A group of sympathetic humans help a dolphin with a damaged tail in this heartwarming sequel to the surprise 2011 hit. Inspired by actual events.

Starring:
Ashley Judd, Harry Connick Jr., Morgan Freeman, Mae Whitman, Spencer Breslin, Kris Kristofferson, Austin Stowell, Nathan Gamble, Cozi Zuehlsdorff

Rated General (G)
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Superhero memorabilia can be surprisingly pricey, something actor Ben Affleck learned recently while shooting “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

While promoting his part in “Gone Girl” during an interview on “Live with Kelly and Michael,” Affleck discussed his role as the caped crusader in the upcoming Zack Snyder flick, joking with hosts Kelly Ripa and Michel Strahan that he expects to get a lot of birthday party appearance requests following the high-profile movie’s 2016 release. After Strahan wondered whether or not Affleck will get to keep one of his Batman costumes following the film’s wrap, the actor admitted that he did inquire about the possibility — but faced some sticker shock when producers told him he’d have to pay up for the prop.

“I asked them, ‘So, what about maybe taking the suit home at the end of the thing?’ And they’re like, ‘For $100,000 you can,'” Affleck said. “I was like, ‘Maybe I’ll just take a picture.'”

Despite that disappointment, the actor said he understood why the suit would cost so much, telling Ripa and Strahan that audiences demand a higher-quality product these days when it comes to their superhero flicks, and that includes getting details like a perfectly-designed suit exactly right.

“These movies have become a big deal, so they spend a lot of money on every little detail, and they’re scrutinized and criticized,” Affleck said. “And the guy who did the suits did a very good job.”

Moviegoers can check out the high-quality costumes for themselves when “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” opens on March 25, 2016.

[via: Live with Kelly and Michael, h/t Yahoo! Movies]

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The Equalizer Weekend Box Office
NEW YORK (AP) – Flexing a rare kind of star power, Denzel Washington led the thriller “The Equalizer” to a $35 million debut, according to studio estimates Sunday.

The Columbia Pictures release dominated the weekend box office, coming out ahead of some forecasts for the film. In it, Washington plays a former commando lured into a battle with the Russian mafia.

The strong opening marks the third-best debut in Washington’s career, trailing only “Safe House” and “American Gangster.”

Last weekend’s top-performer, the young adult novel adaptation “The Maze Runner” slid to second with $17.5 million in its second week.

The stop-motion animated release “The Boxtrolls” opened in third with $17.3 million. It’s the best opening yet for the Oregon-based animation studio, whose previous films are “Coraline” and “ParaNorman.”

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Based on the comic book by Frank Miller, the much antici-pated sequel focuses on both familiar faces and brand new characters. Featuring an all-star cast, the latest installment in the Sin City franchise will again mix special effects with black and white coloring to replicate the world of the original graphic novel.

Jessica Alba, Powers Booth, Josh Brolin

Action 1 hour 45 mins

Rated 14A
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Parents Cautioned

Animated Movie MistakesThink animated movies are error-free? Think again.

Most live-action films are littered with little mistakes here and there, while animated films are produced in a painstakingly slow, one frame at a time. So, naturally, it would make sense for them to be completely polished, right? Nope.

Not even these classic animated movies are exempt. From “Toy Story” to “The Lion King,” here are some of the biggest “oops” moments from animated films. We’re only human.

As usual, all photos are courtesy of MovieMistakes.com.

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Premiere Of Universal Pictures And Studiocanal's
After working together on the less-than-successful western comedy “A Million Ways to Die in the West,” Liam Neeson and Seth MacFarlane are still trying to create comic gold together, and are teaming up again for “Ted 2.”

MacFarlane confirmed Neeson’s involvement in the project on Twitter Wednesday, writing that the actor was on set shooting scenes earlier in the week. He also noted that Morgan Freeman was currently filming for the sequel to “Ted,” the 2012 talking bear flick starring Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis, with MacFarlane voicing the foul-mouthed title character.

Yesterday Liam Neeson, today Morgan Freeman. Not a bad week for #Ted2.

- Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) September 24, 2014

MacFarlane and Wahlberg are back for round two with the sequel, and Amanda Seyfried is filling in for Kunis in the female lead role this time around. There’s no word on who Neeson is playing, but any cameo from the action star will be a welcome one.

“Ted 2″ is set to hit theaters on June 26, 2015.

via: Seth MacFarlane, h/t The Hollywood Reporter

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