By Brent Lang
Does Epic Flop of ‘The BFG’ Mean Steven Spielberg Has Lost His Magic?
In 1975, Steven Spielberg ushered in the modern blockbuster era when “Jaws” terrified audiences and smashed box office records. It was a time when American directors were offering up smaller, more intimate looks at crime, politics and society, such as “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Dog Day Afternoon,” two of the year’s other…
Sacha Baron Cohen Ends New Flick With Donald Trump Contracting AIDS Virus
Sacha Baron Cohen is no fan of Donald Trump. The British comic ends his latest movie, “The Brothers Grimsby,” with a scene in which the Republican presidential candidate contracts HIV in a mishap, according to people who have seen the film. The sequence occurs during the film’s end credits and has received a raucous response…
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