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    Offers Out To Kevin Hart, Terence Howard To Join Paula Patton In 'Baggage Claim'

    Kevin Hart and Terence Howard just might be joining the cast of playwright/director David E. Talbert's rom-com, Baggage Claim, for Fox Searchlight, based on his best-selling debut novel about a flight attendant with thirty days and thirty thousand miles to find a hu...

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    'The Hangover Part III' Is A Road Trip Movie? Production Has Begun & Minor Details Revealed

    The wolfpack are back. Principal photography has started on Warner Bros. Pictures' "The Hangover Part III," the third (and evidently final) film in director Todd Phillips' trilogy that has shattered all R-Rated comedy records to date. The official synopsis is thus:

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    A Fetish Club & An Underground City: Christina Hendricks Reveals Details About Ryan Gosling’s Directorial Debut 'How To Catch A Monster'

    Though Ryan Gosling and Christina Hendricks shared the briefest of tense, violent moments in “Drive” – and in actual production likely not much longer – it seems from Gosling’s recent choices the experience was more than favorable. After eyeing a remake of 1980’s “The Idolmaker” for his first foray ...

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    Dorian Missick Attached To Star In Jason Gilmore's 'All The Children Are Insane'

    Thespian Dorian Missick is attached to writer/director Jason Gilmore's forthcoming feature film, All The Children Are Insane - a project that's currently a Juntobox Films finalist (Juntobox, you should recall, is a new initiaive co-founded by Forest Whitaker, that&nb...

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    IMDb and Kindle Partner on X-Ray for Movies

    IMDb and Amazon's Kindle Fire proudly introduce a useful interruption during your feature presentation: "X-Ray for Movies." By tapping on the screen of a movie, the user will be able to see the names and filmographies of each of the actors. The X-Ray program, exclusive to Kindle Fire at the moment...

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    DreamWorks Animation Reveals Ambitious 12-Movie Slate Including 'How To Train Your Dragon 3' & 'B.O.O.' With Seth Rogen

    With 20th Century Fox recently picking up the distribution duties for DreamWorks Animation's films (following a profitable relationship with Paramount Pictures that ended somewhat sourly), it was all but a matter of time before the studio announced (via Hollywood Reporter) a fuller slate of movies f...

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    30 New Images Of Amy Adams, Justin Timberlake & Clint Eastwood In 'Trouble With The Curve'

    On the last day of the Republican National Convention, it's possible that that sound you heard was that of heart palpitations over at Warner Bros' marketing department. After seemingly retiring from acting after "Gran Torino," Clint Eastwood used a gap in his schedule caused by the delay to his rema...

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    30-Day Fundraiser For Feature Film Based On Black & Sexy TV Web Series 'The Couple'

    If you missed our announcement of this, or just need to revisit the details, here's a quick recap:

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    Derek Cianfrance Says 'Place Beyond The Pines' Will Arrive In Theaters Sometime In 2013

    Derek Cianfrance's "The Place Beyond the Pines" was one of the most anticipated films of the Toronto International Film Festival and, meeting lofty expectations, the film made a big splash this weekend in Canada's largest city. Starring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Ray Liotta, Rose Byrn...

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    Jude Law Confirms He's In Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' Says He "Pestered" Director For Years For A Part

    Wes Anderson must be feeling pretty vindicated these days. After a couple of films more cooly received by critics, in "The Life Aquatic" and "The Darjeeling Limited," and a charming animated film that unfortunately flopped at the box office, Anderson needed to come back strong, and fortunately, that...

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