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    Martin Sheen To Play Uncle Ben In 'Spider-Man' Reboot

    Let Bartlett Be Bartlett Ben We're going to come out and say this now -- we're in an uncharacteristically optimistic mood about the "Spider-Man" reboot. Aside from the excellent middle chapter, Sam Raimi's films were fairly disappointing, so it's not like there's room for improvement. There's a sc...

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    Ninjas! Robots! Dragons! New Trailer For Zack Snyder's 'Sucker Punch' Hits

    Wait, Isn't Jon Hamm Meant To Be In This? Despite two box office disappointments on the trot in "Watchmen" and "Legend of the Guardians," Warner Bros. are big fans of director Zack Snyder. They've given him the keys to their crown jewel by appointing him the director of the "Superman" reboot, and, like that film's producer Christopher Nolan, have funded an out-there passion project, in this case Snyder's first original script, "Sucker Punch." The gamble with Nolan payed off handsomely on "Inception," artistically and commercially, and a full trailer for Snyder's film hit Apple overnight -- could it possibly hope to match the success of that ...

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    Watch: New Trailer For Peter Weir's 'The Way Back' With Colin Farrell, Ed Harris & Jim Sturgess

    A new trailer has emerged for Peter Weir's "The Way Back," and it makes the strongest case yet that the film could be a very late contender in this year's Oscar race.

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    Johnny Depp To Re-Team With Tim Burton For 'Dark Shadows,' Begins Shooting In April 2011

    Though linked to a couple of potentially big roles in Universal's "Snow White And The Huntsman" and Kathryn Bigelow's "Sleeping Dogs," Johnny Depp is once again going safe and familiar, reteaming with longtime collaborator Tim Burton for the big screen version of "Dark Shadows."

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    Academy Foundation Grants $45,000 for 2011 Film Festivals

    The Academy Foundation of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is awarding $450,000 to thirty 2011 film festivals including a three-year grant totaling $150,000 for the Chicago International Film Festival's World Cinema Spotlight section. Both the Nashville and New Orleans Film Festivals ...

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    Aaron Eckhart Will Play An Ex-CIA Agent In 'The Expatriate'

    AFM week means tons and tons of news. Let's get to it. Aaron Eckhart, who's proved his chops in big mainstream tentpoles like "The Dark Knight," plus his true thespian powers in the upcoming "Rabbit Hole," is set to star in the drama, "The Expatriate."

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    Watch: LCD Soundsystem Supervideo For 'Pow Pow' With Anna Kendrick, Directed By David Ayer

    The cult of celebrity gets tackled in the latest visually arresting video supervideo for "Pow Pow" by LCD Soundsystem.

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    Tony Gilroy Went To See '127 Hours,' Doesn't Mean He Wants James Franco As Next Bourne

    So with the Internet now spinning a really tenuous story about Tony Gilroy supposedly eyeing James Franco for the lead role in "The Bourne Legacy," we just want to temper things a moment and point out the one line in the NY Post report that everyone seems to be ignoring: "But a source close to Gilro...

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    Natalie Portman Gets Some Carrots From Ashton Kutcher In First Image From 'No Strings Attached'

    The first image has arrived for the upcoming comedy "No Strings Attached," and how weird it is that the most visually arresting thing in it is a bunch of carrots?

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