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    Michelle Pfeiffer To Play Chris Pine's Mother In 'Welcome To People'

    The DreamWorks drama "Welcome To People" goes before cameras imminently, and it should prove to be interesting, marking a move into more serious fare for a whole group of actors who, until now, have been more recognized for their involvement in tentpoles and comedies. Following a young businessman ...

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    Tina Fey Eyes 'Admission' With Paul Weitz Set To Direct

    Last spring, Tina Fey showed that her "30 Rock" popularity can translate into some box office power (at least when paired with Steve Carell; let's not talk about "Baby Mama") when "Date Night" became a box office hit and it looks she's ready to try another film, although one with a bit more dramatic...

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    'One Day' With Anne Hathaway & Jim Sturgess Lands Big Summer Release Date Of July 8th

    Wow. We knew that early word on this was good, but we didn't know it was this good. Focus Features has set the Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess led rom-com "One Day" with a scheduled July 8th release date, placing it right in the middle of the summer blockbuster season. The move will put the film, ope...

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    Judd Apatow To Direct New Pee-Wee Herman Movie?

    The answer is probably "No," but it's an intriguing prospect and you just never know what might happen. Last summer, it was revealed that Judd Apatow would be producing a brand new Pee Wee Herman movie but it appears as Apatow may consider the director's chair as well.

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    Sorry Matt Damon, You're Probably Not Going To Be Able To Make Your Own 'Bourne' Movie

    Let's not get it twisted. Everyone loves Matt Damon. He is one of the most beloved actors in the industry because he's a straight-shooter, super-approachable and one of the nicest people you will ever meet in the movie business. Recently a tasty little Damon/'Bourne' franchise news nugget started making the rounds. In a recent interview with Empire Magazine (via Get The Big Picture, not online yet apparently), Damon said, "I'd do ['Bourne'] again with Paul [Greengrass] (who directed Damon in the last two Bourne films, as well as 'Green Zone'.) Universal doesn't actually own the Bourne character - the estate does - so technically I could go ...

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    RZA's 'The Man With The Iron Fist' Now Shooting In China

    RZA’s obsession with with all things shaolin has, as you probably already know, well informed his hop-hop career and it has now snowballed into a feature. First announced early last year, the kung fu film “The Man with the Iron Fist” is now shooting in China. What in the hell is that, you say? Well,...

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    Ten Semi-Finalists for mtvU Oscar Correspondence Contest

    The Academy/mtvU OSCARS® Correspondent Contest has named ten semi-finalist college journalism teams, based on creativity, originality and compelling their submitted video material. They are competing for a spot on the red carpet at the 83rd Academy Awards this January.

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    Gender Watch: Uphill Battle for Heroines in the Marketplace, From True Grit to Sucker Punch

    It's an uphill battle for teenage movie heroines these days, writes LAT's Rebecca Keegan, who argues that female protagonists traditionally "alienate" male audiences. But things are looking up with True Grit's Hailee Steinfeld and Jennifer Lawrence in Winter's Bone. They are:"…the product of a film ...

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    Exclusive: Listen To Sun Araw's Neil Young Cover 'Thrasher' From Sundance Film 'The Woods'

    Soundtrack Features Songs From Dirty Projectors, Indian Jewelery, Ananda Shankar & MoreSundance kicks off next week and one of the many films vying for attention in theaters of Park City will be Matthew Lessner's debut feature "The Woods." For the indie minded folk out there, you might have Lessner's work if you managed to catch a look at this 2005 short film "Darling Darling" with Michael Cera or one of the handful of music videos he's directed for the likes of The Raveonettes, Dirty Projectors and Le Loup. At any rate, even if you haven't, Lessner's film will be arriving at the Sundance Film Festival with a story no one else will be able to...

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    The Originals: "The Green Hornet" Serials

    I've been watching the old "Green Hornet" serial films from 1940 and am quite addicted midway through, though in time I could see myself getting tired of the basic formula repeated in each episode. Good thing there are only 13 chapters to the first run, I guess. The dialogue was initially way too expository, horrible yet understandable coming from a radio serial source, in which verbal exposition is more necessary than it is in cinema. But as is the case with any serial, good or bad, "The Green Hornet" easily hooks you as long as you stick with each part until the explosive cliffhanger. However, this is why even at only 20-21 minutes, the fil...

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