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    'The Wolverine' Starts Shooting April 2011, Darren Aronofsky Inks Two Year Deal With Fox

    So that's why he did it. While we're slowly getting more and more used to (and excited by) the idea of Darren Aronofsky helming the comic book movie "The Wolverine," we didn't really see what he was getting out of it other than an opportunity to play in the studio tentpole sandbox for the first time...

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    Academy Gives Us Umpteenth Consecutive Controversial Doc Shortlist.

    Check out the Academy's shortlist for the documentary feature categories.

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    'Superman' Will Start Shooting June 2011, Filmmakers Looking For Someone Between 28-32 Years Old

    When is a casting story not a casting story? When it's Deadline's latest rambling exclusive that the search for the next Superman to head up Zack Snyder's "Superman: Man Of Steel" is underway. While the piece runs down pretty much every name that has been rumored for the part over the past little wh...

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    Alexander Payne Attached To Direct Adaptation Of Daniel Clowes Comic 'Wilson'

    With Alexander Payne busy finishing up his latest effort "The Descendants" possibly for a Cannes debut, the director is keeping an eye on this potential next gig. Sure, he's got the high concept comedy "Downsizing" -- about a financially struggling man who decides he can have a much nicer life if he...

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    Michael Hoffman To Direct Coen Brothers Scribed 'Gambit' (Not The Superhero Movie)

    Another project once linked to Doug Liman has now found a new director. Only two days ago it was reported that Steven Soderbergh would be tackling "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.," (a project that Liman eventually passed on), now Deadline reports that "The Last Station" director Michael Hoffman has taken t...

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    Academy Documentary List of Fifteen Includes Exit Through the Gift Shop

    In a year when the documentary race is particularly fierce--because so many strong features are in contention--folks have been waiting on tenterhooks for the Academy's announcement of the short list of fifteen. These films, selected by the documentary branch screening committee from 101 qualifying p...

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    Poster For 'No Strings Attached' With Natalie Portman & Ashton Kutcher Gets Right To The Point

    The new poster for the upcoming fuckbuddy comedy "No Strings Attached" with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher (not be confused with "Friends With Benefits," "Just Go With It" or "Hall Pass") has arrived and it gets straight to the point. It shows the two leads post-coitus (or at least that's what w...

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    The NC-17 Rating For 'Blue Valentine' Has Made Ryan Gosling Start Talking About The Patriarchy

    With The Weinstein Company being handed a double dose of bad news for Oscar season with their contenders "Blue Valentine" and "The King's Speech" being handed NC-17 and R ratings, respectively (the former apparently for a scene where Ryan Gosling performs oral sex on Michelle Williams, the latter fo...

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    Celeb Watch: The Fighter's "Christian Bale May Kill Someone Yet," Gyllenhaal and Hathaway Go Naked

    While AFI Fest opener Love & Other Drugs (check out its naked stars below) failed to yield much Oscar buzz, the fest's surprise screening of the The Fighter (here's the TOH review) boosted the prospects for Christian Bale's performance as the crackhead brother to Mark Wahlberg's punchy welterweight....

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    "Green Lantern" Trailer: Concerns and Excitement From Around the Web

    When the "Green Lantern" trailer showed up online the other day, immediate reactions seemed so negative I thought we might have another "Avatar" on our hands. As in, here's a highly anticipated movie that's easily crapped on in initial ad form but which will end up making a lot of, well, green. Personally, I thought the movie looked like the worst comic book-based superhero movie since Roger Corman's "Fantastic Four," but that was a little harsh, even for me. In reality it's more like the 2005 "Fantastic Four," which still isn't great, but it's the best we can hope for with a movie that sends Ryan Reynolds back to "Van Wilder" territory and t...

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