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    Steven Soderbergh Revives 1970 Rarity ‘End of the Road’ Co-Written By Terry Southern: 'That’s What Independent Film Should Feel Like'

    Like the carefree spirit of the late 1960s, the independent film “End of the Road,” produced and co-written by Terry Southern, didn't last long in a hardened new era. But thanks to one of modern cinema’s most influential filmmakers, this controversial “lost” movie f...

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    '300: Battle Of Artemisia' Gets Blander New Title '300: Rise Of An Empire'

    While for some, any decision that pits art against commerce might seem like a vexing one, for studio executives, the bottom line is usually the rule of law. Just yesterday it was revealed that Warner Bros. was strong-arming Guillermo Del Toro into converting his upcoming "Pacific Rim" into...

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    Guillermo Del Toro Agrees (Reluctantly?) To Convert 'Pacific Rim' Into 3D

    3D might have lost some of its luster since the glory days of "Avatar" all the way back in 2009 -- films like "Ice Age: Continental Drift" and "The Amazing Spider-Man" made the bulk of their money in 2D, domestically at least -- but it's still a profitable money spinner domestically. Worst case scen...

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    This Surely Won't Cause Controversy: WB Picks Up 'Gladiator'-Esque 'Pontius Pilate'

    Have you been dreaming about a movie that will follow the life and political intrigue of Pontius Pilate, the man who reluctantly sent Jesus Christ to the crucifix? Well, today is your lucky day! It seems the minds over at Warner Bros. think a movie about him is a better idea than making "The Da...

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    Warner Bros. Passes On Ron Howard's 'The Dark Tower' & 'The Imitation Game'

    It's back to square one for Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's ambitious adaptation of "The Dark Tower." Even with Russell Crowe eyeing to take over the lead, and a reduced budget, it seems it wasn't enough for Warner Bros. to pull the trigger on the project, leaving the future of i...

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    In the Works: 'Magnificent Seven' Remake Names a Writer, Penn's 'Crazy for the Storm' & Ronan for 'Mary Queen of Scots'

    -Saoirse Ronan is attached to play the ill-fated title role in "Mary Queen of Scots." Working Title is producing, with a script by Michael Hirst. Eighteen-year old Ronan may seem young to play a queen, but Mary was named Queen of Scotland when she was six days old...

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    'The Hobbit' Takes the Safe Route: 24 FPS Goes Wide, 48 FPS Goes Limited

    Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" was supposed to lead the 48 fps revolution in the film industry, but now it looks like its debut will be more whimper than bang. After the film's 48 fps footage received mixed reactions at CinemaCon, and the filmmaker took the safe route at Comic-C...

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    Trailer Watch: 'Trouble with the Curve' Shows Off Eastwood's Comedic Chops -- His Last Starring Role?

    Check out the new trailer for Clint Eastwood-starrer "Trouble with the Curve," about an aging Atlanta Braves scout (Eastwood), who despite his failing eyesight remains determined to take one last recruiting trip. Eastwood's longtime producing partner, Robert Lorenz, directs.

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    48fps Version Of 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' Will Only Play In Limited Release

    With all the talk of the recently announced third film (“The Hobbit: Tokyo Drift,” anyone?), the earlier hoopla over intended framerate of Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" films has fallen to the wayside. In case you forgot, the director showcased some footage from “The H...

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    Self-Published Teen Romance Novel 'Beautiful Disaster' Heads to Warner Bros.

    Author Jamie McGuire's self-published novel "Beautiful Disaster" is getting the big screen treatment through Warner Bros. The studio picked up the rights to the novel, which centers on Abby Abernathy, a girl with a dark past who tries to reinvent herself in college. Her plan go awry.

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