Martin Lawrence confirms Bad Boys 3 on Conan (VIDEO)

It's happening! For fans of the Bad Boys franchise, a third film will be on its way to theaters at some point in the future.

Martin Lawrence appeared on Conan on Wednesday and he confirmed the rumor that Bad Boys 3 will indeed be a reality. FX snags Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence sitcom >> Photo credit: FayesVision/ He said to Conan O'Brien, "I believe so. Yes. I just talked to Jerry Bruckheimer. He sa...

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie has a release date, but no director

If Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hadn't done so well at the box office, perhaps Lionsgate would have spared us the Power Rangers. Regardless, this '90s kids' franchise is scheduled to hit a theater near you July 22, 2016, if they can find a director.

Based on the Japanese franchise called Super Sentai that also featured humans with extraordinary abilities, each wearing a distinct color, The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are ordinary teenagers with the power to morph into supreme fighters of evil. Megan Fox swears like a pirate, tells Turtle-h...

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The Giver book vs. movie: 8 Reasons the movie is far better than the book

It's rare that a movie version of a book is better than the actual book, but The Giver exceeds expectations. Read below to find out what's been added to update this dystopian tale.

1) Jonas is older In the book, the protagonist Jonas (Brenton Thwaites) is just 12 years old. In the movie they smartly made him 16 to justify the sexual tension he has with Fiona (Odeya Rush). Though it's not exactly a romance, their attraction to each other adds another compelling component ...

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Life After Beth is a very deep, emotional film and here's why

If you've ever lost a loved one unexpectedly, then you know you'd do absolutely anything to bring them back. Of course, that's unrealistic, but it doesn't mean we don't fantasize about having that loved one return. Life After Beth plays out that fantasy — for better or worse.

In Life After Beth, Beth (Aubrey Plaza) dies from a snakebite while out on a hike. Her parents (John C. Reilly and Molly Shannon) and her boyfriend, Zach (Dane DeHaan), are devastated and can barely make it through her funeral. But when Zach shows up at Beth's home to visit with her parents, he...

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