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Brendan Fraser to Play William Tell in 3D

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May 5, 2011
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The upcoming family action film William Tell: 3D, will see Brendan Fraser play the title character. Til Schweiger is set to play a feared local dignitary, Hermann Gessler. Anna Paquin is in discussions to play the role of Tell’s wife. William Tell was a 14th century marksman and folk hero in Switzerland. After refusing...
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Bill Murray to Play FDR

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May 5, 2011
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It’s just been confirmed that Bill Murray will play the role of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the upcoming historical drama called, Hyde Park On Hudson. The film, based on a British radio play, is set in the summer of 1939. The original play was written by Richard Nelson and centers on a weekend visit by...
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Brad Pitt’s ‘Cogan’s Trade’ is in the Can

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May 5, 2011
Brad Pitt

The shooting of Pitt’s latest movie, Cogan’s Trade, has just been completed in New Orleans. The film marks the second reunion between Pitt and director Andrew Dominik. They first worked together on The Assassination of Jesse James (2007). The film is set for a March 2012 release with the domestic rights of the project...
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Movie Poster of the Week: The Thing With Two Heads

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April 28, 2011
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In some rooms men meet together to change the world. In others, they meet to produce some of the most gloriously awful B-Movie ideas of all time. With a concept to rival that of Surf Nazis Must Die! (1987) comes The Thing With Two Heads (1972). The film is a relatively simple idea that is easily...
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Charlie Sheen Releases New iPhone App: ‘The Masheen’

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April 22, 2011
Charlie Sheen Releases New iPhone App: ‘The Masheen’

Controversial actor Charlie Sheen released his own mobile app today called “The Masheen.” The new app is now available not only for Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone and iPod Touch mobile devices, but also for the company’s popular iPad tablet computer as well. Although not available yet, an Android compatible version of the application is in...
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Dogtooth: A Review

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April 22, 2011
Dogtooth: A Review

By Larry McCloskey Dogtooth is a modern nightmare basked in glorious Greek sunshine. It stealthily slid its way out of the independent cinemas last year and onto DVD. It also found itself nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film at this year’s Oscars. The story is relatively uncomplicated. A pair of controlling parents isolates their children...
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Charlie Sheen’s High-Speed Police Escort Under Investigation

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April 22, 2011
Charlie Sheen’s High-Speed Police Escort Under Investigation

Charlie Sheen wins again! The Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department were certainly helping the controversial actor to win last Tuesday night, April 19th, by providing Sheen with a high speed escort from Dulles International Airport to downtown Washington to help him get to his scheduled performance at the DAR Constitution Hall on time. Sheen was running...
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Source Code: A Review

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April 20, 2011
Source Code: A Review

By Larry McCloskey It has become all too popular in the last year to describe any action film with an ounce of intelligence as “Inception meets “. The quote is then plastered all over the poster of said film and the studio reaps the financial benefits of a misled audience. Luckily, the Source...
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Actors Against Gravity: No Reservations

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April 19, 2011
Actors Against Gravity: No Reservations

Full marks to Catherine Zeta-Jones for overcoming the stigma that surrounds mental illness and announcing that she had been receiving treatment for bipolar disorder. Sadly her one time co-star Aaron Eckhart chooses to suffer in silence. The list of actors suffering from the Earth’s gravity continues to grow. The condition first diagnosed in Matthew...
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Charlie Sheen Bipolar Fundraiser Surprises Organization

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April 16, 2011
Charlie Sheen Bipolar Fundraiser Surprises Organization

By Demian Russian When actor Charlie Sheen suddenly announced a fundraising walk to raise money for the Calgary, Canada-based Organization for Bipolar Affective Disorders (OBAD) on Friday, the bipolar organization was surprised and didn’t know what to anticipate, but was happy to accept any money raised. “We didn’t know it was coming, and we have no...
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Nicolas Cage Arrested in New Orleans

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April 16, 2011
Nicolas Cage Arrested in New Orleans

By Demian Russian Actor Nicolas Cage was arrested in New Orleans Friday night at approximately 11:30 pm. According to New Orleans Police spokesman Garry Flot, the film star was booked on suspicion of domestic abuse battery, public drunkenness and disturbing the peace. According to the New Orleans police official written statement, Cage was first discovered arguing with...
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Matthew Leitch: The Man With The Recurring Face

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April 14, 2011
Matthew Leitch: The Man With The Recurring Face

By Larry McCloskey Have you seen this man? Chances are you probably have even if you haven’t been looking for him. That would be because over the past 10 years he has worked alongside Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Ron Livingston and Wesley Snipes. His screen credits include The Dark Knight and Band of Brothers but...
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Director Sidney Lumet Dies at Age 86

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April 9, 2011
Director Sidney Lumet Dies at Age 86

Award winning director Sidney Lumet dies at his New York home at the age of 86. Among his big screen triumphs were such titles as Serpico (1973), 12 Angry Men (1957), and Network (1976). His death was today announced by Marc Kutnetz, the husband of Lumet’s stepdaughter, Leslie Gimbel. Kutnetz said he’d died in...
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