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Neil Patrick Harris to Host the Oscars (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com – Neil Patrick Harris will host this year’s Oscars on Feb. 22, Variety has learned. Harris has performed on the Academy Awards show, but this will be his first time as host. Harris has hosted the Tony Awards in past years and Emmy this year, so with Oscar, he is apparently going for the EGOT sweep... 1 week 7 hours ago via jackiechan
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What's Driving Sony's Script Shopping Spree

feedproxy.google.com – The studio has spent, by some accounts, more than $4 million in the past month on written material 1 week 7 hours ago via theothersenhman
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Filming Begins on Richard Linklater’s THAT’S WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT; Logo Revealed

collider.com – As Richard Linklater’s groundbreaking Boyhood looks poised to be a serious awards contender this year, the director has already started production on his next film. That’s What I’m Talking About is Linklater’s long-developed “spiritual sequel” to Dazed and Confused, which takes place over the course of a single weekend in the 1980s and revolves around a college freshman and pitcher for the baseball team. 1 week 7 hours ago via donnieyen
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GREEN LANTERN Reboot Set for 2020; Where Will Warner Bros. Take the Character?

collider.com – Today, Warner Bros. announced a huge slate of DC superhero movies, and among them was a reboot of Green Lantern set for 2020. The 2010 adaptation was a failure, and one that Warner Bros. would clearly like to forget. It was an opportunity to not only launch a new franchise, but also stand apart from anything else in the superhero marketplace by introducing cosmic elements.

1 week 8 hours ago via theothersenhman
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Poltergeist Remake Haunts the MPAA

dreadcentral.com – We told you earlier that Fox has locked in a July 24, 2015, release date for the remake of the classic flick Poltergeist, but before it gets to us, the film will have to face a force greater than either Reverend Kane or Tangina Barrons… the MPAA! That being said, the film has scored a rating; read on for the details.

1 week 8 hours ago via theothersenhman
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Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs Biopic Boots Up With Christian Bale In The Lead Role

fb.indiewire.com – David Fincher wanted himback when the "Gone Girl" director was circling the film, and Christian Bale's name turned up again recently in reports that he was being eyed along withMatt Damon, Ben Affleck,andBradley Cooperfor the lead in Danny Boyle's upcomingSteve Jobs biopic. And now it looks like the gig is his.

1 week 8 hours ago via jetli
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Jason Momoa *Is* Aquaman And Green Lantern *Will* Be A Reboot

bleedingcool.com – From Ben Fritz of the Wall Street Journal… shame they couldn’t do all this at NYCC. 2018 DC Movies: The Flash starring Ezra Miller and Aquaman starring Jason Momoa — Ben Fritz (@benfritz) October 15, 2014 2019 DC Movies: Shazam (with Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam) and Justice League 2 — Ben Fritz (@benfritz) October 15, 2014 Other DC movies in the works: 1 week 10 hours ago via theothersenhman
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David Ayer To Direct Gritty SUICIDE SQUAD Movie

feedproxy.google.com – The first post-Batman v SupermanDC movie will bring on the bad guys. 1 week 10 hours ago via jackiechan
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Zack Snyder Set to Direct JUSTICE LEAGUE PART ONE and JUSTICE LEAGUE PART TWO; Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Amy Adams Locked to Return for PART ONE

collider.com – The Warner Bros. and DC news continues to pour in. We just found out that Justice League will make its way into theaters in 2017 and that Justice League 2 will follow it up in 2019, but DC Entertainment just sent out an official press release with more information on the films. 1 week 11 hours ago via donnieyen
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Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange’ Actor Shortlist Revealed

screenrant.com – As a studio built on relentless franchising, Marvel gets a lot of things right over its competitors, but the studio’s greatest claim to fame may be its knack for casting. Think all the way back to 2008, when Iron Man premiered and Robert Downey Jr. revealed himself as the living embodiment of Tony Stark in all his charming, narcissistic glory; alternately, take a rear view glance at Captain America: 1 week 11 hours ago via theothersenhman
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Alison Thompson: Sales are tougher than ever

screendaily.com – During her keynote at Film London’s Production Finance Market, Alison Thompson remarks on the glut of films made today, but also sees some bright spots like the arrival of Netflix. 1 week 11 hours ago via donnieyen
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Warner Bros. Announces Movie Expansion with Lego, J.K. Rowling, DC Comics Films

thewrap.com – Warner Bros. unveiled its movie and television strategy Wednesday paced by three Lego films, three movies based on J.K. Rowling wizard stories and 10 DC Entertainment-branded projects. Here's the annnouncement: Today at a Time Warner investors meeting, Warner Bros.’ Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara outlined an aggressive content strategy for the Studio aimed at increasing profits while “doubling down on outstanding content, working with the best talent and maintaining the culture that makes Warner Bros. 1 week 11 hours ago via theothersenhman
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Wonder Woman and more Justice League films officially slated from now until 2020

hitfix.com – Warner Brothers just made their comic book movie plans pretty clear from now until 2019 or so. Hear what they had to say. 1 week 11 hours ago via brucelee
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'Paddington' & 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' No Longer Hit on Christmas

feedproxy.google.com – Following 20th Century Fox's release date shifts that bumped up Independence Day 2 a week earlier in the summer of 2016 and pushed Hitman: Agent 47 back six months in 2015, it looks like The Weinstein Company and Paramount Pictures have made some calendar changes too. First up, THR has word that Paddington has vacated its original Christmas Day release this winter and has opted to arrive on January 16th, 2015 instead. 1 week 11 hours ago via brucelee
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Warner Bros. Reveals DC Movie Release Dates: SUICIDE SQUAD Coming After BVS Followed by WONDER WOMAN in 2017, THE FLASH and AQUAMAN in 2018, and More

collider.com – Warner Bros. has just revealed essentially its entire slate of upcoming DC Movie release dates. We’ll have much more info soon, but here’s a brief overview: Suicide Squad will be the first DC movie after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, presumably coming in 2016. Wonder Woman and Justice League will be released in 2017.

1 week 11 hours ago via brucelee
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