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    Aaron Johnson Says R-Rated 'Kick-Ass 2' Starts Filming This Fall

    While the fan boy and critical community still seems divided on the merits of Matthew Vaughn’s 2010 adaptation of Mark Millar’s “Kick-Ass,” Vaughn has moved onto a more lucrative superhero franchise with the “X-Men: First Class” series as the “Kick-Ass&rdquo...

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    Pics Of Phylicia Rashad, Nelsan Ellis, Rosie Perez In Star-Studded Cast of 'Gods Behaving Badly'

    I'd actually forgotten all about this project; IMDBPro lists it as being in post-production since last November, but I suspect that there is some visual effects work that needs to be done in post, which may be why it's been in post for 8 months and counting.

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    Timur Bekmambetov Says "Shocking" Sequel To 'Wanted' Will Follow James McAvoy's Wesley Gibson & Features A "Great Twist"

    EXCLUSIVE: While there has been much talk, a sequel to "Wanted" has been moving slowly. While the original writers were hired to pen a sequel last fall, it remained to seen how they would continue from the blood-soaked finale of the first film, a breakneck comic book actioner from director...

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    Watch: 3 Clips, New Images & More From 'Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World' With Steve Carell & Keira Knightley

    This weekend sees the release of one of our most anticipated indie movies of the summer, “Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World,” and Focus has began the final hard push with three new clips, eight new images, a couple of TV spots and a behind-the-scenes featurette for the film. Phew...

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    'Monsters' Sequel 'The Dark Continent' Moves Forward With 'Misfits' Director Tom Green

    One of the big successes of the 2010 indie world was "Monsters," the ultra-low budget sci-fi picture which became a sensation after it premiered at SXSW. Made on a miniscule budget, with hugely impressive effects created on an off-the-shelf computer, it followed two Americans try...

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    Watch: Trailer For 2012 Olympic Short Films From Mike Leigh, Lynne Ramsay & Asif Kapadia

    We're slightly over a month from the kick-off of the 2012 Olympics, and here in London, you can certainly tell: the locals are battening down the hatches, the facilities are desperately getting their last of lick of paint, and it's already virtually impossible to leave the house without some...

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    Rodney King Found Dead

    Media sources reported minutes ago that Rodney King, the man at the center of the notorious 1992 Los Angeles riots, was found dead this morning.

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    New Images Of Mark Wahlberg & Mila Kunis In Seth MacFarlane's 'Ted'

    Can Seth MacFarlane weave the same kind of comedic and money-making magic on the big screen as he has on the small screen? Whether or not you like his brand of comedy which fits somewhere between "The Simpsons" and "South Park" in sensibility, it's undeniable that he's be...

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    Woody Allen Says He Once Offered A Part To Tonya Harding, Was Considering Princess Diana For A Role As Well

    While Woody Allen is known for commanding starry, ensemble casts who will work for next to nothing to just to appear in his films, he's generally shied away from stunt casting. But doing the press rounds for his latest European trifle, "To Rome With Love" (read our review here), he reveals he once h...

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    In Theaters: 'That's My Boy' Is Not 'Your Sister's Sister,' While 'Rock Of Ages' Will Leave You Feeling 'Tortured'

    Hey there! The world of the creative takes center stage on the big screen this week, as singers, writers, and performance artists feature heavily in the weekend releases. From ‘80s rock bands to the New York art scene to ex-pat writers in the birthplace of literary circles, The City of Lights itself...

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