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    "Colombiana" Coming Out On Blu-ray And Standard DVD In December

    O.K., so it didn't exactly set box office records on fire, taking in $60.7 million worldwide so far. Not exactly Transformers numbers, but, then again, how many films even do that worldwide? So $60.7 million, all things considered, is nothing to sneeze at.

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    'Transformers 4 & 5' May Shoot Back-To-Back, Jason Statham Being Eyed As New Lead

    Michael Bay May Come Back To DirectWhen it was reported earlier today that Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner was already talking to Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg about an (inevitable) "Transformers 4" details were vague, but some new intel has cropped up and clearly, neither the toymaker or the studio are...

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    Trailer Watch: W.E. - Directed by Madonna

    The film will open on December 9.

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    RIP: Sue Mengers

    Credited with being the first female super agent, Sue Menger aged 79, has died.

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    Nicolas Cage Makes Another Dent In Tax Bill, Signs To Headline Thriller 'Black Butterfly'

    You'd be absolutely correct if you were to say that Nicolas Cage seems to be working more than usual these days. The actor has had three films in theaters this year, and could have as many as six next year. And there's a reason for this -- the eccentric star ran into major financial problems a few y...

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    Black Writers Sought To Write About Their Experiences In Germany

    Courtesy of the Black German Cultural Society (NJ) via the Afro-Europe blog... watch the video pitch below and follow the link (HERE) for more...

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    Johnny Knoxville & Forest Whitaker Round Out Cast Of Arnold Schwarzenegger's 'The Last Stand'

    Harry Dean Stanton Also JoinsEven at 64 years old, Arnold Schwarzenegger is still capable of surprises -- and we're not just talking about bastard children. The action star's career has pretty much been one blockbuster movie after another to varying degrees of success but he's certainly never done something like "The Last Stand." A modestly budgeted quasi-western, with a gaggle of character actors in supporting roles, all in a film marking the Hollywood debut by a foreign filmmaker, in this case, “I Saw the Devil” helmer Kim Ji-woon. We're definitely curious and now that production is officially underway, a few more names have joined the genu...

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    George Lucas And His $93 Million Bet On "Red Tails"

    I don't believe the budget for George Lucas' Tuskegee Airmen film, Red Tails has long been public/easily accessible info. This is the first I'm hearing it, which obviously doesn't mean that it's the first time it's been mentioned publicly.

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    Yawn...It's The Trailer For 'The Devil Inside,' Yet Another Exorcism Horror Flick

    Considering it was made on a shoestring budget, as part of Paramount's "micro-budget" shingle Insurge, "The Devil Inside" has probably already made it's cost on pre-sales, so it's likely no one at the studio particularly cares if this entry in the exorcism genre has absolutely nothing new to say.

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    Watch: Backwards Driving & Futuristic Payphones Feature In 4 Clips From 'In Time'

    Andrew Niccol's "In Time" is released next week and Fox is gearing up for a marketing onslaught, with four clips from the movie hitting in the last few days. For your appraisal, we've gathered the lot and posted them below.

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