An Interview With Captain America's Hayley Atwell

An Interview With Captain America's Hayley Atwell

Yesterday, our partner site Movie Fanatic featured an interview with Captain America himself, Chris Evans. Now they bring us a sit-down with Hayley Atwell, the beautiful British actress who plays his love interest on screen.

Atwell's Peggy Carter feels an instant bond with Steve Rogers, who goes on to become Captain America. The actress talked about the role in detail, on top of dishing on sex scenes and what her ideal type of guy is in real life.

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The Hunger Games Movie Poster: In Motion, On Fire!

The Hunger Games Movie Poster: In Motion, On Fire!

The countdown to the March 23 release of The Hunger Games is officially on... fire!

Lionsgate has released the first movie poster for this wildly-anticipated book adaption, but it's not your typical promotional photo. Watch below as a basic black background grows into a flame-festooned, gleaming gold Mockingjay pin.

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Emma Watson to Follow Up Harry Potter With...

Emma Watson to Follow Up Harry Potter With...

How do you follow up what may turn out to be the highest-grossing film of all-time? By placing your career in the hands of one of Hollywood's most respected directors.

Such is the direction Emma Watson will reportedly take, as sources confirm she's negotiating to join Guillermo Del Toro for his remake of Beauty and the Beast. Not many details are available on the subject, but it's safe to assume Watson would portray Belle.

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Chris Evans: An Interview With Captain America

Chris Evans: An Interview With Captain America

The Hollywood Gossip's partners over at Movie Fanatic recently sat down with Captain America himself, Chris Evans, with his film's release slated for Friday.

Evans described being hesitant to take on such a huge role (he had to go to therapy) and talked about what it's like working with such an all-star cast.

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Winnie the Pooh: The Updating of a Kids' Classic

Winnie the Pooh: The Updating of a Kids' Classic

How do you update a children's classic so ingrained in kids' imaginations that it's hard to imagine anything about it changing? That's what Disney tries with its brand-new, feature-length Winnie the Pooh movie.

It's the first time classic Pooh has ever been turned into a major film, and tomorrow, a new adventure begins for the lovable ursine character and his buds.

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Christopher Columbus Says Goodbye to Harry Potter

Christopher Columbus Says Goodbye to Harry Potter

He's not as well known as Daniel Radcliffe or Emma Watson, but he's played as critical a role in the Harry Potter franchise as anyone.

So, how does Christopher Columbus - the director of the first two installments, and producer of the third - feel about the conclusion of this series, which officially gets underway with the Friday release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?

Arnold Schwarzenegger to Star in Last Stand

Arnold Schwarzenegger to Star in Last Stand

In the aftermath of a shocking scandal in which he did exactly the opposite, Arnold Schwarzenegger pulled out of all movie projects a few months ago.

All jokes and terrible intros aside, the former California Governor put his revamped movie career on hold in May. Now he's ready to ramp it back up.

Who Will Play the Villain in G.I. Joe 2?

Who Will Play the Villain in G.I. Joe 2?

Be warned, Adrianne Palicki. Ray Stevenson is coming your way.

A week after the former Friday Night Lights star was cast in G.I. Joe 2, this British actor has been named the key villain in the upcoming sequel. Stevenson (The Book of Eli, Thor) will reportedly take on the role of Firefly, a lead COBRA operative.

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon Remains Box Office Champion

Transformers: Dark of the Moon Remains Box Office Champion

Transformers: Dark of the Moon is officially the highest-grossing film of 2011.

The third film in this franchise earned $47 million over the weekend, a 52 percent decrease from its first three days, but good enough for it to have made $261 million in under two weeks.

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