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    Nicholas Hoult To Lead Jonathan Levine's Adaptation Of Existential Zombie Romance 'Warm Bodies'

    Nicholas Hoult is rapidly cementing himself as hot property in tinseltown -- a path he began taking years ago as that kid along side Hugh Grant in "About A Boy."

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    Kristen Stewart's Prison-Drama 'K-11' Set To Shoot This Summer

    Nearly two years after it was originally set to get in front of cameras, Jules Stewart's directorial debut, the ensemble prison drama "K-11" has finally secured financial backing and is set to begin lensing this summer, according to Variety.

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    Henry Winkler Joins Kevin James In 'Here Comes The Boom'

    Having played a mall cop and a zookeeper (in the film of the same name coming out this summer), Kevin James is next set to put his plus-sized waistline to comedic use as an amateur mixed martial arts fighter in "Here Comes The Boom" a movie which will likely find him falling down a lot. But it looks...

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    Jonah Hill To Direct 'The Kitchen Sink' A High School Movie With Zombies, Vampires & Aliens

    When Jonah Hill came on the scene, popping up in David O. Russell's "I Heart Huckabees" and Judd Apatow's "The 40 Year Old Virgin," no one thought much of the young comic except that he was already stealing scenes from vets with a few more years of experience. But for anyone who has been paying atte...

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    Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski Hired To Write 'Percy Jackson' Sequel; Could Shoot This Summer

    "Percy Jackson And The Olympians: The Lightning Thief" seemed to come and go earlier this year. Nary a peep was heard from the hit-hungry Fox about a sequel after the film was soundly trounced on opening weekend by, of all things, "The Wolfman." An underwhelming 2010 has likely put a bit of pressure...

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    Brian Grazer Says Javier Bardem Is "Locked In Psychologically" For 'The Dark Tower'

    We've heard of being coy and being evasive but this is on a bit of a different level. On the red carpet at the Oscars over the weekend MTV asked awesomely-coiffed producer Brian Grazer about Javier Bardem -- who was offered the lead in "The Dark Tower" in January -- and whether or not he was going t...

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    Channing Tatum & Billy Ray Team For 'Peter Pan Begins'

    Have you been itching for an origin story about Peter Pan? No? Well here comes one anyway.

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    Video: Behind the Scenes of Kiefer Sutherland's New Web Series

    It's as if Jack Bauer finally came clean and admitted he's just a killer, none of that national security stuff to cloak his murderous instincts. In his new webseries The Confession, coming to Hulu later this month, Kiefer Sutherland plays a hit man confessing to a priest, played by John Hurt.

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    Screen Gems Bringing 'Devil May Cry' To The Big Screen

    Screen Gems -- who have already found tremendous success in the videogame-to-movie franchise "Resident Evil" are set to try and replicate that bonanza as Variety reports that they've picked up the screen rights to "Devil May Cry."

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    Brazilian Director José Padilha Eyes 'Robocop' Reboot

    Remember when it was announced that MGM was moving ahead with a bunch of remakes/reboots and then the studio themselves turned around and denied it? Looks like somebody was fibbing a little bit as the long-gestating reboot of "Robocop" -- which once had Darren Aronofsky attached to direct -- is stil...

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