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    Found Footage Alien Pic 'Dark Moon' Dropped By Warner Bros., Picked Up By Dark Castle

    And Will End Up Being Released By Warner Bros. AnywayAs an example of how fickle, fleeting and ultimately ridiculous Hollywood can get, following the plug being pulled on Roland Emmerich's low budget, found footage project "The Zone" yesterday, Warner Bros. followed suit, putting into turnaround the...

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    Paladin Embarks on "A Love Affair of Sorts"

    Producer David Guy Levy's directorial debut, "A Love Affair of Sorts," will be released by Paladin, with plans to have it play on the festival circuit in early 2011, followed by a theatrical release soon thereafter.

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    Orchestra Plays Indiana Jones in the Amazon.

    Orchestra Plays Indiana Jones in the Amazon.

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    Rachel McAdams Still Unsure If She's Returning To 'Sherlock Holmes 2'

    Anatomy of a Hollywood tentpole: though "Sherlock Holmes 2" is deep into production, apparently some of the ideas within are still "in the process."

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    Ralph Fiennes Eyeing John Henry Butterworth's Adaptation Of George Orwell's 'Burmese Days'

    Looking To Bring 'Morning Glory' Helmer Roger Mitchell On BoardFresh from his behind-the-camera debut with a modern reimagining of William Shakespeare's "Coriolanus," Ralph Fiennes is reportedly already circling his next project, an adaptation of George Orwell's "Burmese Days." The actor, though, is...

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    'The Blind Side' Director John Lee Hancock To Helm 'Electric Boy Genius'

    One of the biggest surprises of last year was John Lee Hancock's "The Blind Side" that appeared seemingly from nowhere and went on to earn a Best Actress Oscar for star Sandra Bullock, and, becoming the Sarah Palin of the movie world, picked up over $200 million at the box office, mostly from the of...

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    'A Single Man' Director Tom Ford Has New Film In The Works

    Project Is 'Very Different' To 'A Single Man' And Is Being Developed By Ford 'From Scratch'Tom Ford's adaptation of Christopher Isherwood's iconic 1964 novel "A Single Man" was one of the most accomplished directorial debuts in recent history, though, with the former creative director of fashion houses Gucci and Yves Saint-Laurent behind the camera, we probably should have seen the immaculate shooting, exquisite detailing and emotional richness coming. One of the underpinning successes of the film was, of course, star Colin Firth who earned an Oscar nomination for his performance, a career-defining one which has subsequently led to his highly...

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    Edgy New Poster For Derek Cianfrance's 'Blue Valentine'

    If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.

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    Roland Emmerich's Low Budget Alien Invasion Flick 'The Zone' Canceled

    Even Roland Emmerich Is Bored By Alien Invasion MoviesProduction has been canceled on the low-budget alien invasion flick "The Zone" that was set go in front of cameras this month with Roland Emmerich at the helm.

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    Watch: Cary Fukunaga Plays Up The Gothic Horror In First Trailer For 'Jane Eyre'

    As big fans of Cary Fukunaga's debut "Sin Nombre," we've been anticipating his follow-up, a new adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel "Jane Eyre" for quite some time. But it's not been a home-run by any means: the novel's been frequently filmed as it is, most recently by Zeffirelli in 199...

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