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    Guy Ritchie Heads To 'Treasure Island' For Warner Bros.

    For those of you who were fans of Guy Ritchie's earlier, grittier, more indie-style works like "Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels," "Snatch." or even "RocknRolla," and are hoping he might return to that kind of fare....you'll have to keep waiting. Ritchie revi...

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    Kathleen Kennedy Joins Lucasfilm as Co-Chair, In Line to Take Over When Lucas Moves On

    George Lucas has been running his Bay area Lucasfilm empire, which includes not only his production company but VFX house Industrial Light and Magic, post-production facility Skywalker Sound, LucasArts Games and all the various publishing and television/video spin-offs that the "Star Wars"...

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    Watch: It's Raining Men For Channing Tatum In 'Magic Mike' Clip Plus New Poster For The Film

    Can a movie about male stripping become the sleeper hit of the summer? Warner Bros. is certainly hoping so, and with Channing Tatum already 2/2 with "The Vow" and "21 Jump Street," the odds are looking very good that "Magic Mike" -- which also boasts Matthew McConaughey...

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    So Much For A Sequel? Universal Manages Expectations On 'Snow White And The Huntsman'

    Today marks the release of “Snow White and The Huntsman,” and for those on the Universal lot, the occasion is one filled with quiet anticipation as the audience numbers come trickling back. Only two weeks after “Battleship” fell alongside that cinematic punching bag “John Carter” as one of this year...

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    'Leprechaun' Remake With WWE Wrestler Hornswoggle Moves Forward With New Writer

    While many would like to throw slasher films back into the very annals of film history, it comes as no surprise to horror fans that titles like “Friday the 13th” and “Nightmare on Elm Street” generate big business over countless sequels – and now remakes. The franchise of slasher films under the “Le...

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    Prescreen, We Hardly Knew You: What is the Future for Indie Movies Online?

    This week, eight-month-old online distributor Prescreen sent a "change of service" announcement to its subscribers. Translated: They're shutting down. The official statement is that the site successfully proved it "likely" that "the future of film discovery and dist...

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    Watch: 'Trash Humpers'-Esque Video For The Black Keys "Gold On The Ceiling" Directed By Harmony Korine

    WHERE'S MY TOOTH. WE LOVE BOOTY. WE LOVE LOOTCAKE. Lo-fi, outrageous, hilarious and totally fucked, Harmony Korine has directed the video for "Gold On The Ceiling" by The Black Keys and the results are dementedly glorious.

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    Is Ridley Scott's Western 'The Color Of Lightning' Penned By Larry McMurtry Finally Moving Forward?

    Everything in the movie world about Ridley Scott over the past few months has been about "Prometheus," "The Counselor" or that "Blade Runner" sequel he's doing, but here's something that's thankfully about none of those things and more proof that at 74 years...

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    Rihanna & Kevin Hart Confirmed For Seth Rogen's 'End Of The World' + On-Set Pics

    In a video clip we posted in late April, James Franco, said he thought Rihanna may have a part in the Seth Rogen end of world comedy titled The End of the World (previously titled The Apocalypse), which will star Franco, Rogen, as well as Jonah Hill, Aziz Ansari and Craig Ro...

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    Media Watch: Rotten Tomatoes On Your Radio Dial and Netflix Queue; Millennials Like Magazines; Wired on iPad

    Now streaming: Rotten Tomatoes on the radio. The movie-review aggregation site announced the creation of their own radio channel, a weekly one-hour call-in show hosted by the website's editor-in-chief, Matt Atchity. It will air on Thursdays on the satcaster's Stars Too channel...

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