young costars. Bullock and director Susanne Bier talk about how they prepared the tiny actors to react to Bullock's stern instructions in the film.

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Interview: Emily Blunt Couldn't Get Through This 'Mary Poppins Returns' Song

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Emily Blunt is Mary Poppins 2.0 in Disney's MARY POPPINS RETURNS, and her singing in the film is angelic especially belting out the film's central song, "The Place Where Lost Things Go." Watch as she describes her first reaction to singing the song for the first time.

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'Coco' Star Anthony Gonzalez Goes Grim For HBO Movie About Immigration

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Anthony Gonzalez delighted audiences as the voice of Miguel in Disney*Pixar's COCO. For his next role, the young actor plays a Honduran immigrant seeking asylum from gangs in the U.S. in the HBO movie, "Icebox," premiering December 7th. CineMovie sat down to talk about "Icebox" and playing an immigrant stuck in the U.S. immigration system. Watch interview below.

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Nat Geo's 'Mars' Producer Everardo Gout Says Show Is Not Entirely Science Fiction

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National Geographic's "Mars" returns for a second season, and Mexican producer and director Everardo Gout tells CineMovie the show isn't entirely fiction. The show mixes scripted drama with documentary style interviews with experts and scientist weighing in on space travel and colonizing Mars. While humans can't inhabit Mars yet, Gout says the show consults experts on what it would be like and the exact science behind space travel.

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Sarah Silverman and John C. Reilly On A Ralph Breaks The Internet Rated R Version

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Wreck-It Ralph returns to break the internet in the follow-up to 2012's WRECK-IT RALPH with John C. Reilly reprising his role as our favorite arcade game character along with his BFF Vanellope von Schweetz voiced by Sarah Silverman. The RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET stars reveal there's an R-Rated version of the Walt Disney movie with some naughty improvisation happening in the recording session.

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