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    Hayden Panettiere, Nikki Reed & Rebecca De Mornay To Star In Easton Ellis Scribed 'Downers Grove'

    High school is a scary place to graduate from in the upcoming thriller "Downers Grove."

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    Bruce Willis & Paul Walker Eye Heist Flick 'Set Up' With Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson

    Remember in September when we drafted up our list of favorite heist films? Well, if we ever do it again, don't expect this one to place.

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    'Oldboy' Remake Script Gets Buzz, Steven Spielberg, Matthew Vaughn & Danny Boyle Linked

    Remember when late last year, fanboys everywhere danced on the grave of the gestating remake of Park Chan-Wook's "Oldboy" that had Steven Spielberg and Will Smith attached? Looks like those celebrations might have been premature.

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    Beautiful Poster & Synopsis Lands For 'Jane Eyre' With Mia Wasikowska & Michael Fassbender

    A film we have right at the top of our must-see list for next year is Cary Fukunaga's adaptation of Charlotte Brontë's "Jane Eyre."

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    "127 Hours" and the Disappointment with a Lack of Widespread Fainting

    "Is Fox actually paying people to faint at 127 Hours? Because that's what William Castle would've done." -- IFC.com's Stephen Saito (@mfrushmore) on Twitter.

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    Mind Bending Official Synopsis Lands For Duncan Jones' 'Source Code'

    With the film hitting theaters in about six months, there has been scant in the way of official stills or details surrounding Duncan Jones' "Source Code." But while we await a trailer for the film which we would guess is coming very soon (the film hits UK cinemas on March 11, 2011 a month before it ...

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    Morgan Freeman Circling 'Akira,' Zac Efron Offered Lead Role

    Steam is beginning to build around Warner Bros. remake of the classic anime "Akira" with some interesting names being thrown around. But first a quick history recap: In February of this year, directing duo Allen and Albert Hughes were brought on to direct the film and this summer, Albert Torres ("Henry Poole Is Here") was hired to pen a new draft of the script with a due date of September. The project will be a two-film, PG-13 adaptation of the manga with the Hughes Brothers currently only on board for the first section which will bring books 1-3 of the series to the big screen. And it now looks like all systems are go as casting is tentative...

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    Were the 1990s the Worst Time for Comic Book Movies?

    I won't bore anyone with my gushing appreciation for "Dick Tracy," and not just because it's been such a long time since I saw the film and I'm admittedly running on the fumes of a twenty year memory, and I don't need to go into how the list really needs mention of "The Rocketeer," the Roger Corman ...

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    A Look Inside The Brit List, The Best Unproduced Screenplays From The U.K.

    In some ways, it's been a pretty good year for the British film industry, with the likes of "Another Year," "The King's Speech," "Down Terrace," "Skeletons," "The Scouting Book For Boys" and "The Arbor" all providing some of the great movie-going pleasures of the year, and with some good prospects f...

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    Review: 'Unstoppable' Is One Of Tony Scott's Most Enjoyable Films In Years

    "Unstoppable" is about a runaway train on a collision course to wipe out a mid-sized Pennsylvania town and that streamlined premise might be the best thing to happen to director Tony Scott in years. The schizophrenic director, given to rapid edits, multiple filters, and cameras stuck in a wide array...

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