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    Baz Luhrmann To Shoot 'Great Gatsby' In 3D, Takes Production Down Under

    Lensing To Begin This August For 17 Weeks After finally settling on the adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" as his next project, Baz Luhrmann is now set to take the production to his hometown of Sydney, Australia, where lensing in 3D (yes, 3D!) will begin this August.

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    Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' May Shoot This Fall With Robert Downey Jr.

    Paul Thomas Anderson is nothing if not deliberate. With Kubrickian spans of time between each of his films, the man simply will not be rushed. Which is why it was surprising that a few short months after his religious drama (commonly referred to as) “The Master” seemed to go quiet, it was revealed late last year that Anderson was already hard at work on his next project, an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s "Inherent Vice." At that time, CAA, (who also rep Anderson), wanted to attach Robert Downey Jr. to the lead role of private eye Doc Sportello, but because of Downey’s busy schedule it was unclear when he would be available to film. Just over ...

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    Oscar Animated Shorts Preview: The Lost Thing, Day & Night Are Best of Five

    Depending on where you live, some combination of the Oscar-nominated shorts (animated, live action and documentary) may be playing in a theater near you, thanks to Shorts International and Magnolia Pictures (trailer, clips and detailed release info below). Four out of five of the animated shorts are...

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    Iran's "Separation" Wins Berlinale's Golden Bear

    In a big night for Iranian film "Jodaeiye Nader Az Simin" (Nader and Simin, A Separation) by Asghar Farhadi, the feature picked up three high profile awards, including the Golden Bear, capping the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival in the German capital Saturday night. The film also took the be...

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    First/New Look: 'The Vow,' 'Friends With Kids' & 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows'

    A few first looks and a new picture of the unfortunately titled "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" have arrived thanks to Entertainment Weekly and Empire (neither need to appear online, thanks for the scans, people).

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    First Look At Joe Carnahan's 'The Grey' Starring Liam Neeson

    Courtesy of the latest issue of EW (not yet online), we now have our first look at Joe Carnahan's "The Grey" an intriguing project that re-teams the director with his "The A-Team" star Liam Neeson in what we hope will be a return to form for the helmer.

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    Watch: Trailer For 'Apollo 18' Makes Us Feel Like Watching 'Apollo 13' Instead

    What did you expect from a film that only started shooting a couple of months ago for a release date in April? It's a quickie, cheapie job that looks, well, every bit as good as you might expect a movie operating with this kind of chintzy budget might look like.

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    Martin Scorsese's 3D 'Hugo Cabret' Now Scheduled For Nov. 23rd Release; Paramount Will Distribute

    While we're not exactly fans of 3D, when somebody like Martin Scorsese -- legendary filmmaker and movie history encyclopedia -- decides to take a crack at it, we sit up and pay attention. Last summer, longtime editor Thelma Schoonmaker said that Scorsese actually wasn't that impressed by what he saw...

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    MGM Moving Ahead With 'Robocop' Reboot, 'Mr. Mom' Remake, Another 'Poltergeist' & More

    'The Idolmaker' To Also Get A Makeover; 'Hercules' Project In The WorksUpdate: Cinema Blend reports that their sources at MGM say none of these films are in the work, at that only "The Hobbit," "James Bond 23" and "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" are on the current slate.

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