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    Watch: Jennifer Garner & Joel Edgerton Grow A Magic Child In The Trailer For 'The Odd Life Of Timothy Green'

    Ok seriously, just look at that image above. Does "The Odd Life Of Timothy Green" not seem like the most punchable movie of 2012? Well, if you need more convincing here's the brand new trailer for the movie, and warning: if you're a diabetic, this may send your blood/sugar levels t...

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    Robert Pattinson Steps Into Scenes From David Cronenberg's 'Videodrome,' 'Dead Ringers' & 'Scanners' For Photo Shoot

    Just yesterday we were saying that magazines doing photo shoots based on movie scenes is becoming a pretty regular thing, and why not? The movies have provided some of the most iconic imagery of all time, so why not riff on that for spreads in glossy mags? Well, Robert Pattinson is the latest to jum...

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    Kurt Russell Has Also Dropped Out Of Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained'

    With filming now well underway and a few glossy images appearing in a recent issue of EW, one would think that the cast has been pretty much nailed down for Quentin Tarantino's latest, "Django Unchained." But that appears not to be the case with Kurt Russell joining the ever-growing li...

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    Vin Diesel Teases Dream "Hannibal The Conqueror" Project

    Vin Diesel posted the above image on his Facebook fan page yesterday evening... not sure if it really means anything, other than to point out the fact that it's his "Dream" project, as the image suggests. 

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    Sheffield Doc/Fest 2012 Locks Down Lineup; 'The Sheik and I,' 'Planet of Snail' and 'How to Survive a Plague' Included

    The 19th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest has locked in its full lineup. This year's progam features 83 feature docs, 10 outdoor screenings, 27 shorts and four cross platform films.

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    First Look At Sam Worthington & Xavier Samuel In Australian Surfing Action-Drama 'Drift'

    The surfing world hasn't seen much love since Kathryn Bigelow's "Point Break," with most pics since then merely excuses to get good-looking actors in swimsuits. There does seem to be one film on the horizon that aims to be different though, the surfing-based action-drama "Drif...

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    Guillermo Del Toro Steps In To Co-Direct 'Pinocchio' With Mark Gustafson, Production Starts In 2013

    If a new version of "Pinocchio" involving Guillermo Del Toro sounds familiar, well, that's because it is. The project has been kicking around since 2008, and just over a year ago it was announced that the ever busy helmer would produce, with Gris Grimly and animation director...

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    Watch First Footage From Lee Daniels' First Post-"Precious" Directorial Effort "The Paperboy"

    No trailer yet, but here's your first look (other than the poster) at Lee Daniels' first post-Precious project that's actually gone through production.

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    Jaume Collet-Serra To Direct Liam Neeson To Punch People On A Plane In 'Non-Stop'

    It may not have been everybody’s cup of tea, but Jaume Collet-Serra’s 2009 film "Orphan" was bold and bonkers enough that it made us sit up and pay a little more attention to the director, whose previous efforts had been a “House of Wax” remake and “Goal II: L...

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