Archive | August, 2010

Poster: ‘Burlesque’

Multiple Grammy award-winning songstress Christina Aguilera will make her big screen debut this Thanksgiving alongside the legendary Cher, and the promotional train has officially left the station. Here’s an exclusive poster from Cinematical, which bills both actresses on a first name basis, which of course is the norm for Cher.   The film also stars […]

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Columbia launches official website for ‘The Social Network’

With only one month to go until it’s release, Columbia has launched the official website for  David Fincher’s  ‘The Social Network.’ The freshly pressed site features tons of stills, video, character descriptions and the possible score from Trent Reznor. At least that’s what the haunting background music displayed on the site sounds like. Head over […]

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Weekend Box Office: August 27-29, 2010

Happy Monday Night everyone! It’s been quite the day, but there’s a bunch of news to cover so let’s get started with the most important bit— the Weekend Box Office! 1. Takers 2. The Last Excorcism 3.  The Expendables 4. Eat Pray Love 5. The Other Guys 6. Vampires Suck 7. Inception 8. Nanny McPhee […]

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Jeremy Renner in talks to star in ‘Mission Impossible IV’

As if Hawkeye wasn’t enough, Academy Award nominee Jeremy Renner is now setting his sights on Mission Impossible IV. According to various sources, who also reported that Renner’s ‘The Hurt Locker’ co-star  Anthony Mackie  was in the running for a supporting role in MI4, Renner is currently in negotiations  to star alongside Tom Cruise in […]

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Blurb: Magnolia picks up ‘All Good Things’

Eamonn Bowles of Magnolia Pictures has secured the U.S. rights for ‘All Good Things.’  Directed by Andrew Jarecki, ‘ All Good Things’  is  a murder mystery based on most infamous unsolved murder  in New York City. The film stars Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst and Frank Langella, and will land in theaters in December. Just in […]

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Angelina Jolie adds writer/director to her resume

Six kids, a busy work schedule  and one half of one of the most sought after couples in Hollywood– you’d think Angelina Jolie was superwoman and with her latest career decision, you’d probably be right. According to various sources, Jolie is prepared to get behind the lens for a film about a Bosnian woman who […]

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First Look: ‘127 Hours’

Here’s the first look at ‘127 Hours’, Academy Award winner Danny Boyle’s follow-up to his 2008 hit ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’ Written by Boyle and Simon Beaufoy, ‘127 Hours’ stars James Franco, Kate Mara and Amber Tamblyn, and will receive a limited release on November 5.

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Fox sets their sights on Adrien Brody & Jonathan Rhys Meyers for ‘Fantastic Four’ re-boot

Word around town is that Fox is planning a ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot. Why? To torture the masses, obviously. According to Screen Rant, Fox is eyeing both Oscar winner Adrien Brody and Jonathan Rhys Meyers for Mr. Fantastic. Brody, who won his Oscar in 2003 for his role in ‘The Pianist’, has proven that he’s game […]

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Carey Mulligan to join Ryan Gosling in ‘Drive’

Academy Award nominee Carey Mulligan is currently in talks to star alongside Ryan Gosling in the Universal action thriller, ‘Drive’. Based on the novel by James Sallis, Gosling will portray a Hollywood stuntman by day who doubles as a getaway driver for robberies by night. When a bank job goes haywire, Gosling is forced to […]

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Weekend Box Office: August 20-22, 2010

The summer ‘blockbuster’ —used very lightly— season came to an abysmal close this weekend, as the five new releases failed to make any type of impact.  Actually, judging by the numbers it was a piss poor box office all around. Blame it on back to school shopping… 1. The Expendables 2. Vampires Suck 3. Eat […]

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