Disney Channel Stars Then and Now

What do Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas, and Ashley Tisdale have in common? They all appeared on the Disney Channel. Check out your favorite Disney Channel stars, then and now.

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For Love of Country: Military Heroes From the Movies

From the men of the 2nd Ranger Battalion in Saving Private Ryan to the Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit in The Hurt Locker, we salute the movie characters who've displayed patriotism, bravery, and sacrifice in service of their country.

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Dwayne Johnson is adding a new superhero to his resume: Doc Savage.  The actor said on Monday that he would be teaming with director Shane Black to bring the pulpy action hero to life in a new film, which had been in development at Sony Pictures. Black is planning to tackle the project after a ... See more »

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The IMDb Summer 2016 Movie Guide

Dive in and get planning for the season: Superheroes, anti-heroes, sci-fi sequels, and more await you in our Summer Movie Guide.

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Challenge Your Assumptions With 'The Witness'

This documentary chronicles William Genovese's journey to unravel the truth about the infamous death of his sister, Kitty, who was reportedly stabbed in front of 38 witnesses.

What New Broadcast TV Series Will Launch Next Season?

We're keeping a list of all the new broadcast TV series that will hit your screens in the 2016-17 season. Which ones will you add to your Watchlist?

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Popular Movies on Amazon Video

Deadpool tops the most popular movie titles on Amazon Video this week, with The Revenant holding strong nearly five months after it took home the Golden Globe. Under-the-radar sci-fi thriller The 5th Wave is a surprise entry to the top five.

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Did You Know?

Bridge of Spies

As seen in the film, Soviet agent Rudolf Ivanovich Abel received coded messages from his KGB handlers that were hidden inside a hollow U.S. nickel. The FBI first became aware of Abel's activities in 1953, when a Soviet agent mistakenly used one of the hollow nickels to buy a newspaper. The Brooklyn newsboy who had received the nickel thought it felt too light. He dropped the nickel on the sidewalk, and it popped open, revealing a piece of microfilm with a coded message inside. But FBI cryptologists were unable to crack the code until 1957, when a KGB defector, Reino Häyhänen, gave them the key to deciphering the code, and also gave up Rudolph Abel. The "Hollow Nickel Case" was also dramatized in The FBI Story (1959), starring James Stewart.

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Poll: Non-Human Characters of "Game of Thrones"

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"Game of Thrones" is full of other-wordly creatures: Drogon, the three-eyed raven, the direwolves, and the Shadow Demon, to name a few. Which of these non-human characters from "Game of Thrones" is the most interesting?

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