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    Aretha Franklin Says Taylor Hackford Is Directing Her Biopic; Wants Denzel Washington To Play Her Dad

    Unsurprisingly, an Aretha Franklin biopic is not exactly a new idea – it’s one that’s been tossed around for many years now yet has failed to get off the ground. As far back as 2008, Aretha herself was speaking out about the project, at the time expressing reservations about a non-...

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    Halle Berry Plays Truth Or Dare & Terrence Howard Talks Identify In Redband 'Movie 43' Trailer

    Here's your first look at an ensemble project we first wrote about on the old S&A site in 2010, which is currently scheduled for a release in January 2013.

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    Watch: Red Band Trailer For Anthology Comedy 'Movie 43' Starring Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone & Every Star On The Planet

    What do you get when you put together twelve directors, way more stars and producing power of Peter Farrelly? Well, it's "Movie 43" a portmanteau of comedy that looks like it'll be wearing it's R-rating with pride. And a new red band trailer has dropped to let audiences know ju...

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    If You Prefer Surprises, You May Not Want To Watch This 'Cloud Atlas' Clip...

    I haven't seen the movie, so maybe this isn't as much of a spoiler as I think it is. But I thought I'd mention this just in case, and I'd still say that if you don't prefer surprises, maybe you shouldn't watch the clip, which helps audiences connect the dots between the ...

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    First Looks At Halle Berry, Terrence Howard In Ensemble Comedy 'Movie 43'

    Here's your first look at an ensemble project we first wrote about on the old S&A site in 2010, which is currently scheduled for a release in January 2013.

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    First Photos Of Kate Winslet, Anna Faris, Emma Stone & More From Comedy Omnibus 'Movie 43'

    When you're pulling together a comedy omnibus with shorts directed by Brett Ratner, Elizabeth Banks, Mike Judge, Bob Odenkirk, Steve Baker, Damon Escot and more, starring folks like Emma Stone, Halle Berry, Terrence Howard, Gerard Butler, Kristen Bell, Chloe Moretz, Josh Duhamel, Hugh Jackman, J...

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    'Cloud Atlas' Review and Roundup: And Now for Something Completely Different

    One Toronto movie met mixed response but was a delirious joyride for me: "Cloud Atlas." Truth is, except for the flat "V for Vendetta" and the final pixel-fucked "Matrix" movie, I've admired all of the Wachowskis' output, even "Speed Racer." These filmmakers have it all: strong writing chops, an ins...

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    Revolver Entertainment Picks Up UK Rights To Halle Berry's 'Dark Tide'

    Likely a film Halle Berry would like to forget (she's probably glad Cloud Atlas is attracting much buzz currently), it interestingly didn't play in USA theaters (although you can get it now on DVD/Blu-ray), but did overseas, pulling in over $430,000 from 6 territories (in parts of Asia,...

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    The Wachowskis Finally Give Up Their Anonymity & Lana Addresses Her Sexual Transformation: 'Cloud Atlas' At TIFF

    “Cloud Atlas,” the sprawling and epic adaptation of David Mitchell’s celebrated, heady and dense novel, screened last night at the Toronto International Film Festival. An unorthodox arrangement, as it was directed by the Wachowski siblings, Larry and Lana, plus German filmmaker Tom Tykwer (“Run Lola...

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    TIFF Review: 'Cloud Atlas' Is Bold, Messy & Disappointingly Unimaginative

    With The Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer literally throwing a critic off the roof of a building to his death in the opening moments of the nearly three-hour "Cloud Atlas," it's clear that they aren't concerned in the slightest with how this ambitious effort will be received. And you certainly have to give...

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