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Luke Evans Still Attached To ‘The Crow’ Remake, Shooting To Start Next Year | Film News

  Back in 1994, Brandon Lee donned leather trousers and heavy, black eye-liner to play vengeful, once murdered man, who comes back to life to reek havoc on those who brutally killed him and his fiancee. The movie, directed by Alex Proyas, became a huge cult classic with a fiercely protective fan-base, especially since Lee tragically died of an accidental[…]

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Todd Solondz To Revisit ‘Welcome To The Dollhouse’ In New Semi-Sequel ‘Wiener-Dog’ | Film News

  It’s been nearly 20 years since Todd Solondz breakthrough film Welcome to The Dollhouse hit theaters and became a cult coming of age classic. Back in 1996, Solondz weaved a darkly funny but disturbingly heart-wrenching movie about an unpopular 7th grader, Dawn, who struggles to deal with her hideous siblings, emotionally abusive parents and tormenting kids at school. Dawn[…]

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Christian Bale Confirmed To Play Steve Jobs In Biopic | Film News

  Just last week, rumuors of Christian Bale playing Steve Jobs in Aaron Sorkin’s untitled Steve Jobs movie, directed by Danny Boyle and now it seems as if those rumuors are true! Sorkin has been talking to Bloomberg about the up and coming project; “We needed the best actor on the board in a certain age range and that’s Chris[…]

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‘Insidious: Chapter 3’ Poster and Teaser Trailer Revealed | Film News

  I’m frightened already so good luck with this new horrifying teaser for Insidious: Chapter 3. The release of the official trailer comes later today (October 23), so we’ve kindly been given this spooky preview. I’m not sure my nerves can take the full trailer though! The third installment of this twisted franchise is set as a prequel where Elise[…]

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Plans For New ‘John Carter’ Movie As Disney Loses Rights | Film News

  After spending so much time and money on making John Carter into a sci-fi family hit, Disney’s movie about intergalactic adventures flopped hard with both critics and audiences, so it’s no surprise that they’ve lost the film right to its original author Edgar Rice Burroughs. This is good news for fans of the original series because seriously, Disney did[…]

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