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    Obviously: 'Space Invaders' Is Going To Be Movie Now

    Well, with '80s videogame staple "Asteroids" now seeking a director -- Roland Emmerich was recently offered the director's chair -- producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura isn't wasting any time in getting another bad idea off the ground.

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    Favreau Teases Stories from Cowboys & Aliens Producers Spielberg, Howard and Grazer

    Cowboys & Aliens director Jon Favreau interviews his producers, Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. Below, Spielberg recalls meeting John Ford. Here are more videos of the conversation.

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    Amy Winehouse Still Tops Bond Composer David Arnold’s 007 Wishlist

    David Arnold, who’s scored every James Bond movie since 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies, spoke to Matt Mueller shortly before a Memorial Concert in honour of legendary franchise composer John Barry at London’s Royal Albert Hall:David Arnold knows who he’d love to sing the next 007 theme tune: Amy Winehou...

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    Watch: Teaser For 'The Iron Lady' Suggests Meryl Streep Shouldn't Count On Another Oscar Just Yet

    Way back in March, we predicted that the Academy Award race for Best Actress this year would come down to two stars both embodying icons in biopics: two-time nominee Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe in "My Week With Marilyn" and sixteen-time nominee Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher in "The Iron...

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    Sapphire's "Push" Sequel Too Gritty for Film Adaptation?

    Hot on the heels of our previous post about her new novel The Kid, Sapphire sat down for a revealing conversation with NPR, which may give a hint as to whether the book will see a transition to the big screen anytime soon.

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    Horrible Bosses: Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis in the Real Hangover Sequel

    Horrible Bosses is the funniest comedy since The Hangover – the real Hangover, not this year’s lame sequel. In fact, it is everything you might have wanted a Hangover sequel to be. The outlandish premise is carried by an ideal cast, with Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day as friends plott...

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    American Black Film Festival (ABFF) 2011 Day 1 In Brief + Photos

    It's been raining since I got here, and it's still raining. I haven't seen the sun, thanks to the dark clouds that have been hiding them. So much for South Beach Miami sun, beaches and fun!

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    Watch: Trailer For Donnie Yen's 'Wu Xia'

    Of all the films picked up in The Weinstein Company's flurry of acquisitions so far this year, if we were gambling men, we'd wager that Peter Chan's "Wu Xia" has the biggest chance of wasting away on Harvey's movie shelf where films like the still unreleased "Shanghai" still reside.

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    Watch Now: Teaser for Team Sizzle's "The Coalition"

    The Coalition is the first feature film to emerge from Team Sizzle, the independent film company financed by Baltimore Ravens football player Terrell Suggs.

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    AMC's Jesse And Angie Go Online

    Even with the end date for ABC's All My Children set for September 23rd, the show is not quite dead yet.

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