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Check Out The First Image Of Eddie Redmayne In His New Role As Transgender Artist Lili Elbe

February 27th, 2015 8:48pm EST
First Look: Eddie Redmayne In His New Role As Transgender Artist
It's been a pretty good week for Eddie Redmayne, who is still riding high after taking home the Oscar for Best Actor at last Sunday's Academy Awards. Redmayne took home the honors for his potrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, which was produced by studio Working Title.

Now, the studio is smartly capitalizing on Redmayne's recent success by releasing the first picture of him on set as transgender artist Lili Elbe in his next project, The Danish Girl.

Working Title tweeted that the film is currently in production and is directed by Tom Hooper, the man behind the camera fo...
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Why Is 'Fifty Shades' Director Sam Taylor-Johnson Quitting The Franchise?

February 17th, 2015 10:02am EST
Why Is 'Fifty Shades' Director Sam Taylor-Johnson Quitting The F
"Fifty Shades of Grey" made more than $80 million this weekend. $80 million. With numbers like that, you'd think the cast and crew would be set for life.

Well, director Sam Taylor-Johnson won't be. It's come out that the "Fifty Shades" helmer is ready to abandon the franchise and "pull out" of all future sequels.

The Sun (via Huffington Post UK) tells us why: apparently, Taylor-Johnson and "Fifty Shades" author E.L. James were at each other's throats throughout the film's entire production.

"Sam won't be back for the Fifty Shades sequels. She wants out and Universal knows that's the righ...
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What Are Sony And Marvel Doing With The 'Spider-Man' Franchise?

February 10th, 2015 7:38am EST
'Spider-Man' Franchise Joins The Marvel Cinematic Universe
Do you hear that? That light pop-pop-pop noise? That's the sound of every comic book and comic book movie fan's head exploding, in unison, from sheer joy.

No longer are the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Sony's "Spider-Man" franchise separate entities.

Marvel has announced that the two studios are coming together, and Spider-Man will feature in both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and a new series of Sony films.

Here's how it works: Andrew Garfield is out and Sony's "Amazing Spider-Man" franchise is dead in the water. Peter Parker will be recast and will debut in an upcoming (but still und...
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Is Felicity Jones Going To Play Princess Leia In 'Star Wars' Spinoff?

February 3rd, 2015 9:39pm EST
Felicity Jones To Play Princess Leia In First Stand-Alone 'Star
Actress Felicity Jones, who is currently nominated for an Academy Award for her performance in "The Theory Of Everything" is set to star in the first stand-alone "Star Wars" spinoff film, which is set to hit theaters a year after "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."

The actress is close to signing on, according to The Hollywood Reporter, and beat out "Orphan Black" star Tatiana Maslany and "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" star Rooney Mara for the part.

So far there's no confirmation of who she'll be playing, but considering that she'll be the film's lead, all signs point to Princess Leia.

Di...
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The Worst Upcoming Movies Of The Next Five Years

February 3rd, 2015 8:00pm EST
Adam Sandler
There's a lot of great movies headed our way in the next half-decade. "Star Wars" films. Marvel films. Probably a few Best Picture winners in there, too.

But not every single film Hollywood's earmarked for the next five years is a guaranteed win. In fact, we'd say that quite a few of those future releases are going to be pretty awful. Unmitigated disasters, box-office bombs, Razzie winners. Films that draw the ire of critics like worker bees to their queen.

Think we're exaggerating? Well, click ahead and see just what the future of cinema has to offer.

It's not good.

"Killing Hasselhof...
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One Killed On Set Of Latest Martin Scorsese Film

January 29th, 2015 12:10pm EST
Worker Killed On Set Of Latest Martin Scorsese Film 'Silence'
One worker died and two others were injured when an old structure under renovation for Martin Scorsese’s next film, “Silence" collapsed.

Workers in Taiwan were fortifying the 83-year-old structure at the Chinese Culture and Movie Center ahead of production for Scorsese’s historical drama.

Taiwan's Central News Agency said Chen Yu-lung was killed and two other men were injured when scaffolding around a building being torn down suddenly collapsed. All three were Taiwanese contractors hired by the film's producers.

Based on the book by Shusaku Endo, about Jesuit priests facing resistance in...
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Which Four Actresses Will Star in the 'Ghostbusters' Reboot?

January 28th, 2015 2:31pm EST
Which Four Actresses Will Star In The 'Ghostbusters' Reboot?
A third "Ghostbusters" film has been in the works for decades. And for decades, we've wondered... who will be the next souls to step into those unflattering beige jumpsuits and vanquish slimy evil?

Well, now we know. The four leads of Paul Feig's upcoming "Ghostbusters" reboot have been revealed. And the winners are:

Melissa McCarthy

Kristen Wiig

Leslie Jones

Kate McKinnon

And if you weren't aware of it until reading those four names- the Ghostbusters are an all-female team this time around.

Of the four, two have close connections to Feig- both McCarthy and Wiig both starred in Feig...
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Is Chris Pratt The Next 'Indiana Jones' For Disney?

January 28th, 2015 12:36pm EST
Can Chris Pratt Breathe New Life Into The 'Indiana Jones' Franch
Will Chris Pratt breathe new life into the upcoming Disney films remake of the successful "Indiana Jones" franchise?

Just last year, Pratt was known best for his work on "Parks & Recreation" fans. Today, he is an in-demand actor and one of the most bankable stars in Hollywood.

An "Indiana Jones" reboot is still in the early development stages with Disney. The studio, which acquired the rights to the "Indiana Jones" franchise from Paramount in 2013, plans to dust off the adventures of the archeologist, who was played by Harrison Ford in four movies between 1981 and 2008.

In an exclusive f...
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Emma Watson Is Going To Be A Disney Princess!

January 26th, 2015 9:11pm EST
Emma Watson
Emma Watson is set to star as Disney princess Belle in the upcoming live film adaptation of "Beauty and the Beast."

The actress was the frontrunner to land the part in a Warner Bros. version of the story back in 2011, which was set to be directed by Guillermo del Toro, but the project was put on hold last summer after he dropped out.

Disney learned that Watson was the top choice for the Warner Bros. adaptation and once it stalled they swooped in and landed her for its adaptation of the story.

Bill Condon ("Dreamgirls," "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Parts 1&2") is set to direct the fi...
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Disney Rejected 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Script Treatment From Lucas

January 22nd, 2015 4:31pm EST
George Lucas
Before Disney shelled out $4 billion to George Lucas to buy his movie empire, the director says he was planning on making "Star Wars: Episode VII" himself.

Lucas had even begun working on treatment for the script, throwing some ideas together as to how the saga would continue 30 years after the events of "Return of the Jedi."

The director even planned on filming the first film in a sequel trilogy before handing off episodes 8 & 9 to someone else, but then Disney came knocking with its offer, and Lucas took it.

According to Cinemablend.com, Lucas included his ideas for the script in the d...
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