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    Summit Set For 'The Bitter Pill'; Steven Soderbergh Explains Why We'll Never See His Aussie Flick 'Michael Gregg'

    After battling it out with Paramount and then later becoming the frontrunner, it looks like Summit Entertainment are now in final negotiations to board the latest collaboration between Steven Soderbergh and Scott Z. Burns with "The Bitter Pill."

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    Michael Moore Proposes "Occupy Winter"

    Last night, Michael Moore posted a proposal to the General Assembly of Occupy Wall Street to keep the movement alive during the cold months of winter. Many in the media had long questioned whether the 99% agenda would be able to endure the cold, but now that most of the encampments in public spac...

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    Juno Temple & Wes Bentley Join Porn Star Biopic 'Lovelace'

    Juno Temple has been on the verge of breaking out for quite a while. This year’s “Dirty Girl” should have been a big moment for her, but it didn’t get much of a release by the Weinstein Company. But not to worry, as Christopher Nolan is going to shine a spotlight on her in next summer’s “The Dark Kn...

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    Zoe Kravitz And "Mad Max 4: Fury Road" Cast To Begin Filming In Namibia Next Spring

    Film Contact is reporting that director George Miller and his Mad Max 4: Fury Road cast will not be filming that series' reboot in Broken Hill, Australia as originally planned, and as originally reported here by Tambay.  Instead-- due to that area's heaviest rainfall in 75 years-- suppo...

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    Paramount Angling To Get Michael Bay To Direct 'Transformers 4,' Could Start Shooting Winter 2012

    Update: Michael Bay has hit the Shooting For The Edit forums to address rumors about "Transformers 4," and for now, he says that's all they are: "Studio's are passing rumors but I'm not sure what I'm doing? I know I'm going to do Pain and Gain early spring but that...

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    Is Michael Moore Pro-Piracy: Illegal Copies of "Capitalism: A Love Story" Inspiring OWS?

    While speaking in Ann Arbor at the Michigan Theater to promote his new book, "Here Comes Trouble," Michael Moore told a crowd they could take part in the Occupy Wall Street movement without getting their hands too dirty, by moving funds from established banks to local credit unions, or ...

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    'Monster' Director Patty Jenkins Exits 'Thor 2'

    It looks like Marvel can't hold on to a director for "Thor 2." First, "Game Of Thrones" helmer Brian Kirk was hired and left shortly after, then a somewhat controversial choice arrived in the form of "Monster" director Patty Jenkins. A woman (gasp!) who hadn't m...

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    So, There's Going To Be A 'Grown Ups 2' Now

    Is this the sound of Sony and Adam Sandler panicking? The funnyman's latest entry in low brow, corporate sponsored hilarity, the dreadful "Jack & Jill" was his worst box office outing since "Little Nicky." With only $76 million worldwide, it's his first effort in eons...

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    First Look At Tyler Perry And Gabrielle Union In "Good Deeds"

    Nothing special (above)... posted earlier today on the film's Facebook page (HERE). I'm sure a few more will pop up shortly, with a trailer for the film in the next few weeks, given that it's scheduled to open fairly soon, February 2012, in what should be a big year for Tyler Perry,...

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    Lionsgate Vice Chairman Confirms 'Lincoln Lawyer' Sequel

    As the year comes to a close and we look back at the cinematic smorgasbord that 2011 was, it's easy to overlook movies as little and competent as "The Lincoln Lawyer," Lionsgate's adaptation of the best-selling Michael Connelly novel that starred Matthew McConaughey as a slippery L...

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