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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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    Sony's Pascal Extends Employment Deal

    Amy Pascal is sticking with her gig as co-chairman at Sony Pictures Entertainment for the moment.

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    Review: 'You Won't Miss Me' Lacks Insight & Interest

    Despite over-saturation, a refusal/inability to use the film medium to its full potential, and the generally low-aiming nature of the mumbly micro-indie, it seems the genre is here to stay.

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    Double Geekgasm: 'Spider-Man' Starts Shooting Using RED EPIC 3D Cameras

    "Spider-Man," the newly rebooted comic franchise, has officially begun principal photography with director Marc Webb at the helm, but if that wasn't enough to get geeks thoroughly excited, a whole other subset of fans (i.e. camera nerds) have their own bit of news to freak over as well.

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    Cate Blanchett & Ken Stott Join 'The Hobbit,' Sylvester McCoy & Mikael Persbrandt Confirmed

    More players have joined the growing cast of Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" with two recent names confirmed, one new name we haven't heard had and one famous, familiar face returning.

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