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Blake Lively is immortal but sadly just in The Age of Adaline trailer You can check out he first THE AGE OF ADALINE trailer below and try to imagine what life would be like if the beautiful Blake Lively was immortal. It’s as if someone made the joke to her in say a restaurant or something about how she doesn’t age which was overheard by a studio suit who then put this whole thing together. Check it out and let me know what you think. Here is the synopsis: After... Read More...

Rosamund Pike Joining Charlie Hunnam in 'Mountains Between Us' With Gone Girl making a big splash at the box office and having some staying power over the past month and a half, it's time for Rosamund Pike to lock down her next project. Variety reports the star of Jack Reacher and The World's End is now in early talks to star in The Mountain Between Us, an adaptation of Charles Martin's book of the same name name set up at Fox 2000 & Chernin Entertainment.

As fans patiently wait for something, anything official about Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four, we start to focus on other things. Like the new origin of Doctor Doom. Or the fact Marvel Comics cancelled all Fantastic Four comics and has been generally touchy with the characters for the last few years. The prevailing thought was that Marvel Comics canceled the FF comics on purpose to spite the people who were making the film. That they didn’t want to help promote the film at all for 20th Century Fox, which will be releasing the new movie and handles the rights.

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Full Trailer For Marco Polo Netflix sets off on the adventureIf the initial promo whetted your appetite for Netflix’s new historical adventure based on the travels and travails of explorer Marco Polo, the company is keeping the show in our minds via a new, slightly longer trailer. The Venetian, who made it as far as China and turned his wanderings into his epic travelogue The Travels Of Marco Polo, is played here by newcomer Lorenzo Richelmy. The 10-part series will see his traveller discover that the intrigue and betrayals of Kublai Khan’s court are tougher than even he imagined they might be.

For those of you keen on your history shows, or just Netflix in general, the latest and greatest preview for Marco Polo is here to give you a sense of the scale they're shooting for with this series. The show looks to cover the explorer’s adventures in Kublai Khan’s court in 13th century China. Oh yes, it also features a naked woman sword fighting. Sign me up! Directors Joachim... Read More...

Robert De Niro can’t get enough David O. Russell. Or is it the other way around? Whatever the case, the two will reunite for another project destined for Oscar buzz.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention

Kevin James is Back in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 Of course you would make a sequel to a comedy that ended up earning $183.3 million at the box office, despite looking like something more suited for television then a theatrical release. Kevin James is taking his skills to a new level in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. If the sequel is anything like the […] Read Kevin James is Back in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 on Filmonic.

Early Buzz: Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ Draws Varying Levels of Admiration I’m sure I’m not the only one who kind of forgot there’s a new Tim Burton movie coming out this year. That movie is called Big Eyes, and it tells the true story of Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz), who becomes famous as a painter, for his images of people with big eyes. The truth of his life, however, is that his wife Margaret, played by Amy Adams, is the actual talent. He’s been stealing her credit. With Burton, Waltz, Adams and a Christmas Day release date, Big Eyes sounds like a sure fire Oscar-contender.

‘Big Eyes’ Review: Tim Burton’s Most Personal Film In Years The Weinstein Company Twenty years after Tim Burton‘s greatest achievement, Ed Wood, he’s teamed up once again with screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszwewski to tell Margaret Keane’s story. Keane’s art was hugely popular in the 1950s and 1960s. Her bold, beautiful and beloved paintings of sad big-eyed children were even sold at hardware stores and gas stations. The problem was, she didn’t receive any credit for them. Her failed artist of a husband, Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz), took credit for her work.

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