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    Flashback 11/4/08

    Flashback 11/4/08

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    Armie Hammer Says He Was Told That Warners Are Looking For A "35-40" Year Old 'Superman'

    Time to re-do those "Superman" picks?

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    Watch: 'The Rite' Trailer Reveals The Vatican Has Touch Screen Enabled Conference Rooms

    And The Movie Looks Like CrapEver since "The Exorcist" scared the the bejesus out of filmgoers more than three decades ago, filmmakers have been trying, and most failing, to cover the same territory. It seems there are a handful of new exorcism movies that hit every year, and they are usually forget...

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    Director Watch: Nichols and Hoffman Do Salesman, Aronofsky for Wolverine 2, Affleck and Morel

    Philip Seymour Hoffman will play Willy Loman on Broadway next fall in Tony and Oscar winning director Mike Nichols' take on Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman. It's a role Hoffman has been lusting after, Nichols told the NY Times. The pair, who worked together in 2001 for a Central Park production of The Seagull, have been planning the production for months and agreed upon Linda Emond to play across from Hoffman as Linda Loman. Nichols is not worried about Hoffman's 43 years vs. Loman's 60-something, "what matters is finding the right man to play the part." Brian Dennehy played the part in 1999 when he was 60 and Dustin Hoffman played the ro...

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    David Poland vs. TOH

    Monday, The Hot Blog's David Poland took off after me without realizing at first that the story that so enraged him was written by ex-Variety box-office analyst Anthony D'Alessandro. And both stories he pops off about, my rather sober analysis of what went wrong with Tamara Drewe and D'Alessandro's ...

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    James Wood Says 'An Americal Girl' With Kristen Stewart Will Shoot In 2011

    We definitely forgot about this one, but James Woods has been preparing his directorial debut and has had Kristen Stewart attached to star in the film for the past two years. Written by Tim Metcalfe ("Kalifornia") and Sean McCarthy, the film is about a small town girl who is publicly humiliated and ...

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    For Your Consideration: Assessing Those Gotham Award Nominations

    Earlier this week, awards season really kicked off with the year's first actual awards announcement: The Gotham Independent Film Awards. Debra Granik's "Winter's Bone" led the pack with three nominations, including best feature, best ensemble performance (for Jennifer Lawrence, John Hawkes, Dale Di...

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    'Avatar' Deleted Scene Hits The Web, Shows Why It Was Deleted

    One of the most exciting features for "Avatar" fans (though not so much for us) of the upcoming extended version of the film hitting shelves on November 16th is the promise of its Earth-set opening sequence. During the Scream Awards last night, attendees got a look at one of the deleted scenes from ...

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    Danny Boyle Says No '28 Days Weeks' Sequel Is Written; Film "Might" Be Set In Russia

    Director Says He'd "Love" To Direct A Sequel, But Picture Sounds Far OffSo what exactly is up with Danny Boyle's sequel to "28 Weeks Later," unofficially called by fans as "28 Months Later," though the "Slumdog Millionaire" filmmaker has stated that won't be the final title.

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    Names That Command the Moviesphere: Cameron Talks Avatar Sequels, True Lies, Cleopatra

    If you run a movie site that seeks to service readers --and build traffic--then you don't have to be a rocket scientist to know what works. Certain names, stars, projects have heat. When you write about James Cameron, David Fincher, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, franchises like Avatar, Inception, Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, Bourne, Twilight or The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Swedish or American), or hot films like The Social Network (or Mark Zuckerberg), they will come. And despite David Poland's sloppy rant about headlines with numbers in them, guess what? They pull more readers: folks love races, contests, drama, debates, polls, controversy...

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