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    Jamie Foxx Will Direct a Five-Episode Horror Anthology Series for Syfy

    "Django Unchained" star Jamie Foxx will be taking a spin behind the camera for Syfy. The network announced that the Oscar-winning actor will be executive producing, writing and directing an at the moment untitled five-episode horror anthology that will air this fall.

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    Jamie Foxx Wants To Scare With A Syfy Horror Series He'll Produce, Write & Direct

    Perhaps the best advice any actor can receive is to diversity and Jamie Foxx -- who first became known for his comedy -- seems to be taking that to heart. Before "Django Unchained," he starred in the hit comedy "Horrible Bosses" (sequel on the way) before stepping into Quentin Tarantino's movie, and...

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    Jamie Foxx Will Write & Direct 5-Episode Horror Anthology For Syfy

    Looking over 4 different press releases here from the Syfy channel, the network has unveiled a ton of new series for its upcoming season, including development of 2 miniseries based on two of science fiction's greatest novels: Larry Niven's Ringworld (a co-production of MGM Television and Universal ...

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    Warner Bros. Shutting Down 'Tarzan' Production Office, Might Try To Make It In 2014

    Looks like Warner Bros. is pulling an "Akira," "Paradise Lost" and "Arthur & Lancelot" on "Tarzan." The studio, which famously shut down all of those aforementioned films while they were in pre-production, is doing the same thing with "Tarzan" for pretty much same reason: money, money, money.

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    Watch: New Trailer For Channing Tatum's 'White House Down,' Plus Our Rundown Of New Footage Screened

    No one quite suits the title of Master of Disaster quite like Roland Emmerich, the director behind such bombastically apocalyptic visions as "Independence Day," "Godzilla," "The Day After Tomorrow" and "2012." Emmerich has gleefully destroyed major monuments, turning the White House into kindling an...

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    First Poster For The Other 'Die Hard' In The White House Movie - 'White House Down'

    A first trailer is expected to debut sometime this week; in the meantime, here's the first poster for Roland Emmerich's thriller White House Down, which stars Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum.

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    Jamie Foxx In Talks To Reprise Role As 'Motherf---er Jones' In 'Horrible Bosses 2'

    I actually didn't think I'd like the first Horrible Bosses movie, but I was entertained by it. It's not a film that I'm in any rush to see again, but if I happen to be at a friend's house, and it was something they were watching at the time, I won't complain.

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    This Time The Bosses Are *Really* Horrible: Jason Bateman, Charlie Day & Jason Sudeikis Sign For 'Horrible Bosses 2'

    In the works for a while now, "Horrible Bosses 2" seemed inevitable. The first film – great concept, pretty dull execution – powered its way to over $200 million worldwide. So no surprise that at the beginning of 2012, word first started burbling about a sequel, and by the summer, Seth Gordon was be...

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    It Might Have Been Will Smith Or Jamie Foxx, But Nick Cannon Will Play Drug Dealer Rick Ross In Biopic

    Back in 2011 it was reported that Nick Cassavetes was gearing up to direct a biopic of the notorious former drug kingpin, Rick Ross (not the rapper, fyi). Cassavetes also penned the script, which focuses on Ross’ early days as a crack cocaine dealer in Miami. The story gets its weight from the fact ...

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    Discuss: With Electro, Rhino & Green Goblin, Is 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Promising Villain Overkill?

    Since “Batman Begins,” superhero films have upped the ante as far as casting legit names to act out action-packed costumed melodramas for mass audiences. But it’s hard to say we’ve seen anything like the upcoming sequel to “The Amazing Spider-Man,” which last week added Oscar winner Chris Cooper to ...

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