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    Moneyball Producer Rachael Horovitz: A Lesson in Perseverance

    In 2009, after years of work and days before production was scheduled to begin, the plug was pulled on Moneyball which at that time was supposed to be directed by Steven Soderbergh and to star Brad Pitt. Sony ate the $10 million already spent which included a script by A list writer Steve Zaillian ...

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    Mark Millar Finally Admits Window On 'Kick Ass 2' Happening Is Shrinking

    Concedes Matthew Vaughn Would Likely Only Produce, Not DirectMark Millar likes to talk a lot of shit. In fact, for much of 2010 the comic writer could not shut the hell up about a potential "Kick-Ass 2," boldly proclaiming it would be like "A Clockwork Orange" or "A History Of Violence," predicting it would hit theaters in 2012, and that it was green-lit with pre-production set to begin this past April. Well obviously, none of those things happened. And talking recently to Hero Complex, a much more humble and reasonable Millar finally admitted that the likelihood of a sequel was looking pretty slim and not only that, Matthew Vaughn is probabl...

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    Patty Jenkins in Talk to Direct Thor 2

    Even if this doesn't come to pass, the fact that a woman, a director like Patty Jenkins who is best known for directing the shit out of Charlize Theron in Monster and for directing the pilot of The Killing is in talks to direct a big budget comic book action hero movie is a giant step forward. I do...

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    TV Guide Responds To Taraji P. Henson's Complaint

    Sorta had a feeling this was coming... TV Guide has now issued a statement reponding to Taraji P. Henson's recent public angry complaint on Facebook and Twiiter that she was excluded from magazine's recent coverage, including the cover, for the new CBS show she's co-starring in Person of Interest.

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    After Just 1 Week In Release "Star Wars" Becomes All-Time Bestselling Title In Blu-ray History!

    When news of any new Star Wars tinkering by George Lucas is released, many cry and plead with George to put the film to permanent rest, and move on to something new and original.

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    This Weekend, Go See "Weekend"

    Tender, talky and intensely sexy, Andrew Haigh’s "Weekend" could reductively be described as a sort of gay Before Sunrise. Over the course of its titular timeframe, the film follows Russell (Tom Cullen) and Glen (Chris New), two men who extend their blurry and drunken one night stand into 48 hours t...

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    Naturi Naughton Tells Us She Really Wants To Do "The Bodyguard" Remake + Eventually Direct

    So if you missed our wonderful live cast show last night you get a chance to check it out now! We touched on a few hot topic issues like the double standard that may exist when black actresses appear nude in films and Taraji P. Henson's annoyance with TV Guide.

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    New Poster for The Iron Lady Debuts

    Things are getting interesting. Check out this poster that launched on Yahoo yesterday.

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    Michelle Rodriguez Was Apparently In A 'Resident Evil' Movie, Returning For 'Retribution'

    We're not sure that there's a single franchise out there that's cheaper and more joyless than "Resident Evil." The video-game adaptation is now a decade, and four entries, old, and has continued to add literally nothing to the zombie genre, the action movie genre and the cinematic artform in general. But with the last film, "Resident Evil: Apocalypse," proving by far the biggest entry in the series, taking nearly $300 million worldwide, there's no end in sight, and original helmer Paul W.S. Anderson, who also directed the fourth entry, is returning to the series for "Resident Evil: Retribution," on which shooting is imminent, ahead of a relea...

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    Casey Affleck Will Get His Angel Wings As Gabriel In 'Paradise Lost'; Camilla Belle Lined Up For Eve

    Update: Deadline reports Camilla Belle is the director's favorite to play Eve.

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