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    Emma Stone Won't Face Zombies Again, Actress Turns Down Role In 'Pride And Prejudice And Zombies'

    Update: Deadline reports that Emma Stone has unsurprisingly turned down the role of "Pride And Prejudice And Zombies." Watch for Deadline's shortlist story coming in 3...2...1...

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    First Official Look At Martin Freeman As Bilbo Baggins In 'The Hobbit'

    To say that anticipation for Peter Jackson's two-part "The Hobbit" is running high would be an understatement, but luckily for fans of the franchise, the director has gone into the next two films allowing a pretty big window into the world he's conjuring up down in New Zealand. With frequent Faceboo...

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    Young African American Actors w/ Boxing Experience Wanted For New Spike Lee HBO Drama Pilot

    Here's a casting call for a project announced last night... Spike Lee's teaming with writer John Ridley, Doug Ellin (creator of Entourage) and Mike Tyson to produce a drama series project for HBO titled Da Brick, loosely inspired by Mike Tyson’s youth, set in present-day Newark, NJ, to be scripted b...

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    Louie and Louis: How Original is Louis C.K.’s Sitcom?

    The conventional take on Louie, Louis C.K.’s buzzed-about semi-autobiographical sitcom-with-stand-up, is that the show is unlike anything else on TV, but that’s not exactly the case. It’s an M-rated Seinfeld, a darker Curb Your Enthusiasm (of course, Curb has never been as dark as it pretends) .

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    Could Spielberg's Jurassic 4 Save 3-D?

    As 3-D proselytizers James Cameron and Jeffrey Katzenberg fret about the future of their favorite movie delivery system--and the next Avatar is a long way off, in 2014--some studio execs are harboring second thoughts about which films actually demand the extra time and money, and will lure premium t...

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    Warren Beatty's Secret Project Is A Howard Hughes Film; Alec Baldwin, Jack Nicholson Circling Roles

    Other Actors Eyeing The Project Include Andrew Garfield, Annette Bening, Shia La Beouf, Evan Rachel Wood and Rooney MaraFile under 'very intriguing development': after more than a decade away from directing (with 1998's underrated political satire "Bulworth"), last week it was reported that 74-year-...

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    Confirmed! Jamie Foxx Is Tarantino's "Django" And Kerry Washington In The Mix For "Broomhilda"

    Well... confirming what we reported earlier this morning, the news is now mainstream, as Variety just reported that Quentin Tarantino has indeed chosen Jamie Foxx to star in his much talked about slave/revenge project, Django Unchained.

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    How MAD Is That? Ron Howard To Direct Live-Action 'Spy vs. Spy' Adaptation

    You have to say this for Ron Howard: he's full of surprises. Deadline reported today that Howard will be directing a live-action adaptation of the comic strip "Spy vs. Spy" for Warner Bros. Yes, you read that correctly, "Spy Vs. Spy," the satirical black and white comic-book strip from Cuban cartoo...

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    'Watchmen' Writer Alex Tse To Pen Relativity's Reboot Of 'The Crow'

    'Ronin' Scribe To Rewrite Doug Liman's 'All You Need Is Kill'Relativity' Media's adaptation of "The Crow" appears to be moving forward rather smoothly. With Bradley Cooper attached to star (doesn't that still feel weird?) and Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ("28 Weeks Later") in the director's chair, the c...

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    Haunted Houses & Planes: James Wan & Takashi Shimizu Line Up New Films

    Ready to get scared? If you're looking for some more cheap thrills in your life, today is the day as a couple of horror auteurs (sort of) have lined up some new projects.

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