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More than just celebrity gossip

Robert Downey Jr. Is A Music Man

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Robert Downey Jr. wants to be a song and dance man.

Here’s another one to add to Robert Downey Jr.‘s ever growing list of upcoming films: Deadline reports that RDJ is going to be starring in an untitled musical comedy from Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt, the Pulitzer-prize winning duo behind the rock opera “Next To Normal.”

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Justin Timberlake Injury Shuts Down Movie

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A leg injury to Timberlake puts NOW in jeopardy.

After Justin Timberlake suffered a leg injury shooting his new film, Now, the studio has temporarily shut down production to give JT time to get back on his feet. He sustained a muscle injury to his calf on the set of Andrew Niccol’s thriller Now. Production has taken a brief hiatus and will resume shortly.

Tom Hanks’ New Role

Tom Hanks to star in controversial new film.

Tom Hanks is to star in a new film by Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow which has sparked fury in Latin America, the movie’s producer was quoted as saying Wednesday. Argentina and Paraguay are refusing to cooperate in the production of the movie “Triple Frontier,” which focuses on a border region between the two countries and Brazil thought to be a center for terror financing.

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Can The Spirit Awards Lead To An Oscar?

The 2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards nominees have been announced. What does it mean for the Oscar race?

They have been called the Indi-Oscars. Right now in the movie business, it doesn’t matter how big a budget you have. A good cast, plot, direction, etc., could bring home Oscar gold. Check out the nominees for the 2011 Spirits.

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Denzel Washington teams up with Chris Pine to catch a runaway train.

How do you stop a speeding runaway train? Call on Denzel Washington and Chris Pine to do the job. The two show great chemistry in this action-thrill ride. Once they get over their generation gap, these railroad men focus only on stopping the unstoppable.

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Russell Crowe will do whatever it takes to break his wife out of prison in The Next Three Days.

The Next Three Days is a well executed suspense thriller that is one of the best movies I have seen this year. Along with being well made it’s also the most nerve-wracking movie of the year. It’s a movie that will have you biting your finger nails and keep you on the edge of your seat.

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Movie Review: FAIR GAME

A controversial true story comes to the big screen.

Going to see Fair Game is like a trip down memory lane. The good ol’ Bush-Cheney days when you could ruin a person’s life/career just because they disagreed with your policy. Fair Game gets your blood pumping all over again at the unpatriotic abuse of power that took place during the 8 years of George W. Bush.

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Daniel Day-Lewis Is Abraham Lincoln

Daniel Day-Lewis is set to play “Honest” Abe.

DreamWorks Studios just announced that Daniel Day-Lewis will take on the role of President Abraham Lincoln in the long-in-development biopic to be directed by Steven Spielberg.

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Clooney And Pitt Together Again?

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George Clooney and Brad Pitt looking to star in The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

He transformed a long-forgotten Rat Pack movie into the first of a blockbuster franchise with his remake of Ocean’s Eleven. Now, Steven Soderbergh looks set to turn his attentions to The Man From UNCLE, the 1960s TV serial that followed the adventures of international spies Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin, played by Robert Vaughn and David McCallum.

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Why Blue Valentine Got An NC-17 Rating

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Blue Valentine has become one of the few mainstream films to receive an NC-17 rating.

The film centers on a married couple, Dean (Ryan Gosling) and Cindy (Michelle Williams), and their relationship over a number of years by shifting between different time periods. Problems with the marriage center around Cindy’s ambition, and Dean’s contentment to center his life around his wife and child.

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Oscar Host Contenders

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Jackman turns down the Oscars again.

As Oscar season heats up, the question becomes “Who will host?Hugh Jackman will not be hosting. He has turned down the opportunity to host the Oscars on February 27, in favor of filming his Wolverine sequel in Japan.

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Looking For Leo’s Lover

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Leonardo DiCaprio Hoover

Casting is underway to find Leonardo DiCaprio‘s on-screen lover for Hoover.

Leonardo DiCaprio has announced that filming for Clint Eastwood’s Hoover biopic will begin in February 2011. The film will focus on controversial figure J. Edgar Hoover, who founded the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the 1930s and remained its director until his death nearly forty years later.

 He came to prominence during the great crime wave of 1933 – 1934 when widespread career criminals caught the public’s imagination and the government off guard.

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Wrath Of The Titans Casting Rumors

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James Franco and Javier Bardem in the running to join the cast for Clash Of The Titans sequel.

The producers for the upcoming Clash Of The Titans sequel is reportedly looking to land a pair of stars to join the gods of Olympus. James Franco and OSCAR winner Javier Bardem are in talks to co-star in the sequel, titled Wrath Of The Titans.

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Carey Mulligan Is Daisy Buchanan

Carey Mulligan to play Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann‘s adaption of The Great Gatsby.

Baz Luhrmann confirms that Carey Mulligan will be playing the shallow and manipulative Daisy Buchanan in his big screen adaptation of “The Great Gatsby”. She will star opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in the role of Jay Gatsby and Tobey Maguire as Nick Carraway, the narrator of the tale.

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Movie Review: STONE

Robert De Niro and Edward Norton team up for the first time since 2001’s The Score, and prove nothing is ever set in stone.

I went to see Stone for only two reasons. 1) Robert De Niro 2) Edward Norton. There are only a few great actors who can make me go see a film without caring about the plot. De Niro and Norton are those types of actors. The kind of actors you would pay to see read the phone book.

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