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    Watch: First Trailer For YA Adaptation 'The Giver' Starring Jeff Bridges & Meryl Streep

    Here we go again... While Jeff Bridges may have been on the ball with "The Giver," developing the adaptation of Lois Lowry’s award-winning book for well over a decade, the film is entering an arena littered with carcasses of similar, but failed efforts ("The Host," "Beautiful Creatures," "The Mortal...

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    First Look At Jeff Bridges In YA Adaptation 'The Giver'

    “The movie will not be an exact duplication of the book. It’s taking a lot of licenses,” Jeff Bridges told EW about his long, long in the works adaptation of Lois Lowry’s 1993 classic "The Giver" (the actor has been trying to get it made for over two decades). Set in a futuristic, dystopian world wh...

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    Ranked: Tom Clancy Movies, From Worst To Best

    Tom Clancy, who had written over a dozen best-selling spy novels (and co-written more than a dozen additional novels) and overseen a vast, hugely profitable videogame empire, has died today at the age of 66. For an author who was prolific, and whose works were so inherently cinematic, usually involv...

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    'Terminator 3' Director Jonathan Mostow Replaces Phillip Noyce For Sam Worthington Pic 'For the Dogs'

    While the "Terminator" franchise gets rebooted for an inevitable new trilogy, two leftovers from previous sequels are teaming up: director Jonathan Mostow from "Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines" and Sam Worthington from "Terminator Salvation."

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    Trailer Watch: Phillip Noyce's Malaria Drama 'Mary and Martha,' Starring Hilary Swank and Brenda Blethyn UPDATE

    UPDATE: A new teaser trailer has landed for Australian director Phillip Noyce's "Mary and Martha," starring Hilary Swank and Brenda Blethyn as mothers who form a bond over the loss of their sons to malaria. Watch below.

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    Watch: Teaser Trailer For Phillip Noyce's HBO Film 'Mary And Martha' Starring Hilary Swank & Brenda Blethyn

    Oh hey, Hilary Swank, remember her? The two-time Oscar winner, who hasn't really made a decent movie since "Million Dollar Baby" (though if we're being charitable, "Conviction" wasn't awful, just forgettable -- bet you didn't even remember that one) heads to HBO for her next effort, which looks like...

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    Watch: Hilary Swank and Brenda Blethyn Battle Malaria in the Trailer for HBO's 'Mary and Martha'

    HBO's original film "Mary and Martha," which will air on Saturday, April 20th, is directed by Phillip Noyce ("Salt") and written by Richard Curtis ("Love Actually") and stars Hilary Swank and Brenda Blethyn as a pair of women who lose their sons to malaria in Africa and who then team up to fight the...

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    Sam Worthington To Star In Philip Noyce-Directed, Oren Moverman-Penned Thriller 'For The Dogs'

    It's a peculiar day when a revenge flick comes down the pipeline and a grizzled older thespian unleashes in his genre, but in the case of Phillip Noyce's latest directorial effort, fresh-faced and Cameron-approved is the order of the day.

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    Phillip Noyce Eyes Directing 'The Giver' Starring Jeff Bridges

    Winning the Newberry Award in 1994, Lois Lowry's "The Giver" seems to have been in development nearly as long. The movie came close to being made a couple of times, once with "House of Sand and Fog" writer-director Vadim Perelman at the helm over at Fox, and then again at War...

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    The Joy of 'Revenge': Why ABC's Prime Time Soap Needn't Be a Guilty Pleasure

    Summer is over, at least in the Hamptons of "Revenge," which winterized its summer cottages and packed up for the end of its first season last night in a flurry of confrontations, last-minute betrayals and possible deaths. It was a immensely satisfying 22-episode run for the new series, wh...

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