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    'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D' Gets Fresh Meat Courtesy Of Alexandra Daddario

    It's been eight years since Marcus Nispel's dreary reboot or whatever of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" that was only really notable for greasing up a young Jessica Biel, putting her in tight jeans and tank top and having her run around screaming her head off. Well, enough time has passed that a new ...

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    Relativity Beefs Up Fall Slate with Forster's Machine Gun Preacher, Banks on Genre for 2011/2012

    Neophyte distributor Relativity's future is banked on its 2011/2012 schedule, which is packed with genre fare (see full line-up below). Much production coin and P & A is invested in this slate. Relativity has now beefed up its fall lineup by taking back North American rights from Lionsgate of its ow...

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    "Curb Your Enthusiasm" Returns for Eighth Season, and Larry Gets Lucky.

    Larry David is back in fine form with the latest season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," its eighth (!), which premieres on HBO July 10. Of course, if you're a "Curb" viewer, this should come as no surprise. David's "Seinfeld 2.0" appeal comes the root of his personality. His improvisational approach to e...

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    'Bridesmaids' Star Melissa McCarthy Joins Judd Apatow's 'Knocked Up' Spinoff

    'Super 8' Kid Ryan Lee Also Comes AboardOnce you're tight with Judd Apatow, you can expect regular work for the rest of your life. Melissa McCarthy, who stole the show in "Bridesmaids" -- directed by Paul Feig and produced by Apatow -- continues to roll very tight with his crew. In addition to being...

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    B-Movie Filmmaker Louis Morneau To Direct Universal's 'Werewolf'

    A few weeks ago reports surfaced that despite the colossal clusterfuck that was “The Wolfman," Universal was pressing ahead with another stab at the monster movie genre. Instead of a sequel however, Michael Tabb has reportedly written a script that is being tossed around under the title of "Werewolf...

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    If You Missed It...Listen To The S&A Live Podcast Season 2, Ep 13 (Spike Lee)

    We had a great show on director Spike Lee yesterday! We covered a few things including:

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    This is What Money Looks Like: Hollywood's Highest Paid Actresses...Is There A Magic Formula?

    Angelina Jolie and Sarah Jessica Parker lead the pack of women racking in the dough Hollywood-style. Gender-transcending movie star Jolie is no surprise (she would easily double her earnings if she said yes to every project she was offered), while Parker's success is due mostly to the Sex and the Ci...

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    'Limitless' Helmer Neil Burger Replaces David O. Russell On 'Uncharted'

    So, how do you get yourself off directing a videogame adaptation? Submit a 200-page script with a bunch of characters that aren’t in the game and you'll be doing exactly what David O. Russell did before he left the director's chair of gestating big screen version of the popular "Uncharted." Already ...

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    "21 Jump Street" Movie Gets R-Rating + Official Synopsis

    Jonah Hill already announced via Tweeter over the weekend that his big-screen adaptation of the popular late 1980s/early '90s TV cop drama 21 Jump Street, has officially wrapped principal photography, and will hit theaters on March 16, 2012.

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    The Essentials: 6 Kevin Spacey Performances

    On entering adolescence, and discovering that cinema had more to offer than Roland Emmerich and Jackie Chan, this writer's favorite working actor swiftly became Kevin Spacey. The actor had been working for over a decade, converting his theater cred into supporting roles in the likes of "Working Girl...

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