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    Mia Wasikowska Replaces Amanda Seyfried In Rodrigo Garcia's 'Albert Nobbs'?

    Announced in March of this year, Amanda Seyfried, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Glenn Close, Orlando Bloom, Michael Gambon and Janet McTeer in the cast of "Albert Nobbs" as directed by Rodrigo Garcia ("Mother And Child"), sounded like a pretty tantalizing prospect.

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    Rosemarie DeWitt Replaces Rachel Weisz In Lynn Shelton's Untitled Comedy

    With Rachel Weisz signing on for a number of projects all shooting within the next short while, we figured at least one of them was going to get left in the dust.

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    Universal Pulls 'The Thing' From Schedule, Pierre Morel Scared Off 'Ouija'

    'Fast Five' Drives Into Former Release Date For 'The Thing'A sudden reshuffling has led to some murmuring about what is going on over at Universal. Host to a number of underperformers both small ("Scott Pilgrim") and huge ("Green Zone," "The Wolf Man") over the last year, the studio is being forced ...

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    Shawn Levy and '(500) Days Of Summer' Writers Teaming For Modern Teen Re-Do Of 'Romeo & Juliet'

    (500) Days Of Bummer Is it just us, or is Shakespeare suddenly back in vogue? Catherine Hardwicke's "Hamlet" might have fallen apart, but we're about to see Julie Taymor's take on "The Tempest" (for better or worse...), with the animation "Gnomeo and Juliet" and Ralph Fiennes' "Coriolanus" coming n...

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    Former President Bill Clinton To Cameo In 'The Hangover 2'

    Let's get this out of the way: "The Hangover" was a fairly amusing movie. It was also loaded with homophobia, misogyny and embarrassing racial stereotypes. More importantly, the questionable moral of the film seemed to be that boys will be boys, especially when it comes to violent, reckless endanger...

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    The 5 Painful Stages Of Colin Farrell Being Offered The 'Total Recall' Remake

    1. MILD IRRITATION At Hollywood's Uncreativity. Having to initially write/regurgitate story that says Neal H. Moritz is remaking the Arnold Schwarzenegger '80s film. Rehashing bad quote from absurd, yet semi-ludicrous/entertaining original film that probably made original author Philip K. Dick roll...

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    Brad Pitt To Cameo In Angelina Jolie's Bosnia-Set Directorial Debut

    Yeah, That Won't Be Distracting At AllShe may be one of the biggest female stars on the planet, potentially circling/being offered the likes of "Snow White and the Hunter" and a 3D version of "Cleopatra," but, as first reported in the summer, Angelina Jolie has spent the past few months making her d...

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    Starry Night at Governors Awards Fete: Coppola, Wallach, Brownlow and Controversial Godard

    Walking into the second annual Academy Governors Awards reception, I was gobsmacked by who was milling in front of the photographers at the entrance. 12-year-old Elle Fanning posed with her Somewhere co-star Stephen Dorff and The Ghost Writer's Olivia Williams; George Lucas was chatting up Godfather...

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    Scorsese and DiCaprio Talk Shutter Island, Aviator, Gangs of New York, Sinatra, Hugo Cabret

    While Shutter Island is likely to earn several technical Oscar nominations, the fact that Paramount wrangled Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio for a satellite interview at L.A.'s Egyptian Theatre for award season promo purposes is news. Academy voters always take Oscar-winner Scorsese (The Depar...

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    And the Oscar Goes to... Godard!

    "Let's be clear, this ain't the Hersholt Humanitarian Award," screenwriter Phil Robinson clarified last night, standing to salute Jean Luc-Godard and carefully noting that the Swiss director was being awarded the honorary Oscar for his artistic achievement.

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