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    Exclusive: Louis Leterrier Reveals His Favorite Films, TV Shows, Comics & More Of 2010

    The end of 2010 is approaching fast and as prepare our year-end lists as well as look forward to the year ahead, we decided to get a different perspective on the past 12 months. With that in mind, we reached out to a handful of directors and actors to find out what resonated with them over the past ...

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    The Originals: "Anthony Zimmer" is Lighter-Than-Light Hitchcock - Hopefully "The Tourist" is Better

    It's not very easy to find a copy of "Anthony Zimmer," the 2005 French film that's been remade by Hollywood as "The Tourist." Yes, there was a Region 1 disc, apparently, but it's not available through either Netflix or Blockbuster, and Amazon only sells it now through outside vendors. After the hubb...

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    'Die Hard 5' Shooting In 2011? Probably Not (There's No Script Yet)

    Rumors began flying around this morning that "Die Hard 5," the long chatted up sequel to "Live Free Or Die Hard," would be gearing up to shoot next year in Puerto Rico, L.A., New York and Vancouver. The news originated from a report in the Puerto Rican newspaper Primera Hora, who quoted someone name...

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    Inception: Nolan's Hand-Drawn Map

    Check out what purports to be Christopher Nolan's own hand-written map of Inception's many dream levels.

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    Tom Hardy Joins Shia LaBeouf In John Hillcoat's Revived Prohibition Drama 'The Promised Land'

    Shooting To Begin This Spring, No Mention Of Other Previously Linked NamesThank you, movie gods. Thank you.

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    First Look: Sacha Baron Cohen & Ben Kingsley In Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo Cabret'

    After months of photography in Paris and London, here's our first look at Sacha Baron Cohen as the train station inspector and Ben Kingsley as silent French filmmaker Georges Méliès in Martin Scorsese's adaptation of Brian Selznick's best-selling children's historical fiction book, "The Invention Of...

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    The Wachowskis To Write & Direct Robin Hood Tale 'Hood,' Have Approached Will Smith For Role

    The Wachowskis have no shortage of projects on the go. The adaptation of David Mitchell's "Cloud Atlas," which they are producing and possibly directing segments of, is gearing up to go in front of cameras next spring, while their highly ambitious gay romance/George W. Bush assassination/Iraq war ta...

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    Trailer For 'I Am Number Four' Marks Exact Midpoint Between 'Twilight' And Brett Ratner's 'X-Men'

    We were a little confused a few months back when it appeared that Dreamworks were releasing a sequel to the Doug Liman/Hayden Christensen sci-fi flop "Jumper." As it turned out, it was actually the trailer for a film called "I Am Number Four," an adaptation of the young adult novel by Oprah nemesis ...

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    James Franco, Alan Cumming, Catherine Keener & Claire Danes Star In Currently-Filming 'Maladies'

    Project Is Payoff To Franco's 'General Hospital' RoleJames Franco's had a pretty good 2010, but his 2011 is likely to be even better. The polymath will kick things off by not only co-hosting the Academy Awards with Anne Hathaway, but also with a near certain-nomination at the awards for his stunning...

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    Weekly Oscar Prediction Update: 08/12/10

    Things are getting heated. The first burst of Oscar precursors have reared their heads and now the race is more or less clear. As far as I can tell, most major races have narrowed to 6-8 potential nominees (or 13-14 for the best picture top ten), and the next burst of precursors should probably make...

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