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    U.S. Remake Of BAFTA-Winning "Misfits" Likely To Happen . . . Regrettably

    According to The Daily Blam, a U.S. remake of the popular British dramedy Misfits is in the works. Gossip Girl producer Josh Schwartz reportedly will begin early pre-production for a pitch to American networks.

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    Warner Bros. Swings Around The Pole For Steven Soderbergh's 'Magic Mike'

    Joe Manganiello Reveals Character Costumes For Some Of The Strippers In The MovieSteven Soderbergh and Warner Bros. have had a long and mostly fruitful relationship for much of the director's career. Of course, right now they are doing very well with "Contagion," which as taken in over $75 million so far, and that's with international territories only starting to open now. And over the years WB has housed variety of Soderbergh's films both big and small, including the "Ocean's Eleven" trilogy, "The Good German" and "The Informant!" and they are also behind the developing "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." And with lensing well underway on the indie-fi...

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    Media Watch: Prometheus Global's Trade Struggles, Elle on THR's Min, Wolff Out at Adweek

    The Hollywood Reporter looks like it should be successful, with burgeoning traffic numbers and a healthy industry readership. But is it? In order to support a glossy weekly magazine, new editor Janice Min increased her staff and has managed to mix business with pleasure with newsy, readable copy onl...

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    John Cusack & Johnny Knoxville Are Going To Rio De Janeiro For 'Carnaval'

    As far as paid vacations to Brazil go, you could probably do worse.

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    Winners of Academy's Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowships Get $30,000

    The seven winners of the Academy's 2011 Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowships will each receive $30,000 (list is below). The first installment will be presented to them on November 3 at a gala Academy dinner. A record number of scripts (6,730) were submitted this year. Here are eligibility details and m...

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    Ving Rhames Returns in First Teaser Trailer for 'Piranha 3DD'

    "It's double the terror, and double the D's."

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    Jerry Bruckheimer Says Supernatural Coyotes Out, Train Sequences Stay In Scaled Down 'Lone Ranger'

    Producer Explains How He Trimmed The Budget of 'Lone Ranger' By Doing What He Should Have Done In the First PlaceUpdate: Disney has pushed "The Lone Ranger" start date to February 13.

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    Will And Jada Pinkett-Smith Adding To Growing Empire Buying Stake In the Philadelphia 76ers

    Can Will and Jada Pinkett Smith afford to add more to their never-ending plate? Yes, apparently. Will, a native of Philadelphia, and his wife just became minority shareholders in the NBA team the Philadelphia 76ers.

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    Daniel Radcliffe's Woman in Black Looks Like Standard Period Scare Fare

    The Woman in Black, Daniel Radcliffe's film foray into leading man status sans Harry Potter, has released a teaser and poster.

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    Review: 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' A Stunner With A Breakout Turn By Elizabeth Olsen

    The following is a reprint of our review from Sundance.

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