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    Watch: New Trailer For 'Now You See Me' Shows A Little More Of What It's Got Up Its Sleeve

    Up until now, "Now You See Me," the magician thriller by "Incredible Hulk" director Louis Leterrier, seemed like a potential sleeper hit. It's got a terrific cast (including Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson and Melanie Laurent), an intriguing premise (magicians rob banks and then distr...

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    Watch: Trailer For Magician Heist Movie 'Now You See Me,' With Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson & Mark Ruffalo

    Next summer is, as usual, going to be competitive; there's the usual mix of superhero sequels ("Iron Man 3," "The Wolverine"), animated sequels ("Monsters University,""Despicable Me 2"), R-rated comedy sequels ("The Hangover Part III") and just general sequels ("Star Trek Into Darkness," "Fast & Fur...

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    Louis Leterrier Lines Up Low Budget, Sci-Fi Flick

    With his starry, ensemble-driven magician heist flick "Now You See Me" due to release next spring, we're likely to start getting a taste of it soon. But in the meantime, director Louis Leterrier looks be eyeing what he'll get to next, and if it goes according to plan, he'll be dipping his toes in th...

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    First Look At Isla Fisher In Louis Leterrier's Magician-Heist Tale 'Now You See Me'

    Louis Leterrier, who broke out with Jason Statham on the first two "The Transporter" films, and went on to direct large scale blockbusters like "The Incredible Hulk" and "Clash Of The Titans," has shifted gears slightly for his next film, the magician-heist tale "N...

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    Melanie Laurent Confirmed For 'Now You See Me'; Jake Gyllenhaal Out, Jesse Eisenberg Stays In

    We definitely have a soft spot for Louis Leterrier, as far as action-led helmers go. Undeniably talented, he's more than proved his action chops on the first two "Transporter" films, and pulled off a solid superhero flick on "The Incredible Hulk." Unfortunately, his last film, "Clash of the Titans,"...

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    Louis Leterrier & Universal Team For Ambitious Sci-Fi Pic 'G'

    Director Louis Leterrier is kicking off the new year with a bang. Last week, the helmer signed on to direct the Summit thriller "Now You See Me" and now he's got another picture in the works.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Louis Leterrier To Direct High Concept Heist Pic 'Now You See Me'

    While he didn't land the gig directing the James Cameron produced 3D remake of "Fantastic Voyage" -- the job has gone to Shawn Levy -- Louis Leterrier hasn't wasted any time in finding another project, and it's a pretty intriguing high concept heist movie.

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    Exclusive: Louis Leterrier Talks 'Clash Of The Titans' Decisions & Its Poor 3D Choices

    You've probably read some quotes from Sam Worthington lately on his regrets about "Clash of the Titans" and its overall quality. The actor essentially apologized for the lack of it in the first film in a recent interview.

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    Exclusive: Louis Leterrier Reveals His Favorite Films, TV Shows, Comics & More Of 2010

    The end of 2010 is approaching fast and as prepare our year-end lists as well as look forward to the year ahead, we decided to get a different perspective on the past 12 months. With that in mind, we reached out to a handful of directors and actors to find out what resonated with them over the past ...

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    James Cameron Eyes Louis Leterrier To Direct 3D 'Fantastic Voyage'

    Guess James Cameron doesn't have that much of a problem with the wave of post-conversion 3D films that arrived post-"Avatar." It appears Cameron may have found the director for his 3D "Fantastic Voyage," and the winner, according to Deadline could be "Clash of the Titans" helmer Louis Leterrier.

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