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Though she’s best-known for her vocal chops, Rita Ora is excited for the world to see her acting abilities in the forthcoming film “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

On Monday night (December 29), the “How We Do” singer shared a photograph of herself dressed as Mia Grey, and it’s certainly more winning than the strange shot that emerged last month. At the time, fans wrote things like, “She looks horrid. Mia is meant to be a cute girly girl. Not looking like a man in drag,” and “I’m glad you got to play her, but it’s not how I pictured Mia. Sorry.”

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Though the FBI claimed that Kim Jong-Un was definitely responsible for the Sony Pictures computer hacking scandal, it turns out North Korea may not be on the hook after all. According to Cybersecurity firm Norse Corp, the whole snafu was coordinated by a former Sony employee who is based right here in the USA.

Norse has discovered the ex-staffer, referred to as ‘Lena,’ has been linked to the hack because she has “extensive knowledge of the company’s network and operations.”

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Though she hasn’t been known as an action star thus far, Salma Hayek taking on a new challenge in the forthcoming film “Everly.”

Directed by Joe Lynch, the new movie is being billed as an “ode to Asian cinema and the action classic ‘Die Hard,’” and the just-released trailer looks pretty convincing. Hayek plays a prostitute-turned informant named Yakuza, who fends off assassins and takes her daughter to start a new life.

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She may not be great when it comes to walking in red carpet dresses, but Jennifer Lawrence sure knows how to make money for movie companies. Per a Forbes report, the “American Hustle” hottie is the highest-grossing actress of the year thanks to the $1.4 billion her films earned over the past twelve months.

Coming in at number two is “Parks and Recreation” hunk Chris Pratt, as “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “The Lego Movie” made a combined $1.2 billion.

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The members of the online hacker group Guardians of Peace must be fuming as Sony has announced a whopping $15 million in earnings from the digital downloads of “The Interview.” According to a Sony Pictures statement the controversial flick has set a new record for their video on demand service, and that’s a welcome batch of good news in the midst of all the leaked emails and films as of late.

Following a massive hack of their computers, Sony initially decided to pull “The Interview” from its Christmas Day release, however the call was reversed soon thereafter and the film opened in independent theaters.

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Though she usually takes on more of a comedic role, Kat Dennings shows her impressive range in the new preview trailer for “To Write Love on Her Arms.” The “2 Broke Girls” star joins Rupert Friend, Corbin Bleu and Chad Michael Murray in the project, a true story from director Nathan Frankowski.

Per the synopsis, “Renee Yohe is a Florida girl who struggles with addiction and abuse. I a creative blend of artistic fantasy and music conflicted with hard reality, Renee discovers the value of genuine friendships and embarks on a daunting-yet-courageous journey toward recovery.

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Once the food is eaten and the presents are opened, many families head off to the movie theater to catch a Christmas Day flick. And this year, Angelina Jolie’s “Unbroken” is the undisputed top dog, with earnings in the low-to-mid teens ($13-$15 million) on Thursday (December 25).

Just behind the Louis Zamperini flick is “Into The Woods,” starring Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick and Johnny Depp, with approximately $10 million in ticket sales.

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It’s been a long wait for “Entourage” fans, but now it’s only a matter of months until the highly-anticipated flick hits theaters.

In a new trailer from Warner Bros, Vince, Ari, E, Turtle and Johnny Drama are all back in action, and there are plenty of fresh faces as well.

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While things were looking pretty dismal last week, now it seems Sony has decided to release “The Interview” on Christmas Day after all. According to Chairman/CEO Michael Lynton, the Seth Rogen/James Franco flick about assassinating North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has several theaters set up for showings and they’re also working on a VOD option.

Lynton declared, “We have never given up on releasing ‘The Interview’ and we’re excited our movie will be in a number of theaters on Christmas Day. At the same time, we are continuing our efforts to secure more platforms and more theaters so that this movie reaches the largest possible audience.”

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They’ve been taking some serious heat for bending to the Guardians of Peace, and even though Sony decided not to release “The Interview” on Christmas Day, the movie itself isn’t dead in the water. According to attorney David Boies, fans can expect to see the James Franco/Seth Rogen flick in the months ahead.

Boies told “Meet the Press,” “Sony only delayed this. Sony has been fighting to get this picture distributed. It will be distributed. How it’s going to be distributed, I don’t think anybody knows quite yet. But it’s going to be distributed.”

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