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    Emily Watson, Jennifer Morrison, Zoe Kazan & Mia Maestro Join Neil LaBute Produced 'Some Girls' With Adam Brody & Kristen Bell

    News of the film adaptation of Neil LaBute’s play, “Some Girls,” has been slim the past few months, with Kristen Bell coming on board a couple of days ago, and Adam Brody joining back in January, but recently a slew of impressive additions have emerged for the Jennifer Getzing...

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    Blood, Snot & Tears: Elizabeth Olsen Talks Making The Horror Pic 'Silent House'

    Had Elizabeth Olsen shot the purportedly one-take horror film "Silent House" as her first movie, she says she would have been scared off making films altogether. "I made a joke to my agent, 'If this was the first film I had ever done, I don't know if I could have done one agai...

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    Terra Nova Might Go To Netflix; 'You Kill Me' Being Turned Into A Showtime Series; Ken Marino Joins Judy Greer For ABC Pilot & More

    With news yesterday that David Fincher was battling over an already $100 million budget on the original Netflix series "House of Cards," it now appears the rental/streaming company are interested in one of the most expensive shows already airing on television -- "Terra Nova."...

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    First Look At Johnny Depp & Armie Hammer In 'The Lone Ranger'

    Can opinions be changed by a single image? That might be pushing it just a bit, but in the case of "The Lone Ranger," the adaptation of the ancient, wholesome western TV show, we have to say we like what we see.

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    Peruvian Helmer Ricardo de Montreuil Early Contender To Direct 'Zorro Reborn' Starring Gael Garcia Bernal

    You may know Ricardo De Montreuil best as the director of “The Raven,” not the James McTeigue-helmed Edgar Allen Poe actioner starring John Cusack, but rather the short film about a man named Chris Black who deals with the perils of having mysterious powers against the backdrop of a...

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    Taylor Kitsch Talks Reshoots On 'John Carter'; Andrew Stanton Discusses Live Action Vs. Animated Filmmaking & More

    There are many intriguing elements to this week’s release of “John Carter” beyond the discussed-to-death $250 million dollar (or so) budget. For one, it’s the live action directorial debut of Andrew Stanton, esteemed member of Pixar responsible for penning the “Toy Stor...

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    The New Greek Wave? "Dogtooth," "Attenberg," "Alps" Reflect National Unease

    It's a crappy time to live in Greece right now. But it's not so bad to be a Greek filmmaker.  As economic austerity measures cripple the country, and the suicide rate has jumped 40%, a wave of bold, innovative films have been coming out of the country, of late, most notably from fi...

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    Alexandre Aja Will Take A Bite Out Of The Vampire Tale 'Undying Love'

    Two years ago, we'd have likely reported on Alexandre Aja's latest project with a total lack of enthusiasm. This was the director who bought us the remake of "The Hills Have Eyes," "P2," and "Mirrors." And considering we weren't even that impressed by h...

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    More Photos From Tim Burton's 'Dark Shadows' Includes New Looks At Chloe Moretz & Eva Green

    Update: Images removed by request of Warner Bros. With no trailer unveiled a mere two months out from its planned release, the marketing department for Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows" looks to be making up for lost time, unveiling a host of images this week from the gothic soap-opera adapt...

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    Max Landis Returns To Write 'Chronicle 2'

    It has been a good week for the filmmakers behind the found footage hit "Chronicle." Just yesterday, it was reported that director Josh Trank was talking with Sony about doing their "Spider-Man" spinoff "Venom" and now another good piece of news has arrived. Screen...

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