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Kristen Wiig May Join ‘Anchorman’ Sequel

Kristen Wiig May Join ‘Anchorman’ Sequel

| December 6, 2012

Via Rolling Stone Kristen Wiig might be joining the cast of Anchorman: The Legend Continues, a source close to the negotiations told The Wrap. Wiig would play opposite of Steve Carell as a love interest for the much-beloved doofus of a weatherman, Brick Tamland. Apart from the principal leads (including Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd and [...]

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Kissing Cousins: One’s President

| December 6, 2012

Via The New York Times Peering into famous bedrooms is a pastime of biographers and filmmakers alike, and this season offers several opportunities for the nosily inclined. Alfred Hitchcock, as well as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, have all recently received the keyhole treatment; even Abraham Lincoln helps loosen Mary’s corset in the otherwise buttoned-up [...]

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Film School Rejects: Disney Buying Lucasfilm Is the Best Lucasfilm News in 20 Years

Film School Rejects: Disney Buying Lucasfilm Is the Best Lucasfilm News in 20 Years

| November 5, 2012

Editorial via Film School Rejects A strange thing happened when it was announced that Disney had purchased Lucasfilm and was intent on continuing the Star Wars franchise: people forgot how shitty Lucasfilm has been. That’s the only explanation for many of the reactions. Our friends at /Film gathered up some celebrity Twitter responses that seemed [...]

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Exclusive ‘Twilight’ Clip: Bella gets tough in ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2

Exclusive ‘Twilight’ Clip: Bella gets tough in ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2

| October 25, 2012

From Yahoo Movies Bella is exercising her rights as a vampire in this new clip from “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2,” seen here first on Yahoo! Movies. And she’s giving Emmett, who is nearly double her size, a run for his money. As it turns out, Bella not only has extra powers [...]

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Upcoming Netflix Streaming Titles Include Goon, Extract And The Fifth Element

| May 16, 2012

Via Cinemablend Those looking to get the most out of their Netflix account will be pleased to know that the streaming video subscription service has a host of films scheduled to join their Watch Instantly selection in the coming weeks and months, in addition to a number of worthwhile films already available, including Groundhog Day [...]

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New Prometheus Viral Video Featuring Noomi Rapace

| May 16, 2012

Via Cinemablend I present the below video, a new viral video for Prometheus featuring Noomi Rapace, without comment. That’s because I refuse to watch it. I’m normally not one of those people who gets worried about trailers and featurettes spoiling movies for me, but the onslaught of information about Prometheus in the last few weeks, [...]

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James Badge Dale Joins Iron Man 3 Cast

James Badge Dale Joins Iron Man 3 Cast

| May 16, 2012

Via Comingsoon.com James Badge Dale (The Grey, Shame) has joined the cast of Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 3, reports Variety. The trade says: “Dale will play Eric Savin. In the Marvel comicbooks, he’s a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army put in charge of Project: Ultra. After stepping on a land mine, cybernetic surgery is [...]

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Vince Vaughn & Owen Wilson Crashing Offices Next in ‘The Internship’

Vince Vaughn & Owen Wilson Crashing Offices Next in ‘The Internship’

| April 16, 2012

From First Showing Let’s bring it in for the real thing. Again. After crashing weddings and sweeping Isla Fisher and Rachel McAdams off their feet in Wedding Crashers, the dynamic comedy duo of Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are back together for a new comedy. A short press release was sent our way today to [...]

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Avengers On Track To Open Even Bigger Than The Hunger Games

Avengers On Track To Open Even Bigger Than The Hunger Games

| April 16, 2012

From Cinemablend Remember when The Hunger Games blew everybody’s minds a few weeks ago by opening at $152.5 million and becoming the third-highest opening of all time? Turns out that might not even be the best opening weekend this year. The early tracking numbers are in for The Avengers, which opens May 4, and according [...]

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‘Hunger Games’ and ‘Bully’ create dilemma for parents

‘Hunger Games’ and ‘Bully’ create dilemma for parents

| March 22, 2012

The Washington Post brings up an interesting problem with two upcoming films – “The Hunger Games” and the documentary “Bully.” “Hunger Games” opens tomorrow and “Bully” opens in D.C. next month. Both films bring their own sets of baggage and their own strong fan bases. They also beg the question of whether the target audience [...]

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