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J.J. Abrams set to direct “Star Wars: Episode VII”

J.J. Abrams set to direct "Star Wars: Episode VII"

After months of speculation, it appears that Lucasfilm and Disney have decided on a director for the next entry into the blockbuster Star Wars franchise. The Wrap is reporting exclusively that J.J. Abrams (Star Trek Into Darkness) has been chosen to direct Star Wars: Episode VII.  This is welcomed news as Abrams has certainly shown that he understands genre filmmaking and particularly science fiction. Star Wars: Episode VII, which is slated for release in 2015, will be penned by Academy...

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Zack Snyder developing a new “Star Wars” spin-off

Zack Snyder developing a new "Star Wars" spin-off

When it comes to surprise stories, this is definitely a huge one! Zack Snyder (Man of Steel) was rumored to be one of the directors in line for Disney‘s new Star Wars trilogy. He, however, had no interest in taking over the reigns for the new trilogy, and it now appears we know the likely reason why. Snyder is reportedly developing a new Star Wars film, separate from the new trilogy, which will be be loosely based on Akira Kurosawa‘s classic film Seven Samurai. Though details are...

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Christopher Nolan in talks to direct “Interstellar”

Christopher Nolan in talks to direct "Interstellar"

After completing the Batman trilogy, there has been much speculation as to what project Christopher Nolan would take on next. It seems we now have the answer. Rumor has it that Nolan is looking to come aboard a joint Paramount and Warner Brothers feature called Interstellar. The story is about explorers going through a wormhole and experiencing time travel and alternate dimensions. The concept is based on theories by physicist Kip Throne. The script is written by Nolan’s long time...

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Josh Brolin will replace Clive Owen in “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For”

Josh Brolin will replace Clive Owen in "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For"

Dimension Films has announced more casting news for their upcoming sequel to Sin City, titled Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Josh Brolin (Gangster Squad) has been cast as Dwight, he will be taking over the character which was played by Clive Owen in the first film. This is welcome news as rumors suggested that Brolin was in talks for the role, but nothing was certain. The addition of Brolin adds even more to the buzz surrounding the film and its incredible cast which includes Mickey...

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Frank Darabont to rewrite “Godzilla”

Frank Darabont to rewrite "Godzilla"

Legendary Pictures has brought on Frank Darabont (The Walking Dead) to rewrite the final script for their upcoming take on the monster movie classic, Godzilla. Darabont will be rewriting the script originally penned by David S. Goyer and then re-written by Max Borenstein. I believe this is excellent news as Darabont has a great track record within the disaster/horror genre and will certainly bring some of his keen eye to this massively anticipated film. There does seem to be a snafu going on...

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt lands role in “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For”

Joseph Gordon-Levitt lands role in "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For"

Dimension Films has announced today that Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Looper) will be joining the already star-studded cast of the Sin City sequel, titled Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Levitt will play Johnny, a gambler with a dark motive. The character is a new addition and one that does not appear in the graphic novels. The director of the film, Robert Rodriguez (Machete), and the creator of the graphic novels, Frank Miller, had this to say about the character and Levitt: “Johnny is a new...

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Marvel announces release date for Edgar Wright’s “Ant-Man”

Marvel announces release date for Edgar Wright's "Ant-Man"

Earlier this year at San Diego Comic Con, we saw writer-director Edgar Wright (Scott Pilgrim vs the World) unveil test footage of his Ant-Man project. The footage displayed a modern, less cartoonish version of the ant suit. The footage also showed off Wright’s vision of Ant-Man’s power including super-strength and the ability to change size. The footage was Marvel‘s big surprise at SDCC 2012 and it really stirred things up in the film world. Would Ant-Man be a part of...

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Aaron Paul in the driver’s seat for Dreamworks’ “Need For Speed”

Aaron Paul in the driver's seat for Dreamworks' "Need For Speed"

Remember how last month I was saying that opportunities were bound to line up at Aaron Paul‘s door? Well, such an opportunity has opened up as he has been tapped to headline Dreamworks‘ adaptation of the high-octane Need For Speed video-game franchise. Paul’s time on what many people consider to be the greatest television show of all time Breaking Bad, requires that Dreamworks step up their game when it comes to the script and direction. With Scott Waugh (Act of Valor)...

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Michelle Williams moving into leading role for “Suite Francaise”

Michelle Williams moving into leading role for "Suite Francaise"

  One of the most prominent leading actresses in independent film,  Michelle Williams (My Week With Marilyn), appears to be closing in on a new project titled Suite Francaise. The film, written by Saul Dibb (The Duchess), tells the story of a French woman’s romantic entanglement with a German soldier during Germany’s occupation of France in World War II in which Williams would star as Lucille, the main character of the film. Williams will find herself working with familiar...

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“Gears of War” adaptation seeking new studio

"Gears of War" adaptation seeking new studio

It seems like new life is being breathed into the film adaptation of Gears of War. The film, which will be based on Microsoft’s extremely popular video game franchise, was under development at New Line until  Peter Jackson’s adaptation of  The Hobbit was turned into a trilogy. The studio is now focusing it’s attention away from Gears of War and onto the remaining films of The Hobbit. This has lead Creative Arts Agency, who represents the game studio Epic Games and the...

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