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"Divergent"

’Divergent’ debuts with $56M

By Jake Coyle | Mar 23
To go with "Twilight" and "The Hunger Games," Lionsgate now has a trio of young-adult franchises with the box-office leading "Divergent."

A promotional still from "The Muppets Most Wanted"

The Muppets Are The Most Wanted

By Kevin Taft | Mar 21
The furry and spongy gang known as the Muppets is back. After a successful reboot with "The Muppets," Jim Henson’s gang of animals, monsters, and googly-eyed misfits return, this time in a caper worthy of "The Crown Affair." Well, sort of.

Shailene Woodley and Maggie Q in "Divergent"

Maggie Q & Mekhi Phifer :: Being ’Divergent’ in Hollywood

By Sean Au | Mar 19
In the new Dystopian teen epic "Divergent" actors Maggie Q & Mekhi Phifer play key members of a faction called Dauntless, which star Shailene Woodley wants to join. EDGE spoke to the actors about the film and the notion of divergent casting in Hollywood.

Blogging SXSW ::Running the Gamut, from Serious to Raunch

By Kevin Langson | Mar 18
Kevin Langston’s latest report from SXSW has him seeing films that run from the serious to camp to just plain raunch.

Blogging SXSW :: Boyhood & Adulthood (And What Lies Between)

By Kevin Langson | Mar 14
EDGE’s film writer Kevin Langston continues his blog on what films he’s seen at the SXSW Festival.

Jazz (right) and his new German boyfriend in director Baby Ruth Villarama’s ’Jazz in Love’

Cultures Clash in Film Festival

By David Lamble | Mar 14
The 2014 edition of the Center for Asian American Media Film Festival (March 13-23) kicks off at our beloved Castro Theatre movie palace with the Vietnam-based fashion comedy "How to Fight in Six Inch Heels."

Aaron Paul in a publicity shot for "Need for Speed"

Adrenaline Rush :: Aaron Paul on ’Need for Speed’

By Fred Topel | Mar 13
Two-time Emmy winner Aaron Paul comes to the big screen in "Need for Speed," a car-racing drama that very well may be the start of a new franchise. EDGE spoke to Paul about cars, movies and (of course) "Breaking Bad."

Jason Bateman behind the camera on the set of "Bad Words"

Jason Bateman Behaves Badly in ’Bad Words’

By Sean Au | Mar 12
In "Bad Words," Jason Bateman plays a 40-year old that crashes a spelling bee, then abuses his younger contestants. EDGE spoke to the actor about the new comedy, which he also directs.

’The Single Mom’s Club’ Premieres in Hollywood

Mar 11
The cast of Tyler Perry’s new film, "The Single Mom’s Club," hits the red carpet in Hollywood to discuss the new comedy.

Blogging SXSW :: Tilda Swinton, Lady Valor & Veronica Mars

By Kevin Langson | Mar 9
EDGE is at SXSW where Kevin Langston blogs on the movies he’s seeing during the biggest interactive festival of the year.