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    New Pics From 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Swing In Featuring Jamie Foxx, Andrew Garfield & Emma Stone

    For a movie that's not coming out for another year (okay, a bit less than that), "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" sure is blowing its load a bit early, dropping all kinds of images online. Are the filmmakers hoping to encourage audiences by letting them know this time around they are actually going to get...

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    Two is Just Too Many Women for Spiderman to Deal With

    I noticed on twitter some chatter earlier today about the fact that Shailene Woodley who is about to cover EW with her new film Divergent (which looks like it could be a real successor to The Hunger Games) will no longer be a part of the second Amazing Spiderman movie playing MJ Watson.

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    Carey Mulligan Takes Frontrunner Position To Play Hillary 'Rodham' Clinton Rumors

    While names and beautiful talented faces like Scarlett Johansson, Amanda Seyfried, Jessica Chastain and Reese Witherspoon were rumored not so long ago to be in the running to take the lead in "Rodham," it looks like that list has been whittled down fast. Chastain herself took her name out of the run...

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    Emma Stone Out, Mia Wasikowska May Step In For Guillermo Del Toro's 'Crimson Peak'

    While she may not have been able to join Olivier Assayas' "Sils Maria," with the stars unable to align for her to take a role, she's now aiming to take on her first blockbuster role since breaking out in "Alice In Wonderland."

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    First Details Emerge On Woody Allen's Emma Stone-Colin Firth Starring Next Comedy

    Even while plot details on Woody Allen's upcoming summer release "Blue Jasmine" continue to be kept largely under-wraps, the first pieces of information on his next as-yet-untitled film have been released.

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    Woody Allen Returns to France for Next Film Starring Colin Firth and Emma Stone

    Woody Allen is returning to Europe this summer for the eighth time to shoot his next typically untitled comedy in southern France. British star Colin Firth and American actress Emma Stone topline the cast.

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    Colin Firth Joins Emma Stone In Woody Allen's Next Film; Says 'Bridget Jones 3' Not Happening Anytime Soon

    Colin Firth pretty much classes up the joint whenever he appears on screen, so no surprise the actor is in high demand. Hell, this morning we learned he was making a rare blockbuster move, and lining up a role in Matthew Vaughn's "Secret Service." But when Woody Allen comes calling, you clear your s...

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    Emma Stone To Star In Woody Allen's Next Movie Plus First Look At Louis C.K. In 'Blue Jasmine'

    Though his latest film, "Blue Jasmine," hasn’t even been released yet, Woody Allen is already starting work on his next directorial effort, continuing his annual ritual. And he’s found his leading lady, and it's someone you might not expect.

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    Rachel McAdams Joins Cameron Crowe's Next Film Starring Emma Stone & Bradley Cooper

    Rachel McAdams has carved out an interesting year ahead, wandering around with some horses in Terrence Malick's "To The Wonder" which arrives tomorrow, getting into some sexy intrigue with Noomi Rapace in Brian De Palma's B-movie sizzler "Passion," getting some time travel and romance in with Richar...

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    Review: Animated 'The Croods' Sacrifices Story & Character On Altar Of Impressive 3D Visuals

    We suspect our reaction may be out of step with the general consensus of press at our Berlin Film Festival screening of the "The Croods" (where we first saw the film back in February) if the guffaws and applause were anything to go by, but really that had us kind of baffled. The DreamWorks film, fro...

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