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    Review: 'Due Date' Should Have Been Terminated Early

    At some point between its initial release last summer and today, Todd Phillips' "The Hangover" has gone from being an alright, somewhat amateurish guys-night-out comic fantasy to, like, the funniest movie ever (it also, staggeringly, became the highest grossing R-rated comedy of all time). The fact ...

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    Sony Pictures Picks Up George Clooney's Political Thriller 'Ides Of March'; Hits Theaters Dec. 2011

    Sony Pictures have acquired North American distribution rights to George Clooney's upcoming political thriller "Ides Of March" with plans for a limited, Oscar-threatening December 2011 release before going wide in January 2012.

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    Tarsem Hired To Direct Relativity's Brothers Grimm-Like 'Snow White' Film

    At Least Two Snow White Projects In The Works From Various Studios Racing To Be FirstYou've got to love herd-think from the studios. The race to bring a live-action version of "Snow White" to the screen is on with three different studios clamoring to get their version to audiences first. The first salvo in the "Snow White" battle has been fired by Universal who staked claim to Dec 21, 2012 for their Rupert Sanders version -- called "Snow White & The Huntsman" -- that could star Charlize Theron and Johnny Depp if the rumors turn out to be true. So eager were they to plant their early claim, Universal has chosen the same release date of part on...

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    Joel Edgerton Joins Jennifer Garner In 'The Odd Life Of Timothy Green'

    Never let it be said that we don't know how to pick 'em. Only a few weeks back, we picked our ten tips for actors to watch in the near future, and one of them was Australian Joel Edgerton, of "Animal Kingdom." We wrote that "Edgerton could find himself eclipsing his country-mate [Sam] Worthington on...

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    Teaser Poster For 'Red State,' Kevin Smith Looking At Speed Metal & Country Bands To Soundtrack Film

    With shooting wrapped and Kevin Smith in the midst of cutting his upcoming horror flick "Red State," hoping to have it ready for the Sundance Film Festival in January, the director has unveiled the teaser poster for the film. The effectively chilly poster, Smith boasts, was not created by an ad agen...

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    First Look: Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson's 'The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn'

    Mondays are usually fairly slow news days, but Empire have landed a doozy of an exclusive to start the week off: our first glimpse of one of the most anticipated blockbusters of next year, and the first collaboration between the two biggest directors in the world that aren't called James Cameron. The cover of the latest issue of the always must-read movie magazine, which is out later in the week, has a first look at "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn," the motion-capture adaptation of the popular comic book series by Belgian creator Herge, as directed by Steven Spielberg in his first venture into animation, and produced by ...

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    Variety Ditches Leo Wolinsky: Littleton Next Up?

    Perception often becomes reality. When Variety Group Editor Tim Gray hired ex-LA Times editor Leo Wolinsky last December as the new editor of Daily Variety, it sent a message that Gray may not have intended. Veteran. Old-fashioned. Newspaper man. During these trying times for trade publications, Gra...

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    Leonardo DiCaprio To Play Serial Killer In 'The Devil In The White City'

    Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way shingle has teamed with Double Features and acquired the rights to Erik Larson's "The Devil In The White City," a fascinating, thrilling account of Dr. HH Holmes, a serial killer who murdered up to 200 people during the Chicago World's Fair.

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    Filmmakers Finally Close The Books On A Proposed 'Goonies' Sequel

    "Goonies Never Say Die" Motto Now Destroyed For The Ages, But Broadway Could Beckon1985 is a good year. It gave us "Back To The Future," "The Breakfast Club" and another mainstream '80s pop film classic, Richard Donner's "The Goonies." Much like Robert Zemeckis' picture (the number one domestic gros...

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    'Blue Valentine' Producer "Dumbfounded" By NC-17 Rating, Says They Won't Change Film For Appeal

    In case you forgot, "Blue Valentine," the prickly relationship drama starring Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling, was recently slapped with an NC-17 rating by the MPAA much to the confusion of, well, everyone. While the MPAA keeps the reasons for their decisions secret, most believe it is due to a s...

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