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Column: Whether the DC Universe Should Start Over After 'Suicide Squad'


I’ve written and rewritten this column about 10 times, and I keep coming back to the same conclusion -- we deserve better.

I was extremely excited about "Suicide Squad," had faith in director David Ayer, and taking things even further back to this past December, penned a column on how 2016 could be the best year for superhero movies yet. After "Batman v Superman" and now "Squad," I believe I was wrong ... READ MORE

The Real 'Spotlight': Meet Team That Inspired the Oscar-Winning Film


It’s a little after 3 p.m. on a Wednesday as a clock ticks on the far wall of a dimly lit office off Morrissey Boulevard in Boston.

The room is a mess, it smells like mildew and there are old, yellowed newspapers everywhere sprawled out on rickety desks and the dirty floor. But there’s something else in this unassuming room that can’t be more than 400 to 500 square feet in size -- there’s history, and lots of it ... READ MORE

Tom Brady on CTE, Concussions and His Future in Football


"It’s a very important topic," Brady told ABC News. "If you are going to put yourself kind of in the line of fire, so to speak, you better educate yourself."


Is the pay gap between men and women in Hollywood growing?


ABC News spoke with experts in the field of Hollywood and economics to break down the disparity and see why there's a $40 million difference between the highest paid actor and actress this year.


What's driving the resurgence of reboots and remakes in TV & film?


Are there more remakes than even before, or are they just being advertised more? While the answer for TV seems somewhat clear, movies are a little more nebulous. The ever-growing presence of reboots and remakes in film is a mix of branding, safety-conscious studios and quality work based on older ideas but with new faces.



Why are Batman and Superman fighting in 'Dawn of Justice' and other Burning Questions Answered


After seeing "Batman v Superman" earlier this week, even I had a lot of questions -- and I've followed Marvel and DC Comics for years. There's a lot to take in and many moving parts that will certainly confuse someone who isn't a comic expert.

I invited a friend -- who has dabbled in some Marvel movies like "Iron Man," but really wasn't up on the canon that is Batman and Superman -- to see the film Thursday night for the first official showing at 6 p.m. Yep, it was going to be a long night for both of us -- I assumed she would have a ton of questions and I would be the one answering. Plus, the movie is 150 minutes long.


Profile: John Cena Talks ESPYS, His 'Accidental' Career and When to Retire


John Cena leans over and caresses his grande Starbucks coffee with both hands like it's the WWE Heavyweight Championship belt. For a man who has won more than 20 titles in his 14 years in pro wrestling, this is saying a lot, but at this very moment, caffeine is worth its weight in gold.

On the day Cena is in New York promoting the upcoming ESPY Awards, he's been up since 2 a.m., has flown cross country with a crazy plan to fly back that night to do his West Coast media day. After that, it's off to Tokyo for a match, then back to the States for "Monday Night Raw." Such is life for wrestling's biggest draw.


Column: How My 93-Year-Old Grandfather became My Dad


I used to be jealous of all my friends who were close with their fathers growing up.

For years, I watched and was invited to baseball games, dinners and even high school sporting events as my buddies all leaned on their dads for friendship and support. I never had that.


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