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Gillian Flynn Teaming With Steve McQueen for Heist Thriller Following the great success of Gone Girl, writer Gillian Flynn is joining forces with another big-name director. Flynn has been set to work with 12 Years a Slave helmer Steve McQueen for an untitled heist thriller, which he will also direct. More on the Gillian Flynn Steve McQueen project after the jump.  Deadline reports Flynn and McQueen will co-write the script. The untitled pic is based on the 2002 British miniseries Widows, created by Lynda La Plante (Prime Suspect). The story centered on the wives of a group of armed robbers.

Last summer, The Maze Runner, an adaptation of James Dashner's dystopian young-adult sci-fi series of the same name, managed to turn a modest budget of $34 million into a surprise hit with a total gross of over $340 million. The film was received well by fans and critics alike and was quickly greenlit for a sequel, The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials. Not too long ago, Entertainment Weekly & People both released three stills each giving us our first look at the film.

'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Will Not Include Ronan, But He Might Return Someday Lee Pace recently expressed interest in reprising his villainous role of Ronan the Accuser in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2,’ which might not be very easy, given the events of the first film. And while anything is possible in the realm of superhero films, director James Gunn says Ronan will not be coming back for round 2—though he doesn’t rule out the possibility of Ronan’s revival at some point. Continue reading…

New Extended Promo For ARROW Season 3 Episode 11: "Midnight City" SUIT UP - Arsenal (Colton Haynes) and Diggle (David Ramsey) confront Laurel (Katie Cassidy) about trying to step into her sister's shoes and warn her to stop before she gets herself killed. However, when Brick (guest star Vinnie Jones) kidnaps the city's Aldermen and threatens to kill them all unless the police evacuate The Glades, it's all suits on deck. Meanwhile, Ray (Brandon Routh) steps in to help Lance (Paul Blackthorne) and the police force fight Brick, showing Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) a new side of her boss.

This Week in Blu-ray / DVD Releases: Lucy, Annabelle, The Boxtrolls This week: Girls night out with Lucy and Annabelle; Oscar-nominated The Boxtrolls; and for his last movie, James Gandolfini goes back to the mob in The Drop. ► Before she gets into her Black Widow tights again, Scarlett Johansson plays a different type of superhero in Luc Besson’s mindbending LUCY. Forced into being a drug mule, she’s kicked in... Read More...

'Guardians of the Galaxy' Soundtrack Goes Platinum Marvel Music and Hollywood Records' Grammy-nominated "Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix Vol. 1" soundtrack has been certified Platinum by the R.I.A.A., selling over 1,000,000 copies. The album was one of only two albums released in 2014 to go platinum. The album was No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in its second and third weeks of release, for the weeks ending Aug. 10 and Aug. 17. The album also peaked at No.

It’s a Gone Girl kind of day. There’s talk of a sequel, the cast and crew are reuniting for another movie and the Blu-ray just hit shelves. Screen Junkies has jumped into the mix too, with a Gone Girl Honest Trailer, jokingly calling the film the best Lifetime movie ever made. David Fincher fans are going to have fun with this one. Check out the Gone Girl Honest Trailer below. Thanks to ScreenJunkets and beware.

American Sniper, Boyhood Among DGA Nominees The Director's Guild of America today announced its five nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2014. The nominees are: Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel Clint Eastwood, American Sniper Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Richard Linklater, Boyhood Morten Tyldum, The Imitation Game "In a year full of excellent films, DGA members have nominated a stellar group of passionate filmmakers," said Director's Guild of America President Paris Barclay, in a statement.

Women Still Missing Behind the Camera – No Gains in 16 Years Women continue to be far outnumbered by their male counterparts in behind the scenes jobs in Hollywood, according to a new study. The 2014 “Celluloid Ceiling” study by San Diego State University’s Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film shows that women made up only 17% of directors, writers, executive producers, producers, editors, and cinematographers who worked on the Top 250 domestic grossing movies of the year. Also Read: Inside Golden Globes After-Parties: Jennifer Aniston, Jared Leto, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez and Gold Trophy ‘Plus Ones’ (Photos) The figure mar

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