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    Bret Easton Ellis Wrote A Movie About Students Held Hostage In Shark Infested Waters Called 'Bait'

    So Bret Easton Ellis, chronicler of all things unsavoury by people with easy access to drugs, sex and money ("American Psycho," "The Informers") has written a movie about students held hostage in shark infested water. It's called "Bait." Of course.

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    Universal To Relaunch 'Firestarter' Into New Franchise

    Apparently there is a franchise to be had out of the story about a little girl who can start fires with her mind.

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    'The Muppets' Now Called 'The Muppets Movie,' Release Date Bumped Up A Month To November 23, 2011

    Plus Release Dates (& Changes) For 'The Company Men,' 'Now' and 'Piranha 3DD'Lots of little changes this week for Jason Segel's "Muppets" movie starring himself, Amy Adams, Chris Cooper, Rashida Jones and a bevy of cameos including Zach Galiafinakis, Emily Blunt, Ricky Gervais, Jack Black, Alan Ark...

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    Hilary Swank Horror Flick 'The Resident' Pretty Much Going Straight To DVD

    It's been a hard fall for two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank. Ever since she took her second statue for Clint Eastwood's "Million Dollar Baby" way back in 2004, she's had a string of bad films, bad luck or both. Brian DePalma's "The Black Dahlia" had all the pieces of a great movie but was done in by the director pushing every facet of the production into hysterics. "Freedom Writers" was an ill-advised attempt to go into "Dangerous Minds" territory and while she scored a hit with the manipulative romantic dramedy "P.S. I Love You," the indie flick "Birds Of America" and horror fare "The Reaping" were non-starters. Even her big wide swings at ...

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    Stephen King Names 'Let Me In' The Best Movie Of 2010

    Geeks love to champion films but it seems that this year, they either stayed away or couldn't convince anyone other than their Internet friends to go to the movies. "Kick-Ass" and "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" failed to set the box office on fire, but perhaps most deserving of mainstream appreciatio...

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    Universal And Sony Find New Fall 2011 Dates For 'The Thing' And 'Moneyball'

    Running a studio is a lot like playing chess. You really have to know how to utilize your pieces and position them for success, but also be aware of what the opposition is up to. Sometimes you have to sacrifice a pawn in order to make a bigger score, and sometimes gambles don't pay off. As such, peo...

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    'Quarantine'/'Devil' Directors To Helm Pretty Racist-Sounding Cambodian Horror Movie 'The Coup'

    Horror directors John and Drew Dowdle are no strangers to controversy. They first came to the attention of the genre crowd back in 2007 with "The Poughkeepsie Tapes," a found-footage serial killer picture that went down so badly with a crowd of horror geeks at a now-legendary screening during Ain't ...

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    Eli Roth To Produce Two Horror Films 'Clown' & 'Aftershock'

    How do you make it to Hollywood? Apparently, all you have to do is produce a fake movie trailer that barely becomes an Internet meme and put Eli Roth's name on it.

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    The Inevitable 'Paranormal Activity 3' Will Hit Theaters On October 21, 2011

    With "Saw" presumably torturing its last victim this past Halloween, it looks like a new horror franchise is set to take over in delivering yearly scares with increasingly diminished returns.

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    Remake Of Irwin Allen Killer Bee Movie 'The Swarm' In The Works

    In the last week or so, there've been whispers of a project on tracking boards and in the likes of Production Weekly: a potential remake of Irwin Allen's 1978 disaster movie "The Swarm." Featuring an all-star cast including the likes of Michael Caine, Katharine Ross, Richard Chamberlain, Olivia de H...

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