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    Brett Ratner Threatens Broadway Musical 'Wicked' as His "Dream Project"

    It’s been a while since chubby megalomaniac Brett Ratner deigned to bother the film world with his mirthless blitherings behind the camera, but with the decidedly non-revolutionary “Tower Heist” hitting theatres in the proximate future, the bolshie “Rush Hour 3” director seemingly can’t keep his tra...

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    Esther Freud, from Doctor Who to First-Rate Novelist

    Esther Freud, from Doctor Who to First-Rate Novelist

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    Albert Finney Goes From Bourne To Sam Mendes' 'James Bond 23'

    When it was announced that Oscar-winner Sam Mendes, a man best known for prestige pictures like "American Beauty" and "Revolutionary Road," would be directing the new James Bond film, it was generally seen as something of a curveball. And if anyone was expecting business as usual for the franchise (...

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    'Game Of Thrones' Creator George R. R. Martin's 'Wild Cards' Getting Big Screen Adaptation

    It's The Mick Jagger Werewolf Movie You've Been Waiting For!With George R. R. Martin's "Game Of Thrones" now a smash hit for HBO it's no surprise that Hollywood is now mobilizing to duplicate that success with his other works.

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    Exclusive! Russell Hornsby Talks About "Grimm," The Theater + Calling Out Bullshit

    Recently, I had a chance to interview a favorite actor of mine, Russell Hornsby, about his role on the new fantasy crime show Grimm, a fantasy crime series based on The Grimm's Fairytales that re-airs tonight (Oct.29th) on NBC at 9:00pm/est and Tuesday (Nov.1st) on the SyFy network.

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    Bradley Cooper, Kristen Bell & Dax Shepard To Star In Comedy 'Outrun'

    Also, For Some Reason, Tom ArnoldWhile Bradley Cooper has used his post-"Limitless" and "The Hangover Part II" career to take a step upward with parts in Derek Cianfrance's "The Place Beyond The Pines," David O. Russell's "The Silver Linings Playbook," Alex Proyas' "Paradise Lost" and possibly even ...

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    The Amazing Race: Which Original Thinkers Are In The Running For A Screenplay Nomination?

    Writers. As Robert Downey Jr. memorably described them during a recent Academy Awards ceremony: the "sickly little mole people." With the bulk of big movies seemingly coming from board games, comic books and theme park rides, those who actually bother to come up with something off their own back get...

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    Poster Watch: My Week with Marilyn, Young Adult, Herzog's Into the Abyss

    Movie poster art should be fun, creative and innovative--and we should want to hang the best posters on our walls.

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    London Film Fest Closes with Deep Blue Sea, Awards for Ramsay's Kevin, Herzog's Into the Abyss

    Matt Mueller reports back on the final day and winners of the BFI London Film Festival:The BFI London Film Festival bowed out last night with the European debut of Terence Davies’ The Deep Blue Sea, wrapping up after 16 days, the unspooling of 207 fiction and documentary features and a smattering of...

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    Aldis Hodge Joins Cast Of Eco-Terrorism Feature Project "The East"

    Aldis Hodge from TNT's serial crime drama Leverage has joined the cast of what is described as an "eco-terrorist" thriller titled The East, which will be directed by Zal Batmanglij (his second feature film effort; his first being Sound Of My Voice, a Sundance 2011 entry that was picked up by Fox Se...

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