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Kate Beckinsale Could Return to 'Underworld'

2:48 PM 10/13/2014 by Jeff Giles
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Given that Kate Beckinsale has already starred in four Underworld movies -- and that the series seemed to be moving on without her for next year's Beckinsale-free Underworld: Next Generation, starring Theo James -- it seemed somewhat safe to assume that she'd wedged herself into that black bodysuit for the final time.

Lea Seydoux Reportedly Cast as Femme Fatale in 'Bond 24' Bond 24 might have gotten its femme fatale. According to The Daily Mail, Blue Is The Warmest Color's actress Lea Seydoux has been given the role and "will undergo a series of costume, make-up and camera tests" to determine her look. read more

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Lea Seydoux Linked To Bond 24 Cherchez la femme fatale?Though no official confirmation has arrived from Team EON yet – they tend to wait until just before filming kicks off for such things – Baz Bamigboye is reporting that Lea Seydoux has been cast in the new Bond film in a role described as a “femme fatale”.Bamigboye (who has a solid track record with such reports) says that she’s signed on to the cast, which already includes returning core elements Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris, ready for a script read-through next month.

This week: Edge of Tomorrow gets another day; more sharks in tornados; and - holy hell, it's about time! - The Wonder Years. ► Really, the premise of the outstanding ‘Live, Die, Repeat’…er, EDGE OF TOMORROW is pretty much every video game that drove you nuts. You get killed, you see where you screwed up, and... Read More...

Sorry to burst your bubble, but filming a sex scene for a movie is one pretty awkward affair. You and someone you've started developing a decent work relationship with have to strip naked and pretend to get all hot and bothered while pressing your bodies against each other and heavily breathing in each other's faces. Even more awkward? How about the director shouting, "Great fucking!" Continue reading…

Miles Teller Details Fantastic Four Injury

2:43 PM 10/2/2014 by Fred Topel
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Miles Teller was at a press conference today for his new movie Whiplash, the Sundance, Cannes, TIFF and New York Film Festival hit. In the film, Teller plays a jazz drummer who endures physical and emotional trauma for his art. The film’s theme reminded him of an injury he sustained practicing his art, playing Reed Richards in the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. “When I was filming The Fantastic Four, I took a big chunk out of my finger,” Teller said.

Tommy Wirkola Abandons 'Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters' Sequel

1:47 PM 9/30/2014 by Jeff Giles
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In case any of you have been holding your breath for a Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters sequel, you might want to let it out and start pinning your hopes on something more reasonable. After hanging around waiting for Paramount and MGM to greenlight the follow-up -- and writing the script -- director Tommy Wirkola has decided to move on to other projects.

LONDON HAS FALLEN Gets New Director in Babak Najafi The Olympus Has Fallen sequel London Has Fallen now has a new director, and in the nick of time too.  Charlie Countryman helmer Fredrik Bond was previously set to direct after Olympus helmer Antoine Fuqua declined the opportunity over creative differences, but Bond subsequently left the project over a week ago when he felt the time crunch was just too intense.  Millennium and star Gerard Butler began scrambling to find a replacement with production set to begin next month, but when Butler wasn’t liking many of the choices, he started considering leaving the project altogether.  That won’t be h

Check out the posters for all of the sequels to 22 Jump Street Arguably the funniest moment of 22 JUMP STREET came during the closing credits, and those of you who have seen the movie might appreciate this more than those who haven’t. I enjoyed the movie a lot; it was certainly more satirical this time around taking aim at sequels. Perhaps my only complaint about the movie was the repetition of some of the jokes. The final moments however redeemed all of that when we were... Read More...

Check out the posters for all of the sequels to 22 Jump Street Arguably the funniest moment of 22 JUMP STREET came during the closing credits, and those of you who have seen the movie might appreciate this more than those who haven’t. I enjoyed the movie a lot; it was certainly more satirical this time around taking aim at sequels. Perhaps my only complaint about the movie was the repetition of some of the jokes. The final moments however redeemed all of that when we were... Read More...

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