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Jack Huston Is The Latest Rumoured Choice For Doctor Strange And Jeremy Renner thinks Hawkeye might show up in Captain America 3We’re in that fuzzy, transitional period where a film moves from the vapourware status to reality in the evolution of Marvel’s Doctor Strange. With Scott Derrickson confirmed to direct, the casting rumours for the title character have been flying thick and fast, landing on various known quantities such as Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hardy, Jared Leto and, during Comic-Con, Joaquin Phoenix, who was reportedly in early talks. The latest name to add to the list?

"The funny thing about the internet is you can have rumors go on about possible jobs, and possible things that you have no idea," Jon Hamm told Digital Spy when they asked about rumors that he was in contention to play Stephen Strange. "Maybe, I don't know. It's funny when the internet knows more about you than you do, but maybe they've been talking to someone at Marvel. I certainly wasn't approached about it, but I do like Dr. Strange.

‘Love is Strange’ Review: John Lithgow and Alfred Molina Play Homeless Husbands in a Classic New York Story If the struggle for gay marriage has taught us anything, it's that love is patient, love is kind, but same-sex love is a fount of bureaucratic nightmares. Add the barricade-like prices of the Manhattan rental market and the hopeless labyrinth of government housing assistance, and you've got the perfect recipe for an apoplectic fit. Rage is sublimated into despondency in “Love is Strange,” a practical-minded tale of love in limbo.

Many expected Marvel to make a big announcement involving DOCTOR STRANGE at this year's SDCC, but unfortunately it just didn't happen. In fact, besides casting rumors like this one, there hasn't been a lot of news about the project since it was announced Scott Derrickson will be directing the film from a script by Jon Spaihts. Devin Faraci from Badass Digest recently appeared on Meet... Read More...

Which 'Expendables 3' newcomer has the biggest balls? Ronda Rousey, apparently New recruits Kellan Lutz, Ronda Rousey, Victor Ortiz, Glenn Powell and Kelsey Grammer talk about the bruises, bravado and hard work behind "The Expendables 3."http://www.hitfix.com

Lionsgate announced today that their upcoming romantic drama The Age of Adaline will be released on January 23, 2015. The project will go up against Universal's The Boy Next Door and Focus Features' Black Sea next year.Blake Lively plays the title character in The Age of Adaline, who inexplicably stops aging one night after a terrifying accident. She keeps her ageless condition a secret as she goes on a number of adventures throughout the 20th Century. After spending years on her own, Adaline finds the love and courage to live a more fulfilling life.

‘The Giver’ Stars Brenton Thwaites, Oyeda Rush Talk Their 8 ‘Emotionally Draining’ Auditions (Video) “The Giver” filmmakers picked their leads very, very carefully. During a sit-down with TheWrap, the film's young stars Brenton Thwaites and Odeya Rush discussed how much more extensive their auditions for the Phillip Noyce adaptation of Lois Lowry‘s classic YA dystopian novel were compared to other films. “Usually an audition is 10 or 15 minutes, this one was an hour,” said Rush, who plays Fiona in “The Giver” opposite Thwaites’ Jonas. “This one was an hour. We did it so many times and at the end I was really just emotionally drained.

‘The Giver’ Director, Author on Why Brenton Thwaites’ Jonas Was Aged Up; YA Dystopian Trend (Video) Like many of her book's fans, “The Giver” author Lois Lowry was nervous at first about some of the changes director Phillip Noyce and the filmmakers behind the adaptation had made to her classic YA dystopian novel. Lowry and Noyce sat down with TheWrap to talk about their movie, how it fits into the current landscape of trendy YA dystopian novels and why the lead character Jonas, played by Brenton Thwaites, had been aged up from 12 in the books to 18 in the movie. See video: ‘The Giver’ Star Cameron Monaghan on ‘Shameless’ Season 5: Ian Will Move ‘

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