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    Chris O'Dowd Reveals He Has Role In 'Thor: The Dark World'

    Chris O’Dowd is having a moment. He first turned heads in the British sitcom “The IT Crowd,” and since his turn as Kristen Wiig’s love interest in the breakout hit “Bridesmaids” he’s racked up roles in two more Judd Apatow projects: Lena Dunham’s HBO series “Girls” and in Apatow’s own directorial ef...

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    Nicolas Roeg Gearing Up WWI Film 'At Sunset'

    A couple of years ago, we put together a retrospective on the films of Nicolas Roeg, and what one could quickly glean is that his glory years were far behind. The filmmaker whose name graced iconic movies like "Performance," "Don't Look Now" and "The Man Who Feel To Earth" hasn't made a good film in...

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    Director Lynne Ramsay Leaves Jane Got a Gun Just As Production Was to Begin

    Deadline reported yesterday that director Lynne Ramsay had quit Jane Got a Gun which is to star Natalie Portman the morning production was to have begun -- Tuesday in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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    Watch: Get Into The Fast Lane With New Trailer For 'Turbo'

    We're all for high concept movies, particularly when it comes to animation which lends itself to fanciful stories, but this writer at least is still struggling to figure out "Turbo." In short: it's about a snail who gets super-powered with nitrous oxide, busts out of the snail racing circuit (huh?) ...

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    First Poster For 'The Colony' - Laurence Fishburne's Sci-Fi Thriller

    It's scheduled to be released in theaters on April 12 - but only in Canada! No word yet on when (or if) it'll hit the USA. Although, given the talent in front of the camera, I think, at a minimum, a VOD/DVD release in the USA will happen.

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    Captain Kirk & Spock Get Serious In New Pics From 'Star Trek Into Darkness'

    J.J. Abrams only lets you see what you he wants you to see, and when it comes to his films before release, it isn't much. And so it's not surprising that these two latest photos for "Star Trek Into Darkness," coming in via some kind of app for the movie, aren't exactly Earth-shattering revelations.

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    Exclusive: U.S. Poster For Acclaimed Danish Thriller 'A Hijacking'

    So, how much did we like Tobias Lindholm's "A Hijacking"? Well, as you'll see in the the exclusive U.S. poster for the film below -- quite a bit. Our own Oli Lyttelton raved about the picture in his review when it premiered at the Venice Film Festival last summer, and soon you'll get to witness for ...

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    You Might Be Waiting 3 Years For The Next James Bond Film

    So, remember about a year ago when it was announced that "James Bond 24" aka the followup to "Skyfall" would be released in 2014? While that still could possibly happen, it's looking increasingly like a longshot as the latest update from MGM suggests we might be waiting much longer for the next 007 ...

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    Vangelis' 'Blade Runner' Soundtrack Getting Gatefold Sleeve, Red Vinyl Reissue

    While the plans for a sequel are something we're certainly wary of, there's no doubt that Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" continues to fascinate. Recently, studio notes on the film from displeased producers hit the web, providing yet another insight into the production, while a possible tie-in to "Pro...

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    Ryan Gosling Puts 'Em Up In New Pics From Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Only God Forgives'

    We're now under two months away from the Cannes Film Festival, and among the titles we're expecting to join the lineup is Nicolas Winding Refn's "Only God Forgives." The long awaited picture continues to play in the shadows, but it looks like we're going to be getting a lot more very, very soon.

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