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He’s been promoting his new flick nonstop for weeks, but unfortunately Zac Efron's best efforts failed to inspire fans to see “We Are Your Friends” this weekend.

According to industry numbers, the $1.8 million opening run is the worst total of any Hollywood studio film that has played in 2,000+ theaters (WAYF actually opened in 2,333 locations). And given that Warner Bros paid $6 million for production and another $2 million for distribution, there’s a good chance “Friends” will end up a tax write-off.

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As pro football season prepares to kick off (pun intended), Sony Pictures just unveiled the new trailer for “Concussion,” slated to hit theaters on December 25th.

The much-anticipated movie features big names like Will Smith, Alec Baldwin, Stephen Moyer, Luke Wilson, Albert Brooks and Paul Reiser, all under the direction of Peter Landesman, who also penned the script.

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For the third straight weekend in a row, “Straight Outta Compton” has scored the highest ticket sales in the land.

The NWA biopic raked in an additional $13.2 million, bringing its total to an impressive $134 million overall. And the runner up position belongs to a little-known Christian film called “War Room,” thanks to an $11 million opening weekend.

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She’s always been an occasional smoker, and Katie Holmes was back on the cigarettes while filming her new movie “All We Had” in New York City on Thursday (August 27).

The “Teaching Mrs. Tingle” babe wore a waitress ensemble and puffed away on a ciggy like a seasoned pro while shutterbugs and fans looked on.

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Fans young and old are rejoicing this week, as “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” just posted a short teaser trailer to Instagram.

Slated to hit theaters on December 18th, the much-anticipated project bring back Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill and adds in Adam Driver, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley and Lupita Nyong'o.

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She’s been working hard on her new “Ghostbusters” reboot, and Melissa McCarthy has a message for all the naysayers that have been badmouthing the all-female cast.

The “Bridesmaids” actress posted a photo via Instagram on Tuesday (August 25), including costars Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon and every other female worker from the cast and crew.

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Things just keep getting more exciting for Jennifer Lawrence, as it turns out she’s deep into writing a screenplay with Amy Schumer and they’re both going to star in the film.

During her interview with the New York Times today (August 26), the “Hunger Games” gal explained, “We play sisters. We’re almost done writing. It just flowed out of us. We’ve got about 100 pages right now.”

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With three months to go, Lionsgate has unveiled a new piece of artwork for the forthcoming final chapter of the “Hunger Games” franchise.

The just-released banner for “Mockingjay Part 2” depicts a snow-surrounded snapshot of District 13 as the soldiers prepare for their final assault.

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He’s played a variety of different characters throughout his successful career and now Matt Damon is tackling the story of an abandoned astronaut in “The Martian,” slated to hit theaters on October 2nd.

20th Century Fox just unleashed a new promo clip for the Ridley Scott project, which also stars Kristen Wiig, Jessica Chastain, Michael Pena, Kate Mara and Jeff Daniels.

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Thanks to a slew of hit films and endorsements, Jennifer Lawrence has claimed the top spot on Forbe's 2015 list of highest paid actresses.

"The Hunger Games" hottie tops the list with $52 million in earnings last year. Coming in second was "Avengers" actress Scarlett Johansson with $35.5 million. Rounding out the top 3 was comedy star Melissa McCarthy with $23 million.

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