Horrible Bosses 2

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When the laughter stops: how sitcom stars have fared in Hollywood
For every Chris Pratt, Woody Harrelson and now Amy Poehler, there is a Sofia Vergara or Jennifer Aniston. We look at the former small-screen stars who made the biggest splash in Hollywood

Stephen Puddicombe

13, Jul, 2015 @11:49 AM

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Gay audiences are still short-changed by Hollywood, Glaad survey suggests
Last year saw a marginal improvement in film but shows such as Looking and Orange is the New Black have led the way on the small screen

Benjamin Lee

16, Apr, 2015 @1:02 PM

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DVDS and downloads: Interstellar, Get On Up, St Vincent, Bloodline and more
Interstellar’s battle between spectacle and verbiage moves to the living room. For real starry thrills, Netflix’s Bloodline is just the thing

Guy Lodge

29, Mar, 2015 @6:00 AM

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Paddington duffles up Penguins, Donkeys and Santa at UK box office
As the battle for festive family audiences hots up, the huggable hero hangs on to the top spot, while adult fare such as St Vincent, Black Sea and Men, Women and Children struggles

Charles Gant

10, Dec, 2014 @9:36 AM

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Mockingjay Part 1 still rules US box office roost, but Wild runs riot on limited release
The latest Hunger Games movie takes the honours as the Thanksgiving dust settles, while Reese Witherspoon’s Pacific Coast trek fable impresses on first appearance

Ben Child

08, Dec, 2014 @8:03 AM

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Global box office: Paddington sees off Interstellar from UK to Peru
Phil Hoad: Michael Bond’s marmalade-munching bear has good start to cinematic career in UK, but the future looks bleak for the Madagascar and Horrible Bosses franchises

Phil Hoad

03, Dec, 2014 @2:32 PM

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All aboard the Paddington express to UK box office supremacy
Charles Gant: Plucky ursine hero draws in a family audience to nudge Hunger Games: Mockingjay off the top spot

Charles Gant

02, Dec, 2014 @5:52 PM

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The Imitation Game breaks US box office with cracking screen average
Benedict Cumberbatch Oscar-tipped biopic takes $120,500 average over four cinemas, bettered only by The Grand Budapest Hotel this year

Ben Child

01, Dec, 2014 @9:38 AM

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Horrible Bosses 2 review – a vulgar, depressing bromance
Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day make Mark Kermode miserable in this lame comedy sequel

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

30, Nov, 2014 @12:07 AM

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Kevin Spacey: five best moments
Join us as we pick five of Spacey’s top film roles, and let us know which you would add

Tshepo Mokoena

28, Nov, 2014 @5:30 PM

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Horrible Bosses 2 review
Sudeikis, Batemen and Day are back and better than ever in this fast, outrageous and very funny sequel, writes Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

27, Nov, 2014 @10:44 PM

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Global box office Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
This week’s instalment of our series tracking cinema’s worldwide winners

Phil Hoad

26, Nov, 2014 @12:31 PM

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