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Warner Bros. Plans Remake of German Blockbuster 'Who Am I' Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to the German blockbuster Who Am I, which has earned more than 6 million Euros ($7.59 million US) since debuting in late September, for an American remake.Baran bo Odar directed the original German thriller, which centers on a young man (Tom Schilling) who gets drawn into a hacking organization. The plot begins with the man telling his story to Europol agents, which includes a crime spree that made him and his cohorts targets of the Russian mafia, who brutally kill three of the hackers in a hotel room.

Warner Bros. Plans Remake of German Blockbuster 'Who Am I' Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to the German blockbuster Who Am I, which has earned more than 6 million Euros ($7.59 million US) since debuting in late September, for an American remake.Baran bo Odar directed the original German thriller, which centers on a young man (Tom Schilling) who gets drawn into a hacking organization. The plot begins with the man telling his story to Europol agents, which includes a crime spree that made him and his cohorts targets of the Russian mafia, who brutally kill three of the hackers in a hotel room.

24th Annual Gotham Awards Nominations Announced Richard Linklater's critically-acclaimed Boyhood, IFC Films' second highest-grossing film of all times, leads the nominations for the 2014 Gotham Independent Film Awards, the winners of which will be announced on December 1 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. Boyhood received nominations for Best Feature, Best Actor for Ethan Hawke, Best Actress for Patricia Arquette and Breakthrough Actor for Ellar Coltrane.

Rocket & Gamora Concept Art For Marvel's GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Concept Art by Andy Park From Marvel, the studio that brought you the global blockbuster franchises of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers, comes a new team—the Guardians of the Galaxy. An action-packed, epic space adventure, Marvel's “Guardians of the Galaxy” expands the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the cosmos, where brash adventurer Peter Quill finds himself the object of an unrelenting bounty hunt after stealing a mysterious orb coveted by Ronan, a powerful villain with ambitions that threaten the entire universe.

The shocking opening to Guardians of the Galaxy 2 that you'll never see Despite BIG HERO 6 being released on November 7, Marvel movie news has died down for a bit (well, until that AGE OF ULTRON trailer hits . . . ). However, pre-production is underway for GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2 with the film already being written. At Variety‘s Entertainment & Technology Summit, writer/director James Gunn teased the audience with a few tidbits of information regarding the... Read More...

New GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Pic Features Some Aliens You Might Have Missed #gotgpicoftheday I felt for these background actors with masks shooting on the hottest days of the year in London. pic.twitter.com/zzrT9jyk2A — James Gunn (@JamesGunn) October 20, 2014 From Marvel, the studio that brought you the global blockbuster franchises of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers, comes a new team—the Guardians of the Galaxy.

The 1937 Movie More Cynical About Marriage Than ‘Gone Girl’ Columbia Pictures Gone Girl is a cynical movie. No doubt. It features two sociopaths working out their deeply troubled marital issues in the public eye with just the right amount of bloodshed. Yet in more than a few ways, it could be an unofficial remake of The Awful Truth, Leo McCarey’s 1937 screwball comedy where two assholes realize that they want to stay married. The movie opens with Jerry Warriner (Cary Grant, naturally) lying to his wife about a trip to Florida (complete with sunlamp sessions at the gym and fake letters).

Best and Worst of 'Fury': Logan Lerman, Shia Labeouf, the Horrors of War The Brad Pitt WWII tank drama "Fury" crashes into theaters this weekend, and HitFix has created a list of the best and worst of the film from director David Ayer ("End of Watch," "Sabotage").http://www.hitfix.com

Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: October 19th, 2014 Brad Pitt returned to the top spot at the box office, but the real story this weekend has to do with a former Batman. In at number 1 is Fury (read our review) with $23.5 million. Fury was a big hit with male audiences, especially those over 35, but it failed to make much of a splash with females. Clearly, the focus on action helped and hurt the film. Even so, Fury should have no problem holding well as the critical buzz and word of mouth continues to spread.

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