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    Abandoned, Enslaved, Destined: Watch The New Trailer For Keanu Reeves' '47 Ronin'

    As "World War Z" proved this summer, a blockbuster movie going through numerous delays and production woes doesn't automatically add up to a box office bomb. In fact, the zombie thriller was one of Brad Pitt's most successful films of his career, and for audiences at large, the bad blogosphere buzz ...

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    Keanu Times Two: New Trailers For 'Man Of Tai Chi' & '47 Ronin'

    If you like Keanu Reeves, and more crucially, you like watching Keanu Reeves fight, then the next few months are going to be a good time for you. The actor and now actor-turned-director, has two movies on the way, that will both feature him kicking various kinds of butt, both as a good and bad guy.

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    Watch: Japanese Trailer For Keanu Reeves Samurai Action Flick '47 Ronin' Plus New Poster

    Whoa! The long delayed, production troubled "47 Ronin" is actually getting released, and the big question is whether or not it can rebound from its not so pleasant past to pull a "World War Z" and land on its feet. It arguably has a harder hill to climb, lacking a Brad Pitt-esque lead (though Keanu ...

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    Watch: Trailer Finally Arrives For Keanu Reeves' Troubled & Long Delayed '47 Ronin'

    So just how long has the Keanu Reeves-starring "47 Ronin" been kicking around? It was originally slated to open last November, before going through a couple more release date bumps, before finally landing on Christmas Day this year. Reports of re-shoots, story changes and more dogged the project, wi...

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    Joe Carnahan Comments On '47 Ronin,' Says $200 Million Budget Put Unfair Pressure On Carl Rinsch

    No matter what you think of his movies, there aren't many people who give it to you as straight and unfiltered as Joe Carnahan. He's already shared his pitch reels for "Daredevil" and "Gemini Man," and he's frequently on Twitter sharing his thoughts on almost anything...

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    The Delayed Films Of 2013: Why They Were Pushed Back & Which Ones Will You Be Seeing?

    This Friday sees the release of "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters "starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as the fairy tale brother/sister duo. The film shot in March 2011 (before Renner filmed either "The Avengers" or "The Bourne Legacy"), and was originally set to be released in March 2012, befor...

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    Atticus Ross Out, Javier Navarette In To Score '47 Ronin'

    If things had gone according to plan, Keanu Reeves' "47 Ronin" would already be in theaters. But a troubled production has seen the movie's release date get bumped twice, as reshoots took place and the studio got involved with the editing process. Not always a good sign. And t...

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    Carl Rinsch Hasn't Been Kicked Off '47 Ronin,' Still Working With The Studio To Edit The Film

    "I hate how difficulties in the process of putting together big-budget movies has been turned into bloodsport reporting, particularly when it is sort of accurate but exaggerated," Deadline wrote today with a pretty amazing lack of self-awareness. And while the actual truth of what is going on behind...

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    Universal Takes Over Editing '47 Ronin' As Director Carl Erik Rinsch Removed; Studio Adds Love Scene, Dialogue & More

    Jay-Z may have 99 problems, but you can bet he's glad "47 Ronin" ain't one. Universal's big budget samurai flick starring Keanu Reeves, Rinko Kikuchi and rounded out with a mostly Japanese cast has seen its problems displayed through ever changing release dates. Originally slat...

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    Studios Rethink Tentpole Strategy Amid Reshoots and Postponements, from 'World War Z' to '47 Ronin'

    Is Hollywood ready to change its tentpole strategy? I'm hearing that yes, studio heads are realizing that placing too many big bets on too few potential tentpoles--which when they work, do return the most money--is a foolish strategy. The conventional wisdom was always that you spread your risk over...

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