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    Speculate This: Will ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Be Delayed Until 2016?

    "Star Wars" good news only lasts so long. The most infamous ankle break in the history of below the waist bone breaks—since Joe Namath of course— is causing so much pain for so many. In case you've been living under an embargo of no ligament related news, you’ve probably heard by now that Harrison F...

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    Casting: Jared Leto Seeks 'Brilliance' Instead Of Will Smith, Sam Worthington Heads To 'Gallipoli' & More

    With an Oscar in his hands, presumably Jared Leto has his pick of movies, and it looks like he's eyeing former Will Smith gig "Brilliance." The Fresh Prince dropped out last month, but Leto is in early talks for the movie that's based on the novel by Marcus Sakey, that's set in "a world where a rare...

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    Robert Pattinson Denies Rumors He's Going To Play Indiana Jones Or Han Solo

    With Harrison Ford temporarily out of action (the latest rumors are that while he recovers from the ankle injury he suffered on the set of "Episode VII," he could be filmed from the waist up, although that could also be because he's refusing to wear pants, a la Marlon Brando in "The Score"), it's un...

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    These Great Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Star Wars IV, V & VI Show Magic in the Making

    "Star Wars: Episode VII" is on everyone's minds these days--if you missed it, yesterday we brought you the news that the newest star to join the film's every-growing cast is Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o--but Empire Magazine had decided to take a look back in Star Wars history to, you might say, a lon...

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    'Indiana Jones & The Temple Of Doom’: An Appreciation On Its 30th Anniversary

    Released on May 23, 1984, “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary and the fighting still hasn’t died down. At the time, “Return of the Jedi” was just one year old, and “E.T.” wasn’t even two years old, and “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” that first collaboration be...

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    Cannes: 'The Expendables 3' Hits the Croisette

    In the annals of Cannes PR-stunt hilarity, the sight of Stallone, Schwarzenegger, Ford, Gibson, Statham et al trundling down the Croisette in two tanks will be hard to beat this year.

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    Harrison Ford Offered to Reprise Rick Deckard Role in 'Blade Runner' Sequel

    It's official: Harrison Ford has been offered to reprise his iconic role as Rick Deckard in the sequel to "Blade Runner."

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    Producers Officially Reach Out To Harrison Ford To Return For 'Blade Runner 2'

    While Harrison Ford has always been honest about his lack of interest in Han Solo as a character (though he'll gladly take a paycheck), he's been equally clear about this enthusiasm (as much as Ford can muster) for Deckard from "Blade Runner," and the possibility of playing him again in a sequel. "I...

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    Watch: Sigur Rós Meets 'Blade Runner' In This Astounding Mash-Up Plus 7-Minute Art Direction & Production Design Featurette

    Philipp Acker, or “Schambess,” composited a beautiful tribute to “Blade Runner,” stringing together the film’s most beautiful shots with “All Right” by Sigur Rós to punctuate pivotal moments in the tribute. FYI, the tribute contains spoilers! While most of civilization pines for more “Star Wars” and...

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    Harrison Ford Thinks Indiana Jones Is More Interesting Than Han Solo

    As the wait continues for "Star Wars: Episode 7," it's probably a good time to take a look back and how we all got here, and that's what Entertainment Weekly has done. A new piece from the magazine dives into the journey of Harrison Ford, who has long, long said he had zero interest in ever playing ...

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