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    Todd Phillips Eyes Stoner Weapons Pic 'Arms And The Dudes' As A Potential Directing Vehicle

    After three straight films all ostensibly working from the same formula -- "The Hangover" and "Due Date" films are all ostensibly cut from the same comedic cloth of fish-out-of-water/comedic journey pics -- it seems like director Todd Phillips is looking for a slight change of pace and direction. So...

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    Preview "Streets" - Film Produced By Will Smith's Bodyguard & Directed By Will Smith PA

    Will Smith returned home to Philadelphia this past Sunday, for the premiere of a new feature film titled Streets.

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    Don Cheadle On Replacing Terrence Howard In "Iron Man" + "Avengers" Movie & "War Machine" Spinoff

    If there's actually a War Machine spinoff movie, I'd be shocked...

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    Watch: Trailer For Star-Studded Financial Drama 'Margin Call' Arrives

    Given that it was as significant an event in the world as any in the last century, it's not surprising that Hollywood have finally turned their eye to the 2008 financial apocalypse; even if it's unlikely to bring in the teens, it's inherently dramatic subject matter, and this year has already seen C...

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    Comic-Con '11: Producer Joe Roth Says 'Snow White & The Huntsman' Has Scale Of 'Lord Of The Rings'

    Rupert Sanders Is Ready To Lose His "Cinematic Virginity" To Snow White & Charlize Theron Says She's Basically Playing A Serial KillerComic-Con may be over but what we saw in San Diego is a strong indication that the box office will continue to take a beating from the superheroes, fairy tales and other high concept offerings over the next year or so. Despite all the talk about studios staying away this year, the convention was still a major circus and the films that did show up tried to grab some positive attention from the notoriously fickle crowd. As transparent as the marketing and pandering can get, especially during the panels where all ...

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    Sarah Palin's "Undefeated" Defeated at Box Office, Finally

    Sarah Palin's "Undefeated" Defeated at Box Office, Finally

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    First Look At Idris Elba In "Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance"

    Here's your first look at Idris Elba as Moreau, the French alcoholic monk in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (I can already hear the cries of some of you folks who'll ask, "why does the black man have to be an alcoholic?" See, I'm one step ahead of ya; I already asked the question, so you don't hav...

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    Comic-Con '11: Peter Jackson Auditioned (Kinda) For Captain Haddock In 'The Adventures Of Tintin'

    Last year Harrison Ford made his very first appearance at Comic-Con, handcuffed and escorted by security as part of an inside joke with Jon Favreau from the set of “Cowboys & Aliens.” This year, we get Steven Spielberg. Who’s next? Maybe George Lucas? Do we even care any more? We digress...

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    The Shadow & Act Filmmaker Diary Series (w/ Matthew Cherry) Episode 11: "Filming Week 2"

    Time sure flies... seems like it was just yesterday when we began this series, and we're already up to #10, which means we've been doing this for at least 10 weeks (1 per week), or over 2 months.

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    Neil Burger To Direct Untold Story Of 'Bonnie & Clyde' By 'Up In The Air' Writer Sheldon Turner

    Bryan Singer & Guy Ritchie's "Excalibur" Projects Are DeadIt looks like Neil Burger is finally seeing some dividends after a decade or so in Hollywood. He burst onto the scene with "Interview With The Assassin" in 2002, but four years his sophomore effort, the magician drama "The Illusionist" was overshadowed by another similarly themed movie that came out the same year, none other than Christopher Nolan's "The Prestige." By the time Burger got to his Iraq war drama "The Lucky Ones," audiences had already cooled on the genre but this year, he finally struck gold with "Limitless," the sci-fi tinged thriller that surprised everyone by earning o...

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