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    IN THE WORKS: Pressman to Produce Adaptation of Graphic Novel 'Feeding Ground'

    Edward R. Pressman, the producer behind "Wall Street," "The Crow," "American Psycho," and "Das Boot," has optioned feature film rights to graphic novel "Feeding Ground." Screenwriter Carlos Coto will adapt it for the screen and Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (assistant director on "Babel") will make his featu...

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    Luke Wilson, Zachary Quinto & Topher Grace Get An 'Invitation' From 'Girlfight' Director Karyn Kusama

    Luke Wilson, Zachary Quinto, Topher Grace, Johnny Galecki and Karyn Kusama...one of these people doesn't quite seem to belong (guess who?) but they are all banding together to make "Invitation."

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    Guess What: There's Going To Be An 'Anchorman 2' Teaser Trailer In Front Of 'The Dictator'

    While it would be unfair to call it the worst kept secret in the movie universe, it's something that most movie bloggers know -- and something a few of them have already reported on, though there's been little concrete information thus far. A teaser trailer for "Anchorman 2" will appear in front of ...

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    Lifetime Orders Docu-series "Houston Family Chronicles" Which Will Follow Whitney Houston's Family

    Lifetime has ordered 10 hourlong episodes of The Houston Family Chronicles, a docu-series revolving around the lives of the late singer's family (including Whitney's mother, Cissy Houston, daughter Bobbi Kristina, sister-in-law and manager, Pat Houston, her husb...

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    Reacting To 'Twilight,' Potential Sequels & More From The Press Tour For Tim Burton & Johnny Depp's 'Dark Shadows'

    Whether you end up loving it or hating it (as our reviewer did), one has to admit that there are few films like "Dark Shadows" in theaters this summer. Based on the popular 1960s/1970s ABC soap that included vampires, werewolves and witches, the film is a curious blend of comedy, drama and horror th...

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    Seith Mann's "MISS: Better Living Through Crime" Headed To Cannes To "Complete Financing"

    Been a little while since we wrote anything about Seith Mann's adaptation of the graphic novel MISS: Better Living Through Crime, which Spike Lee is executive producing.

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    Contest Giveaway: 3 DVD Copies Of 'Chronicle'

    While "The Avengers" is currently holding the mantle of the superhero movie of 2012, earlier this year something a bit more sly and subversive hit theaters: Josh Trank's "Chronicle." A kind of coming-of-age story told through the prism of the superhero genre, the film is a un...

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    Bobcat Goldthwait and Joel Murray Talk 'God Bless America' and Why They Hate (Some) Reality TV

    "God Bless America," the latest from comedian turned button-pushing filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwait ("Sleeping Dogs Lie," "World's Greatest Dad") is one angry movie. Goldthwait (who also penned the screenplay) takes aim at America's narcissistic culture by centering his story on Frank (Joel Murray), a d...

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    Alec Baldwin Joins Woody Allen's Next Pic; Reunites With Russell Brand For 'Man That Rocks The Cradle'

    With "30 Rock" getting picked up by NBC for one last, shortened, 13-episode season, it looks like Alec Baldwin is going to have a bit more time on his hands. The actor is starting to fill up his calendar and is calling on a couple of recent pals to help him do so.

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    10 Unmade Tim Burton Films: From 'After Hours' To 'Superman Lives' & More

    It's curious that a director as idiosyncratic and... well, just plain weird as Tim Burton has become one of Hollywood's A-listers. But from 1989's "Batman" to 2010's billion-dollar grossing "Alice in Wonderland," the helmer's managed to turn his dark, gothic imagination into something that genuinely...

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