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    Rumor Of The Day: Will 'Transformers 4' Feature A Female Lead?

    The word on the fourth installment of the mega-grossing (and thunderously dull) “Transformers” series has been slow. We do know it won’t be a reboot; franchise leading man Shia LaBeouf won’t be back to do battle with the Decepticons; and this will be director Michael Bay&rsqu...

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    Oscilloscope Palms Toronto Fest Heist Film 'Wasteland'

    Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired U.S. rights to Rowan Athale’s heist thriller “Wasteland,” which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. The company plans a 2013 release.

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    Watch: Brass Body Trailer For 'Man With The Iron Fists' Plus Featurette & Music Video For "Built For This" Featuring Method Man

    If you’re a fan of kung-fu, hip-hop, or movies that enjoy blurring the lines between genres, there’s a pretty good chance that, like us, you’re desperately waiting for Wu-Tang Clan member RZA's directorial debut “Man with the Iron Fists.” Well the marketing wheels are certainly spinning as we edge c...

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    Transformers-Gate: Michael Bay Shoots Back At Hugo Weaving's Disses On The Film

    Bitching about the vapidity of tentpoles it the new black. "The Dark Knight Rises" cinematographer Wally Pfister recently disparaged the shooting clumsiness of "The Avengers" in a new interview, Paul Bettany admitted that he's never bothered to watch any of the "Iron Man" movies he's in (he plays t...

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    WATCH: Luhrmann Updates 'Great Gatsby' Trailer (VIDEO)

    Warners has released a similar but different trailer for Baz Luhrmann's"The Great Gatsby." About a month ago, Warner Bros. announced a May 10, 2013 release date for Baz Luhrmann's $127 million 3-D drama starring Leonardo Di Caprio in the title role, moving it back from its planned December 25 berth...

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    Exclusive: U.S. Trailer For Celebrated Doc 'Tchoupitoulas'

    Where does documentary end, and reality and dreams begin? That is the question many will be asking after experiencing "Tchoupitoulas," the latest documentary from Bill and Turner Ross, the makers of the small town portrait "45365." After drawing rave reviews at SXSW where it premiered earlier this y...

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    Details On Steve McQueen Retrospective At Art Institute Of Chicago (14 Short Films + More)

    Following up with Sergio's August post which announced Chicago's planned large-scale exhibition of British filmmaker Steve McQueen's work, set to open October 21 (this weekend), and runs through January 6, 2013.

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    'Jack The Giant Killer' Gets A New Title & Release Date

    Do you remember that Bryan Singer has a new movie called "Jack The Giant Killer" coming out? Yeah, we don't either. So it's probably not a big deal that Warner Bros. is changing -- well, tweaking -- the title, or moving the release date (again), because it's not like many folks...

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    Watch: See How Iceland Was Transformed Into Planet LV-223 In Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus'

    "Prometheus" is now on home video, and the conversation continues as fans debate what it's all about, whether or not the not-quite-prequel worked, and even if it ties into the "Blade Runner" universe. But no matter where most folks stand on the movie, it can be agreed that, v...

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    Producers Say They Have No Plans To Make A 3D James Bond Movie, Plus New 'Skyfall' Videoblog

    3D, once vaunted as the format that would renew moviegoer attendance and buoy declining revenues, has now nearly become a dirty word. Hardly a week goes by without a movie arriving in the format, usually converted, asking audiences to pay an extra fee for underwhelming visual pizazz. So it comes as ...

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