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    Has Sandra Bullock Signed On For 'Gravity?' Actress Also Reteaming With 'The Proposal' Director

    In recent years, the winners of the Best Actress award at the Oscars have tended to celebrate their victories by taking rather ill-advised paycheck jobs which threatened to derail their careers for some time. Think Halle Berry and "Catwoman." Nicole Kidman and "The Stepford Wives." Charlize Theron and "Aeon Flux." (Not that the boys necessarily do any better with their post-Oscar picks: Adrien Brody, Forest Whitaker, Cuba Gooding Jr. we're looking at you...). But Sandra Bullock, coming off not only her first Oscar for "The Blind Side," but also becoming the first actress to have two $200 million smashes in the same year (her award-winning pic...

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    Adrien Brody Suing To Block The Release Of Dario Argento's 'Giallo'; Trailer For 'Wrecked' Debuts

    When an actor is disgruntled, usually he refuses to do press for a film, or he'll badmouth it and smile as it crashes and burns. Rarely does someone take people to court. But that's exactly what's happening with "Giallo," the latest film from horror maestro Dario Argento. The movie's already develop...

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    Baz Luhrmann Workshops 'Great Gatsby' With Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire & Rebecca Hall

    Director Baz Luhrmann may be inching closer to his next feature film with a workshop reportedly taking place with Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire and Rebecca Hall in preparation for his adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic 1925 novel, "The Great Gatsby."

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    Hitchcock Borders Minnesota, But Who Borders Idaho?

    Are there any U.S. maps in "North by Northwest"? Or any other Alfred Hitchcock works? If so, he's got an extra sort of cameo in that film(s). As you can see in the above image, via The Daily What, the director's famous profile appears to fit perfectly with the eastern border of Minnesota (with Wisco...

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    Matt Damon Will Narrate New Alex Gibney Doc About Cyclist Lance Armstrong

    Biopic That Would Have Starred Damon Still Spinning Its WheelsVeteran producer Frank Marshall ("Back to the Future," the 'Bourne' films) has been trying to get a Lance Armstrong biopic off the ground for more than six years. Matt Damon was even once loosely attached. "We've been talking about it," ...

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    'Piranha 3DD' Gets Writers & Director, Aiming For August 2011 Release

    James Cameron Is Secretly Totally Jealous Of Awesome Movie TitleThough Mr. Avatar himself furrowed his very wealthy brow at "Piranha 3D" as an example of the the new format being used at its worst and most base (where was he when "Clash Of The Titans"or "Alice Or Wonderland" were released? We digres...

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    Magnet Acquires U.S. Rights To Brad Anderson’s 'Vanishing on 7th Street' For A Feb 2011 Release

    Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Picture has picked up U.S. distribution rights to Brad Anderson’s upcoming dystopian horror-cum-supernatural thriller, "Vanishing on 7th Street."

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    Hugh Jackman Intimates That Darren Aronofsky's 'Wolverine 2' Won't Suck Like The Original

    "Meaty" & "Thoughtful" Comments Euphemisms For "Not Horrible"Once you get over your idealist, genre-snob ideas (look we just wanna see "Serena," ok?) the prospect of a Darren Aronofsky-led "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" film is a very tantalizing idea.

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    Tom Bosley in "Paper Clips"

    We lost Tom Bosley to lung cancer today, and though he'll certainly be best remembered as the dad on "Happy Days" and might also be thought of for his ability to endorse garbage bags, it's becoming my tradition here to spotlight documentaries featuring the recently deceased (previously with Sally Me...

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