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Chris Pratt-led comic book movie and Seth Rogen-starring R-rated comedy, along with Ansel Elgort's romantic drama 'The Fault in Our Stars', dominate the nominations with seven nods apiece.
The original cast members will reprise their roles and so will the creative team including the director and screenwriters from the first film.
The R-rated comedy started off strong on Thursday night shows and continued the streak over the weekend.
During Produced By conference over the weekend, the actor also dished out how he cut the 'Neighbors' budget to avoid interference from studio execs.
Thanks to both female audience as well as extensive promotions, the tear-jerker romantic movie scored $48.2 million in its opening weekend.
Taking in $70 million across North America in the debut weekend, the reinterpretation of 'Sleeping Beauty' is Jolie's highest-grossing movie to date.
Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post defended her essay after Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow bashed her opinion.
The 'Neighbors' actor calls Ann Hornaday's article 'horribly insulting and misinformed,' while Apatow says it was 'idiotic thoughts.'
The web-slinging superhero movie took in almost $20 million less than the low-budget R-rated comedy.
The former 'High School Musical' star's real-life experience of living on the wild side becomes his inspiration to make a convincing performance in the comedy.
Matt Bomer, Ethan Hawke, Jon Favreau, and Nicolas Cage also stop by the South by Southwest event to promote their respective new movies.
The newly-added Episodic section features 'Deaddbeat', 'From Dusk Till Dawn', 'Halt and Catch Fire', 'Penny Dreadful", and 'Silicon Valley'.