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    Viggo Mortensen Says He Turned Down 'The Hobbit,' Gearing Up Directorial Debut With 'The Horsecatcher'

    There are few actors around as discerning, interesting and talented as Viggo Mortensen. As he's gained success in career, he's become choosier about this roles, usually going for something that stirs his heart or brain (or both), rather than the obvious star vehicle or blockbuster franchise. But of ...

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    Warner Bros. to Produce New "Flintstones" Feature with WWE Wrestlers

    Yabba-Dabba Don't! Fred and Barney will soon share the screen with WWE superstars "Vince McMagma" (voiced by Vince McMahon), "John Cenastone" (John Cena) and "CM Punkrock" (CM Punk). Warner Bros. is teaming with WWE Studios to co-produce a Flintstones animated feature film, scheduled for direct-to-v...

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    Heather Graham Talks About Roles for Women, Sexuality and Expectations

    Last week, we reported that Michelle Rodriguez, fed up with the writing of female characters, has been doing her own writing. And it looks like Heather Graham is doing the same thing.

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    Brad Pitt Faces A Zombie Apocalypse In New Pics, Banners & Poster For 'World War Z'

    With less than a month to go, Paramount has unleashed a blitzkrieg of “World War Z” marketing materials upon an unsuspecting world: TV spots, magazine profiles and now even more posters and stills.

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    Even Bernardo Bertolucci Thinks American TV Is Better Than American Movies These Days

    Legendary filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci was recently honored by the American Academy in Rome with the McKim Award. The man behind films such as “Last Tango in Paris,” “The Last Emperor,” and “The Dreamers” has been active in the film industry for over 50 years now and after receiving the prestigious...

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    Steven Soderbergh Says His New Cut Of 'Kafka' Will Be "A Hardcore Art Movie"

    Since the beginning of his career, Steven Soderbergh has never walked by the traditional filmmaking path, and after his celebrated Palme d'Or winning debut “Sex, Lies and Videotape," he completely changed the game for this sophomore effort. 1991's "Kafka" is an ambitious and stylized psychological t...

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    Carter Burwell, Most Interesting Thing About 'Thor: The Dark World,' Quits 'Thor: The Dark World'

    A month on from its first trailer, we're still not quite sure about Marvel's Phase Two offering, “Thor: The Dark World.” Alongside “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” as a sequel that seems more logical than necessary, the new installment from “Game of Thrones” helmer Alan Taylor looks enjoyable e...

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    ‘Blue Is The Warmest Color’ Crew Bring Allegations Of “Bullying” & “Anarchic” Over-Budget Production

    The cinematic world may slowly shift back to something resembling normal after the onslaught of Cannes, but one film destined for continued debate is Abdellatif Kechiche’s “Blue is the Warmest Color.” The three-hour romance ended up taking home the Palme d’Or – shared amongst the director and the fi...

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    Apphia Campbell Channels Nina Simone In Shanghai Production 'Black Is The Color Of My Voice'

    Want to see Nina Simone depicted the way you think she should be? Go to China.

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    James Mangold Hints At 'The Wolverine' Post-Credits Scene & Reveals Jean Grey's Role Plus New Pics

    What superhero movie are you most excited for this summer? “The Wolverine”? No, I thought not. Between “Iron Man 3” and the forthcoming “Man of Steel”, along with a slew of non-super block-busters, the sixth X-Men movie and do-over of 2009's “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” has been struggling a little to...

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