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    Craig Nails Down Girl with Dragon Tattoo and Sequels

    As I watched Daniel Craig at Comic-Con and the footage from Jon Favreau's Cowboys and Aliens, I crossed my fingers that he would play Mikael Blomqvist in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. And sure enough, Deadline reports that the deal is done.

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    Comic-Con: Stabbing Over Seat Delays Universal Hall H Panel, Cowboys & Aliens

    There were many delays in Hall H Saturday. One of them came around 4:45 PM when one over-wrought attendee stabbed another in the face, causing what the cops called a minor injury. Here's Variety's report. Six thousand movie fans stood in long lines to get into the packed Hall for the Warner Bros. pa...

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    Scott Pilgrim Rules the Con: Wright Talks

    The big question for Universal--which has certainly reached fans of Eisner-award-winning Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World comics with its multiple promo activities at Comic-Con this weekend-- is whether this movie will cross over to a wider audience.

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    Fifth Dragon Tattoo Actress is Seydoux; Fincher Goes Goony at Con

    The mystery French actress who is one of the five contenders for the role of Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is rising starlet Lea Seydoux. European is good--she may be more fearless about showing her body.

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    Indies at Comic-Con: Eisner's A Contract with God

    At Comic-Con's Eisner Awards Friday night, writer-producer Darren Dean announced that he is adapting Will Eisner's graphic novel A Contract with God into an omnibus movie to be directed by four rising indie directors: San Francisco's Barry Jenkins (Medicine for Melancholy), New Yorkers Tze Chun (Chi...

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    Comic-Con: Video and Art Round Up, Del Toro's Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

    Check out some of new trailers and teaser clips revealed at the Con. Here's a compilation of visuals for Tron: Legacy, Megamind, RED, Haunted Mansion, and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Johnnie Depp made an amusing video appearance at the Disney panel Thursday, promoing the 3-D pursuit...

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    Comic-Con: Guillermo Del Toro Takes on Disney's Haunted Mansion

    While we all may still be trying to forget the Eddie Murphy movie version of Disneyland's The Haunted Mansion--Guillermo del Toro admits that he will not take his call--Disney has signed on Del Toro to develop a live-action 3-D version of the classic E-ride, which the director insists he has visited...

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    Will Overture Release Let Me In?

    Overture is going down to Comic-Con to promote the vampire remake Let Me In, the one title the distrib has coming up that might have a chance at making some money. Word is the Matt Reeve picture starring Kodi Smit-McPhee and Chloe Moretz is very good, but tricky to make work at the current indie box...

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    Comic-Con Preview: EW Reveals Reynolds as Green Lantern

    Saturday at Comic-Con in San Diego, we'll see for ourselves what Warner Bros. wants to show of Ryan Reynolds as The Green Lantern. Until then, we'll have to settle for EW's cover story. Apparently, the suit is strictly CG. By the way, of all the actors who work out like mad, Reynolds is one guy who ...

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    WonderCon Sneak Peeks Inception, Sorcerer's Apprentice, Toy Story 3, Prince of Persia

    This weekend, San Francisco played host to a big multi-studio fan press junket at WonderCon, a pint-sized adjunct to July's giant ComicCon in San Diego. Disney imported producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Nic Cage and Jake Gyllenhaal and screened footage from Sorcerer's Apprentice, Prince of Persia: The San...

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